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Great set of crystal clear shots... Grab your coffee and relax for about 10 to 15 or 20 minutes...
 
"How Could She Do It?" USA, 2013

On this today I had a short walk around downtown San Francisco with my new friend Jeremy Brooks.
I had not spoken to anybody for a week, So Jeremy had to put his ears to a lot of stories.
Glad your ears didn’t fall of buddy.

A pleasure spending time with you, hopefully we can do it again someday.

I was so busy talking, that I almost forgot to make some photos, but I did manage to get this one, which I kind of like.

Aperture: ƒ/10
Camera: E-M5
Taken: 21 August, 2013
Focal length: 12mm
ISO: 200
Shutter speed: 1/160s

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I subscribed to your channel. You had a lot of good things to say and I want to hear more. Thank you for sharing! What you said made a heck of a lot of sense!!!

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Why would you put a commercial in the MIDDLE of a meditation? This is a great product, as soon as you're in that sleepy drowsy state you have to wake up to a random commercial. Can you fix this. Commercial in the beginning somewhere!

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Hey Tai, in your garage there is a white board with a lot of writing. Have you shared that in one of your videos or can you talk about it one day?

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Wow, so beautiful, sweet, loving, kind, fun, joyous and interesting! This was such a joy to watch... My favorite video now!

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Weird, great retouching skills!
 
35 Panoramic Photos That Went Horrifically Wrong
Little did we know that panoramic photos can actually end up being terrifying. Here is a collection of photos that went horrifically and hilariously wrong 




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Truth Hurts LLC Presents....
"The IV Gate!"
First of all guys, IV(intravenous) Rehydration is and has been a common practice in both Boxing, MMA and any other sport that included cutting weight through dehydration. However, both WADA and USADA have indeed banned that practice as of recent.
It was banned in the UFC by USADA, because after further investigation, and observation, MMA fighters were caught trying to mask banned substances such as PEDs as well as diuretics, they were trying to put PEDs in their system along with vitamins, and lastly(and probably most importantly) they were trying to hide what is called Athlete Biological Passport
ABP An athlete biological passport is an individual, electronic record for professional athletes, in which profiles of biological markers of doping and results of doping tests are collated over a period of time.
Now again, USADA bans the use of IV Rehydration.....unless a special permission is given called Therapeudic Use Exemption(TUE).
TUE is allowed by USADA under the following circumstances:

When an IV infusion is administered to an athlete, the following criteria should be fulfilled:
1. A clearly defined diagnosis.
2. Supportive evidence that no permitted alternative treatment can be used.
3. The treatment has been ordered by a physician and administered by qualified medical personnel in an appropriate medical setting.
4. Adequate medical records of the treatment.
In all fairness, Floyd did not appear to have any medical conditions described the in the criteria to warrant the exemption for the TUE. However, Top Rank, Team Pacquiao and the NSAC were all notified in advance about the TUE and the use of IV rehydration.
I would also like to pose the question whether or not Manny Pacquiao used or has used the same method during the Mayweather fight, or in the past?
It is clear that trainers typically don't have an issue with it, and have traditionally not had an issues with it, considering Manny Pacquiao's promoter, Freddie Roach said the following about Oscar De La Hoya's use of IV Rehydration during his 2008 bout against Manny Pacquiao Roach said: “I saw the IV in his arm, I saw the IV marks, it was fresh tape, they hydrated him too late, they waited too long to hydrate him. It was nothing illegal… The thing was, they couldn’t get anything into his system… Nobody let him build his body back up. They did it to themselves.”
Again, trainers have always understood that the best method to rehydrate a fighter was through IV, not through drinking or drinking alone. Not all trainers(especially seasoned old school trainers like Roach) agree with and on on board with the USADA and WADA regulation....neither are promoters and advisors. So Roach, Arum, Koncz and Pacquiao clearly didn't have a problem with IV rehydration.
Quite honestly, this story was old news, and was brought up way back in May. But it was cleared up following a few questions to the NSAC and USADA....back in May!
Dan Rafael brought the story up, perhaps because it was new news TO HIM!!! The story was so old, many of us who actually follow Boxing heard it, and forgot about it.
Perhaps if Dan Rafael spent more time in the face of fighters, managers, promoters, and trainers, and less time at the buffet spread for the press, he would have known this already!  
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Cool video, thanks!!! Like the music too!
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You said, When you understand and grasp this concept, the great new is, you are 50% there! What's the other 50%?

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I've brought my fair share of food from this place. Food overall is good. A little pricey but good. The only downer I had was the burger. Wasn't satisfied at all. Soups are great. Sandwiches are great. Some of the staff lack personality but most are cool. I'm in here regularly.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My food was very good. The waffle with fruit and whipped cream was very good even though I prefer a crispier waffle, I still enjoyed it. I also had the eggs Benedict with Canadian bacon and avocado. Without the bacon, the dish would have been flat. The only complaint I have is the waitress we had. Very off putting when you are coming into an establishment to spend your money. No hello, very impatient, inattentive, very unprofessional. She seemed to perk up upon my exit. A guy came in with two adorable children and she was very pleasant with them. Waived hi and spoke to the gentleman. I guess it was me. Just a piece of advice,... if you don't care to wait on someone, if you're uncomfortable for your own reasons waiting on a patron, pass them off to another waitress. Or, act like a professional. You're not representing yourself, you're representing the establishment... I'll be back but should I ever she her again, I'll be sure to ask for another waitress. The only reason I stayed was because my friend suggested we stay...
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Well I'm certainly Glad I decided to go. The place has a jazz & blues feel to it. Maybe because that's the type of music they were playing. The pizza is really good. That thin, crunchy crust made the pizza what it is. I just shared a large plain pizza with a friend. I could have easily eaten the entire thing. But, 5 slices was good. I wasn't full at all, but I did feel like I ate something. This pizza is perfect if you feel like having something good to eat but don't want to eat heavy. Next time I'll get some toppings but, the plain is very good. Spent $22 including tip. So prices are very reasonable. The menu showed that you can get two slices for $5 for lunch. That's cool! I'll be stopping in sometimes to do just that. Go when you can. Bring some friends. You'll be happy you did. I guess the only con I can bring up are their cups are really dated. The plastic in the sunlight revealed how nasty they looked. I didn't dare drink from it. Sodas are just $3 and beers are double that, +1 for others.
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reviewed a year ago
Cool place to go have a bite. Food is good and is turned over pretty regularly. Prices are pretty cheap too which makes it a regular go to spot. I do enjoy Dallas BBQ's!
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reviewed a year ago
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Great customer service. With I knew the name of the beautiful young lady that helped me this evening. I picked up a fruit something and an almond croissant. Delicious stuff!
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reviewed a year ago
Had the lobster roll today and it was a nice little roll full of real lobster! I'll be going back for sure. Want to try some of their other recipes now. The crab roll and the shrimp roll.
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reviewed a year ago
Cool place. Nothing special really. A good place to have a meal every now and again.
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