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Oh right I said that and then read the link... lol that was dumb XD
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+Nick Bess - who knew the guy had taste AND Talent?!? 

I told him that if I had a big 70s era panel van, I'd totally get this airbrushed on the side. 
 
Guy on a Buffalo - A real American hero

I wanted to make an epic drawing to go with the epic "Guy on a Buffalo" songs! Based on this...
Guy On A Buffalo - Episode 1 (Bears, Indians & Such)
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That's tight like white. Excellent art work. 
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I would suggest thinking about how to handle 'anime' posts.  We're likely to get some, and I'm not sure how everyone feels about that.  Best to think through that in advance? 
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That would be a "curator" matter. The definition of "fine" art is surely relative, and the posts here will be subject to the curators.
I do share your concern though, Jeremy.
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Pretty good deal here if you need external battery backup. 
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Anker makes excellent external batteries. Our family has a couple of them and they work great. (cough Ingress cough)
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No word yet on whether any of the elves tried lying down in the mud in front of the machines. 

One wonders if the plans for the move were available at the local planning office. 
 
Ms Jonsdottir said the elves had one and half years to prepare for their church's transfer, and would be happy in their new surroundings.
A 70-tonne block of lava believed by some to be an elf church is moved in Iceland, under a deal allowing a new road to go ahead.
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they need dressing gowns, not bathrobes. for lying in the mud :)
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Brilliance such as this just doesn't come along every day. 

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Indeed. Both of them.
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brilliant.
 
Now this is a selfie I can get behind. 
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That... Would actually get me to watch it. O.o
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What could possibly go wrong...
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Sure. Spider-pig, Spider-man, Spider-cow, Spider-sheep, Spider-mouse, Spider-goat....
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The article title is a likely to rankle, but the data points are sobering and should at least be part of the conversation going on about social justice. 

Because it turns out that once you control for the proportion of single parents in an area, the correlation between social mobility and race disappears.

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The retreat from marriage — a retreat that has been concentrated among lower-income Americans — plays a key role in the changing economic fortunes of American family life. We estimate that the growth in median income of families with children would be 44% higher if the United States enjoyed 1980 levels of married parenthood today.

There's some powerful stuff in here. 
 
"Interestingly, we find no correlation between racial shares and upward mobility once we control for the fraction of single parents in an area."
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"An implicit assumption about the efficacy of government policy in changing family structure also undergirds many proposals by liberals. Concerned with the alarming rate of poverty among children, especially those in single-parent families, liberals advocate actions such as subsidizing child care, providing medical care to working poor families, mandating maternal and paternal leave, and instituting children's allowances. They argue that these measures would strengthen and support two-parent families and lessen the pressures and stresses that lead to the formation of poor single parent families.

Before heeding either the conservatives' calls for a reduced role in family issues or the liberals' calls for a more supportive government role, policymakers need a better understanding of what the impact of government policies has been."

-- "The Links Between Government Policy and Family Structure: What Matters and What Doesn't", M. J. Bane and P. A. Jargowsky, 219-220, chapter 6 of "The Changing American Family and Public Policy", edicated by A. J. Cherlin, COPYRIGHT 1988https://books.google.com/books?id=Pp3T4b3j9SkC&pg=PA219&lpg=PA219&dq=liberal+strengthening+families&source=bl&ots=JeJDiHaZCJ&sig=mwM-yYGQn7wwXzANkTGDlSTbh8I&hl=en&sa=X&ei=XcwQVfv_FcipgwTyvoLwDg&ved=0CDEQ6AEwBDgK#v=onepage&q=liberal%20strengthening%20families&f=false

So, yeah, no, liberals have not just only recently noticed the connection between single-family households and endemic poverty.
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Sorry folks, but any light cycle without light walls is hardly "fully functional".

Come on Science.  If we can't have flying cars can't we at least create light walls? Sometimes it's like you're not even trying. 
 
While your dream of one day warping into your computer and meeting a tiny Jeff Bridges may never come true, you can live out your Tron fantasies in another way by purchasing a fully functional lightcycle replica.
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I still want one. 
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This review is for the Tree Farm business. We have bought our trees from Kirby's for the last 3 or 4 years. Great experience, good prices, and have had good luck with the trees we've bought. It's a cut-your-own kind of place, which we prefer, and it's one of the few around that still sell Fraser Firs, which are our preferred type of tree. Very reasonable prices. We paid half this year of what it has sometimes cost at other places in the past. Definitely recommend.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Great burgers and tavern food. Good service. A little small, atmosphere a little 'sterile' but in good condition. Will definitely go back though. "Breakfast" burger a hit.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
We knew we were going to pass through Mt. Pleasant and needed a place to eat. After looking at reviews and menus online, we narrowed our list to this and one other place. We chose this one and are SO glad we did. The service was great and the food was outstanding. We had a large party (nine, mix of adults and kids) and they were accommodating to us and very family-friendly atmosphere. Lots of choices on the menu and everything was very good. As others have said, the queso dip with the chips was great and the atmosphere was very clean and bright. My wife ordered the Gorditas which were 'cute' in her words and very yummy. I ordered the "Carnitas Gary" and honestly don't think I've ever had a better meal at a mexican restaurant EVER. The pico de gallo was also amazing - fresh and had avocados, which was a very nice touch. Overall, I highly recommend it and the next time we pass this way, we will be sure to stop again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We took a pit stop here on a trip recently. We were very impressed by all this place had to offer. Lots of information about the area, and had some great activities for the kids while we took a little pit stop. There's a little 'mine' obstacle course (for like 2-5 year old), local geography/history and even a one full 2-story wall that contains an animated model of the Mollie Kathleen mine complete with animated mine lift, workers, etc. Breathtaking views of the Rockies outside too. We just needed a short break, but believe it or not, when we go back, we might plan a special trip just to go back to this place.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I'm a huge fan of this place. I love the selection of vendors, the public access and involvement, and the commitment from the staff and volunteers to a quality experience all around. Definitely an example of things I really love about this city.
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I've been taking our cars to Albert Auto for 5 years now. In that time, never once have they tried to upsell me to something I didn't need, or exaggerate issues in my car. They have always been prompt, met their time commitments, and often made room for an urgent visit with little/no notice. Chad and the crew are always willing to explain issues, and will give you honest answers on how bad issues might be or might get. I've actually had them recommend against immediately replacing stuff I thought might need to be done. So, if you need an honest mechanic shop that does good work, you should definitely give them a call.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
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