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Angela Hagan
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small-town girl in the city
small-town girl in the city

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What Paige doesn't say is that her trip to Sweden was a labor of love for which she had been saving and preparing by learning the language. She was following her passion. I like her take on "haters gonna hate," or in this case brickshitters gonna shit bricks. Paige can help others unlock their blocks and live life more unapologetically.

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For +Isabel Star​ : a good place to have fun with science and learning activities 

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Micro Camper Is A ‘Front Porch’ For Your Campsite

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Audrey's favorite color and Isabel loved searching for ghost crabs at night on the Outer Banks. I wonder whether a trip to the Philippines is in our future? These little critters come out at night, too.

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Dying bees are a problem, and not just for apiarists. Bees pollinate many of the world's crops-a service estimated to be worth $15 billion a year in America alone. And there is no shortage of theories to explain the insects' decline. Now, evidence is growing that commonly used pesticides, even when employed carefully, are bad for bees http://econ.st/HyXQA3

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Why I don't like Chuck Norris anymore
He is a fundamentalist christian.

He cheats on his wife after six years of marriage, divorces his wife 24 years later, never even bothers to meet his illegitimate daughter until she's 26, and then marries a model almost half his age, and he has the audacity to tell allowing loving homosexuals to marry would be against the sanctity of marriage.
(source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Norris#Family)

You can like him if you want, but the fact that everyone claming he's a "badass" when he is an ass IRL is getting on me.

I prefer Liam Neeson.
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The world could get its first lab-grown burger this year, with scientists using stem cells to create strips of beef. But could vegetarians eat it?

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Ken gets all the credit for finding this headline. "You know the journalists know."

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