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Lahore. September 21, 2014. :)
Lahore. September 21, 2014. :)
لاہور کی سیریں دن دہاڑے :-))) - chotA
((((: بالکل ایسا ہی ہے اشفی بھیا - ma∟ıĸ
اچھی لگی یہ گیف :-) - saeedvasi
(: شکریہ سعید بھائی - ma∟ıĸ
Melly - #TeamMarina
He bit into his Vegemite toast and lost another tooth. http://instagram.com/p...
He bit into his Vegemite toast and lost another tooth. http://instagram.com/p/tQ9SzHGy4x/
HUZZAH! also: there's a song here, i just know it. - Big Joe Silence
woke up this morning / mouth full of teeth ./ but I didn't reckon / on a spread based on yeast *guitar break* - Pete : Team Marina
That Vegemite stuff is dangerous! I hope the Tooth Fairy gives him his combat pay. - Spidra Webster
Melly - #TeamMarina
21 years since my Daddy died. This is one wound time doesn't heal. #fb
**hugs** - Jennifer Dittrich
I'm sorry, Melly. These kind of anniversaries are so very tough. Hugs to you and a hat tip to your dad, who played a big role in making you the Melly we know and love. - Corinne L
*hugs* - Johnny from iPhone
*hugs* - Heather
*hugs* - Big Joe Silence
*hugs* - Katy S
Sorry, Melly... - Stephan #TeamMarina from iPhone
*hugs* - Jenny H. from Android
(I know, same here) *hugs* - Xabaras (G.O.)
ma∟ıĸ
Autumn equinox: Google Doodle celebrates first day of autumn 2014.
Autumn equinox: Google Doodle celebrates first day of autumn 2014.
ma∟ıĸ
10:30 AM. Sep. 20, 2014. Somewhere in Lahore. :) - http://mqmalik.blogspot.com/2014... - https://www.youtube.com/watch...
10:30 AM. Sep. 20, 2014. Somewhere in Lahore. :) - http://mqmalik.blogspot.com/2014/09/blog-post.html - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4TuDQLkHA0&feature=youtu.be
کہاں سے کہاں تک استاذا؟ اور کیوں استاذا؟ جلدی بتاؤ استاذا؟ :)) :)) - ifti
ask not, ustaza!!! tell you not, ustaza!!! worry not, ustaza!!! :))))))) - ma∟ıĸ
اچھا اچھا استاذا، ٹھیک ہے استاذا، سانوں کے استاذا :))) :)) :) - ifti
LOL!!!!!!! - ma∟ıĸ
کچھ تاں بتاؤ استاذا!! پلیز ہاں :-))) - chotA
((((((: جسے سب پتہ ہو اسے کچھ بتانا ضروری نہیں ہوتا اشفی جی - ma∟ıĸ
اب میں کچھ نہیں کہوں گا :-)) - chotA
من باید بیام شهردار شوما رو ببینم که همیشه فضای سبزتون انقد مرتب و هرس شده است :)))))))) - پریســــــا
((((: اصلن خوش بحال شهردار شهر عزیزما - با بیصبری چشم به راه شوما هستیم - ma∟ıĸ
تازه بعدش مهمون سرآشپز مالیکو پولو هستم با غذاهای خوشمزه اش :)))))))))))))))))))))))))) - پریســــــا
خیلی ممنون خیلی ممنون :))))) الان خیلی دلم برای شهردار جون سوووووخت - دارم از فرط خوشحالی و ذوق زدگی هی بالا پایین میپرم که یه ذره آشپزی بلد بودن چقدرررررر از شهر دار شدن بهتره :)))))))) لول - ma∟ıĸ
Lahore is a beautiful city. - NajVal
:))))))))) سمیرا جون بیا دعوت گرفتم از خودمون :))))))) - پریســــــا
:-) بڑے دن ہو گۓ ادھر گۓ ہوۓ - saeedvasi
(: جی سعید بهائی میں سمجھ رہا ہوں آپ کیا کہہ رہے ہیں - ma∟ıĸ
Jandy
RT @valaafshar: Updated Maslow's hierarchy of needs https://twitter.com/ValaAfs...
RT @valaafshar: Updated Maslow's hierarchy of needs http://t.co/u5rcDsKyW7
Micah
RT if you invented the humblebrag!
While I didn't invent the humblebrag, I was able to get it included in the Oxford Dictionary. - Joe
While I didn't get it included in the Oxford Dictionary, I was able to get the tag #humblebrag to go viral. - Betsy
While I didn't make anything go viral I did get this great tattoo of a sea dragon on my little toe. - Todd Hoff
DB, Lil LB's Dad
In your career, regardless of profession, have you found it to be easier to receive a promotion at the place where you are (or were) currently employed or is it generally necessary to move to a different company to advance? For me it's been the latter. I'm curious what other's experiences have been.
