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My guess is that overseas oil has artificially reduced the price of oil so that local business is not able to make a profit. A momentary loss to ensure long-term gain.
Henry Kravis’ Samson Resources has run out of gas. The fracking outfit, based in Kravis’ hometown of Tulsa, Okla., is planning to file for bankruptcy protection within days, The Post has learned. K...
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Some photos shot yesterday morning looking south east across the Minnesota River Valley.
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TheAwesomer dot com said this would consume only seven seconds of my day to watch. They were wrong: I had to watch it a couple times, right off the bat, then click over to YouTube to watch again and share, and have the ability to comment. It's consumed lots more than just seven seconds.
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Very simple concept; why didn't I think of this??

Finding that this is a pretty darn good website for increasing productivity and motivating for action.
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So true. And there are a couple levels here: One is entirely spiritual, and this may or may not be true about that. There may be a whole Host of reasons one can achieve success spiritually without any effort at all. But I can tell you this: in life, completely apart from spiritual walk, you get what you contribute. If you contribute nothing, you'll achieve nothing. If you persist and sweat and struggle and do your best, you'll achieve much.
 
The depth of your struggle will determine the height of your success.
The depth of your struggle will determine the height of your success.
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Unfortunately, as old as Richard is, I don't think he was present when the earth was created. So he can't definitively say without any room for doubt that the earth was created more than 6000 years ago. Personally, I think millions or billions of years could have passed between Gen 1:1 and Gen 1:2. Personally, I've read the part in the Bible that says that a day with God is as 1000 years, and 1000 years with God is as a day. I've interpreted that to mean that with God, the timeline is irrelevant. 

Responding to fpsqt (whose post was two weeks earlier than this one), I see Mr. Dawkins mentally stretching as well, and his logic also is flawed. One cannot prove a negative, yet he persists in attempting to do just that. The entire universe has not been and cannot be explored in our lifetime, so for him to say without equivocation that God does not exist is astonishingly arrogant.

His decision to believe such things is for him alone, not for anyone else. The readers of this post may disagree with me; your belief likewise is for your and for no one else. My belief is for me and no one else. In line with his own statement, Mr. Dawkins may and should present his views as options for his listeners and readers to pick what they wish to believe. For him to adamantly insist that I accept his theory as undisputed fact flies in the very face of his chosen style of research ("look at the options and select those you like").
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Fulfilling your potential - check out this offering from Deb Ingino. This series will be based on a book by John C. Maxwell.
Valuable Content. It may be complimentary, but it offers a wealth of content. Just take a look at the sessions we'll cover in the list below. This series is based on tried and proven leadership principles from John C. Maxwell's book, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership.
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Gonna try this. I do a lot of writing for my eyes only (it's quite cathartic), but much of it has nothing whatsoever to do with the things I need to do. 

This is quite similar to David Allen's GTD concept of "collecting" - carrying a small notebook (or whatever capture tool works for you) and writing down any tasks, ideas, projects, or other info that pops into your head. (For a very clear explanation of this, go to zenhabits.net/ztd-habit-1-collect/)

GTD doesn't limit you to "first thing in the morning;" I suppose "Morning Pages" could continue throughout the day, as long as it's done primarily first thing each morning.
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Good crew of folks here - they've come to know my name, because I drop by every couple weeks to fill up my 5-gal water bottles for the cooler. I also buy salt there and they help me load (if I need help). Good pricing on salt and water: salt is 6 bags for price of 5 if you buy on Saturday; and I bought a water cooler and they gave a a bunch of water free (bought it over a year ago and I'm still not all they way through the free water). My daughter will ONLY drink Commers bottled water because she doesn't like the filtered water dispensed at the fridge. I haven't purchased a softener here, but would if I weren't renting. Wish access were more convenient: If approaching from the west I have to cross over 35W and make a U-turn to get to the parking entrance. Approach from north off the freeway (turn right onto hwy 42 at the top of the exit ramp) or from the south off Buck Hill Rd (next to Burnsville Center - turn left onto hwy 42) if possible. When exiting you have to turn right whether you want to or not. But I think the inconvenience of getting there is worth it for the quality of service and product.
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Public - 9 months ago
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Here's the email I sent to ProService after I found out what it would cost me: "Thanks Adam. This is why I bring the vehicles to you. You could have said the tranny was shot, or that there was a cable that needed replacing, or some other high-cost issue, and I'd have believed you. Instead it was, "we tightened one bolt and re-installed another one that fell out and you're good to go." "I appreciate your honesty and have already told a couple folks here at the office about why I bring my vehicles to you."
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Inside storage for $30/month: good price. First month plus fees plus lock plus pro-rated remainder of existing month = $83! Quite a bit different than the "$1 for first month" special. Explained to me as "long-term renters benefit from $30/month fee rather than one-time $1 fee then $60/month thereafter." Maybe so, but give me a choice before I'm asked to sign. All that said: inside storage, inside entry, climate controlled for $30 is a good price.
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