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Dude where is my Plus?
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This reminds me of a "shipping ship shipping shipping ships"
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You can hear from God today. Right now. At this very moment. http://cway.to/1pmOSMI #giveaway
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+Andrew M Paul (and other writers) does something in Romans I started doing---and didn't know exactly what it was---when the word first became alive, he strings verses together from the OT. I started doing this centering on a key word like "afflictions" (I see your heading about much tribulations, I can certainly attest to that), sometimes a concept. I called them "stringers," for want of amything better, Then years later my wife was reading a book on Romans, and we discovered there's a Hebrew word for this literary device, charaz which means "Stringing Pearls"  That's a pretty good testimony to what you've mentioned and pearls is an apt description. Christ is the pearl I believe in the NT parable, and He is found throughout the scriptures.
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Just doing my part. Thanks +Google+ for the great platform and the friends I would not have made otherwise.

Thanks +Dustin W. Stout for your community-building and graphic-beautification efforts.

Thanks +TechCrunch for making it easy.
 
BREAKING: News Site TechCrunch Enters Tabloid Business

Sources say that after a wildly successful article about the #ghosttown  known as +Google+, popular tech news site decided to change it's name to TechHunch and only publish halfway researched articles infused with wild speculation and heavy doses of fictional facts! 

Sources also report that the intern desk has been moved to a hall closet. This movement has no connection to the change in journalistic integrity. 

Well, it would seem that is the next logical step anyways. 

In case you're not aware, TechCrunch published an article likening Google+ to Walking Dead. While it may be fun to link news stories to popular culture references, the actual reporting done in the piece is 90% garbage. So below is an updating list of pieces written by intelligent and insightful people in response to the nonsense being circulated from TechCrunch's article: 

+Amanda Blain:
https://plus.google.com/107982618909749811163/posts/J9rdErjJ2uV

+Gplus Expertise:
https://plus.google.com/u/0/109164280656499025716/posts/e5HULKLmT5v

+Mark Traphagen 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/107022061436866576067/posts/3PH8zcrczSq

+Mars Cyrillo 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/111766501721342558332/posts/fb7hAiw5d2c

+Eli Fennell 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/110619855408549015935/posts/djULSx5b3yW

+Matt Cruikshank (former Google employee)
http://mattcruikshank.blogspot.com/2014_04_01_archive.html

+Stephan Hovnanian 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/105076725141939280120/posts/2wKARtjXxDr

+David Amerland 
http://davidamerland.com/seo-blog/961-didn-t-you-hear-good-journalism-is-dead.html

+Brendan Thesingh 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/103511435932730435338/posts/At8d8wqWP36

+Mike Elgan (video)
http://twit.tv/tnt/994

+Jaana Nyström 
https://plus.google.com/107742059751171695340/posts/URCg5BJKMEB

So suffice to say-- the Google+ Is Walking Dead article you're reading (from even credible sources) is a bunch of sensational, link-bait crap. 

Got any more sources to add to the list? Let me know in the comments! 

And don't miss tomorrow's +Social Media Hangout where we'll talk all about this: https://plus.google.com/109836237376101025302/posts/URkKsjYscQz

#ghosttown   #techcrunchfail   #walkingdead   #googleplus  
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Hahahaha! That's great! Thanks for sharing.
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Do you want to understand God? See Jesus.
 
Want to know more about what it means to trust Jesus Christ? Go to http://www.truthforlife.org and select "Follow Christ" in the top right corner.
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Alistair Begg is a great preacher.
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Thank you +Dustin W. Stout for this Captain Obvious moment... 8D
 
A Candid Conversation Facebook and Die-Hard Facebook Users

Facebook user: So what are the odds that what I share will be seen by my audience?

Facebook: Well, not very good. We actually limit what your fans will see because we know what they will like best, even if they think they want to see your stuff. But if you pay us well then theres a slightly more likely chance we'll show them your stuff. Maybe.

Facebook user: So you're telling me there's a chance? Yea!

Just for fun people. Have a laugh! 

#facebook   #justforfun   #socialmedia   #ns  
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So you're telling me there's a chance?
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Just a thought to the angry atheists out there - the ones who rush in to any opportunity where they can badger and bully those who follow Jesus.

If you're right, why would I want to spend any of my meaningless, brief, forgettable existence trying to impress, placate, or win approval from you? 
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And if the angry atheist is right... then why does he have to be so angry?
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Stunning. Love big trees. Great write-up.
 
3200 Years in One Photo...
 
It takes a special kind of tree to have a nickname. Not every tree has a nickname, but 'The President' has earned it. This giant sequoia stands at 247 feet tall, and is estimated to be over 3,200 years old. Imagine, this tree was already 1200 years old when Jesus walked the earth.
 
The trunk of The President measures at 27 feet across, with 2 BILLION needles from base to top.

Because of its unbelievable size, this tree has never been photographed in its entirety. Until now. A team of national geographic photographers have worked along with scientists to try and create the first photo that shows. The President in all its glory.

They had to climb the tree with pulleys and levers, and took thousands of photos.

Of those, they selected 126 and stitched them together
to get this incredible portrait of The President.

And here it is:
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That is one enormous tree.
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“Before we can begin to see the cross as something done for us, we have to see it as something done by us.” -John R.W. Stott
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I first heard this quote on a shai linne song. Now I know where it comes from. 
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Christ is risen!
 
“If in Christ we have hope in this life only, we are of all people most to be pitied. But in fact Christ has been raised from the dead, the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep.” —1 Corinthians 15:19–20 #verseoftheday http://lgs.to/Qia076
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Aslan: "You'll die of thirst."

Jill Pole: "I won't. I'll find another stream."

A: "There is no other stream."

J: "I see. I have to trust you."


The Silver Chair, torrents of wisdom in the fewest words.

(Please pardon a rusty memory...)
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#gifcrack from the what? The Tentacles community?
 
L'éléphant octopus d'Alexis Diaz
#octophant #tentacles #gif  
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Jesus freed me.
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For our sake He made Him to be sin 
Who knew no sin, so that in Him 
we might become the righteousness of God.
(2 Corinthians 5:21)

When you are ready to give up, 
call on the name of Jesus. 
He's faithful and merciful.
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