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Rodolfo Rivera (foforivera)
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Am I the only one who lost their progress when you restoring the phone. I can see my medals in "play center" but the game itself is starting all over. Its sad because I've already spent some money on this game only to lose it due to a hardware problem. #snk #msd #help

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Make MacGyver proud. Learn how to make a paperclip lock pick that works: http://itstac.tc/1mrRF24
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24 Amazing Travel Hacks That Will Make Traveling a Breeze !
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The Wind Rises review: a Miyazaki masterpiece

The name Hayao Miyazaki is to many synonymous with that of the Japanese animation house he co-founded in the 1980s, Studio Ghibli. At 73 years old, his latest work -- The Wind Rises (Kaze Tachinu in Japan) -- is also to be his last.

Ahead of its May release via Studio Canal in the UK, I was a little nervous entering the screening room to see the picture. I'm a long-time Ghibli admirer and fan, but I'm in the camp that favours its marriage of fantasy and mysticism (My Neighbor Totoro, Howl's Moving Castle) over its explorations of real life (Grave of the Fireflies). I had heard The Wind Rises sat somewhere in the middle. I'd heard it has subtle political messages. I didn't know what to expect.

My nervousness was largely unfounded. Miyazaki's final work is a beautiful masterpiece; in creative direction, in storytelling, in emotion, The Wind Rises succeeds.

Read more: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-03/18/the-wind-rises-review
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"The Right Way To Drink Tequila" http://feedly.com/e/7X0UeqOy

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Ay raza.
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