“Thanks to Zero, I now think in haiku half of the time.”
Pretty much everything is worth commemorating, apparently.
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For some reason, there’s a common rumor about sugar and gas that’s been around for decades. Supposedly, if you pour sugar into someone’s gas tank, you will disable the car. The sugar is supposed to react with the gasoline and turn into a semi-solid, gooey substance that totally clogs up the gas tank, the fuel lines, and so on.
It sounds great, especially if you have a grudge against someone. The problem with this rumor is that it simply isn’t true!
Even if you are familiar with his academic work, however, there are many interesting facts you might not know about Hawking, stretching from his time at school and gradual development of disability to his opinions on the future of the human race.
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Master Carver Ray Villafane recently hosted a special pumpkin carving workshop here at NYBG to introduce people to his singular method of pumpkin sculpture. Ranging from the goofy to the grotesque, these certainly aren’t your grandparents’ jack-o’-lanterns. Ray himself will be at NYBG this weekend, hard at work on a massive zombie carving in full view of visitors. Just check in at our Clay Family Picnic Pavilions between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. We’ll share photos as soon as we can! ~LM
ladies, start your engines…
Three years can make a big difference in people