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Janice Myint
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I remember when I had these for the first time in Puerto Rico.. Mmmmm 
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Hello Earth 2.0!
Remember the name Kepler 452b. Because in our search to discover if we are alone in this vast and fascinating universe, a sole life-harboring world among countless dead and uninhabitable planets, we may finally have a true candidate for Earth 2.0.
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there goes the neighborhood... =)
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"For most of us, water still comes from a very expensive faucet. But people are starting to recognize that water is all around us if we really look..."
Nature knows more than we do about extreme constraints. What can we learn from it?
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Mini coffee and donuts.. what a cute idea! :D
Brunch week continues and we loved our round up of mini pancakes yesterday that we just had to continue the mini trend today with mini doughnuts!These little
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Hey Pluto! <3 :)
LOL.. What are the chances? 

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I don't really mind so much what you label me as, doesn't change who I am. 😃

But I really should work on that +Turkka Hynynen​... know anyone who'd come out and help? 😃
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"All across the region, seismologists are looking at their watches, wondering how long we have, and what we will do, before geological time catches up to our own."....
The next full-margin rupture of the Cascadia subduction zone will spell the worst natural disaster in the history of the continent. Credit Illustration by Christoph Niemann; Map by Ziggymaj / Getty
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Not scary at all! Guess I'll be moving soon...
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"It could be just the drought-busting drenching that our parched state needs, but to journalists around the country it is already sounding like a major catastrophe before it's even begun"...
Um, guys? This winter could be a disaster! But the skiing is probably going to be insane.
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Well it's this or more sun I say bring the rains.. (but build up supplies people)  It's going to be a very wet one this fall.
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mmmmm... mini cobbler
 
Combine your favorite fruits into mini cobblers your guests will go gaga for: http://www.cooktv.com/3dvhk. 
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can't get enough of those chicken & waffles :)
We might as well call this mini week because we have another lovely mini brunch idea for you today and this one will blow your socks off...mini chicken and
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Come to our house; I make those.
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If there's one thing we can't get enough of on Colossal it's zoetropes, a filmless animation technique that relies on a rotating sequence of images or objects that's photographed or displayed with a strobe light to create the illusion of motion. We've seen a few different
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aka Adult ball pit :D  This looks like so much fun!
Brooklyn-based experimental studio Snarkitecture is bringing the ocean indoors, transforming water and waves into nearly one million recyclable translucent plastic balls. Covering 10,000 square feet of the National Building Museum in Washington D.C., the interactive installation titled "The
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Started out in Mechanical Engineering studying biomechanics and in particular joint replacements (think the Bionic Woman.. j/k!), but moved on to IT after graduation and caught the start-up bug (loved the fast pace and close knit atmosphere).  After joining and leaving several start ups, I joined Aardvark which was acquired by Google and I've been here ever since. :)
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San Francisco, CA
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Suffolk, VA - Princeton, NJ - Ithaca, NY
Love it! Every I go here I love what's on the menu. Beer selection is nice too. Beware if you go on a weekend.. pretty long wait times
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Extremely tasty! Portions are just right and the staff is very friendly. Only thing that would be more awesome is if they had a few more protein options.
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Went here for dinner during my last trip to Vegas. Amazing meal! Highly recommend the Surf & Turf and the Lobster Bisque.. mmmm. The service was great.. very attentive.
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What a magical restaurant! They sat us in a small cliff side nook over looking the ocean. The view was breathtaking and so romantic! The service is impeccable and food the best we had on our trip to Italy.. very fresh seafood and so tasty. Highly recommend the black pasta special and the marinated mussels.. so good we had the mussels two nights in a row! :)
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So happy to have five guys in the area! Love the fries!! :D
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Wonderful atmosphere, great service and food! Definitely recommended.
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