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I really wish there was video of this. Now, if you will excuse me I need to search the internet.

March 17, 1986
During a Cactus League contest, Carney Lansford is credited with an unusual two-run inside-the-park homer in the A’s 5-3 victory over the Indians in Phoenix. The infielder circles the bases in the fourth inning when Mel Hall’s shirt gets stuck on the fence, preventing the outfielder from playing the ball, that is just barely out of reach, while his teammate, shortstop Julio Franco, closest to the play, is so incapacitated with laughter he is unable to help.

#1856 – Drinks

I like that backpack. Does that make me a hipster?



Hipster young girl with backpack by Oleksandr Boiko


Hipster young girl with backpack hiking in the mountains and enjoying a beautiful nature. Travel concept


Oleksandr Boiko: Photos




Paradiso by Dave Suñol


shooting at ibiza


Dave Suñol: Photos

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I see blog posts about how people use notebooks and I always think, "I like how that looks, I should try that.", but I never try that. I just have a vauge sense that there is a better way to log, track, and review tasks, to do's, wants, etc.

Today's culprit is From the Pen Cup and her photos of used Field Notes notebooks.

I really want to use up my notebooks like she does: full pages logged and used with notebooks stored nicely. But, I just haven't built the routine in my daily life of filling up my notebooks on a daily basis.

swissmiss posted a quote about how someone took their hobby and opened an Etsy and started selling their jewelry in addition to their regular job.

What was leisure became labor

I have had this same conversation with people before. I know a retiree who likes to wood work and it has been impossible to explain to him that he does not have to take orders online if wants to sell pieces that he has made.

There is the idea out there that once you start selling stuff from your hobby it becomes a business and you have to start operating like a business. I do not agree with that at all.

Much like the retiree, if I wanted to turn woodworking into a hobby and I had extra pieces I would sell them, but I would not take orders from people to make pieces to sell. It doesn't seem hard for me to separate the hobby from the business but I might be thinking of them in the wrong way.

I have thoughts on [this voting proposal](

http://www.technologyasnature.com/votive/
)

The voting age starts at 10, or maybe 12, but you don’t get a full vote at that age. At 12, say, you get 1/10 of a vote. For every year your age increases, your vote total increases by 1/10. So at 13, you’d get 2/10 of a vote, at 14, 3/10, etc.

At 18, it jumps to 10/10 or one vote and then begins to increase by 1/10 a year until the age of 35, where you’d have a huge 2.7 votes — then it starts decreasing again until it eventually goes down to 0.5 of a vote and stays there until your death.

This is an interesting proposal. We do not have to weight the votes for young people against old people to avoid the "absolute de facto power" older people have now.

No, we have to get young people to actually vote. To care about what is happening. This is a lot harder to do than weighting the votes of young people to skew the favor of the voting process.

My plan is simpler: A national holiday every year when elections are held. It doesn't have to be the second Tuesday in November, any day would be fine. The first Monday of March would be good. Any election that any principality (local, state, federal) has would be scheduled for that day and all voters would get that day off, even if there was no election in their district.