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Entries from May 2005

Regenerating vegetables: a tasty and efficient experiment

May 30th, 2005 · 3 Comments

Until I read an experiment (received in an email) I didn’t know that carrot tops would regenerate the vegetable. Following the instructions, I bought organic whole carrots, cut off all of the carrot except for an inch, and cut off all of the green top too. I placed them in a bowl on the windowsill [...]

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A better use for coconut shells than South Pacific costumes: organic slug control

May 30th, 2005 · 6 Comments

What to do with a coconut shell? Let’s see ….I could make a costume ala South Pacific, a musical I watched often as a child. This parent -oriented review rates the 1958 movie as B- for sexual content including : Cross-dressing man wears grass skirt and coconut-shell bra. Last year we cracked a coconut open [...]

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Where has the weekend gone?!

May 30th, 2005 · No Comments

It’s Monday night…wow! Hope you had fun. I’ve been busier than I thought. But I caught up on comments. I’ve also accumulated a number of drafts that somehow never were published over the weekend…here goes…apologies again for the blogburst….

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Ordinary people: responding to comments on my previous post on Lawrence Lessig and the American BoyChoir School

May 27th, 2005 · 7 Comments

A few days ago I wrote a post describing my response to New York Metro’s article titled The Choir Boy Since then, I’ve received comments on my blog. Also Lawrence Lessig has responded on his blog to the article that detailed his involvement with plaintiff John Hardwicke’s case against the American Boychoir School. Lessig’s blog [...]

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Practice photo post

May 26th, 2005 · 3 Comments

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