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Cool back then there was no Zombies either
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I love old maps (and various subway systems, too).  Q: Did Harry Beck know his design style would be the inspiration for a hundred years?
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Yeah, that's a lot of brick and stone.
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AAAAAAAAaaaaaaahhh!!!!!!!!!   Yay!!!!
It's gonna be a good year.
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Many bricks to protect from zombies
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Humans used to live here.
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Curious to know if every individual element of this montage was found or if some were created specifically for this.
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Long ago, when I was a kid, I could have thought I'd be carving those for a living.

That was pre-computer-typesetting. 
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Having a swarm of robots to do targeted spraying is just crazy enough to work.
ANDREW Bate well remembers his light-bulb moment. He was sitting alone one night in the dark cab of his powerful new tractor spraying weeds on the family cropping farm near Emerald, in central Queensland. He recalls thinking about where it was all going to lead.
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I'm very excited about the potential of robotic farming to mitigate the source factors of Colony Collapse Disorder.
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Almost looks like a baddie from space invaders.
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Okay, this is kinda cool, though I'd worry that the groundskeepers would repeatedly try to "fix" it.

The left side of this cube had the name "Charles Folwer 1931-1995, Writer, Educator, Spokesman, and Advocate for Arts Education"
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    Software Engineer, 2012 - present
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    Software Engineer, 2011 - 2012
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    Software Engineer, 2006 - 2011
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This is a great little spot if you like a little variety in your pizza. The Calzone Ring is a circular calzone with a ramekin of red sauce in the center. Delicious and perfectly cooked. They prepare everything fresh so if you're in a hurry don't expect to drop by and get it to go; it's better to call ahead or have them deliver.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Everybody loves doughnuts and Krispy Kreme is the best at making them. This Krispy Kreme is always clean and bright. I love hanging out there with friends, sitting on the sofa and chatting while enjoying an original glazed. The employees are typically pleasant. The only downside I've noticed is the espresso machine seems to break down too often.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Braddock station is well kept. Note that there is very little official parking there but it's usually not hard to find parking in the surrounding neighborhood for a few hours in the evening. On hot summer days just take the first available train (whether yellow or blue) a couple stops closer to DC so you can wait underground where it's cooler while you wait for your desired line.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
This place is by far the best pizza and beer spot on the King Street Strip. The employees are always pleasant and really know their stuff. As there are too many kinds of beer to choose from, I recommend going with a flight so you can try a handful. If you want to live on the edge, tell them to surprise you with selections of their own choosing.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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Teaism is one of those friendly, hidden gems that combines a peaceful atmosphere and great food. There is a huge selection of tea flavors. My typical fare is the yakatori chicken and a chai shake (ask for it to be made with chocolate!). Stop in if you need a break after a busy afternoon on the National Mall. There is a lower level with more tables so the place is larger than it first looks.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
The "new" and expanded Ray's location has not lost any of the flavor. The burgers are cooked to perfection and have a good selection of toppings even if you don't want to spice it up (but of course it's better if you do!). If you have a chocolate shake with your lunch be prepared to slip into a delightfully satisfying food coma later in the afternoon.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Fabulous pizza and and a solid selection of beer. I'm not sure how they prep the pizza to give it such a rich flavor, but it's wonderful. Patio seating is great as Slater's Lane is fairly quiet. Note: Last time I checked you can't have lunch there on Monday.
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reviewed 10 months ago