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Figured it had to be done.  Ultralight chess table made with GloRope.com fabric and 2mm rope. 
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What do you charge for this table? Lol
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3.3 quake felt in Irving, TX.  Good times.
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Google's Android mascot seems to be up to no good as the troublesome chap, not to be mistaken with our well-behaved friend Lloyd (although he does enjoy travelling), was caught red-handed on Google Maps urinating on what appears to be the Apple logo. #android
Google's Android mascot seems to be up to no good as the troublesome chap, not to be mistaken with our well-behaved friend Lloyd (although he does enjoy travelling), was caught red-handed on Google Maps urinating on what appears to be the Apple logo. Google isn't shy when it comes to Easter eggs, but this entry – located near Rawalpindi, Pakistan – could be the result of someone...
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+Jim Norton piece is spot on.
We're addicted to the rush of being offended.
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Just one letter off.... When you ask your kid to put the wasp killer ON the freezer and they don't quite hear it right.
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Finally a decent map for the U.S.
 
There is a partial solar eclipse tomorrow, Oct. 23, 2014 visible to most of North America in the late afternoon. This is the last eclipse of 2014. For details on the eclipse including how to safely view it go to http://1.usa.gov/ZOgFdW The graphic shows the shape of the eclipse seen in different locations. A list of local times for the USA can be found at http://1.usa.gov/ZOh540 and for Canada and Mexico at http://1.usa.gov/ZOh7sG
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Native handwriting input on Android.  It works quite well.  Writing words on top of each other with a slight pause results in new words started, all of them being autoselected and 100% accurate in my little test.
Google Handwriting Input allows you to handwrite text on your phone or tabl...
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At the boundary between each zone, stories blend together. Somewhere in the New Mexico desert, the Roadrunner is pursued by a tireless Anton Chigurh.
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Earthquake felt here in Irving, TX. Did you?
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Felt it. Like a strong wind hitting the building.
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Woke up this morning and wondered about the origin of the word pajamas.

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Online Etymology Dictionary. 1800, pai jamahs "loose trousers tied at the waist," worn by Muslims in India and adopted by Europeans there, especially for nightwear, from Hindi pajama, probably from Persian paejamah, literally "leg clothing," from pae "leg" (from PIE *ped- "foot," see foot (n.)) + jamah "clothing."

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Periodic Table of Lessons: http://youtu.be/9xZU5lJFbos

Excellent videos and interesting content. Now the whole periodic table in an instructional set.
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Decent stromboli, thin bread though. Lasagna was OK, canneloni and manicotti was OK. Garlic bread was good. Dauce was good.
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Quaint Brazilian. Good selection, nice people. Get the pineapple.
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DBox seats were at a good distance from the screen. Sound was OK. Popcorn was good.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
Quite slow, but better food this time.
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Good dry rub. Wait staff wasn't excellent last trip, but it was adequate for lunch.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
Chips were OK. Salsa was good. Tortilla soup was a little different, but good. Taco salad was alright. Beef taco al carbon was OK, but meat was a little grissly. Cheese enchiladas were good with beef sauce. Tea was good.
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APR2015 - beef and chicken enchiladas were just OK. Service was also quite slow. Declining quality. Beef tacos al carbon and chicken fajita salad aren't worth eating anymore.
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