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Race officials said Schler, a Columbia resident, did not post any times on the 26.2-mile route. Nancy Lieberman, president of GO! St. Louis, doubts Schler even ran the entire race in 2014 either.
ST. LOUIS (KTVI) - The first woman to finish the GO! St. Louis Marathon has been disqualified after race officials determined she did not run the entire course, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported...
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+Raina R. ha! i wonder where you'd display such art? 😉
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"Taking photos of your food is like the modern version of saying grace."
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Matthew 28:5-6 - And the angel answered and said unto the women, Fear not ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified. He is not here: for he is risen,

I serve a risen Savior, He's in the world today. I know that He is risen whatever men may say...You ask me how I know He lives? He lives within my heart. 
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//Got rice?

Scientists have discovered a simple way to cook rice that dramatically cuts the calories

The prospect of lower calorie rice is a big deal. Obesity rates are rising around the world, particularly in the developing world, where people rely more heavily on cheaper food staples. China and India, which are already seeing rising obesity problems, are huge consumers of rice. Rice, of course, is not the sole cause of weight gain. But reducing the amount of calories in a cup of rice by even as little as 10 percent could have an enormous impact for future generations.

"Obesity has been a problem in the United States for some time," said Thavarajah. "But it's becoming a problem in Asia, too. People are eating larger and larger portions of rice, which isn't good."
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One of the most amazing examples of cellular nanotechnology is a molecular motor protein known as kinesin. Kinesin is responsible for transporting molecular cargo -- including chromosomes (e.g. during cell division), neurotransmitters and other important material -- along microtubule tracks from one region of the cell to another. It is driven by ATP hydrolysis, thereby converting chemical energy into mechanical energy which it can use for movement. A kinesin molecule typically possesses two tails on one end, which attach to the cargo, in addition to two globular heads (often called "motor domains") on the other end.
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There's some sense of irony as we're watching Finding Nemo with the kids and eating fish sticks....
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Not a drop, this was removing the phone from a security display in a store. Glass 0, Adhesive 1
 
For those of you that want to rock your Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge without a case or device protection.

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4 miles this morning..which is double my normal distance. It was 22F when I started but then the sun came up and it got to around 30F - which meant shed layers for my last mile.

So on the advice of some people here and some folks I've met out and about - I'm running a few longer slower runs (with intervals) and a few shorter faster runs. I feel like this is really helping.

The biggest benefit is really that I'm able to read my body better and adjust my pace accordingly.

PS - I was smiling when I hit the camera button, but I started questioning whether the camera actually started the timer and it snapped the picture while I was walking toward it to check 😉
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That is one heck of a backdrop to a run, just awesome. 
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Really really really did not want to get up this morning. Pushed myself out of bed and said a few miles is better than nothing. I don't regret it for a second. 
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Early morning runs are THE BEST!!
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"We get most of our donors to come in three or four times a week, which is pretty awesome," Smith said. "You're usually helping three or four patients out with each sample, and we keep track of that and let you know."

I watched a family member that struggled with C. Dif for years get totally cured by a fecal transplant. This is amazing tech with has potential to make an incredible difference in people's lives. 
Yes, your feces are perhaps your greatest untapped monetary resource.
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A jury today found a Michigan woman guilty of firing a shot into a McDonald’s drive-thru window after employees failed to put bacon on a cheeseburger she ordered. Shaneka Monique Torres, 30, was conv
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Having changed hands from Safeway to Fresh Market, this store doesn't appear to have changed a whole lot except for their prices. They seem to be pretty reasonable. The store is generally clean and well lit and they have a nice selection of organics and fresh produce.
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There are really two separate menus at any given time in Denny's. One is their traditional diner line up that doesn't seem to have changed much in 30 years or more. This isn't a bad thing - it's simple, consistent, and not terribly expensive. The other is their rotating special menu that seems to be different every time we visit. I like that they're always trying something new. This particular Denny's underwent a remodel and has since been a very nice place to eat. The staff are friendly, it's rarely busy, and I'm pretty sure they're never closed. The portions could be a little bigger, but the value is good. Tuesdays and Saturdays are Kids Eat Free nights, which is always a good time to go.
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This particular Walgreen's was very clean, and a very good selection. We went in for just a few things and ended up finding some extra stuff because they have a little of everything. They do take Google Wallet tap and pay here, but I had to enter a pin even after I tapped my phone.
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What a great little shop! This is an old-time country store with a wonderful friendly staff and a little bit of everything. The ice cream shop is just amazing. I really appreciate that they still have a cheap candy section for my small children to spend pennies and nickels.
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I always enjoy a good burger, and Red Robin has some great ones. I didn't eat at this particular one for a few years due to a stretch of unwashed dishes. They seem to have sorted that all out now, and so I'm back to eating here. While some of the wait staff is great, but it can be really hit or miss....if you want a good burger in Missoula this isn't a bad place to get it.
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Really enjoyed taking my kid there. They had a really good selection of flavors. They have toppings that you can't get at Dairy Queen like gummy bears. Clean store, friendly people behind the counter and overall a very good experience.
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This is one of my favorite places to get Mexican in the area. Very friendly staff, and oh the amazing food. Make sure to grab a glass of horchata.
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