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The History Of The English Language In One Chart -
The History Of The English Language In One Chart
"Lantz's diagram is also fascinating in that it beautifully illustrates how cultural injections influence the evolution of language. For English, this ranged from the Viking and Norman invasions through to the Renaissance mixing and empiric imports, such as Hindi and Arabic." - Nils Sandin from Bookmarklet
One of the leading photographers of the past century, Shirley Baker, sadly died towards the end of September. Here Tom Gillmor, of the Mary Evans Picture Library, who are guardians of her archive, pays tribute to her work. - Halil from Bookmarklet
Extra: Shirley had an illustrious career spanning five decades working in industrial photography and freelance writing. Her poignant images of the brutalities of growing up in 1960s' Manchester poverty are particularly disarming, and her ability to capture spontaneous moments of happiness and sadness touched many not only in the city, but across the globe. - Halil
A Beautiful Glimpse Into The 'Hidden World' Of Young Muslim Women In China -
A Beautiful Glimpse Into The 'Hidden World' Of Young Muslim Women In China
A Beautiful Glimpse Into The 'Hidden World' Of Young Muslim Women In China
"Through her series, Marchi documents the daily lives of young women navigating the ins and outs of a Muslim identity in contemporary China. The project began with the experiences of Ding Lan -- Fatimah is her Muslim name -- a 22-year-old whom the artist met in Cairo, Egypt. "Many young Muslim students move from their country to Egypt to learn about Islam," Marchi explains in a statement. "They are Muslim -- but they do not know much about this religion. Once in Egypt they discover it through the study of Arabic, the Koran, and through life in Cairo." Marchi has spent the last two years exploring this "hidden world" of devotees. Young Chinese Muslims who, like Ding Lan, traveled to Cairo to attend Al Azhar, a world renowned Islamic institution that is famously free. The haven attracts many students; among them, 20 to 25-year-old women who identify as Huizu, a Muslim minority in China, and hail from regions like Xinjiang, Qinghai, Gansu, Ningxia or Henan. Henan is where Ding Lan lives, and where much of Marchi's series takes place." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
"According to research by the US-based Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, over 23 million individuals in China identified as Muslim as of 2010 -- amounting to 1.8% of the country's population. The number is expected to rise to nearly 30 million by the year 2030." - Jessie
"who identify as Huizu, a Muslim minority in China, and hail from regions like Xinjiang". I wish they were a little more clear that Huizu != Uighur, which I think is what most Muslims in Xinjiang are, but aside from that I like the photos. - Jessie
Andrew C (✔)
In hindsight, we should have pitched FF to our friends as "beautiful and ad free".
We still can. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Also, I think FF and Ello are both behind for not having native phone apps. FF, well, it was designed slightly before the smartphone era and acquired by FB before smartphones became so dominant. Ello, ... Ello feels like a boutique product that doesn't fit anyone but its own designers that well. - Andrew C (✔)
And of course FF now has one problem that Ello doesn't. Both may be ad-free, but I think the point of people who tried/are trying to move from FB to Ello is that they are fleeing FB, and well, FF is owned by FB. - Andrew C (✔)
One of the features that would be a good sell but is broken is the Twitter integration. In a fit of pique, I took my Twitter account off. When I tried to re-add it, it didn't work. I just realized it would be great if I had favorites coming in because Twitter's own interface makes it difficult to search through favorites (which I use like bookmarking). - Spidra Webster
Perhaps with a big enough uptick in traffic we could prompt FB to rebrand FF as FB's answer to Ello. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
I think they would just shut it off if it got too busy. There is no hope that FB will revive FF. None. - Eric - It's My Thing
Coke still runs Diet Coke in addition to Coke Zero. (and also TAB in addition to Diet Coke... and Coke Zero.) Sometimes it pays to have multiple brands. Or see also Old Navy/Gap/Banana Republic. Or more relevant, FB and Instagram. - Andrew C (✔)
I can't believe we're still having a conversation about FF as an ongoing network maintained with new features. It's not going to happen! - Eric - It's My Thing
