austin_dern (austin_dern) wrote,
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As long as I gaze on Waterloo Sunet

Worked through the heat and my cold on my mathematics blog, and even got a post with some non-comics stuff in there. If you missed it on your RSS feed, please, give this a fresh try:

And lastly, What's Going On In The Phantom (Weekdays)? Is Your Podcast's Mattress Advertiser Grenade-Proof? April - June 2018. It's been exciting stuff, although not a dense plot. Now let's check in on Casino Pier and its environment.

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Afternoon sharp-light photograph of the Casino Pier Musik Express and Tilt-a-Whirl.


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Profile picture of Hydrus's three-dimensional logo. Mind the teeth!


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And a fresh ride on Hydrus, including here a view of the car so that you can see it scowling because every roller coaster has to be macho these days.


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Peering up at Hydrus's main drop, and a view of the car glaring back at us.


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Early evening light picture of the Moreland carousel, with the ambient light really making some of the mounts shine.


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Floyd Moreland carousel's lights competing with the natural early-afternoon light. Good luck, light bulbs!


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Yeah so I guess sometimes you just get a job being bacon. It happens.


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Pirate-themed miniature golf just outside Casino Pier, which we enjoyed after our two-hour ride wristbands had expired.


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Parking lot attendant using some of the slack time to do his saxophone practice. We could hear him from across the street and a good thirty feet or so up on the miniature golf course.


Trivia: General Georgi Konstantinovich Zhukov was 45 years old when assigned to lead the defence of Stalingrand in 1942. Source: Why The Allies Won, Richard Overy.

Currently Reading: The Philosophy of Mathematics: An Introductory Essay, Stephan Körner.

Tags: casino pier, fifth anniversary trip, mathematics
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