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Kristin Moran (Béibhinn Mhodartha)
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Fiber artist, procrastinator, SCAdian, feminist, conservationist, liberal, gamer, geek of many colors.
Fiber artist, procrastinator, SCAdian, feminist, conservationist, liberal, gamer, geek of many colors.

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Dear people who encounter my corner of the Plusverse,

If a stranger walked into your house uninvited, shouted obscenities, threw things about, and left (or worse, got into an argument with other strangers who also showed up), you would probably not take kindly to it.

It's likewise unsettling to have someone you've never interacted with post a comment on G+ with lots of UPPERCASE and profanities, without so much as an acknowledgment that there is a person who posted that thing causing so much ire.

If you come onto one of my posts, guns blazing, expect to be blocked. Because you're being rude. And my portion of the Plusverse is not a democracy. I block people who are unable or unwilling to engage in civil discourse. This means I will not tolerate people attacking one another, making prejudiced comments, etc.

TL;DR -- don't be a dick. 

ETA: I will not add you for Hangouts just because you tell me to. I don't use Hangouts, and I have no interest in hanging out with random dudes.
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I avoided watching this video for a while cuz I thought it would be a rehash but....... I love everything about this little house.
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"As played by Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, the two leads brilliantly show the struggle that went on behind the scenes. Streep is especially good (as usual, but also extremely well cast here) as a woman that had always been rich and pampered, but who displays great inner strength and character, as in the old saying, “A woman is like a teabag—you don’t know how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” Though there are a few too many shots of Streep entering rooms where she is the only woman, the film tries to underscore how unusual and thus lonely her position was. Not only was she viewed with suspicion because of her gender; some of her advisors actively try to overpower her because of it."

I'm looking forward to seeing this!
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