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Stephanie Brubaker
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Apparently, my family has something in common with the Green Bay Packers.
Competitive Juices Fuel Lengthy Rounds of ‘Settlers of Catan’ Among Packers’ Players
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+Kelly Norton  Ha. Right now we mostly alternate between Settlers and Seven Wonders. Our kids are the perfect age for board games; they want to play every night. 
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A charming, (mostly) true story. Longish, but worth a read.
Magicians, Mafiosos, a Missing Painting, and the Heist of a Lifetime
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Every year in December, there's an event that I wait for with bated breath. It is the annual dressing down of the Williams-Sonoma catalog. I dare you not to laugh until you cry while reading it.
It's a difficult world out there, people. War, poverty, brutality, corruption, social and racial injustice … these are not civil times we live in. Which is why, more than ever, we NEED the comfort and warmth that only life inside the Williams-Sonoma catalog can provide. Follow me, America. Follow me inside these glossy pages, where there is no anger. No violence. No internet commenters explaining why YOUR SO STOOPID.
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The last two minutes of this one had me rolling on the floor laughing. It's not often that you see a nobel laureate in such an...interesting...situation.
As founder of the Ig Nobel awards, Marc Abrahams explores the world’s most improbable research. In this thought-provoking (and occasionally side-splitting) talk, he tells stories of truly weird science — and makes the case that silliness is critical to boosting public interest in science.
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I am now addicted to these videos from JK Brickworks.
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That's because JK Brickworks is awesome.  No shame in that.
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Stunning photos (and really impressive climbing skills).
The sheer cliff wall or snowy, wind-blasted peak of an icy mountain is a rough place to create large-scale photographic works of art, but that's exactly what Swiss photographer Robert Bösch does. His photos can involve hundreds of mountain climbers braving difficult conditions to get the perfect shot.
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Holy crap, those are amazing. Also, while I'm not the least bit afraid of heights, I find some of those shots with 50-100 people hanging off of lines at once a little bit acrophobia-inducing...
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Don't let the title fool you; Brooks is not saying that he disagrees with the publication of Charlie Hedbo. Quite the opposite: he's saying that we don't have as much tolerance or appreciation of people who publish unpopular views here in America, particularly on college campuses. This article is a good jumping off point for a discussion of how we balance free speech with encouraging respect for others with different views.
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Just finished watching The Interview and it was much funnier than I expected. Here's to low expectations!
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+John A. Tamplin​ Probably a good number, though I am not too proud to admit that I am not one of them. Seth Rogen and James Franco crack me up, so when I first saw the trailer for this a few months ago I was sure that I would see it. This whole snafu was just an added incentive:)
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Yup.
Answering the most important question possible; where do celebrities stand on the Oxford Comma?
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If it's good enough for Dave Navarro...
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Brilliant. 
In 1963, Alfred Heineken created a beer bottle that could also function as a brick to build houses in impoverished countries.
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Hee hee.
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Ha. Your phrasing reminds me of the Brick Testament (http://www.thebricktestament.com/home.html). I'm a good Christian and all, but visualizing some bible stories is, um, pretty hilarious.
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Brilliant and beautiful.
 
Staff from the Indian Space Research Organisation celebrate after the Mars Orbiter Spacecraft successfully entered the Mars orbit on Wednesday. The 4.5bn rupee ($74m; £45m) mission is the cheapest inter-planetary mission ever to be undertaken by the world.
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Software Engineer
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  • FullStory
    Software Engineer, 2012 - present
  • Google
    Software Engineer, 2010 - 2012
  • Accenture
    Application Architect, 2005 - 2010
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    Research Assistant, 2002 - 2005
  • Monetology
    Software Engineer, 2012 - 2013
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Homebase.io Engineer, Mom, Ex-Marylander
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  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    Computer Science, 2002 - 2005
  • Swarthmore College
    Computer Science, 1998 - 2002
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The Lebanese food here doesn't disappoint. Excellent kibbe, great kabobs and a VERY generous portion of the lamb shank. Belly dancing starts at 8pm.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
DO NOT SHOP HERE! We bought a large painting here during a recent trip to Istanbul. The shop offered to have it shipped to our home in the US. They sent the painting wrapped in a single layer of bubble wrap with no additional packing, and with no insurance on the shipment. The painting arrived with the glass shattered, the frame broken into 3 pieces, and the painting scratched. The store associate and the owner refuse to respond to my messages requesting a replacement or a refund for the cost of repairing the damage. There are many wonderful and reputable shops in Istanbul; this is not one of them.
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Public - 2 years ago
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