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Mike Nencetti
#SaturdayFF tomorrow I will have to socialize at multiple Super Bowl parties. Not thrilled about it, but I need to socialize. I find it helps.
What is it you're not thrilled about? The people, the sport, something else? - Mark H
The "how are you doing" stuff. - Mike Nencetti
Well, "My wife's ashes are on a shelf. not sure where I am taking them" no I'll just says i'm good. - Mike Nencetti
It's almost a social norm now. - Mark H
If you say "I'm good" ppl are then free to imagine where you are on a sliding scale of their own experience. Getting out and about is a good idea, and maybe all the talk of the sporting event will take the pressure off you. - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
The answer the people should hear is simply, "day by day". The people care. - Janet from FFHound!
^ - Marie
Mike, you don't have to decide to do anything with her ashes if you don't want to, or if you are not ready to. It's been 20 years and I still have my brother's ashes in the cabinet next to my bed. - April Russo
Thanks everyone. If I have not mentioned I am taking advantage of free counseling offered by Hospice. I go once a week. one on one session. - Mike Nencetti
That's great. - bentley
#SaturdayFF I can never eat at the Corner Bakery ( Here's why: when I worked at USC Med Library my commute would take me by the back entrance to the LA County Coroner's office. One day I happened to glance up as the Corner Bakery truck was backing out of the office driveway and I read the sign as Coroner Bakery. -fin-
"Try the priest..." - Lauren Potts from Android
Here we have a rare video from Kruger National Park in South Africa that doesn’t involve any blood, death, or mutterings of “that’s nature’s way.” A lioness had somehow gotten separated from her pride -for three days. She hid in the brush and sadly called out for them. Then on the third day, here they come down the road! She wants to make sure its her pride, but as soon as she recognizes them, the party is on. - Kristin from Bookmarklet
Watch out for those childrens! They're even more dangerous in plural plurals.
Watch out for those childrens! They're even more dangerous in plural plurals.
Mike Nencetti
I need to meet some of y'all this year. I've only met Friar Will.
y'all live too far away. I say y'all with my upstate ny accent. - Mike Nencetti
Someday! - Lauren Potts from Android
Come to Minnesota Fall along the Mississippi River is awesome - WarLord
Come to the Bay area and you'll be able to check quite a few Ffolk off your list. - Corinne L
Come to the UK!! - Marina's Godmother :-)
I do have relatives in SF, none in Minn, or the UK. - Mike Nencetti
But we are lovely, if not quite family ;-) - Marina's Godmother :-)
t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
here you go my lovelies... The Big Chop of 2015
Very cute! - Kirsten
Adorable! - vicster
Cute! <3 - Jennifer Dittrich
you are killing it. - MoTO: #TeamMarina
thanks y'all. I think it suits me. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
Oh, my. :) - Steven Perez
indeed it does, Ms. t. - MoTO: #TeamMarina
Imma married spud. Imma married spud. - Big Joe Silence from Android
So very cute! - Anne Bouey
So adorable!!!! - Janet from FFHound!
I love it. Sassy! - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Ooh! - Marie
sophisticated yet casual - how'd you do that? - Laura Norvig
it's in the eyes, I think. Something like: "come hither, but I brook no foolishness." - MoTO: #TeamMarina
Va va voom! - Spidra Webster
I seriously want to do the same. #offwiththehair - Yolanda from Android
Y'all are too kind. Thanks. I'm having fun with it. People be like 'you cut your hair?!' - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
You inspired me, I so much want to go drastic from my long lifeless style. - Janet
Welcome to Goodell World Read this before you watch the big game PLUS damn fine writing #mustread #SuperBowl
"...Here's a horrifying game you can play during this Sunday's Super Bowl and the nearly 12 hours of pre- and postgame content: count the number of times you hear some variation of "deflated balls" and compare that to the number of times during Super Bowls XLV or XLVII you heard the phrases "two-time accused rapist" or "accused co-conspirator in a double murder." Or just compare "deflated balls" to "brain damage." Then see if the first number dwarfs a combination of the last three by an order of magnitude. It will. ..." - WarLord
#wow just wow - WarLord
(Curtis) Alan Jackson
Well, this could be fairly exciting. Out of the blue, I got an email from a company looking to hire a NOC Manager for their expanding business. And more interestingly, they're looking for someone more process-oriented than technically-oriented. Which is good as the company specializes in SIP Trunking services which I had not heard of before...cont.
