Given that the “stair” appear to be on fire, I’ll be using the elevator. Thanks anyway.
Here’s my latest ScienceCheerleader report… Looking for a fun way to translate your love of pignut hickory (Carya glabra) into scientific data that can help the planet? Look no further than the National Phenology Network (NPN), an organization that calls on citizen scientists to monitor the influence of climate change on plants and animals in […]
I cancelled my Twitter account today. It was a cost-benefit decision. What do you think?
After a satisfying 4-2 regular season, Change You Can Bocce was dominated by its milk chocolate-colored opponent, BB Chocolate, 16-8 in the first round of the playoffs. It was bad, folks. Real bad. NBA Finals Game 1, Lakers vs. Magic bad. And, we were the Magic, except nobody on our team was rocking the Stan […]
As copied and pasted from its home on ScienceCheerleader.com… If you’re anything like me, you take pride in knowing everything. That’s why I spend my free time reading and contributing to the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL), an online, collaborative project documenting biodiversity knowledge about all life present on Earth. EOL is a global initiative seeking […]
Flo! Progressive really hit a home run with their recent commercial series starring “Flo”, played by strangely endearing actress, Stephanie Courtney. The above clip is by far my favorite, if only because that random high-pitched squeal she lets out reminds me of Jim Carrey’s random squeal in Dumb and Dumber (below, ~1:10). Flo could potentially […]
The spring season’s unpredictable bocce schedule has made it difficult to keep up with our weekly Change You Can Bocce recaps. I realize this has been a major inconvenience for the entire DC Bocce League, since each and every member experiences their share of awesomeness vicariously through our adventures. In any case, the playoffs start […]