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Infographic adaptation of Star Wars A New Hope, 123m (403.5 ft) of scrolling
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I don't watch Game of Thrones anymore. I gave it up last year after the child incident.
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Philadelphia Italian Market Festival and the Walk Home.
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Every summer, more than 10,000 medieval-history buffs converge at a Pennsylvania campground, ready to dress, live, eat, battle and party like it's 1399. Game of Thrones fans have met their match.
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Only mistake I've spotted so far is weapons described as wood rather than rattan. "Staves" meaning spears? Some tents are home made, but I don't know of any literally hand sewn--that would be a lot of work.

For a story on the SCA it's pretty accurate.

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These almond cookies are really aggressive. 
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Also pointy on five ends 8)

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Heads up. When I went to Acme to buy food, there was almost no frozen (storebrand) vegetables in the case. Recalled.....

http://crffrozenfoods.com/recall-press-release/
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The Six Most Common Types of Slights:

1) Being left out

E.g. not being invited to a party that other people you know are going to, or being excluded from an important meeting at work.

2) Being forgotten

E.g. someone forgets to buy you a birthday present, or your partner forgets to buy you a valentines card, or you meet an old school friend and they don’t recognize you.

3) Being ignored

E.g. you say hello to someone and they blank you, or a friend doesn’t return your calls or e-mails, or you come up with some fantastic ideas at work, but your colleagues don’t pay attention.

4) Rejection

E.g. when a report you’ve written is sent back for more work when you ask someone out, and they turn you down.

5) When a favour or some help isn’t appreciated

E.g. when you give someone a lift, or cook them a meal or buy them a present, but they leave without showing any gratitude.

6) When people are rude or inconsiderate

E.g. when someone pushes in front of you a queue or doesn’t apologise after bumping into you.

Six Strategies For Handling Slights

First of all, accept that you feel hurt.
Take the perspective of the other person. Did they really mean to slight you, or are you misinterpreting the situation?
Don’t ruminate over the hurt.
Rather than automatically reacting with anger, ask yourself what the consequences of this will be.
Practice meditation or other relaxation techniques to create a more grounded and stable sense of self.
Remind yourself that as long as you respect yourself, no one else should have the power to offend you.
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Today is May 18th, 2016, and I wanted to pass on a quick note to you. As you know, I’ve found that 88% of my clients and readers with Hashimoto’s feel best gluten-free, even when they don’t have Celiac disease. Some people have even been able to get into remission by going gluten-free.
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Collaboration to focus on targeted gene therapies for the eye, skeletal muscles and central nervous system
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Narberth, Pennsylvania
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