History has shown that nothing seems to be able to stop us. We've all been forgotten about, switched off, you name it. FF - still here! - Iain Baker
Listen, I love this place. You know that. But let's not fool ourselves. It's nice, but attempting to grow it won't change what has already happened and how we just keep on with the help on FB engineers in their spare time. Do I wish they could bring it back? Sure. But come on everyone. Let's be realistic. - Eric - It's My Thing
Not saying it's realistic. Just ping ponging off of the OP and Stephen's first comment. FF's state is well known and well established. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
We're the social media version of morse code - an unseen heartbeat. Yeah, we're archaic, but if we were ever silenced, we'd be missed. - Iain Baker
I think we'd miss us but I don't think anyone in the tech world would care. Just a small blurb on Mashable or some other news site when they finally pull the plug for good. That's it. Count on it. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
I remember trying to get people of FF and they just didn't get it. They were already on FB and/or Twitter and just didn't get real-time, pulling in RSS, and now those features are pined for on other platforms. It's a testament of the forward looking people on this project that it's still standing and working as intended for the most part. - Eric - It's My Thing
Yeah I had similar experiences. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
It just clicks for some folks. Others not so much. I came here based upon a post by Jason Toney on back in the day. It took a little while to get my bearings. I didn't really hit FF hardcore until I was out of work about a year later. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
My experience with Ello so far is that there isn't much user content, one of the few comments I did make either never got posted even though it seemed to, it's not actually beautiful or even pleasant to look at -- even the Tumblr and FF feeds are better -- just overall, they launched wide access way too early. - Andrew C (✔)
Agreed. For photo posting, it's gorgeous. It has nothing else, though. Except active development. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Ah, well, I rarely do anything with photos. Probably why I'm not on Instagram. - Andrew C (✔)
Same here with Ello. How is this the next gen of social? It doesn't even work yet. - Eric - It's My Thing
Ello already has spam. But so does FF so.. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Off-season at Åmotdammen by Jenny Hansen / 500px -
Off-season at Åmotdammen by Jenny Hansen / 500px
"Fall foliage reflects off the water at Åmotdammen reservoir in Østmarka, east of Oslo, Norway." - Eivind from Bookmarklet
Aww. You pulled in my photo! <3 - Jenny H. from Android
wait, how did I NOT know Jenny Badass was a super talented photographer? I'm slipping. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
LOL, just an amateur with a passion. ;) - Jenny H. from Android
Beautiful autumn... - Mahdi
Upstate Yearbook Photo: Teen Poses With His Cat, His Principal, Principal's Dog & Lasers: Gothamist -
Upstate Yearbook Photo: Teen Poses With His Cat, His Principal, Principal's Dog & Lasers: Gothamist
"Earlier this month, an upstate NY high school student lobbied to have his school yearbook senior class photograph consist of an endearing portrait of himself with his cat Mr. Bigglesworth and some lasers. But the school declined, opting for uniformity. Nevertheless, Schenectady High School ultimately agreed to another compromise photograph. And it's spectacular." - rönin from Bookmarklet
Genç kediler rahatsız
mükemmel ya :D - Ercan Elmas
Went to dance class last night (I'm in tap now). At one point the teacher gave us a really hard floor combination with a lot of weight shifts. As we were doing it she was like "YOU GUYS ARE DOING SO WELL! IT LOOKS SO GOOD RIGHT NOW!"
And then I looked up, and the ballet teacher was standing outside the window laughing hysterically. - Jessie
So, maybe not. - Jessie
I love this studio. They clearly DGAF. - Jessie
Dance hecklers! I love it. - Steve C Team Marina
Eric - It's My Thing
What you don't want to hear, "Mom I can't breathe". What you don't want to do, book it to the ER. What you don't want from the doc, "it's not getting better, we'll need to check you in." What you don't want the ER to say, "you'll have to take an ambulance to the other side of town and check into the PICU." Where we don't want to be. Here.
:( - Heather
Oh no! :-( - vicster: full-bodied from FFHound!
:( Sending good thoughts your way! - Katy S
:( - Janet from FFHound!
