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TGE Badass Guide 3

How to Publish Your Badass Book

If your inner demons have ever said to you, “Hey loser, you’re never gonna get your book written, much less published,” my partner-in-writing-badassery Sonja Foust and I are gonna give you some nice sharp rocks to throw in those bastards’ faces. Our newest book, “Vampires and Tantric Sex: How to Publish Your Book Like a […]

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Boxing Art Weirdness

Boxing Art Weirdness

I just happened to stumble across this image on Flickr (captured by Brandonschauer, who is in no way being held responsible here on The Glowing Edge for this freaky Warhol-kissing-Jean-Michael-Baptiste piece) and thought that there was no way in hell that I could work out on heavy bags with a pasty face of Jesus drawn […]

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Christmas mail art

Fibonacci Mail Art

The only thing better than getting mail art is getting Fibonnacci mail art. Well, I’ll allow that quantum mail art of some variety would be wicked cool too: imagine the possiblities for up, down, charm, and strange quark postcards. Or a Heisenberg card: you’d never know for certain both when it had been sent and […]

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How Math Explains the World

This Just Proves I’m a Nerd

I didn’t bring this book home, the Husband did, but it had a really cool cover so I picked it up. And I meandered through the first several chapters because anything that explains my husband’s brain to me is frequently of interest. And after those first few chapters (during which I learned that Pythagoras was […]

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The Maker models the winner's sash he helped make

Bad Bad Poetry Contest Winner

I have some awesome online friends. They are fearless and have mountains of self-esteem. They dug deep and sacrificed their good name and reputation in order to keep me from being the only wretched soul airing my bad poetry, and I thank them for this. And you, the readers, have chosen a Bad Bad Poetry […]

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Bad Bad Poetry

Bad Bad Poetry

Bad poetry in 7th grade is like the plague; it sweeps inevitably through (probably related to poor hygiene) and takes a monstrous toll; the survivors recover, bury the dead, and try to face life once again. This heinous sheet of notebook paper should have been buried to prevent future outbreaks, but my mother kept it, […]

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