Month: May 2008

The Trash Vortex

In the middle of the Pacific Ocean (the one to the left) there is a man made island twice the size of Texas and growing by the minute. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is in a part of the Pacific Ocean “that no one ever visits and only a few ever pass through. Sailors avoid it like the plague for it lacks the wind they need to sail Fishermen leave it alone because its lack of nutrients makes it an oceanic desert.” Capt. Charles Moore. Cptn. Moore, director of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation explains the phenomenon like this; “A huge mountain of air, which has been heated at the equator, and then begins descending in a gentle clockwise rotation as it approaches the North Pole, creates this ocean realm. The circular winds produce circular ocean currents that spiral into a center where there is a slight down-welling Scientists know this atmospheric phenomenon as the subtropical high, and the ocean current it creates as the north Pacific central or sub-tropical gyre. Because of the stability of this gentle maelstrom, the largest uniform climatic feature on Earth is also an accumulator of the debris of civilization. Anything that floats, no matter where it comes from on the north Pacific Rim or ocean, ends up here, sometimes after drifting around the periphery for 12 years or more.” Basically, in a nutshell...

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Playing Softball

Growing up in the town I grew up in we didn’t play baseball. We played fastball. Whip-pitch, windmill ,big ball, softball whatever your name for it it wasn’t baseball, but it’s all we had so I played it. I was a pitcher and played first base in my teenage pinnacle years. As a pitcher I was mediocre, I was tall which was good for playing first base because I could stretch far but I was never able to use my height to generate enough pitch speed to be intimidating in that regard off of the mound. I was however very erratic with my control and would occasionally throw a pitch and have it wind up somewhere over the backstop. If anything the batter’s were kept on their toes against me. When I was in grade seven or eight my team was playing out of town and my dad, who was out of the picture f Anyhow on this day our regular pitcher who was ten times better of a pitcher than me was away somewhere and I was on the hill the whole game. In the fourth or fifth inning with two outs and a man on first and third I took a line drive off of an aluminium baseball bat in the groin. Before we go any further I have two questions; A. Do you know how much...

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New Releases May 27, 2008

New release listings for Blu-ray and Playstation 3. Blu-ray Dragon Ball Z – Dead Zone/World’s Strongest (FUNimation) Dragon Tiger Gate (Tai Seng) Rambo (Lionsgate) Rambo (Box Set) (Lionsgate) Rambo III (Lionsgate) Rambo: First Blood Part II (Lionsgate) Strauss: Die Fledermaus (Opus Arte) Playstation 3 Enemy Territory: Quake...

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Getting Immunized

When I was younger my best friend in the world was my next door neighbour. Her name was Jasmine and she was the daughter of our family doctor. Before starting kindergarten we were supposed to get immunization needles. I’m still not sure what those are for because I still came down with chicken pox and the mumps in grade school but those are other stories for other times. Jasmine’s father was the one who was going to be giving us the shots and we were notified of this event perhaps a week ahead of time, lots of time to ready ones self mentally and I needed 95% of that time because I was terrified of needles for one reason or another. I believe I was scared of needles because I had a dentist who ALWAYS found cavities when me and my sisters went for our bi-yearly visit’s. With cavities comes needles, sometimes as many as 3 or 4 (needles) because she had ’missed’ the correct spot to inject it. Have you ever had a needle in the bridge of your mouth? I have. When I was 16 my dentist died and I haven’t had a cavity since, imagine that. As such, I never quiet enjoyed those tiny pricks and I was 100% terrified of something called an ‘immunization needle’. Luckily my best friend was the daughter of a doctor...

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Sexy Sunday 29

Salma Hayek Salma Hayek was born in Coatzacoalcos Mexico in 1966. At the age of 12 her parents sent her to a Louisiana boarding school however she was sent home for being disobedient. When she finished high school she moved to houston and stayed with her aunt until she was 17. She was majoring in International Relationship studies but dropped out and decided to pursue a career in acting. She started out by doing local theater which led her to commericials. In 1991 Salma moved to L.A where she spent the next 18 months taking English lessons and working with on her acting skills with a drama teacher. Her big break came when she was cast for a role in the movie Despardo. She has since had roles in From Dusk Til Dawn, Fools Rush In, Hunchback and many others. In 2009 she married billionaire and father of her child Francois-Henri...

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