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Andrew C (✔)
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 3 -
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 3
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 3
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 3
Andrew C (✔)
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 1 -
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 1
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 1
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 1
Andrew C (✔)
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 2 -
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 2
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 2
Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 2
holly #ravingfangirl
Vietnamese Coffee | Flickr - Photo Sharing! -
Vietnamese Coffee | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
whee another exploration! - holly #ravingfangirl from Bookmarklet
Ooh... - Jenny H. from Android
I love Vietnamese coffee #coffeefiltre #great capture - WarLord
holy crap. the views are creeping up on 5K O_o - holly #ravingfangirl
Eric - It's My Thing
Our first Trader Joe's is now open. What are your go to Trader Joe's items?
pain au chocolat (frozen, trust me...), naan, simmer sauces, ginger granola cereal, Italian blood orange soda, lavash... I'm forgetting a bunch of stuff... - Bren - pseudo-Buddhist
The Indian shelf-stable meals. The Indian frozen meals are pretty good, too. They're cheaper on dairy than most grocery stores. Their ice cream is private labeled Double Rainbow and is some of the best richest non-chunky ice cream you'll find. The mushroom hors d'oeuvres are to die for. I will scarf those in one sitting if someone doesn't stop me. I second the Italian blood orange soda.... more... - Spidra Webster
OOH! I remembered something else: they have pre-marinated meats. kalbi, carne asada, and the like. Those have been really good, too. - Bren - pseudo-Buddhist
The already-cooked carnitas is good to grab when you're too tired to do more than heat something up. - Spidra Webster
Harvest Hodgepodge frozen veggies (great for stir fry), frozen chicken breasts, turkey bacon (both regular and pepper), flavored sparkling water, organic lemonade, pomegranate lime juice (great with vodka), chicken apple sausage, guacamole, hummus, salsa especial (refrigerated section), salsa autentica (near the tortilla chips), simmer sauces (the masala one is my favorite), olive... more... - Corinne L
OH YES. The carne asada is so good you want to slap someone. Ground beef & ground turkey are great too. - Corinne L
I need to get the pomegranate lime juice next time I'm there... this is going to be one of my favorite threads, I can tell. - Bren - pseudo-Buddhist
They used to have a chicken salad sandwich on pretzel bread... I don't know if they still have it (pre-made, refrigerated section) but if they do... it was great. - Bren - pseudo-Buddhist
I am so hungry now. Eric, will your Trader Joe's be selling beer & wine? If so, and you like good wine, I'd recommend getting friendly with their wine buyer as they will clue you in to some great deals. - Corinne L
I can't even imagine a TJ's not selling wine. Wine & cheese were what the store was founded on. (That is, you've introduced me to the novelty of TJ's in possibly dry counties...) - Spidra Webster
Oh, I can't stress this strongly enough: get on the Fearless Flyer mailing list, or make sure you check it regularly online. I've made a number of discoveries reading that. - Bren - pseudo-Buddhist
In several places back east grocery stores can't sell beer, wine or liquor, Spidra. It was quite a shocker when I moved to CA 14 years ago & went to Safeway or Vons and there were ALL THE BOOZY THINGS. - Corinne L
We have a state law that a single entity can only sells alcohol at one location. They chose the Denver store for the booze. - Eric - It's My Thing from iPhone
*kisses the ground of California* - Spidra Webster
HA HA HA Spidra! - Corinne L
Jo-Jo's, always get the Jo-Jo's. Never be embarrasses to impulse buy the check out counter chocolate, you can't go wrong. - Heather
I swear by their handmade tortillas. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Maple cream cookies. - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
Cheeses! Kalbi - my kids would eat it every day if I let them. Uncooked bratwurst. Their Clif bars tend to be cheaper than elsewhere. - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
Pre-made curried chicken salad. TJ's brand pita crackers. Indian simmer sauces. Naan. Their pre-made thanksgiving stuffing is tasty. - Lnorigb from FFHound!
