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Nations need borders for security, for revenue, for defense, for identity. But for fun? Introducing borders that giggle.
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Enjoy your own experiences. Let everyone else enjoy theirs the way they want - even if they're wrong :)
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"Christopher Columbus was awful (but this other guy was not)" http://feedly.com/k/19iDAgw
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And it's Brian May himself who classes her as "extraordinary"
 
The Music of Queen Re-Imagined by “Extraordinary” Classical Pianist, Natalia Posnova http://cultr.me/17BKlZY
Queen’s conjunction of the highly theatrical with the musically virtuoso set the bar for rock opera as high as it will go.
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Shanghai in 1990 and today
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Or you could just get a "proper" coffee machine :)
Coffee machine manufacturer Keurig is trying to make sure that competitor capsules won't work in its machines. How on Earth does this benefit the consumer?
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Wonder if an ink cartridge would taste better?
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The simple answers to the questions that get asked about every new technology
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Calling all major conspirators. you're not doing it right...
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The real reason the new iPhone 5S has a fingerprint scanner :)
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UK Internet censorship plan no less stupid than it was last year
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