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Is this an example of suspicious behavior  that should be reported to the authorities? I hope not, because I seem to be that guy  in most of the places that I go to.
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Still not convinced how far ahead of his time Nikola Tesla was? A century later, they are doing what Tesla knew he could do.
The next billion devices may be powered from thin air, according to a team of researchers from the University of Washington
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It must be an IT guy or a programmer.
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Any questions?
Editor's note: In 1944, the US War Department published FM 21-22, a manual on military watermanship. The manual covers everything a man needs to know to su
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The one on the right seems to be kept by a falconer. If this is correct, it probably has a higher level of conditioning/fitness, so that is where I would place my wagers.
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Do I have to pay extra to NOT have the helicopter (or drone) circling my room?
 
Peru's See-Through Pod Hotel Has A Terrifyingly Awesome View
This could be the most terrifying night of your life -- in the best way.

True daredevils will jump at the chance to sleep in Skylodge, a trio of transparent capsules wedged high on a mountainside in the Peruvian Andes, not far from the city of Cuzco. 

The pods are all-out luxurious: They measure a whopping 192 square feet -- about half the size of an average hotel room -- with plush beds, dining areas and bathrooms. The catch? You'll have to scale a nearly 1,000-foot cliff face to get there.
Peru-based tour company Natura Vive operates the three Skylodge pods, which have four beds each. 

Travelers usually begin their stay with a dizzying climb up to the pods via a series of metal ladders and cables. Visitors also have the option to hike a daunting trail to the top.
When guests arrive, they're met with views spanning Peru's famed Sacred Valley, known for its isolated villages and dangerous, narrow roads. They're served a gourmet dinner in their pod (complete with wine), will sleep literally under the stars and then awaken to a breakfast picnic on the roof of their pod. 

At the end of each stay, a series of zip lines delivers guests back to the valley floor. 

The best part? This whole experience -- getting up, getting down and spending the night -- costs just about $300 dollars per person, making it a priceless experience with a reasonable price.
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If you can successfully fill in the blank, you know why this is important to know.:

"Anything you say can, and ___, be held against you."
 
This is How to Successfully Assert Your Rights
Learn more: http://bit.ly/1uPw6fU
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Wait; is that a tray of tacos in the corner? Just when you think life couldn't get any better.
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T'was a lovely image but me thinks it merely dried rose petal potpourri
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Take the Quiz - Some foods do much better on the countertop while others will last much longer in the fridge. See if you know which of these foods should be refrigerated, and which should NOT...
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The bad news is that I might need to hit the lottery more than once if I want to be as "dead broke" as Hillary Clinton. But remember: she has the back of the "99%."
 
I thought they were going to say that republicans owned them all and then the "reveal" would be that democrats owned them. I was wrong. The answer was even more entertaining.
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Introduction
I have a kite, I have a board: I just need the wind to co-operate on Lake Ontario to go Kiteboarding. If you know people in the Lake Ontario - Finger Lakes area that are into kiteboarding and willing to put up with a newbie, have them contact me.

I may occasionally come across as a smart-ass, but it's all in good fun. Just consider me to be in training in case they make sarcasm an Olympic event.

Geeks are cool. I'm impressed by people that color outside the lines to make something new and beautiful.

It's OK to "plusf***" me (if you're new, you'll figure it out); much like making noise in the bedroom (or at the dining room table), it makes me think that I might be doing something right.
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When I got married, the flowers used in my boutonniere were orchids that I grew myself. It even worked out that the flowers had a green blush in the throat that matched the color scheme.
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Systems Engineer (computer geek)
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I can cook like..... damn - it's all good.
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