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99 acts of revolution in 2012; number 1 Winter Biking


I am not the type of person who makes New Year’s resolutions. They frequently are meaningless… or selfish… or not sustainable… or just plain stupid.

This year however, I am making a resolution. Or more precisely, 99 resolutions. Events of the past year have inspired me, awakened my conciousness, tuned me in to a few new wavelengths. I have grown, educated myself a little, been inspired by the huge efforts of the little people that I am priviledged to encounter.

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Analog Mutant book review: CHOKE by Chuck Palahniuk


Choke by Chuck Palahniuk, is the story of 20-something slacker, sex addict, con-man, and all-around fuck-up, Victor Mancini. After dropping out of medical school to care for his critically ill mother, Victor takes on a job at a medieval themed amusement park to pay for her hospital expenses.

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Analog Mutant Film Review: ROCATERRANIA


Rocaterrania is a visually detailed and intense film experience about the artistic vision and the inner mechanisms of human psychology that drive Renaldo Kuhler to create, to evolve, to “become the man that I always wanted to be.” Continue reading

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The U.P. Recalls the War – Analog Mutant Movie Review


The U.P. alone sacrificed nearly 1,500 soldiers in a war that saw over 400,000 American lives lost. The region gave soldiers to every branch of the Armed Forces, who ended up in nearly 60 countries, and fought in every major battle.

The legendary 10th Mountain Division was comprised of many Yoopers who contributed their skills to the specific needs of combat and support services in mountain climates.

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Travelling without actually going anywhere pt1


I’ve been reading all of these great articles and blogs on wandering educators and thinking to about how i would like to go to some of these great places myself…if only the $$$ situation were a little nicer for me (no annual … Continue reading

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