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Beware of starting underground fires not only in root systems, but if the sod is dry and thick, you may set that going underground too.  I'd recommend flooding the pit with water first. However, it's a nice rocket stove idea!
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I took this picture with my SLR one summer in Northern Ontario.  I couldn't believe someone actually built a WALL out of amethyst crystals.  I was so very captivated by it.  I wished to sit by it and view it in the sunlight for a week but could only photograph it.  It makes a terrific desktop background.  
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I have so much enjoyed everyone else's dogs, so here's mine for your pleasure! Some new, and a whole album publicly shared for those who haven't seen them yet.
 
it's time I updated the collection with the stuff I've done recently.  Little Timmy is such excellent company!
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or i can get my sister.  lol!!
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"I'm one of the elite few who knows things."  "Hey buddy, nobody cares what you know, we quit caring when you graduated school."
But seriously, okay, you know there's a conspiracy but what are you going to do about it?  Anything?  No?  Then shuddup already!
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There may be some useful ideas here for people building compact accomodations.
 
Revisiting Nomadic Furniture
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/01/30/revisiting-nomadic-furniture/

Papanek and Hennessy’s Nomadic Furniture , Via Rootsimple

The 1970s was a golden era for DIY furniture manuals. One of the best is Nomadic Furniture, a 1973 book by designers Victor Papanek and James Hennessy.

Papanek and Hennessy are gifted designers. Nomadic Furniture contains instructions for cardboard seats, bookshelves, lamps made from milk jugs, hexagonal dining sets as well as a two page hymn to the waterbed (ok, not sure about that thoughtstyling). The subtitle of the book sums it up, “how to build and where to buy lightweight furniture that folds, inflates, knocks down, stacks, or is disposable and can be recycled.”

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https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/01/30/revisiting-nomadic-furniture/
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Try clicking the link at the top of a post from it so you go to the group page, and unfollow from the "following" button thereon. +Emma Mallon   It's not really anyone else's job but yours, actually, unless you're getting kicked out or something.
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"In other words, the father believes that an object, not the hand, must be used when administering discipline."
So he thinks that using a tool to do the beating somehow fools the kid into not blaming dad for the pain? If you haven't raised your child better by this age, your methods don't work and you should seek teaching.  Kids who get beaten do NOT feel more loved.  I feared my parents and resented them and they did not make up for it with enough praise or encouragement or support, and they lost their children. My family is scattered and does not communicate. We were not beaten enough to get bruises or cuts, fyi. It was just "spanking."
A religious couple in Salmon Arm, B.C., have been convicted of assault for "spanking" their daughter with a mini hockey stick and a skipping rope after learning she had sent nude photos of herself to her boyfriend on Snapchat.
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The new firmware update made my makerbot useable again although I still have to turn off filament jam detection.  So to test it, I made a block of redstone obsidian ore.  Why obsidian instead of using grey plastic and making it look right? I don't have grey.  LOL!  The lighting is a christmas ornament, a silver translucent cube with colour change LED inside.  I lined the box with clear red acetate discarded from stage use. When the light pulses green, the box goes dark as the red acetate won't let the green colour through.
It's fun. #minecraft 
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it's time I updated the collection with the stuff I've done recently.  Little Timmy is such excellent company!
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+ann kiszt It's been the same here, Ann. It is about 60 deg. F and almost Springlike. I hope your week goes well and you keep in touch when you can. I enjoy your posts.
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so that's how they do it!  Paranoia responses are unwelcome, thanks. :-)
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Hands +Don Thompson some duct tape to patch his blown mind...
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So then in the realm of clever little dwellings this comes along.  Personally I want more self contained facilities than this, but still, you have to admire this guy!
I think one of the most interesting things to people about my road trip is the tiny house I'm traveling in. But, it's so darn small, I think it's more accurate to call it a micro house (which is a...
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So if bone parts on your body degenerate, they can 3d print new ones out of titanium!  I'm down with that! 3d printed organs from converted skin cells (stem cells) and bones of titanium.  Seriously, immortality for some is becoming possible, if they can keep their brain healthy and avoid major illness or injury.  (FYI I don't want to live forever, just want to stay healthy while I'm alive.)
 
A medical giant pumps up #3dprinting activities.
3DPI readers are no stranger to 3D printed orthopedics or the adoption of 3D printing in the medical field and, over the course of 2016, we expect to see this adoption only increase. A big sign that 3D printing is becoming mainstream medical practice is news that Fortune 500 medical tech company Stryker Corporation will …
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Ohhh an interbody for the spine! Looks tempting.
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Incredible range of almost cool abilities, mostly mediocre. I cook some fantastic dishes, and my home is nice and clean most of the time. I can do almost anything if I see how it's done, but I'm lousy at math and have no human interaction module, so my main brain has to fumble through it by rote.
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I've grown up to live independantly and acquire a college degree in spite of my autism and the utter lack of appropriate treatment thereof. I'm proud of my home and my garden and the health of those I caretake in this demesnes. I believe in a God, but it's complicated and you'd have to understand the 4th dimension to get it.
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Yoli of Nirvana on animal crossing, New leaf dream address 5400 2336 6628, 3ds friend code 5386 7451 4850, Yolanda to folks who meet me., anarkissed or Yoli on Tomodachi life, TDL: H311rh3v3n: 577-147 Orange Isles, Grapes ocean
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