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Mario E Hdez
Works at Lord of the Light Art Studio & Gallery
Attended Academy of Art University
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Dolphins have evolved over millions of years, adapting perfectly to life in the ocean. Join us and pledge that you won't buy a ticket to a dolphin show. It's 2
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Hello Fellow Explorers, I'm doing a bit of spring cleaning this summer/fall and I have a Glass extras I'm eventually putting on craigslist. If they are of use to anyone feel free to make a fair offer and we can talk further. I have various pouches, mono earbuds, chargers, and a pair of Bold Titanium Frames in the Red color with clam shell. Let me know if you have any questions!
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Finally received my cork replacement back, made from actual cork. Subjective aesthetics aside, it feels great in the hand but not the best cut. If you are a perfectionist you will have to do some minor sanding.

You can read more of my thoughts on this on my reddit post with more photos and a how-to: https://www.reddit.com/r/nexus6/comments/34ytz6/slickwraps_cork_photos_and_review/
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It totally does. I also notice setting it down on a hard surface doesnt cause that "smack" sound because of padding the cork provides.
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One of many impressively amazing Glass photos of my trip to Joshua Tree.  #throughglass   #throughglass2015  
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Good news Glass Family and Explorers, after some brainstorming and testing many different things I managed to seal my foil from the elements! I thought about making an acrylic cover, using epoxy and many other things until inspiration suddenly hit! My little sister loves to paint her nails and mentioned she uses monomer and acrylic to shape her nails into all sorts of clear designs.

After a bit of experimenting I nervously decided to do or die and commit to giving this a whirl. To my happy surprise everything worked! The foil did not bubble or react to the chemicals and I now have a hard seal around the foil! I'm going to give it one more coat around the edges to really give it a full seal then slowly and gently sand it to even it all out. I might come back and give it a nice shine later.

I'll continue to wear glass around all weather conditions to see if this holds true but for any of you interested I used acrylic nail liquid and acrylic nail power to create a gel substance you can brush and mold around the prism. Much thanks for ladies nail products!
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No worries +Neo tsn​. +Brian Fleming​ check my profile page and you'll see a new post with updated photos and information. Everything so far is working great, I'll continue to update should something occur.
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Anyone interested in purchasing Glass plus tons of extras?
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To all tinkering types and device lovers, I have a somewhat rare haptic controller called the novint falcon that I'm looking to part with. I used it for games in the past and also as great tech demo to kids an adults alike. I think it may be fun to partner with vr devices as input. Let me know if anyone is interested or has questions. Located in the bay area but be willing to ship. Thanks.

Learn more here: http://www.novint.com/index.php/novintfalcon
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Awesome.
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It does, actually, cool stuff. :)
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Mission Peak #throughglass  . Take a trip up and enjoy yourself a wonderful view and a beautiful sunset.
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Good morning fellow Explorers. Here's an update to the recent foil fixes I've been trying on my Glass unit. I've added pictures of my progress so far after adding another few layers of protection to the foil, buffing/sanding, and finish coat. 

Bonus I've also turned my midnight blue nexus 6 into the cloud white version :)

Its been a "void your warranty" kind of week.
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We stopped by Spitz following a search of which restaurants in town were featured on the food network channel. The place a great vibe, friendly staff and the food was absolutely delicious.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
Cost Plus World Market is on my short list of few stores I actually enjoy walking into. There are plenty of things to look at and touch, from kitchen items, to decor, and foreign snacks and candies. Items are reasonably priced and I rarely enter the store without purchasing something to drink or snack on. This location always staff friendly people with leaves an even greater impression in and out of the store. As a side note, this is also a great place to find spices that are otherwise hard to find in regular grocery stores.
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The Channel Islands are an amazing set of National Parks. They offer day trips for hiking, kayaking, snorkeling or camping over night for the more intrepid travelers. During my overnight stay on Santa Cruz Island, the largest of the islands, I easily covered a dozen miles of incredible trails. With breathtaking lush hills, valleys, island foxes and beautiful ocean views everywhere you look. Visiting the Channel Islands will take a bit of planning particularly if you are looking to camp. Ferries depart from Ventura or Oxnord usually once or twice a day at predesignated times. A single ferry will include a mix of day visitors, kayakers and single or multi day campers. If you are looking to camp the Channel Islands for the first time I highly recommend staying in Santa Cruz Island at Scorpion Ranch which has a bevy of trails nearby, beach access, plenty of campsites, bathrooms and potable water.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Great sushi in San Jose Japantown. They have a full menu worth of typical bento boxes for those looking for meals outside of sashimi and sushi rolls. Everything is fair priced, the rolls are well made and incredibly filling. For most people 2 rolls will keep you nice and full. This place can get packed which is a great indicator of Okayama's quality. Be sure to arrive close to opening hours otherwise expect a short wait as the restaurant itself is not very large and cant accommodate a large number of people.
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After many years of telling myself I would, I finally went to Hearst Castle with a friend. The Hearst Castle Visitor Center is located just off the coast of San Simeon. The center offers historical information while you wait for your shuttle to arrive including a 45 minute movie that is included with your ticket. There are also plenty of food and refreshments available for purchase. Hearst Castle itself is actually a 15 minute ride to the top of hills overlooking the coast. Visitors are treated to audio recordings providing you additional information on the roads, the land, animals, gardens and of course the Hearst family and their home. Although the tour you've selected will determine what's viewed inside the Castle, visitors can walk around the perimeter for the home and still appreciate the amazing architecture, variety of plant life and the famous Neptune Pool. I highly recommend Hearst Castle to those who appreciate the arts, architecture, history, plant life and amazing views. Plan 2-3 tours in a day and see as much as you can!
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Harley Farms Goat Dairy is tucked behind the main stretch of Pescadero's shops and eateries. A cute wooden sign of a little girl and pet goat point and lead you to the farm. If you are in Pescadero it is worth stopping by to look at the goats, llamas, gardens and sample their house made olive oils, goat cheeses, pastries and habanero jelly. Everything is made fresh and everything is incredibly delicious. Great fun for kids and adults alike.
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reviewed 3 months ago
El hotel está localizado cercas de mercados y restaurantes. La entrada queda un poco escondido pero hay bastante de estacionamiento. El cuarto no es nada especial si están acostumbrado en hoteles. Lo peor del hotel fue que el WiFi no es gratis.
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