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If you go, go early like we did. The guy running the maze said you have the best experience when the mirrors are clean and there's nobody else in the maze, but I could see where it's be really fun to have a bunch of friends go in at the same time.
I took some video, but decided not to post it because they have better videos at their website: http://www.mallofamerica.com/attractions/view/amazing-mirror-maze
Although they say the new nucleotides break down in a few days outside of the lab is a problem, I think it's actually an opportunity for precisely controlling the spread of these organisms. Imagine targeted medical therapies, oil eating bacteria that disappear after they aren't needed, etc.
Only a bank (or possibly the government) would need to be notified that it is going to be notified and then send a prenotification (spell check doesn't even recognize the word) acknowledgement to a third party.
What's next a Pre-acknowledgement of Notification?
People who don't own pets might not realize we are the freaks because we DON'T have a third eyelid like most other animals.
Aluminum bending tutorial and a DIY brake - Hack a Day
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Science-Based Medicine » No Health Benefits from Organic Food
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Yesterday (10th April,2012) Sanal received a phone call from a Police official of Juhu Police Station in Mumbai directing him to come to the
The Rogues Gallery » Blog Archive » Email Of The Year (So Far)
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The shenanigans at the Burzynski clinic (a highly dubious cancer clinic in Texas) continue. I wrote recently about the attempt by one Marc S
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Occupy rigs up human-power after generators are confiscated - Hack a Day
Looks like New York's fire brigade confiscated all of the gas (or bio-diesel) generators from Occupy Wall Street protesters in Zuccotti Park
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