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Brandon Jablonski
Worked at Sinclair Community College
Attended University of Toledo
Lives in Lakewood, Ohio
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Got her hands on mom's hat.
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It was a good Halloween.
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Here's the link to the form: http://goo.gl/0k23M
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I don't care whether you went to BGSU or not...you need to watch this video. Brilliant!
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+Dev Poling that's one of my favorite lines. It's such a good video.
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And the question still remains on the cause and the solution.
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Emily Vitori originally shared:
 
I actually choked on my coffee a bit this morning when I read this...
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Checkmate!
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Did the 9-year old help with the pot brownies, or just with the brownies before she started adding pot? And now that she's admitted to adding pot to the brownies, is she still putting her name on the tub? Just curious because my kids are going to be 9 soon and I'd like to clarify how this works.
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Two Mornings, A Pro-Bicycling Short Film by The Sierra Club
http://laughingsquid.com/two-mornings-a-pro-bicycling-short-film-by-the-sierra-club/
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Now, refilm that on a rainy or snowy day.
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Derya Unutmaz originally shared:
 
It is a shame that grammar leaves no fossils behind. Few things have been more important to our evolutionary history than language. Because our ancestors could talk to each other, they became a powerfully cooperative species. In modern society we are so submerged in words—spoken, written, signed, and texted—that they seem inseparable from human identity. And yet we cannot excavate some fossil from an Ethiopian hillside, point to a bone, and declare, “This is where language began.”
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