Monthly Archives: April 2006

Episode 14 from Hubbard, Wisconsin- “Marcus the Master”

The spring semester at Hubbard State University is almost complete, with final exams being administered this week. Marcus Harnack isn’t even required to take the final Chemistry exam due to the fact that he already has enough points to get … Continue reading

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The Nano-Epiphany

Sometimes I like to think of my life as straight line traveling through three-dimensional space.  In our universe there are over six billion other lines running rapidly through space, each representing the life of specific human being.  When two lines … Continue reading

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Sports Over his many years as a star NFL quarterback, Brett Favre has earned respect and admiration from Packer fans and the front office.  He is admired…no…REVERED in Packer Dom.  However, the Packers have given him plenty of time to … Continue reading

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Fenway and Wrigley

“People ask me what I do in the winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” — Rogers Hornsby  (Born 1896, Winters, Texas. Died 1963, Chicago, Il. Elected … Continue reading

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