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moon is still there after the Eclipse #throughglass
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I thought about checking out the eclipse... But then I just checked out the pix on google+ instead. #Iamsolazy
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my new Sunday addiction smoothies #throughglass
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I want one of these!
 
This Norwegian Engineer Is Creating Some Creepy Transformer-Like Robots…

Click below to see these crazy robots in action...

http://www.industrytap.com/norwegian-engineer-creating-creepy-transformer-like-robots/19478
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great track to do that with!
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Christmas cactus in full bloom #throughglass
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Probably more like Easter cactus but oh well :-) 
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STFU and take us for a walk already! #throughglass 
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Yes, *that* Puerto Rican with the strange accent that doesn't look like your stereotypical Puerto Rican :)
A little piece of Puerto Rico opened in LA recently in Atwater Village. We went there tonight for the first time. The service was very friendly, helpful and reasonably fast for a restaurant. Granted it was Monday night but there were 7 tables with people so it wasn't empty. The restaurant itself was very clean and comfortable. The food was very good. We had sopa de platanos (plantain soup), asopado de pollo (chicken stew), bacalaitos (cod fritters), mofongo relleno de mariscos (plantain ball stuffed with seafood) and pastelón (aka piñon) (Puerto Rican "lasagna" made with sweet plantains instead of pasta). Everything was delicious and authentic with maybe a few culinary alterations. For example, the pastelón had a tomato sauce over it which is not exactly the way my Mom made it but a good alteration nevertheless. We were too full to order desert so will have to wait until the next time :)
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