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Cullman Tornado

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/hun/?n=4272011_cullman_county Another significant tornado to hit Alabama on 4-27-11 was the Cullman, Alabama tornado. This tornado went through the heart of downtown Cullman.  This tornado was the first to be caught on a […]

 

Animation Monday: Tornadoes

This week on Animation Monday I wanted to continue the tornado theme since Geek Alabama is remembering the 4-27-11 tornado outbreak.  I think everyone has seen the movie Twister.  This movie was groundbreaking as […]

 

Bo Jackson Bikes Bama

Bo Jackson; the legendary Auburn football player; is starting an over 300 mile bike ride from the Georgia state line to Tuscaloosa.  He will be making stops along the route in cities […]

 

Shoal Creek/Ohatchee Tornado

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/bmx/?n=event_04272011ohatchee This week on Geek Alabama we are going to remember the 4-27-11 tornado outbreak.  Over 250 people in Alabama died on that day and it still haunts many people to this […]

 

Sunday Discussion: Young Worker Crisis

I read this article from the Associated Press about why younger people (Millennials) are having a very hard time right now finding work.  Even the ones with college degrees are having a […]

 

One Spoiled Rotten Dog

My mom’s dog Georgina is so spoiled they have to take her outside at night with a flashlight.  That’s right; they shine a flashlight at the spots Georgina likes to sniff and […]

 

Why I Need A New Phone

I have to admit it; I need a new phone!  Every time I go out to an event I get embarrassed to pull out my basic cheap cell phone while watching everyone else playing on their smart […]

 

Aspie Recipes: Great Chocolate Pie

So after the strawberry pie I made last time I came up with a challenge to come up with a pie that was better than the store bought Whole Foods chocolate pie […]

 

Legislative Roundup – Week 11

Update:  I skipped the week 10 edition of Legislative Roundup.  Read week 9 below. http://geekalabama.com/2012/04/05/legislative-roundup-week-9/ The Alabama Legislature just loves to help destroy the business environment of Alabama. A new bill HB 658 would […]

 

Coming Soon: Fracking?

This story has caused a lot of controversy in the Anniston/Oxford area.  The U.S. Bureau of Land Management plans to lease small pieces of land inside the Talladega National Forest to companies planning to use drilling or […]

 
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