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I've heard from a couple ex-JWs that they sometimes prefer this: it gives them credit for "publishing" without all the awkwardness of actually talking to sometimes hostile people.
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It sucks quality wise but it is mine ;)
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Nice article! Left a comment inviting them over here.
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Very cool - 3d printed and channeling Wells
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That's one helluva muzzle flash.  I can't see how an RCL would be much worse.
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CD spools, industrial paper towel roll cores, a couple of pieces of recycled binder cover carboard and a couple of spare finials = Martian temples.
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I like this idea a lot.
We believe in the citizens of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand benefiting from a freedom of movement initiative, advancing the ever growing cultural, historical, economical and political connections that we already share through our Commonwealth ties. Because of the unique relationship and socio-economic bonds that the U.K, Canada, Australia and New Zealand share, we believe that each country can benefit from a free movemen...
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Isn't this in effect as part of the Commonwealth? 
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Comments on the new Slic3r (1.2.9)
www.dragonflydiy.com

Recently a new flagship version of Slic3r was released, which rolls up all of the stuff that has been experimental for a long time into one

Celebrating WRG’s contribution to Wargaming
wargamingco.blogspot.com

Bristol Wargaming Society, my local club, were pondering the world of wargaming; who had contributed to launching the hobby we all enjoy? Ac

Thinking About Japanese Temples
wonderfulrife.blogspot.com

Although my convention participation has just ended, I'm suffering from burnout - but I'll be back to my usual self tomorrow (Friday) at wor

WWII Photograph: American POWs Leaving Yokohama Work Camp
wonderfulrife.blogspot.com

Here's an interesting photograph I found within some e-mail mass-mailed to me by my dad... It purports to show guards at a Yokohama, Japan W

Home Guard Getting Ready
lebanon1982.blogspot.com

For Father’s Day while the ladies were out so I finished the rest of the British LDV/Home Guard platoon. These will be based in Cornwall loo

RIP Sir Christopher Lee CBE, CStJ (27 May 1922 – 7 June 2015)
troubleatthemill.blogspot.com

Do not underestimate me, boy Look closer and you'll find That if you peel back the polite There might be something fierce inside The quote i

Dad's Army in Quiet Cornwall
lebanon1982.blogspot.com

Our local squire was very pleased with himself as a new batch of recruits have been outfitted and accepted into the LDV. This allows our sma

Stoney Creek 2015
grenzerjohn.blogspot.com

I haven't blogged in a while since -as I've said before- "Life gets in the way of living." This past weekend, I must tell you about. A few o

Saturday Workbench
wargaminggirl.blogspot.com

Well, the cotton wool balls soaked in diluted ink didn't work very well - only the outer layers got stained and they took ages to dry. Scrat

Product Review: Battlefront plastic Soviet Tank Killers
reddogofwar.blogspot.com

I cracked open my box of plastic Tank Killers from ValleyCon a couple of days ago. I've assembled and painted a lot of PSC kits in my time,

Cold War Campaign - Game 3
cstoesen.blogspot.com

Following the bloodless second game, the third game looked as if it were going to be harder fought. This time the terrain was in a large vil

Games and shows
troubleatthemill.blogspot.com

Just in case anyone missed the results of the poll a month or so ago, and hasn't read the current round of discussion in WSS on the subject.

People Who Don't Understand Halloween Rules
ih8itih8it.blogspot.com

Do you know what I hate? People who don't understand Halloween rules. (Photo above by Sandro Mancino, clearly shows a house that likes and u

Noboko And Andrew: Inside Daddy's Mind
wonderfulrife.blogspot.com

When we examine the goings on of myself in Japan between 1990-1993, I give you my perspective on things... but I do try to be fair, and pres

FIRST MINIATURES for 1885 Colonial
colonialwargame20mm.blogspot.com

THE STARTING of The ARMIES. Hi- The other day whilst we were playing Naval Sea Battles here - I showed my Friend Lt.Col. Greg a single Briti

Handling things the Makerbot way
richrap.blogspot.com

I don't often write about 3D printing news on this blog, but today I woke up to the story that Makerbot had cut 20% of their staff and close

Her Majesty's Martian Rifles
johnstoysoldiers.blogspot.com

The staunch defender's of Her Majesty's Dominions on Mars, the Martian Rifles. Models from Warlord Games.

Project Gutenberg-Ubuntu application reviews
thebluedrag.blogspot.com

Project gutenberg is an app that connects to the online service project Gutenberg.As such it provides over 46000 free ebooks.Including epub,

Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections: Ottawa Sharpshooters Enroute
anglo-celtic-connections.blogspot.com

130 years ago today, in 1885, the men of the Ottawa Company of Sharpshooters had left Ottawa and were slogging their way by train, sleigh an

Excellent practice. My family has been using Dr. McKay for many years. Dr. McKay and the hygienists consistently explain what they are doing and why. They all have what is best described as a "light touch" which makes being in the chair, a generally unpleasant experience, bearable.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I won't blame the waitress for the failings of the kitchen. She was friendly and doing the best she could under the circumstances. No evidence of any understanding of southwestern cooking. One meal from our party was forgotten - they comped it but still not easy to forgive. Another meal was sent back as inedible. Two margaritas had clumps of salt in the bottom of the glass and the guacamole had a huge chunk of avocado in it that the masher had missed. Partway through the meal, the soundtrack switched to loud arabic music. Nothing to be offended about but odd. We found out why in leaving The Twisted Lizard doubles as shisha (hookah) bar. Management really needs to drop the tex mex theme which they clearly do not understand and move on to middle eastern cuisine. Not worth your time or money.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Excellent service and great product lines. I use them for trailer accessories and electrics. If you stay away from the specialist marine grade items, they can be a third of what you would pay at a large Canadian camping and Tire store.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Went there for a co-workers going away lunch. Not wanting to deal with the mess of the ribs since we had to go back to the office, I ordered the rib sandwich. I can't really rate the food as poor but neither was it good. The sandwich came on a fresh if very chewy ciabatta bun. The smallish portion of shredded rib meat filling was lukewarm and was simply sweet without any spice, smokiness, tomato or other flavour I would associate with ribs. The meat was topped with some uninspiring sprouts and there may have been a thin onion ring tucked in there somewhere. The sandwich came on a large plate with a very generous portion of fries. The fries were ultra thin commercial cut shoestrings and again were lukewarm. A smaller portion of wedge fries would have been more appropriate. A couple of sprinkles of some sort of spiced salt were scattered over the fries - frankly a good dose of this mix on the sandwich would have improved things. The service was good, not stellar as the drinks refill order had to be placed twice - then we got two refills. I wouldn't go back intentionally because Baton Rouge is simply mediocre. If it was the only restaurant at an airport hotel, I might give the ribs a shot.
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Reasonably priced, good shipping and Canadian or Canadien if you prefer. The economy PLA runs well with little tweaking required.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Our favourite Thai restaurant. As noted in other reviews, it is small, can be noisy and a reservation is not a bad idea. The food is consistently excellent but a word of warning, when the menu says hot, it is indeed hot. Unlike many places, the spicing has not been downgraded for a western palate. Even if you like it spicy, you might want to dial it back a notch on your first visit. Highly recommended.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I visited Foundry Miniatures in September 2012. This is a working warehouse operation and not a retail store so concrete floors and steel racks are the order of the day. But what a war gaming feast it is! One of the ranges I had come for, Victoriana, was 50% off. The only thing stopping me from spending more was my baggage allowance. I was even given a couple of freebies. Some figures had moderate flash but I expect these were older moulds as the rest were very clean. Recommended
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago