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Can't hurt to give a local boy (and kindred spirit) a bit of a boost, right?

I don't know if Todd took over the anchor desk just for those two weekends, or if he's being prepped for a stable slot- obviously we're hoping for the latter.

The freakout came upon leaving the exam room to hear the news that John Kennedy had been shot and killed even while we were writing the test on a poem about the transience of man.

By the way, this is my mnemonic for remembering what year I was in what grade: I was in 9th grade on Nov 22, 1963. It comes to mind now, because a conversation this morning reminded me of a Time magazine cover that freaked me out around June 6 of 1968: The issue on sale May 28-June 4 1968, had a cover featuring a comic book-ish caricature of Robert Kennedy, with a flash behind his head.

It was only a few years ago that Cliff Biggers, a retired English teacher (and current comic store and CSN proprietor) from Georgia cleared up the mystery of what the poem actually was: The tide rises, the tide falls, The twilight darkens, the curlew calls; Along the sea-sands damp and brown The traveler hastens toward the town, And the tide rises, the tide falls.

Darkness settles on roofs and walls, But the sea, the sea in darkness calls; The little waves, with their soft, white hands Efface the footprints in the sands, And the tide rises, the tide falls.

He gave us a plug, and it's only fair that we reciprocate, right?

Nonetheless, giving the devil his due, he is a very talented writer and artist.But that's okay, because we retailers are protected, right? Anyways, a couple of Fridays ago I had an idea for a stunt that felt like it might be a bit of fun: Spend five bucks, say the magic word, and you get a little something appropriate to the day. Well, it was "Talk Like a Pirate Day", so "yarr, lubber, even "aye" would do. Plenty of other surly folk, but no Rogers, so we couldn't give out any pirate flags. Easy: A one dollar coin is a loon (or loonie), right? multiply by the square root of 3659, add x n a times the hypotenuse of triangle "J" = ... Well, it's safe to come back now, things have pretty much returned to normal. "Normal" has never played much part in describing this joint. Someone in tune with the place- someone named "Abraham, Norman, or Addington: They'd naturally be Abnormal Abe, Nearly Normal Norman, and Addled Addie. This past weekend (June 8-9) and the weekend before, CTV had a new guy as the weekend anchor on the PM national news.Didn't even have a galleon suitable for cruising the Spanish Main, although at one time we did have an actual Spaniard. Stupefied Stewie or Bain-Fried Phil probably wouldn't cut it. His name is Todd Vanderheyden, and we were very happy to see him take over the "Sandie Rinaldo spot". Two reasons: He did a very nice job on it without much in the way of facial/body language editorializing.I suppose it might be a sort of a blog, but it's probably going to be more of collection of essays than a thing with links and pictures and daily thoughts, so you can call it what you will, I'll call it Motormouth.I’m wondering if something as simple as wrapping a gun in tinfoil can block RFIDs like a “Faraday cage”.

Nonetheless, giving the devil his due, he is a very talented writer and artist.But that's okay, because we retailers are protected, right? Anyways, a couple of Fridays ago I had an idea for a stunt that felt like it might be a bit of fun: Spend five bucks, say the magic word, and you get a little something appropriate to the day. Well, it was "Talk Like a Pirate Day", so "yarr, lubber, even "aye" would do. Plenty of other surly folk, but no Rogers, so we couldn't give out any pirate flags. Easy: A one dollar coin is a loon (or loonie), right? multiply by the square root of 3659, add x n a times the hypotenuse of triangle "J" = ... Well, it's safe to come back now, things have pretty much returned to normal. "Normal" has never played much part in describing this joint. Someone in tune with the place- someone named "Abraham, Norman, or Addington: They'd naturally be Abnormal Abe, Nearly Normal Norman, and Addled Addie. This past weekend (June 8-9) and the weekend before, CTV had a new guy as the weekend anchor on the PM national news.Didn't even have a galleon suitable for cruising the Spanish Main, although at one time we did have an actual Spaniard. Stupefied Stewie or Bain-Fried Phil probably wouldn't cut it. His name is Todd Vanderheyden, and we were very happy to see him take over the "Sandie Rinaldo spot". Two reasons: He did a very nice job on it without much in the way of facial/body language editorializing.I suppose it might be a sort of a blog, but it's probably going to be more of collection of essays than a thing with links and pictures and daily thoughts, so you can call it what you will, I'll call it Motormouth.I’m wondering if something as simple as wrapping a gun in tinfoil can block RFIDs like a “Faraday cage”. Considering that I've written the pieces anyways, and they tend to be inappropriate for Astronotes, and this IS my website, I figure I'll post them here, just in case anyone might be interested.