Went to the Houston Museum of Natural Science today. Gave an ACLU pin to a docent, got a great tour of the dinosaurs and even went to the butterfly exhibit.

Once (maybe it was 2009), the dudes at the copy shop in Montrose let me browse through their binder of weird shit customers had printed. It felt like being admitted into a secret world of conspiracy theories and bizarro art, and it’s very existence was clearly a violation of innumerable corporate policies. It’s the closest I’ve ever come touching an eldritch grimoire.

I feel like this is the sort of position that a lot of people on here would be great at. I work for the national offices and it's been a really great experience. I would definitely recommend anyone in the area check this out.

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While I was in I got a chance to see James Turrell’s Twilight Epiphany. It was great! Definitely goes on my “things to do in Houston” list.

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