Archive for September 2011
A nice walk in the woods, and a favorite spot to take a picture.
Quote from Star Wars Screenplay:
“DODONNA: The approach will not be easy. You are required to maneuver
straight down this trench and skim the surface to this point. The
target area is only two meters wide. It’s a small thermal exhaust
port, right below the main port. The shaft leads directly to the
reactor system. A precise hit will start a chain reaction which should
destroy the station.
A murmer of disbelief runs through the room.
DODONNA: Only a precise hit will set up a chain reaction. The shaft is
ray-shielded, so you’ll have to use proton torpedoes.
Luke is sitting next to Wedge Antilles, a hotshot pilot
about sixteen years old.
WEDGE: That’s impossible, even for a computer.
LUKE: It’s not impossible. I used to bull’s-eye womp rats in my
T-sixteen back home. They’re not much bigger than two meters.”
You run your finger along the ventral vaginal wall along the pelvic shelf, feeling for a small blip (this is the 2 meter target from the Death Star). You advance the catheter beneath your finger pressing down with your finger gently so that the catheter goes down into the urethral orifice, just like the proton torpedoes go down into the target in the trench to start the chain reaction that destroyed the Death Star. So passing a female urinary catheter is a lot like bull’s-eye-ing womp rats on Tatooine.
Found this fly mooching off the kids’ sippy cup!
I am here: 40 44.601 N 73 50.889 W
Time flies when you’re having fun. With all our camping recently, summer flew by so quickly and first grade is here already. Noah, freshly shorn and in his bright yellow raincoat and Kineret kippah, got on the bus at 7:30am.
At ward pound ridge reservation tent site 21
I am here: 41 15.209 N 73 34.996 W
I am here: 40 54.604 N 73 53.552 W
This is my first attempt at a scraped-together gps tracking system. I capture my gps location using the "gps status" android app. I share it using "email me pro" which has a template set up to send an email with my location to wordpress via blog-by-email. The coolest part is that I compose everything off line and just need a glimpse of reception to send. Here goes nothing …
I am here: 40 53.507 N 73 54.544 W