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Happiest Birthday to our lovely veterans Kelley and Kelly! Words can't express how much we value these two wonderful ladies. Thank you for all you add to make our strong group of women even more amazing.

Join us in wishing Kelley and Kelly a fantastic birthday and an amazing year ahead!
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#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders)

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Start eating these 7 foods the moment you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer

Cancer is a scary disease. Many of us have been affected by it whether distantly or up close. The repercussions of cancer have touched the lives of millions. For those who

#cancer   #chemotheraphy   #food   #healthyfood   #healthyeat   #health   #healthy   #explore   #wellness   #healthcare   #healthycare   #healthyliving   #homeremedies  

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In iOS 11, Safari will strip out Google AMP links for shared stories

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Just an FYI, T-Mobile's pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 8 start tonight at 9:01 PM PST.

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As Above

These two images are from the same point, on the right of the sun, Red Kachina is in the alpha sky survey.
The other is sdss-III Sloan digital sky survey, Blue Kachina is in this immense blue sphere on the left side.

Special, bring it on, all the way.

NI.BIRU is a cube that whence, is in motion revolves and rotates, and creates an orb, giving the impression of a globe or planet structure.

The word NI.BIRU is from the ancient Sumerians as found in the Chaldean, Accadian, Aramic and Ashuric as Nabara to raise, to elevate, to go up.

NI.BIRU does have an environment, only those genetically calibrated for transformation and transfiguration will be transported there.

So, NI.BIRU is multi-dimensional, holographic, cubed, Tetrahedron, Metatron, Mir (pyramid) shaped Star-Station.
There are more than one NI.BIRU(s), 6 satellites also shadow the main Star-Station.

Also known by;
#PlanetoftheCrossing
#PlanetX
#RedDwarf
#NIBIRU
#BlueKachina
#RedKachina
#Nabara
#Hercolubus
#Nemesis
#Destroyer
#Regulator
#Merkabah (removable throne)
#NEBTHET
#NEBTHERU
#MURDOQ
#REDDRAGON
#Neberu
#Menberu
#NBERU (Throne)
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In the Star-Station(s) physical appearance the composition of NI.BIRU is;
Antenna at the top
1 of 4 stones, Sapphire, Ruby, Emerald, Diamond, placed at the top part of the craft
Solar panels the size of pin heads, top and bottom
4 magnetic force areas (they look like panels) the panels are in the middle part of the craft with the Emerald stone in the centre
In the middle that rounds around the cube is a magnetic conductor
Hologram beam at the base
Jupiter sized
Cloaking device
Crystal top frame, then middle splits and the bottom also has a crystal frame.

There are many names of the same source, reflecting the different time periods, different interpretations from the different cultures and civilisations that recorded and interacted with the Supreme Beings.

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ASK AN ENGINEER - LIVE! 8/23/17 @adafruit #adafruit #electronics #programming

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I developed this handy Astrophotography rig simulator for Bintel that ties in a few different calculators I've been using online, particularly the ideal sampling measurement and the Field of View calculation and preview. It works for scales from planetary to deep sky with a few common preview targets for scale. All written in PHP and HTML5.

This link pre populates one of my setups (Celestron 9.25" Edge HD with Hyperstar and QHY12 CCD) but you can change the inputs to whatever you like to test your setup.

https://www.bintel.com.au/tools/astronomy-calculator/?focallength=2350&fratio=10&pixelsize=5.12&xpixels=4610&ypixels=3080&binning=1&multiplier=0.63&target=carina

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Amazing Aurora | International Space Station
U.S. Astronaut Randy Bresnik: "A couple of weeks ago when I saw my first aurora, I was amazed. It was beyond words! Energy dancing & pulsating before your eyes."

Credit: NASA/JSC
Release Date: August 23, 2017

+NASA Earth Observatory
+NASA Johnson Space Center

#NASA #ISS #Earth #Science #Planet #Aurora #Atmosphere #Astronaut #RandyBresnik #Human #Spaceflight #Expedition52 #JSC #OverviewEffect #OrbitalPerspective #STEM #Education

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After a million apologies, hundreds of leaks, and one big stage presence unveiling, the Galaxy Note is back. I won't be buying it, but I think some will.