Oh no. Thinking of you and Elena. I hope your kid recovers well. - Anika
I hope they can get everything worked out quickly. - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Thinking good thoughts! - Victor Ganata
*huggle* - Alix May
Ooof. Thinking of you all right now. I hope they're able to get everything sorted quickly. - Jennifer Dittrich
Praying for you and your family, and hoping the docs get things sorted out quickly. - Jim: with more caffeine!
Looks like we will be overnight guests at the Children's Hospital PICU. Swelling hasn't gone down and no diagnosis as of yet. - Elena from FFHound!
Thinking good thoughts for all. - Betsy
:-( *hugs* - John (bird whisperer)
:( - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Best wishes to you and yours. - Steve C Team Marina
Oh dear! Hoping she gets on the mend quickly! Thinking of you guys. - SAM
Oh man, good wishes coming your way. - Marie
:( - ellbeecee
Oh, man... I hope everything is okay. My thoughts are with you guys. - Bren - pseudo-Buddhist
Are you at Children's Hospital at Memorial Hospital in the Springs? If so, I'm about three blocks from you. If you need something, email or call 719-357-5297. - Steele Lawman
Thinking of you and hoping you get some answers soon. - Anne Bouey
Hope everything turns out ok. - rönin from FFHound!
Praying for y'all. - LB is tickety-boo! from Android
Sending good thoughts! - Galadriel C. from Android
Sending good juju your way. - Kristin
Prayers and good thoughts for you and yours. - Friar Will
Hope everything turns out OK! - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
You guys doing better after 6 hours? - Joe
Sending good thoughts too! - imabonehead
Still in the PICU. Good news is the swelling has gone down. Bad news is they still don't know what's causing it. Hoping to be discharged in the AM. - Elena from FFHound!
I'm so sorry you guys are still without answers, but I'm glad the swelling is reduced! You're all in my thoughts. - Jenny H. from Android
How are things this morning? I hope you all had a better night ((hugs)) - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
So frightening. Much love xx - Melly - #TeamMarina
Oh no. :( - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
*hugs* - Yolanda
crossed fingers and hugs also from here! - Xabaras (G.O.)
I hope things are much better today. *hugs all around* - vicster: full-bodied
Waiting to be discharged. The nurse says we're going home but have yet to see the dr. - Elena from FFHound!
So glad you guys get to go home. - Tamara J. B.
Home now. Ahhhh. - Eric - It's My Thing
Whew. - Steele Lawman
Wow. I'm glad everything is OK. *hugs* - Monique Judge
Gah! Sorry to miss this. How is it going today, do they know what happened? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
in my prayers... - GRANDMAFORSCARLETT
We've been home for a few hours now and everything seems to be ok. Will follow up on Friday with our regular pediatrician for back to school release and referral to an ENT or allergist. Thanks everyone for your thoughts and prayers. They are greatly appreciated :) - Elena from FFHound!
So scary for you all! I hope you get answers soon! - Shannon - GlassMistress
Sarah G.
RT @justin_marks_: He's literally pitching GI Joe. RT @Brown_Moses Don't worry guys, Bill O'Reilly has this all figured out.
RT @justin_marks_: He's literally pitching GI Joe. RT @Brown_Moses Don't worry guys, Bill O'Reilly has this all figured out.
Too many movies for that guy. - Eric - It's My Thing from iPhone
No way this plan could go wrong. - Steele Lawman
I was expecting the last bullet point to be "...Profit!" - Catherine Pellegrino
Shhh! Catherine, we're not supposed to notice that part! - Jennifer Dittrich
Trick-or-treat at this spooky apartment complex in Japan -
Trick-or-treat at this spooky apartment complex in Japan
Trick-or-treat at this spooky apartment complex in Japan
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"If you're looking for great places to trick-or-treat and visit on Halloween, look no further than this new apartment complex in Hamamatsu, Japan. The building is specifically designed to look like a witch's house and looks like a combination of a haunted house, Tim Burton movie, and Harry Potter movie." - Anika from Bookmarklet
Never thought I'd see an entire storybook-style apartment complex, but why not? The little touches of pumpkins and black cats on the rooftops is cute, too. - Anika
Michael W. May
DB, Lil LB's Dad
I got a job! And now we do the Snoopy Dance!
