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Niye balik sevmiyormusun .. - Betül Aydın from Android
lafın gelişi yahu. gif anlam kazansın diye yazdım. yoksa severim yemesini - cgds tatilde
Sazan :)) ehuhe - Betül Aydın from Android
yalnız o balığı Anadolu kavağında yiyeceksin... misss - hasanrs
Herkes anadolu kavağını övüyor diye askerdeyken bi kere gidip yemiştim ve sonuç: büyük hayal kırıklığı. Siz bir de egeye gelip herhangi bir yerde balık yiyin ondan sonra konuşalım. - Aquacultural from Android
Ege ile istanbulun karadeniz kıyısında olan bir yeri karşılaştırmak mantıklı değil... - hasanrs
tatlı su balığı ile deniz balığını karşılaştırmak tamamen yanlış zaten. tatlı su balığı ne lan tatsız tuzsuz öyle - cgds tatilde
Kavakta da deniz balığı var ama format farklı... Bizim kışın yediğimiz hamsi ile sizin yazın yediğiniz çupra nın yeri ayrı... - hasanrs
ocak yada şubat ayında hamsi ve kalkan yemiştim de beğenmemiştim. bir de alkolsüz balık restaurantları çok komiğime gitmişti. mundar ediyorlar güzelim balıkları. - Aquacultural
Kavakta alkollü rest var ama... - hasanrs
Var da "restaurantımız alkolsüzdür" diye yazı yazan da var baya. - Aquacultural from Android
Doğru toplasan alkollü 4-5 yer çıkar. - hasanrs
İzmirde alkolsüz balık restaurantı açsan sinek avlar ama orada doluydu baya. - Aquacultural from Android
şimdi küçük balık küçük balığımı yedi ne oldu gif de? - antabus
Gif: balığın zokayı yutması - Aquacultural from Android
gidişi muhteşem oldu, o son havası çok iyiydi, arkasından çok konuşulacak - Garga Bruno
rönin
Airbus files patent for saddle seats on planes - CNN.com - http://us.cnn.com/2014...
Airbus files patent for saddle seats on planes - CNN.com
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This can't be a good sign... - rönin from Bookmarklet
Mop? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Add in some padded straps, and this turns into a theme park ride. - Joe
That pairs really well with this video of a 787 doing some demonstrations at an airshow last week: http://www.youtube.com/watch... - Brian Johns
try sitting on that for 14 hours over the Pacific ocean. they should install these in First Class. - Big Joe Silence
might as well make you pedal, too! - Big Joe Silence
Oh hell no. - Jenny H. from Android
"It says the saddle format will accommodate four seats into a space previously occupied by three." - but unless they did some magic with the already over capacity overhead compartments... - Andrew C (✔)
ask me again if i think the airlines actually give a damn about overhead compartment capacity or even passenger safety. they only care about liability and profit. - Big Joe Silence
Stephen Mack
I cook pretty much the exact same thing every Sunday after the Mountain View farmer's market trip: Soy-sauce-marinated baked chicken, steamed broccoli, stir-fried oyster mushrooms, and corn if it's in season. We often pick up a pie as well.
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We'd love to have you and your wife over, Prof. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Oh and tonight I made an heirloom tomato and basil salad, too. But the kids don't touch that, so it was just for my brother-in-law and me. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Sounds like a meal worthy of repetition. :) - Jenny H. from Android
TxVoodoo
RT @RexHuppke: God, grant me the serenity to yell at immigrant children, the courage to still say I'm a Christian, and the ignorance to not get the irony.
peiman
این عالیه. تو بازار ایران یکی دو نوع هست که رو میزی هستش و به درد نمیخوره. https://twitter.com/peiman...
