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Kristin Guttormsen
Attended R.A. Long High School
Lives in Longview, WA
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Something I threw together on a whim...
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+John Lewis intresting. He still supported native American people and causes. 
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Not that I support all aspects and uses of the confederate, but seriously, THIS!
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Emotions can't handle complex thought, it is a reward/punishment, not the guide. 
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I took my work very seriously.
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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!?!?
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Let me just say that in this 'age of equality and enlightenment', the entire concept of alimony needs to just go away.
The high court determined that the amount was appropriate, given that the retired farmer and fertilizer dealer owns more than 200 acres of farmland.
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Pretty cool. I immediately think two things:

1. It's another example of a two-axis plotter being better than any one-axis could be (though I question if a third axis wouldn't make it even better).

2. The Scandanavian countries really are the best at pretty much everything.
 
This chart is interesting because---predictably---the cultural values correlate with religion.

"On the y-axis, traditional values emphasize the importance of religion, parent-child relationships, and authority, according to WVS. People who embrace these tend to reject divorce, abortion, euthanasia, and suicide. These societies usually exhibit high levels of nationalism and national pride, too. In the U.S., these values would likely align more with conservative ideologies. Oppositely, secular-rational values represent the other extreme and tend to relate to liberal ways of thinking.

On the x-axis, survival values revere economic and physical security and safety and are linked to low levels of trust and tolerance. On the other side, self-expression values give high priority to protecting the environment, promoting gender equality, and tolerating foreigners and gays and lesbians."

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/inglehart-welzel-culture-map-2014-7#ixzz3dws3EGxV
Cultures are complicated, and anyone attempting...
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Nice. 8-)
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Hey all, just joined and looking forward to catching up. I'm also strongly considering collecting this game again (pretty much classic stuff only). Other than the obvious (Amazon & Ebay) anyone have any leads to classic BT stuff for sale? Big lots are best, but even book by book I could use some resources.
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Thanks, had never heard of that one!
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Whoa, interesting...and scarey.
 
Huh. How about that. We go through a dozen eggs every three or four days. This is relevant to me and I'm curious.

h/t to +Eva Schiffer
A national egg shortage could soon be upon us. Just ask the largest grocer in Texas, which is now rationing eggs.
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Yes me too, but I get local farm fresh "good" eggs... :)
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tears up Oh be still my heart...
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