God Save The Mouse

May 31, 2010 by  
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Summertime in my middle class childhood always meant shutting the oven down for three months and cooking mostly outside on the grill. My dad can barely boil water without screwing it up, and is awkward at best in the kitchen (which is why my mom has a…

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Ford to End Mercury

May 27, 2010 by  
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via online.wsj.com The pace of change has quickened during the recession. This will reduce the friction caused by marketing support (ad money and dealer marketing) required for weak and dying brands. This consolidation may lead to more models per…

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Kevin Cotter Wins Latest Poll!

May 25, 2010 by  
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POLLING SHOWS RACE FOR 99TH DISTRICT WIDE OPEN
Political outsider Kevin Cotter shows strength over Alwood,
(Mt. Pleasant, MI) ‐ Weekend polling by Kevin Cotter’s campaign for State Representative shows that a majority of Republican Primary voters remain undecided. Of voters that have made up their mind, Cotter holds nearly a six point edge …

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And The Tator Tot Goes To……

May 24, 2010 by  
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Now that the Mexican Restaurant Tour has officially ended, Stephanie and I have spent the last few weeks reminiscing about all the places we visited and all the great experiences we had over the past eight months. We’ve even gone back to a few of ou…

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And The Tator Tot Goes To……

May 24, 2010 by  
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Now that the Mexican Restaurant Tour has officially ended, Stephanie and I have spent the last few weeks reminiscing about all the places we visited and all the great experiences we had over the past eight months. We’ve even gone back to a few of ou…

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Scholastic irony

May 20, 2010 by  
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Sometimes the placement of art is as important as the art itself. Mike Schulz noticed this student drawing exiting Grand Rapids Christian High School.  We had just finished pitching the Teen Entrepreneur Summer Academy to a business class, which I only tell you so you know we weren’t visiting GRC high school to reminisce.  Although [...]

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Map of the Imagination Age Network in Loveland

May 20, 2010 by  
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Loveland continues to grow, inch by inch, and the Imagination Age Network in Loveland has now been mapped!The Eight Zones are named for the aspects of the Eightfold Path. Each member of the network receives an address within one of the zones. In the m…

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I Do New York. part 1: The Arrival.

May 15, 2010 by  
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I’ve never been to New York. People say “You’ve never been to New York?!”, and I say “I’ve been to New York state, but I’ve never been to New York city,”. To which they respond: “You’ve never …

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The Nosebriidge Neighborhood, SF Events This Week

May 15, 2010 by  
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Mary, Larry, Krista and I are all connected up in San Francisco getting ready for this week’s meetups and presentations. Tonight we’re at Noisebridge at 7 for an open meetup (Facebook event page with deets). Tuesday Mary and I are speaking …

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Farmers Market Resource

May 11, 2010 by  
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In the spring and summer months the kids and I try to get to one of the area farmers markets at least weekly. In doing so, we have found some excellent and healthy local favorites as well as discoverd new and unusual plants and food.  I ran a…

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