I got a job! And now we do the Snoopy Dance!
Desktop Engineering position at a national health insurance provider. I'm so pumped! - DB, Lil LB's Dad
Congratulations! - John (bird whisperer)
I have to say I'm very impressed with the Nashville IT job market. We've been here just under 2 months. I started a temporary contract position less than 3 weeks after moving here and have a permanent (well temp to perm but I'm already claiming the perm position) within 7 weeks. I feel very blessed. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
If you work in IT and need a new job/change of scenery you should strongly consider the Nashville area. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
congrats! - imabonehead
Congratulations! - Anika
Should we interpret the "Snoopy Dance" as a clue as to who the national health insurance provider is, or is that just a red herring? - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Congratulations! - Betsy
Definitely a red herring (unintentional) in this instance. Hadn't even made the connection until now to be honest. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
I think I find this so gratifying because it provides a much needed confidence boost career-wise for me. It's nice to have someone look at your education/experience/body of work/potential for growth and be willing to give you an opportunity to show what you've got. I feel like I was pigeon holed for years first in dead end call center/help desk jobs and more recently in desktop support... more... - DB, Lil LB's Dad
Congrats! - LB is tickety-boo! from Android
Lol. Thanks Laura. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
Now I have a week and a half off to finish getting the remnants of our move erased from this house. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
CONGRATS, DB! - MoTO: Team Marina
Well done - Steve C Team Marina
that's great news! - GRANDMAFORSCARLETT
Andrew C (✔)
RT @brendohare: Help Wanted
RT @brendohare: Help Wanted
This is from about 6 hours ago. Should I RT? - Joe
Libertarian fire drill? - April Russo
Melly - #TeamMarina
RT @robbiereviews: There's something troubling about this book's tone
RT @robbiereviews: There's something troubling about this book's tone
I'm troubled by the size of the house compared to the cow. - Katy S from iPhone
the cow is your new god! do as it commands before it destroys you! - Sir Shuping is just sir
Pay tribute to the cow. - Eric - It's My Thing
"Mom! The kid is touching me again!" "Well why don't you moooooooove?" - Betsy
I want this book. TOUCH THIS COW. TOUCH IT NOW DAMMIT. - Hookuh Tinypants from FreshFeed
I wonder if it's a euphemism. - Melly - #TeamMarina
^ That's what I was wondering. - John (bird whisperer)
Clifford the Big Red Cow .. errr .. - Kristin
not sure what it says about me, but I read those pages in the voice of Samuel L Jackson. - Me
DO IT! - Big Joe Silence
That's not any ol' cow, that's a unicorn cow—a unicow! - Micah
A unicowrn? - Betsy
That cow is from the game "Black and White" ;-) - Amit Patel
April, *mindblow* /me - Micah
Naqsh-i Rustam - Incredible Reliefs of Persian Empires
Naqsh-i Rostam 6.jpg
Naqsh-i Rostam 7.jpg
"Most people have heard of the ancient city of Persepolis in Iran. Yet just north of the metropolis of antiquity is a sheer cliff, known as Naqsh-i Rustam. Here, in the second millennium BCE, work began on a quite staggering series of rock reliefs which – even today – have the ability to awe in terms of their size and the staggering amount of work which must have been involved in their creation." - Maitani
Gorgeous. We have got to visit Iran. - Mark H
Oklahoma City man arrested for washing himself with mayonnaise in public fountain - -
Oklahoma City man arrested for washing himself with mayonnaise in public fountain -
"One man was arrested for using mayonnaise to wash himself in a public fountain. Oklahoma City police say they received complaints about the man who was said to be bathing at Reno and Mickey Mantle. Officers reported finding Jorge Arturo Perez, 23, soaking wet and breathing hard in the city fountain. Perez told the police he was taking a bath in the fountain and was washing his hair with mayonnaise." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
Ketchup is better at getting smells out. - Steve C Team Marina
Andrew C (✔)
RT @gerryduggan: Huh. RT @Vikings we're proud to announce the signing of undrafted rookie Haydrian Feeterson Jr.