I've found it easier in my last two jobs to be promoted where I am (the move between the two was a preference for location, and more of a lateral move.) That said, I think I'm the only person I know who has had that experience. - Jennifer Dittrich
For the most part, it's been the latter. I've had some luck in my earlier days with inside promotions and my current job is doing a decent job at it as well. All in all, once you get to those senior levels, it's hard to move up unless you are will to take on a different job. - Eric - Poppa Large
For those who feel it's the latter what do you feel that is attributable to? - DB, Lil LB's Dad
There is usually a policy in place for raises and promotions. I'm no good at politics, so that has a large influence. Normally building a tiny empire inside of a company is stupid and a waste of my time, so I don't bother with trying to make myself look good at all costs. Those people often move up in big companies. My approach is you get all you can when entering the door, because... more... - Eric - Poppa Large
I'll have to wait and see if anything changes now that I'm finally moving out of the realm of entry level or slightly above entry level positions. It has been my experience that "foot in the door" positions quickly morph into "foot stuck in the door" positions. Some of that is attributable to the quality of applicant that those types of positions attract but I have found that some of it is related to company culture and the inability to give the "promote from within" approach more than lip service. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
On the reverse end, in both of the workplaces where I was able to stay and be promoted/get raises, were jobs where I had very, very good managers who were committed to making sure people were recognized for their work, and wanted to retain good employees. We weren't seen as particularly replaceable. I'm terrible at office politics, so that wasn't really much of a factor - but both of those workplace environments discouraged that sort of thing. Cooperation was always rewarded more than self-promotion. - Jennifer Dittrich
Yeah, I wish I'd known about this years ago. I was operating on an outmoded idea of the workplace that was true for my parents but starting not to be true for my generation. I gave my energy and loyalty to places that turned out not to deserve them. - Spidra Webster
I'm not much of an office politician. I've always felt that my hard work should speak for itself. Admittedly that's been to my detriment over the years. I think a lot of that stemmed from a lack of confidence in myself. My last boss said in my most recent performance review that I need to strut my stuff more. Walk around with more swagger (for lack of a better term). Let people know I'm... more... - DB, Lil LB's Dad
Bump for input from folks who may have been actually working when I posted this earlier. - DB, Lil LB's Dad from Android
I would put myself somewhere on the work spectrum bordering over-confident. It's gotten me promotions/raises quickly everywhere I've worked. Serves me well as a small business owner now too. I just look at it as part of the job is selling the work you've done. Just doing good work should be enough, but people are weird. Also, I've always tried to the job of the person ahead of me. It makes their life much easier, that gets noticed. - SAM
Moving. It's because of competition. Inside a company competition goes against you. Everyone is competing for dollars from the same fix sized pot. When going to a different company competition goes for you. The hiring company is competing against the industry for you so you have a much better chance to capture the increases in industry wide salaries that you were probably missing while employed at one company. - Todd Hoff
Micah
These quizzes are getting harder.
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Jessie
This Restaurant Wants to Be the Worst Rated on Yelp, and the Reviews Are Indeed Hilarious | Adweek - http://www.adweek.com/adfreak...
This Restaurant Wants to Be the Worst Rated on Yelp, and the Reviews Are Indeed Hilarious | Adweek
"Owner David Cerretini, who tells SFGate that the promotion is "the best business move I have made in years," says the whole thing started when Yelp blackmailed him. Cerretini claims Yelp called him 20 times a week asking him to advertise. He did, to the tune of $270 for six months. But when he stopped advertising, he claims his reviews turned negative and one of his best reviews even vanished. That, according to Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, is something Yelp is legally entitled to do. So, Cerretini hatched his 1-star plan. Next to a sassy sign explaining how much it charges for extra marinara sauce ($3 for just a splash, $4 if you want some to smell), Botto Bistro lists its various offenses—from charging for bread to lacking ranch dressing—and suggests patrons give it a 1-star Yelp review in return for 25 percent off a pizza." - Jessie from Bookmarklet
"Beyond press, it has generated some of the best Amazon-esque reviews on Yelp. The site sent Botto Bistro a threatening little letter, but Cerretini refuses to back down, claiming he's attracting higher-paying customers who are quite loyal. Not to mention, damn funny." - Jessie
LOL the reviews: "My experience at this restaurant lasted for about two seconds. I went in, asked them if they have meatballs, and the waiter smirked at me, yelled "you can meet these balls!" and proceeded to flipping the table in front of him. 1 star because I never got to meet those balls...this place doesn't deliver on what they offer." - Jessie
""We don't have ice" "We don't have butter" You know what else they failed to add to that list? Walked in today only to find that they don't carry the iPhone 6 Plus. WTF." - Jessie
Yelp is such a quivering trashheap of a company anymore. I'm glad to see businesses fighting back. They've made it an awful forum for both customers and honest business owners. My stylist gets harassed constantly by Yelp, and one rep actually told her that if she doesn't pay for some service they offer, her business will likely never see any of its positive reviews. How awful. - Hookuh Tinypants
Yeah, Yelp constantly promotes to its users that businesses can't pay for positive reviews, but that weaselly language hides how they actually shake down businesses. - Andrew C (✔)
Is UrbanSpoon better? Who should I use for reviews? - Eric - Poppa Large
^People? *shudders* - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Eric, only eat at Pine State Biscuits in Portland. Ever. - SAM
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
RT @behindyourback: Pac-Man's just trying to eat everything he possibly can and get out of the party before any of the ghosts dudes can corner & talk to him.