...that first email. Basically, they saw my resume and my background of former military and ITIL and thought it'd be worth contacting me. After a decently long initial conversion with their VP of Network Engineering and Operations it appears they're just at the point where they want to grow and need some middle management to assist in keeping the smart guys in line so the VPs can focus on the business side. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
So...I'll be heading into their office on Friday to have a chat with them in person. A chat that may last up to two hours. I'm about to become extremely familiar with VoIP and SIP Trunking in the next two days. Because while I don't know exactly what the hell they're doing, I know I can help them do it better. :) - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
That sounds like a great opportunity for you. Good luck! - Anika from Android
It's yet again another path divergent from my previous IT Management life but I'm actually interested in what they're doing and where they're going. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
Sweet. You totally got this. Let me know if you need an assistant. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Good luck! - Jenny H. from Android
Kick ass, caj :) - Brent Schaus from iPhone
awesome. VOIP, SIP - fairly complicated protocols, but fairly easy (imo) to learn the basics, as the data headers are a variant on email-style headers. The signaling and gateway stuff can get ugly underneath (we are, in fact, converting an old telephony model to the internet, so some things are *huh?*). When I was doing more VOIP, I set up a Asterisk box in my house, played with the PBX functionality, and used it to see how SIP operates. - Kevin Johnson
Kevin, I'm reading up on it to at least recognize the acronyms that might get used in the meeting. While the position is more a people/process wrangler, knowing at least how to talk the talk will be a good thing. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
Well, that was my first ever three hour interview (four people plus a nickel tour of the place). I think we're all in agreement of what the position is and what I'd be doing if hired. Now to see if they're going to meet my salary requirements. (It's in their range per the COO but it's up to the VP of the section hiring me.) - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
*crosses fingers* - Lauren Potts from Android
*crosses other people's toes* - Julian
ow, quit it, J. - Marie
Fingers crossed! - Anne Bouey
Spidra Webster
Secrets of the orchid mantis revealed – it doesn't mimic an orchid after all -
Secrets of the orchid mantis revealed – it doesn't mimic an orchid after all
Secrets of the orchid mantis revealed – it doesn't mimic an orchid after all
"In his 1879 account of wanderings in the Orient, the travel writer James Hingston describes how, in West Java, he was treated to a bizarre experience: I am taken by my kind host around his garden, and shown, among other things, a flower, a red orchid, that catches and feeds upon live flies. It seized upon a butterfly while I was present, and enclosed it in its pretty but deadly leaves, as a spider would have enveloped it in network. Orchid mantis: Hymenopus coronatus frupus, CC BY-NC What Hingston had seen was not a carnivorous orchid, as he thought. But the reality is no less weird or fascinating. He had seen – and been fooled by – an orchid mantis, Hymenopus coronatus, not a plant but an insect. We have known about orchid mantises for more than 100 years. Famous naturalists such as Alfred Russell Wallace have speculated about their extraordinary appearance. Eschewing the drab green or brown of most mantises, the orchid mantis is resplendent in white and pink. The upper parts of its... more... - Spidra Webster from Bookmarklet
Spidra Webster
Former garda damaged Bronze Age burial mound | Irish Examiner -
Former garda damaged Bronze Age burial mound | Irish Examiner
"A retired garda is likely to have “removed and disturbed human remains” when he damaged a Bronze Age burial mound in County Wicklow, a court has heard. Tony (also known as Thomas) Hand, aged 69, had denied interfering with the national monument at Carrig, Blessington, by taking stones from the protected site on the night of May 4, 2011. However following a week-long trial at Bray Circuit Court, he was convicted yesterday of criminal damage to the prehistoric stone circle. It took the jury just over three hours to return a majority guilty verdict of 10 to 2. Judge Gerard Griffin remanded Hand, with an address at Carrig, Blessington, on bail for sentencing on Friday, February 20. Archeologist Chris Corlett told the court he visited the site on May 6, 2011, and noticed obvious disturbances within the burial chamber and that stones had been recently dislodged and moved. “There is a strong likelihood that human remains had been removed and disturbed and that artifacts may have been... more... - Spidra Webster from Bookmarklet
#SaturdayFF (technically 7 minutes early, although it's an hour later just over the border so that works) Inspired by Zulema! I've only ever had original Skittles. I can't bring myself to try any of the other flavours.
