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Jared Hayter
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Hey, this is useful. A visual guide to common weeds of New Jersey from the Rutgers Cooperative Extension: #weeds   #foraging  
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Both parts of the BBC radio dramatization of Stanislaw Lem's Solaris is up for listening. Which do you think is a better sci-fi film, Tarkovsky's Solaris or Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey? #radiodrama  
A psychologist heads to a run-down space station to see what's become of the crew, and soon finds trouble. Stars Ron Cook.
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3.5E Psionics Wilder Class Known Powers

The class description for the wilder lists number of powers known and maximum power level by class level. Does the wilder have any ability to exchange lower level powers for higher ones as they level up or are they stuck with the powers they had at lower levels? The reason I ask is that the d20 SRD isn't explicit on the matter. By my reading of the chart presented there the wilder should be stuck with those lower level powers so I can't understand why it isn't presented more like a class feature with the format of "gain a level x power" or something similar.
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My mistake; my bleary eyes saw 'minimum' for some reason.

Both the Psion/Wilder have maximum power level just like Wizards/Sorcerers do. Wizards/Psions gain access to higher level spells/powers quicker than Sorcerers/Wilders.

The known powers and when they are learned is supposed to be different, for balancing purposes. The psion has more known powers with less power points when compared to the Wilder, just like the wizard can know more spells but cast less per day when compared with the Sorcerer.

Wizards/Psions = more choices/less castings/quicker learning.
Sorcerer/Wider = less choices/more castings/slower learning.
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Is the plural of grocer's apostrophe grocer's apostrophe's?
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My local grocer's apostrophe's misplaced.  Many grocers' apostrophes are misplaced, so it's okay.  They're only grocers, after all, not linguists.  :D
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A story so dark and shocking that I had to sit in the driveway to listen to the end. Listen for yourself then find out more about the childhood amnesiac Alex Lewis's twin brother kept him from knowing by following the link below:

http://bryanappleyard.com/mother-madness-and-memory/
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Absolutely terrible. If it were me and my brother, I think I would have kept it a secret from him too.
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When science and dumplings combine:
A chef-turned-food writer wanted to find a way to write about food objectively. He came up with a mathematical formula to evaluate the quality of Shanghai’s best dumplings.
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Since her book “On the Run” was published, the author has achieved a measure of fame that is rare​ for a young sociologist, but ​she now faces criticism over her facts and methods.
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Sean "I am Lakshmi Singh" Rameswaram does a segment on the amazing story of the Angulo brothers of "The Wolfpack" fame.
 
For seven siblings, movies became a window to the outside world.
The seven siblings featured in the new documentary "The Wolfpack" grew up in New York City, but they were shut off from the world. Then they saw "The Dark Knight" and everything changed.
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We Can Remember It For You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick available now in two parts on BBC Radio 4 Extra. #scifiaudio  
The story behind Total Recall by sci-fi master Philip K Dick. Hidden beneath false memories, a disturbing truth is revealed. Read by William Hootkins.
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Tonight is a rebroadcast of a really excellent Selected Shorts, featuring Italo Calvino's "The Distance of the Moon" read by Liev Schreiber and Ray Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day" (a Venus story) read by Michael Cerveris, with special appearance by Jad and Krully as the peanut gallery.
A moon voyage with Radiolab, and a trip to Venus with Ray Bradbury, are what we offer on this fantastical program, hosted by B.D. Wong.
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I listened to this last night - very enjoyable (and of course a little sad). Thanks for sharing!
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I never noticed before that cold kimchi effervesces when you put it into hot ramen as the built-up gases from fermentation (mostly CO2) escape. You can hear it fizz.
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Can't say yuck until you've tried it!
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Judging from the picture alone, I'd say those prison escapees are taking something of a detour.
 
The two convicts who escaped a NY maximum security prison might have gone to Vermont.
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I can think of spacier states than Vermont, but only a few.  ;)
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