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People become complacent, myself included. However,if we follow our heart/intuition/gut we being to understand who "we" are as individuals, We also begin to understand one another on a more personal level.

Sadly the majority of us are fixated on making the almighty dollar/dinar/peso/rupee/etc and less concerned about our fellow brother/sister. Remember life is what you make it, so don't waste your time attempting to fool yourself. Money isn't life, and life isn't made of money. You don't have be a rockstar, just be yourself.
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Well said!
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truly amazing mix.
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Used +JuiceSSH at Defcon this past week. Worked flawlessly. Thanks again for creating such a nice client. JuiceSSH and tmux go hand in hand.
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+Brandon Jackson indeed I have :)
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Hey fellow frogs and smurfs. I just wanted to check back in since it's been awhile. I'm from the Southeast Texas area and currently heading up the enlightened side of of the area. Now as for my real reason for posting.

As many of us do, we tend to roam around at night. Traffic is low, and we can move around a lot easier. Well I was just recently approached by a local police officer at roughly 1:00am. We were in front of a local jewelry store which has an amazing fountain. The officer approached us, asked what we were doing. After we explained the premise of the game, he was extremely nice and understanding. Even commenting on the low traffic, and the ability to get around the city better. After a failed attempt to try to recruit him, he imparted some words of wisdom. In an effort not to waste their time, or ours, he suggested that we just phone the dispatch and let them know which vehicles we're in, and our license plate number. This way they're not wasting their time, and we're not wasting our time. Just a quick tip that I thought was worth a mention here. Also, I'm glad to be back, and i'd like to say thanks to +Ronnie Friend for helping us along the way.
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That's just why I don't like playing at alter's.glad everything ended well
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Just simple. Somewhat inspired by the skull from the movie "death proof".
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+Adam Balla so true I don't need desktop cubes or widgets
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Hey all, just purchased a nexus. Any suggestions on applications or Roms would be welcomed. I'm also and avid Linux user, so any suggestions there would also be appreciated. 
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My wife +amanda balla  just printed me an awesome new +Ingress  gear bag. Can't wait to get out and sport my new duds around town.
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Lol... huh? Several days late but respectful. ;-)
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I'm looking to build a solar powered raspberry pi. I've seen several successful builds on the net. However, I'm looking for something fairly portable, and I also want to include a screen of some sort (was thinking e-ink). I spend most of my time on the command line so I'm more concerned with battery usage than screen refresh rate or overclocking the cpu. I'm looking to get the size down to something that would fit into a small fishing tackle box. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

Edit: I am aware of the rooted Kindle method, but I'd rather something standalone.
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Man! You guys are awesome! Thanks for all the ideas. My plan is to use this as a machine fall back on in case of emergencies. I live in Gulf Coast region of Texas, and we're prone to hurricanes in the summer. I would eventually love to be able to setup a way to communicate with others in the area (fm transmitter or packet radio). I would like to use the device 4-8 hours between charges. I've found some decent 5w solar panels that can easily be attached to a backpack, making it a fairly mobile (aside from battery weight).

I'm just in the planning phase of the build, so I've got a lot left to learn. However, I truly appreciate the time everyone has taken to help me get started and pointing me in the right direction. I'll be sure to post here again when I get to the stage of purchasing the hardware.
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By far the best vape shop in Southeast Texas. The guys here are very knowledgeable and super friendly. Not to mention they have some of the best ejuice I've ever had, and their juices are made in a closed private lab in Southeast Texas. So you don't have to worry about shady or contaminated juices. If your like me and want to kick analog cigarettes then this is the place to go. I've been cigarette free for a little over two months now, and I credit the guys at boomtown for helping me stay that way.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
A much smaller Walmart which was never meant to have the volume of merchandise it now has. The aisles are extremely close and impossible to navigate with two carts.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
A great place to swing into and grab lunch on your next visit to the beach. Or a great place for a romantic sunset dinner on the deck. The hot and spicy shrimp are truly amazing. Fantastic views of the canal with barges and boats cruising by as you dine. You may however want to bring some mosquito repellent if your on the deck in the evening, or asked to be moved inside.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
The burgers here are great! Awesome beer selection as well. I have never ordered takeaway, and I'm never visiting when I'm stressed for time (lunch). I do wish the service was still as good as when Will Stark was manager. Which is the main reason I no longer visit.
Public - a year ago
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Great food and healthy portions. Everything here is really good. I'm a huge fan of their meatloaf. Not to mention the friendly staff and extremely clean dining room. This is a true hidden gem.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
A nice little hidden gem we stumbled upon. Super quiet, clean camping sites, clean restrooms, friendly park rangers, fishing pier, boat launch, and canoe/kayak rentals. The "fort" isn't actually located in the park, but is just a couple of miles down the road. It does cost an extra $2 to visit the fort. Well worth it in my opinion.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
One of the best soul food restaurants i have ever visited. Beef tips over rice, oxtails, and meatloaf are among my favorites. The service is always great, and the ladies behind the counter make you feel as if your at grandmas house.
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