Friday, June 08, 2007

Weekly Random Flickr Blogging, #7154

Just because I'm doing daily installments doesn't mean I can't do weekly installments, too.

They rarely appear as far south as Alabama, but when they do, they are referred to as "The Lights of Northern Aggression."
Is there such a thing as .5 degrees of Kevin Bacon, or do they have to be whole numbers?
"You'll be surprised at how versatile and satisfying a butterfly-based cuisine can be!"
--Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Doppler Dan sought his fortune in Hollywood, but he quickly fell victim to typecasting: his IMDB oeuvre consists entirely of drug trips, hallucinatory flashbacks, and delirium tremens sequences. On the other hand, he did get to work with Mickey Rourke a lot.
He also found time to produce a son, who had his own modest career appearing in MADD PSAs.
Random Flickr Blogging explained here; photos originally uploaded by kay661212, MGoBlue, thestreetnetwork, pterjan, and edditainment.

Bonus: Once nice thing about randomly Flickring is that, as you do, you often run across some great photos. Here's a couple of bird shots from this week's Flickrings that I really, really liked.

Originally uploaded by kilinwu1.
Originally uploaded by MathGeek.com.

Shuttle launch tonight! Hopefully. I've got an elderly aunt in town from up north until tomorrow morning; I'm not sure, but I think this is her first chance to see one of these things other than on TV, so let's hope the weather and technology cooperate.

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"Taste of Chaos," brought to you by The Ilya Prigogine Center for Studies in Statistical Mechanics and Complex Systems. Try the veal! Or the Three-Body Scattering!

(Nice hummingbirds!)
 
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