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skjaere
Shoreline, WA
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Bio

30-something intermittently-employed contract archaeologist who grew up in the PNW, but has lived all over… more »

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  • Vampire or Zombie
  • What song do you never want to hear again?: 99 Problems and a.... You know the rest.
  • What movie can you recite verbatim?: Maybe Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
  • What helps you sleep?: Music or audiobooks.
  • What piece of art would you steal?: Winged Victory of Samothrace would look great in my living room.

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Sep 14 skjaere commented on Poster of the Week.
Aw, Tom was one of my besties when we were kids. Good to know he's doing well with his art. He was always a really creative guy.
Aug 23 skjaere commented on What Is Your Favorite Fake Movie Band?.
The Rutles.
Oct 21, 2013 skjaere commented on Geek Girl Con 2013: Costumes!.
I had such a great time, you guys! See you next year!
Oct 3, 2013 skjaere commented on Health Department Busts Six Hookah Bars.
This is ridiculous. Other states have exemptions to smoking laws for businesses like hookah bars.
Sep 30, 2013 skjaere commented on The Morning News This Blustery Monday.
Dictator tot.

This is what I call my 5-month-old nephew.
Sep 28, 2013 skjaere commented on Thank You to Everyone Who Donated to Ashley's Worst Tattoo.
Aw, I wish I had known about this sooner. I don't mind sparing a few dollars to make someone's life a little bit brighter, especially when it's someone who has already suffered more than anyone should ever have to bear.
Sep 28, 2013 skjaere commented on Apple Patents Way for Authors to "Autograph" E-Books.
I have three author autographs on the back cover of my Kindle, and this definitely is not the same thing. It's a good attempt, but I think this is one instance where technology can never truly mimic or replace the real thing.
Sep 18, 2013 skjaere commented on "He’s a man who likes men who were once women.".
This is fantastic. I love it.
Sep 16, 2013 skjaere commented on Navy Yard Shooter Arrested Here in 2004 for "Blackout" Shooting.
How is someone who has been convicted of a crime involving a gun, especially someone who admitted to committing said crime during a rage blackout, legally allowed to continue owning firearms? Does that make sense to anyone else?
Sep 2, 2013 skjaere commented on The Sunday Morning News.
Well, that's one man per day for the next 273 years, or five per day for the next 54.6 years. She could do it in under 25 years if she did 11 per day. Sounds like a lot of work to me. Who has the time for it? I'd obviously rather do the math. :p
 

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