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Thank You Fics Round 3 - Chapter 2 - sabrecmc - Marvel Cinematic Universe [Archive of Our Own]
After the events of Infinity War, Steve is sent back in time on a desperate mission to find the Tesseract. Instead, he meets up with 21-year old Tony, still reeling from his parents' deaths. Who, naturally, tries to climb Steve like a tree. Somehow, this fixes everything.
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Really excited to talk our experience moving 's infrastructure to at in a tal…
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RT : If you write an article about Paul Ryan and conclude anything other than "he is sad because he didn't get to hurt e…
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It's almost like Sanheim is really good and shouldn't be played so little.
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The dirty little secret about early retirement - Flannel Guy ROI
Here’s the dirty little secret you won’t hear too often in the early retirement community: income matters, A LOT. via Pocket
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The plot thickens… sounding more and more like someone external is putting on the pressure for Australia to act as…
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Of all of the 99 yard runs in the history of football... this one might be the most disrespectful
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Best Performance goes to Roger Clark as Arthur Morgan, Red Dead Redemption II
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Every time someone says “Trump did X, this should draw bipartisan outrage,” I feel like I’m watching Brendan Fraser…
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I know i just rewatched it the other day but why do i have trevors line about "for the aspersion, yes?" stuck in my…
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10 days ago by quicksilvre
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He still terrifies me and I don't even have a family hiding under my floorboards.
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10 days ago by evanwalsh
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So we all know Twitter is gonna come after queers and sex next right? Meanwhile, Tomi Disease Caravan will still ha…
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Must be nice to live in your head, where you can simply discount any source as being fake news when it…
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Don't make me come over there
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Every journalist should read Yochai Benkler's Network Propaganda book - which is even available for free…
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Every journalist should read Yochai Benkler's Network Propaganda book - which is even available for free…
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10 days ago by andriak
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That is exactly what is implied here. It certainly prompts some questions!
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10 days ago by charisse
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A blink came from the technician, trying to process the information that he desperately said.

❝I supp…
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"Please! Please! Oh, God, please don’t take my father away from me—take Jeb!"
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10 days ago by evanwalsh
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11 Product Management Insights from Product Next 2018. Number 6 - data is the new oil. And like oil, it has little…
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Art, Writing, and Destiel • Rock on, boys
is that Dean's car's name tattooed on his neck?

I can't decide which of these to use as the example
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10 days ago by prophetic
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So it looks like This American Life broke the story 2 years ago, when Dowless admitted it in front of the e…
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I was just talking to someone who works at an airline reservations desk and he says every Christmas day the phones…
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Since spending so much time up north again where the humidity is INSANE at the mo, I - a noted hater of summer - am…
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The holiday remix we didn’t know we needed
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Thanks for liking an tweet, Janny, appreciate it very much. RSNStats is stats and news for…
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Just wait until you see Luke Stocker's highlight, though
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RT : Recently I saw a post from tumblr user chlostars that noted “Hotline Bling” has the same syllables as the Christmas…
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Stress eats holes in your brain | Star Tribune
The frontal lobe has been identified as "the most critical to everyday functionality," Chapman said. "When you have the impact of stress, things that allow you to be successful will be impaired. You can't figure out how to juggle things, to set priorities."

That's one of four areas of the brain affected by stress. Robert Sapolsky of Stanford University calls the hippocampus "ground zero for stress doing damaging stuff."

"One definitely wants to have a functioning hippocampus," Sapolsky said. "It's all about learning and memory, the part blown out of the water by Alzheimer's disease. It's also the part that is most vulnerable to the effects of stress."

The definition and effects of stress differ. One person can shrug off what might totally undo another. Generally, stress is considered to come from a feeling of having no control.

"Most people are pretty insightful about whether they're stressed out," Eagleman said. "It's not an all-or-nothing thing. There are varying degrees. For some, their breath is shallow. With others, their muscles ache or their jaw hurts. ... It's important to read your body's signals, to figure out when you're having high levels of stress and structure ways to manage the stress."

When people do, they change, said Dr. Joel Holliner, a psychiatrist.

"When patients come in, we commonly see concentration problems, the inability to make decisions," said Holliner, chief of psychiatry at Medical City Dallas Hospital. "Over time as they get treatment, we see them significantly improve, to going from having memory deficits -- so many think they have dementia or Alzheimer's -- to having their memory totally back to normal. It's fantastic, absolutely."
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10 days ago by snearch
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Back in Charlotte after 5 days in Bladen County. Thank you for all the messages. I am truly overwhelmed. This photo…
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Extraordinary interview of North Carolina GOP exec. director by

Woodhouse, asked if…
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You want to be dissatisfied with every response and argue in bad faith. I post about political th…
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