Peanut butter, apple sauce, coffee, Californian olive oil, roster red pepper soup, frozen pizza, ginger cookies, meat,syrah cheese, sprouted grain bread - Mr. The Jason Fleming from Android
The apple cider. - Julian
I should give their Fort Worth store another chance, armed with a shopping list from this post. - Greg GuitarBuster
pain au chocolat. And more pain au chocolat. - Glen Campbell
Nuts, California e.v. olive oil (local makers with $20/half liter EVOO say "get TJ's if you can't afford ours"), Israeli cous cous, maple syrup (we get Grade A Canadian, but there's also Grade B and Vermont), the three-small-chocolate-bars-in-a-wrapper Dark and Extra Dark varieties and the organic Extra Dark chocolate bars. Oh, and dried fruit. - Walt Crawford
Their nuts and dried fruit are wonderful! I keep a bag of the mesquite almonds in my drawer at work for snacks and their sweet and spicy pecans and dried cranberries are very tasty in salads. I also love their mild cheddar and triple cream brie cheese and they have a smoked mozzarella that was very good in my omelette the other night. - vicster: full-bodied
Do they have anything that is not pre-made? - Elena
Yes - you can get cheese, meats, vegetables etc. - Glen Campbell
Lots of stuff, Elena. TJ's is like any other grocery store in many respects, just on a smaller scale. Most of their items are TJ's own label(s). You could conceivably do all your grocery shopping there, but if there are certain brand items you want (e.g., Coca Cola products, Tyson poultry) you would have to go to your local major supermarket. - Corinne L
Coffee. Nuts. Frozen green beans. Appetizers. Frozen Indian foods. Simmer sauce. Pumpkin butter - Christina Pikas from iPhone
COOKIE BUTTER. - Lola Bean (Penguin) from iPhone
OMG how had we forgotten about Cookie Butter? - Julian
I'm not close enough to a Trader Joe's to go very often, unfortunately. When I do visit one, I make sure to check out the cheese selection and the beer and wine. - John (bird whisperer)
I refuse to even try the cookie butter because I'd go back 4 times a week to replenish my stock of it. - vicster: full-bodied
The cheap wine been mentioned yet? - Joe
These are great. Joe, the cheap wine will not be available at the Colorado Springs location. Colorado only allows liquor sales at one location. This is why our Costco stores have a separate liquor store run by a small business, but obviously in partnership with Costco. - Eric - It's My Thing
Went to the TJ in Denver today. Got some cookie butter, sipping chocolate, Halloween Jo joe's, beer & wine. Didn't want to get anything that had to be refrigerated since I was an hour away from home. I'll save cheese & other cold goodies for the one her in C/S. - Elena
Andrew C (✔)
Dinner tonight: repurposed siu yuk sandwiches. I took some takeout siu yuk (Chinese roast pork with the crispy skin), chopped it into very small pieces, then reheated it in a pan with some chopped green onions. Then put that on toasted bread with mayo and hoisin sauce.
Pork belly, bread, and hoisin are the basic components of the Momofuku pork buns, and crispy skin is a key component of porchetta sandwiches. - Andrew C (✔)
Victor Ganata
When my girlfriend talks to other people about me, she refers to me as "The Doctor". This sometimes causes confusion among Doctor Who fans.
