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Pottermania, Pottermore

Are you like me -- an avid Harry Potter fan? If so, you will be excited to learn that JK Rowling will launch a free online Harry Potter experience: Pottermore. This site will launch in October 2011, although the public is invited to register their email address for potential early access on 31 July, which will be granted to one million lucky muggles.

(Yes, I registered.)

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So ... What Happened to my "Big News"?

Aug 24 2010 Published by under Your Inner Child

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I am sure that the two or three people out there who still read my blog are now scratching their collective heads, wondering what my "big news" is all about. After all, it is the 24th of August, which is the date when I was going to announce my "big news" -- a date that had been pushed back from 16 August, when I also was going to announce my "big news."

Actually, I am wondering the same thing, and I know what happened!
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Apparently, God Lives Somewhere in London

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God-mocking Sunday and silly Saturday collide in this strange video that is sure to give you a smile before you sit down to watch sports on the TV, or go to the pub to watch sports on the TV, or go to the gym to watch sports on the TV ...
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Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, the Diversity Edition

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This girl is hilarious. She sweetly imitates numerous people in her life as they perform the nursery school song, "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." She has a future in comedy, for sure.
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Mercury Fountain

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Speaking of Spain, here's something I never in my life thought I'd see: a fountain that sends pure mercury streaming down a chute into a pool of .. more pure mercury. You know the mercury that I am talking about, right? The amazingly heavy metal that's liquid at room temperature? The silvery-colored stuff that's in old thermometers? The liquid that, when you break a thermometer, falls on the floor to make dozens of shiny silvery beads and releases poisonous vapors that results in the entire lab being evacuated while it is cleaned up? Yeah, that stuff.
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The Internet

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The video trailer of this theatre performance, The Internet, looks very interesting, but as usual with anything interesting, I have to be in NYC to see it. If you are in NYC, please do go see it and report back to me what you thought of it, okay?
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How To Make a Scientist Shut Up

Aug 16 2010 Published by under Humor, Satire, Streaming videos, Your Inner Child

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The organizers of the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony solved an ancient problem: How to keep speeches from droning on and on... The solution, called "Miss Sweetie Poo", is an 8-year-old girl who tells long-winded speakers to "Please stop. I'm bored. Please stop. I'm bored..." Here are Miss Sweetie Poo highlights from several Ig ceremonies.
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Science Is Wrong ... Only God Knows The Truth

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We Christians know that science is wrong about a lot of things. But if you just use your own eyes, and your faith, you can make your own scientific discoveries. And you don't have to be a God-hating know-it-all to do it.
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I've Been a Little Distracted Recently

Aug 14 2010 Published by under Your Inner Child

I've been preparing for Monday, which was supposed to be the day when I share my big news with all of you, but alas, the "big news day" has been pushed back to 24 August, instead. So the best I can do is tell you that I've been distracted by something that isn't going to happen when I thought it was going to happen ...
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HEY!

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What would Silly Saturday be without a few dinosaurs to help us get into the mood?
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