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Cool stuff. Sounds like it's just a matter of time before we send messages with diamond rings. That'd give a whole new meaning to the phrase "ring me later."
Quantum teleportation promises a leap into the next great era of computing -- but first we've got to get it working consistently. Scientists at the Kavli
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When you're not quite sure what to eat, why not try some Donuts, Ice Cream & Croissant, Chinese Food Express?
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Sometimes I like when my wife doesn't cook, because then I end up with a dinner like this.
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The rare and exotic mango flower.
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Whether you agree with Anonymous or not, it's hard not to agree with this message.
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You said it man
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Join up against Monsanto & march on May 25th. Marching might not make immediate change, but it will help draw attention to the issues & hopefully inspire further action by individuals through more responsible shopping habits & politicians through their bills & policies.
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I rarely repost, but when something makes me laugh like this I feel obligated to do so. However, if you're not familiar with both Star Wars and Game of Thrones, then this probably won't be so entertaining for you. Enjoy.
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Hilarious!!!
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This place is awesome and the bakers are so friendly and helpful. If you get a chance, check it out.

The Good Cookies & Beyond - A Gluten Free Bakery

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So I was eating some GF crackers and I told my wife, "They're stale." She tried some and said, "They're not stale. They're just gluten free." sigh They actually were stale, but that says something about her (and I think others') view of GF foods. But GF foods have been getting better. Currently, my favorite GF crackers are Glutino's Multigrain crackers. As far as I'm concerned, they taste and act like regular crackers.
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I like all of Glutino's crackers. They make nice Cheddar and Vegetable variants, as well.
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Ramen Burger, created by Keizo Shimamoto. He just started touring the world allowing people to try his creation, and it's delicious! Next stop--San Jose, CA.
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Earl - Crowdfunded Backcountry Survival Tablet. Topo Maps. Weather Station. Walkie Talkie. Emergency Radio.
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This will go a long way to helping make electric vehicles the new standard. Imagine driving in traffic without worrying about breathing the emissions of other cars.
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  • California State University, Fullerton
    Majored in Radio-TV-Film with emphasis in film, 2000 - 2004
    Double minor in Religious Studies & Japanese
  • Kansai Gaikokugo Daigaku
    2002
    Japanese language & culture, Movies, Religion & Ceramics
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Great food and great service. Price is higher than standard restaurants, but you get what you pay for. I will come here again when I'm in the area. I recommend the Bar Bites during happy hour (open-6:30 & 9pm,-close). Drinks are still full price, but the food is great during happy hour.
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It's OK. Decent variety for soft serve ice cream. Not sure where the Italian plays in or if that's just a gimmick.
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I gave a 4 star review about a year ago (see below) when I discovered this place. Now it's 5 stars because it's become a favorite of mine and the food and service have always been consistently great. It's a fun and friendly environment where the staff yells across the restaurant to each other the entire time keeping the place lively and spirited. Apx. 1 year ago: This was a nice little find. I ate there for lunch yesterday. They opened at 11:30 am and were full by 11:45 am. Great meats, decent prices, cool staff.
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Tucked away on the top floor of the shopping center, this is a fairly large theater with friendly staff. It's styled like a cabin/lodge with log beams and rustic designs, which gave it a comfortable, homey feel.
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Great fresh-made ice cream everyday (except Wednesday when they're closed). They have a simple but delicious selection. The ice cream is so fresh that it doesn't take long to melt but manages to stay just creamy enough to eat. I'm a regular now.
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I rarely give 5 stars but this place is great. They have a large selection of ciders on tap and their entire menu is gluten-free including fish and chips. They also have shuffleboard and a variety of board games and cards games available. I only wish they had a location in Southern California.
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Great for a stroll as well as creative stimulation. Placards explain each piece, including the artist, materials and the artist's intention which was refreshing since so much art doesn't offer explanations for reasons or intentions. Oh yeah...and it's free too. So it's basically a free outdoor museum.
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