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Alt text: "It's probably for the best. Since Roombas are native to North America, it's illegal for Americans to keep them in their houses under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act."
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Real life has kinda warped me on # 10.  Sorry, Luke.  We can still be friends.
Books can leave a mark on you, etched in your mind. They can affect the way you think, and leave you different from those around you. Those who read fantasy have their own quirks, developed over years of exposure to talk of magic, wizards, and famous swords. How many of these apply to YOU? If …
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"Instill A Love of Reading"
My mother was always reading to us as kids. Thanks Mom. Love, Mitchel

#Books #InstillALoveOfReading #Quote

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LeVar Burton was recently a guest on “Good Morning America” to announce that his very first children’s book, “The Rhino That Swallowed A Storm” will be released on bookshelves everywhere October 7th. Burton, known as the host of PBS’ Reading Rainbow for 26 years, wrote the book to teach children how to overcome difficult situations.
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“When everything goes to hell, the people who stand by you without flinching -- they are your family. ” ― Jim Butcher | http://buff.ly/1eCJr8F #books #quote #reading
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From Sunday's #SFPride parade.  The flag broke, so it had to be walked like a banner.  Despite how easy this picture might make it look, I'm really holding on for dear life!
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"By 1965, at age 19, McGee was an iconic image of California culture. Even today, 50 years after the women’s National Skateboard Champion was featured on the cover of Life magazine, the image of a teenager with a bouffant hairdo performing a handstand on a moving skateboard captures the essence of wholesome, effortless cool. McGee, the first woman inducted into the Skateboarding Hall of Fame, started skating back when it was barely a sport — in the early 1950s, when sidewalk surfers rode homemade and often unsafe boards cobbled together from roller skate parts. Originally more focused on surfing, McGee dabbled in and then switched over to skateboards long before the craze was dominated by droopy-trousered teenage boys."
This is the woman who wheeled her way to stardom.
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A new chapter is beginnin' at Broken-Telephone.com
It's High Risk Driver, illustrated by Elias Ericson!
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Does he mean, "high risk driver's ED"? Or am I missing something? :/
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I'd love to have helped with this, but +Google+ still displays my stream out of order, and this just now showed up at the top of my feed.
 
Animal Planet​ is thinking about canceling Treetop Cat Rescue show- It is on tonight Saturday. Please check for your time.
Here on the west coast its 11pm. If they cancel this show this will limit the rescue work that the organization currently does. Please show our animal love and power! Watch and send an email to Animal Planet.
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How do we know the network isn't putting those cats in the trees in the first place, huh?
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We were just talking about this software.
 
We asked our Twitter users to put a Caltrain photo through Google's #DeepDream  software. We got four images back from B. Burley and T. Gidden. Thanks guys. Just a little web fun.
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I was diagnosed with the same thing around the same time he was.  I felt compelled to laugh when my NP told me that it isn't normal to feel so hopeless all the time.  I had a lengthy list of reasons for why I should feel as poorly as I did, and I couldn't fathom how people could go around never feeling the way I always did.  The most difficult part, for me, was recognizing that there was a problem rather than thinking that I'm simply a negative person who needs to get over myself.
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Thank you, Jessica, for sharing. I needed to hear this and it's great to hear it from you, too. I had a difficult week. My medication hasn't really started working yet. But I surround myself around people I know or don't know and I feel better and I can get work done, too. What has really helped me cope with my illness is my studies in Humanities because I learn about being a human being. Sounds funny but I mean it. It's true.
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This restaurant has ruined all pizzerias for me. Unlike many others, when they say wood-fired pizza, they *mean* wood-fired - it isn't just an added flavor. Their ingredients taste fresh, and their pasta isn't just a noodley version of their pizza. If you like food with a Mediterranean flare, this is one place you don't want to miss!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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