Are you getting the Note 8?

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On July 9, 1893 an African American man named James Cornish suffered severe stab wounds to his chest and heart and was admitted to Provident Hospital in Chicago. The next day July 10, Cornish was still in bad condition and bleeding from his wounds and Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, an African American surgeon and owner of Provident, decided to operate on the man. Dr. Williams opened a small whole in Cornish's chest and closed a tear in the heart itself and an injury to the pericardium, the sac that encloses the heart. James Cornish survived and was released from the hospital after 51 days of recovering with some sources saying he lived for another 20 years and other sources say for another 50 years. Dr. Williams' operation on James Cornish is generally considered to be the first successful open heart surgery performed. Daniel Hale Williams was one of the founders of Provident Hospital and Training School Association which was the first black owned hospital in the United States, the first hospital in the nation to have an interracial staff, and to provide the first nurse training school for black Americans. Williams was the hospital's physician-owner from 1891-1912 and in this time Provident's successful patient recovery rate was 87%. Among Williams' many awards and honors in his lifetime included became the first black member of the prestigious American College of Surgeons in 1913. Dr. Williams' also worked as Chief Surgeon at the Freedman's Hospital in Washington DC and as a surgeon at Cook County Hospital and St. Luke's Hospital both in Chicago. The first picture is of Daniel Hale Williams and the second is of James Cornish immediately after the surgery.

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How the viral 'climber eclipse' photos were shot - Allen Murabayashi is the Chairman and Co-Founder of PhotoShelter. He's an avid photographer and frequently speaks on how photographers can use online marketing to grow their businesses. This article was originally published on PhotoShelter, and is reproduced here with permission. This week’s total solar eclipse over the continental U.S. generated a barrage of photos of varying levels of technical and artistic quality. But the best photos sh...

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How can an iPhone 8, let alone any phone, make proper use and marketing out of 512GB of storage space?

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Alright... the first review is online. Shit just got real.

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watch mycompilation of amaizing haircuts.barber superskills..hope u like it!!!
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4 Incredible Examples of Interactive Content
 
Making interactive content compels web users to engage, participate and share. Here are four great examples to inspire you in your marketing.

I'm studying up on diceless RPGs, and naturally enough, I've started with Amber. I'm about halfway through the text and have a lot of thoughts about it, but I keep thinking about this little gem that occurs on page 14:

Hardly anyone is ever satisfied with the results of an Attribute Auction. If you don't bid, you'll regret not getting the good Ranks. If you bid, you'll regret the points you spend. Still, what do you expect? You're competing with other players. No matter how unhappy you are will the results, remember that every bid you make throws a money wrench in somebody else's private plan.

Hey, I've designed a game that leaves everyone unsatisfied halfway through character creation, at which point the only salve is knowing that at least you've messed up the joy of your fellow players! #DesignGoals.

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Here's how social media can help you achieve your content marketing goals, like attracting and engaging your target audience, and getting them to take further action.

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OnePlus is a company created from enthusiasts focused on creating a phone for enthusiasts. Each year they have produced something different. While each year has had varying levels of success and teething issues they seem to have gotten everything together…

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Noisy Miner

For #NewBirdPoker this week hosted by +Dusty Gedge and created by +Phil Armishaw. I have gone with Wednesdays theme on, by or over a tree to join in with other great images I have seen, even though it is Thursday here in Australia.

The Noisy miner is in the Australian wattlebird family and is a territorial and active nectar feeding bird, this one was enjoying the flower spikes so much it didn't care about me photographing it.

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This Theory Explains What's Really Going On With Arya and Sansa http://trib.al/msAJC7y

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Elon Musk has revealed the new spacesuits for #SpaceX! The next generation of 'astronaut' is here:

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One of these might be a good investment for such an expensive new phone.

