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The only notable people in the village were the idiot and the atheist.
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Long time, no see.
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Scientists can now 3D Print Tracheas and test transplants are proving successful. Printing body parts. Yep, we're living in the future.
Dr. Faiz Y. Bhora, director of thoracic surgical oncology at the St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York, hopes to be the first to successfully implant 3D-printed tracheas in human patients.
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Next up. My jetpack

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Christians in Florida have opened the door for Satanic activity books in public schools and the lessons therein are great! "These bullies are mad and afraid of things they don’t understand," the instructions on the word-jumble reads. "Help Damian use inclusive language to defuse the situation."
Air Force allows members to omit 'so help me God' from their service oaths · LAPD shooting victim's family files $75 million federal civil rights lawsuit · Bipartisan lawmakers' group calls for resignation of federal judge accused of beating wife · Senate panel: Chinese hackers targeted military ...
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Yet again, smart move by The Satanic Temple (after the statue in Oklahoma and their response to the Hobby Lobby ruling, among other things). I've seen some scared / ignorant atheists responding to TST but their fight for equal rights and liberty truly deserves anyone's support (except Christians I guess :-)).
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An atheist, a Christian & a spiritual astrologist – all strangers – walk into a Whole Foods and talk about belief at the bar. Not a joke, just my afternoon.
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Are you familiar with +Dan Arel? He wrote a book about secular parenting, let me tell you more about it: http://emilyhasbooks.com/parenting-without-god
If you frequent this blog, you're familiar with the name Dan Arel; he was a regular content contributor to the site last year. Dan's most popular pieces were on secular parenting, and included Secu...
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Hello! This is Emily. Remember all those times when Homer was telling you about the game he's developing? This is it! We're launching and need your support. Order a deck of After the Titans today and enjoy a game with friends that one of your own friends created – for less than it costs to go out for a night.

The last day to place your order is August 31st. Click the Pre-Order button to be one of the first to own this awesome game & introduce it to your friends. http://eepurl.com/1b1jT
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Veganism, consent, sex positivity, peace, liberalism. There aren't ideals of a hippie commune, they're values of found in Star Trek TNG.
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This is why Richard Branson is in my dreams sometimes. He's a magical wizard! I'm looking forward to the success of this holiday un-program at Virgin. Happy, healthy, balanced people don't take advantage of awesome workplaces or their policies - and happy, healthy, balanced people is exactly what this un-policy will create.
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I don't give money to the church, but I do love Cheeses. 
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Farewell, Victor Stenger.
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A great author & a great guy! I was fortunate enough to have met him. Sad.
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I'd love to own a Ringly: It's a ring that alerts you to phone notifications through vibration & light. Tourmalated quartz, Size 7: https://ringly.com
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Amazon to Buy Twitch for $970 Million!

Amazon will be buying Twitch for $970 million in cash (the acquisition hasn't gone through government approval yet). Previous news and rumors were that Twitch could be acquired by Google. 

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Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/p/thankyou
Amazon: http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=176060&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1960768

#acquisitions #amazon #twitch #gaming #streaming #video
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A native Texan, Emily Dietle owns and operates Design Impetus, a boutique studio in Houston offering creative services ranging from web design to print to branding.

Heading the blog emilyhasbooks.com, Emily covers issues of atheism, humanism, state secularism, egalitarianism, and free-expression. She strives to spread awareness of these issues, online and in person.
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Offering a huge selection of roasts, this great little shop has been around for forty years. Right next to an excellent book store, what more could one ask for?
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Unclean facility inside and out. Friendly staff at the front. Don't expect pharmacy staff to offer explanations about medicine, you need to ask questions and check your bag before exiting the always lengthy line.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
My car was purchased outright upfront, and it supposedly had a perfectly clear record. When I discovered that the plastic underneath had been previously damaged (within two weeks of purchase) and poorly repaired with a brittle zip tie, I took it back to the dealership at the same time I went to pick up the plates. The plastic around the wheel case was also missing some clips, so I put on a new zip tie to secure it until the return trip to the dealership. When I arrived, the floor manager rudely told me that I was lying and added that even if their guys knew about the damage they wouldn't repair it. The store manager did not return my calls. In addition to selling a flawed car that was supposed to be in prime condition, Hub Hyundai also failed to complete an inspection on the car. I had to go elsewhere to pay for it myself, even though the inspection was included in the cost of the vehicle. Poor service and horrible, lying, rude management. I advise you to find a reputable dealership if you desire positive dealings.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of service and friendly staff at ToTo Dental. Doctor Le is especially knowledgeable and compassionate. The facility is clean, family friendly, and accepts Medicaid. The follow-up treatment and care is what completed my wonderful experience.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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Perfect for a casual business meeting, Coco Crepes is cozy and quiet with scrumptious food choices and a great spiced Chai latte. If you need access to chargers, choose the large wooden table in the back.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
A neighborhood gem, Maine-ly Sandwiches offers a unique fare of lobster and crab sandwiches, along with other northeastern delights. Be sure to grab a whoopie pie, they make them fresh in-house. This well decorated and clean restaurant has lots of seating options and the restaurant is family owned. The closing manager told me that the owner and his family are at the restaurant almost daily. It was such a delightful surprise to find this place.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
My first experience at the new location ended with a happy purchase and meeting some fun gamers. I'm looking forward to attending their events and seeing a larger product selection. Parking is limited, so swing around to Branard for public street spots. If you're like me, you'll have trouble finding the door, it's on the Branard Street side of the building. Good luck and get gaming!
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago