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Susan Moskwa
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Cult sci-fi show The X-Files is to return to TV after a 13-year hiatus, with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their FBI agent roles.
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Working title "X-Files, back from retirement"
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Carter, one of my current foster kitties.
He's really shy ("Do you want to come out from behind the toilet so I can take a proper picture of you?" "No, thanks. That sounds scary."), but he loves being petted and he's super soft. I love his little moustache. If you know anyone who needs a cutie like this in their life, he and his buddy Porter are available for adoption from the Seattle Humane Society: http://www.seattlehumane.org/
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He looks like he dipped his face in a mug of chai.  <3
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The call center itself is a great idea, the commercial i'm a bit iffy on because I'm always skeptical about pulling on heartstrings for marketing's sake. This guy may or may not have a rich social life, but either way, for a moment it must have seemed like he could communicate with the whole world (y'know, offline), and then the cameras go down and the paid actors go home and...? 
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Completely adorable movie; highly recommend it. All of the 1-2 sentence synopses I've seen of it make it sound terrible, so just ignore them and take my word for it.
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I just added it to my queue this weekend! Looks promising.
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Does your company have a drinking culture? I wrote this document in collaboration with folks who care deeply about workplace culture and its intersection with alcohol. We hope it will help colleagues understand and include each other better throughout the working world.
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Inclusiveness Towards Non-Drinkers: FAQMaking Employee and Client Events Welcoming to Non-Drinkers Frequently Asked Questions This document: http://tinyurl.com/sober-faq Send this document to your company’s marketing team, event organizers, and leadership, to help them understand the importance of making events inclusive and welcoming to
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If you give me chocolate coins, I can't help but wear them.
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Great pic. Love the hair!
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Just heard these guys on Prairie Home Companion and they're amazing! Such infectious music!
We're headed to Austin for SXSW! We'll be having a STREET PARTY on Wednesday— stay tuned to our FB page for details on location. On Thursdaywe'll playing at 5:15pm at the SXSapporo Party at Cheers Shot Bar roofdeck (FREE, open to public), and 10pm at Maggie Mae's with the Monterey International ...
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The Infamous Stringdusters are pretty good too.  There's an episode of Bluegrass Underground they did which was awesome. 
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Saw this "Night Thoughts" collection at the La Conner Quilt Museum this weekend and I really enjoyed it (it's much nicer in person than it looks online). Made me think differently about what an "art quilt" can be.
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Oh this is just marvelous. Germany wins the internet.
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+Torrey Hoffman I know! Somehow the mix of German + English makes it extra funny.
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It's kinda nice to see something that's not just full of gorgeous half-naked 20-somethings.
#funk  
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Stay classy funk :)

He's clearly drinking the cool-aid.
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#fluevog   #fluevog_spirit  
The Training Paths Family is full of sporty styles, but none that will boost your Spirit as much as this awesome sneaker. It’s designed with smooth, waxed leathers, a rubberized leather wingtip, and the same detailed, zig zag rubber sole as The Grind. With The Training Path Family on your feet, the spirit of Fluevog will be right along side for any adventure.
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They have a store downtown on 2nd & Pine where you can try stuff on, just to be sure.  :-D
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  • Rogue Editing & Design
    Knitwear designer, Tech editor, present
  • Google
    Internal Communications, 2012 - 2015
  • Google
    Webmaster Trends Analyst, 2007 - 2012
  • Cornell University
    Administrative Assistant/Researcher, 2005 - 2006
  • Borders Group
    Barista, 2000 - 2005
  • Google
    Internationalization tester, 2006 - 2007
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Saving the world, one cat at a time.
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Knitter, quilter, writer, procrastinator, polyglot.
Lover of baked goods, public radio, corgis, and serial commas.

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When I was four I dropped a brick on my head.
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    Linguistics, French studies
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Delicious donuts, available 24/7? What's not to love? The coconut donut is moist and delicious.
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I LOVE going into this shop. It feels so abundant, like yarn is spilling out of every shelf... and yet it's well-organized, not chaotic. They have something in every style. A great go-to local yarn shop, with lots of fun surprises too.
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Really interesting selection of art yarns from Prism.
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Love the selection, and the staff are very friendly.
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