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Not all those who wander are lost -JRR Tolkien
Not all those who wander are lost -JRR Tolkien

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If drinking coffee staves off Alzheimer's, I should be set.

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I'm in.
She Walks in Shadows, an anthology from Innsmouth Free Press, features an all-woman roster of 25 writers and almost a dozen artists writing and illustrating female-centric Lovecraft stories.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/She-Walks-Shadows-Gemma-Files/dp/1927990165/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
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I've always heard good things, but I've never been.
The DEXCON 19 LARP schedule, featuring over 40 LARPs, is now available for seat reservations.

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Geeks do love airships.

#steampunk
Today in 1937: German airship Hindenburg burst into flames while landing at Lakehurst, New Jersey, killing 35 of the 97 people on board and one member of the ground crew. Although it was not history's worst airship disaster, the tragedy signaled the end of passenger airship travel.

This model of Hindenburg hanging at our Museum in Washington, DC was used in the 1975 Universal film "The Hindenburg" starring George C. Scott and Anne Bancroft.

Video of the Hindenburg disaster: http://bit.ly/1hw3OPT
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Pretty cool, probably true.
Scholars theorize that learning Latin and Greek prefixes, suffixes and bases helps build vocabulary more quickly than learning definitions of individual words.

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This article really only names the problem, the solution requires a lot of formal structure to prevent what is feared -that teachers will merely imprint their own politics on their students.

I used to bicker on the Internet a lot more, so I probably need a few lessons, myself.

The problem with Google+ is that it's not popular... which is extremely bad because that is exactly why I like Google+.

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Policy is hard to understand, you might as well vote for something incomprehensible.

Today should be good.

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Lots of US Servicemen play Dungeons and Dragons, but this is just... wow.
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