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Rachel Kahler
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I want to see this sort of store appear everywhere.  I know people who are "food insecure."  They're everywhere--our neighbors, our parents, our grandparents, our siblings.  In a land of plenty, we're wasting 40% of the produce grown, yet there are people living with little access to good food.  http://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/foodnews/this-grocery-store-veteran-will-change-the-way-you-think-about-expired-food/ar-AAdOhgA?li=BBgzzfc&ocid=mailsignout
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I know some people who probably already know this, but Quidditch is a thing. That's pretty awesome. Even if running around at breakneck speed with a broom in your crotch is both absurd and foolish.
The Harry Potter-inspired game is now played by more than 300 teams around the world
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Yep. I'm just going to go on with life, glad that Sesame Street is continuing and expanding, frustrated that we're allowing a public treasure to be partially privatized and the public won't learn from it, and increasingly guilty for not becoming a PBS supporter. 
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I know a few people who should read this, but won't.  -sigh.
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There's some good advice to Millenials here, and maybe some of use GenXers.
A backlash to Milllennials' mindsets at work is causing some to get fired. Here's why.
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I don't disagree that employers', as a group, have become less interested in keeping good workers in favor of cheap workers, as well.  That attitude will cost companies in the long run, though, even when they only replace part of their workforce.  Employees in their first world locations lose patience with the overall quality of the work provided by the outsourced branches.
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Isn't it ironic that Communist China has a better American Dream than America?  Especially for women?  Good for Ms. Zhou!
Zhou Qunfei, founder of Lens Technology, has come to define a new class of female entrepreneurs in China who have built their wealth from scratch.
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Wait...the Great American Stupid HASN'T been unleashed yet?
Win or lose, Trump's campaign threatens to unleash the Great American Stupid
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Now that they've wrecked it, there's no need to preserve it.  Can we say "carpet bombing?"
ISIS continues its reign of terror in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra.
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This is so tragic in so many ways.  As monstrous as her actions were, I can't help but feel pity for her given her situation.  I hope the little girl is not left to be raised by her father, either.
Brittany Pilkington is believed to have used each boy's comfort blanket to suffocate them in their crib or bed over the last 13 months, because she wanted her husband to pay more attention to herself and their 3-year-old daughter, prosecutors said.
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Agreed, Rachel. The girl needs to be placed with a family that loves and values her.
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The title is a wild exaggeration based on the single known experience with being poisoned by this frog (not surprising), but these critters are cool.  Don't tell the Enlightened I said that.
In the wilds of Brazil, researchers have discovered frogs with venomous spikes on their heads.
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Don't mess with frogs!
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My first thought, "there is a ukulele orchestra?"  It was quickly followed by "there is more than one?!"  That's as far as I got, honestly.
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Shaft!  (Sharp, Headlamp, Tiny Tim, whatever).
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Come have some fun with us!  Don't know what Ingress is?  Ask me!
 
#IngressFS  Twin Cities is this Saturday, are you ready? Check the event page for some new updates, including transportation, prizes, swag, after party and more!

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Thank you for explaining, Rachel. Sounds fascinating and fun! 
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  • South Dakota State University
    Microbiology, 1995 - 1999
  • University of Minnesota
    Cancer Biology, 2000 - 2006
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One of the few places open in the area before 11 am in a weekday. Surprisingly good and decent service. Serves breakfast all day and had the lunch menu available before 11. The chili on the taco salad was not spicy, contrary to the description, but it was very good. The shell was crispy and not too dense. The French onion soup was far better than expected with a crisp crouton and cheese on top. The eggs and hashbrowns looked good and I was assured by the others I was eating with that they were, in fact, good. Our waitress was attentive and polite. Overall, worth eating at.
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I purchased my first brand new car, a Hyundai Veloster, at Morrie's. My salesman Perry Smulders hunted down a car with the color and features I wanted. I also purchased the Buy Happy package, which includes the first 3 years of oil changes and free car washes, so I go to the dealership for oil changes and car washes, and I've found the service department to be superb as far as customer service goes.
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