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Nice one +National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum !!! Roberto Clemente rocks!!!
 
Baseball pauses today to celebrate Roberto Clemente Day. Check out this photo of The Great One from the #HOF archive by Osvaldo Salas.

The first Caribbean-born Latin American player inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Roberto Clemente amassed an incredible record over his 18-year major league career. One of the greatest right fielders of all time, he won 12 consecutive Gold Glove Awards. He posted a career .317 batting average, with 240 home runs and 3,000 hits.

Photo courtesy of Rick Swig. #NationalHispanicHeritageMonth #Pirates

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Giant Rubber Duck makes a splash in Port of Los Angeles - LA Times http://buff.ly/1neKc5r
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Russian Artist Finds an Unexpected Muse in Fat, Orange Cat!

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Fabulous fantasy gardens!
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Life size unicorn made from deconstructed stuffed animals over a wire and steel armature. http://buff.ly/1n9Ov4S
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Awesome! Giant Living Sculptures at Atlanta Botanical Gardens http://buff.ly/1jOR7VX
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Major Aww...! 13 Baby Wombat Photoshops to Cuddle Your Soul http://buff.ly/XDBisI #FunFinds #FF
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Fruit that rocks the cradle! #FunFinds #FF
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Underwater eye candy! More here: http://buff.ly/1o4Jri9 #FunFinds #FF
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Moonalice is a native tribe that dates back to the beginning of time. According to Moonalice legend, the tribe descends from Piltdown Woman, or possibly from a couple of naked, snake-charmed gardeners who liked to hang around with friendly dinosaurs. In later times, the tribe evolved into two major clans. One was agricultural, the other nomadic. The farmers were known as hippies. They cultivated many things, but their specialty was a native American crop: hemp. Over the years, the hippies found many uses for hemp and built an advanced culture around it. The nomadic Moonalice clans were known as bands. They wandered the continent, surviving on their wits and music. Their specialty was low tones. The clans coexisted for millennia, living in harmony (and counterpoint) with all creatures. From time to time, the Moonalice hippies and bands would gather in pow wows that were known as gigs. A precursor to modern county fairs, these celebrations brought together the best agriculture and music. More Woodstock than livestock, Moonalice gigs were quintessentially American, combining the vibes of New York, San Francisco and all points in between.
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Drumming up support for Moonalice on Google+ until an account for the band is possible.
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* Barry Sless - Phil Lesh, David Nelson Band
* Pete Sears -Rod Stewart, Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna
* John Molo - Bruce Hornsby, Other Ones, Phil Lesh & Friends
* Ann McNamee - Ann Atomic, Flying Other Brothers
* Roger McNamee - Flying Other Brothers

Moonalice is a band of hippie musicians from California with no label, no manager, no publicist, no problems, and lots of fans. With John Molo on drums, Barry Sless on lead guitar, Pete Sears on keyboard, bass and guitar, Ann McNamee on keyboards, and Chubby Wombat on guitar and bass, Moonalice is committed to taking the business out of music. We invented Twittercast concerts, which are free broadcasts to fans over social networks. The band’s eponymous first album was produced by T Bone Burnett. Our second album, “Free,” is available only over the web and only for free. The single from that album, "It's 4:20 Somewhere" has been downloaded more than 850,000 times. Moonalice grew up with Elvis and practices freedom of speech every day.

Website: http://beta.moonalice.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/moonalice
Twitter: https://twitter.com/moonalice
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We discovered recently that we are a tribute band stuck in a tear in the space/time continuum. Where other tribute bands, copy the equipment and set lists of great bands, we take the whole thing into a new dimension: Moonalice plays note-for-note recreations of shows that haven't happened yet. Thanks to free audio and video of those shows, Moonalice fans can travel through time.
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