"sonic screwdriver" #iam12 - Big Joe Silence
Which doctor? - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
/e didn't know Victor had a girlfriend and can't recall him mentioning her before. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
^ more of the same - Anne Bouey
*awaits more information* - Katy S
Is this where I stand in line? *looks around* I think it is. - Micah
Oof. I'm glad I brought a chair. This line looks long. - bentley
*passes out popcorn* - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
He mentioned a girl friend and Microsoft demos a new holodeck product. Coincidence? - Todd Hoff
ich weisse so immer, bleibst du bist war - Tastamam★★★★
LOL! - Victor Ganata from iPhone
Believe it or not, she's not holographic! :D - Victor Ganata from iPhone
Although truth be told, we haven't been together for very long. We're not even Facebook Official yet ;) - Victor Ganata from iPhone
I did meet her on Coffee Meets Bagel, so I owe you Andrew big time :D - Victor Ganata from iPhone
I don't know. He is kinda obsessed with holodecks. Hmmmm.... - bentley
She's pretty great :) - Victor Ganata from iPhone
She doesn't have an FF account but she does check my feed :D - Victor Ganata from iPhone
just be belive it....or nothing him self spirit - Tastamam★★★★
Awesome! I liked Coffee Meets Bagel. Hi Victor's Girlfriend! Sign up for FF! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Lol, I love how it's totally more believable that I have a working full-featured holodeck than that I have a girlfriend :D - Victor Ganata from iPhone
just only is so enough... - Tastamam★★★★
Hi, Victor's girlfriend! - bentley
it is you... - Tastamam★★★★
Hi Victor's girlfriend! ^_^ - Heather
it is too so - Tastamam★★★★
schreibt bitte deutsch oder türkisch denn wiil ich schleck für Sie sagt - Tastamam★★★★
I was afraid it'd be too nosy to ask Victor and I'm glad to see everyone else pressed for the info while I was offline. Hahaha! Congratulations, Victor! Hi, Victor's girlfriend! - Spidra Webster
so bück dich ich mache dich glücklich:))) - Tastamam★★★★
Hi Victor's girlfriend! And boo to Victor and gf for keeping me from losing hope in CMB! - Andrew C (✔) from Android
lick your mother is you last story amk - Tastamam★★★★
I sense a disturbance in the Force, as if an account was about to be blocked. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Who is 4 star? Don't be douchy 4 star. - Eric - It's My Thing from iPhone
Steve C Team Marina
HIV's spread traced back to 1920s Kinshasa - LA Times -
HIV's spread traced back to 1920s Kinshasa - LA Times
"In a paper published recently in the journal Science, researchers argued that HIV-1 group M -- the strain of HIV responsible for about 90% of infections worldwide -- first appeared in the city of Leopoldville, or what is now Kinshasa, in the 1920s. Using statistical methods and genetic sequencing data, researchers determined that the disease spread through what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo via poor medical practices and through the interaction of sex workers and miners." - Steve C Team Marina from Bookmarklet
"However, some researchers believe the virus made the jump to humans much earlier. "To say that this started around the 1920s just doesn't wash with me," said Dr. Joseph McCormick, a viral disease expert at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, who was not involved in the study. McCormick said the broad diversity of HIV strains in Africa suggests that the virus had... more... - Steve C Team Marina
Super cool. I remember reading maybe a decade ago that they had tested various archived samples and found cases of HIV as early as 1940. Each step of new knowledge about the origin and spread has been so fascinating to read. I suppose in a way it's "the" illness that's been discovered and researched in my lifetime. I still remember the PSA with Magic Johnson from the beginning of my Wayne's World tape, and reading Ryan White's autobiography as a kid. - Lo
AIDS, mad cow, kuru... it's probably a good rule of thumb to never eat those on the same branch of the phylogenetic tree. - Ken Morley
Amit Patel
Couldn't sleep. At least I got this.
Too lazy to use a tripod. I'm happy that my camera lets me take 1/4 sec shots handheld. - Amit Patel
Dang, mine eyelids occluded the view last night. - Todd Hoff
Beautiful! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Got up in time, but it was cloudy :( - Glen Campbell
gorgeous! where do you archive most of your work, Amit? Do you have a smugmug or flickr account you use? Or picasa ...? - Laura Norvig
Laura: I am on flickr and 500px — — but I try to share photos with my friends on FriendFeed first :-) - Amit Patel
For example the northern harrier I took on Sep 28, shared with FF on Sep 30, and put on flickr on Oct 8. I don't interact with the flickr or 500px communities much :( - Amit Patel
We're happy to see your photos here. :) - Anne Bouey
Oh nice how do like the EM-1? I'm still using the original EM-5. - Rodfather from Android
Are you using a 3rd party lens with an adapter for those telephoto shots? Oh never mind. It's the 75-300mm lens. Amazing shots. - Rodfather
Beautiful. - Jenny H. from Android
Thanks! Rodfather: the main thing I like is that there's a built-in grip, and that helps a *lot* with the 75-300mm lens. I had gotten an add-on grip with the E-M1 but it wasn't nearly as good. The E-M1 has phase detection autofocus, which helps with flying birds. If I didn't spend 90% of my time on the 75-300mm lens, I would've kept the E-M5. The E-M1's ergonomics are a little better, and it has more buttons and features. Image quality doesn't seem any better. - Amit Patel
Sleep is unproductive and a waste of time. - Louis Gray
I try to sleep double to make up for Louis - Amit Patel
Literally All of Europe Can Entirely Suck It -
Literally All of Europe Can Entirely Suck It
That quote is so much funny! - Eric - It's My Thing
Bunch of Neanderthals. - Greg GuitarBuster
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Coworker took a pic of me at me desk workin' earlier. 😀
Coworker took a pic of me at me desk workin' earlier. 😀
Pre or Post lunch? Looks like post. - Eric - It's My Thing
Post lunch would have her using her forehead to "type" on the keyboard. :P - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
Michael Zhang
Video: See How Fuji Makes Its Fujinon Lenses from Start to Finish -
Andrew C (✔)
Due to work, I have been thinking ALL DAY. This has been awful.
