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Bonnie Hritz
Yes, i'm at work, and yes, that's a real sword - any other questions?
Yes, i'm at work, and yes, that's a real sword - any other questions?

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I got my son hooked on the Discworld novels. My work as a parent is done.

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HAH! Hey Jim, my boss! lol
You asked for it, so here it is! A new video on my youtube! :P

If you like it, please share it :)

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Amen! Hallelujah! I hear angelic choruses and little bald men with finger cymbals dancing! LOL

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Your daily squee - Ratnap! Happily stolen from a friend's facebook.

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HAH! This is awesome!
It's a valid point.

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Share this Video and I will Donate $1 for each share

DC Entertainment is bringing together their Justice League Superheroes to raise funds for famine relief in Africa.
For every $1 donated they will match it.

Here is where you come in at NO COST to you:

1. Between now and Midnight Saturday for every share of this post (up to 500) I will donate $1 to this effort.
2. You don't even have to circle me but,
3. Since I am limited to adds to my circles and if you aren't already in my circle I will add back anyone that shares this up to my 5000 limit (I think I have room for about 200) more people.

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Too cool! I remember a teacher in grade school had this in poster form.
Grammar lovers, this is hilarious list!

A taste: :-) - Foreign words and phrases are not apropos.
- One should never generalize.
- Eliminate quotations. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "I hate quotations. Tell me what you know."
- Comparisons are as bad as cliches.

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Too cool!
This is really quite weird. I've seen Lyrebirds on the Life documentary but it certainly wasn't immitating construction work! Amazing :D

via a friend on facebook

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Can we get a reality check here?

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What were you doing on 29th Feb 2012

OK so it hasn't happened yet..... But when it does something extra-ordinary will happen.

People all over the world are going to create a photographic record of their local surroundings and upload them to Google+. Giving everyone else the chance to take a sneaking glimpse of the world at one precise moment in time.

To include a small snapshop of your little piece of the world is simple.

1) Take a picture at any point on 29th Feb 2012
2) Upload your picture to Google+
3) Tag the picture with both the location and #G+LeapYearDayProject .
4) That's it.

To see what the world looked like at that moment Wait until after that date and use the search box to find a specific location or everything
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