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If you've not seen Ink, you should. It has some profanity, but it's an incredibly engaging and entertaining watch. One of my all-time favorite movies. It was shot with a lower budget but they really make the most of it and it really delivers on plot.
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Netflix has had it in the past at different times, but apparently doesn't right now. Amazon prime seems to offer it currently though. I also own a copy I could lend you. 
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It's true because I saw it on the internets.
 
Lincoln delivers the Getty's bird a dress. Truly, an historic event.
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but is it gold and white or black and blue?
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Dude. I've been trying to find this since it was brought back. Achievement unlocked. 
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Just point me at the can at the end of the sofa obstacle course and look out. 
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Mushroom, Mushroom...
 
Strange things occur at night 
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Is it a real cat or statuary? Its color is close to the color of the pot on its right but not quite the same color.
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That VHS cover...
 
I'm loving all the Stranger Things fan creations I've been seeing lately.
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so you should. ;)

honestly, I liked it at least as much for it's upstart punkishness than I did for the story. It really felt like rooting for that underdog with the heart of gold. As stories go it didn't make my favorites list or anything, but I really did enjoy it, and I enjoyed seeing how it charmed the world and stuck it to 'the man'.
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Trailer for the upcoming Russian movie 'Guardians'.

Looks like an epic popcorn flick.

Trailer's in Russian but has subtitles. Not that you REALLY need them...
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What not a Marvel movie?
ни за что(no way)
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This is cosplay... that's a real person.

I'm totally nonplussed. (I never get to use that word, so there)

http://schaloime.tumblr.com/post/100103829491/more-cosplay-pictures-d-at-the-frankfurt
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C nonplusspluss
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Looks like Brawndo to me.
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The negative track record of minimum wage hikes continues.
 
Note the disconnect: the DC economy is BOOMING. It is still one of the fastest job creator sites in the country.

But the markets that are directly impacted by this progressive policy are getting killed.
In a shocking twist, D.C. is not exempt to the basic laws of economics.
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Spoiler alert.
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+TAOFLEDERMAUS  has an interesting channel on youtube where he sometimes does low-budget gun/ammo tests and sometimes does low-budget chemistry experiments. He often gets armchair scientists telling him in the comments how wrong he was or how they knew better than he how something should have been done to better effect, etc. So he called the collective bluff of youtubers by issuing this challenge. It's an interesting experiment. Can a BB set off a bullet by triggering the primer? Will that bullet then set off a chain reaction of other bullets? Watch the video - what are your thoughts?

(Disclaimer - the results were just published, but no fair going to watch them first)
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Tossing .22 rounds in the campfire...check. This? Nah. But, glad for adventurous men!

Kevlar vest...check. "what if he shot you in the face?" ツ
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LOL.
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If I were trying to operate a covert wireless network, I'd go with something generic like "linksys" or "tp7237".


Oops, there goes my secret...
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Father of two bold boys, husband to one beautiful wife, follower of a Holy and Loving Savior.
Introduction
Simul Iustus et Peccator - "At the same time righteous and a sinner".  I am not perfect, I am redeemed.  The God of the Bible is true, and it is my prayer that every day that becomes more evident in my life.

Circles I fit well in:  Christian, Tech, General Tomfoolery

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  • In the case of the plane on a treadmill: The plane takes off. Yes. Really. 
  • We have a hedgehog named Harriett. 

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I don't have all the time in the world for this stuff, and so here's some info that will help you.  I don't circle people just to collect circles counts.  Feel free to circle me, but I may not circle you back if you: 
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  • Post a lot of vulgar or sexually-related content. I'm a guy who tries to have a respect for my wife and my God, and that sort of thing pollutes those relationships. 
  • Seem to be spam-related or some marketing person just looking to increase their 'platform'. I have no interest in that sort of thing. 
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  • Coe College
    Computer Science, Physics, and Art, 1996 - 2000
  • Nova Southeastern University
    Business Administration, 2006 - 2008
It's been a while since I've been here and it seems things have gone a bit downhill. Food was inordinately greasy (and I know the par on Mexican food is already higher), bland and overcooked. The chips and salsa are still very good, but the meal gave me indigestion for the rest of the day.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Facility is a bit outdated and run down. Some machines were not working. It is also under construction, which was annoying but will ultimately improve the location. Blizzard did contain a ton of toppings.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great event location. Kids loved the little "hedge made" outside.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I have been an occasional customer of Metro for many years, but recently had need of a house call. They always go out of their way to help me in the store (or over the phone) to diagnose issues or give me advice on parts. This week our dryer 'broke'. It was a stacked unit and I had no idea how to get it apart to fix it. I made an appointment in which the technician was prompt, professional and friendly. He quickly diagnosed the issue, but it required a blower motor, which he did not have on hand, and would require a return trip. The return visit the technician was even early, and had the whole thing fixed almost by the time his appointment had been for and for a very reasonable cost. Very highly recommend them in terms of price and quality of service.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Nice pool facility. Kids had a meet here, appreciated the facility, wished it had more seating.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Food was awesome, service was great. First time coming here, in town for a conference, took my family, went for Saturday lunch, my sons had never had gator before so I got to indoctrinate them. The adults all had po'boys and they were awesome. Service was fast and great attitude, waitress joked with us and was very attentive. Will definitely go back.
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reviewed 2 months ago
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.
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