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The Original Version Of Prince's 'Nothing Compares 2 U' Has Just Been Released And It's Freaking Amazing https://youtu.be/cpGA0azFdCs
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I need to be in the right head space to watch this. ‎· MoTO Babycakes
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@micah: #cosign ‎· MoTO Babycakes ‎· 1
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Shower thoughts: "Maybe crickets have the exact opposite sense of humour to us, so whenever you hear crickets after a bad joke it’s just your tiny fan club absolutely dying with laughter."
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Seized bearing, I have defeated you!!
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10 hours cutting out the old bearing race with a Dremel tool. Something, something, something, persistance! ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 4
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@barrywynn: I will add this to my growing inventory of superpowers, which also include: the ability to delay gratification, and knowing exactly the right time to eat an avocado. ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 3
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Here's that new Strawberry Alarm Clock tune I was telling you about.
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"By any usual interpretation, the hacker has stolen money from other users and violated the intent of the DAO. However, according to the DAO’s own legal contract, there is no such thing as theft and the intent is completely unimportant. the only important and relevant thing are the smart contracts themselves. Consequently, there is no real legal difference between a feature and an exploit. It is all a matter of perspective." http://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-06-17/blockchain-...
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"The U.S. legal system has built up a pleasantly redundant system of safeguards so that investors usually get more or less what they expect. If you invest in a U.S. public company, you are in a sense signing up for a certificate of incorporation and bylaws, which are written in lawyerly language. But you also get a prospectus that explains the terms of your investment in relatively (relatively!) plain English. Also the terms of that investment -- how you vote, what duties the company owes you, what rights you have, etc. -- tend to be constrained by federal securities law, state law, stock exchange listing requirements, underwriter due diligence, public policy, custom and tradition. Even if you invest in a company whose bylaws say that the board of directors can sacrifice you to a demon on the first full moon of a leap year, it's unlikely that that term would be enforced. There is only so much leeway to depart from the standard terms." ‎· Ken Morley
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So, the $1000 of Ethereum (ether) I didn't buy when I posted this, is now worth $36,000. ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 3
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Can you find the US states without any outlines and without making any mistakes? - https://www.sporcle.com/games/mhershfield/us-states-no-outlin...
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Damn you Rhode Island! ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 4
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The lines on these aren't drawn particularly well. ‎· John B. ‎· 1
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I had a very hard time trying this on my phone due to some line issues, but once I tried on my computer all was well. ‎· Galadriel
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This just in: Rhode Island not actually an island. ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 1
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Indonesia is really big. https://thetruesize.com
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Tommy Cash - Winaloto https://youtu.be/C2zx2i93R44
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He has a certain je ne sais quoi. ‎· Ken Morley
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West coast advantage: celebrating New Years at 9pm, in bed by 9:30.
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It’s the only way to fly. ‎· Micah ‎· 1
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Why Are All “Star Wars” Movies the Same? https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/why-are-all-st...
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"Apparently, it’s impossible to imagine a galaxy far, far away in which the Millennium Falcon doesn’t weave through a canyon and Rebel bases are not besieged; there must always be a Jedi warrior with a British accent, and bands of resistance fighters must always include a raffish rogue with cool hair; someone must always conceive a crazy plan to sneak into an enemy stronghold and then get caught. Just as one’s dreams converge on the same situations (the pop quiz, the dentist’s office), so “Star Wars” seems to take place in a dream world in which old friends are perpetually reuniting and nobody can find his or her parents." ‎· Ken Morley
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@ufux Super interesting, thanks! ‎· Ken Morley
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"Everybody knows that the dice are loaded Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed Everybody knows the war is over Everybody knows the good guys lost Everybody knows the fight was fixed The poor stay poor, the rich get rich That's how it goes Everybody knows" - Gary Cohn
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Senate Republican Tax Bill
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! ‎· iskeletor ‎· 1
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Meanwhile, it only costs $45 to join the Democratic Socialists of America: https://act.dsausa.org/donate/membership/ ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 1
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Retirement
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I'm sorry.
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Time to change the goals to 11. Or 10. ‎· bentley ‎· 3
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The thing that irks me more than missing my goal, is that the failed challenges don't show up with the others. I'd like to have the option of displaying them too. ‎· Ken Morley
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There is something magical about fishing lures. I don't fish all that often, but I can spend hours looking at them in the hardware store.
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Her: Well, you ARE a Pisces. Me: Ooh, shiny! ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 6
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Don’t feel bad, they are designed first and foremost to catch the apple of the fisher’s eye. ‎· Micah ‎· 5
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The first Incredibles movie was 13 years ago? How is this possible?
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The correct response to "I hate the rain" is "It's better than snow"
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That is all. ‎· Ken Morley
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I wish I could find more plant breeding opportunities out there. The ones I can find are near Guelph. ‎· Spidra Webster
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Jansen: "Honey, I want to retire early and build bamboo critters on the beach." Mrs. Jansen: "Hahaha, no." https://1funny.com/giant-wind-propelled-sculptures/
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They're so graceful! ‎· Eivind ‎· 1
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Incredible. I thought they were cgi at first. How does he get them to stop? ‎· MoTO Babycakes
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@barrywynn: Several of them seem to be pulling a handle. If not, I'm sure a decent tackle would take them down :) ‎· Eivind ‎· 2
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They stop when the sea breeze dies out. ‎· TODO: feathers ‎· 2
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Amateur science FTW!.
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But want I really want to know is... is the leaf blower connected to the blue bucket, and if so, why? ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 2
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Love me some Faraday. ‎· Meg Vmeg
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I haven't been to Long Beach in 40 years. I'm encouraged to see people are still constructing driftwood shelters on the beach.
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Long white beard, check... driftwood hermitage, check... now all I need is some good wisdom to impart. Any suggestions? I may need to reread some Tom Robbins. ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 2
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Siri just autocorrected "live edge" to "lie bitch" in a quick text to a potential customer. I may not get her business.
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oh ‎· MoTO Babycakes
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The text was referring to a table she wanted me to make with a natural wood edge. ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 2
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One annoying thing about my kids growing up, is that now I look weird going to Disney films by myself.
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Advantage is that no one ever sits in the seat next to me. ‎· Ken Morley ‎· 2
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Replacing plugs and wires in my 98 Saturn SL1: $35.35. Having plugs changed in my 08 Hyundai Santa Fe: $605.70.
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Granted, the Santa Fe has 2 more plugs. ‎· Ken Morley
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How many miles on the Saturn? ‎· Meg Vmeg
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It only had about 200,000 km (124,000 miles) when I got rid of it. It was a great little car... so easy to work on. ‎· Ken Morley
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Aw, I hoped you still had it. Our 1996 SL1 got to 150k or so. The absolute best. ‎· Meg Vmeg ‎· 1
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It's clearing up

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