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Interactive Infographic - How a Handgun Works

This is an awesome piece of content. An interactive infographic on how a handgun works - content marketers, check this out.

Link: http://animagraffs.com/how-a-handgun-works-1911-45/
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This Twerking Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Man Is The Most Important Video You’ll See Today http://bzfd.it/1hslcXP
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The worlds smallest bicycle.  [www.industrytap.com]
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Everything I've learned online, I've learned it with Google 
#thanksgiving2013  
"I’m a big fan of Google. However, its not about Google, it’s about what people have done with Google. It’s about all the people using Google to become leaders in their own lives and their own communities. They have achieved all these things because of their own ingenuity and talent. But now they are part of our story - and we are part of theirs. And that’s what makes it worth it." +Patrick Pichette, CFO, Google 

I am a firm believer that it's not about who you circle, neither who circles you but who finds you and how you treat them . It is not about "working the Google+", it's about working for the Google+ (as a community).  

To make a long story short, everything started with Google Buzz. At that time, I was using Google and Chrome and had no interest in anything else as a user... of a computer. Then one day, my twin brother Serge Labelle (who has been using social networks for almost 10 years...!), convinced me: "It's not about technology, it's about people sharing common interests." Ok... 

When I started on GBuzz, e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g was a challenge for me: dealing in a second language, typing, writing, posting, etc. name it. But mostly, I knew no one... However, that last challenge was the one I was ready to face, "people" being my no.1 passion in life. 

I invested tons of hours reading, learning from others, trying to do my best (did lots of mistakes), etc. but I am here today using and enjoying tremendously "Google" and the community here on Google+, personally and professionally. 

And that's what makes it worth it. Thanks +Google & +Google+ 

Image: keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk/p/keep-calm-and-thanks-google-2/
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This is typical of Christian behavior. They all just ASSUME that the Bible is fact for literally no reason at all. When you have a textbook, it has source information and information on who wrote it so you can check its credibility. Some reason Christians ASSUME that God wrote the bible just because the bible itself makes that claim. There is no way to check this and no proof of this. No proof literally means there is no REASON to believe that. The Bible is true because the bible says that it is true. Seems legit... 
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So if you take a calcium supplement while eating, you will absorb less fat as well? 
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I feel that science will be so advanced by then that humans would have probably recreated earth somewhere else where the sun won't bother us. 
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Breaking down the math.

Thank goodness for this clear useful explanation of the damages of piracy.

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