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February 03, 2014

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Those Norwegian-flag suits remind me of another -zzle word:
http://99percentinvisible.org/episode/episode-65-razzle-dazzle/

I lived briefly in Kilsyth, Scotland, where I learned MUCH about curling... I'd love to learn to play, but... I'm thinking I'll go for something less apt to melt the ice, in terms of searing color...!

Erm... I think you meant "convex" when you stated, "...sweep a concave stone...." A concave stone would be hollowed out, and somehow cave-like (which is how I remember the difference).

The sport is endlessly fascinating, for some reason. I find myself just watching it, somehow amazed that it's there, and that people do such things.

NF: Right you are! Fixed.

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