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Chris Grace
I guess he's an Xbox and I'm more an actual person.
I guess he's an Xbox and I'm more an actual person.

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Okay... so who's playing DOTA 2?

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This is worth visiting and revisiting. Common misconceptions! Such as: there's no such thing as photographic memory! 

"There is no scientific evidence for the existence of “photographic” or eidetic memory (the ability to remember images with so high a precision as to mimic a camera). Many people have claimed to have a photographic memory, but those people have been shown to have good memories as a result of mnemonic devices rather than a natural capacity for detailed memory encoding. There are rare cases of individuals with exceptional memory, but none of them has a memory that mimics a camera. In recent years, a phenomenon labeled hyperthymesia has been studied, where individuals have superior autobiographical memory—in some cases being able to recall every meal they have ever eaten. One example is actress Marilu Henner."

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I really am a child of the 80s. Especially #26 and #42!

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That'll do, Post.

Hey, if you are looking for a book to read and you like fantasy, I just finished The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss and it was amazing. I'm gonna jump right into the sequel tomorrow.

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This is what happens when you are bored on a theater bus tour:

50 Shades! The Musical Tour Bus Dance

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I find this bizarre. 3 people on this iPhone habits page leave their home screen completely stock as-is with the apps that come on the phone when you open it up. Anyone else do this?

There are 3 things you should never break: promises, hearts, and dance.

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I just discovered that Sarah Silverman's TED talk ... the one that was never posted publicly and organizer Chris Anderson denounced ... is online. What an overreaction. It's a bit of a style mismatch, but it's no trainwreck, and the host clearly enjoyed the set, and brings her back to the stage for applause and a standing ovation. Anderson and Steve Case completely overreacted.

Sarah Silverman: A new perspective on the number 3000
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