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So we just found this guy(?) Walking down our street
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Wowzers! My elementary school mascot was a tortoise, I got to "tortoise-sit" for two weeks during the summer and he GOBBLED our tomatoes. You have NO IDEA how long their necks are until they are eating your veggies that you thought were out of reach.
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Pau hana time!!!
much envy.  pupus and brew.  on Maui.  
Some guys just live right!
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Casualty of the winds today. This was the second downed nest we saw today.
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Despite public anxiety about extremists inspired by Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, the number of violent plots by such individuals has remained very low. Since 9/11, an average of nine American Muslims per year have been involved in an average of six terrorism-related plots against targets in the United States. Most were disrupted, but the 20 plots that were carried out accounted for 50 fatalities over the past 13 and a half years.

In contrast, right-wing extremists averaged 337 attacks per year in the decade after 9/11, causing a total of 254 fatalities, according to a study by Perliger, a professor at the United States Military Academy’s Combating Terrorism Center. The toll has increased since the study was released in 2012.
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337 attacks on US soil per year, causing 254 casualties!
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If you had a weak master password, change it now.
 
+LastPass hacked: email addresses, authentication hashes compromised

If you have a weak master password or if you have reused your master password on any other website, please update it immediately.

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of course their servers were overloaded when I tried to change mine.  But all done now and hopefully remembered long term....
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Mustache progress update. About 1 year in.
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Vegetarian, atheist, addicted to technology, love to garden, cook, make and drink beer.
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If you are extremely religious, extremely conservative, easily offended, or just a dick-head, you should not circle me.

What circles you might want to put me in, in roughly the frequency of my posts

- Politics (Supporting progressives, exposing horrors of the conservative right)
- Consumer Rights
- Gardening (organic, anti-GMO)
- Green Energy/Technology
- Vegan/Vegetarian cooking/recipes
- Ale (IPA/Belgian preferably)
- Atheism
- Technology/Science


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I have a green thumb, a love of technology,  a thirst for good ale, a desire to see social, civil, and environmental rights and equality, a hunger for good vegetarian food and a yearning for new ways to cook it.

I believe everyone should now how to garden, cook, make your own beer/wine/liquor.

We need more smart people to help with viable options to corporate mono-culture, factory farms, sweat shops, labor exploitation, debt slavery.
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Carbon3D Unveils Breakthrough CLIP 3D Printing Technology, 25-100X Faster
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In what may be one of the biggest stories we have covered this year, a new company, Carbon3D has just emerged out of stealth mode, unveiling

What 2,000 Calories Looks Like
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Even as restaurants talk about smaller portions, they continue to serve a full day's worth of calories in a single meal — or even a single d

Uber launches ridesharing service on Maui - Pacific Business News
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The service allows riders to order a ride via their mobile devices.

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The Green - Tickets - The Catalyst - Santa Cruz, CA - November 12th, 2014
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The Green's latest album, Hawai'i '13, opens with a chant. "From the times of ancient Hawai'i and even up to present day, chanting has been

The legs on this puppy-sized spider are a foot long
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Have you had any nightmares, lately? Would you like some? Then you'll love the South American Goliath birdeater. This furry spider is the si

COOLEST COOLER: 21st Century Cooler that's Actually Cooler
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The COOLEST is a portable party disguised as a cooler, bringing blended drinks, music and fun to any outdoor occasion.

University Develops Hemp-based Super Capacitors
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Clarkson University research team claims to have created super capacitors from cost-effective hemp that feature high energy density and fast

Read the emails in the hilarious Monsanto/Mo Rocca/Condé Nast meltdown
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Marion Nestle declined an offer for $5,000 to participate in a Condé Nast video series funded by Monsanto. James McWilliams turned down an a

Mushroom Garden in a Bucket | Motown Mushrooms
motownmushrooms.com

I can’t think of the exact day we came up with the idea. If you ask me, I would say that the Fungipail developed itself as a product.

Webphemera: The Astonishing Eggs of Alien Nations
www.webphemera.com

They look like they come straight out of a science fiction film, but these eggs are real. It's life, but most certainly not as we know it. T

'The A**hole Effect': What Wealth Does to the Brain
www.alternet.org

As people get richer, they are more likely to feel entitled, to exploit others, and to cheat.

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Los Angeles hockey fans proved last week that even the friendliest of drones can get a nasty reception from rowdy crowds. But the booze-fuel

Christine Rosen: Is Google Replacing God?
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In The Wall Street Journal, Christine Rosen writes that there are some things that the all-knowing Internet can't provide.

Vikings
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Introducing the extraordinarily complex and violent world of the Norsemen, HISTORY’s® first scripted series races the gripping sagas of hist

Veggie burgers are incredible. Wait for a seat on the rail and people watch.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food here is disgusting. Inside smells. Hopefully you're too drunk to notice.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
For $10 you get a tour of the property which includes education about sugar cane and their operations. I had no idea there was more than one type of sugar cane. Apparently there was more than 50+ in Hawaii before big-AG settled on the single top producer. They have a native field planted with just Hawaiian cane. Apparently the state of Hawaii is still considering what to do about allowing them to have a tasting room, so the tour doesn't include any tastings. They've planted an herb garden and fruit garden though in anticipation of being able to make you a martini with their Vodka and any fresh herbs you choose. Everyone we met was super friendly. It is also less than a mile from Surfing Goat Dairy so it's a good add-on tour if you're in the area.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
We went there for some pancake fun on their opening day. The place is considerably larger inside than we thought. It looks like they'll eventually have a full bar too, although when we were there they said they're still awaiting a liquor license. Each table had a griddle embedded in the table and we were given a choice of 4 or 5 batters. The batters come in a squeeze bottle so you can try to make art...as I tried but my skill level at pancake art is still at "cartoon palm tree" :) They had lots of sweet and savory fillings you could add, we opted for macadamia nuts, white chocolate, strawberries and their home-made nutella-like spread. The server clearly had a bit of opening day jitters and was obviously nervous but otherwise service was great!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Delicious. Best food I've ever had in an airport by miles. The one outside the airport is on our must visit list next time we are in Phoenix.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
If you're into farms, animals or food, definitely worth a stop. They give you a short tour, you get to feed and pet some goats, and then a cheese sampler for $10. All of the staff was super friendly and willing to answer all the questions we could think of, even after the tour. The cheese is _heavenly_ good. We bought some some Ole, which is Jalapeno, Artichoke and Cilantro flavored and spread it on some fresh Ono fish tacos later that night. One of my best meals on Maui.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great selection of fresh craft brews, ~10-15 more than their 3-4 large batch, popular brews. Food is well above the average brewpub food. Staff is all friendly. They sell and refill growlers for a reasonable price so bring in your jugs. They have a growler program where the 10th growler is only $3. Wednesday is logo-discount day, wear your MBC shirt or hat for discount pints.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago