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The food here is amazing.....


Via: The Tomato Food and Drink
#edmonton #canada #food #sogood  
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I wasn't familiar with a single one of those. So much has changed since I left.
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/me acts shocked /(o_o)\`
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There’s so many reasons to adore the tiny but mighty NZ capital.
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Wellington has a charm that is found nowhere else on earth.xx
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My work road trip from Denver through SLC, Vegas to Mountain View then Back up to Vancouver
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Most of us are familiar with the work of Stanley Milgram, who did research on people's willingness to obey authority figures. In a now famous 60s experiment involving electric shocks, Milgram tested how far a subject -- unaware that the person receiving shocks was an actor only playing a role -- was capable of going. The results were surprising: many people followed orders, and some didn't stop until the person receiving the shocks was dead.

A more recent study, published only last year, built on this, hoping to begin to understand what kind of person is more likely to obey orders and what kind of person is more likely to rebel against authority figures giving these orders.

The results are described as surprising, except they aren't: it makes perfect sense that a person who relies on external validation (by being friendly, agreeable, etc.) would find it more difficult to defy -- and therefore lose standing before -- a perceived figure of authority.

"The irony is that a personality disposition normally seen as antisocial — disagreeableness — may actually be linked to 'pro-social' behavior,'" noted Psychology Today. "This connection seems to arise from a willingness to sacrifice one’s popularity a bit to act in a moral and just way toward other people, animals or the environment at large. Popularity, in the end, may be more a sign of social graces and perhaps a desire to fit in than any kind of moral superiority."

This might be an opportune time to do a searching and thorough inventory of what qualities you're selecting for in a sexual partner. 
[Editor’s note: This article is based on an actual study that was published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Personality, so it’s worthy of consideration.] By Eileen Shim June 30, 2014 P…
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Increased Surveillance Power is not an answer to anything.

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Modern cures for a fear of flying http://econ.st/23y8pxO
Clinical aviophobia affects 2-3% of people in developed countries
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Everything you need to know about CephFS in the upcoming Jewel release (from @jcspray)

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Aww. Was one of my Fav Landmarks in Singapore
 
A local photographer known only as Nguan, who photographed the iconic centre last year, said: "I'm envious of its former residents, who got as close as you can to knowing what it's like to live inside a rainbow."

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Every day at 5.30am, retiree Victor Devan, 70, wakes up to the sound of the azan sounding from the nearby Abdul Gaffor mosque.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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Yeah those funky colours are easy to keep track of. Don't be sentimental, a new motorway is more important! :P
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Network Engineer, Geek, Techno-Culturalist, Couchsurfer, Psyc/Social Researcher- Work for a Multinational. Sometimes BOFH, always Opinionated. ;-)
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    New Product Introduction Engineer, 2014 - present
  • Alcatel-Lucent
    Engineer, 2008 - 2014
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    Systems Administrator, 2006 - 2006
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    Senior Tutor/Sessional Assistant, 2002 - 2008
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Counter food is fairly limited, and more pretence than substance. Service is good, coffee is best I had in Madison. But that bar wasn't high. Needs a proper kitchen menu other than tarted up toast and cheese and muesli offerings.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
So this is probably the largest cafe con piernas I saw walking around santiago. And it's designed as the safe cafe you might take your girlfriend to see. Waitresses have more on than many American resto and dinners I've seen. The small talk is pretty much Spanish only; Unfortunately for me - was pretty much sobbed by staff. For the 'tourist' cafe con piernas I expected at least friendly staff.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
No Espresso. If you are going to open for brunch get an espresso machine and teach your staff how to use it. Same deal with tea's only a single black tea on offer. Not everyone wants to be confronted by the motor grease water that passes for coffee in America. Especially in the morning.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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Authentic and tasty mix. No English menus so bring your language skills.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Pretty reasonable atmosphere, the menu is the gem. Well presented faire at reasonable prices and sourced using mostly local ingredients and recipes.
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reviewed 6 months ago
Good selection of ciders, and knowledgeable friendly staff
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