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September 29, 2016

Wow, scads of Snaggy tidbits! And what a nice one from Shooshie!

Shooshie says Ya gotta admit, ... ... and Snaggy loves Nero's rotating dining room, gets a Spiralizer, notes the Total Solar Eclipse next year, spys a Circumhorizontal arc, sees They Saw Evolution Happening, and sends out a call for SuperFan mailing addresses.

Posted by Snaggy at 11:22 AM

September 27, 2016

SpaceX's plans for Mars!

Wow, now that's the future I was promised!

Posted by Snaggy at 02:41 PM

September 26, 2016

Daddy's Car: a song composed by Artificial Intelligence

Hmmm, you can hear the programming...
-add songname to verse
-add BeachBoys harmony
-process using Beatles

Think I still prefer meat to write music. :-D

Posted by Snaggy at 10:23 AM

September 21, 2016

You gotta love Sassy Trump

Posted by Snaggy at 08:01 PM

September 11, 2016

New! Nitrozac mini Paintings!

Nitrozac is now creating adorable little mini-paintings, of your pet, or scene, or of your favorite person! Hand painted on a 2"x 2" canvas, and includes the tiny wood easel to display it on! Makes a great addition to your office or home, and the most perfect gift ever! (If you'd like a larger version, contact us for a quote, thanks!)

Mini painting by Nitrozac!
Please include the URL of the photo, or else attach it to an email and send here.

Posted by Snaggy at 02:51 PM

September 06, 2016

What if Rey was Luke's daughter?

A hilarious take on this possible meeting by Jenny Nicholson!

via Laughing Squid!

Posted by Snaggy at 09:28 AM

September 05, 2016

Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017

OK, you may have heard about it already, if not, ... you will!

A total solar eclipse will be tracking across the USA on August 21, 2017. If there is anyway possible you can see it, do. Total solar eclipses are the most mind-blowing celestial event you will ever witness, but of course, you must be in the umbra (the full shadow of the Moon)

Here's some good links about the eclipse..
The Great American Eclipse
WikiPedia Page

on Twitter, follow Tyler Nordgren @NightSkyPark

and my favorite link of all... Xavier M. Jubier's amazing Google Map of the eclipse track! A great way to plan your viewing site!

Be in the umbra!

Posted by Snaggy at 09:00 AM