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Vincent Lowe
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Raising and educating the race of spacefaring beings
Raising and educating the race of spacefaring beings

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I do have to confess that I've listened to this about 6 times now and it still cracks me up.

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Robodialer Defense
Sure, you could hide your phone number from view, and refuse all calls except those from numbers on your carefully crafted whitelist. That's one way to keep robo dialers from interrupting your life and work. But why should you skulk in the shadows, eyes cas...

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In case you didn't get to hear Voices Unchained last night - it's available as a podcast now. (https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/voicesunchained/episodes/2017-05-12T09_47_08-07_00) Grab the latest show and listen during your drive or your workout. Great #indiemusic and interviews with the musicians.
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So much good stuff under one roof. #sonomacounty #hophaven #santarosa
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Anxious in the exam room? Think about how much more anxious a dog, even a well-behaved Service Dog might be in the same situation. Martha Hoffman explains and offers training advice about how to prepare.

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Here's how +martha hoffman explains an unusual test for Service Dog temperament.

Since you can't use an actual child for this sort of testing, an experienced trainer can do this instead...

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How human beings learn has some implications for how we might want to train dogs. 

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A man of the people.

In 39, Caligula performed a spectacular stunt by ordering a temporary floating bridge to be built using ships as pontoons, stretching for over two miles from the resort of Baiae to the neighboring port of Puteoli. It was said that the bridge was to rival that of the Persian king, Xerxes, crossing of the Hellespont. Caligula, who could not swim, then proceeded to ride his favorite horse, Incitatus, across, wearing the breastplate of Alexander the Great. This act was in defiance of a prediction by Tiberius's soothsayer Thrasyllus of Mendes that Caligula had "no more chance of becoming emperor than of riding a horse across the Bay of Baiae".

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