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Hooray, hugs for everyone! 
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Thanks to +Tim Johnson​​ for this in my stream today.

Say all you want about what you think beauty is, this shah surrounded himself with what he thought was beautiful, and these women look very confident indeed.
 
The article is in Russian, but the pictures tell it all - the women in the harem of the Iranian Shah, circa 1860. The Shah took the shots of his harem himself, no one else was allowed - he dabbled in photography.

#Iran  
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Перед вами уникальные снимки, сделанные фотографом Антоном Севрюгиным.
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We should teach culture immersion classes in public schools. One culture each year for 12 years. And the curriculum would include standards of beauty, humor, and individual/community values. This would replace the one-day 6th grade culture fair. 
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I thought some people in this community might be interested in helping this game store out.
 
Help Red Castle games in Foster Powell  re-open!
Some drunk idiot crashed into this awesome little board game store. Help these guys out, and help Foster shine.

http://www.gofundme.com/qsv7w2j
Today a suspected drunk driver slammed into my small business, Red Castle Games. At Red Castle, we strive to provide an awesome community setting where the public can not only buy games, but come and play as well. The front of our building has been smashed and costs are adding up quick. We have...
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I wonder what isn't covered by insurance and what insurance company they used because I never want to give that insurance company my business.
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The other night we were watching Suits. I don't really like the show, but Whitney enjoys it, so I watch with him.

Later that night I started to realize how much lack of continuity there was in the episode. I got more and more annoyed. And he said to me:

"You know when this show takes place? In the not-too-distant future. It's just a TV show. You should really just relax."

I am partly annoyed, because that's terrible logic. But I am mostly proud because after 2 years of watching, I finally have him quoting MST3K. 
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Sounds like a Jim-Dandy idea there Mr. Beakley.  Make a smoothie for me while yer at it.
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She's got a little Janet Jackson thing going on here. Time to put your sweat bands and leg warmers on and dance. 
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Here's a completed story, Spacetrawler. That's not the name of the ship; it's the name of the motor that runs all the ships in the universe, currently. And it's a great name for this strip, as the motor is central to everything that happens.

6 Earthlings are abducted to fight for a space mission they don't know anything about. And in their space explorations, they grow and change while trying to decide what aspects of themselves they want to keep. The entire story is told by the captain of the crew, who is fulfilling a dying request: Martina, a crew member, has asked that he relate how she died to her father back in Spain. 

My first favorite part of this story was the character development as the humans touch the rest of the universe with their presence, actions, and rash behavior in a fight - and how the universe responds to them. Both are shaped forever.

My second favorite part is the humor balancing the dark parts - this story rotates both in turns in ways that allow you to relish both before moving on to something completely different.

It's a lovely story, the first page made me laugh right out loud. And, it has a resolution, which is one of the best parts of it - that it ends, and ends so well.
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I totally learned something today! It is this thing! 
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we would milk them sometimes, but mainly just for pets. they were sweet goats, would follow the cows around the pasture. we would also let them into the front and back yards to eat grass.
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Machi Koro Strategy (Harbor Expansion)

Last night we played a 4-player game of Machi Koro. I'm not sure we will ever play without the expansion.

With the expansion, you not only get powerful cards, you get super useful developments and a new way to play: instead of setting all the cards out by category, you just draw from a large face-down pile until you have 10 unique card choices. You never know what buildings will be available.

For those of you who have played with the expansion, I have a question. The Tuna Boat card is insanely powerful as far as getting you money fast. Buy two Tuna Boats, develop your Harbor, and you can win the game in about 3 rounds with good rolling.

It feels like this card is way too powerful, and that if you don't buy at least one, you won't win. Do you have house rules that curb the power of the Tuna Boat? Do you have a non-Tuna strategy for winning? 
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TUNERBOAT!
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Takenoko Strategy

I win so very few games, so when I find a way to win one I like, I tend to hang on to what works. After about 20 plays of this game, I have found that I tend to win when I split my actions at the start of the game between completing a mission and choosing another card, usually so I have a variety of categories in my hand.

Last night we played and it had been so long that I forgot to use my own strategy. I spent half the game trying to complete my initial three missions before drawing new ones. I came in third of 4 players.

Does my winning strategy (not the one I used last night) sound like what you do to win this game? Do you do something different? 
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Correct but using the advanced rules you can't score those cards. 

I do know someone was complaining that their kid always wins and all they get are panda cards. I've yet to try that strategy.
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This is for +Ben Gerber​ because in the third Bullet point after step 5 it starts getting all medieval, talking about "prythee wind". There is also blood flow and the Sith involved. In the end, I am not entirely sure what you will have made, but you will be rich in experience for it.
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Seems like it's all spelled out in black and white. The translator was having a stroke while writing it. :D
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Evan Dahm has created this universe and the inhabitants therein - Machine Men walk the Earth, and Blackbird People burn cities to the ground. This story's hero is named Koark - he is the last of the storytellers and he the stories he knows ally him to some and make him a threat to others. 

Through this black-and-white sketch, Evan Dahm pauses to share a story here and there from Koark's book, using his own style of calligraphy and illustration. 

He has another completed comic called Rice Boy, which I read first. Some characters from that story are also in this one. However, I found this one to be a little easier to follow. The main thing to Evan Dahm seems to be his mythologies, unique to this story's universe, and that's why I admire this work. The author has obviously thought about this world, and its details, for years. As he spins his tale, it's more like an invitation into his mind, to see these characters as he's always imagined them. 
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