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they get a good vantage over all the death.  it's a tough crowd in The Thorn, but nothing compared to the contestants. "YOU are NEXT!"

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Nothing compared to Red Lucy's ass LOL
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he lived long, and prospered.  more importantly, as a cornerstone of Star Trek and it's vast cultural impact, Leonard Nimoy helped humanity prosper in its hopes for the future.  Gene Roddenberry's creation of a half-alien that learned to balance cold, scientific logic with the nuances of human experience was one of the most central lessons of Trek:  that we must not lose our humanity no matter how far we went and what technology we created.

Leonard Nimoy knew how important Spock was - perhaps the most important Trek character in a literary sci-fi sense - and it showed in the reliable quality of his acting. Star Trek was often cheesy or melodramatic, especially TOS, but you could always rely on Spock.

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"A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away."
- Antoine de Saint-Exupery

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i got my head checked by a badass funk cover!  a German funk band covers a British rock song in an American funk-soul style?  hell yes! Diazpora cooks up a rolling cover of Blur's now-classic "Song 2" with simmering keys and spicy horns. wunderfunk!  (yes, i know what "funk" means in German - do you know what it means in English?)

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doctor?  drug dealer?  there's little difference in the wasteland.  i always thought the good Doctor Straus looked a little dead-eyed...  maybe she's dipping into her own inventory a bit too much.

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Original Post: Ain't that the truth! 
That being said, in the here and now there really isn't a whole lot of difference between a doctor and a drug dealer either.
The list of buyable items is just a bit narrower. 
Ask anyone who's on antidepressants or who can smoke "medical marijuana.'
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you can be burned, drowned, and discarded...  but war never changes.

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I didn't like the cowboys (NCR) and Indians (Caesar's Legion) main plot of FNV but the character backgrounds were almost all well written.
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sometimes i wonder if he'll switch on his own.  Dog/God isn't the most comforting companion...  suddenly Lily looks like a rock of mental stability.

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+Tycho Azrephet Well it also cant die if life was never really evident. Funny that, its a constant through all aspects of them.
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i don't know how the doctor gets any work done in this dimly-lit office.  maybe the Mojave the Brotherhood went all goth after too much time underground.

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Vegas has always needed its artists.  they're just as unappreciated as everywhere else.

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Kinda interesting that Michelangelo was a sculpture and Michael Angelo works in neon signs, which would be considered a lost art in 2277, similar to how figure sculpting is viewed now.
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Rap Genius has The Rap Map!  they're mapping out all the places mentioned in hip-hop tracks, ranging from cities to particular neighborhoods.  few art forms have made local identity such a vital aspect; areas from Brooklyn to Compton have become known world-wide through rap lyrics - there's even a guided hip-hop tour of Compton.  gotta rep that hood!

unsurprisingly, the densest areas are NYC, LA, and ATL...  but the Bay needs more!  the lyrics for Too Short's "Just Another Day" brought me to the map, but there's an unmapped mention of my hometown, San José.  hmm, i might have to fix that...
http://genius.com/Too-short-just-another-day-lyrics/

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The Rap Map guides you through the hip-hop terrain of the planet. If you're looking for JAY Z's birthplace or Lil Wayne's neighborhood—check out the Rap Map.
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vaccination-related posts like this often explode into a decreasingly-civil debate.  unfortunately, it's kind of moot:  while vaccines are backed by decades of peer-reviewed, independently-funded scientific studies, the anti-vaccination movement is basically zealotry that has fixated on a few data points (including some disproven ones).  you can't really sway a zealot with rational debate, you have to get them on a baser emotional level. but there is no debate here.  it's settled science.

three things could happen:

1. someone figures out a way to actually communicate how ridiculously irresponsible they're being and this convinces them.  unfortunately good ol' reason won't work here:  there needs to be the "more offended than thou" approach that seems to pass for discourse in America.

2. larger and larger public health scares guilt the anti-vaxxers into being responsible.

3. it's a fad that passes.

if you're against vaccines then you need to play on the same field that the vaccines were tested on:  run peer-reviewed scientific studies.  until then you're just playing with public health for your own feelings of smug superiority.
 
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All three of my children have been vaccine-free since birth. They all have incredibly resilient immune systems and are rarely if ever ill. Part of the comfort in the decision making process regarding vaccination comes from education and research, listening to both sides of the debate and then making your own informed decision without being bullied either way. Here are six very inexpensive, yet extremely valuable publications I recommend that may help you better assess your options regarding vaccination. 

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Let's ignore them. They will disappear eventually.
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more evidence that, even on a biological level, diversity of experience is more valuable than sheltering your children.  both science and culture continue to show that isolation is detrimental to physical, cultural, and societal well-being.  exposure to everything from different languages to different kinds of dirt makes children into better people.  don't let your own fears harm your child's development!

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Exactly! When I was 5 I developed a seafood allergy to shell fish. Had some lobster and then My face and neck swoll up. But I fucking love shellfish so after that incident I kept eating Shrimp and crab even tho it would swell my lips up. But after about two years the allergy went away.
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this is a simple smog check shop behind a gas station; it's basically a one-car garage with a counter and the equipment. it was quick and inexpensive; ask about an online discount, all he asks is that you post a review (see, i'm an honest person - here it is!). the gentleman worked efficiently and treated my car well. the smog check and brief paperwork took no more than 10 minutes on a weekday afternoon with no one waiting. he did mention that the hours vary depending on the day, so make sure to call beforehand if you're not sure.
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i come back here regularly for the burgers. i don't drink, but my friends that do appreciate the beer menu; a buddy that lived in Germany for a while liked that the waitress didn't blink when he ordered some weird German cocktail of beer with a shot of soda in it. for a while they seemed to be perpetually understaffed, just one or two servers short of what you needed for speedy service, but they seem to have worked out their schedule and service is reasonable now. the burgers are a good size without feeling ridiculous, the meat is good (beef or lamb!), and the fries and onion rings are proper. the sausage sandwich menu is mixed: some of them are big and good, some are smaller and a bit on the bland side (start with the smoked kielbasa and then explore).
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what a place! for an hourly rate you get a lift and a chest of hand tools (SAE and metric, mostly Snap-On/Williams) that includes a couple pneumatic wrenches. also included is access to specialty tools like spring compressors, brake piston compressors, or a tap and die set. there are some heavy shop tools like a stand grinder & brush, drill press, and hydraulic press. for an extra buck an hour you can use consumables like grease or the parts washer. there aren't super crazy manufacturer-specific tools (bring your own) or a bunch of sheet metal and welding stuff (not that kinda shop), but there's plenty to do serious car work. the folks that work there are very nice, extremely helpful, and accommodating to the realities of Murphy's Law. i came down to do a thorough but routine brake job on a 2007 S4: rotors, pads, lines, fluid flush, plus a fuel filter. it's been a while since i've done a brake job, but it still _should_ have been routine... but a combination of super-compact (and super-obnoxious) rear brakes with a few stuck and locally-unavailable bolts quadrupled the length of this job. thankfully, they have a reasonable overnight rate for these problem projects and the manager provided advice and exceptional service that was critical to getting the job done right. work carefully, take care of the tools and clean up after yourself, and they'll take great care of you. this kind of shop is perfect if you live in an apartment, your house is unsuitable for car work (i have no garage and a gravel driveway, ugh), or you just need the joy of a lift. you should have some experience with working on cars to save you time on the clock, for safety, and for proper tool use. they have ALLDATA on site, which is a handy resource, but for complex jobs you should come in there well-researched and preferably with printed-out procedures.
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