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Just realized, this morning, that I have been making websites for the last 16 years of my life... o.O

Sweet sixteen indeed!
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Because this is a good read on how to help a depressed person
The best ways to help someone who is struggling with depression, and why they work.
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The basic principles they now accept are called axioms. They are self-evident truths. A person owns himself and the fruits of his labor. She owns her property. And he has a right to self-defense, defense of that property; however, she also accepts nonaggression where his neighbor stands, for this is the dictum of cultural respect. It is antithetical to the barbarisms of socialism, communism, and the rampant Statism. It is these principles that have lifted the fog of thought, as if the anarchist has taken a smart drug without the side effects.
“Some things scratch the surface while others strike at your soul.” ― Gianna Perada When one becomes an anarchist he does not fling explosive cocktails at common people. She does not don black atti...
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Pretty much how I imagine people reacting to me by @sdolotom from DevOps Reactions http://bit.ly/21Qvdp7 via IFTTT
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how perfectionism kills love An interesting concept, which I kinda find to be true. So many around me search for love, the Perfect One that will make them forever happy. Yet, I only see them hit a wall in their unattainable love and constantly in a state…
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Random thoughts: Sleepy, not enough coffee in my veins, and I think there’s a medical limit to coffee ingestion…shiiiiiitttt! looks at her 3rd huge cup, wondering if she’s going to die Oh well… Where’s my Société des Loisirs? A year ago, I started…
Random thoughts: Sleepy, not enough coffee in my veins, and I think there’s a medical limit to coffee ingestion…shiiiiiitttt! *looks at her 3rd huge cup, wondering if she’s going …
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The Sexy Tragic Muse can be found in music, film, literature and pretty much every other form of media. She’s not dissimilar from the Manic Pixie Dream Girl – in fact, I would argue that there is some crossover between the two tropes – but she is also very much her own distinct type.  She is usually young, and nearly always white.  She’s often portrayed as being hyper-sexual – she’s the type that 30 Rock’s Jack Donaghy was referring to when he said “Emotionally unstable women are fantastic in the sack.” She’s damaged, often as a result of sexual assault or other abuse by men. Her life carries with it some kind of Deep Lesson, usually a lesson that a male protagonist needs to learn.
I have a very clear memory of the first time I recognized the Sexy Tragic Muse. I was in my early 20s and living in ramshackle old wooden house in Halifax’s North End. A friend and I were cha…
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Vacations are made to pass your entire day in pyjamas and sleeping, right?
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I'm actually lucky now, to work at a really cool place: work ain't a chore anymore :)
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Random thoughts: NEVER enough coffee in my veins on a Monday morning… Just watched Into the Badlands yesterday…this is a promising show: martial art moves, bad-ass characters, and a damn smoking hot redhead kicking all their butt and being too clever? OF…
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Now I NEED to watch it from the beginning....
Marvel’s Netflix series Jessica Jones is many things. It’s possibly the biggest surprise spotlight grab by a B- or even C-list comic book character since G
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Oh my. Not like I wasn't planning on watching it already, but ... yeah. :)
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Web Developer/Designer, Geek, Historian, Reader, Artist, Urban woman. Secretly dreaming she'll take over the world!
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An urban woman, studied in History at Concordia University, and working as a web developer-designer. Still trying to find her way in Life. Socialite, Geek, big reader. Likes to draw, walk, fan of the Dalaï Lama and J.K. Rowlings, curious of life itself.
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Un peu d'aide provisoire
studiopluche.blogspot.com

Bon, ça l’air que Pluche, qui est supposé s’occuper de la place icitte, a l’air pas mal occupé par les temps qui courent. Y fait des barbots

Renegade Mothering
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Join me in the fight against helpful parenting advice.

Connexion - Branchez-vous
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Bienvenue aux premiers branchés ! Veuillez-vous identifier ci-dessous avec le courriel utilisé lors de votre inscription ainsi que le mot de

Élections - Jeunesse dorée? | Le Devoir
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François Legault confond tout : les jeunes et la productivité, la belle vie et le...

Google I/O 2012
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Google I/O 2012 brings together thousands of developers for three days of deep technical content focused on building the next generation of

It's Okay To Be Smart • “Russia. Altai Territory. 2000. Villagers...
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“Russia. Altai Territory. 2000. Villagers collecting scrap from a crashed spacecraft, surrounded by thousands of white butterflies.” Hard to

Four more years
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Many people asked me over the last few months why I haven't been writing about anything political.

