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Bansri Bhatt
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Thank you, Mr. Kraft!
 
Flashback Friday: 19 years ago this week, Robert Kraft entered into an agreement to become the 4th owner in Patriots franchise history.

Since then, the team has won 3 Super Bowls, 6 AFC Championships, 12 Division Championships & made the playoffs 14 times.
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hello dear, how are you?
where r u from?
i want to talk with you..
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If you're a fan of +Back to the Future (or of +Back to the Future) you should join this event: https://www.facebook.com/events/409178889167261/
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, post ...
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I want this because of reasons.
 
Bookseat

"The creative design is a response to the advent of multifunctional spaces in today’s urban living."

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That is so cool. i never saw that before.
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I need that sweater in my life.
 
Always Carlton 

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I wouldn't want to miss that. Invitation, please?
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I want this to be an arcade game. Can someone make it happen?
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I need this to be a game right now.
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How groovy!
 
Today is the 150th birthday of the London Underground, so I looked at how the tube map has changed over time: http://qz.com/41893
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This makes me happy and I'm not sure why.
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Wow, that was intense.  But is this a Kanye trademark infringement?
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This kid has his priorities straight.
 
Walkin' the dog kid
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cute kid
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Happy Birthday, Masaccio!
 
Daily Classical Music Post

Today is the anniversary of the birth of the great Italian Renaissance painter Masaccio (21 December 21, 1401–some time in the autumn of 1428).

http://grooveshark.com/s/Through+Eden+s+Gates/4YQ3Vd?src=5

Masaccio (born Tommaso di Ser Giovanni di Simone), whose name is a play on the nickname for Tommaso meaning "messy Tom," was one of the most influential Quattrocento artists. His ability to depict human figures was unparalleled at the time, and he was also one of the first painters to use linear perspective in his work. He aimed to paint more realistic scenes.

One of my favourite Masaccio frescoes is from the Brancacci Chapel in Santa Maria del Carmine church, Florence, Italy. The first time that I went to Florence, I kept going back to the church because it was constantly "closed for restoration" and I just had to get in to see his Explusion from the Garden of Eden. What I didn't know at the time was that the painting was being cleaned and restored to its original look. Roughly three hundred years after Masaccio painted the Explusion, Cosimo III de' Medici decided that fig leaves had to be added to cover up the nude figures of Adam and Eve. When I studied the work in my Italian Renaissance Art class, all the textbooks showed it with fig leaves. Now, if you go to the church, you will see it as Masaccio intended.

The American composer William Bolcom wrote The Garden of Eden in 1969. This suite, in four movements (Old Adam, The Eternal Feminine, The Serpent's Kiss, and Through Eden's Gates), tells the story of the Fall in ragtime. Originally written for solo piano, Bolcom later arranged the suite for two pianos.

My classical music post for today is Through Eden's Gate, the fourth rag of Bolcom's suite The Garden of Eden. Bolcom describes the piece this way: it "conjures the magic of Adam and Eve calmly cakewalking their way out of Paradise."
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Rain, rain, rain in my tears
Measuring carefully my years
Shame, shame, shame in my mind
See what you've done to my life
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    English and Political Science; Minoring in Psychology and Comparative Literar
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