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Someone lost his first tooth. :D
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Where is his eye patch?
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A Fascinating Look at Public Toilets From Around the World
When you travel abroad, you won't be surprised to find that people speak a different language at your destination. You might not even be surprised to realise that people drive very differently in other parts of the world. But would you be shocked if we told you that going to the bathroom might be very different…
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MUH ROADZ!

h\t +Eric Kirchner​ 
Everybody gripes about Michigan's potholes. But in Hamtramck, a group of friends is raising money to fix their roads themselves.
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"In a sense, the statue is a stress test of American plurality: at what point does religious freedom make the people uncomfortable?"

Uh...wait...what?

Kinda think you missed to point, +TIME​
The "largest public satanic ceremony in history"
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+Dee Minor, if the Swiss can do it, any other country can do the same.
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What doesn't make Clippy an ass?
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5 Simple DIY Hacks for Filmmaking on a Budget
You're making a film, but your budget is low. You can get great quality video from the family DSLR as a video camera, or even a smartphone camera (the iPhone can make particularly good movies, as can Microsoft's high-end Lumia devices), but putting together well lit and smooth motion shots can be tough without costly accessories. But budget doesn't have…
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That is a thing of beauty.
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Isn't it weird to think that just 20ish short years ago we were all delivered a book, straight to our doorstep, every year, that contained just about everyone in our city's first and last name, address, and phone number?

Straight to our doorstep! Full real name, phone number, and home address !

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We still get a printed phone book each year too, but it's mostly coupons and yellow pages. The residential white pages is nothing like it used to be.
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Dear Free-Range Kids: I am from Germany and what I read on your webpage is really shocking for me. How did American parents get so paranoid and CPS professionals support that! I am a social worker and a mother of a 4 year old girl and a 6 year old boy. I work for the city of Regensburg at the ...
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I've seen it stated somewhere before, children are being taught to fear life, not how to handle things as they come up. They are being taught that only authorities can keep them safe. I weep for America's children

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Published a handy little OS X app for hotel (http://npmjs.com/hotel)
hotel-clerk - :hotel: Convenient menubar UI for https://npmjs.org/hotel
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I am a woman, wife, mother, (secular) homeschooler, and my family is the most important thing to me. 

My parenting technique is mostly "free range", and my homeschooling technique is mostly "child led" (though not quite unschooling).
I respect children as people and individuals, and believe that most children are far more intelligent, capable, and wise than we (people, collectively) typically give them credit for.  

I like hiking, camping, leisurely cycling, walking, and generally being outside.

I enjoy photography, Pentax cameras, knitting, crocheting, and making beaded jewelry.

I like helping people in need, and feel a sense of personal responsibility to try to  help people directly.  

I'm interested in nutrition, sustainable living, and learning and teaching my children as much as I can about as many subjects as possible. (and finding the right rescources to help us learn the things I cannot teach)

While I understand the natural desire to label things and people, and to associate with people of like mind, I also believe that if we stop making such an effort to segregate ourselves into groups by race, religion, politics, nationality, gender, ability, etc; we may realize that we are all HUMAN and learn to respect and accept each other as such. 
If we stop fighting for special or better treatment for whatever groups we have chosen to align ourselves with, and instead we all unite to fight for EQUAL treatment and freedom for ALL people, we can make a better world than we or anyone before us has ever experienced. 

I used to think that democracy was pretty great, but as I get older and pay more attention to politics, I think more and more that democracy is the #1 way to ensure that the majority always rules the minority. The only solution I can think of for this problem is to limit government enough so that ALL people have the freedom to live the way they choose (with the caveat that some sort of reprecussions should happen for any person that harms another).
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We are from out of town, but stopped in the replace my husband's mod and my tank. I'm really impressed. VaporGeeks has a larger variety of mods and tanks than I have seen in any vape shop in the Phoenix area, and much better prices on them, as well. The 3 juices we got (cinn sugar cookie, vanilla cupcake, and sub ohm French vanilla) are all good, and reasonably priced. The staff was very friendly, helpful, knowledgeable, and willing to answer questions.
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Dr Tipton is great. Everyone on his team is professional and friendly, and does great work.
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I had seen another dentist before who, after glancing at my xrays, told me I had one and only one option for getting my tooth replaced, and the option he gave me seemed really extreme. I went to a different dentist after that who referred me to Dr Cravatta. Dr Cravatta's staff was friendly, though not very chatty (which is ok), Dr Cravatta himself was REALLY helpful. Not only did he look at my xrays, but he also did some 3D imaging to see exactly how much space there would be to put an implant in for me. He then went through SEVERAL options for me to choose from, explained each one at length, explained the pros and cons between them, and listened to my opinions about which ones were best suited for me personally, and gave me his recommendation. When I made my decision he referred me to an excellent orthodontist (Dr Tipton) for the next step in the process. Dr Cravatta was professional, friendly, and obviously concerned about my comfort level and desires, as well as what options would be the most permanant, and most cost effective.
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Dr Noble and his entire team are really wonderful. Friendly, caring, professional. They are great for adults and children. They see my whole family, and I would recommend them to anyone.
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Lee and his team are the best. Their prices are good, their work is top notch. They will explain your vehicle's issues to you however they need to to match your level of understanding. They care about the safety of you and your family, and will make sure your car is in a safe condition to drive first and foremost. They will give you a realistic estimate of how long you can wait to get certain work done, as well as making sure you understand which work is #1 priority and what minor issues can wait if you need them to. Everyone who works at accurate automotive is friendly and will treat you like a close friend or family. As a woman who was once told by a mechanic at a different shop: "tell your husband you need a WING NUT for this thing right here...", I can not stress enough how much I appreciate the fact that everyone at Accurate Automotive will NEVER speak to their customers in such a condescending way. They trust if you say you do understand some things about your car, and are never condescending even if you need "simple" things explained in more detail. I recommend Accurate Automotive to all of my friends and family, and will never go to another shop again.
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