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Athena: "Look!"
Me: "Wow, those must be small planes, I can hardly see them from here."
Athena: "Maybe it's crows farting."

#doritosforthesuperbold #superbowl #crowsfarting
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Final results from Iowa are still not in, but at this point I think I can call it: with 98% certainty, it looks like I will not be the Democratic nominee for president.
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You're also not out tens of millions of dollars, so I'd say that's some sort of victory.
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Many conversations with a one-year-old are surprisingly urgent.

Finn: "Mama!"
Ann: "What?"
Finn: "Mama!"
Ann: "What?"
Finn: "Mama!!!"
Ann: "What!?"
Finn: "How are you!?!"
Ann: "...I'm okay. How are you?"
Finn: "Okay!!!"
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The logo was widely lampooned as emblematic of the intelligence community's tone-deafness to public sentiment. Incidentally, an octopus enveloping the planet also so happens to be the logo of SPECTRE, the international criminal syndicate that James Bond is always thwarting. So there's that.

Privacy and security researcher Runa Sandvik wanted to know who approved this and why, so she filed a FOIA with the NRO for the development materials that went into the logo. A few months later, the NRO delivered.
When the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) announced the upcoming launch of their NROL-39 mission back in December 2013, they didn't get quite the response they hoped. That might have had something to do with the mission logo being a gigantic octopus devouring the Earth. Researcher Runa Sandvik wanted to know who approved this and why, so she filed a Freedom of Information Act with the NRO for the development materials that went into the logo...
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// Just because a toy's packaging says it's educational doesn't make it so. That's the finding from a new study in JAMA Pediatrics that found some toys being marketed as language promoters got in the way of learning. //
New research says some "educational" toys for infants actually get in the way of learning.
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Cute: Finn, at 19 months, can say the word "submarine" really clearly.
Cuter: Finn is saying submarine because he likes "Yellow Submarine" by the Beatles.
Even Cuter: The little dance he does when "Yellow Submarine" playing.
Cute Integer Overflow Error: Finn screaming every time the song ends, so we have to listen to "Yellow Submarine" on loop, all morning long.
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I made Pearl's spear, Amethyst's whip, Garnet's gauntlets and Steven's shield for our Steven Universe Halloween costumes this year.  They've held together way longer than I thought they would, but playtimes with my daughter have taken their toll.  So instead of tossing them, I fixed them up a little and put them up on my daughter's bedroom wall.

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I made Pearl's spear, Amethyst's whip, Garnet's gauntlets and Steven's shield for our Halloween costumes this year. They've held together way longer than I thought they would, but playtimes with my daughter have taken their toll. So instead of tossing them, I fixed them up a little and put them up on my daughter's bedroom wall. Pictures of the costumes here: <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://imgur.com/gallery/vLJmB">htt...
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Just a preview of what will happen when robots replace chefs.

Read the whole thing, the recipe gets pretty personal:

"wash a few slices of lemon juice and pour all of them into deep narrow gashes in the bottom of your hands for thirty hours"


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please try this recipe i made using a predictive text imitator and The American Woman's Cook Book (1938). Embedded image. 5:45 PM - 3 Feb 2016. 2807 Retweets2942 Likes. Reply to @jamieabrew. Replies. jitka. Feb 3. jitka @jitka. @jamieabrew 4 slices of hot food. Benjamin Zanin ...
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#BAMF for #BlackHistoryMonth  Now THIS is a cat I'd love to see a biopic about!

From Wikipedia: As a politician, Smalls authored state legislation providing for South Carolina to have the first free and compulsory public school system in the United States, and founded the Republican Party of South Carolina.
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A little bit of California:
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"Love is what you need. And technology and an architect. And work hard to be great." 
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Finally, a mathematical formula for humor.

In other news, did you hear about the mathematician who lost the bake-off? It was because his pi r square. 
How do you quantify something as complex and personal as humour? University of Alberta researchers have developed a mathematical method of doing just that—and it might not be quite as personal as we think.
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Googler on the Search Quality Team and a bit of a geek.
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I work on Google's Search Quality Team, trying to make the web a little bit better place for searchers and webmasters.

This is my personal account, but feel free to follow if you're interested in stuff related to Google, web design, programming, maps, photography, random funny things my kids says, and related geekery.
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China's Ingenious Online Dating Scams Put Ours To Shame - BuzzFeed News
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A new study of the largest online dating site in China reveals hundreds of thousands of con artists.

The Upside of Irrationality - Books on Google Play
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The provocative follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Predictably Irrational - Why can large bonuses make CEOs less productive? - How

We Must Imagine Sisyphus Happy - Existential Comics
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Permanent Link to this Comic: http://existentialcomics.com/comic/29. Support the comic on Patreon · Follow on RSS Follow on twitter Follow o

DragonBox Elements
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Embark on a great learning adventure! Discover the fundamentals of geometry with your family! Watch your kids learn geometry in a matter of

Periodic Table of Elements
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Our periodic table is inspired by this diagram, which roughly sizes elements by their frequency in the Earth's crust. Searching for a more p

SanDisk Extreme Plus 32GB
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The Extreme Plus is as fast as you can get without spending too much and it’s made by a reliable manufacturer that provides a lifetime warra

The tasteless history of the peeing Calvin decal
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Find out why you see bootleg Calvins on the back of so many car windows.

Make Finding a Job Your Job - fieldstudy Blog
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After I graduated, I wasn’t really sure how to go about getting a job (hint for those of you graduating soon: line up an internship or job y

The 10-Second Résumé
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You’re not a homogenous list of boring bullet points

Name of Thrones | JasonMorrison.net
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When you ask the Internet to vote on the name of your baby, you should expect something like this. Over the past few days we saw a huge surg

Name This Couple&#39;s Baby &amp; They&#39;ll Give $14,000 to Kids in Need
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What do you think of parents who let the Internet name their baby? Think they're idiots who just want a little fame? Hold that thought. Beca

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Welcome to Vizual Statistix! My name is Seth Kadish. I live in Portland, OR, where I work as a data scientist. To learn more about me, visit

One Today by Google
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Want to be inspired and help change the world at the same time?One Today is an app that lets you give a little, and change a lot. - Get insp

Spring Cleaning – 4 Steps to Rehab Your Old WordPress Blog | JasonMorris...
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I'm thinking about doing a bit more writing, and to be honest I have left this blog pretty unloved since my last redesign in... hmmm... 2008

MVCPA March Events
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Peninsula Youth Theatre presents. THE SOUND OF MUSIC. March 1 through March 9 Thursday at 9:30 am. Friday at 9:30 am &amp; 7:30 pm. Saturday at

The Descent to C
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The Descent to C. by Simon Tatham. 1. Introduction. This article attempts to give a sort of 'orientation tour' for people whose previous pro

I hate to base a review on just one thing, but the bathroom situation here is just awful. Crazy long lines for the restrooms, and the few porta potties they had were trashed and almost overflowing.
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We were super excited to find this place - Myrtle Beach has lots of chain restaurants, and lots of random local pancake houses, but it's hard to find something you can't get everywhere. Artburger has burgers, sushi, and crazy-good combo sushi options like the burger roll and the Carolina roll (pulled pork).
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Delicious pancakes, friendly staff.
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Crazy crowded. Kind of maddeningly crowded. Nice exhibits, but small.
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