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Hey, it's the little accomplishments that matter

My first manbun.
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Took me two days to master that +Alysha DeShaé Terry I'm not willing to put in the time to be "great" at it ;-)

I'm envious +Suzanne Roberts my rat's nest look like something you'd find in a corner of a home with a Wire Fox Terrier.
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Generally speaking

Fuck people who think being edgy or "cool" is exploiting the fearful or insecure in an effort to be better than or more than.

Fuck those pitiful sad, hopeless people.
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Had no idea about the seeds

I just thought it was damn purdy bloom
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I think I have a picture of a flower like that.
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Never happened to me, not even a little

Given the patrol cars slow down to see what the crowd is about and then keep right on rolling.

More than few times, they've stopped to take a look with us and thanked me for doing something so cool.

Just goes to show, even the cops who deal with the violent mentally ill, drug addicts, chronic homeless and other dangerous/disruptive suspects on a hourly basis, are not ready to jump to the worst possible conclusion.

This was the ONLY version of the story that included the police being "apologetic" for the misunderstanding.

http://www.grandforksherald.com/news/crime-and-courts/3825602-fargo-police-apologetic-after-mistaking-students-telescope-gun

I dislike reporting that cherry picks or edits stories to slant them towards fear/hate mongering and refuse to re-post those versions.

Take a look at this same story floating around G+ from other sources and you'll see my point.

#telescope   #astronomy  
Skip to comments. Fargo police 'apologetic' after mistaking students' telescope for a gun · Grand Forks HerLd ^ | August 26, 2015 | Aaron Burner. Posted on 08/26/2015 9:36:00 AM PDT by skeptoid. FARGO – A pair of NDSU students got quite the scare Monday night when armed Fargo police officers ...
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All the fans can take the weekend off

One person is the leading the charge of belief that Tesla stock should be so overvalued.

He is the Godzilla of cheerleaders.

Clearly, the is a distinct difference between a great product, a fantastic vision and a stock's value.

When speculation leaves analysis and logic aside, it is no longer speculation.

Unless, that speculator has insider knowledge which is illegal, right?

Not when everyone is making profits.

In that case greed, belief and irrationally based prophecies are the siren's call for zealots.

Or just another day on Wall Street.
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Capcom's diversity and sensitivity training is...

(Fill in the blank with your most creative answer)

::sips his coffee and waits::
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Must be the new costume nano-technology fibers +Iris Mori​ ! Or the moving that much mass would have reduced frame rates ;-)
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Even I can admit this is over the top

Taxation of undesirable desirable behavior via fines is bound to cause problems.

Was the garbage left behind any less? Hard to tell from this article...
Since the northern half of Dolores Park reopened this past June, the city has stepped up enforcement on minor quality-of-life issues under the guise of reducing littering in the park. And so, when we noticed a park ranger at Dolores this past Saturday, we thought it would be interesting to follow h
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I feel the enlightenment

Yup.
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Kind of amazing what you can do with enough money

Can someone people give  this once over for me?

The way I read this is: Sesame Street will first run on HBO (WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK?!?) then go PBS after nine months of pay to watch, children's non-profit TV.

Yes, there will be more shows per year but once more, I say: How?!? WHY?!? WTF?!?

#wtf   #pbs   #hbo  
LOS ANGELES — The Muppets, longtime residents of PBS, are getting a second home at HBO.
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Business sense is the reason and I do understand that +Richard Orth money is needed to make shows.

Yet, somehow the BBC makes great shows without commercials or sponsorship and that's how I think of PBS - could be.

I'm not saying that Sesame Workshop shouldn't do what's right for them business wise, I just think they should not allow any content to be held hostage. 

+Al Middleton shows an example of the trend so, I guess I'm just behind the times. My kids grew up a decade ago which would explain things :-)
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Apathy is a now a superpower

Basically, if you're weak (emotional) or a fool (ignorant) , you don't deserve what you have (money) and taking it from you is skill to mastered.

Similar to the victorious in war, the conquerer in colonization and the corporation in consumer market..

What could possibly be wrong with a global finance system that makes provisions for the snake oil salesman, grifter & con artist?

The man has to buy his wine...
While a lot of investors were hitting the panic button Monday, a Japanese day trader who’d made a big bet against the market timed the bottom almost perfectly and narrated a play-by-play of the trade to his 40,000 Twitter followers. He claims to have walked away with $34 million.
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A daily occurance

Any sort of apocalypse will do.

Even primates, dolphin or cockroach overlords.

I'm OK with an enslaved humanity that can't talk.

Via +Abi Grey
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Creative, welcoming and utterly unique! From the spectacular original artwork to the life changing classes, 3 Fish Studio is an Outer Sunset gem. A true community based business that offers affordable, completely open classes on how to bring out your inner artist. Decorate your home with their fantastic work or learn how to make your own.
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Attended a friend's birthday party in the back room of Cafe Europa and enjoyed one delicious appetizer after another complimented by a well chosen assortment of wines and beers. Staff were friendly, attentive making excellent suggestions to those unfamiliar with the menu. Fourteen entrees arrived quickly and well prepared. Each one I sampled was as tasty as the last and a wonderful celebration was made all the better with a great food, great service and cozy atmosphere.
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Find what you want without knowing what you're looking for. This is the new benchmark for Comic Book stores. Neat, tidy, easy to browse and expansive in a way a store ten times it's size couldn't hope to be. They ordered a few hard to find issues, cheerfully, made new customers feel welcome and were proud of their hard work. Online sellers should be worried: this store gives the customer value and selection with and experience that is impossible to duplicate over the internet.
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Comfortable yet too loud to have a conversation. Well staffed with decent list of beers and easy to locate make it the perfect place to your out-of-town friends.
Atmosphere: GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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Everything you'd need for projects that extended far beyond home repair with friendly, staff that is cheerfully happy to help.
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Delicious food matched with an exquisite selection of tequila. Family owned and it shows. Comfortable, attentive and authentic. When they make their own tequila, you be sure the food is well matched and perpared with care.
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For the person who looks for not just something they need or something to buy, this store is nirvana. From the fair trade and economically empowering items to the local artists like Nadhi Chanani, the funky yet adorable baby onesies and the engaging staff; this store is your one-stop shop for being a consumer for a cause.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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