In the middle of the night, drive to the beach, so you arrive just as the sun is rising. That's one of my big date ideas that I've never been able to use. Maybe this should be my next weird dating requirement: must be willing to play with sidewalk chalk. For the past, heck, 10 years or so (man, that sounds so long), we've been slowly purging our accumulated junk (strangely, despite all the purging, I still feel like I own so much stuff. Walk around a city and perform short silent plays in front of security cameras 20. Our coup d'etat was switching her CDs around in the cases and flipping them all upside. Go around the city with sidewalk chalk and draw hearts with equations inside on random things 12. Go for a drive with the passenger blindfolded, choosing directions at random. Dress up as pirates, commandeer shopping carts, and have a war upon the high seas.. I have no problem with playing scrabble at the local park. This reminds me of things we used to do to a friend. We'd have parties at her house, and one or two of us would sneak off to her room to make small changes. Go on a search for as many good climbing trees as possible, climb as high as you both can in all of them, compile photo evidence 16. Once, we gave away these awesome elephant masks (they were for a game where you would toss a ring into the air and a person wearing an elephant mask with an upturned trunk would have to catch it -- see the picture). It's about violating people's assumptions about where certain activities should take place.On Saturday, several Library staff members will be at Awesome Con itself for a The Library of Awesome exhibit, open to the public free of charge in the Library’s Jefferson Building, brings together more than 100 items from the largest comic collection in the world.Any aficionados who happen to be in the area will not want to miss out, judging by the press release: Visitors will see famous editions of such comic-book characters as Wonder Woman, Superman and some of the most significant artwork and storylines in comic-book history.The next level would include scientists and researchers who have chosen tattoos of their research area’s core equations (“tools of the trade”) or similar concepts. Many of these have been immortalized in Carl Zimmer’s book Science Ink.
The book is twisted and crinkled. Warning: this comic occasionally contains strong language (which may be unsuitable for children), unusual humor (which may be unsuitable for adults), and advanced mathematics (which may be unsuitable for liberal-arts majors).
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Holds book in hands Librarian Girlfriend: You wouldn't.A librarian does not exist in a vacuum; if they did, it would simply be called OCD and you would have a marvelous supply of books at your disposal upon which you could avail your meticulous organizational skills.The fact is, librarians work with people: the public, budding young scholars, professors, medical personnel, business folk, lawyers… And all this face time equals a lot of opportunity to meet the man or woman of your dreams.The book is twisted and crinkled. Warning: this comic occasionally contains strong language (which may be unsuitable for children), unusual humor (which may be unsuitable for adults), and advanced mathematics (which may be unsuitable for liberal-arts majors).Many librarians will find themselves working with others.]]