این عالیه. تو بازار ایران یکی دو نوع هست که رو میزی هستش و به درد نمیخوره. http://t.co/PdL4g4CFok
من من ...باید بگیرم ... - هانا
منم میخوام - اردویسور from iPhone
من نمی‌خوام. شرمنده. :دی - بافومه
COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
OK, that's my favorite. - Jennifer Dittrich
They're all pretty brilliant. What a great hash tag. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE from WinForFeed
I wonder which movie scenes would be improved by this. - John (bird whisperer)
The Matthew Broderick version of Godzilla might've been more palatable. - Jennifer Dittrich
sashti
تو آمستردام نشسته بودم داشتم از آبجوم لذت میبردم که یهو کلی پلیس ریختن و بعدش هم سر و کله این وحشی ها پیدا شد
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داعش شاخه هلند - sashti from Android
آینده فرستادشون به سمت تو - pirzad javani
ساشتی :)))) - پیروز
پی نوشت: میل پرچم عربستان توی کس ننه ی حاملش. - دودوزه
باید بگی حمالش - Foska
نمیخوام به این شغل شریف توهین کنم. - دودوزه
کلونی میکروب در قلب اروپا - Siavash
جالبه هنوز تو ایران تظاهرات نشده. هنوز منتظر روز قدس هستن فکر کنم. تو عربستان هم شده؟ - Foska
حالا برسم خونه فیلم وحشی بازیشون رو براتون میزارم - sashti from Android
باید همون جا دورشون رو می بستن و همه شون رو سوار اتوبوس می کردن و می بردن فرودگاه. اولین پرواز به مقصد قعر اقیانوس - بــ↑لا - پــ↓یین
چی شده ,عربستان تو چیز ننه کی پرچم زده؟ - Pun1shm3nt
من توایران دهنم سرویس میشه یه ناهار بخورم و روزه خواری کنم اونوقت این کوشتکوبا چجوری رفتن هلند؟؟من بایدم برم هلند.... اما نه دائمی دلم تنگ میشه واسه روزه خواری و این چیزا :) - ابو داروین
هر چی دزد و قاچاقچی و مجرم سابقه دار بود, تو صف اول این تظاهرات بود. ردیف های آخر رو چپول های هلندی تشکیل میدادن که متمدنانه شعار میدادند اما جلویی ها دزد و دغل های سابقه دار بودن - sashti
:))) - Judi Abot
دنیا رو گرفتن . حکومت مستضعفین بر جهان - Judi Abot
الان فیلمش رو میذارم ببینید که چطور پلیس هلند پوز یکیشون رو که پررو بازی درمیآورد رو اول با اسپری فلفل سوزوند و بعد به خاک مالید - sashti
ابوداروین باور کن دلم میسوزه وقتی که میبینم که بچه های با لیاقت و با شعور ایرانی باید تو جهنم اسلامی ایران بمونن و به جاش این انگل های بی خاصیت دسته دسته به اروپا صادر میشن تا اینجا رو هم به همون طویله ای تبدیل کنن که ازش فرار کردن - sashti
جایی تو دنیا مونده که اینها به گند نکشیده باشن؟ :| - آریــوبرزن
دفه بعد که میخوای آبجو بخوری فک کنم خود داعش میریزه تو خیابون‌های آمستردام :)) - سام.کیا from FFHound(roid)!
Me
Me
James Garner dead at 86: Legendary TV and film actor passes away in California - NY Daily News - http://www.nydailynews.com/enterta...
James Garner dead at 86: Legendary TV and film actor passes away in California - NY Daily News
"Actor James Garner, whose whimsical style in the 1950s TV Western "Maverick" led to a stellar career in TV and films such as "The Rockford Files" and his Oscar-nominated "Murphy's Romance," has died, police said. He was 86." - Me from Bookmarklet
:( - Me
:( - Steven Perez from Android
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RT @whirringblender: A fun game to play in the shower is to add "Harry Potter and the" to all your bath products. "Harry Potter and the Revitalizing Shower Gel"
Harry Potter and the case of original Irish Spring bar soap. ;) - CarlC from Android
Harry Potter and the Mach 3 Razor. Hm. Somewhat less... innocent. - RepoRat
Harry Potter and the Leaping Luffa - Steve C
Harry Potter and the Tube of Toothpaste. - John (bird whisperer)
In the old Doctor Who days, people made fun of The [whatever] of Rassilon that kept cropping up in the show. The fan winner was The Pink and Purple Polka Dot Pajamas of Rassilon. - Betsy
lol-ing at Leaping Luffa. That might become my new expression. Leaping Luffa! - Betsy
Harry Potter and Yes! to carrots. - ellbeecee
Harry Potter and the Pumice Stone. - Lisa L. Seifert from iPhone
(I didn't realize this was a bumped post and I was thinking, Hey, I should post about Rassilon's pajamas and then I saw someone did and then I saw it was me from two years ago.) - Betsy
Harry Potter and the Scrubbing Bubbles! - LB's 6pm Name Change from Android
Harry Potter and the Lush Bohemian ( It's soap. yah yah, I'm like my artisinal soaps... bring me your goat's milk soap, your lemon scented small batch stuff...) - Hedgehog
Harry Potter and the Shower Comb. - Lisa L. Seifert from iPhone
Harry Potter and the Squeegee of Despair - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
Harry Potter and the Blue Shampoo for Silver Hair. - Jim: with more caffeine!
