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I'm not trying to be disagreeable. I just want to get at the truth.
I'm not trying to be disagreeable. I just want to get at the truth.


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Sticking this here so I can go back and watch it a few more times until I've grokked it. Thought a few of you might be interested in it as well.

Here's what I've got so far:

Observers are IxxJs and ExxPs. In other words, they're Ni, Ne, Si, Se.
Observers are pretty chill when it comes to dealing with self vs. tribe. They focus on organizing/gathering things. One they'll be really good at and one will be overwhelming.

Deciders are IxxPs and ExxJs. In other words they're Ti, Te, Fi, Fe.
Deciders are pretty chill when it comes to organizing or gathering things, but when it comes to dealing with others, they're either focus on doing things for others or they'll zero in on personal beliefs and identity. One they'll be really good at and one will always freak them out.

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My mom and I traveled to Uganda and Kenya to visit friends. We took a whirlwind tour, leaving Colorado on February 28th and returning March 9th.
Trip to Uganda and Kenya
Trip to Uganda and Kenya

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Dave Super Powers is back and this time he takes on being introverted vs. being extraverted.

Once upon a time I could click on my headshot in the upper right hand corner, scroll down and down and down until I finally got to a means of changing my "identity" to that of one of the pages I've made here on G+. But those pages are no longer accessible that way.

I can get to the page I'm trying to reach by doing a search, but I can't get to it in such a way that that's my identity -- such that I can add posts to it and make changes to it.

Can someone update me on the new and improved means of getting to a page I've made and updating it? When I do a Google search for the answer, I just keep hitting directions that explain the old way.

Thanks. :-)

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This is Peekboo. She has a new pond, which she looooooooves!!! :-)

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This is a great talk on the intersection of Arts & Culture and architecture, racism and urban design.

We often take buildings for granted, but they shape our culture and our lives. Our environment has an affect upon us and this includes the built environment.

Michael Ford explains how Black culture influenced building design and how Hip Hop arose as a response to Modern architecture (specifically Modern architecture that wasn't well done).

Building in such a way that there is a negative impact on people, especially an entire people group, is a justice issue. We can do better. Michael calls for Design Justice.

This talk is about 18 minutes long, but if you're interested in Hip Hop, Modern design, architecture, or justice issues, you should find this an insightful talk.

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More evidence that there's a link between sugar intake and Alzheimers.

"We think that because sugar damage reduces some MIF functions and completely inhibits others that this could be a tipping point that allows Alzheimer's to develop."

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I've searched the net on this topic and came up empty. So I decided to write my own perspective on Christianity and how it relates to historic preservation.
Rolling into a new year is often a time of self-reflection and assessment. I have been thinking a lot about how I spend my time and as I get more actively involved in historic preservation in northern Colorado, I've had to ask myself, is this where I want my focus to be?

As a Christian, my world-view leads me to look at things through the lens of the Bible. So that's what I decided to do. And I've hopefully written in such a way that though this article is full of Scripture quotes, even if you're not a Christian you might still find a lot of good information and tidbits worthy of reflection in regards to historic preservation.

So no matter what your background or point of view, I hope you'll find this article to be interesting. And I'd love to hear your thoughts and your own point of view.

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I'm in love!
LEGO Volkswagen Beetle (Creator 10252)
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