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This awesome game is up on kickstarter!  Throw some dough at the local kids (Jason Mayer and others) and get your copy before it hits store shelves! I can attest that its a lot of fun, and almost appropriate for the entire family as long as everyone thinks cannibalism is funny (and who doesn't?) 
A fast moving board game, where players compete in an alien cooking competition, and the main ingredient is PEOPLE!
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Inspired Madness.  What have you done today to make the world a better place?
A teacher gets 'rickrolled' by his student in this genius quantum physics essay.
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Possibly the only thing worth sharing on social media.
On July 17th Ratatat releases its fifth full-length album, "Magnifique," on XL Recordings, a solid five years after Mike Stroud and Evan Mast's last release, "LP4" from 2010. Follo
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This article is a good reality-check for anyone who forgets that The Internet, like soylent green, is made of people.
The unique 21st-century misery of the online shaming victim.
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Won't we need a new word for recalling/remembering a false or planted memory?  Premember?  Forcalling?  Will new words be needed for non-events we forcall?  Possible usage: "I premember seeing Justin Bieber get crushed by a piano on our noncation to the Bahamas."
The feat will help to reveal how more complex false memories, such as of sexual abuse or alien abduction, can arise in people
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In bid to confuse public, SCOTUS makes rational decision.
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What a fun time! Super touristy but everything was great. Street performers were the best. People watching mecca.
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reviewed a month ago
Good inexpensive sushi. Service is unpredictable, but I get the feeling they are trying.
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reviewed a month ago
Feels like the food here is a bit rushed even by McDonald standards.
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reviewed a month ago
Touched a shark! Petted a ray! Sea lions! Eels! Penguins! Scary weird fish! Sea dragons that looked like plants! What's not to love here? Spent about 5 hours here and don't think I even saw half the stuff to see. Kids loved it too. The restaurant inside was even decent. I got the burger.
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Awesome views and trails.
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What a fantastic day! We arrived mid-morning and parked, then bought tickets for a few hours later since we didn't want to wait at the bottom. During the intervening time we went to Palm Springs and dropped in on Joshua Tree National Park, then got back to the bottom of the tram with 15 minutes to spare. (You don't have to pay to park twice, btw, just hang onto your receipt.) The ride up is amazing - you want to grab a window space - just don't hold too tightly to the rail, as you will be spinning and the rail does not. Hard to describe the ride up, but its like being dragged from a desert into an almost alpine forest... lovely tall cypress cover the top of the mountain. Staggering views of the desert floor to the north. Breathtaking. Rather than read my crap writing, google some pics. Highly recommended.
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Very good food, very reasonable prices. Service was decent. Wish this place was in my hometown! Had the green curry (pork) and Tom Yum, and both were super-yummy in my tummy.
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