Andrew C (✔)
How To Tell If You Are In A Soft Science Fiction Novel -
How To Tell If You Are In A Soft Science Fiction Novel
"Racism no longer exists now that all of humanity has banded together to speak English, vote democratically, adhere to 20th-century American social standards, and battle alien intruders in a thinly veiled metaphor for anti-immigration sentiment." - Andrew C (✔) from Bookmarklet
"There are Core people and there are Rim people. Core people wear silver, gender-neutral clothing and love fascism and artificial light. Rim people wear floor-length WWII-era trench coats and love modified libertarianism. These are the only two kinds of people. Plus there’s one ocean planet full of mermaids." - Andrew C (✔)
That moment when you discover your son didn't empty out his lunchbox on the last day of school... over six weeks ago. #gag #vom #fb
Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww - Kirsten
FOR SCIENCE! - Micah from FFHound!
That's when you look into how much a new lunchbox would cost. - bentley
I vividly remember "upstate NY clam chowder" left in a thermos over a weekend. I can't imagine what that would have been like after 6 weeks of summer heat. (for those wondering, it's a combo of half & half New England & Manhattan clam chowder...creamy tomato base) - April Russo
I believe someone found an orange in their locker when returning to work some weeks/months after the earthquakes. I'm so glad it wasn't me. - Deborah Fitchett
This was a Vegemite sandwich well-wrapped so it wasn't too bad. A bit fermented ;o) I left the lunchbox on the porch overnight and the smell was mostly gone this morning. Soaking it in disinfectant right now, then I'll wash it well with biological washing powder, and let it sit with bi-carb soda in it for a couple of days before finishing off with a wipe of vanilla! - Melly
Charcoal bricks would absorb the odor, too...and you'd still be able to use them in the barbeque, without it affecting the taste of your food. - April Russo
It smelt fine after the disinfectant, but I'm doing the washing powder etc just in case. - Melly
Just.... I want a 'so I pressed the red button' meme to utterly explode across the internet.
Stephen Mack
When our family moved to California from England in 1979 (when I was age 12), my brother Phil and I wanted to visit Santa's Village (in Scott's Valley, off Highway 17 on the way to Santa Cruz) more than any other place in the world. -
When our family moved to California from England in 1979 (when I was age 12), my brother Phil and I wanted to visit Santa's Village (in Scott's Valley, off Highway 17 on the way to Santa Cruz) more than any other place in the world.
(Image from a blog post by a woman named Wendy Lawton with her own recollections of visiting Santa's Village.) - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
My father had become tired of living in England, feeling that the tax rate had grown too high and the standard of living had grown too low. There was labor unrest (I recall nurses, taxicab drivers, and garbage collectors all being on strike at the same time) and my father wanted to move us to Silicon Valley. But the house he'd bought wasn't ready yet, so when we moved in the Summer of 1979, we rented an apartment in south San Jose, near Cottle Road. - Stephen Mack
At the time, there was a theme park not too far called Frontier Village.( There wasn't much to do for us in Summer -- my dad was working, we didn't know anyone, so my mother would take me and my brothers Phil and Rob and sister Jo to Frontier Village quite a bit, until we got sick of it. But we saw signs advertising Santa's Village. - Stephen Mack
The ads made the place look magical: Igloos and cabins and sleigh rides and reindeer and elves and mushroom houses and treehouses and snow. - Stephen Mack
We'd pester my mother endlessly to visit. But it was a long and hot summer, and my mother had zero interest in driving over the Santa Cruz mountains on highway 17 to visit the place. (She was always a bit of a nervous driver, and highway 17 had a deservedly awful reputation as a dangerous highway -- before it was upgraded, it was poorly graded, prone to closure due to rockslides, had [and still has] very windy turns, and was frequently shut down due to accidents.) - Stephen Mack
Occasionally we'd go to the beach in Santa Cruz when my mother was feeling brave enough, so we'd drive by the Village in Scotts Valley, catching brief glimpses of it from out the window. And it seemed like it was shut down -- we thought just for the Summer. - Stephen Mack
It got to the point where we'd built it up in our minds as being greater than Disney World, Sea World, Six Flags and Marine World all rolled into one. - Stephen Mack
