Todd Kale

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I’m Knew

Posted by on Aug 2, 2007 in Writing | 0 comments

Let me take this first prose as an opportunity to extend my deepest appreciation for the chance to become a part of such a great ‘Institution’. When Mr. Elliott came to me with the invitation, I must say, I was rather reluctant – unsure really if I had what it took. After my initiation, however, I felt much more comfortable and at home...

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New Staff

Posted by on Jul 9, 2007 in Writing | 0 comments

We have been lucky enough to enjoy the company of so many people throughout the years at The Institute and our newest staff member is no exception. Elliott, no doubt weary from the extended hours that Dr. Pufs and Bertrand have spent at the bar this year due to engineering issues in the lab, hired a strapping young man to help out filling the glasses and...

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Bertrand’s Folly

Posted by on Mar 27, 2007 in Writing | 0 comments

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An Early Frost

Posted by on Jan 7, 2007 in Writing | 0 comments

Winter came early again this year. Thus furthering Dr.Puf’s prediction that penguins, those illegitimate birds, have ultimate control. It came as no surprise really. When we returned to the Institute the morning dew became the morning frost, which inevitably became the reason for my obnoxiously early risings to ensure Dr. Puf’s motor vehicle...

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From The Archives

Posted by on Nov 7, 2006 in Writing | 0 comments

If I recall correctly this is from 1973 and shows Dr. Pufs awestruck at his newest creation. Of course he knew all of his ideas would work in one way or another; however in this instance he was surprised at how quickly the BioMechaniks 370L series prototype took to the finer idiosyncrasies of day to day life in the lab. After only two days...

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A Long Halloween

Posted by on Nov 1, 2006 in Writing | 0 comments

Once again, Halloween at The Institute involved the transformation of the main lab floors into Bertrand’s faithful (with respect to his mind’s eye) reproduction of Tesla’s lab circa 1967. The free energy was as always a welcome touch (as it has been since we began engaging it full time in 1978). After the events of this summer we decided...

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