Harry Potter and the Argan Oil of Morocco. - Lisa L. Seifert from iPhone
Harry Potter and the Odor Neutralizing Hand Soap with Citrus Extracts - LB's 6pm Name Change from Android
Harry Potter and the Disposable Vinyl Gloves - Greg GuitarBuster
Harry Potter and the Sensual Massage Oil: Who the Hell Left This in the Shower? - Lola Bean (Penguin) from iPhone
Harry Potter and the Bath Spider - Slippy: Paused
Harry Potter and The Purology Pair. - Janet from FFHound!
Harry Potter and The Strawberry Smoother. - Melly
Todd Hoff
Has anyone here experimented with Transcranial direct-current stimulation?
Glad you asked. A drinkin buddy of mine brought this up the other night and we're very tempted to. We need a skull map though. Or a neuroscientist consultant. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
No, but I'm interested. Over 10 years ago, Melinda was seeing a psychologist involved with neuro-bio-feedback, who was mapping her brainwaves. Unfortunately, she moved away from the area. - Greg GuitarBuster
I have some friends who have experimented with it -- with interesting and good results, according to them. - Sean McBride
My brain seems quite interested in its own continued survival, so I'm, or should I say my brain, is hesitant to do these kind of things on the off chance it my turn its little grey cells to goo. - Todd Hoff
Maitani
On Wittgenstein and Rorty - Shunya's Notes - http://blog.shunya.net/shunyas...
On Wittgenstein and Rorty - Shunya's Notes
On Wittgenstein and Rorty - Shunya's Notes
"Here are two wonderful essays I found in the archives of Prospect Magazine. The first essay, from 1999, is by Ray Monk, British philosopher and biographer of Wittgenstein, who Monk calls "the greatest philosopher of [the 20th] century". In it, Monk explores why "At a time like this, when the humanities are institutionally obliged to pretend to be sciences, we need more than ever the lessons about understanding that Wittgenstein—and the arts—have to teach us." (Also check out Wittgenstein, a quirky-brilliant film by Derek Jarman.)" - Maitani from Bookmarklet
"The second essay, from 2003, is by British philosopher Simon Blackburn, and is an extraordinary exposition of the life and mind of Richard Rorty, a pragmatist philosopher who Blackburn calls "arguably the most influential philosopher of our time."" - Maitani
Ken Morley
The yeast is bubbling away nicely! #plumwineproject
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I added sultana raisins to help with the body and also some strong tea to increase the tannins. I hope I didn't overdo it. - Ken Morley
If I end up with crappy wine, I figure I can always turn it into brandy. In fact part of me is hoping it fails, because I'd really like to build one of these :) http://homedistiller.org/forum... - Ken Morley
Some friends have said they're having an open house over Christmas this year but that everyone's got to bring something homemade. This is partly because they've bought a cider press and want to make some. We've just started some strawberry wine to take around. It's the first time we've done this in maybe five years and we've decided to play around with the sugars, mixing dark and light muscovado with some golden sugar. We think it should be approaching a sweet sherry by Christmas. - Mark H
I can see how a hobbyist can really get into wine making, as there seems to be an infinite number of parameters you can adjust to produce the perfect vintage. :) But the feedback loop can be a little on the long side. Most of my plum wine sources are recommending 6 months - 2 years before consuming! I may need to sample sooner. :) - Ken Morley
In the past we've always used the "can you see your hand through the other side of the demijohn?" method to tell when the wine was done. But because we're impatient it's not been unheard of for us to have a "glass of cloudy" every now and then too. - Mark H
That's a good method! I've put on enough for 50 bottles, so if I end up sampling frequently I should still have a few left to age for a year or two. :) - Ken Morley
Steve C
If you hypothetically don't know too many nursery rhymes 80's songs work in a pinch. Just replace a few words with baby terms. This mornings example: Safety Dance - replace "dance" with "poop" or "toot" and it instantly helps soothe the baby.
