While exploring the official website of James Madison’s Montpelier, I came across this peculiar use of quotation marks around the word “Map”. I can’t be sure, but I’m sure James Madison would have been a big fan of the unnecessary quotation mark had it been not been invented 10 years after his “death”.
Michael offers the first international contribution to the growing MimeFest catalog by miming this sign in Vietnam. We may never know if the sign depicts a pedestrian or the piano scene from Big.
It’s always a great feeling to know you can help out a friend in need over the holidays. Like when Jen asked me to Photoshop a Santa hat onto Ron Jeremy’s head for her holiday greeting card.
This Science Cheerleader home-made holiday cheer really conveys just how much attention I command on-screen when wearing a Santa costume.
I love how Cosmic Bowling is the same as normal bowling, except you can’t see, hear, or talk to your friends, and it costs more.
I recently watched Troll 2.
The current issue of Science (published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science) includes a nice piece on Science Cheerleader right below a diaper-laden baby and the words “Poop Scoop”. Click on the giant image above this sentence or download this .pdf file for evidence.
This Thanksgiving, I gave thanks for my first spare in candlepin bowling.
If you were trapped under a piece of timber during recent months or don’t like science, cheerleaders, nice people, civic activities, fun stuff, watching things, or the Internets, you may not have heard about the Science Cheerleader performance at this year’s USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C.
In case you missed it, Darlene and former Titans cheerleader, Jennifer Hill, joined NPR’s Tell me More on November 26th to talk about Science Cheerleader. They didn’t mention how cool I am, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t implied.