RT @gerryduggan: Huh. RT @Vikings we're proud to announce the signing of undrafted rookie Haydrian Feeterson Jr.
Nils Sandin
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
RT @wesbos: Amazing. Someone put script tags in their DNS info. #harlemshake
RT @wesbos: Amazing. Someone put script tags in their DNS info. #harlemshake
........ - Andrew C (✔)
ಠ_ಠ - Andrew C (✔)
The most creative thing I have ever seen (today). - Julian
I'm amazed this could even be done at all. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
TXT records can hide a lot of fun stuff. And then there is the LOC record (little used): - Julian
Spidra Webster
25 Famous Women on Childlessness -- The Cut -
25 Famous Women on Childlessness -- The Cut
"Despite the mounting pressures to have a baby already, a number of well-known, powerful women have said no, thanks, and spoken quite frankly about their decision not to parent. Here, a roundup of inspiring, funny, empowering takes from women including Gloria Steinem, Condoleezza Rice, and Stevie Nicks, on the upsides of taking the road less diapered. 1. "It was not my destiny, I kept thinking it would be, waiting for it to happen, but it never did, and I didn’t care what people thought … It was only boring old men [who would ask me]. And whenever they went, ‘What? No children? Well, you’d better get on with it, old girl,’ I’d say ‘No! F*** off!’” —Dame Helen Mirren, British Vogue, February 2013 2. "I'm completely happy not having children. I mean, everybody does not have to live in the same way. And as somebody said, 'Everybody with a womb doesn't have to have a child any more than everybody with vocal cords has to be an opera singer." —Gloria Steinem, Chelsea Lately, October 2011 3.... more... - Spidra Webster from Bookmarklet
Spidra Webster
The Most Feminist Moments in Sci-fi History -- The Cut -
The Most Feminist Moments in Sci-fi History -- The Cut
"While mainstream science fiction excels at imagining far-out futures, exploring the far reaches of the imagination, and scaring the bejesus out of us, it’s generally accepted that historically, the genre has been pretty terrible at populating its brave new worlds with anyone other than straight, cisgender white dudes. (Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and many of the other "greats" wrote almost exclusively about their demographic, and onscreen science fiction, from Star Wars and Back to the Future to adaptations like War of the Worlds and Blade Runner, has long shared similar representation issues.) But sci-fi history actually has featured ahead-of-its-time, female-identifying authors and creators who have challenged conventional notions of race, gender, and sexuality head-on for centuries. Their contributions are so essential (some are by far the most out-there in the canon) that without them, the genre could not possibly have grown into the blockbuster behemoth it is today. Like many... more... - Spidra Webster from Bookmarklet
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
I was able to get a slightly better screenshot of the 'monster' & it's definitely creepy behind Clara here... EEEEEK!
I was able to get a slightly better screenshot of the 'monster' & it's definitely creepy behind Clara here... EEEEEK!
Eeeeeeek is right! - Yvonne Renee from FFHound!
