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Oh... okay, then.
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Cars for Christ? Well, where the hell were they when that whole donkey ride to Egypt was going down?
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It's impossible to ask a question anymore. There's no point asking questions anymore. The answer is always "just google it." I don't need friends, I just need Google. All hail Google, supreme master of all earthly knowledge
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True friends will not say "google it", they will tell you "I don't (know/remember/am not sure) let me google it for you" :-)
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PSA since it's coming up:

I don't want anything for my birthday. No hubbub, no hashtags, no organized event thingy though I doubt that was on the table in the first place. It was lots of fun last year and a nice change of pace but usually I'm pretty low key and all the pomp and circumstance just isn't me. Feel free to say happy bday if you happen to see my name under 'recent birthdays', but don't plan on planning anything. Apologies if this post sounds ungrateful. <3 you guys. And remember to celebrate your friendships daily, not just one day a year.
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Fine be that way...I am returning your present  : )  
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Apparently Tina Fey would play me in the movie version of my life. I didn't know that my life warranted such high-budget A-list actors... always sort of suspected that my life was a comedy, though.
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I got Emma Watson too lol 
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In Outlook, how do I make it so my first and last name are hidden on outgoing emails? My account has my name set in the settings, but I can't set the field to blank. When I do, I am reassured that I will be able to control who sees this information, but I can't figure out how.
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just curious, why do you need a mail client at all? There be dragons.
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.. losing time..
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.. still running...
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Hey, can anybody give me spoilers of the How I Met Your Mother finale for a guy who hasn't watched the entire last season? All of the spoilers I find online are written in a way that assumes I actually watched the episode, or assumes I know what's going on, or are riddled with needless opinions. I have no intention of watching the episode but I want to know how that dude met his kids's mother. Thanks.
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Actually, the mother had died six years before Ted began telling the kids the story.
The finale shows (briefly) that Ted and Tracy (the mother) loved each other very much and lived happily (they even got married, but after having the kids). Meanwhile Robin realized that marrying Barney and not Ted was a mistake and drifted apart from the gang (shown) but later reconnected with Ted (mentioned by the kids, not shown directly).
The twist is that the kids tell Ted that they saw through his story, and realized that the real reason Ted is telling them all those stories about his single years with Robin and the gang (with the excuse that he met their mother at Robin's wedding) is because Ted wants their children's approval for going after Robin again.
The last shot shows Ted with the blue French horn, below Robin's window, a similar scene played in the pilot.
The end actually is quite fitting to a show where many times Ted told a story that seemed to be about X but was really about Y...
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The show could have been called "How I Met Your Stepmother, which led me to meeting your mother", because the show starts with Ted meeting and falling in love with Robin, and ends with him finally about to get her so she will be the stepmother to his now teenage son and a daughter.
But that title would have given away the ending. :-)
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1. We all agree that art and science should be combined, correct? Artistic illustrations of scientific concepts allow for better understanding of the subject in a larger group of people.
2. Is a picture of a girl wearing a coconut bra in your abstract not art? Is this not the science-art combination that scientists should seek after?
3. If it is not art, is it possible to illustrate this concept in an artful way to aid scientific discourse?

I don't know the answer to these questions, but in the name of science I think we need to find out. Ladies (...or dudes?), pls post pics of yourselves wearing a coconut bra, and make sure the pics are as artful as possible. Do it ... for science.
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Going to need bigger coconuts.
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...I want to get off Mr. Bones' Wild Ride.
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2048 was too easy, tried 4096, still not too bad, but this one... this one I had to quit because I just couldn't lose no matter how hard I tried.

Fun game but I think I'm done with it for good now. lol
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Science, nature, photography, tennis, art
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Documenting the incredible diversity of plants and animals (especially insects) in coastal southern california by means of photography.
www.cmalloryphotos.com

I'm always happy to assist in IDing any animal or plant (especially insects) that you may have photographed to the best of my ability, so feel free to ask! If I can't help you I can try to direct you to another resource that can. Also consider joining the Insects Community on G+ if you wish to engage with fellow bug lovers.

If you still don't know what I'm about, here is a list of five good reasons for why you shouldn't circle me and here is an index of some of my better posts.
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