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Ian Brown
Do what you love and the money will follow.
Do what you love and the money will follow.

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A cool song to drive to...
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If you want to get your amalgam fillings removed, make sure you get a biological dentist that follows the Huggins protocol.  Otherwise things could get worse if the proper precautions are not taken. 

You can find a biological dentist here:  And here is the Huggins protocol:
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Did you know that silver (amalgam) fillings that are still put into people's teeth today have up to 50% mercury in them, which is the most toxic non-radioactive metal on the planet?  Did you also know that over 50 chronic diseases were either healed or significantly improved by removing the amalgam fillings based on a 60,000 case study?  That's a big enough sample size for you, isn't it?

Check out this list of chronic health issues that were either healed or significantly improved after removing the amalgam fillings:

+ Periodontal diseases such as tissue inflammation, metal mouth, mouth sores, bone loss and burning mouth
+ Oral lichen planus and leukoplakia
+ Oral keratosis (pre-cancerous mucosal lesion)
+ Immune system dysfunction and autoimmune problems
+ Epilepsy
+ Multiple chemical sensitivities
+ Allergies
+ Asthma
+ Chronic headaches and/or migraines
+ Concentration problems and/or Attention Deficit Disorder
+ Tachycardia and/or heart problems
+ Blood conditions
+ Crohn’s disease
+ Digestive problems
+ Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
+ Dizziness and/or vertigo
+ Joint pain and/or arthritis
+ Neuropathy and/or paraesthesia
+ Multiple Sclerosis
+ Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis/Lou Gehrig’s disease
+ Alzheimer’s disease
+ Parkinson’s disease and muscle tremors
+ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
+ Memory disorders
+ Muscular and/or joint pain and fibromyalgia
+ Infertility
+ Endometriosis
+ Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome
+ Schizophrenia
+ Depression
+ Insomnia
+ Nausea
+ Anger
+ Anxiety & mental confusion
+ Susceptibility to infections
+ Antibiotic resistant infections
+ Cancers such as breast and leukaemia
+ Alopecia and hair loss
+ Sinus problems
+ Ringing in the ears/tinnitus
+ Chronic eye conditions including conditions such as: inflammation; iritis; astigmatism; myopia; cataracts; macular degeneration; retinitis pigmentosa and loss of color vision.
+ Vision disturbances
+ Eczema and psoriasis
+ Autoimmune thyroiditis
+ Skin conditions
+ Urinary and prostrate problems
+ Hearing loss
+ Candida
+ Diabetes
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Do you know someone with an illness that the doctors can't explain?  Maybe it's all in their head.
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A breakdown of Google+ for business...
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Great shot and even a better story on how much commitment was needed to take it. LOVE the dedication to your craft, +Karen Hutton!
The Shot I Fell Off A Bridge For
Last year around this time, I saw this shot coming. The clouds... their placement... oh, I knew it was gonna be good.

I threw on my snowshoes and hustled out to the best spot... on a bridge crossing that little creek you see at the lower left. I set up my tripod, got everything set up.. the sunset was peaking. Joy!

[She hits the pause button]
Last year was record-breaking in the snowfall department.
Each storm dropped several feet... and also changed where you perceived the edges of things. Like bridges over creeks. Instead of the edge of the bridge, you might be standing on a cornice of snow. Soft snow. And yet imagine that you have something solid beneath you.
[She presses play again]

I stepped around the tripod leg to reach the shutter button and...
Felt the snow give way beneath me, fell over backwards and landed on my back in the slushy creek below. It all happened so fast! I heard a little girl screaming in the distance. Poor thing, I thought, she sounds terrified! Someone should help her! Then I realized it was me. Wow, that's embarrassing. I wondered if anyone heard. Lying alone in the slush (think 7-11 slushy), I hoped no one heard. Then realized that really, no one WOULD hear - and I'd better get up out of the muck - and quick!

I looked up.
My brand new Canon 5D Mark II was still on the tripod... that now had one leg dangling above me. I gasped... It was about to join me in the drink!
I hauled myself to my soggy feet and tried to climb out.
But the snow was too soft and I keep sliding back.
So I got on my hands and knees and just kept clambering and clawing until I surfaced.
Staggered to the tripod. Reset it.
I was gonna GET this freakin' sunset if it killed me... even IF it had already peaked while I foundered on my back in a creek full of slush.
I will NOT be daunted!

Hands shaking, I pressed the shutter.
Snap, snap and... snap. (it was, after all, Canon)
Got it. Take THAT, Powers That Be!!

Proving once again, you really don't have to go far from home for an adventure.

The end.
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Very cool. Boy's got talent!
I took this shot at Sunset a few hours ago, on the beach off Farrington Highway, in Waianae, Oahu. It's been raining for days all across Hawaii, and we finally got some sun the last few days. Well, sorta, I kept driving and chasing the sun, and escaping the light rain that was causing a mist on my camera lens. Eventually I settled on this spot and sat by the ocean watching the waves roll in as the sun's last rays said their farewell.

Photography Note: For those interested in HDR photography, this isn't one. It's a single shot, not tonemapped. It was a surprise to me, but the long exposure gave this single raw shot a "painterly" impression.
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Interesting Infograph on Pinterest.
The Marketers Guide to Pinterest – Infographic -- VERY cool infographic by +MDG Advertising and post by +Jeff Bullas on +Involver.

Are you interested in Pinterest? :) Is it a fad? Will Facebook buy them soon? (LOL, kidding).
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Have you checked out Google Play yet? It's pretty sweet. I just bought Coldplay's Mylo Xyloto album for 25 cents. And you can buy an app to play it on your iPhone/iPad if you're an Apple fanboy like I am, although I have an Android as well. You can also play it any web browser. Check it out!
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