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We went to USA for two weeks with just cabin baggage. We weren't short of anything.

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Taking the kiddo on the bus to get a haircut on Solano and then a late lunch at Saul’s
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❌ I wrote a blog.
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A young Nenet boy in Siberia plays in -30 degrees pic.twitter.com/ITtLLLBqVR

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Countries experiencing hyperinflation pic.twitter.com/OazAibgECR

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Damn, we should have showed up early w today. This is about as close as we could get to enjoying…
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u have been blessed by crop witch esten fav this photo for a bountiful harvest
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Broccoli is literally THE best food
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I stayed at the Airbnb in the screenshot (hey ). Air bed in somebodies apartment, back when Airbnb was real…
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RT : Tired: Jesus, take the wheel.

Wired:
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Today we sat on a bench in the shade and talked about her mother, who was a remarkable woman who had zero fear of l…
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It amuses me that conservatives who argue "a government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to…
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Nice shot of . 😎 I still remember recording a video testimonial for you and at SXSW, befor…
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“Unit Loads That Walk On Air,” 1962
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OH I SEE HOW IT IS YOU HIDE A BUTTPLUG SOMEWHERE AT DEFCON THEN SAY "THE FOX IS OUT OF THE BAG" because ok yes this…
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RT : More chilly Sunday morning Whizbangery under the Sydney Harbour Bridge!
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RT : More chilly Sunday morning Whizbangery under the Sydney Harbour Bridge!
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I made a thing for loading ES Modules built for the web in Node.js

Hopefully this will pu…
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Marvelous Beauty and Lifestyle Portrait Photography by Jayme João
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God bless Yo, MTV Raps! None of those songs were playing on any of the radio stations around here at the tim…
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I forget the exact application, but I remember being blown away when in physics:

They said a particular lin…
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Flight 370: nothing suspicious about pilot or first officer.
The simplest explanation doesn’t have evidence.
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RT : Fantastic thread, if you're a developer, it's worth a read.
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Haha that and also the good practices around the company where people actually do their pa…
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Nomic - Wikipedia
“Nomic is a game in which changing the rules is a move. In that respect it differs from almost every other game.”
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This is, as far as I can see, an immediate and ongoing genocide. We can't reasonably declare war on China, but can…
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When you were a child you also watched your father defend segregation and demonize MLK.

It's hardly surprising, th…
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An AMAZING group of Ph.D. students, museum staff, and faculty from around the US and Canada attended Smarthistory's…
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How to Walk Away - The Atlantic
“The costs to a person who does not know when to quit can be enormous. In economics it's known as sunk cost fallacy, though the costs are more than financial. While we recognize the fallacy almost immediately in others, it's harder to see in ourselves. Why?”

The sunk costs fallacy.
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