It's like a huge head with deep set large eyes! *cries* - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
It's a baby Silence. [/just guessing] - Steven Perez
But the forehead is way too short for The Silence... - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
12 days in Iran: Americans received with courtesy, friendliness on 1,000-mile tourist loop | INFORUM -
12 days in Iran: Americans received with courtesy, friendliness on 1,000-mile tourist loop | INFORUM
That sort of trip is on our list of things to do but I didn't know about the Trans Asia Express. Might need a bit of planning. - Mark H
America's Last Carousel Craftsmen - The Atlantic -
America's Last Carousel Craftsmen - The Atlantic
America's Last Carousel Craftsmen - The Atlantic
"While there are other carvers (both hobbyists and professionals), and shops that cast fiberglass or metal carousel replications, along with many companies that sell all kinds of amusement rides—these two companies in Ohio appear to be the only ones taking carousels from design to finish and carving them from wood the old-fashioned way. The workshop at Carousel Works in Mansfield, Ohio Art Ritchie and Dan Jones of Carousel Works first came to Ohio in the late 1980s to build a carousel for the Carousel District in Mansfield. Since then, they’ve sold 58 carousels and restored dozens. Ritchie began carving in 1973, making anything from furniture to signs. Back then, he recalls, he would carve anything that had a payday. One day, a customer came by and asked him for a quote for a carousel horse. He estimated that it would cost about $1,800. “He couldn’t get his pocketbook out fast enough,” Ritchie remembers." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
Eons ago, I watched a documentary on carousel makers. The sculptors were fascinating. I found out the European company that did the horses for the carousel in Balboa Park are the same people who did the horses for now defunct carousel in my local park. IIRC, this company did the restoration on the BP carousel. - Anika
Havlagah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -
Havlagah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"HaHavlagah (Hebrew: ההבלגה‎, "The Restraint") was a strategic policy used by the Haganah members with regard to actions taken against Arab groups who were attacking the Jewish settlement during the British Mandate of Palestine. Its core principles were fortification and abstention from taking revenge on Arabs by attacking innocent civilians. The political leadership and many leftwing Zionist groups supported the Havlagah policy. Many of the Zionist leadership saw Havlagah as a moral policy and a source of pride for the Jews." - Eivind from Bookmarklet
U.S. is off to war against ISIS because it beheads people. With its ally Saudi Arabia, which beheads people
دنیا باید تکلیف خودش رو با اسلام روشن کنه. تمرکز بر روی داعش تنها صورت مسئله رو محو می کنه - پیروز
دنیا باید تکلیف خودش رو با اسلام روشن کنه. تمرکز بر روی داعش تنها صورت مسئله رو محو می کنه - پیروز ++ - گوفی
یعنی چجوری پیروز ؟ - دادفر
در قدم اول غرب باید از برخی منافع خودش چشم پوشی کنه و حقایق اسلام رو رسما بپذیره و جامعه جهانی رو هم برای یک ائتلاف بزرگ علیه معضل خشونت مذهبی و به خصوص دین وحوش اسلام دعوت کنه تا راهکار جهانی اندیشیده بشه. پیچیدگی های زیادی داره اما شدنی است. - پیروز
t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
A butterfly just landed on my wrist while I was reading outside and stayed there kissing on me for almost two minutes before it flew away. So ticklish! And why did it take so long to figure out I'm not a flower? Cute though.
Don't some of them like salt? That might have been it :D - Jennifer Dittrich
Yeah, butterflies sometimes ingest salt from sweat or other sources. - John (bird whisperer)
It could also have been a vampire butterfly. I'm just sayin'. - Steve C Team Marina
Interesting. I'm sure there's plenty of salt on me. It was cool bc it landed right on my wrist and didn't move when I raised my arm to look at it close up. "Are you lost?'' I said. "Nomnomnomnom'' he said. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
A symbol of transformation. Consider it a love note from the universe that you're doing a great job. :-) - Corinne L
you are not a flower? pretty sure that's incorrect. - Laura Norvig
t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
So the maintenance guy was in the parking lot and I mentioned I thought the AC system is still leaking. He came to have a look and it's taking a long time bc the housing won't come all the way off and we can't figure out why. I can tell he's getting frustrated and I have to be somewhere in 30 min. I told him he can use foul language if he needs...
That made him laugh at least. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
The other problem is I really need to poop and I can't do that with him here. Sigh. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
He just said 'ridonkulous'. Not a good sign. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
He left and I went and got to my appt on time. All is well. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
But did you poop???? - Steve C Team Marina
Queens do not poop. - Joe
This thread...........I needed the giggles. - Janet
Andrew C (✔)
RT @sunghu: Grandmothers are accidentally tagging themselves as Grandmaster Flash on Facebook.
RT @sunghu: Grandmothers are accidentally tagging themselves as Grandmaster Flash on Facebook.
This made my day. - joey
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