My condolences. - Spidra Webster
Thank you for your support in this difficult time. - Andrew C (✔)
Ugh, the worst. - Marie
Stephen Mack
FriendFeed Bookmarklet Hosting: Micah W.'s ffbookmarklet v1.03 "Woot Tube" Release -- draggable version -
FriendFeed Bookmarklet Hosting: Micah W.'s ffbookmarklet v1.03 "Woot Tube" Release --  draggable version
Having trouble with the FF Bookmarklet in Chrome or other browsers? This is an updated version thanks to Micah and sizofroid. To make it easier to install, I'm now hosting it at my site, so you don't have to jump through hoops, you can just drag the updated version to your bookmark bar. - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
Yay! [update: uh, I don't see the actual bookmarklet on that page] - lris
Hmm, what browser are you using, Iris? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Chrome, Mac. Here's what I see - lris
Well that's weird. Chrome on Windows is working for me. When you go to the FF tools page, is the button there visible for you? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Yes it is - lris
Iris, have you disabled JavaScript by chance? I had a coworker test with Chrome on his Mac and it was working for him. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
No. And I did have adblocker running but I disabled it for that site. - lris
I love you. - Melly - #TeamMarina
I love you too, Melly! - Stephen Mack
Iris, hold on, gonna try something to fix it. - Stephen Mack
I'm running Chrome on Windows if that helps, FYI. - Melly - #TeamMarina
Iris, I changed how the image for the button was hosted. Did that fix it for you? - Stephen Mack
Yay! I see it! - lris
Yay! Hmm, you must have some pretty high levels of security set. All I changed was copying the image for the button from FF's server to mine. - Stephen Mack
I am not aware of extra high levels of security. Maybe I'm accidentally extremely careful. :) - lris
I'm sure it's no accident. :) - Stephen Mack
Hopefully no one else is having any trouble? - Stephen Mack
I added the older versions at the bottom, just in case there are any compatibility issues. - Stephen Mack
When I saw "draggable" I first thought it meant the popup can be dragged around within the page, to make it easier to select images that it would ordinarily be covering this old one: I am still using that one, but installed as a dedicated CustomButton. If you have the Firefox add-on installed, it's easy to install the button from here: What I would like to have is a combo of all the goodies into one awesome button. - April Russo
April, that's a cool idea. I couldn't get the one you linked to work for me, though. I wonder if we can beg Micah to add that functionality into his version. - Stephen Mack
I just did. ;) - April Russo
Ah! I don't know about CustomButton, though. What is taht? - Stephen Mack
Which one could you not get to work? The 1st or 2nd link? The 1st is instructions for modifying the official bookmarklet to use the drag & drop popup. The 2nd link requires the CustomButtons add-on installed in Firefox. You'd just click the link on my page to install the button, then right click a Firefox toolbar, go to... more... - April Russo
2nd link. But I see what you mean, it requires the add-on. Does it work on Chrome or IE, or just Firefox? - Stephen Mack
Compatibility: Mozilla Firefox 1.5+ SeaMonkey 2.0+ Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0+ Mozilla Sunbird 0.8-0.9 / Calendar 1.0pre KompoZer 0.8b1-0.8b3 Flock 0.7-1.5+ and Pale Moon (which is what I am using) - April Russo
Andrew C (✔)
Turn Your Pasta Into Ramen With Baking Soda | Serious Eats -
Turn Your Pasta Into Ramen With Baking Soda | Serious Eats
Turn Your Pasta Into Ramen With Baking Soda | Serious Eats
"kenji: Oh, my mom was reading a Japanese blog earlier this week that mentioned cooking spaghetti in water with baking soda and it ends up with a ramen-like texture. Have you ever tried that?" - Andrew C (✔) from Bookmarklet
OK, that's pretty darn cool. - Jennifer Dittrich
Ideas In Food tweeted that a possible refinement might be to soak spaghetti in cold alkaline water to hydrate, then briefly boil em. - Andrew C (✔)
That makes sense as well. - Jennifer Dittrich
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Zulema had nachos for lunch after having little night's sleep. Let's see if the latte she had--oh, there she goes... and she's snoring
