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The 7 msot awesommest ways to bore - try it now, for $ 9.95.
 
Lmao! This was short, true, funny, and awesome! 
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Interesting. Personally, I would also take India's role into account. As India developes, it becomes a rival. That would make any 'soft power' nervous. (Also: I wonder if Tibet agrees with the 'soft' narrative)
 
Opinion: Should #China's neighbours be worried? http://aje.me/1kXFB7M
China's neighbours are growing increasingly concerned about Beijing's military manoeuvres.
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I have been officially "olded".
The intern at work spoke of "Dr. Horrible" and - in order to give everyone a frame of reference - explained that it was from "the same guy who made 'The Avengers'". Asked about Buffy she said: "Buffy?"

People who were worried that the young ones didn't learn Latin any more are now dead. The current elders are worried that today's young don't know about our cultural history from the 19th century,. But the cultural event horizon is, in fact, much, much closer. And closing. 
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Don't forget cursive writing. ..
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The cadet's logic is sound.
 
Chocolate Is a Plant...

Seems legit to me.. .Bring on the lunch salad chocolate.. :)

#chocolate #salad #foodanddrink  
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History.
 
Oh. If you are a history buff...
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This is way more funny than it should be.
 
These made me smile.
The world relies on rules and regulations to run in an orderly fashion. But there's a few people out there who are rebels. They won't follow your rules – they're their own masters. This post is for the first-world anarchists – the revolutionaries who don't care about your rules. OK, so ...
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"Thanks you for driving carefully" is great.
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Let's rock.
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Heh. A wonderful story, not contrieved at all, but well rounded and with full internal logic. It argues for free thought and individuality, and against strict control for control's sake. The whole thing conveys the feeling that the team that made it had fun doing it.
The master builders are losing a long battle against the evil President Business and his police robot force. In the form of the construction worker Emmet the council of good guys believe to have found the Chosen One, the master builder of master builders. But ... alas. Just a Joe Average, not even close to the cool of the others.
Along the way there is a lot of fun and excitement for the kids and tons of jokes and pop culture references for grownups. In fact, pretty much everyone in the audience had several laugh-out-loud-moments. Batman is just wonderful in every way. It also showed that even a bad cop has a family and a soft side - and that even in the nicest of persons there can beat the heart of a fearsome warrior.

There has been the fear that it could be a Merchandising vehicle, and yes: expect the kids to want to have more Lego after this film, but they don't promote any products or stuff, you just see a lot, with it being in the Lego-Verse with Lego Pirates, Lego Castles, Lego Cowboys etc etc and the fact that everything is made of Lego (duh!). Yet the story is powerful on its own, and it even says loud and clear that you don't need any special products to be awesome - you just need ideas.

I will definitely buy the DVD.
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Sounds legit: "These results suggest that men use physical risk taking as a sexual display strategy, and they provide suggestive evidence regarding possible hormonal and neural mechanisms."
The presence of an attractive woman elevates testosterone and physical risk taking in young men R Ronay, W von Hippel (2010) Abstract The authors report a field experiment with skateboarders that demonstrates that physical r...
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Now backed by empirical science, which should please the large population of science groupies here on G+.
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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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