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John Lilly
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both HDR - why not, more data right? the dark one just had a weird Google Photos filter.
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Checking out a flick about the anarchists' attempt to overthrow the U.S. government in the 1920's ... Movie review forthcoming. 
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torrents exist
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It's time to organize the people and replace the oligarch with democracy once again ...
 
It's official. A new scientific study finds that America is no longer a functioning democracy, but an oligarchy -- a political system ruled by the wealthy elite. That might explain why broadly supported measures such as mandatory background checks on gun sales, a carbon tax to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and raising the federal minimum wage can't pass the Tea Party Congress.
Scientists have proven that our government is far from what we believe.
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We need to institute a direct democracy, not representative government. 
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It's going to be like this for a few weeks - get used to it. 
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congrats +Jeff Schultz 
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So, apparently in Los Angeles, when a situation gets somewhat ridiculous it's referred to as a "shit show."

I'd never heard that before, but I've heard it daily since I landed in L.A.

I'm sharing it with you so we can all start using it.

#shitshow #hollywood


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Jamie I live in LA lol
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This is sweet! Who needs the internet when you can actually go there ...
 
I predict that mobile homes' popularity will explode with the implementation of supercharger networks, cheaper batteries, and self driving technologies.

When you can wake up in a different place than you went to sleep in, and then explore while your home charges, the world becomes a lot more accessible.

For anyone that doesn't need much space, doesn't mind pulling up roots and would like to see a bit of the world, this is a natural solution.

If I could work from anywhere, I'd get a self driving electric RV and work from everywhere.

Well, once the kids move out anyway.
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Hello, new plan for retirement!
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Pershing Square - Downtown Los Angeles
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New office view ... Downtown Los Angeles #DTLA
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Good view!

If you head up Hill St, just before temple the Superior Court is there, I go there a few times a month 
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+Zach Young and I share tastefully whacky .gifs ...
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love it
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Autumn in New Hampshire, United States!
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That was a neat movie ... 
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Defender of Truth, Justice and the American Way.
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I develop brands and build online communities for businesses and non-profits.

I have a strong passion for helping mom & pop startups compete against the big brands through more effective visual communication strategies, and I brazenly challenge the Status quo to keep things interesting ... to make sure people are _thinking_.

Don't let the suit fool you. That's satire. I am a fun-loving anarchist that understands the importance of first impressions. It worked. You're reading this, right? If you can't get enough of my snarky charm here, you can always find me on the other social media sites and at JLilly.com since 2001.

Accounts with fake names, no contact info, no photos and other anonymous creepers may get blocked without notice. First person to start name-calling loses.


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The two older women who run the deli in the morning ruin my experience for the entire store nearly every time I go into this location. I work next door, and there isn't really anything else open in the neighborhood, plus the deli food is decent and predictable. The problem is that these two women (not the younger ones, not the dudes) have zero social skills and should not be working with the public. I could make a long list of cliche anti-customer behaviors but you should probably experience it for yourself. My favorite part is when you first get there and nobody else is around, but they don't say anything for a minute or two after they've seen you. That's always a great way to start an exchange. These two are grouchy, grumpy, angry, bitchy, nasty - pick an adjective. Pretty unbelievable they still have jobs. Safeway must be union. I feel for the others who have to work with them. You'd think management would step up and impose some kind of hospitality training on people like this. Two stars because they exceed their 3 minute sandwich-making policy all the time, _providing free sandwiches_ to those who assert the policy.
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