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When an explosion occurs, myriad particles disperse from the locus of detonation and remain in motion by virtue of momentum. Thereafter, they may collide and comingle such that they grow in size, disintegrate further such that where there was one there are now many particles, or slow down because of the resistance they encounter. Generally, they will exhibit a swell of patterns we would more often than not recognise as geometric. According to Newton’s First Law of Motion, momentum is thought to be the tendency of an object set in motion to stay in motion (and incidentally, of an object at rest to stay at rest).
the dc diaries
Scott Daniel is a 27-year-old lawyer, writer, and observational humorist soaking up the fast-paced, idiosyncratic lifestyle of Washington, D.C. You can find him plucking his cheap guitar, jogging on the Potomac, typing furiously on his laptop at Politics & Prose, or pondering the meaning of life with the natives of U Street…
The Yuppie Chronicles
I’m 27. I’m a law student. My lawyer fiance and I live in an over-sized apartment in one of the richest counties in America. We have house cleaners scheduled to come at regular intervals, throw away coupons, cook using Calphalon pots, and belong to Netflix, Costco, and multiple frequent flyer programs. We even have an accent wall, for heaven’s sake. I’m blessed, and I know it. What I hope to show with this blog is that, between the trips to wine bars and Whole Foods, in the shadow of a KitchenAid mixer and LCD TV, there are stories full of heart and humor that are worth sharing.
Some of you may remember me. Some of you may have heard of me. Most of you probably have no clue I ever existed and thanks to the fucknut who hacked my gmail account some years ago, the internet has precious little evidence of that said existence either. But I was a daddy-blogger back in the day when we hauled our blogs to school uphill, barefoot, in the snow with a bit-rate so slow it was measured with a sundial.
I’m elizabethany. [Yes, I tend to lowercase my name, and a lot of other things.. And I’m totally okay with it.] I’m from the Northern Virginia area, a WVU ALUM, and addicted to updating this site on the regular.I’m a very opinionated person, and I share all of my thoughts as they come to me. Why think about what you’re going to say when you can just say it? If people don’t like it… Their problem, not mine.
Lana’s Dating, Relationships and the Fabulous Five
This blog was created to join a community of women who are empowered to take a more strategic and aggressive approach to their dating lives. By diversifying their dating portfolios, these women will create a list of dating options to choose from when the time is right for them to enter a serious committed relationship. Times have changed. The courtship that your grandmother’s and mother’s generation experienced is not the same the we experience today. The FAB FIVE approach is the modern woman’s way of duplicating your grandmother’s and mother’s courtship experience… by being the co-creator of your dating life.
My name is Mr. Match. I’m a 20-something living in Washington, DC, supposedly home of many, many singles. A fit of inspiration took me to match.com in an effort to expand my dating horizons, but what I’ve seen so far has been a lot of maddening and frustrating wrongs, errors made by the women on match in their profiles, in communication, and in actual dates. As I go along, so too will this blog. Of course, I realize that I am not beyond reproach in my own dating practices, but that’s not what this is about, is it?
Coffee & Dreams
Journalist/Graphic Artist/PR Maven living in the MD suburbs right outside of DC. Attempting to become an art director and being influenced by everything in life.
Kiss My Country loves the world and wants to save it. Will you help us? Check out our Blog for travel tips and news on who is doing what to save the planet and how you can do your part!
Welcome! I’m Gina, a stay-at-home mom of three kids, ages 6 and 3 and 3. Yes, I take the BOGO (Buy One, Get One Free) concept so seriously, I even had identical twins.
parenting BY dummies
A guide to parenting by someone who has tried all of the things you don’t want to do.
The Vagabond Table
According to Wikipedia and the critic Arthur Compton-Rickett, a Vagabond is a person “with a vagrant strain in the blood, a natural inquisitiveness about the world beyond their doors.” Cheers to that.
Welcome to urban marinade…a blog that lets you stew in the cultural crock pot of Washington, DC. I’m here to rant and rave about anything and everything in my little urban world. Generally speaking, that includes nightlife, photography, dancing and DC urban development. So there!