bcl05

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About bcl05

  • Rank
    The Special Teams Ace
  • Birthday 03/13/1975

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  • Redskins Fan Since
    All 36 years of my life
  • Favorite Redskin
    Jim Lachey
  • Location
    Rochester, MN
  • Zip Code
    55902
  • Interests
    Birdwatching
  • Occupation
    Pediatrician

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  • Birthdate
    March 13
  • Interests
    Birding, medicine, cooking, crosswords

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  1. The Own3d Thread.(Keep it clean)

    https://twitter.com/GranbyCTPolice/status/895665329715544065/photo/
  2. Kelley may have just pitched his last pitch for this team. Fingers crossed.
  3. This should be fun to watch...
  4. MAT might get a gold glove one of these years...
  5. Fantasy/Sci-Fi Book Thread

    I love the Dresden files, but they started to feel a bit repetitive after 10 or so... Some more favorites: The Bas-Lag series by China Mieville. What amazing world-building. I also really like the Warded Man series by Peter Brett - a great character with super action and intensity. Also the Locke Lamora series by Scott Lynch - more of a swashbuckling funny/adventurous type... Tons of great stuff out there. Also, I need to read more from that Halo of Mushrooms guy. That was a good read...
  6. Fantasy/Sci-Fi Book Thread

    Another favorite: Paolo Bacigalupi I've read Windup Girl, Water Knife, Drowned Cities, and Shipbreaker. All good, reasonably short, and very interesting.
  7. Fantasy/Sci-Fi Book Thread

    Good list. My personal favorite is Patrick Rothfuss - some of his writing is just heartbreakingly beautiful. I'm currently reading NK Jemisin's "The Obelisk Gate" - sequel to "The Fifth Season." It's pretty great. I'm looking forward to getting through the rest of her books.
  8. At least it wasn't a leg injury...
  9. At least it wasn't a leg injury...
  10. The Non-Winter Weather Thread

    I lived in Houston 2004-07. Many dear friends there. I've heard some harrowing stories in the last few days. I was in medical training there when Katrina hit New Orleans, and did a few shifts in the Astrodome to help with the medical crises there. I've never been prouder - Houston was remarkably welcoming, generous and accommodating to tens of thousands of evacuees with desperate needs. Housiton is going to need that kind of generosity for years to come. Karma comes around, I guess...
  11. Share those pics part 2

    OK OK no more birds. For now. Here are some from a family trip to Death Valley...
  12. Share those pics part 2

    A few more birds...