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Awesome! - Stephen Mack
I so wanted to wake up and watch this, but did not. This morning I thought to myself "one of my awesome photog ffeeders MUST have gotten shots" and Lo, it is Z! :) - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
Surely I can't be the only one! \o/ - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Love it. What a shot. - Uli
Thank you! :) - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
The planet is Uranus! - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Um. - Uli from Android
It's the seventh planet in our solar system, Uranus. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Z....I knew that, actually. :) - Uli
That is a nice shot. - Joe
Rather unexpectedly got offered a job today, now I just have to hope that the physical therapy works well enough that I will be able to do the job without screwing over the whole kitchen. I'm going to be in charge of desserts for a new restaurant! Working with my favorite co-worker ever!
I'm excited to somewhat have my own "kingdom" creatively speaking. I didn't even apply for this job, just went to meet the executive chef (my former co-worker, close friend, and on-again-off-again (currently on) roommate is the sous chef & had recommended me as pastry chef). He was like, "yeah, we'll work around that [injuries], it's about the right fit... based on this conversation, I want you for the job, just gotta check on salary with the owners." - Lo
I was "..... what?" I didn't even get to wear my interview suit! WHAAAAAAAAAAA. I'm afraid of not being able to pull my weight, but I know the universe playing a trump card when I see it. It's usually smarter than me, so we'll follow this rabbit hole and see where it takes us, eh? - Lo
Sometimes that's all you can do ^ - Steve C Team Marina
Thanks, I need to be reminded :) - Lo
Opening slated for November 7. It's been pushed back a few times, which was lucky for me! - Lo
The executive chef has a science background, too (geology). And he thinks the job has to be fun, and stay fun. The owners aren't sinking everything into this, so there is less pressure to perform financially. They really wanted women in the kitchen, at least one, which worked in my favor. Their menu is focused on local but the main emphasis is deliciousness (you'd be surprised how often that's NOT the key issue in food prep). Overall a super awesome environment. The only downside is early mornings - Lo
There, I think that's all the good stuff. Gotta love how no matter how long I go without posting here, it's my FIRST STOP with news. I didn't even tell my family yet lol - Lo
Congrats, Lo! We'd love to see pics of your creations. :) - Anne Bouey
Great news! - Janet from FFHound!
Very cool, Lo. Very cool! - Bette Cooper
Congratulations! - bentley from FFHound(roid)!
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Am I doing something wrong if I'm shooting the moon at f/8? It's full and bright so I guess but it still feels weird.
The last moon photo I took was at f/8. - John (bird whisperer)
Oh, when you said 'shooting the moon', I thought you were playing Hearts (or Spades, or whichever games does that). - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Of course, an eclipsed moon is darker, so that might be a consideration. - John (bird whisperer)
The moon is reflected sunlight, so it should get the same exposure as outdoors on a bright sunny day: f/16 @125 for ISO 100 (the "Sunny F16 rule"). During the eclipse it will be 1-3 stops darker. - Glen Campbell
•Try the "sunny f/16" rule: Shoot at f/16 with a shutter speed of 1/200 second if your film or sensor sensitivity is ISO 200. •Owing to the atmospheric haze and dust, and so forth, you might need to shoot at f/5.6 using a shutter speed of 1/250 second. •Try the "loony 11" rule: Shoot at f/11 at 1/ISO.[2] •Try Antonio Marques' suggestion: Aperture at f/11, ISO 100, 1/125 to 1/250.[3] - WarLord
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Thought I'd get tonight's full moon because I might not get the eclipse tomorrow. :)
Thought I'd get tonight's full moon because I might not get the eclipse tomorrow. :)
Jason Toney
RT @axs: Because there's no stopping 'The Carlton'. See Alfonso Ribeiro & Whitney Carson's perfect dance on #DWTS!
