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Andrij “Andrew” Harasewych
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Marketing Strategist, Lover of Science
Marketing Strategist, Lover of Science

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Join some of the country's best wineries and mixologists, sampling your way through a showcase of the best wines, craft cocktails, and bartenders in Philadelphia - enjoy some of the best cocktails you have ever had.

Be sure to grab your tickets today!
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As a board member for the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce, a TED(x) talk alum, a member of the Brewers Association Government Affairs Committee, and as president of the board of The Garden State Craft Brewers Guild, Cape May Brewery founder Ryan Krill is no slouch when it comes to the world of craft beer.

Sit back and relax as he answers a few important questions for us about himself and a true rising star in the craft beer community: Cape May Brewing Company.
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Eddie "Skrillex" Redmayne in "Fantastic Beats and Where to Find Them."
Thanks +Aaron Wood for the inspiration.

#HarryPotter #FantasticBeasts
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Friends don't let friends vote for Jill Stein.
The Green Party presidential candidate presents herself as an authentic progressive alternative. She is not.
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I'm sorry... but this needs pointing out. The irony of a law office using someone else's work and likeness to advertise their services? Yeah... not hiring them any time soon.

#MarketingFail #plusonly
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At what point in history was it acceptable to ship monkeys by the barrel?

#JustCurious #NeedToKnow
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Thanks, Obama.

#BlameObama
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There is so much at stake here. The fight for women’s reproductive rights is not a sporting event. Our cities are rife with racial tensions, and too many of us white Americans fail to see this as our problem, too. The Affordable Care Act is not enough, but it is the first fragile step toward universal health care. It is already saving lives of people who had nothing — no health care, no safety net, nothing — before it passed.

I can't really add anything because she's spot on here. I highly recommend this read.

http://www.nationalmemo.com/this-progressive-doesnt-need-your-lectures/


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Jealous. Both of the watch, and the locale. One day.
Originally shared by Precision Watches & Jewelry
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No, the fact that you believed it doesn’t make it any more valid or worthwhile, and nobody owes your viewpoint any respect simply because it is yours. It's an opinion to say you like or don't like a certain song, or a book. Perhaps you have an opinion on your own favorite color. But to say that something which has been proven to be a lie is an opinion? Sorry, no. That's just not how it works.

http://www.houstonpress.com/arts/no-it-s-not-your-opinion-you-re-just-wrong-updated-7611752

If you think vaccines cause autism you are expressing something factually wrong, not an opinion. The fact that you may still believe that vaccines cause autism does not move your misconception into the realm of valid opinion. Nor does the fact that many others share this opinion give it any more validity. If you think the holocaust never happened, again you are expressing something factually wrong, not an opinion. Same goes for just about 70-80% of things that Trump supporters have parroted from their candidate - they are not valid opinions, they are proven lies or half-truths (http://goo.gl/vQekp4). If you try to repeat previously (some rather easily) debunked claims, (Clinton Cash, for example: http://goo.gl/uosJBR, or maybe something about Russian mining: http://goo.gl/lnZo3c) again you are expressing something factually wrong, not an opinion.

In other words, you can form an opinion in a bubble, and for the first couple of decades of our lives we all do. However, eventually you are going to venture out into the world and find that what you thought was an informed opinion was actually just a tiny thought based on little data and your feelings. Many, many, many of your opinions will turn out to be uninformed or just flat out wrong.
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