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Alec Tefertiller
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Filmmaker, Creative Storyteller, Internet Marketer, Lover of Tex-Mex
Filmmaker, Creative Storyteller, Internet Marketer, Lover of Tex-Mex

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Laughing out loud ( that means LOL, for the kids)!
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#ifIhadglass I would discover new ways to expand my classrooms, both as a grad student and a teacher. How can glass be used to enhance my learning? How can glass allow me to better connect with students? I'd like to find out.
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Thanks for showing overwhelming response during last time contest, most you have might have received the code and enjoying the game, but we highly regret for those we could not provide the code.

But don't worry we are back again with plenty of #Ingress #Invite codes just for you . Just follow below steps.

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► Circle Invite Hackers Club Page.
► Join Hacked Invites community. All future updates will be available here.
► This will be open for next 24 hrs only. After that invites will not be available for 1 week. So hurry up.

This trick worked for many ... Now its your turn.

Note:- You can ingore this post if you do not want code but please do not discourage others.

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#ingressinvitesgiveaway  #ingressinvitation     #ingressresistance  
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Anyone got an Ingress invite they want to throw my way?
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HA!
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This is a photo of a dolphin just about to go whale-sliding! 
"It took place on a January afternoon off the northwest coast of Kauai, when a group of eight bottlenose dolphins met up with a pair of humpback whales. Two of the dolphins – apparently adults – approached one of the whales, first appearing to surf the pressure wave created by the whale's head as it swam, and later taking turns lying perpendicularly across the whale's rostrum when it surfaced to breathe. Then, while one of the dolphins lay balanced over the end of its rostrum, the whale stopped and slowly lifted the dolphin high into the air. The dolphin maintained an arched position and made no effort to escape, allowing the whale to continue lifting until it was nearly vertical in the water, at which point the dolphin slid down the whale's rostrum, dove into the water, and porpoised back to its fellow dolphins." #wildlifewednesday   #bestfriend   #dolphins   #whales  

Source: http://io9.com/5870217/an-uplifting-dolphin-story-literally
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"I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. But I can tell you that I have a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for bouncy things like you that roll across the floor. As long as you are on the floor, I will look for you, I will chase you, and I will kill you."
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I think a trap a lot of us creative types fall into is that we have trouble putting a price on our babies. In our minds, the public should have no trouble forking over $20 for our DVD or eBook, because, well, it's a labor of love for us, and why wouldn't you want to pay top dollar for my precious baby?

When investors enter the mix, the stakes go up exponentially. Now it's not only our baby, it's their baby, too, and we want them to get a return on their investment.

I think it's important, from day one, to understand that your movie/book/whatever is worth only what people are willing to pay for it -- not what you think they should be willing to pay, and not what you'll need to charge to cover your fixed costs.
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