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Lauren Muneoka
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Mesmerizing set by Don Cherry. 

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I guess some markets are recession proof? Wow.
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At a “nice” $3,500-per-month loft in the Mission, “80 people showed up for the open house,” said Lamas, 23, who recently began working at a tech company in SoMa. “And the landlord said to me that he’d gotten 250 applications.”

The cost of applying was $40, so if the landlord wasn’t exaggerating, he grossed $10,000 in application fees.

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Great/atypical record on Embryo. Googie's vocals took awhile to get in to but eventually grew on me.

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Cross post: Looking for a new PC desktop. PC is non negotiable based on the programs I use for work...so don't recommend an iMac. :) I'm hoping to get an i7 2600k, 8GB of ram minimum, decent fan. Also, no time or patience to build myself. Leaning towards Cyber Power despite some shaky reviews

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Foie gras loco moco? My mind is blown.

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"They were going through a time where a knowledgeable person dying was like a library burning down. So being able to use the written word and being able to publish that, and make it distributed among the whole nation, made that material permanent in a way that memory never did."

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Aloha La Kuokoa! Here's a good way to celebrate. :) Go to awaiaulu.org to sign-up and keep our nupepa typescripting from being outsourced to Cambodia. Such a good idea and easy way to contribute to the preservation of our Hawaiian language newspapers!

*You don't need to speak or read Hawaiian language to contribute.

"In a society where all of history and all of collective knowledge is really held in the mind's of individuals.. They were going through a time where a knowledgeable person dying is like a library burning down. So being able to use the written word and being able to publish that and make it distributed among the whole nation made that material permanent in a way that memory never did."
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