And yes we have a gassy baby :) - Steve C
"Gassy Baby" could be an '80s hit today. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Kevin Fox
Sometimes while playing Candy Crush I imagine a commentator quietly discussing my strategy like they do in billiards tournaments.
I used to do the same thing when I played Tetris. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Starmama
Sad about James Garner passing. He was my mom's most enduring celebrity crush, & we watched Rockford Files & Maverick reruns together all the time. He really seemed like one of the Good Guys, too. RIP
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Anne Bouey
What Happens When Pieces Of Street Art Cleverly Interact With Nature - The Meta Picture - http://themetapicture.com/what-ha...
What Happens When Pieces Of Street Art Cleverly Interact With Nature - The Meta Picture
What Happens When Pieces Of Street Art Cleverly Interact With Nature - The Meta Picture
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"Urbanism and nature do not always get along well, but when they do, the collaboration may create something really special and unique." - Anne Bouey from Bookmarklet
Todd Hoff
Do Parkinson's drugs make people more CREATIVE? Pills that increase dopamine levels may improve artistic abilities | Mail Online - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/science...
Do Parkinson's drugs make people more CREATIVE? Pills that increase dopamine levels may improve artistic abilities | Mail Online
"Parkinson's experts have been noticing a remarkable phenomenon – some of their patients have developed impressive creative talents. The link between Parkinson’s and artistic abilities was brought to the attention of the world two years ago by Professor Rivka Inzelberg of Tel Aviv University in Israel. Now she has completed the first empirical study to verify a link between Parkinson’s disease and creativity, which the study suggests may be down to drugs used to treat the disease." - Todd Hoff from Bookmarklet
Melinda takes Carbidopa-Levodopa for her cerebral palsy. - Greg GuitarBuster
I recall dopamine being a highly recommended smart drug. Does Melinda notice any increased creativity? - Todd Hoff
I haven't noticed it, but I'll ask her if she thinks it's affected her creativity. It's made a huge difference in her motor reflexes. - Greg GuitarBuster
That's great. - Todd Hoff
Bluesun 2600
"Roger Ebert loved movies. Except for those he hated. For a film with a daring director, a talented cast, a captivating plot or, ideally, all three, there could be no better advocate than Roger Ebert, who passionately celebrated and promoted excellence in film while deflating the awful, the derivative, or the merely mediocre with an observant eye, a sharp wit and a depth of knowledge that delighted his millions of readers and viewers. “No good film is too long,” he once wrote, a sentiment he felt strongly enough about to have engraved on pens. “No bad movie is short enough.”" - Bluesun 2600 from Bookmarklet
damn. - Big Joe Silence
What I appreciated about him was that he not only wasn't afraid to have a strong opinion, he also had the willingness to admit that his opinions could change over time and that his initial impressions of something might evolve. His view of GroundHog day was one example. He hated it at first but then came to regard it as a great movie. - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
Sepi ⌘ سپی
FIFA World Cup 2014 stadiums photographed by Leonardo Finotti - http://www.dezeen.com/2014...
FIFA World Cup 2014 stadiums photographed by Leonardo Finotti
FIFA World Cup 2014 stadiums photographed by Leonardo Finotti
Arena das Dunas, Natal –-- Beira Rio Stedium, Porto Alegre –-- Minerão Stadium, Belo Horizonte --- Arena Pantanal, Ciuabá --- Castelão Stadium, Fortaleza - Sepi ⌘ سپی from Bookmarklet
like - Prometheus
Derrick
I say good day, sir.
