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Ryon Day
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Show-'n-Tell: The Carcassonne screenshot in question:

http://imgur.com/1OEEg7i
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Ryon, I have been going through profile after profile since setting up my Google+ page and found you. Your About Post was very amusing and I like your sense of self-deprecation.

What I want to mention to you is the fleeting nature of beauty. I have had some drop dead good looking friends in my life, and I myself got the greatest compliment ever when I was told by an Arabian man that I was the 'best looking man' he'd ever seen. But now, if you look at my picture, you see how looks can go. And it's good to keep that in mind to avoid trouble rather early in life.

I had one German friend who was so good looking that if we walked into a bar together, all eyes were on him. I had another friend similarly gifted -- though not to the same degree -- and the former died at around forty-five, after living a fairly empty life while the latter committed suicide at thirty-nine. He had told me that when his looks started going, he'd end his life.

As for me, I never paid much attention since I always thought I didn't look good enough, and now that the years have passed, I'm glad I just liked myself. I was very narcissistic also, to the point where I enjoyed masturbation to the same degree -- and possibly more -- than you proclaimed  you did at the time of your posting. Be careful. From experience, it can all lead to a very empty life.

You want to see drop-dead gorgeous? Find a picture of Mel Gibson circa 1982-1985 and then take a look at one now. We all change, and some of us quite a lot. The only man that I think managed to maintain his good looks through old age was Paul Newman.

Why am I writing this? Because I love to make a positive difference in people's lives after having used so many for my sensual pleasure. I wanted to send this privately, but I didn't see a way and you spoke openly of what I speak. I think you can delete it, and if not, let me know and I'll delete it. You probably know more about Google+ than I do.

Please don't take this the wrong way. I would not ever take the time to write something like this if I thought it would end up hurting someone.

Take care and God bless,
Emil
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Check out my sister's new thingie! DO IT NOW
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Where can I find a link to the "Zombies At My Neighbors" video? I didn't see it on the "Geek and Sundry" YouTube channel.
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Here's how it was done in the past; I'm sure we are all aware of how it's done in the present, but let's look forward to NEXT decade: How shall we prey for profit on women's societally-inculcated insecurities and perceived inadequacies?
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i was in wal-mart yesterday and discovered you can buy underwear with a padded ass. as with pretty much everything that ails the modern woman - and the modern man - exercise is still the magic bullet.
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Stephan Guyenet has always been one of my favorite health bloggers. I always appreciate his incredible generosity in sharing his research with his readers with his superbly-written articles, and this is certainly no exception.
It appears Gary Taubes has completed his series critiquing the food reward hypothesis of obesity (1). I suppose I can understand why Taubes feels threatened by the idea, but I never expected him to post a massive five-part series about it! The food reward hypothesis of obesity states that the reward and palatability value of food influence body fatness, and excess reward/palatability can promote body fat accumulation. If we want to test the hypot...
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Sounds like a great approximation to me!
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Google is set to revolutionize social networking by allowing us to view other peoples' status updates.

Oh.
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G+ isn't so much about status updates.. It's more about an exchange of ideas and meaningful information. Usually with people you don't know. Because believe me, when I share something awesome about bugs- none of my friends give a fuck. If I share that here, I got like 10 entomologists engaging in conversation with me about it. And that, right there, is powerful.
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Absolutely one of my favorite games when it came out. I cannot wait for this sequel!
 
What do you do with a sequel to a game that has a huge roster of weapons, quirky characters, and awesome 4-player co-op? You add more weapons, of course.
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I still need to finish the first game.
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Not my idea of "Think Different".
Siri Failures, Illustrated The recent illustrations of Siri, the iPhone 4S voice-recognition based assistant, failing to provide information to users about abortion, birth control, help after rape and...
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Fuck you are gorgeous
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I personally refuse to turn off my devices, if just to wage a small, meaningless individual protest against an illogical and senseless policy. The more you think about this rule, the less sense it makes.
New technologies are often greeted with fear and that is certainly true of a disruptive technology like cellphones. Yet rules that are decades old persist without evidence to support the idea that som...
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wow,thanks for the link.It never quite made sense,but as a teen I was so brainwashed into doing it I never gave it much thought,now it's so obvious how it makes no sense. Never again,and if they tell me I'm just gonna quote the many facts about aviation  frequencies and wiring/equipment being isolated/shielded from commercial wi-fi and radio frequencies and demand a legit reason. A rebel with a cause :D
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There is a radio show on 90.5 KUT in Austin, TX called Just Jazz, hosted by the venerable Paul Ray. He used a certain song as the opening and closing theme to the show, and I loved it and always wondered what it was. While listening to Pandora the other day, it happened to come on, and 15 years of wondering finally came to an end. What an amazing piece of music.
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thank you so much, loved this song when i was in austin '96-'01. lost gem of a song.
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Huntsville, AL - Louisville, KY - Portsmouth, VA - Birmingham, AL - Ocean Springs, MS - San Antonio, TX - San Jose, CA - Pittsburgh, PA
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Introduction
I'll start with a little bit about myself. First off, I'm handsome. Very handsome. So handsome, in fact, that people have called me "beautiful" and "gorgeous," terms typically reserved for beautiful women. That's how good-looking I am. Whatever. I don't want to get into which term of beauty best describes my attractiveness, but, rest assured, you will not be disappointed. (I know I never am.) 

When you first see me without a shirt, you will probably lose your breath a little bit, as if you had just fallen into cold water. Don't worry, this is normal. Get used to it, because I don't wear my shirt much. (If you've got it, flaunt it.) If I had to name my best asset, I'd probably say everything. My calves are like perfectly cooked turkey legs, you could use my chin as a straight edge while working on a blueprint, and my skin is the color of a perfectly roasted marshmallow. 

Dozens of people have gotten "lost" in my eyes (I include myself in that count), so consider yourself forewarned! I'm 6 foot, 180 pounds, and the perfection doesn't stop below the belt, if you know what I mean. I've been asked by more than one child to be their new daddy. (Don't interpret this to mean I like kids—I'm just saying I'm way more handsome than a lot of fathers.) 

My interests include gazing into lakes, pools, mirrors, freshly waxed cars, shop windows, metal elevator doors, the back of a spoon, and most anything else that's reflective. Once you see me you'll understand. I like to think of myself as pretty laid-back and down to earth. I love to travel. Masturbating is also a favorite pastime. My favorite food is pizza.
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