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Warning: highly competitive, and no fun at all ;).
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You should send this list to +Rogue Deckbuilder.
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New Zealand is amazing for hiking. That picture was taken on day two of a four night trip:
http://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/tracks-and-walks/otago/wanaka-makarora/gillespie-pass-circuit/

Most amazing, but had to take the plane out because the river was too high for fording.
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In the comments, we have a "skeptic" trying to defend what he thinks is "organic". Or something like that. He failed miserably, but without even having to face any cognitive dissonance.
Interesting and fun encounter, in a way.
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OMG!  From now on I'm only going to use Free range, Organic, GMO-free, certified, Living Wage DHMO from the Health Food Store.
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This is a gem. An in depth analysis of the infamous junk paper disguised as a study.
Plurality of opinion, scientific discourse and pseudoscience: an in depth analysis of the Séralini et al. study claiming that RoundupTM Ready corn or the herbicide Roundup TM cause cancer in rats
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Wow, hard to believe when there is so much wrong with it.

Even before I got to the part where 50 animals per group should be used I thought 10 was way to small a number.

And using rats that are known to develop tumors makes it look like they were looking for some ugly pictures even before they started. 
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I'm a bit light on removal.
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They did alright. I won all games except for one where I kept a 5-lander and drew lands for five turns  while my opponent played a War Chant in turn 4.
I'd have certainly prefered burn or removal instead of them, but, you know, it's draft. You can't always get what you want ;).
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I wish this was a deck that worked.
Mana isn't perfect. Still missing scry lands, too. Temple of Plenty I still find too expensive, but I'd really need a GB one.
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+Danial Smith That still doesn't make the cards work in the deck.
There's no synergy.
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Had this troll-deck in my mind for quite a while but never came around to build it. It obviously works charmingly against mono-black.
Just wait for the Desecration Demon to trigger... and then sac it to itself :P
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+Eric Henry Catch//Release works on any permanent ;).
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I just had a weird game on MTGO that ended in a way I didn't expect.

My opponent played a Trostani, which I cloned.
He then played a Rhox Faithmender, which he then copied with a Progenitor Mimic.
After he got his token from the Mimic, I myself played Progenitor Mimic on his token (which makes two tokens instead of one). We each cloned some more tokens.

This went on for a bit until both of us hit the hard limit of 32,767 life on MTGO. I had 28 Rhox Faithmenders out (and a Trostani) and was planning on playing a Mimic on his Voracious Worm so I could eventually swing for 33,000 damage or so (after playing an overloaded Cyclonic Rift). Not much we could have done otherwise, attacking with Faithmenders doesn't really do much, does it and the rest of my creatures didn't matter as much, either.

However, on Turn 21 I had ten triggers from "Rhox Mimic" tokens on the stack and when #29 resolved and ETB, the game suddenly changed my life to -32,767 and I lost.

My Faithmender multiplier was at 268.435.456 (with the 28th, although make that 2x for the 29th) at this time, gaining me 1,342,177,280 life (in theory) for the first token, and 1,374,389,534,720 life from the last (sure, the hard limit still applies).

Why did my life total suddenly go 65,534 points down!?
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I know what happened: you were hit by karma u_u. You were just too much alive. World needs balance, you know... 
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I just reached a new level of incredulity and had to check if this conversation really happened.
Yepp. It did. O_o
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These NGO's don't discriminate btwn anti-corp activists, and misinformed environmental activists.  What I like to do is follow up w/ 2 or 3 why/how questions whenever an activist makes crazy claims online.  For instance, someone will say that Monsanto is trying to poison our food supply, and I'll respond by asking why would they do that?  I never get more than 3 how or why follow ups before they spend their time and anger complaining about 'Big' [fill in the blank].  It's not so much about the science.  They don't demand to know things about what Whole Foods sells, but they are outraged at what is basically the corporate equivalent.
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What's up with the spam lately? O_o
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Unsolicited, unwanted bulk posting = spam? :)  Yeah, leave it, its entertaining to see the stubborn disconnect to reality on display.
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The restaurant is located in a short street with several Italian restaurants in a cluster. Which seems to cause -- interesting -- competitive behaviour. We were approached by staff when slowly pacing by and asked if we wanted to have dinner. Directly approaching passersby is borderline awkward and seems unworthy of a good restaurant. This behaviour could be seen throughout the evening and quite a few tables were filled this way. We went in after checking the menu (we were indeed out to have dinner). It's extensive, which is usually not a good sign, but can work with Italian cuisine. Some of the specials seemed to be more "fusion" than Italian. We had a salad with tuna and mozzarella as a starter and then two pasta dishes. Quite tasty but nothing special. The service was well timed and overall adequate -- efficient, not charming.
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