#Android #News #Samsung #GalaxyNote8 #TechArmor

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Hulu is making its streaming live TV and on demand content available to users via its website today. Although the update brings the functionality to users now, the company notes the new feature will be be an optional beta…

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49ers Hire First Openly Gay Coach In NFL - bit.ly/2g6WdTu

Katie Sowers is also the second full-time female assistant coach in NFL history.

4:07 PM ETSANTA CLARA, Calif. -- The San Francisco 49ers officially hired Katie Sowers for the 2017 season last week, making her the team's first female assistant coach. She's also the second full-time female assistant coach in NFL history.Sowers joins Buffalo Bills quality control coach Kathryn Smith, who last year became the league's first female full-time assistant.On Tuesday, Sowers,...

#Sports #NFL

(Credit: ESPN)

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What you eat can have a negative impact on your memory, cognitive function, and emotional health. Check out some of the worst foods for your brain and heart, which you should stop consuming right now.

http://www.hownutrition.info/5-foods-can-trigger-stroke/

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Happy birthday Amber Lynn! Have a lovely day! 💜💜
Read more on: bit.ly/2g6HJTl

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders)

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#RPGaDAY  - Day 23 - RPG with the most jaw-dropping layout.

This one took me some thinking until I picked up Dresden Files off my shelf. It's the fact that this book represents an actual book from the fiction and includes annotations, footnotes, highlighting and post-it notes from characters in the universe that caused my jaw to drop.

The Hobbit: Riddles in the dark collection

1.
What has roots as nobody sees,
is taller than trees,
up, up it goes,
And yet never grows?

2.
Thirty white horses on a red hill,
First they champ, then they stamp,
Then they stand still.

3.
Voiceless it cries, wingless flutters,
Toothless bites, mouthless mutters.

4.
An eye in a blue face
Saw an eye in a green face
"That eye is like to this eye" said the first eye,
But in lowplace not in high place."

5.
It cannot be seen, cannot be felt,
Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt.
It lies behind stars and under hills,
And empty holes it fills.
It comes first and follow after,
Ends life, kills laugher.

6.
A box without hinges, key or lid,
Yet golden treasure inside it hid.

7.
Alive without breath, as cold as death,
Never thirsty, ever drinking,
All in mail never clinking.

8.
No-legs lay on one-leg,
Two-legs sat near on three-legs,
Four-legs got some.

9.
This thing all things devours:
Bird, beasts, trees, flowers,
Gnaws iron, bites steel,
Grinds hard stone to meal,
Slay king, ruins town,
And beats high mountain down.



Please write the number of the riddle with your answer.
If possible, give all your answers in just one comment. (Re-edit them)
This is just for fun, I'm sure most of you already know the answers anyway xD
Still, answers will given on Saturday, 26th August.

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Here's how social media came together to campaign against the execution of #MarcellusWilliams. http://aje.io/jwa2e

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Privacy group says Washington cyberbullying law is censoring instead http://engt.co/2iqUzwB

Cam Newton(shoulder) will return to action against the Jaguars in the panthers third preseason game

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Shipwrecked AU
[[Closed RP for +Arthur Albion]]

Waking up slowly, Alfred uncurled from his thick nest of leaves and grasses. The shadows were still black and deep as he slipped from the crevice in the cave wall down to the cold, stone floor. The pale light of dawn had only just began to peak through the slim crack serving as the entrance to his hiding place. His cave was not easily visible when looking directly at the cliff-face rising nearly thirty feet into the sky. The elevated nest was protected from the few land creatures crawling or slithering across the island, and the climb up was rather treacherous if one did not know the places to step. The location was ideal for the small boy. Alfred could sleep easy knowing predators would not reach him. Grabbing a long, pointed stick laying on the ground near the entrance to the small cave, he shuffled out of the cave. Climbing along the now familiar footholds to the top of the top of the crest not far from his front door, Alfred paused to rub the sleep out of his eyes with the palm of his hand before continuing the walk down along the slope to the beach below.

