And my mathematics blog! You read that, right? Just in case you don't, let me refresh some of the stuff that's run on it lately.
- Reading the Comics, January 9, 2018: Be Squared Edition
- Reading the Comics, January 13, 2018: Barney Google Is Messing With My Head For Some Reason Edition
- Wronski's Formula For Pi: Two Weird Tricks For Limits That Mathematicians Keep Using
- Reading the Comics, January 15, 2017: Better Workflow Edition
And hey, What's Going On In Prince Valiant? October 2017 - January 2018 turns out to make me think of last week's report about The Phantom (weekdays). How? You'll see.
On to the wonders of closing out an amusement park on its best roller coaster.
The main body of the park seen across the lake at night.
Isn't that a gorgeous pile of wood? Of course, every wooden roller coaster looks good at night. No, you're not passing out; I took the picture at a funny angle.
View of the park across the lake, and the lake, and the commemorative plaque to Bill Cobb, one of the engineers that made the park to start with, and designed 13 roller coasters in North America and Europe. Also visible: the square dimensional portal in which the pond and all reality pop out of being.
Judge Roy Scream illuminating the night like a beacon of being happy in the woods.
Waiting eagerly for the back-seat night ride.
Yeah, it was a great day and wait a minute, that's Cedar Fair's hashtag! What's going on here?
Trivia: A single gale on the Grand Banks in 1879 sank 29 fishing vessels and killed 249 men. Source: Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World, Mark Kurlansky.
Currently Reading: The Best of Judith Merril, Judith Merril. Editors Virginia Kidd, Victoria Schochet.