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That is one badass spider.
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Cartwheeling spider inspired robots!
There's so much cool #spider #science in the news lately.
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Oh my goodness.
Experience the classic game of Risk with a Westeros makeover. This Game of Thrones Risk will be hours of fun for you and your friends. Who will win this game of thrones? You will soon find out. The Game of Thrones Risk board game allows you to see who is the strongest house in all the land. T
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Man, if they came out with a GoT Axis & Allies I'd have to quit my job...
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Evening music.
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So glad that summer's just around the corner. 
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Pretty sure I saw a gang of them working out in my backyard. 
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I don't have a lot of days where I'll hit Instant Mix on a classic like this and launch myself back into my early twenties for a bit...but today is one of those days.
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His absence is the knife that cuts your throat? 
Let no one glimpse the blood-stains on your coat;
Weep, but in weeping let no listener hear; 
Burn, but in burning let no smoke appear.
1 I'm going to tell You something that is true And won't take more than two words to explain - I'll lie beneath the earth still loving You And with Your kindness I shall rise again. 2 If I've been dead for twenty years or so And you, believing the love gone long ago, Should stir my dust and say "Whose grave is this?" "How is my love?" will echo from below. 3 His absence is the knife that cuts your throat?  Let ...
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It holds up!
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"The sublimity and horror of the spectacle would be reinforced by the sheer magnitude of the construction. It was to be 'colossal in scale,' 100 feet off the ground, with a perimeter of 16 miles—of a size sufficient 'to distinguish this place from all other types of places, so that the future must pay attention to this site.'”
What if the great threat to human life isn't a bomb dropping down from above but radioactive waste creeping up from below? Will art come to our rescue then?
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"Occupations DO differ in level of perceived creepiness: Clowns, taxidermists, sex shop owners, and funeral directors were at the top of the list."

via +Boing Boing​
Can "getting the creeps" be an evolutionary adaptation?
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I've always thought that the only thing G+ is missing is a "Cats playing RPGs" meme.

Fixed!

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Dungeon Master Cat; you're welcome.
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"...and so doth Tycho in his astronomical epistles, out of a consideration of their vastity and greatness, break out into some such like speeches, that he will never believe those great and huge bodies were made to no other use than this that we perceive, to illuminate the earth, a point insensible in respect of the whole. But who shall dwell in these vast bodies, earths, worlds, if they be inhabited? 'rational creatures?' as Kepler demands, 'or have they souls to be saved? or do they inhabit a better part of the world than we do? Are we or they lords of the world? And how are all things made for man?'"
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+Anne-Marie Clark​ Excellent!
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1 I'm going to tell You something that is true And won't take more than two words to explain - I'll lie beneath the earth still loving You A

Sestina
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I have reached, alas, the long shadow and short day of whitening hills when color is lost in the grass. My longing, all the same, keeps gree

Love
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Because of you, in gardens of blossoming flowers I ache from the perfumes of spring. I have forgotten your face, I no longer remember your h

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Before you came things were just what they were: the road precisely a road, the horizon fixed, the limit of what could be seen, a glass of w

Snow (Twilight in Winter)
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"Snow (Twilight in Winter) - Jakub Schikaneder (1899)

Lady in Black
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Lady in Black, with Floral Background - John MacDonald Aiken (1917)

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The Letter
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Little cramped words scrawling all over the paper Like draggled fly’s legs, What can you tell of the flaring moon Through the oak leaves? Or

Repose of Rivers
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The willows carried a slow sound, A sarabande the wind mowed on the mead. I could never remember That seething, steady leveling of the marsh

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Petites Femmes Le Matin
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"Newspaper" - Illustration from "Petits Femmes Le Matin", a collection of lithographs by Ludovic Alleaume (1912)

You've Come Back to Me
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For G A small thing crawling toward me across this dark lawn. Bright eyes the only thing I’m sure I see. You’ve come back to me, haven’t you

This Is the Time of Grasshoppers and All That I See Is Dying
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Colleen, this is the time of grasshoppers and all that I see is dying except for my virulent love for you. The Cowturdville Star-Times, whic