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Can you taste the difference btwn coffees from various regions? Here's a guide fromBeanGenius. http://ow.ly/Y9UI304dcyq #WednesdayWisdom
Coffee comes from all over the world. Every country and farm has a different method of processing their coffee. Here are the basic coffee origins.
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This 47 tips for pour overs!
What techniques do the best baristas use to make pour over coffee? We let the pros in our community tell you themselves.
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Yes! Finally, some positive news! I don't smoke anymore but I would smoke an entire pack just because!



IS conflict: Manbij residents celebrate liberation - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-37066304
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An interesting opinion from a former IS captive, along with a little insight in to their mindset.
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This could explain some things..
Two in every 100 people have no ability to visualise images in their own heads - because of a condition called aphantasia.
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Hope this isn't a gimmick..
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OK, not only is this ridiculous, but more important is what is at the end of this article. The article provides readers with a sequence of events from before the war in Syria began to how things materialized in to what they are today.



The Independent: Isis bans football referees in Syria because they enforce 'laws of Fifa not Sharia' http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw8auqgC0
Isis has reportedly outlawed football referees in one of its Syrian strongholds because they implement Fifa rules “in violation of the commands of Allah”. The UK-based Syrian Observatory or Human Rights (SOHR) said commanders had also drawn up a list of rules detailing how injured players can be compensated by their opponents under Sharia law.
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What a peculiar sound. Very interesting is the breathing technique used to sustain continuous sound from the instrument without bags only cheeks; extremely efficient reeds are surely a requirement.
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This is a move in the right direction. More coverage showing the positive sides of a religion that is under a harsh spotlight. Media can really guide the publics opinion and attitude, so kudos to the BBC, but more importantly those making the effort to bridge gaps and build unity.


France church attack: Muslims attend Mass - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36936658
Muslims across France attend Catholic Mass in a gesture of solidarity after the murder of a priest on Tuesday.
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