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Derrick :) - Pete
Well, hello, good-looking! - Kisha
OMG CUTE! *hugs the D* - Soup in a TARDIS
lookitchoo. :) - holly #ravingfangirl
With a bow tie. You fancy. - Kristin
Good day. - John (bird whisperer)
*waves* - Kirsten
Nicely played, sir. - Ha3rvey (on hiatus)
Cheerio! - tab from BuddyFeed
eww, a well dressed man - chaz2b
Pip pip and all that, what? ~Bertie Wooster (I think. I mean, I'm sure he said this at some point.) - Dan: Bibrarian
ohWell good day to you too Sir ! - Peter Dawson
win! - maʀtha
Well, damn. - Alix May
Oh hay! - Fossil Huntress
supa)) - cat
Me
Me
No Extroverts on Mars, Please - http://io9.com/no-extr...
No Extroverts on Mars, Please
"A NASA-funded study has found that there might be serious drawbacks to having a bunch of extroverts on a long space missions. Finally, a win for the introverts. DePaul University professor Suzanne Bell and her researchers reviewed the research on teams in situations that are close to what an astronaut team might find on a mission to Mars, including the over-100-day simulated missions and isolated teams in Antarctica. Bell said that usually extroverts are good on teams because their tendency to speak up and engage with others makes planning easier. She added that because extroverts are outgoing, they know more about their teammates — their strengths and weaknesses. That helps team coordination." - Me from Bookmarklet
The title of the i09 article is (typically for them) rather misleading. The source article also points out that a team composed entirely of introverts would be problematic as well. - Soup in a TARDIS
It makes sense that you'd need a mix of personalities - and ways to resolve the conflicts between them. It isn't like you can easily be totally alone, or with lots or new people, so both groups are going to be out of their comfort zone socially for large portions of the trip. - Jennifer Dittrich
Amir
Fwd: 24 Stunning Photos Of China's College Entrance Exams - Business Insider - http://www.businessinsider.com/24-stun... (via http://friendfeed.com/justduc...)
Fwd: 24 Stunning Photos Of China's College Entrance Exams - Business Insider - http://www.businessinsider.com/24-stunning-photos-of-chinas-college-entrance-exams-2014-6?utm_content=buffer72987&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer (via http://ff.im/1iBv82)
رونوشت به آقای کیمیاگر ، آقای گیلداد ، آقای مایری و اردویسور جان - Primavera
چقدر عالی بود.عالی/ تقلّب هاشون رو بگو :)) - Primavera
مرسی پریم اورا :) - اردویسور from iPhone
اینجا رو :) - امیر
Victor Ganata
I realize most steampunk is really fantasy, but has anyone ever written a story set in a millieu with a backstory where Babbage *did* build his difference engine and the information revolution started a century early, but the plot is actually set in the 21st century of this alternate history?
Yeah, isn't that pretty much this? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Oh, you want one like that but set 200 years later. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Yup. One of the foundational texts of steampunk is exactly as you described it. - DJF from Android
Yeah, has anyone ever looked at how would a steampunk world evolve over a century and a half? - Victor Ganata
To be fair, the only two books I've read where the steampunk label might actually apply is *The Difference Engine* and Neal Stephenson's *The Diamond Age*. Although China Miéville's Bas-Lag millieu is pretty steampunkish, but he also makes it clear that it's weird fantasy. - Victor Ganata
According to video games, a century and a half later, we get wizards, orcs and magic swords somehow. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
That makes sense, I guess. With steam-valve driven computers, a lot of other scientific discoveries would've probably been accelerated (imagine if Einstein had access to a home Difference Engine) and the nuclear age would've come earlier as well, and from there it's just a hop, skip, and a jump to a radioactive post-apocalyptic setting that creates mutants and unlocks magical powers. - Victor Ganata
I think the very first depiction of steampunk I was ever exposed to was Final Fantasy, which was pretty much a post-apocalyptic setting with goblins and magic and lost technology like airships and mecha, although I guess Final Fantasy VI was the more fully realized epitome of this, and even included trains and mechanized castles. - Victor Ganata
There's a steampunk "Canon" of sorts? What text should I start with? - Brian Johns
Andrew C (✔)
The superfluous 'u' in British spelling looks awfully expensive on a 140 char budget.
