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サルがストライキ 餌に不満 | 2018/11/8(木) 14:36 - Yahoo!ニュース
【サルがストライキ 餌に不満】

大分市の高崎山自然動物園にサルが現れなくなった。サル数の抑制のため餌を減らした園に、不満を募らせ山奥に引きこもったのが原因。7、8月の来園者は例年より計1万人以上も減った。
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JaVale dunked 232 times last 2 yrs. Cumulative +468. Started 37 games. Productive in Finals. Question was whether h…
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10 days ago by charisse
The Key to This Creamy, Thick Pesto? A Mortar and Pestle - The New York Times
Basil pesto, no food processor in sight.Throughout my time working in restaurants, I developed an illogical dread of some basic kitchen tasks. None of them — picking and chopping parsley, peeling and mincing garlic, browning pans of ground meat — were particularly difficult. via Pocket
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10 days ago by drewcaldwell
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RT : The irony of all these ‘iPads can’t replace your PC’ arguments is that for the great majority of people a smartphon…
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10 days ago by gaelicWizard
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this whole piece has resonated more with me than anything else i’ve read about yesterday.
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10 days ago by ichthyos
The Education Gap That Explains American Politics - The Atlantic
The gulf between the party identification of white voters with college degrees and those without is growing rapidly. Trump is widening it.
One of the most striking patterns in yesterday’s election was years in the making: a major partisan divide between white voters with a college degree and those without one.
According to exit polls, 61 percent of non-college-educated white voters cast their ballots for Republicans while just 45 percent of college-educated white voters did so. Meanwhile 53 percent of college-educated white voters cast their votes for Democrats compared with 37 percent of those without a degree.
The diploma divide, as it’s often called, is not occurring across the electorate; it is primarily a phenomenon among white voters. It’s an unprecedented divide, and is in fact a complete departure from the diploma divide of the past. Non-college-educated white voters used to solidly belong to Democrats, and college-educated white voters to Republicans. Several events over the past six decades have caused these allegiances to switch, the most recent being the candidacy, election, and presidency of Donald Trump.
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10 days ago by rgl7194
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One full day into savagely refactoring a large strongly-statically-typed codebase. Everything is broken and I still…
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10 days ago by purcell
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RT : Jeg har lige fået en mail fra . De fortæller mig at min faste månedlige støtte vil blive øget, med mi…
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If you’re not going to , you’re making a terrible mistake. Creative and hilarious talks, best folks, warm…
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After Protest, Booksellers Are Victorious Against Amazon Subsidiary - The New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — A worldwide strike by antiquarian booksellers against an Amazon subsidiary proved successful after two days, with the retailer apologizing and saying it would cancel the actions that prompted the protest.
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10 days ago by odelano
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SOMEONE WHO IS GOOD AT THE ECONOMY, PLEASE
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Global cooperation is essential to slowing climate change, futurist Gerd Leonhard reveals v…
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OMG, I have 1,000 followers! Thank you to everyone!
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This composite of images spaced some 5 to 9 days apart, from late April (bottom right) through November 5 (top left), traces the retrograde motion of ruddy-colored Mars through planet Earth's night sky. To connect the dots and dates in this 2018 Mars retrograde loop, just slide your cursor over the picture (and check out this animation). But Mars didn't actually reverse the direction of its orbit. Instead, the apparent backwards motion with respect to the background stars is a reflection of the motion of the Earth itself. Retrograde motion can be seen each time Earth overtakes and laps planets orbiting farther from the Sun, the Earth moving more rapidly through its own relatively close-in orbit. On July 27, Mars was near its favorable 2018 parihelic opposition, when Mars was closest to the Sun in its orbit while also opposite the Sun in Earth's sky. For that date, the frame used in this composite was taken during the total lunar eclipse. via NASA
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ok ok ok ..... i knooooooow you’ve been waiting so here it is: the mashed potato pizza at BAR in new haven might be…
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In times such as these, it is important to remember the nice things in life, such as uhh [looking around my apartme…
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[Item] Last Word - A sword hard won from a powerful revenant : UnearthedArcana
Without reading what the sword does mechanically, the name is basically already taken in DND, as this is named nearly identically to the Swords of Answering. The main one is "variously translated as The final Word" This must be a 10th sword of answering then with an alignment of lawful spooky.
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10 days ago by neverminding
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Science apparently makes dust.

This is amazing, you should watch it.
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10 days ago by nowthis
Mid-term election results: What it all means for Trump - BBC News
The Democrats have clawed their way back to a measure of power in the US federal government. The era of unified rule for Donald Trump and the Republicans is over.
Calling just two years an "era" may be a stretch, of course, but in the age of Trump even days and weeks can seem like an infinite and expanding series of news cycles.
For the duration of his presidency, Mr Trump has benefited from a friendly Congress - generally supportive of his words and deeds, accommodating of his policy priorities and deferential when it comes to oversight.
In two months, when the new Democratic-controlled House arrives in Washington, all that will change.
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10 days ago by rgl7194
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Trump is a disgusting, lying pig and his Administration is just a basket of deplorables.
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10 days ago by joseph
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En fri press greppas otillbörligt:
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10 days ago by kentlundgren
After Protest, Booksellers Are Victorious Against Amazon Subsidiary
Two days into a strike by antiquarian booksellers against the Amazon unit AbeBooks, the company capitulated.
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10 days ago by evansims
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Trump & GOP: We are maniacally burning everything to the ground, and stealing everything not down nailed to the flo…
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