Branchez-vous
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Le nouveau Branchez-vous : lancement au printemps 2013

La paresse des jeunes selon François Legault - Le monde a changé! | Le D...
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La déclaration de François Legault, rapportée par Le Devoir du 14 août,...

House Roces by Architectuurburo Govaert & Vanhoutte | HomeDSGN, a da...
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Interior Design and Contemporary Homes Magazine - HomeDSGN, your daily source for interior design ideas, home design trends, contemporary ar

GeekFest Montréal
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Festival Geek de Montréal

» Le point sur Hard | Vincent Marissal
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La série soft-porn française Hard, qui a choqué le premier ministre Harper et son ministre du Patrimoine, James Moore, les poussant même à

Use an Altoid Tin as an RFID-Blocking Wallet
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Credit and debit cards with embedded RFID chips offer quick "swipe to pay" convenience, but they're also vulnerable to identity theft. One s

Soupe aux carottes et canneberges
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Oui, je sais, je vous ai dit que je ralentirais mon blogue. En effet, je cours pas mal. Sauf que..lorsque j'ai un coup de coeur, je dois le

5 Unusual Ways to Raise Successful Children
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J'irai marcher pour toi !
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Déménagement Constantineau - Déménageurs de Montréal
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Compagnie de déménagement et transport située à Montréal

Seriously one of my favourite pubs in Montreal! Original drinks, good food, great crowd and staff!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
An "old brasserie"-style bar in the Saint-Henri hood, it have gained a serious 'hispter/young' crowd in the last few years. While they do offer the "classic brasserie" beer (50), they have a nice variety - albeit small - of lagers that will keep your mouth happy. Or if beer ain't your type, their cocktails are really interesting: I highly recommend the 'Dark 'N Stormy' (Saint-James brun, Lime, Ginger beer). If you want to grab a bite, they got you covered with the usual pub food: paninis, chili or chips. The noise can get a bit noisy on week-end nights, so don't expect a lot of conversation after 10pm. But otherwise, they have an interesting scene life with band nights, and other cool activities. A place I like to hang out a lot in my part of town!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I unfortunately have a problem with paying close to 3$ for an average coffee of a medium format. Also, during the finals period, this place is overcrowded of students, so if you think of going in that place to talk with friends, you will be looked over with evil eyes. But the crème brûlée was damn good! Oh well!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
A recent coffeeshop in Pointe-Saint-Charles (a very much needed place indeed!), Café Bloom is a quiet place perfect for working or studying while taking a nice bite (veggie food, pastries, nice selection of teas and coffee). I have yet to try their week-end brunch (it is always crowded on week-ends), but overall, it's a pretty good spot in the neighborhood!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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The beef and goat cheese tartare was amazing, one of the best tartares I had in Montreal so far. The popcorn shrimps with quinoa in the breadcrumbs gave a nice 'light' taste to this normally greasy entrée. The chocolat and Frangelico mousse was just finger-licking delicious, and the service was really good. The only thing I might not like was the volume level in the restaurant (the music was a bit loud over our conversation), but otherwise, can't wait to go back and test the other tartares on the menu!!! Oh, and I forgot to include this: it doesn't cost a lot! Quite reasonable in the price. And they also do brunchs now on week-end! They have a nice 'pain doré' with old cheese and nuts; the classic eggs/bacon breakfast; pancakes; brioches; all sooooo good :D And it's for a really decent price! We loved our experience, and will absolutely go back again!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I'll have to go back later on, to see if there is any variation/change (it opened recently), but for now this new pub in Griffintown is quite promising. The only reason why I'm giving 3 stars right now it mostly because, while the food is seriously awesome (their ribs nachos...OMFG!!! Finally some interesting nachos!), the beer selection is limited (but still good) and their cocktails are...meh. I was disappointed. I'm not a fan of bitter/dry-taste cocktails, so it might not be for me. Oh, and another reason: They don't have a proper alcohol license. You absolutely need to eat something. I hope it will change later on. Otherwise, a really nice pub in a really new developing and hip neighborhood. Their terrasse is quite fun too.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Bâton Rouge is normally a restaurant I like to go (the one downtown Montreal, in the Complexe Desjardins, is one of my favorite of the branch). But this one left me...dissatisfied. The service was slow! Like...suuuppeeerrr slow. And yes, they may have a menu for the kids, but because of slowness of the service, your patience will grow thin while you try to calm down toddlers and preschoolers in their chairs. The food was an average "OK", nothing to drool on...except the special lobster poutine they had: that one was pretty good! The cucumber mojito tasted more like water than a mojito, unfortunately. Overall, the rest was pretty average for our experience at this branch.
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reviewed a year ago