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Kurt’s Blog: Everybody Walk the Dinosaur
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Sue the T. Rex

On Saturday morning, the family and I headed over to the Science Center to check out Sue the T. Rex.

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Most excellent exhibit. My kids would like to point out that their favorite part was defintiely the Dig Pit (but mainly because my son was under the assumption that he was going to be able to ride the dinosaur…I might have told him that at one point, but parents say crazy things when putting their kid to bed, ha!)

A New Zombie Burger Favorite

After the Science Center, we went over to Zombie Burger for lunch, and was lucky to snag a booth. Put this as my new usual order:

Envy Corpse

pepper jack cheese, pulled pork, ham, salsa, fried jalapenos, red onion, chipotle mayo

It’s AWESOME!

Jewel

Remember Jewel? Who could forget Jewel? Well, she has a Greatest Hits album coming out today. I had a crush on Jewel, and got to meet her, and she’s even prettier in person (I know what most of you are going to ask about…the tooth…to be honest, didn’t even notice it when I met her, may have been distracted by an outfit she was wearing that had a most excellent amount of cleavage showing, haha!)

Top 5 Jewel Songs

1. You Were Meant For Me

2. Hands

3. Intuition

4. Foolish Games

5. Standing Still

 

AWESOME is as AWESOME does!

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