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You link my site to yours and someone clicked on that link so I was able to follow it back. I have someone working on redesigning my site now but he's pretty busy and, since he's doing it for free, I don't think it's a huge priority for him. I think yours looks better than mine but there are a few typos and I've added and changed a few things since you made yours. Might I ask, how hard would it be for me to just use your format?
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This tree is inspiringly sad. 
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Strange looking.  It needs water or fertilizer...I bet thee drip is not working.  Report it to the city for first aid.  Hugs!  Your Ever Loving Mom
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"The blunt fact is that the SAT has never been a good predictor of academic achievement in college. High school grades adjusted to account for the curriculum and academic programs in the high school from which a student graduates are. The essential mechanism of the SAT, the multiple choice test question, is a bizarre relic of long outdated twentieth century social scientific assumptions and strategies. As every adult recognizes, knowing something or how to do something in real life is never defined by being able to choose a “right” answer from a set of possible answers (some of them intentionally misleading) put forward by faceless test designers who are rarely eminent experts. No scientist, engineer, writer, psychologist, artist, or physician—and certainly no scholar, and therefore no serious university faculty member—pursues his or her vocation by getting right answers from a set of prescribed alternatives that trivialize complexity and ambiguity."
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Even more evidence that left vs right politics has little to do with reason.
Our brains are physiologically predisposed to be liberal or conservative.

Now I wonder how much of it is genetic, and how much is based environmental experiences as our brains develop.
John Hibbing and his colleagues are pioneering research on the physiological underpinnings of political ideology.
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This is too funny.

I mean it. You may hurt yourself.
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Moisture farming is a real thing.
My mind is blown.

Imagine the NON military applications.
Houses not tanks.

http://www.policymic.com/articles/85195/in-major-breakthrough-an-israeli-company-has-created-water-out-of-thin-air
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You'd get plenty of water in FL but I am not so sure about the desert!  This was interesting, thanks.
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This is cool
 
Can you explain how this works?
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I'm a photographer, web developer, programmer, student, employee, story lover.
I'm helpful, rude, atheist, ego-less, smart, penny-less, honest, and nobody.

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