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Links 1 through 10 of 304 Tom Munnecke's Bookmarks

Ella and Danna

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Munnecke family trip to Greece in July 1990, when we rented a 55 foot sailboat and sailed from Pireu

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at Rancho Bernardo

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January 1, 2010

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The U.S. Soccer Federation, which permits protective headgear but does not endorse it, fears that wide use of the gear would undermine the assertion that soccer is a safe alternative to football. When soccer officials voice doubts like this, similarities to the failed arguments once made against bicycle helmets, automobile seat belts, and even soccer shin guards may give them a familiar sound (Longman, 2004). According to Jeff Skeen, founder of one soccer headgear company, “Soccer officials are trying to thwart the evolution of headgear in soccer because they think it will scare soccer moms away from the sign-up table” (Longman, 2004, p. 1). “And they also think [headgear use] could be viewed as an admission that heading the ball itself is dangerous,” Skeen added (Longman, 2004, p. 1).

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working on some cat and kitten images for "Toasters, Cats, and Snowflakes"

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video taken in 1998 of house under construction

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