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Wonko The Sane
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Airlined up perfectly!
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Beinahe, Google+, beinahe richtig! ;D
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A shiny, sparkling 2013 to everyone! :)
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Nach dem Facebook-Profil nun auch auf Google+, bitte eifrig plussen! ;)
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Mehr Mitbestimmung, weniger Parteitaktik!
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Intergalactic Lovers at "Das Bett", Frankfurt
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That's a pretty great idea! I wish there were sugarfree Code Red or Dr Pepper drink mixes. I really miss those.
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For everyone who doesn't know it yet: My go-to-place for everything global macro socio-economic: Gapminder.org - http://www.bit.ly/TpbJpu

This is the guy who came up with it: http://vimeo.com/18477762
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Get these kids a gun - so they are allowed to vote! Also, Sarah Silverman <3
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Found, of all places, on "what's hot on G+" - i like the little insight into a country so far away in so many ways!
 
Wi-fi before roads

I am staying in this small village in a Yao minority-tribe region of China. I had to walk an hour up the mountain to arrive here since there are no roads to this village. But by golly they have pretty good wi-fi! Many other parts of China are without toilets, but they have excellent cell phone coverage. People value communication over many other necessities.

We are surrounded by amazing rice terraces, another classic image from China. These terraces require an immense amount of hand-work to maintain their form and function. They erode quickly without constant patching up. And farming rice on them takes yet more work -- much more than growing rice on large farms. These terraces took a thousand years to create; but I predict they will be gone -- overgrown and disintegrating -- in 100 years. No one will want to keep them up, unless the government simply pays them as a tourist attraction. I hope they do since these structures are stunning.
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Excellent service that helped us a lot navigating around the language barrier, and very good, simple food. A very bright, calm and comforting interior to top it off. Prices are very reasonable - we totalled 15 euros for a 2 people dinner snack including excellent coffee with soy milk. A+ will snack again!
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