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Jason Grima
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Wow. I imagine this is would give you nightmares if you're particularly afraid of snakes. I'm not especially afraid of snakes, and I'm massively creeped out.
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That is a lot of fucking snakes
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This headline is pretty stupid. Helmets aren't for when noobs fall over. They are to protect the rider's head in an accident.

No amount of bike stabilisation is going to protect you when a car cuts across you and you fly over their bonnet onto the asphalt.

No amount of stabilisation is going to help you when you misjudge a corner and end up front-on into a tree.

We don't wear helmets because bikes are dangerous when things are going right, we wear them because they protect us when things go wrong.
As reported by Engadget: BMW has unveiled a slew of concept vehicles to mark its 100th birthday, but its fourth and last example might be the most daring. Its new Motorrad Vision Next 100 concept motorcycle would supposedly b...
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Well said
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Doesn't quite deal with all the nuance of raising a child, particularly a child who may have behavioural issue, especially where such issue may even be completely unrelated to past failures in parenting technique or application.

Regardless, I support the conclusion 100%
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there are many things I do in contrary to the rules because the reward of not following them out weighs the potential punishments of being caught (every thing has pros and cons). As a child the only punishments I considered to out weigh the benefits were corporal, these days I don't so much consider the punishment, but instead how quality of life will be affected 
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I just... nope
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http://imgur.com/a/Gjcb5

This made me laugh out loud, repeatedly.
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Google's Halloween doodle game is very simple and fun. Recommend using a touch device, it's a lot harder with a mouse 🐀

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Been trying to find some good stats on this and the internet is largely letting me down

if you're having pizza....
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I like them on a supreme pizza. The saltiness contrasts well with all the veggies. On other pizzas it tends to over power the other ingredients.
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lol... this is exactly what I get from sports interviews!
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This looks funny.
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hehe. totally doing this from now on.
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though generally you don't get to be level 1 until you're at an age which is close enough to be considered an adult (much like conscription for military service), so someone who was level 80 if they gain a level every year on their birthday (which in itself is much like awarding trophies to people purely for participating instead of an award for actual achievement) would be say 98 years old (possibly 95 at the youngest)
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Great skate rink. Friendly staff. Hire skates in good condition. Fun general daytime sessions, with games and toboggans.
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Amazing playground! Sunken, broken pirate ship, climbing ladders, slides, tunnels! Decent seating for a picnic lunch/dinner and a great view of the river.
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Great playground for the kids. A big strip of park and equipment, lots of trees, and usually a good view of the water. The playground lacks shaded seating for parents/guardians.
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Not exactly "classy", but easy parking, decent range of shops - two major supermarkets, Kmart(recently refitted), ebgames and a bunch of others. Decent food court. One of the few shopping centres that still has large walkways, not cluttered with stalls and sprookers
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Great playground for scooters, a bit small for bikes. Lots of climbing and running around fun to be had. The kids played for 3 hours straight. Noticed the lack of a toilet facilities.
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Good accommodation at the price. Decent communal spa and pool facility. Very close to beach and town. Also has a mini tennis court and basketball court, and communal BBQs. Rooms were clean, but nothing special. Grounds/gardens have seen better days.
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Poorly stocked shelves. Feels dirty, like the shop is being intentionally run down.
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