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I'm playing through Skyrim again right now, so this one called to me. =oD
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So... Yeah... This is pretty much how I feel most of the time.

h/t to +Jess Nut for the share
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Just for the record, I have 3 grown children, and 90% of the time when they were growing up, my time was not my own. I was a stay at home Mom (mostly) and couldn't usually afford sitters. Guess that's why I now SO appreciate an empty nest - when it happens.  I love my children and they're my best friends and biggest supporters - I just don't want to live with them.
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This makes me not so sad. =oD
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This looks good to me too on the surface... But I worry that they won't do an honest portrayal of Lucifer's vices and faults, and will instead play him as a "playboy badboy" in absence of the real "evil". But I think it has promise, and I want to see it.
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+Rhonda Parrish has scheduled our Facebook release party for B is for Broken! Won't you join us?

Also, we'd be delighted to have you review or blurb the book, if you're so inclined. Please write to me or to Rhonda directly if you're interested in doing so.
The best thing about a Facebook Release party is that no one has to leave their homes, and because all the posts and conversations linger, you can participate even if you can't make the exact times the party is going on. Come and go, come late, even if you come hours past the stated end times ...
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I literally LOLed at this one.
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Aaaaand we've got a new one up!
FALLACY: "Veganism Is A Fad Diet"

The "vegan diet" is a new fad that will come and go like all the rest of the fad diets before it have, right? Of course... "veganism" is a philosophy, and not a diet... and the basic precepts of that philosophy have been around for as long as there have been people... and the list of issues with this fallacy go on and on.

These ideas are addressed further on the Your Vegan Fallacy Is site at along with responses by +The Vegan Scholar, +Bite Size Vegan, and +Colleen Patrick-Goudreau.

#diet #fad #yvfi #vegan #fallacy


The Your Vegan Fallacy Is project is a community-driven effort dedicated to correcting misconceptions about veganism in approachable and unambiguous ways. If you're vegan and you'd like to see the site in your mothertongue (or to help out with the ongoing work in the existing languages), or if you'd like to volunteer your skills as an artist, writer, or resource curator, then read more about how you can help at
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Just a reminder that B is for Broken becomes a bouncing, baby book tomorrow! Please come to the release party, if you can.
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I don't usually share animated gifs on principal, but this one? This one is too cool not to share.
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This reminds me of my hs years. We had all types of animals and when they're babies you can't help but love them. Unfortunately they grow up and squash you.   
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This makes me very sad.
RIP Ripples, Google removes the Ripples feature

We have an available alternative, and if you're interested in seeing the engagement activity surrounding important posts, check out the Relations Graph in your NOD3x dashboard.

Here's the official +Google+ announcement:

More coverage from +Google Plus Daily and an explanation of what Ripples were, for those who may not know:

To access your dashboard visit, scroll down and click on the blue "Free Sign Up" button. To learn more about our Ripples alternative, you're welcome to join our Google+ community

#googleplustips   #datavisualization   #NOD3x   #Ripples  
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It probably took almost no effort to keep that feature going.  Keeping Ripples would probably take less manpower than taking it away.  I'm not sure why they did it, but occasionally Google does something stupid like this.
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I don't usually share posts which include demands to share them... But this guy... I donno... I'd have to be as mad as Max not to hope for his miracle... =oD
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h/t to +Conrad Rogers for the share on FB
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OMG this is wonderful.
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I'm a Drupal development nut who is a cooking enthusiast that engages in veg*n (vegan/vegetarian) outreach at every opportunity (join me at the G+ Vegan Community), all while constantly seeking to be a better person.  =o)
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We had the considerable misfortune to rent a home through VDL Property Management ( upon first coming to Canada on working visas. When Stella Van der Lugt showed the home to me, she withheld information about a serious mouse infestation and outright lied about the basement, porch and attic full of personal items the owner was storing in the home long-term. When my husband and I arrived from the States to take possession of the home a month later, she insinuated that we might be inclined to steal the owner's items and told my husband (while I was away at the bank) that I had approved their storage there. As we signed the lease and asked her whether or not we might move to a month-to-month contract at the end of our term (because we would be looking to buy a house), she told us this wasn't possible (and it is, under Nova Scotia tenant law). From there, her behavior slid from bad to worse. She disregarded our e-mails about the mouse infestation. The owner of the home lost a year's worth of post-dated rent checks, and Stella's response was to demand that we direct deposit rent money to her own private bank account. Stella herself lost a rent check thereafter and called to accuse us of failing to pay the rent altogether (our payment was never late). Later, after a storm surge that destroyed the washer and dryer in the basement, it took her over two weeks to replace the units, which was nothing to the month we spent without a kitchen cook stove while she dawdled over that repair. And these are only the most egregious of a host of complaints, which include the violation of our privacy on two separate occasions with regard to our household utility accounts. So when we tendered our notice to vacate the premises last winter, we detailed our concerns to her again and argued that because we had requested a month-to-month lease, we were not obligated to fulfill a third twelve-month contract (we had lived there two and a half years). Her response was voluble e-mail histrionics for two days. When that failed to subdue us, her husband Brian called and screamed threats at me on the phone, then bizarrely followed his threats by verbally cancelling our lease and telling us to leave. We accepted his terms, but when we emailed Stella to confirm them, she told us that he had not said any of these things. So we were forced to hire an attorney, who had the patience of a saint and was worth every penny we paid her. Among other things, our counsel fielded Stella's threats to come and 'inspect' the home every day, reminded Stella of her obligation to provide a twenty-four hour notice before visiting the home when Stella abruptly arrived on moving day and badgered my work crew while I was away and informed Stella that indeed we had not stolen anything from the home after Stella insisted she couldn't find a framed picture the owner had left there several years ago. Worse, Stella took a host of grainy close-up photos of rust and other normal wear and tear, accused us of leaving the house filthy (it wasn't, I scrubbed it before I departed and took photos) and demanded that we replace a perfectly good shower surround and kitchen cook stove. I finally offered to pay for a cleaning crew to revisit the work I had done, but she refused this and demanded money instead. So we paid her $200 to shut up and go away, which is what I would have paid a cleaning crew anyway, and we haven't heard from her since. Both Stella Van der Lugt and her husband Brian have a local reputation for being confidence people and thugs, and that reputation was certainly confirmed in our dealings with them. We were fortunate to be well-off enough financially to afford legal counsel and what essentially amounted to a $200 extortion payment (which I'm fairly certain Stella pocketed), but many people aren't. So for the sake of your peace of mind, don't ever do business with VDL Property Management, and give both Stella and Brian a wide berth. Whether you're a property owner or renter, this company and these people are not to be trusted.
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It's good that they're business construction, because they're utterly inept at social media. Spamming people and then blocking those who ask them to quit spamming them is definitely not the way to engender positive brand engagement.
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