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January 4, 2008 in Photography, Places, Travel, Uncategorized | 3 comments
That was the sunrise on New Year’s Day here in Santa Barbara. Here’s the sunset from the same day:
Both were harbingers of sorts. As I write this we’re having the worst rain of the new year. Huge storm happening.
Clinton Karr on January 4, 2008 at 6:58 pm
Hey Doc, happy New Year!
Check out this sunset, it’s stunning!
steve minutillo on January 4, 2008 at 7:05 pm
Red in the morning, sailors take warning.
Red at night, sailors delight.
Both? EVERYBODY PANIC!!!!
HeavyLight on January 4, 2008 at 9:22 pm
They’re gorgeous. I’m stunned.
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@profcarroll Why trust the purveyors of what you don't want to help you not want it, when they obviously have no interest in doing so?
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@Bitly: Dislike the new UI. Way too gimmicky and fancy. Also, what happened to j.mp? Gone or just hidden as an option?
@Ednever @realjohngatto If the kid wants to be an engineer and to learn what it takes. And castes are what IQ testing creates. Been there.
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@johnny_oman I'm sure that's what it said. I'm also sure all those scores are mistakes, since we are not numbers. :-)
@Ednever @realjohngatto Different point. When it's used a priori to sort kids into castes, it's wrong.
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