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So I was walking in my College cafeteria, when I saw a stand of green. Walking over to it I found out it was the St. Baldrick's Foundation stand, a charitable foundation dedicated to researching and finding a cure for Pediatric Cancer (childhood cancer). After talking to some of the people, I decided to shave my head in order to raise some moneys for them!
It was a snap decision on my part, but hey, if I can help people by getting a massive haircut so be it! You can check out
I found a link on Adult Swim.com today, showing an artist's interpretation of what certain Pokémon would look like in real life, scary stuff lol http://www.dorkly.com/article/3241/20-pokemon-re-imagined-by-artist
Updated 5th March 2012 at 07:01 PM by JLomb
I'm sure everyone's aware of this by now, but I'm still recoiling from the news!
First of all, Pokémon sequel?!?!?!?
I know that GSC were sequels in a way of RBY, but a direct one? It must be, otherwise it wouldn't have 2 in it's title. Which means I need to get cracking on the first one!
Also, I haven't watched a Pokémon movie in a long time (Pokémon 2000), but I am excited
So apparantly I am now to proud owner of a Bonsai plant by a wierd twist of fate. My mother's friend just graduated and decided to give a Bonsai plant to her teacher, but didn't like the potting or something, so she gave it to my mom, who then passed it off to me.
Also Bonsai plants apparantly are more matenance than ordinary houseplants, so I gotta go to the garden center and pick up a slew of bonsai tending materials lol. All I have to do is figure out just what kind of bonsai it
Was hoping I could get some tech/software advice here (because Yahoo answers is being a jerk...) Which program would allow me to create a Spider Organizer?
I don't mean the hexagonal/octagonal graph that you can make with data in Microsoft Excel like this: http://oldschoolvalue.s3.amazonaws.com/images/BDX-spider-graph.gif
What I'm looking for is somewhat of an organizer that links one subject in a bubble to another like this: http://www.the-organic-mind.com/images/spider-diagram.jpg
Updated 22nd January 2012 at 12:46 PM by JLomb