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Two things gaining momentum these days. The heat is rising. And, everyone loves Doctor Who. I grew up in England with the original Doctor Who and the Raymond Cusick designed Daleks haunting me as I tried bedtime. In England, it rained. There was no need for complex irrigation systems. Fast forward 30++ years and I...
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In 1997, I walked into a painting class in Cavanaugh Hall on IUPUI’s campus. I took my seat and looked to my right. I met Dan Wonderly. First of all, his last name is Wonderly. Not Superbly, or Greatly or Ironically. Wonderly – possibly the greatest surname in the history of our species. Dan and...
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Title: The Perfect Penalty Kick Artist: Daniel Incandela Materials: Steel goal, netting, 309 leather soccer balls Over the years, penalty kicks have provided the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. Nations have cried with despair or joy as their teams have hoisted trophies as a result of one penalty kick, one miss, or...
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