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Some bandits broke into the office yesterday.
Luckily they could be wrangled into a bin and returned to their mama who lives outside the office kitchen.
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They're so dang cute. There have been a couple of sets of twins that have popped up around my office this spring. I work right downtown, but next door is the exhibitions building team which provides good wood piles for hiding.
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From this side of the international dateline Christmas day is beautiful.
It just broke 30C (80F) here in Wellington, so we're heading to the beach. 
Enjoy the holidays!
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A very serious IT fail. You system admins out there will be shocked at the incompetence and all of NZ should be outraged.
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Metropolis is one of my all time faves, so its gratifying to see some original stills and behind the scenes shots.
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These are gorgeous...and I think I know someone who would appreciate these for his birthday...
 
#Handmade   #Damascus   #Kitchen   #Shears   #Scissor  

My Firsy Handmade Damascus Kitchen Scissor
For Dear +Mark Powell 
Multifunctioning Kitchen Tool(Shears with Bottle opener, seal opener and a screw driver)
Elegant and Rare stuff...
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They are for SALE too.....
Anyone willing to buy should feel free to contact me friends.
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There's a jellyfish bloom in and around Wellington, so David and I thought we would head to the harbour to see what we could find... we saw 2. Not sure that counts as a bloom, but we had beautiful early evening light and spotted tons of huge starfish.
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Yes, we've had this much rain in New Mex.
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YES!  Time to get my yarnbomb on.
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Инсталляции бразильского художника Андре Фелисиано (André Feliciano) похожи на цветы. Но на самом деле это маленькие фотоаппаратики)))
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e-flux could use our help in protecting the Art domain. Please read and share.
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this.
and yes, this is one of my few public posts.
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As an introvert FB always felt too social for me, so some of G+ features suit me better. Neither is perfect, but I hold out hope that Google is working at making better spaces for sharing. I find the idea of pockets of networks within their already existing products interesting.
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Oh, yeah. Echinoderm on mollusc action!
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