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Rachel Kahler
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Get the Bird Photo Booth 2.0 bird feeder and bird cam combo before it’s too late! Here is the link: http://kck.st/1Oos1hi. Post my Kickstarter username (Rachel Kahler) in the comments section of the campaign after buying the $105 reward, and we will BOTH get rewarded with an upgraded 4k and 16mp camera. Let’s support nature and enjoy photography together! #birdphotobooth2.0
World's first wireless bird feeder and birdcam-an interactive learning and photographic tool to discover your backyard world and beyond
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I would totally play this. Screw Pokemon!
Pokemon Go is a global phenomenon. Could the next step for Niantic Labs be an AR game based on the Harry Potter franchise?
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So would I!
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Mind is shot, eh? Trump doesn't even know what a mind is.
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It's been time to disarm cops for a while, but this incident makes it glaringly obvious.
A black man's death at the hands of police is captured on video in the US state of Minnesota - a day after a similar incident in Louisiana.
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+Rachel Kahler LOL I used SWAT just becuase. If the intruder was holding you at gunpoint he either woke you up or your were awake. Sorry i hate arguing with people on social media i will now stop.
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Please join me in supporting a new maker space in a place that needs one. StartHUB Makerspace Launch, via @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1082489909/starthub-makerspace-launch
We are creating a Makerspace in Aberdeen, South Dakota. A place where you can create, meet, inspire, and learn from each other.
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Yes, they do! (And some Ingress players, too, but mostly PokeGo players.)
If you live in a populated area, whether you are playing or not, you’ve seen the nerd herds of Pokémon GO trainers at almost any hour. What you may have also noticed is acts of vandalism, lit…
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Are you effing kidding me?!? I can't see how this situation could be deemed dangerous, let alone so dangerous that the man on the ground with his arms up needs to be shot.
"All he has is a toy truck in his hand," Charles Kinsey told police as he tried to help an autistic patient. "There is no need for guns." Seconds later, the caretaker was shot.
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Ah, but the officer said he was trying to shoot the autistic guy with the toy truck. That makes it okay, right?
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Much ado about nothing? Not when it's the speech of the First Lady of the current president, who your husband has lambasted as being a horrible president. Did anyone think no one would notice? What a joke.
The Trump campaign denied allegations that parts of her speech were lifted from Michelle Obama’s 2008 convention address.
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Help support a new +Make:​ space in a place that really needs one! StartHUB Makerspace Launch, via @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1082489909/starthub-makerspace-launch
We are creating a Makerspace in Aberdeen, South Dakota. A place where you can create, meet, inspire, and learn from each other.
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Wow. Just wow. Congress sells the future for a private jet ride and some free golf.

https://www.minnpost.com/education/2016/07/who-got-rich-student-debt-crisis
42 million people owe $1.3 trillion in student debt. It's a profit center for Wall Street and the government. Here's how we got into this mess.
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This seems like a great piece of tech for kids. Especially those that need a reminder of what they should be doing as part of their daily routine.
Octopus by Joy, the training wheels for good habits!, via @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/octopusbyjoy/the-icon-based-watch-that-young-kids-can-read-and
The first icon-based watch that teaches kids good habits and the concept of time. It fosters independence, responsibility & self-esteem
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Possibly a coolnerd
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Call me "doctor"
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  • South Dakota State University
    Microbiology, 1995 - 1999
  • University of Minnesota
    Cancer Biology, 2000 - 2006
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When we arrived, we were offered a suite upgrade for $40. We took them up on the offer and we were pleased to find the suite had a great view. After spending some time just wandering the city, we returned to have dinner at the St Paul Grille. The food, service, and drinks were excellent. The next morning, we had breakfast at M Street Cafe, and we were again impressed with the food and service. I highly recommend the Saint Paul Hotel, especially on an off peak night since you can get a great rate and all the attention of the staff.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Excellent food!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The space we held our conference was nice and the location was easy to get to. The food served for lunch was decent, but nothing to write home about. Staff didn't check our refill the hot water dispensers between the breakfast and morning break, so no tea for non coffee drinkers. Parking was fine, but leaving was frustrating. There were 2 exits out of the hotel lots and both were backed up a surprisingly long time given the time of day.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
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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While the Hilton Minneapolis was conveniently located, and parking was easy and not terribly expensive, I found the lack of sound buffering between rooms distracting during the meetings. Also, finding a particular meeting room was a challenge since there were no obvious maps. Finally, if you're going to host professional conferences, it would seem obvious to provide electrical outlets and/or charging stations in convenient locations, and include seating near them. I was able to find numerous outlets, but only 2 that had seating anywhere nearby.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Rooms and service was very good. The stay and valet package was a good deal, but I had to call directly to get the rate advertised on their site. It turns out that the special had expired and the hotel hadn't updated their site.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very GoodService: Excellent
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reviewed 3 years ago