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Having a blast with my friends and family in Bombay! Hope you are all well.
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don't party too hard ;)
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" For reality to be, the ideas of 'me' & 'mine' must go. They will go if you let them. Then your normal natural state reappears, in which you are neither the body nor the mind, neither the 'me' nor the 'mine', but in a different state of being altogether. It is pure awareness of being, without being this or that, without any self I identification with anything in particular, or in general. In that pure light of awareness there is nothing, not even the idea of nothing. There is only light. Of course there is the sense of identity, but it is the identity of a memory track - all you have to do is understand you are the light of awareness. Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
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Your days are numbered, Religion. It's about time you die...

"Both Shabnam and I tried hard to convince our parents that they should allow us to get married, but the boundaries of religion remained the biggest hurdle."
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They survived. Love triumphs I guess....
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Lol :-)
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Lol :-)
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"Well sometimes you can't change and you can't choose
And sometimes it seems you gain less than you lose

Now we've got holes in our hearts, yeah we've got holes in our lives
Where we've got holes, we've got holes but we carry on"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OW7WH2j4Y3o
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Listen to 'Peacock Affect - Wallflower'
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Have a great Summer ALL!
See you on the other side ;-)
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+Jim Bob
I don't have any!
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"Unlike the findings for the Spanish-English bilinguals, we found no evidence for greater gray matter in the ASL-English bilinguals," Olulade says. "Thus we conclude that the management of two spoken languages in the same modality, rather than simply a larger vocabulary, leads to the differences we observed in the Spanish-English bilinguals."


http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/07/150716135054.htm
A new study suggests people who speak two languages have more gray matter in the executive control region of the brain.
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A new species of feathered dinosaur uncovered in China!

The new dinosaur, named Zhenyuanlong suni, belonged to a family of feathered meat-eaters that was widespread during the Cretaceous period. The species is a close cousin of the famous Velociraptor and is the largest dinosaur ever to have a set of bird-like wings.

The near-complete skeleton of Zhenyuanlong suni was studied by paleontologists Dr Steve Brusatte from of the University of Edinburgh, UK, and Prof Junchang Lü from the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences’ Institute of Geology.

Zhenyuanlong suni grew to more than 5 feet (1.5 meters) in length. Its wings were very short compared with other dinosaurs in the same family and consisted of multiple layers of large feathers – complex structures made up of fine branches stemming from a central shaft.

“Although larger feathered dinosaurs have been identified before, none have possessed such complex wings made up of quill pen-like feathers,” the paleontologists said.

Despite having bird-like wings, Zhenyuanlong suni probably could not fly, at least not using the same type of powerful muscle-driven flight as modern birds. It is unclear what function the short wings served...

Prof Lü added: “the western part of Liaoning Province in China is one of the most famous places in the world for finding dinosaurs.”
A new species of dinosaur with bird-like wings has come to light in China’s rocks dating to some 125 million years ago.
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Its head though... stuff of nightmares
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You think you have read everything, that you know or at least have a fairly good idea of the low points in human history. Then you do something monumentally stupid and ask, "can it get any worse?"

Sadly reality accepts it as a challenge...

http://thugvirals.com/florida-man-arrested-for-having-sex-with-an-alligator/
EVERGLADES CITY, Florida - People have had sex with pit bulls, donkeys and even parrots, but this incident is on another level. Rupert Darwin, 59, kept a 12 foot alligator tied and blindfold for the last month, sexually assaulting the reptile multiple times a day.
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+Jim Bob not sure if thats any better. Dont think you'll get much kudos for peacock molestation in prison, at least with an alligator there's an air of danger 
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Eeeeekkks really? We don't use condensed milk in our tea. That's so strange...
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via +Wise Snake 
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Love Snake

The English tried to get rid of snakes in India by offering money for dead snakes, and the Indians responded by simply breeding them. When the English found out they stopped paying for dead snakes, so the snake breeders just released them into the wild, and the English ended up having an even bigger snake problem.

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See now you know, +Hayo Jongbloed?
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