Irony: Using the word "Superfluous" when bemoaning perceived excessive use of the letter "u" - Slippy: Paused
... d'oh? Wait, no, I meant to do that! (no, I didn't.) - Andrew C (✔)
Dude, a simple tip of the hat and you'd have been free and clear under the rules of "seeing what you did there". Oh....wait....oh, you tricky blighter. - Slippy: Paused
Can I buy a vowel? Where is the ebay of buying and selling letters of note? - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Arbitrage between Hawaii and Eastern Europe for vowels and consonants! - Andrew C (✔)
Steven Perez
w00t! It's Friday! w00t! :) - Steven Perez from Bookmarklet
lick it good Mr. B... - MAMA VAL#GOSCARLETTGO
Hey, Val. :) - Steven Perez
Starmama
Latino men on my block, married & single, get up early & work all day, even weekends. I think they're all home today yelling at soccer on TV
Sounds like my neighborhood. Usually, all the cars are gone. Today, they're all home. Same with the Asian families. I think Adrian is the only dude on my street who went to work today. - Anika
A lot of dudes are wearing jerseys & the portly ones are especially cute. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Ken Morley
Are you a “super-forecaster"? - http://www.bbc.com/future...
Are you a “super-forecaster"?
"A small group of people have a surprising knack for correctly predicting the course of world events – and you could be one of them, says David Robson. " - Ken Morley from Bookmarklet
"One of the main aims was to see whether certain forecasters were consistently good. So after one year Tetlock checked the results of more than 2,000 participants and siphoned off the top 2% – the so called “super forecasters”, who then formed teams for the rest of the tournament. At the end of the second year, their performance was up to four times more accurate than other participants." - Ken Morley
"As you might expect, these elite forecasters tended to score better on measures of intelligence than the other participants. But they all shared one other trait too: open-mindedness. In everyday life, open-mindedness may be mistaken for having liberal political views, but in psychology it is thought to reflect how well you deal with uncertainty. Crucially, open-minded people tend to be... more... - Ken Morley
"Research suggests that you could come to more accurate predictions if you instead take a step back and simply look at past historical data. So in the case of Mugabe, you might consider how long the average dictator clings to power, before refining your estimate. Other strategies were aimed at reducing known cognitive biases. For instance, research has shown people tend to make better... more... - Ken Morley
"Tetlock is also looking into ways to exploit the forecasters’ collective intelligence. Many psychologists believe that experts working in teams perform worse than those working individually, since they soon become “yes men” who reinforce each other’s biases. “It becomes the madness of the crowds,” says Tetlock. But with some training on how to critique others’ views, and respond... more... - Ken Morley
Victor Ganata
Even though I don't know much about soccer, I kind of wish I could take a vacation and go to a bar to watch all the games and start drinking at 9 am.
Football is 99% passion/feels. You don't really need to know the rules, just passionately yell about "the worst injustice in history" when a decision goes against your team. - Johnny from iPhone
I've loved football since I was born. I pretty much know all the rules etc but I don't care. Football isn't about logic. It's about love, art, passion, feeling, rawness, blood, tears, joy, fear, insane beauty and heroes and villains. Check your logical brain with your hat and just get swept up in it. - Johnny from iPhone
Oh, I do enjoy watching the game, but I'm still trying to figure out the terminology and the tactics and the strategies, and I know nothing about the teams and the players and the rivalries and the histories. Though, as you say, I suppose I don't really need to know any of that to enjoy watching the games and having a few drinks :D - Victor Ganata
Victor Ganata
Sure, it's superstition, but a Friday the 13th converging with a full moon is sure to make ER docs wary :D
Hoooowwwwllllll! - Jenny H. from Android
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