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My drawing today minion space balls Hahahaha this would be great 
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Triplet foetuses, coloured 3-D ultrasound scan.
These triplets are non-identical as they are seen in separate amniotic sacs. Ultrasound scanning is a diagnostic technique that sends high-frequency sound waves into the body via a transducer. The returning echoes are recorded and used to build an image of an internal structure.
Credit: Dr. Najeeb Layyous
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There comes a time on every family outing when the little ones can go no further and demand to be carried the rest of the way.

Luckily for these six fluffy cygnets, Mummy was happy to oblige. One by one, under her watchful eye, the brood clambered aboard her back for a ride.

Having checked all were present and correct, the mother swan gently tucked back her wings to stop them falling off before gliding back to her nest.  Source: dailymail.co.uk
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Game genre: unfolding game. Do boring waiting shit for N minutes, then a NEW MECHANIC is introduced. Then more dull part. Curiosity hook.
Extra Credits - The Waiting Game - Why Weird Game…: http://youtu.be/ptk93AyICH0
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Soooo, the Xbox One controller works AWESOME on PC. Using my USB cable I have for my play and charge kit, i plugged the controller into my PC and Windows 7 OS recognized it perfectly and installed all the drivers automatically. I wanted to try out some of my new Steam games with controller support and they played perfectly on it.

I'm sorry, but the Xbox 360s controller flat out SUCKED when it came to any 2-D side scrollers and playing emulators where it was better to use the D-pad. I had to use my PS3 controller and MotionInJoy program to play Super Meat boy on PC, as accuracy is key in that game. But this isn't the case with the Xbox One. No more bulky back to it, thumb stick rubber is durable unlike the 360. And the D-pad feels right. I wish Microsoft made different colored XB1 controllers. I'd buy a 2nd controller to use with PC and as a 2nd player controller on XB1. So my 360 controller is now history, and the PS4 controller while being a just as good if not better than the XB1 controller IMHO just doesn't have official drivers to work perfectly in a PC.

Either way, I'm a happy camper. I can natively use my PS4 controller on my Sony Tablet Z to play all my emulator games on my 64gb micro SD. And PC gaming (because I can't stand mouse and keyboard) I will use the XB1 controller. Gotta love dual support for favorite gaming controllers!

That being said, if you're a PC gamer and like using a controller, or got used to using a 360 controller I highly suggest you get a XB1 controller. Its everything the 360 wasn't.
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"Yawning is contagious"

The third kitten seems like it came out from nowhere...

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A lovely theatre in a good location. Good seats and setups.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Nearly flawless hotel experience, shared a two-bed room which was roomy. Thin walls though, so noisy neighbours might bother your getting to sleep. Did not try the breakfast or hotel wifi.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Coleslaw was good, Chicken burger with mild lemon sauce was good (but why on baguette bread?) Vegetarian patty in a pita bread pocket was abysmal, way dominated by mint or other herb leaves. Good decor and reasonable ordering system. Go here if you like peri-peri (piri-piri, African bird's eye chili) sauce, otherwise go elsewhere.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
A decent place, with porridge and bananas and sandwiches and whatnot. You should go to a tiny six-table café instead though.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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Lovely old pub, I ate a great "hunter's chicken" there. Others loved the fish and chips.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Good burger, exotic matchstick-sized fries (if you choose them), but the noise level was awful, I guess they have not paid any attention to echo dampening (hard walls, sound bounces a lot) so don't go here if you hate noisy restaurants.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Pretty good place, don't expect anything excellent though. Above average food, good service, it's sort of like a school cafeteria.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago