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Anyone else think the lyrics are, "You never moan", not "You never know"? Also it's the "piece" that never got found i.e. puzzle piece.

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Stonehenge - IKEA style...
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One does not simply walk into Mordor...
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This is so funny I almost wet myself. Hang on, maybe that means I should get a prostate exam too...
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Ricky Gervais makes Karl Pilkington get a prostate exam. And so should you....
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+Anthony Holmes it's great when you find something that funny. It happens to me sometimes too. Humour is something that divides people as what one person finds funny others just think "what?!". For me, I don't like "embarassing" humour (thinking of Meet the Fockers, Something about Mary etc). It just makes me squirm! Also anything to do with a doctor sticking one of his fingers up your back passage should definitely be classified as not funny! ;-)
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Whilst I have huge respect for the man, this is tragic, if true. I want my kids to know me BEFORE I die.
Book publisher brings forward official biography of Apple co-founder, who told author: 'I want my kids to know me'
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Not good. Only serves to emphasise the "no-one on their death bed wishes they'd spent more time in the office." quote from someone or other.
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Genius!
Norwegian design studio Skrekkøgle -- the one that printed a photo with a cremated dog -- has a creative project called "Big Money" in which they made a giant 20:1 replica of a 50 cent Euro...
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This is going to send G+ into the stratosphere (IMHO). It takes all the work out of building an interesting portfolio of feeds.
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Starting today you can actually share your favorite circles with others! So if you’ve got a great Photographers or Celebrities circle, for instance, then you can share a copy with your friends.

To get started, just click on a circle from your Circles page, and click Share.

(Importantly: when you share a circle, you’re only sharing its members at that time. Also: the circle name is always private to you, and any changes you make afterwards are private as well.)

Let us know what you think in the comments!

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Hi, my name’s Owen, and I’m an engineer on the Google+ team.

One of my favorite parts about circles is how they help me control who I share with, as well as what I read. In fact, many of you have created lots of great circles around topics that interest you (like Photographers) to bring lots of great content to your stream. In these cases, we've heard that you actually want to share your circles with others. Both to save your friends some time, and to connect them with interesting people and content.

Today I'm happy to announce that we're launching exactly that feature. We let you take the circles you've created, and share them with others! Let me show you how it works.

From your circles page... select the circle you want, add a comment, and then share it.

When your friends receive your circle, they can then pick and choose who to add to their own circles.

Note that when you share a circle, you're only sharing its members at that time. The circle name is always private to you, and any changes you make to your circle afterwards are private as well.

We hope this new feature helps you share and find lots of great content in Google+, while still giving you important controls over how you read and share. Thanks for listening, and please keep sending feedback!
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Did you know that you can learn to read Korean in just 15 minutes? No, for serious! I made a guide just for you!
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I was away in Chicago with work this weekend and there was a jazz night in our hotel. Very nice I hear you say! Well yes, it was very pleasant thank you very much! But then this 10-year old girl stood up to sing, and I was fortunate enough to get most of it on video - blew me away! Enjoy. PARENT ADVISORY: apologies for the choice language of my work colleague near the beginning...
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Useful keyboard shortcut - arrow keys move you quickly through the notification dropdown.
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Pro Tip: Keyboard Shortcuts in the Notifications Dropdown

For those new-ish the service, you may not have yet discovered that the right and left arrow keys move you quickly through your notifications dropdown. I use this all the time myself.
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Thanks for sharing, +Anthony Holmes - great tip!
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Tiananmen "Tank Man" photo recreated in Lego.
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This made me smile. The lengths some people go to. Reminds me of the Lego Bible.
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