The boy had an untamed look about him. Blond hair, once the bright color of wheat, was now dull with dirt and tangled in knots. The greasy thin strands were uneven around his ears and neck, nearing his shoulders in length. Alfred had tried to cut it once, but this had proved to be more effort that it was worth so he let his hair be. Fair skin, once pale and soft, was now tanned by the burning sun and hardened from exposure to the elements. Small hands and feet were thickly calloused allowing him to grip the hard surfaces of the rock face and walk on sharp rocks without noticing any discomfort. The clothes of his old life had been grown out of long ago; the rags were now indistinguishable from the shirt, waistcoat, trousers, and stockings they started out after withering away. The now fragile pieces of cloth were used sparingly. The coat he had been wearing, however, had held up better. It kept Alfred warm on many cold nights before eventually becoming too threadbare and small. Their primary use now was part of the bedding of his nest leaving him to depend on the dryness of the cave and small fires to keep warm. Learning to consistently light a fire had been a long process of trial and error. Before he washed up here on the island, it was never a skill he had needed to know; now lighting fires was almost second nature.

Alfred had been shipwrecked here on this small island since he was six years old. The vessel had been bound for America with his small family ready to begin a new life in the British colonies. The journey was long, and he had been seasick for the first few weeks. When he was finally well enough to move around the ship, he quickly felt trapped. The crowded ship and smell below deck often drove him up to the open air. A storm had tossed him overboard. Alfred had no idea if his family or the ship had arrived in America or sunk below the waves that day. The memories were fuzzy at best. At some point, probably when he hit the hard water, he had blacked out. Waking up on the empty beach, he did remember feeling afraid, equally empty, and terrifyingly alone. The first few months he had cried thinking of his family almost constantly; now he could barely remember their faces. It didn’t take him more than a few days to scope out the island when he finally did get around to it. He was entirely alone and without other humans. That was five years ago; Alfred was currently eleven years old.

Wading through the shallows, Alfred climbed up onto the slick rocks lining the shore before jumping farther out to reach a pool of calmer waters. It was almost like a small lagoon, blocked by a reef from the ocean tides. The water was fairly clear allowing him to easily see the fish idly swimming below. Crouching on top of the rock, he poised his makeshift spear above his head before driving it down into the water quick as lightning. The fish scattered as the stick was caught between a cluster of rocks, sand, and corals along the sea floor. Grunting in annoyance, Alfred retrieved his spear as he silently bemoaned his lost breakfast. Standing up from where he had been crouched to go find breakfast elsewhere, something moved in her peripheral vision. His head snapped around for a better look, only to freeze as he realized what he was seeing. There on the horizon between the sea and the sky was the fuzzy outline of a ship under great white sails standing out proudly against the all the blue.

Elation rose in uncontrollable waves in Alfred’s chest as his heart hammered. It was his family! They had come back for him! Sprinting along the rocks back towards the sandy beach, Alfred never took his eyes off the ship. He yelped in surprise as he tripped. Pain raced up his legs as rocks scratched him all over, scraping his bare back as well when he tumbled along the ground back into the water. Head breaking the surface once more, his excitement was equally doused. This couldn’t be his family. Why would it have taken them so long to come for him? Why would they look for him at all if they didn’t know he was alive? Swimming back to the beach, Alfred climbed up onto the sand still watching the approaching vessel. A sudden suspicion rose in him. Who was coming and why? Growling low, he turned to scamper off farther inland to the cover of the trees. They couldn’t stay. This was his island! His home! No one would take it from him! He was ready to defend it from this invader.

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Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell - Mean Mistreater Mama (Leroy Carr) 1934

First release by Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell (March 1934)

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Good Evening..An Invitation To Share Your Beautiful Images And Join My Nature's Beauty Photography Community..Thank You

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Everyone knows someone who has survived cancer, but until now no one knows anyone who has survived Alzheimer's Disease. Dr. Bredesen’s new book is available today! Check it out.

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Sierra Club founder John Muir went up a mountain and found his calling: to protect America's stunning wilderness. See our nation's most unspoiled landscapes on Aerial America, tonight at 10.
https://youtu.be/PoRzSKKA0zU
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