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Origami Notes: Taking The Journey

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origami crumpledOne of my recent pastimes is the ancient Japanese art of paper folding known as origami.  Origami is based on mathematical principles.  Like math, origami can be very simple, or it can be extremely rich and complex.Continue reading Origami Notes: Taking The Journey

Adventures With Metro: Never A Dull Moment

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converse-jack-purcell-75-anniversary-low-5A couple of days ago, we had an unseasonably late-spring treat:  The sun was shining, the temperature was around 70F with a light breeze, and the humidity was low.  I figured this was probably going to be one of the last nice days so late in the spring before the long, dog days of summer arrived, so I decided to enjoy it by walking and taking the bus to run my errands.Continue reading Adventures With Metro: Never A Dull Moment

Grammar Rant: “That” Vs. “Who/Whom”

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Machovka_Axe.pngI wish I had a dollar every time I’ve heard the relative pronoun “that” used to refer to a person. I tell you, it’s just about enough to make me want to slap my own forehead repeatedly. Then again, being subjected to such atrocious grammar is painful enough.Continue reading Grammar Rant: “That” Vs. “Who/Whom”

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