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New hand painted signage for The Rage Cage, located at 235 Grand Ave in Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY).

 

Rage Cage: "We are a destruction services provider - also known as a "Rage Room" or an "Anger Room." People come to The Rage Cage to have fun, de-stress, and break things! Whether it be for a stressful week at work, a celebration, or even a first date, you’re always going to have an amazing experience here."

  

Abandoned, decayed old bank building in downtown Jamestown,

NY

Holidays are all about unwinding – sometimes the best way to do that is by destroying something! The Amsterdam Rage Room gives you the chance to vent that inner rage!

Deep down, we all love random destruction. Sound of smashing glass, the feel of the table giving way beneath the s...

 

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Smashing things in a rage room might be fun and a way to get rid of stress for a little while... But it also helps to try to figure out what sorts of things in your life are generating stress so that you can deal with them effectively - here's an online sermon that talks a little about anger management...

 

www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/how-to-control-your-anger-j....

 

I totally identify with sometimes being "big, green(and/or red as shown in this picture) and angry".... ;)

 

Made video using blender while exploring use of rigid bodies... still have some rendering issues to work out...

 

Harley Quinn Rage Room at the DC Universe area at San Diego Comic-Con 2018.

Title: Cranberries; : the national cranberry magazine

Identifier: cranberriesnatio6365port

Year: 1936 (1930s)

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Subjects: Cranberries

Publisher: Portland, CT [etc. ] : Taylor Pub. Co. [etc. ]

Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: UMass Amherst Libraries

  

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^oung Manitowish Water Cranberry Grower Is Directcir Of Wisconsin itate Growers Association Dick" Indermeuhle Is Ac- ve In Program to get roader Cranberry Research y University of Wisconsin. Richard "Dick" Indermuehle of at newest of Wisconsin cranberry â velopmenfc areas, Manitowish iters, is one of the directors this ar of Wisconsin State Cranberry "owers Association. And as such is one of the younger gorwers of it state who is becoming active general cranberry affairs. He and his father, Herbert, oper- ; Alder Lake Cranberry Marsh in family partnership, having about acres in vines, there being a'bout 2 in regular MacFarlands, 3 of eot or "Bain" MacFarlands and i remainder in Searles Jumbo. rhe miarsh was started in 1946, d was expanded for four years til the last bed was planted. At i moment there are no new beds der development, but it is hoped put in another area of about 8 res. nbe marsh is completely flooded pumps, of which there are four, ter coming from and being re- â¢ned to Little Trout Lake. Har- ;t has been by onachines and the rvest boats for the past three ars. Last summer a 40 x 80 foot iition was placed on the ware- jse, which gives badly needed â¢rage room; the sorting room is the process of being rebuilt and i third mill will be added to the ijsent two. f'For the past few years we have liy been averaging a little over p barrels to the acre," Dick s^ays, 'at we hope to get this up from Iff on. We have been having some Bfiit losses, a little hail damage d last year, of course, there were 1^ very adverse weather growing iiiditions in Wisconsin." Vhile "Dick" gives his average induction las only a little more In 100, individual acres have ex- uded 300 barrels to the acre. A ular sanding prograim is carried fertilizer is used, and the Inder- lehles keep their own colonies of s.

 

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'^^i. -i.iititftJitatrfcfa.! Dick Indermuehle Before going into the cranberry business the elder Mr. Indermuehle was in the dairy business at Plain- field, Wisconsin, producing as much as 27,000 pounds of milk and was one of the largest dairymen in the state. After being graduated from high school Dick attended the University of Wisconsin for two and a half years. He was in the U. S. Army for three years and then returned to the university for the last year and a half. In 1955 he received a B.S. degree from the College of Agriculture, with a major in horti- culture. Since then he has been engaged full time at the marsh. He is married and has two child- ren, Susan, 5 and Richard, 4. Mrs. Indermuehle is a registered nurse, cbtaining her training at the Uni- versity School of Nursing in Madi- son. The Indermuehles live at the marsh side pnd so does his father. Dick is a member oi Minocoqua Lodge No. 330, A.F. & A.M. His wife and he are members of the Com- munity Church (Presbyterian) of Manitowish Waters and at present he is serving as president of the board of trustees. He is a member of the committed of the state growers association which is working toward getting more research and experimental work done on cranberry production by the University of Wisconsin. He feels it is very important for the University to develop a broader program for research on the differ- ent phases of cranberry growing in Wisconsin. Young Indermuehle expects to delve more deeply into this aspect of Wisconsin cranberry progress at a little later date, with material for publication in Cranberries. The Alder i^ake Cranberry Marsh production is handlea through Ver- non Goldsworthy at near-by Eagle River. TOUGH WINTER ON HONEYBEES F. R. Shaw, Dept. Entomology, College of Agriculture, UMass, writ- ing in "Fruit Notes," in reference to winter of 1962-63 as concerns honey bees says it is considered one of the most severe in many a year. In Vermont heavy winter loss was anticipated and data from Massachu- setts indicate losses will be above average. One bee keeper reports a 5 per cent loss, and the writer may anticipate a. loss of from 10 to 30 ipercent above normal winter loss. Problem is made worse by the lateness of the spring, and colony build up may be slower than normal and that colonies may dwindle in strength if they cannot replace the old bees that have overwintered. "It would seem advisable for fruit growers who depend on rented bees for pollination, to control bee- keepers in order that sufficient bees for pollination may be available. Those that keep their own colonies would do well to check colony condi- tions. If colonies appear to be light in weight, they can be fed. For complete directions on spring care of bees, Mass. Extension Service Leaflet 148, "Beekeeping is avail- able." SUBSCRIBE TO CRANBERRIES Seventeen

  

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Harley Quinn Rage Room at the DC Universe area at San Diego Comic-Con 2018.

yes, it really says rage room on the door

Sketch started Sept 2 at V13. Man, I like this sketch app!

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The thought of smashing things to relieve stress is becoming a go-to thing for many businessmen and even some families. The more grown-up way to throw a tantrum is making headlines in America thanks to Japan debut of a rage room back in 2018. Rage rooms, also known as smash rooms or anger rooms, have opened in […]

 

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