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That's one hell of a lunch break! 😂😂😂
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RESEARCH | "The Power of the Like in Adolescence: Effects of Peer Influence on Neural and Behavioral Responses to Social Media." http://buff.ly/2jhIkC9 This is a must read for all those striving to understand "digital natives" with regards to social media usage and it's influence on human behavior.
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As far as I know, this also happens in politics. When a party is ahead in the polls, people tend to vote for them due to this effect.
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Happy New Year #2017 everyone! These amazing fireworks have been built by my daughter in #Minecraft PE - block by block.
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I've talked about how I feel about "Don't use [thing] ever" as a writing tip before, so instead of rambling on about that for the umpteenth time, have this.
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This post nails it perfectly. I'd never realised until now that Spot the Dog played an important part in the evolution of Newspeak. 
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Surprising lesson from Rogue One: Donnie Yen is NOT a household name. I always thought everyone with an interest in cinema would know him, or at least his face. But no: A staggering number of people have never seen any of his (many) previous films.
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Yen is amazing. His Ip Man series is some of my favourite Fu of all time. I have to admit having someone I recognize so clearly kinda killed it a bit for me. 
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you don't often hear about humans being GOOD with other species...

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Treasure idea: Crutches of mobility, speed +2
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Inexplicably thinking about looking for frame-grabbable moments from Planet Terror to post here...
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Cheating history ---
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#roleplaying session. The players discuss ways to get rid of a person without much fuss and without being connected with it. Each idea is more outlandish than the one before. Disguise as milkmaids. Kidnapping. Invisibility. The GM listens.
Finally one player says: 'We just need a lynch mob.'
Without a word, the GM stands up and goes outside for a smoke.
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You ever wonder if they just keep throwing ideas out there to see which one finally breaks you? 
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It took me way too long -- because I foolishly used the wrong account in acquiring them -- but finally I got around to starting into the #OutlawKing books by +S. A. Hunt. Much recommended, and with good reason. An outstanding story, well told. The Whirlwind in the Thorn Tree starts at a leisurly pace, with only small hints here and there that there's much to look forward to. And then it hits home and the doors quite literally slide open into another world. Much respect. Excellent read. Internet-people, if you like mystery and real-feeling #fantasy and #books, pick this up.
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♥️ ♥️ ♥️ Glad you gave me a try—and glad you're enjoying it!
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I am @ahabicher. 

Fun with Time Zones:
I live in Central Europe, which means: 12:00 (noon) in Seattle or L.A. translates to 9 p.m. for me. Cozy 6 p.m. for the Pacific Coast means 3 a.m. for me.
New York is closer: 12:00 (noon) in NY means 6 p.m. for me. A relaxed East Coast evening meal at 7 p.m. happens at my 1 a.m. the next day.

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I am Andreas Habicher and I like #rpg, that is, not so much rocket propelled grenades, but rather: #pen&paper #roleplaying games. I blog as "Misoskop" (in German), I tweet as @ahabicher and I own a tiny little enterprise called "bichertext". I like literature, words, books, journalism (I've been an online journalist for some years), and I work in marketing & content management. I'm interested in filming and I like movies like the next man, as long as they have some decent dialogue and a good story in them. I also like good graphic novels and I would most certainly be honored to act as a Gentleman Companion to accompany, for a Modest Fee, the daring Aviatrix and accomplished Exploratrix Beatrice Henrietta Bristol-Smythe, DBE, on one of her High-Flying Adventures, when the Occasion warrants her an Escort.
What I don't know is anything about music, or trends, or about being hip or cool.
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If you live in New York, I live 6 hours in the future.
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