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I had to make a lithophane for my boss after he saw mine. 
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+Rob M. These are so quick and simple. A monkey could use the software. It only took 33 minutes to print this one at 6" X 4", and used very little resin.
Yea, I see me printing a lot of these. 😀
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Some nice sheet lightning tonight.

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That's pretty cool

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I was not for taking the flag down before. There was no unity in the cause of taking it down. I did not consider the flag at that time to be a flag of hate. It was a show of southern pride, a symbol of states rights above federal statism.
There was a feeling of being bullied into taking it down.
That time has changed.

The flag needs to come down now as a showing of unity. The past meaning of the flag has been tarnished by hate.

Please read Katrina's post. She makes me proud of my state and the bright future we have. She took it to the Lord and there was her answer.

Katrina Shealy's post from Facebook...

Katrina Frye Shealy
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On June 17, 2015 - 9 great South Carolinians were killed. Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters, grandparents were killed. Librarian, coach, custodian, barber, senator, pastors were killed. Good Christians professing their faith were killed. They were killed by a man full of hate and evil.
This hate is not possessed by all South Carolinians, just as all South Carolinians who fly the Confederate Battle Flag are not using it as a symbol of hate.
The truth is most South Carolinians are full of love and respect for all of their neighbors. The truth is nearly every South Carolinian has come together over the past week - unified by faith and love - to ensure the nation and the world know that hate will not overcome love in South Carolina. We have shown that, in times of tragedy, South Carolinians stands together, hand-in-hand: black and white, Hispanic and Indian, all races and religions. The truth is most South Carolinians do this not by looting our neighbors' businesses, not by destroying, not by fighting; but rather by coming together and praying.
The truth is most South Carolinians who fly this flag do so as a symbol of history.
While I was not in the Senate when the vote was made to fly the Confederate Battle Flag on the Statehouse Dome and while I was not in the Senate to move it to the monument on the Statehouse grounds, I am in the Senate now - when calls have been made to make immediate decisions on the flag. Many of these calls have come from folks outside of our state. Many of these calls have come from political talking heads looking to gain national media attention.
As I always do, I listen to my neighbors - the great people of South Carolina I represent in the State Senate. And, as I always do on the tough decisions that need to be made, I listened to God our Father through prayer and through Sacred Scripture. Galatians 3:28 reads "There is now no distinction neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is not male and female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus." And, Isaiah 43:18 reads "Forget the Former things: do not dwell in the past."
It is through these prayers and reflections on scripture that I have been moved to ensure we move forward. It is through these prayers and reflections on scripture that I have been moved to ensure we do not allow the past to dictate our future. It is through these prayers and reflections on scripture that I have been moved to ensure that those who use this particular flag as a symbol of hate no longer point to our statehouse grounds as justification to continue doing this.
There will be many who disagree with me and many who will think it is the right thing to do. No matter which side you are on, I ask that you please respect my intentions to ensure all South Carolinians continue to stand together in efforts to do the right thing.

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+J.J. Valenzuela Idano...a while. ;)
His posts bring a lot to the table. I disagree with many, but enjoy them all the same.
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I haven't looked to see if this is true. If it is, then good for the man making the comment. The love of Christ permeates situations like this.
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A good day to be a puppy.

I originally posted this as an album from Photos. I did not like the way it posted. It just gave a link to the album, and lacked the fluidity of a typical Google+ photo post. So, I selected all of the pictures from the album this time and posted them like that, instead of posting the album itself. Seems counterintuitive.

Anyway, enjoy the cute little pups.
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I made this lithophane today on our 3D printer. I thought it was pretty neat.
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Yea exactly
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Nice article...
Dylann Roof visited a church last Wednesday night for the worst reason imaginable. He was welcomed into a Bible study where he sat with the congregants for an hour before he acted on the unthinkable evil he came to do. Later on he would tell the police that he almost didn't go through with it ...
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What a great design!
Check this out +Jeff Setzer 
 
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The Dynastor darius caterpillar is one of nature's greatest mimics. During its pupal stage, its chrysalis is shaped like the head of a viper ready to strike.
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This will be a first.
HuHot Mongolian Grill is a customizable Asian restaurant experience with over 50 locations across the US. Create your own unlimited stir fry!
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+Brian Charles It was really good. The fact that you have so many choices of raw ingredients, and sauces is phenomenal. I chose to wing it on every trip, but they also had little "recipe" cards that you could use. They had a list of ingredients and sauces, with measurements. My wife used a card for one trip, and the food came out great.
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I'm going to need to try this when +Heather Miller​'s Aunt starts bringing plums to +Patricia Johnikin​.
 
Our Clean Eating Balsamic & Ginger Glazed Plums are a delight for the senses. This intense, tangy and spicy syrup pairs perfectly with sweet plums and vanilla ice cream. http://buff.ly/1FqTYg8
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Some Jambalaya for dinner. 😀
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I wish I would have spiced it up a bit more. But it was still good. 
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