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The Hidden Leaf Village
Jack is a scientist, teacher, naturalist, and big-time anime fan.
Interests: reading, writing, anime, birds, pets, nature, wildlife, photography, science, health, teaching, family, etc.
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So, I decided I might be evil. Yesterday I went online and found some article I felt strongly about, and posted a nasty comment about it. When I got attacked by an upset reader, I fought back with more nastiness and was mad the rest of the day. I can't... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2012 at License to Parent
Okay normally I try not to judge people by their names. But when I read that the idiot who raised this poor Sydney chick to think she can whore herself out in a high school yearbook was named Miki, I was like... Great. Here we go. This is just a... Continue reading
Posted Jan 8, 2012 at License to Parent
Ask what I can do to help. Come over and make dinner? Take them to the hospital? Share a movie and make some tea? Or perhaps just listen to them whine and complain ;) Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2012 at License to Parent
So, I just "liked" the Stop Teen Suicide group on Facebook, because I was sick of being inundated with everyone else's concerns and wanted to hear a little about mine. Now I get inundated by inspirational quotes from Stop Teen Suicide, which apparently are supposed to help stop teen suicide.... Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2012 at License to Parent
From what I understand, most Japanese folks don't use creamer or milk in their tea. But that's not the kind of "half 'n' half" I'm talking about. I rewatched that 2009 Star Trek movie recently. I still think it's a near-perfect movie considering its delicate balance between action and character... Continue reading
Posted Nov 26, 2011 at Beyond Pokemon
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Reblogged Nov 10, 2011 at Noah's Ark
Twinkie diet helps nutrition professor lose 27 pounds By Madison Park, CNN November 8, 2010 8:40 a.m. EST via Just goes to show you how much we DON'T know about our bodies! ROTFLOL Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 10, 2011 at An Apple a Day
About the Hirola So... I've heard of jaguarundis, okapis, and kinkajous. But I've never heard of a hirola before. And now there's only 400 left! But this thing looks just like a regular antelope. Who really cares? And what is this thing about "entire mammal genus"? A genus is a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2011 at Noah's Ark
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Nov 10, 2011