RT @axs: Because there's no stopping 'The Carlton'. See Alfonso Ribeiro & Whitney Carson's perfect dance on #DWTS!
I had to wait until I was home to check out the video and now it's been removed. :( - Spidra Webster
Chris and I watched it on YouTube earlier. So awesome. - Heather
Thanks, Betsy. I figured they probably took it down to make sure everyone went to their site. - Spidra Webster
Heh, that's great. Which reminds me of the best thing I ever found via reddit: - Micah
:-) - bentley
Mona Nomura
Phil Plait
The voter ID nightmare in a nutshell. All based on nothing.
Radioactivity in Norway's reindeers hits high - The Local -
Radioactivity in Norway's reindeers hits high - The Local
"Much higher levels of radioactivity than normal have been found among Norway's grazing animals, especially its reindeer population, a study revealed on Monday. Almost 30 years after the nuclear plant explosion in Chernobyl, this autumn, more radioactivity has been measured in Norwegian grazing animals than has been noted in many years. Lavrans Skuterud, a scientist at the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (Statens strålevern), said: “This year is extreme.” In September, 8200 becquerel per kilo of the radioactive substance Caesium-137 was measured in reindeer from Våga reinlag AS, in Jotunheimen, central Norway. In comparison, the highest amount at the same place was 1500 becquerel among the reindeer in September 2012. The research also measured radioactivity in Norwegian sheep this year. Both in Valdres in southwest Norway and Gudbrandsdalen in southeast Norway, 4500 becquerel per kilo meat from sheep was measured at most. 600 becquerel per kilo is the safe limit allowed for sheep meat to be sold for human consumption." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
" The Radiation Protection scientist is quite certain about the cause. Lavrans Skuterud said: “This year, there has been extreme amounts of mushroom. In addition, the mushroom season has lasted for a long time. And the mushroom has grown very high up on the mountains.” Especially the gypsy mushroom (Cortinarius Caperatus) has been a problem. This is a good food mushroom, both for people... more... - Jessie
Even though we're far away from caribou country, I can vouch for the insane amount of mushrooms growing in the forests here. You can't take a step without hitting one. Also, biomagnification is a bitch. :-/ - Jenny H. from Android
They're going to get glowing noses and be able to fly soon. - April Russo
Michael W. May
And pan out to see the bathing suits in a pile next to the shoes - Steve C Team Marina
well hopefully, the put on wet suits (assuming they went into the water). it's freezing here, dude! - MoTO: Team Marina
That was from June *smile* I am missing summer tremendously :P - Michael W. May from Android
Melly - #TeamMarina
RT @9newssyd: Australian strangers rush to help young Muslim woman and boy being harassed: #9News
RT @9newssyd: Australian strangers rush to help young Muslim woman and boy being harassed: #9News
Jason Toney
RT @ejgertz: Yes! Newly discovered velvet worm is named Eoperipatus totoro. More info: via @sofiabiologista
RT @ejgertz: Yes! Newly discovered velvet worm is named Eoperipatus totoro. More info: via @sofiabiologista
Such a cute little guy. - Joe
Kind of looks like Heimlich from Bugs Life. - Me
Vampire Hunter DYSP
15 commonly refrigerated foods that don't need to be via @MotherNatureNet
15 commonly refrigerated foods that don't need to be via @MotherNatureNet
I'm surprised at some of the things on that list: not because they can be left out but because they're commonly refrigerated. - John (bird whisperer)
I just found out about tomatoes, myself. - Vampire Hunter DYSP
Serious Eats just did two tests that show refrigeration is not detrimental for tomatoes. - Andrew C (✔)
Andrew C (✔)
I wrapped my new magnetic knife rack in a bit of scrap leather because I think it'll help protect the knife edges.
I wrapped my new magnetic knife rack in a bit of scrap leather because I think it'll help protect the knife edges.
Hey, that's a neat idea. - Marie
I've always been skeptical about the metal magnetic racks, but until today (too late) I didn't know they came in plastic and the wooden ones were pricier than I liked. - Andrew C (✔)
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