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Mike Imprixis
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We need to live in a society that encourages and not disenfranchises people. More than knowledge, people need the skills to adapt. The world is changing fast and we can either keep up or drop out. This article talks about helping students stay in school through different types of interventions. Saying the right thing at the right time matters. And most of all, it helps.
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I worked a werewolf prostitute and a weretiger madam into my novel today.
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Totally makes more sense than flat earth
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When something good happens to someone else, it takes NOTHING away from you. Concentrate on counting your blessings and you will have little time to count anything else.
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Mats Valk breaks European Record with Time of 5.03 seconds

+WIRED: "In the time it takes most people to read to the end of this sentence, so-called 'speedcuber' Mats Valk from the Netherlands can solve a 3x3 version of the Rubik's Cube.

Valk broke the European record, and his own, by completing the iconic puzzle in just 5.13 seconds at the weekend – shaving .42 seconds off his 5.55-second, 2014 speed.

He completed the feat at the European Rubik's Cube Championship which took place in Prague last week. However, the time was not achieved during competition.

Instead, the fastest completion of the 3x3 cube contest was made by two-time World Champion Feliks Zemdegs of Australia who averaged 7.07 seconds in the final. In fact, Zemdegs broke five records over the weekend:

3x3 cube one-handed with an average solve time of 10.70 seconds
5x5 cube: average solve time of 49.32 seconds
6x6 cube: average solve time of one minute 43.21 seconds
7x7 cube: average solve time of two minutes 25.06 seconds
7x7 cube: single solve time of two minutes 20.66 seconds

Zemdegs wasn't eligible to win the European Championship, though, because he isn't a European resident. That title went to Philipp Weyer of Germany with an average solve time of 7.88 seconds." …

#rubikscube #speedcubing #Europe #European #championships
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This was fun. It's also fairly accurate.
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