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#ThankYou Twitter Followers

January 6, 2012

As a token of appreciation to my followers on Twitter (@letUbeU) and here at the letUbeU blog, from time to time I will hand out Thank You Gifts for milestones, frequent commenters, RT’s, replies or trivia questions. Back in May, high school librarian @KrisJacobson, was sent a deck of cards from the @LincolnParkZoo. Earlier this week @Sevynn7s and @debgaff, science enthusiasts, won a bamboo pen and science tshirt from Science Museum Oklahoma, respectively.

These gifts represent my current inventory, collected from science museums around the United States.

1. A t-shirt from The Field Museum, kindly donated by their Public Relations Department. The size is medium:

Thank you!

2. A coaster made of the same wood that makes up the walls of their newest permanent exhibit. The wood is made of pre-consumer waste from manufacturers, reclaimed sorghum. Instead of ending up in a landfill, it’s at The Abbott Hall of Conservation Restoring Earth:

Field Museum

3 & 4. Support your child’s artwork, that Save-The-Date postcard, or coupons for groceries on your fridge with one of these 2 magnets. On the left, use the magnet as a photo frame (from the Adler Planetarium, baby picture not included) or on the right, support the chimpanzees at Lincoln Park Zoo (click picture to enlarge):

 Science from Chicago

5. A bumper sticker from Science Museum Oklahoma that reads: Proud Parent of a MAD SCIENTIST

Thank You!

6. Save the page of your current book with this cool bookmark made from driftwood, from the Whale exhibit at the Field Museum of Natural History (book not included):

colorful science atom travelsColorful science

7. From the Adler Planetarium: a hanging, glow-in-the-dark solar system:
science in chicago
8. Last, 2 quarter-sized pins from Science Museum Oklahoma. One reads: Deeply and creatively weird. The other is a cool nuclear design. And a tagua bracelet from Peru, purchased at the Lincoln Park Zoo (sorry for poor picture quality):
chicago science
Keep supporting science. Thank you!
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One Comment leave one →
  1. Andrew R. permalink
    January 9, 2012 12:12 AM

    My guess is that conservation appears 31 times. Cute kid in the picture frame btw.

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