Eventually our mother promised us a visit when it got closer to Christmas. - Stephen Mack
It became her go-to stick and carrot. "If you don't clean up your room right now, you can forget about Santa's Village." "Good job on that test. When we visit Santa's Village, you can have an extra reindeer ride." - Stephen Mack
And so then the fateful day in October was settled, and we all bundled up in our VW camper van (my mom always liked VW vans) for our visit. - Stephen Mack
We were all so excited it was indescribable. My youngest brother, Rob, was nearly carsick from the windy road. But we finally took the exit for Santa's Village (called, to this day, "SANTAS VILLAGE ROAD" on the exit sign) and drove into the parking lot. - Stephen Mack
The lot was deserted, but we attributed that to us being early (the flyer we had said it was open at 11, but we got there before 10:30). - Stephen Mack
The gates were padlocked. A sign, with the ink from the letters smeared and leaving trails of ink, said: SANTAS VILLAGE CLOSED FOR REMODEL REOPENING CHRISTMAS 1980 - Stephen Mack
We were heartbroken. - Stephen Mack
We hadn't thought to call ahead. - Stephen Mack
The world wide web was not even in an embryonic stage. So there was no web site to consult. - Stephen Mack
Dejectedly, we got back in the car and eventually settled on the steam train rides at Roaring Canyon in nearby Felton. - Stephen Mack
I don't think it's inaccurate to say I was in tears. - Stephen Mack
I never forgot that sign. Starting in November of 1980, a year later, at age 13, I began calling the phone number of the place to find out when it would re-open. - Stephen Mack
The recording on the phone number had few details ("Ho Ho Ho! You've reached Santa's Village. We are currently closed. Please leave your message for our elves after the beep.") And then one day, the number was disconnected. - Stephen Mack
We would hear rumors of remodels and transactions to re-open the place. - Stephen Mack
Every time we'd drive by, the igloos and mushroom buildings and cabins looked a bit more worn down. - Stephen Mack
By about 1985, when I graduated from high school, there was no longer much sign that there had been a theme park there. And honestly I don't think I really gave up on wanting to visit the place until about then. - Stephen Mack
It lives in my mind and heart today as a metaphor -- for longing, for a promise of enchantment, a broken promise. - Stephen Mack
But someday, I will take my children to Santa's Village. We will ride the sleigh ride. We will visit Santa. We will see elves making toys. We will climb the tree house to survey the snow-lined cabins. Christmas is eternal. Somewhere. Someday. Somehow. - Stephen Mack
-- fin -- - Stephen Mack
**claps** finally!! :) - Ken Gidley
I had the great pleasure of visiting Santa's Village several times as a child - but it was in the San Bernadino Mts in So. Cal., near Big Bear Lake. It shut down in 1998, but rumors of a resurrection exist: - Ken Gidley
I can understand how disappointing it must have been for you, Stephen. But can you imagine the disappointment in your parents seeing that sign and realizing the stick and carrot was gone? :) - Stephan from iPhone
Ken, wow, fascinating link, thanks -- maybe there is a chance I will one day take my kids to a Santa's Village. - Stephen Mack
Stephan, I'm sure you're right, but it's also balanced against the fact they never had to hear us beg for a visit anymore... :) - Stephen Mack
I'm in a Santa's Village Facebook group (also one for Frontier Village) and it's really cool to see members' old pictures of their visits. Someone even converted old home movies & posted them. I completely understand the longing you describe - it held a very similar thrall over me too, even when I was a teen living in Ben Lomond seeing the abandoned park every day, it felt like something on my childhood to-do list that I'd never gotten to check off. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
This was the completely opposite of our childhood. When we moved to CA, seeing the ads for Santa's Village freaked us out so much, it became a threat with my mother. "If you don't clean your room/eat your veggies/pass that test, I'm going to take you to Santa's Village!" - Anika
Anika: That's awesome. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
RT @tinysubversions: Bjork on the media having basically no concept of a female auteur. Great interview here:
RT @tinysubversions: Bjork on the media having basically no concept of a female auteur. Great interview here:
Morton Fox
Just heard someone order a coffee with SIX sugars. Wow.
