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A normal marble run for about 15 seconds before it starts getting more and more magnetic.
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A person editing photos with one monitor always knows what their pictures look like. A person with two monitors is never sure...
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The Twitterverse's effect on public discourse is like computerized trading's effect on the stock market: it makes it subject to wild swings beyond all common sense. Before you pile onto the next mass shaming, consider whether you're doing it for your own selfish ends, and whether you really have all the context.
 
"Still, in those early days, the collective fury felt righteous, powerful and effective. It felt as if hierarchies were being dismantled, as if justice were being democratized. As time passed, though, I watched these shame campaigns multiply, to the point that they targeted not just powerful institutions and public figures but really anyone perceived to have done something offensive."
The unique 21st-century misery of the online shaming victim.
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Lake Tahoe is as lovely as always, but the water is very low. There are these long docks that don't even make it out to the water.
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Mandy crafted me in Fallout.
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The family's old SX-70, given one more breath of life thanks to The Impossible Project's partly-successful attempts to reproduce the original Polaroid film. This camera is, I think, the most beautiful industrial design ever - a sleek magic box of brushed chrome and leather, that opens up with one pull into an SLR that prints its own pictures. The black plastic autofocus appendage on this model somewhat mars its clean design - but hey, it focuses WITH SONAR.

The Impossible Project's film comes out a bit washed out (pre-Instagrammed?), but I'll play with it some more.
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PUMPED UP KICKS | DUBSTEP | KJ
 (Tribute cover of Marquese Scott)

SONG: Foster the People - Pumped Up Kicks
Artist: Butch Clancy
Original performer: Marquese "NONSTOP" Scott
Tribute cover by: KJ Takahashi

http://youtu.be/JVgdMzWAt6g

https://vine.co/v/OT3iKrjXZHp
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Free! Christmas came a little early. It's not the Extended Edition, but I'll take it.
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Mavericks beach, last January.
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Great selection and service! Our family of 4 is headed to a dude ranch, and wanted appropriate boots for riding. The gentleman working the shop gave us some pointers on what to look for and what our various options were, and was there for us if we had questions, but also gave us ample time to browse around unhurried. The boot inventory is focused on western, "Cowboy" style boots, but has others, too - my teen & pre-teen daughters aren't particularly into the western look, but ended up finding boots they were happy with. My wife and I were willing to go for a full-on cowboy boot, and had a lot to choose from in our sizes, from simple to fancy. We both managed to find nice boots that fit comfortably and looked good. While the gentleman was ringing up our purchase, he noticed a flaw we hadn't seen with one of the boots, and proactively adjusted the price downwards for us. We were after fairly simple boots, but you can also find exotic leathers, fancy colors, etc. This is also a place where you can find Wrangler brand jeans (apparently preferred for riding due to the thinner seam on the inseam vs. Levis and most others), cowboy hats, and other western wear (shirts, belts etc.).
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
My wife and I have been coming here 1-2 times a month for the past couple of years, either on Date Nights by ourselves or with our two young kids. The Cupertino Square 16 theater is like our "secret" theater, showing the major movies on good screens without the same level of crowds as the other area theaters. The one other lengthy review here describes a seemingly unpleasant incident, but we haven't seen anything like that in our dozens of times coming to this theater. The staff at the door and the concession stand have been steadily friendly and professional, and half the time on our way out of the theater, there's a friendly staffer out there thanking us for coming and wishing us a good day, while they wait for the room to clear out so they can clean it. This place is pretty new, so the theaters and the lobby area are clean and modern, the seats are comfortable, and the audio/video experience is fine too. (Our one bad experience: a live "Fathom Events" show where the audio was ever so slightly out of sync; I presume they've worked out the kinks in that live simulcast system) The location is a bit awkward. This theater was implanted into the middle of a struggling shopping mall, so you have to park in the overcomplicated mall parking garage and work your way in. The box office and electronic ticket kiosks are at the mall shopping level (once the second story of the mall, but now the only functioning story), then you take an escalator up to the theater level. This ride up through a spacious mall atrium is designed to be grand, and it's pretty impressive, though we feel bad for the concession staffers when the setting sun blasts right through the glass all the way through the lobby and into their faces. On early-in-the-week evenings, the place is pretty empty; we almost always get to sit in our favorite spot in the theater. On big movie weekends, it can get crowded, though; this past Sunday morning, during the first release weekend of "Wreck-It Ralph", our theater did fill up. If you come frequently, the AMC Stubs card is a pretty good deal, getting you discounts on concessions and points that you can accumulate and spend on tickets or concessions later. For frequent fliers like us, it's well worth the cost of the card. [update, Jan 2016: nothing to change, really, we still come here frequently. The surrounding mall is doomed, and I'm not sure what's going to happen here, but for now, the theater still operates and provides us a pleasant movie experience, once or twice a month.]
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