Hello everyone and happy Friday! Hopefully you’re able to enjoy today’s beautiful weather even though it is a bit chilly, this is better than the rain we had earlier on this week. We had some fairly interesting topics discussed this week at our Wednesday meeting that are a little bit different than ones we’ve covered before so hopefully you enjoy them!
Let us start with opening night for baseball between the Evil Em… ahem. Sorry, the St. Louis Cardinals and The Chicago Cubs.
— Chris Lee (@pdchris) April 3, 2017
What you are seeing here is a picture taken in gigapixels. If you do not know what that is, don’t worry I thought there were only”pixels” and had no idea they can be so detailed. The resolution is actually so big, they had to create it’s own URL for it. So where it says “see if you can find yourself” they actually mean it. I zoomed in so close I was actually able to spot people with their hats still on and some players, uhm, “readjusting” themselves. Take a look for yourselves and see what you can find!
Now, this is something that I, as a former psychology student, is something that intrigues me extensively and it was brought up by one of my coworkers, Whitney Wilson. The only reason why this is brought up is because there is a ton of brands and commercials/shows that you remember that never existed.
— Whitney (@Whitney_Blayzer) April 5, 2017
The Mandela Effect is something that interests me a ton. Essentially, this is a phenomenon that everyone (“Luke, I am your father” was never said in ‘Star Wars’) has experienced in some way or form. It is the creation and acceptance of fake or implanted memories. This is basically like crawling through the rabbit hole and the further you go, the more and more complex and deeper things can get. The most complex and utterly time consuming one is the Berenstein vs. Berenstain Bears theory. The reason why I am bringing this up is because Kit-Kats (KitKats) are my favorite candy without a shadow of a doubt. If I were to be sentenced to death, my last meal would be a pound of Kit-Kat bars so I know for a FACT that there was a dash! Here is a full list of them provided by Buzzfeed.
Finally, we have some Friday wisdom by the wonderful and insightful Landon Wilson
Why do people say “dry as a whistle” when you basically spit in a whistle? #coffeethoughts
— Landon (@landon_blayzer) April 5, 2017
Well that is all for this week, I tried to keep it short and simple but hopefully some of it is fairly interesting and you all enjoyed the different topics. If you have any suggestions for some different topics, send them in on the comment section or tweet me, @Dylan_Blayzer. I’ll see you next week, same time, same place!