Ali Yolcu
Fukaranın kaybolan eşeğini bulunca duyduğu eşsiz sevinçten daha az değil şimdi sevinçlerimiz...
I missed you all! - Brixie
hani nasıl beğendim nasıl beğendim anlatamam :) - banu eker
♥ ❤ ♥ ❤ ♥ ❤ ♥ ❤ ♥ - Brixie
Ne çok sevinçlerle bezenmiş bu feed ^^ - Sevinç from iPhone
Artsın hep hiç eksilmesin, Sevinçlerimiz... :) - Koleksiyoner Ali
Ayyy amin inşallah ali ;) - Sevinç from iPhone
RT @littlepowder: If any of these signs are true, you might not have a #gluten issue - via @skepticalraptor #coeliac #health #diet
RT @littlepowder: If any of these signs are true, you might not have a #gluten issue - via @skepticalraptor #coeliac #health #diet
I almost snorted a bit at the "beer is bottled gluten water" bit. That was one of the funniest arguments I've heard between someone who has a Crohn's specific wheat sensitivity and her son, who just could not grasp that wheat in beer was bad for her, because no, the alcohol does not "cancel out the gluten." - Jennifer Dittrich
Woman pays $164K per year to live on luxury cruise ship -
Woman pays $164K per year to live on luxury cruise ship
"Lee Wachtstetter, an 86-year-old Florida widow, took her daughter's advice. She sold her five-bedroom Fort Lauderdale-area home on 10 acres and became a permanent luxury cruise ship resident after her husband died. Mama Lee, as she's known aboard the 11-year-old Crystal Serenity, has been living on the 1,070-passenger vessel longer than most of its 655 crewmembers — nearly seven years." - rönin from Bookmarklet
I'm still failing to see how spending $14K/mo to live on a boat makes any sense. - Anika
Buffet is always open. - Eric - ill subliminal
If you've got the money (and that's the big caveat here), why sit in a house somewhere waiting out the rest of your years when you could travel, constantly meet new people and enjoy the luxuries of being cared for buy all the staff. - Johnny from iPhone
Wonder what kind of discount she gets (if any). - rönin
There's always a discount on cruises. - Eric - ill subliminal
If that's all-inclusive then it's not too terrible of a deal. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
@Anika, considering a higher end retirement community would require about 300K to be accepted and then have to pay 3k per month, I think she is using her money wisely. Insurance doesn't cover elder care until you typically need round the clock nursing care, then when your money runs out the Medicaid kicks in. - Janet
Well I finally had it with the pain and made an appointment to see about hip replacement the fun begins.
Hope it works out for you. - Anika
Me too! - Valz 4 TEAMMARINA
Ditto what Anika said. - MoTO: #TeamMarina
Could Kool-Aid Man Really Bust Through a Brick Wall? Science Finally Has an Answer | Adweek -
Could Kool-Aid Man Really Bust Through a Brick Wall? Science Finally Has an Answer | Adweek
"In short, the answer is: Yes, Kool-Aid man could, though he probably wouldn't feel too great afterwards. It turns out that scaling an ordinary pitcher up to six feet, then filling it with the correct amount of Kool-Aid would make Kool-Aid Man an 11,000-pound elephant-size beast with glass at least 3.6 inches thick. Even a creature made of ordinary glass would be able to break through a brick wall at that size by getting up to a run, but we don't actually know what kind of glass Kool-Aid Man is made from. Heck, he could be made from Pyrex. Nonetheless, the video explores how laminated glass (the bullet-proof stuff) would help him survive the inevitable surface cracks from his wall-breaking feats, but it doesn't cover fully tempered glass, heat-strengthened material or any of the many other glass varieties. Certainly, there's a materials scientist out there who could, with enough zeal, create the proper thickness, tempering and coating combination that would let Kool-Aid man break through more than just one wall." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
An unexpected visit at work from my wife and two-year old, can’t get any better than that! (They brought gifts too.)
