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Gasoline cars are stupid.
 
I don't think this fad will last. These liquid burning cars sound quite annoying and impractical...
In other languages: Swedish, German, Norwegian, Russian, Dutch Having heard so much good about petrol cars, we decided to test drive one. They are said to combine cheap price with long range and fast
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Do you hear the call of great Coffeethulhu, its frightful visage dripping with the blackest of ichors as it beckons those sorry souls in its thrall to once again indulge in hedonistic rituals?

I know I do. 
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Portmanteau of coffee and Cthulhu. 
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PHOTO: Falcon 9 first stage approaches Just Read the Instructions.
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I'm cheap on most days.

Of course, the numbers are going to be different in Europe, but I would actually expect the public transit to be overall cheaper here, since it tends to get more usage.
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One did mention that the unions are against "pension reform", but defending the pensions their members were promised is their job, not corruption.
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+Carl-Eric Menzel, I believe you were hoping for the second point of this list
2014 included major expansions in home automation and medicine, so what's next?
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Yes indeed. That would be very helpful. 
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Commemorating the end of World War II, Danish style: celebrating being able to light up your windows. 
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The only 3d printer progress I've done for a while now. But should be all set.
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It's asparagus season. And this time, they're dropping out of the sky, exploding on impact! Well, almost.
A publicity stunt delivering the first asparagus of the season using UAV has gone horribly wrong.
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I hope it's not my bank!!!!
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Go ahead, eat that other cake. It'll make you live longer. 
I have been studying medical research for many years, and the single most outstanding thing I have learned is that many medical "facts" are simply not true. Let's take as an example the health risks of drinking alcohol. If you are a man, it has virtually become gospel that drinking more than 21 units of alcohol a week is damaging to your health. But where did the evidence to support this well-known "fact" come from?
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The first two paragraphs wilfully misrepresent the story with alcohol. The limits for safe drinking are arbitrary not because drinking a lot is safe, but because there's no clear threshold at which the harm starts. (Unsafe at any speed). This was clarified by the guy they quote, seven years ago.

http://www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Publication-archive/Alcohol-Alert/Issue-1-2008/Sensible-drinking-limits-not-useless-after-all.aspx

The idea that the BMI cutoffs/names are unhelpful is interesting, though it'd be nice to have a better analysis than a couple of cherry-picked papers. This paper from the American Heart Association suggests that overweight isn't clearly linked to mortality, but is associated with other negative outcomes: 

http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/119/25/3263.full
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Alright, April, you've had your fun. Can we please get on with Spring already? Yes, the snow showers are very pretty, but a bit out of season, don't you think? 
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Yes, it's nice to have a mini-park right there, and we actually have a better sundown view here.
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Programmer. Swordfighter. Photographer. Reprapper. Enjoyer of fine marzipan.
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Google programmer by day, Viking warrior by weekend. When I put on my chain mail, all feels right in the world.
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Started 2 Belegarth realms
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reviewed 6 months ago
Really good burgers at quite reasonable prices, including regularly updated special burgers. If this place had been any more central, it would have been overrun.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A nice bar and restaurant with possibly the best Kaiserschmarrn in town. Friday and Saturday nights the bar aspect takes over, so do expect to go there for a quiet dinner then.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is one of my favorite places in the center of town. While not cheap by any stretch, it's not nearly as overpriced as other nearby places, and is quite charming rather than touristed. Their enclosed courtyard is lovely in the summer, a little oasis in a busy city.
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Possibly the best Thai food in town. Pricey by my standards, but totally worth it, and fast & friendly service.
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reviewed a year ago
A charming little (quite small, in fact) traditional Bierstube with good food. The owners are quite friendly, and we enjoy returning there regularly. I particularly like their dish of Schnitzel and salad since it's traditional and delicious without being carb-heavy, unusual in Bavaria.
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reviewed a year ago
I love this place just for their selection of high-quality items rarely seen anywhere else. Yes, their prices are high, but the place is mostly devoid of plastic and electronics, and that makes it a special experience. It feels like going shopping in the 50ies!
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