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Spotted a...well potentially dead moth Swallowtail butterfly in a parking lot today. I took a few shots, and Google Photos made an animation.

Thanks to a commenter for posting the name of the butterfly!
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Thank you very much, +blanche nonken! I will update my post with the name.
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I've seen a lot of heat thrown at Wizards of the Coast's way over the years, though more about they're handling of D&D than Magic. It's a pleasure to see such care applied to how they represent people in their stories and products.
 
Great perspective, and lots of useful insights and information.
On August 3, I was excited to unveil a project I’d been working on for nearly a year. I had been working with Magic: The Gathering to produce a brand new character; a character who is a biggi…
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Hands down one of the best scenes and episodes when it comes to an epic showdown. This a fantastic recreation and definitely made by someone who loves the Avatar: The Last Airbender series.
 
I am a big Avatar: The Last Airbender fan. Of the three glorious seasons, it’s the final Agni Kai between Zuko and Azula that sticks with me the most. I feel it’s one of the most beautiful pieces of animation I’ve seen, and the music gives me chills.…
I am a big Avatar: The Last Airbender fan. Of the three glorious seasons, it's the final Agni Kai between Zuko and Azula that sticks with me the most. I feel it's one of the most beautiful pieces of animation I've seen, and the music gives me chills.
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Damn. Damn. Gonna watch the hell outta this! Looks like the mother from Civil War is in this as well...Should be a nice tie-in.
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My awesome wife shared this with me. She knows me well.

#humor #robots #cussing
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I have no idea what kind of bug this is, but man can nature rock the design!

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I'm extremely excited about this! There are a few books my wife and I bought separately that we've each wanted to read, as well as movies and films.
 
Google Play Family Library lets users share eligible purchases such as apps, games, movies, TV shows, or books across 6 different accounts. #AppsGames #News #Google
Ever wanted a family member to try an app or book in the Play Store, but they didn't feel like forking over the cash for the experience? Never will they have that excuse again! Google Play has saved the day by making content sharing a reality through the Play Family Library.With this new feature, users can share eligible purchases such as apps, games, movies, TV shows, or books across 6 different accounts. That's all there is to it! No additional...
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I'm not a millennial, but a lot of this still applies. I already know I'm in the wrong career path, but with kids and debt, money trumps job happiness. But for younger people with less responsibility, it makes sense why they would be willing to change jobs or even careers.

I want to feel that the work I spend over half my day doing is worthwhile, not just as a personal benefit, but also helps society be better.
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This is kind of cool news. Haven't read much of the series, but it's nice to see Hulu getting in on the game.

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Based on a Marvel Comic, Hulu's new pilot is about six diverse teens who must unite against a common enemy -- their parents.
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To be honest, the Young Avengers series always appealed to me more than this one. But I don't see Marvel doing a YA series anytime soon.
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Now this is a proper display!
 
"Poor, Simple Fools (Maleficent)" by Klikstyle | Pimped from Flickr
One of five vignettes I did for Blocks magazine covering half of the Disney minifig line. The wonderfully talented Daniel Konstanski did builds for the other half. They can all be seen in issue 22 of Blocks.
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Not nearly as much time to sketch as before, but I still have to share my love of foxes on occasion.
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Thanks, +calvin coleman​. Much appreciated.
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Was trying to load up our folding chairs in the car for our trip to a petting zoo and I spotted this wee beastie. And wee indeed, as he was maybe half the length of my thumb. Had to bust out the camera phone, since he was moving to fast for me to grab my camera.

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Clean up digital messes/train monkeys
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PL/SQL, running my mouth, making lasagna, LEGO creations
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Flaco, Negrodamus, The Chocolate Muffin Man, Fooflamfinn
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"Something good...something bad? A bit of both." - Peter Quill
Introduction
I want to be happy when I grow up. That means:

- I've shown my children how to be happy & successful
- I've achieved self-satisfying success as a creator
- I've placed a smile on someone's face at least once a day

Circles to put me in:
- LEGO
- Artsy (Digital/comics/markers)
- Humor
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My spirit animal is probably Disney's Goofy or Animal from The Muppets (I would've preferred a fox)
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Houston, Texas
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Belleville, Illinois
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This store is one of my family's favorite places to visit in Houston! The staff are always friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. The store, while allowing children to play in certain sections with piles of bricks, is never messy. There was one instance where I had purchased a discounted Ninjago set but when we got home found there were pieces missing. I explained the issue with the store manager, Merlin, and he not only apologized for the issue but he straight up replaced the set no problem. While you may be able to find sets cheaper due to clearance or discounts in other stores like Target or Walmart (not Toys R Us as they tend to charge $5-20 more and then offer "discounts"), the experience of checking out the store and finding cool and interesting sets, or even filling a bucket full of different bricks via their Wall of Bricks is well worth the visit if you're in the Houston area. They also do monthly events like free mini builds, Club Member meetings based on themes for children to build to and discuss in front of their peers, and other random little events. If you're in the Galleria, especially with children who hate shopping, promise them a visit to the store after you get your errands done. They'll love it, and you might even find something that your own inner kid is just begging to have. :)
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