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Baby pictures. Not as cartoonish as I visualized.

#fanartfriday   #guardiansofthegalaxy  
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heh, why didn't i think of that?
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Have you kept any for mead?
I got to use a honey refractometer last night to measure the actual water content of all my honey. It was pretty impressive to find that everything's between 16% and 17.2% water, all well below the 18% to keep the honey from ...
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Mead is a goal in itself :)  Not just a way to use up dregs :>
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This is what happens when complex systems interact.
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One feature I think ++Google would benefit from adding to the Google+ "User Experience" - and that's not a phrase that will EVER become an annoying cliche, no way man - is that there is a binary 'mute' switch and it needs to be a trinary at least.

This is to say, it needs to be possible on an individual basis to say "Make this go completely away, never let it appear on my page again, it is traif and vile"  vs. "I only want to see new comments on this thread by (selection parameters here.)"

Standard selection parameters should include, additively, the original poster, replies to one's comments, changes to the original content by edit, changes to replies, and mentions of one's +name.  There may be other parameters that would be useful.
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OK, that was almost not toxic except it assumed (with full ASS) that I was desirous of pointing out stuff on the current page.
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Hm. Just ordered them - as an idea spark for the Better Angels game I'm trying to find people to play, since Greg Stolze and Shane Ivey are asking for feedback on gameplay.
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I have!  I like them but I'm not sure how to use them, and I haven't actually done much with 'em yet.  Thinking about using them to generate plot stuff for a Better Angels game.
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Day late but when hands stop working it happens.

Destiny's Game
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This doesn't look like 'breathing' to me.  It looks like a heart beating.
 
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Knowing about this can make it easier to deal with it when it happens.
 
This needs to be more widely known.
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note that you now have two good logos, one of which you can use for follow-on products.
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