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Sheila Nagig
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Ik ben trots op mezelf. Gisteren was ik dapper genoeg om te een wandeling alleen in de dorp met onze hond. Ik heb nog steeds angst dat mensen willen met mij in Nederlands praten, maar mijn nederlands is elke dag beter worden, en ik begrijp de grootste deel van wat ik hoor.
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+Sheila Nagig my friend has recently moved to Amsterdam and he has been working in a restaurant which has helped tremendously with his Dutch.

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Ik ben begonnen met zwaaien naar de pottekijkers om de blikken op hun gezichten te zien.
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Nederlandse heeft zoveel dubbele bedoelingen als Engels.
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This is as good an attitude as any to start another year with.
 
Your worst battle is between what you know and what you feel. One of the hardest decisions you will ever have to make is when to stay put and try harder or when to just take your memories and move on. Sometimes you have to step outside of the person you’ve been, and remember the person you were meant to be, the person you are capable of being, and the person you truly are. - via: http://www.marcandangel.com/2012/08/31/10-actions-that-always-bring-happiness/
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if you can still remember, that is...

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These are some interesting thoughts on growth and change, and the difference between the two.
 
Change can be painful and stressful and hence is resisted in most cases.
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very good article

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I've always been a big fan of Peter O'Toole, who died at the ripe old age of 81 yesterday. He will be missed, but what a body of work he has left behind for us to enjoy.

http://www.theguardian.com/film/2013/dec/15/peter-o-toole-dies-lawrence-arabia

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000564/
In 1966, a famous actor (Peter O'Toole) is taken by a rowboat to a fabulous old hotel on an island in the middle of a lake. He comes to find out that time st...
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*nods. Indeed Sheila a veritable abundance of talent 
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My earworm du jour.
T.Rex performs Life's a Gas, from the album Electric Warrior. Marc Bolan is a god.
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Nyuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu..........breathe....uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu....gaspbreathe..... uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

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+Emily Parker reminded me of this song again. It's an old favorite of mine.
Handsome Boy Modeling School -- So... How's Your Girl? Producers: Dan The Automator & Prince Paul Label:Tommy Boy Music Catalog#:TBCD 1258 Format:CD, Album C...
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It turns out that nearly everyone of a certain age in the Netherlands remembers this rack in the kitchen when they were children. These three things were about all you would ever need to clean a house, and they would qualify today as green.
Sets of 3 containers for soap (seife), sand and soda – most enamel, some very decorative – displayed on German kitchen walls of the earlier 1900s.
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Interesting!

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The photographer's story is fascinating, and his work speaks for itself. I'd like to find the book on the female nude that he was supposed to have written.
 
An interesting piece on a forgotten 1920's photographer of female nudes. He also experiment with motion pictures. Culturally, it's an interesting article too. He ran afoul of the Comstock laws several times and spent time in prison. And the fact that his studies of nude women of color were termed "anthropological" is pretty telling. #nsfw
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Yes, he did deliberately damage the plates, although most of his negatives and prints were destroyed after his death.

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Microsoft did something really cool. I think I might faint.
More than 300 years of illustrations from the archives of the British Library have been uploaded to Flickr Commons, and now the organisation wants help sifting through them
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Microsoft does so many cool things that we just take for granted even.

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I've experienced this once or twice. These are all PUA tactics which bear a strong resemblance to the way child molesters groom their intended victims by undermining their self-esteem. In fact, the only difference between them seems to be the targeted age-group.
 
Don't hate the playa, hate the game Yeah, go play'ya games over there, ain't nobody got no time fo'dis...  No. I do not do this, so you know. I like to look in the mirror in the morning and be happy with who I see.  I'm reposting because I added a picture, however it's not showing up! Boo. :)

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I guess you could say I've done a little bit of everything. It's a living. 

DO NOT use my comment threads to hawk your product. I will delete them every time I find them, and I'm going to try very hard to do it before anybody sees it. If it happens twice from the same person with no other interaction, that person will be blocked and I will say very unkind things about your product breaking or spontaneously bursting into flames and being responsible for a rising list of casualties. If I'm feeling really ambitious, I might even appeal to other people to spread the word about your dangerous and toxic product so that nobody makes the mistake of buying it. (Does not apply to things made by actual friends of mine. Peddle away in good health.)

If you're religious and you're thinking of adding me to your circles, be aware that I'm an atheist. Don't try to convert me. If that's a problem for you, or you don't like having someone disagree with your faith, I might not be an appropriate choice to add to your circles in the first place. If you quote scripture in any  comment thread of mine, I'm going to ask you to explain it in your own words and how it's relevant. Self-determination is something I hold dear. I like to make up my own mind about things. In real life, I keep a bucket of water next to the door for missionaries and traveling salesmen. I don't change out the water, I just top it up. I think right now it has a couple of dead spiders in it.

Otherwise I'm fairly easy-going. Just participate and have fun with it. 



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