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John Martin
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5 percent of the desktop market is impressive, but a billion users is still a long way off.
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Say goodbye to the sunflowers....
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That's fine.... I'd rather have a porch!
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A paracord monkey fist is beneficial to carry on you for survival and self defense purposes. It’s super easy to conceal and carries enough power to slow down any attacker. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to make a paracord monkey fist knot keychain. How to make a paracord monkey fist: Supplies you need: 1″ ...
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Someone was very impatient to go see her Vavo and Papa!
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Not a thief, eh? A legitimate purchaser wouldn't risk ruining a present.


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Maximize storage space with these DIY closet organizers.
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Vic Gumper owns a small chain of pizza shops in Emeryville,  Berkeley, Oakland and Albany in California has learned something about economics and liberalism and he’s learned it the hard way.  Emeryville is a small city of 10,000 people.  Liberal people.  When the city raised it’s minimum wage to $14.44 an hour, Gumper did not need to comply yet because he didn’t have enough employees in Emeryville.  He then raised the salaries of his employees to...
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My wife has been in Spain for nearly three weeks now. Mollie is concerned. We had a chat...


"Da?"
"Yes, Mollie?"
"When is mom coming home?"
"Soon."
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"Is soon close to now???"
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Yeah. The morning I really, really needed some extra sleep.
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How do you say no to that? I can't
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A little Westie in the grass for the your viewing pleasure
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We love the Waterford Animal Hospital. Mollie had surgery today and we were very pleased with the care she received. Our cat, May May, perfectly healthy and active, declined precipitously in the course of less then a month. Waterford Animal Hospital no doubt inconvenienced themselves to get her in, to run the diagnostics, and spend the time showing us the tumor that grew like wildfire off her liver. Dr. A compassionately and professionally explained what was wrong, what options were, and helped us make what was really the only decision we could humanely make for our beloved pet. He asked if we wished to be present when she was euthanized. She was still asleep from the xrays and he gave us as much time to say our goodbyes as we needed before and after she died. The entire staff was compassionate, kind, and accommodating in our time of grief. It's easy to like your vet when it's something simple. When you like them when you have to negotiate the best path for your pet when it's serious? That's saying something. We love WAH.
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