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"Prettiness is not a rent you pay for occupying a space marked “female”."
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Apparently there is a new drug on the market known as Spice.

This is not a joke, and people have died because of it, yet I still think of either Star Wars or Dune.
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Spice really isn' t that new either...first started seeing it back around 2008. Some less than honorable military people were doing it then. Interesting though the parallels with SW Spice so to speak.
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Fine tune your wildlife photography skills in a special Wildlife Garden workshop, Sat 16 May: http://bit.ly/NHM_Urban-Widlife-Photography-Workshop

Join award-winning photographer Chris Gomersall to take inspiration from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition before exploring a range of creative techniques in the Museum's Wildlife Garden.

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As a follow on to the woman who walked into a hole I found this while looking for evidence of people acting in a pre-programmed manner, specifically this anecdote:
"In the 1987 London King's Cross subway station fire, many commuters followed their routines and continued to shove their way into the station complex despite the fact that people were literally on fire just a few yards away from them. "
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Studies have indicated that groups under stress will display three types of responses. Ten to 20 percent will stay composed and maintain their reasoning and decision-making abilities. Another ten to 20 percent may experience a paralyzing level of anxiety and exhibit extreme emotional distress. However, the majority (70 to 80 percent) will tend to become sheep-like, stunned and uncertain of what to do next. Denial and inactivity are in fact much more likely to characterize group behavior than panic.
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Headline vs actual story ~ The headline suggests it opened up beneath her  and * poof * she dropped in. But no. It had opened earlier, someone had already twisted his ankle, and a cafe owner had placed chairs & tables around it to stop others hurting themselves. She navigated her shopping trolly between the gaps despite shouts from the cafe staff and, golly gosh, fell down the hole. I am sorry for her but really this is a bit silly of her!
A woman with a shopping trolley is rescued after she
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Yup. On the other hand it is a well known effect that people on auto-pilot tend to keep doing what they are doing until they become aware of the change in their surroundings. She wasn't looking where she was going.

"In the 1987 London King's Cross subway station fire, many commuters followed their routines and continued to shove their way into the station complex despite the fact that people were literally on fire just a few yards away from them."
http://www.fireengineering.com/articles/print/volume-166/issue-01/features/evaluating-human-factor-fireground.html
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I want one...
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Buy quality and you'll never regret it.
It can be tempting to buy a knife block, or buy a set for a friend who’s into cooking as a housewarming gift. Don’t do it. The money you spend on a knife set packed with subpar knives could be used to buy fewer excellent knives that will last a lifetime. Here’s why you should steer clear, and what you—or your aspiring chef friend—should own instead.
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...depends on how hard/far/at whom you throw them...
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Not yet on kickstarter but a weird looking set of dice :D
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They look like they'll be a bit hard to read. 
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... how very odd... and modern looking ;)
The National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen has a formidable collection of animal-skin garments once worn by the indigenous people of Greenland, North...
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A bit of a rougher-looking material though!
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Given that there will be a 12* XP buff from May 4th for an unknown time (I have heard until 22nd) it seems that Bioware HAVE listened and provided a 'debuff' item for those who do not want this. Hopefully it is available on starter planets too, but currently on fleet.
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With 32 characters I'm glad to see this. I don't skip missions except for Heroics and Bonus Series. I actually get a kick out of the different responses that each toon gets.
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To go where no man has gone before. In a galaxy far, far, away.
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