I now have a coffee maker so I don't have to hop a mile to get coffee. I know my foot needs the exercise but this makes me happy. And lazy. And happy. - Stephan from iPhone
RT @alyankovic: What? No, these aren’t ALL the dates for the Mandatory World Tour - just the first 88 we could confirm!
RT @alyankovic: What? No, these aren’t ALL the dates for the Mandatory World Tour - just the first 88 we could confirm!
Merry Christmas everyone! ;-)
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Merry Christmas :) - Eivind
Merry Christmas. Amira! Thank you for sharing your gorgeous Christmas tree again. :-) - Maitani
Merry Christmas :) - jose manuel
Thank you! Merry Christmas Eivind, Maitani and Jose! :-) - Amira
Merry Christmas, Amira :-) - Sepi ⌘ سپی
Merry Christmas, Sepi! :-) - Amira
bellissimo, issimo - obe
I Finally Visited The Ice Caves In Iceland | Bored Panda -
I Finally Visited The Ice Caves In Iceland | Bored Panda
I Finally Visited The Ice Caves In Iceland | Bored Panda
I Finally Visited The Ice Caves In Iceland | Bored Panda
(Curtis) Alan Jackson
This was going to be a #SaturdayFF but seemed more like a Confession. (Plus it's now Sunday.) I'm terrible at relationships. And I don't only mean the romantic kind. I've never felt like I was able to be a good friend. I feel I'm overly self-centered as I sometimes have a "sucks to be you" instead of "how can I help" response...cont. people who want or may need my support. I'm terribly non-empathic and realize I just don't know how to respond to folks going through bad times. "Hugs" and "Thinking of you" just seem like words and I don't know how that could be supportive. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
I mean, I'm not a complete jerk. (At least I hope not.) I just don't know how to connect, or better yet, convey to people that I do have concern and caring for them. At least without feeling like I'm only spouting off platitudes instead of more substantial support. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
Having met you in person, I would say that you are not a complete jerk. In fact, you have approximately zero percent jerkiness going on. So there. - Jim #teamFFrank
at 41 I know I'm still learning at how to be good - or even ok - at all kinds of relationships. I have used very similar words to what yours about myself, especially the feeling of spouting off platitudes. And yet, I'm getting better at it and it's coming more easily, even if it doesn't feel natural yet. And yet, after the last year, I'm realizing that sometimes just knowing someone is there helps tremendously, even if there's nothing they can do. - ellbeecee
Thanks, Jim. People outside your head tend to have a better viewpoint. :) - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
ellbeecee, I guess all we can do is try and perhaps the effort is thing that matters. I don't think we need to know for sure it helps, we just need to know for sure we're trying. :D - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
This is belated, but Jim writes truth. There was no jerkiness in sight! - Lauren Potts from Android
I totally understand the reluctance to offer, "hugs" or other words on social media, for fear they have such little meaning when not delivered in person. I often choose no response over one that I fear is empty. And then in person, it's not easy to say words of support either (although I'm capable of giving a real hug). - Laura Norvig
I'm a terrible fan, my Pats sweatshirt is in the wash.
Your sweatshirt is more than a year old, worn in everyday life so it's needs washing and has been worn when they don't win. You're good. - Johnny
Don't tell my dad. lol - Heather
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Watch These "Face Hackers" Use Projectors To Modify Their Faces In Real Time via @techcrunch
Watch These "Face Hackers" Use Projectors To Modify Their Faces In Real Time via @techcrunch
So, news: I'm now the TV editor for FreakSugar. :)
I've never been an editor before. :) - Jed from iPhone
Rock on! - Corinne L
Yay! - Yolanda
Congrats! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
I've been saying that FreakSugar has been lacking representation in the transvestite community for such a long time. This is welcome news. - Mark H
@Mark H - :) - Jed from iPhone
Thanks everyone! - Jed from iPhone
Congratulations! - MoTO: #TeamMarina from Android
Woo hoo! - Soup in a TARDIS
Congratulations, Jed! - Stephan from iPhone
\o/ Congrats! :) - AHnix (Anna Haro)
Woo-hoo! - bentley
Congratulations! - Jenny H. from Android
Thanks, everyone! I'm pretty pumped! - Jed from iPhone
woot and congrats! - Sir Shuping is just sir
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