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Daughter made a bracelet saying: "Start into Summer". Son quickly followed up with "Paper is cool".
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Europe: Where it grows, where it shrinks.
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Eine neue Analyse des BBSR offenbart große Unterschiede in der Bevölkerungsentwicklung innerhalb Europas. Schrumpfende und wachsende Regionen liegen oftmals direkt nebeneinander.
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Mmmhm.
 
FABs. FABs everywhere.
Back in September, Hangouts switched from gray to green in its 2.3 update, ostensibly making the first baby steps on its journey toward join... by Liam Spradlin in Applications, Exclusives, Google, Leaks, News
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Green Leader -- A short comic about the pilot who crashes into the bridge of the Executor Star Destroyer in Return of the Jedi.

Kind of awesome.

http://www.space-mullet.com/2015/06/05/green-leader/
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The line between politics and insanity. Sometimes it is difficult to spot. Sometimes it is easy.
TV Land has pulled reruns of The Dukes of Hazzard off its schedule, a spokesperson for the network confirmed to EW on Wednesday....
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Personally I would not care - sounds like a setup for a Tarantino film or a Savage Worlds game.

Personally I have no dog in the flag fight. I get why people hate it on the statehouse, I know it was historically revived as a symbol for racists. I also know a gay black guy I've drank with who grew up lusting after the Duke boys as a kid. I guess you can see the show as part of a "Culture of Racism" that must be destroyed, but I think sometimes the goal of modern liberalism ought not be to erase history, but show it to people so they can understand it and avoid its mistakes. Using Dukes of Hazzard must blotted from history principles, I can make a pretty strong case that all things Washington should be blown up ISIS style, if one chooses to view them as symbols of a founder who owned other human beings.

I'm not really bemoaning the loss of the Dukes of Hazzard, which I haven't watched since I was like 9, but rather the infantalizing stupidity of modern liberalism, which treats people like emotionally delicate idiots. I consider myself a liberal, incidentally.
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Tonight is #rpg night. The NPCs took our backpacks, our musical instruments (#bards), our arms, armor, and all our money. We have less than we had when we set out from home.
But at least we still live, and I can borrow a knife to cut a new (non-magical) flute from a twig and earn a couple of bucks as a musician so we don't have to starve. #downward #successyeah
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Good heavens, while the rest of us got scattered, one of the group sneaked back in and rescued our instruments. Got a vicious cut with a shortsword for the trouble. A bloody hero, if you ask me. Heroine, in this case.
Sweet, sweet magical flute!
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Sometimes when I look at what's going on in the world I wonder if maybe EVERY political organization or movement might be infiltrated by their respective enemies, trying to discredit them.
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That would be nice.... But i think they're actually that deluded...
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Au weia. Zusammen mit der modernen Allzeit-Bereitschaft, sich von allem möglichen beleidigt fühlen zu können, läuft das wohl auf ein Ende aller Foren und Kommentarbereiche hinaus.
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Im Forum einer Nachrichtenseite wird jemand beleidigt und bedroht, die Posts werden kurz darauf entfernt. Doch der Mann verlangt auch noch Schadensersatz. Zu Recht, urteilte nun der Europäische Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte.
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Huch!
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Little frustrates me more in an #rpg than round-based movement in 10-second-spans and ZOCs. Enemies who run 18 yards in the first round while we are surprised, and attack in the second round while we draw weapons.
Enemies who run away and flee 38 yards in one round before I can take an action. (only valid option is one free attack when they start running, if you hold a weapon). Standing frozen for ten long seconds when all you want to do is run after him. But I have to wait until he has spent his movement, then stop playing music to prepare to run, then he runs again, then I run.
Ten seconds to draw a sword. Ten seconds to attack. 1d6 x 10 seconds to wake up when someone breaks down your door, yelling at the top of his lungs.
One really has to stop thinking about it as roleplaying, and start thinking about chess.
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1d6 x 10 seconds to wake up sounds right for me
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I am seriously impressed by the number of people who state in their postings that they have never before seen any #MadMax films. I thought these were classics, and practically mandatory viewing. How can there be so many people - and on Social Media! - who don't know Mad Max? It's almost like not knowing Captain Kirk.
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Yep, that's me!
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If you ever wondered why refugees from Syria cross the perilious mediterranean and hide in trains through France instead of taking the same easy route ISIS fighters stroll along in either direction: here are all the answers.
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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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