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Whale vomit is gold.

by Ninja on August 29, 2012 · 14 comments

Ever wandered across a beach, only to stumble upon vomit from a whale? Oh you haven’t? Too bad for you. If you had, you might be like 8-year-old Charlie Naysmith who is now $63,000 richer because of it. Apparently sperm whales regurgitate a substance known as ambergris. Ambergris, in case you didn’t know, can make the […]

Humor me.

by Ninja on August 22, 2012 · 12 comments

No, seriously. You humor me today. Ready….go.

Okay, before you burn me at the stake, let me clarify I don’t want to punch all single people in the face. No, just the annoying desperate single people who remind me everyday on Facebook and twitter that they haven’t yet found the love of their life. I get that you may have been single for […]

It’s Friday mother lovers, and you better be prepared to love your mothers well this weekend since it’s all about them. Love ya mom 🙂 Since you all have likely checked out mentally in anticipation of the upcoming weekend, I figured it’s a good time to engage the PDITF audience and promote some community interaction. […]

I was riding in the car with a friend a while back when they said something along the lines of “Professional athletes are overpaid.” While I don’t necessarily disagree with that statement (Lebron), I have to disagree with the sentiment. The odds for John Doe going pro are 22,000 to 1. That works out to about […]

Various things and my face

by Ninja on February 23, 2012 · 18 comments

Today’s post will be a whole variety of things. There’s lots to talk about, but none of it warrants its own blog post. Have fun bouncing from topic to topic. Up first, Korea.  Peace out Korea, this Ninja’s ready to get back to Seattle. I’m embarking on my 20 hour journey back to the states today […]

How did we survive?

by Ninja on February 6, 2012 · 42 comments

Was at a group meeting a few months back and an older gentleman shared an email he received from a friend. The email read…. How Did We Make It this Far? Looking back, it’s hard to believe that we have lived as long as we have… As children, we would ride in cars with no […]