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Rick Berg
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A few auto-awesomes that Google decided to make from a whale-watching trip (Feb. 28, 2015, Monterey Bay).
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The caption is "Bend girls compete for "Queen of the Deer Season" (1937)

Found on the wall of McMenamin's Old St. Francis School, Bend, OR.
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I think this is a "no," but thought I'd ask. Can I add a big list of items (originally came from a spreadsheet column) to a Springpad checklist without entering each item individually? I have a list of about 900 items.

edit: the items are return-delimited.
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Thanks for the response. I enjoy your Springpad videos.
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A beautiful weekend at Mount Bachelor if you are a skier. I'm not, but the deck outside of the bar/restaurant was nice. The colors in the sky turned out pretty well in this picture.
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An 11 year-old boy has discovered one of the most exquisitely preserved wooly mammoths ever

"Russian media outlets are reporting that an 11 year-old boy named Yevgeny Salinder has uncovered the remains of a wooly mammoth that died about 30,000 years ago. After stumbling upon the extinct animal, Yevgeny ran home to tell his parents, who in turned alerted the local paleontologists. And as their preliminary analysis has revealed, it may be one of the most pristine remnants of a wooly mammoth ever discovered.

The remains were found about three kilometers from the Sopkarga polar weather station in Taymyr, Russia, where Yevgeny lives with his parents. The area is in the far north of Russia in the most northern part of the Eurasian continent."
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Interested in continuing your education? Enroll in summer courses through Coursera. Free courses on a wide variety of topics through four excellent institutions: Stanford, Penn, University of Michigan, and Princeton.
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I got this fortune a couple weeks ago. I've been looking up occasionally. Nothing yet.
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A fun little Halloween project for you and the kids...
Nothing signifies a rousing shindig like the distinct sound of splattering vomit, especially when it's a Halloween party based on the infamous horror film The Exorcist!
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Cool old acquaduct seen while hiking the Sierra Discovery Trail near Emigrant Gap (California).
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Tien-Tien was totally enjoying his packed lunch a couple days ago (Smithsonian National Zoo, Washington, DC). 
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Two words: Pancake Pops. How to make 'em: http://j.mp/LQbs75
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    Psych Studies in Education, 1989 - 1999
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  • Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose
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Excellent pizza and beer. Great value during late night and Sunday happy hours. Recommended, even without the happy hour deals.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Very good barbeque. Mostly a carryout place.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Very friendly staff. Excellent happy hour deal on $1 tacos and $1 spicy beans. $3 and the cost of a beer gets you a friendy atmosphere and a satisfying meal.
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reviewed a year ago
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Good Italian panini and coffee. Friendly staff. $6.99 lunch special includes sandwich, chips, and add a soda or tea for $1 more. Will have to try their live entertainment one of these evenings. edit: out of business.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Very good breakfast, satisfying portions. The food is perhaps a little pricey for breakfast, but if you live in the area, check your mail for the coupon mailers -- they usually have a buy one entree get one half off, or something similar. That makes it great food for good value.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Excellent food as a taqueria-style restaurant. Suiza quesadilla is a big meal. Salsa bar is solid.
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reviewed a year ago