It definitely puts a creepy spin on the premise of Ms. Pac-Man. - Victor Ganata
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: Unable to Can 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
Christina Pikas
Lovely weekend camping with the twins and my sister. So refreshing to have a partner to help with their care and with cooking, cleaning up. Weather was perfect. Hiking was awesome (prob last time with them in backpacks when they got tired. Great s'mores.
Andy Bakun
OH: "If I build something awesome and no one who can tell the difference ever knows was it really awesome?"
Jandy
Ariel: "I love this statue of Eric! It even has his eyes! Literally!" Okay, that went to a dark place. #TheUnhealthilyObsessedMermaid
Shannon - GlassMistress
The kiln had good things for me this morning. The plovers are my favorite. I'm planning on etching them
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all quite lovely. though the birds are my favorite. - MoTO: Team Marina
burda şişme yok - mehmet
LOL, Bee! - LB: Unable to Can
Glen Campbell
RT @jamiehannaford: :) "Boys wear skirts to class in protest after school fines trans girl for wearing skirt" http://www.advocate.com/politic...
RT @jamiehannaford: :) "Boys wear skirts to class in protest after school fines trans girl for wearing skirt" http://www.advocate.com/politics/transgender/2014/09/20/boys-wear-skirts-class-protest-after-school-fines-trans-girl-wearing
Awesome. - SAM
Michael W. May
Melly - #TeamMarina
Amit Patel
iOS 8 Changed How I Work on My iPhone and iPad – MacStories - http://www.macstories.net/stories...
iOS 8 Changed How I Work on My iPhone and iPad – MacStories
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Lots of information about iOS 8 notifications, custom keyboards, and other features - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
Yvonne Renee
My podiatrist rocks! Monday he gave me a quick diagnosis as to why I'm getting shooting pains in my right heel. Then Friday I got this message...
"I wanted to let you know that at the end of the day, when charting, I took the opportunity to review the last Xrays we took of the right foot. They show that one of the heads of the screws utilized in the fusion of your subtalar joint is close to the point of weight-bearing contact and may be partly - or even totally - responsible for the pain. That location is usually not one where you would feel the screw head, since it is adjacent to - but not on - the weight-bearing part of the heel bone. However, in the time since surgery, there may have been some change in the foot such as more forward tilting of the heel bone, coupled with some thinning of the fat pad under the heel, the screw head may become prominent enough to cause a problem. When you come in next time, we should get some XR's and try to correlate with the pain to see if that is the problem. If so, may need to consider screw removal. If that were to be the case, it is not a big surgery at all & is not a complicated recovery like the first surgery. Minimal disability. " - Yvonne Renee from FFHound!
His explanation makes total sense. Sooo happy he followed up! - Yvonne Renee from FFHound!
Yay! That's great! - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Mahdi
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
ME *brings kids mint chocolate chip ice cream* JOAQUIN *stares* ZOE Ice cream! *tastes* It tastes like toothpaste! ME Bwahahaha! JOAQUIN 😣
Ken Morley
On location in Iceland with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus - http://www.theverge.com/2014...
On location in Iceland with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
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It seems it's not possible to take a bad picture in Iceland. - Ken Morley
Very decent for a tiny cam - Mo Kargas
ma∟ıĸ
:)) - Posmo
بچ کے رہنا بھیا :)) - ifti
I'm sure I'm not gonna fail adhering to that!!! :-)) - chotA
((((: بڑی اچھی بات ہے - ma∟ıĸ
:-)) - chotA
Melly - #TeamMarina
Me: I love you. Emily: I love you. Now be quiet. #fb
that is your child, no doubt about it - MoTO: Team Marina
Mahdi
Take the Long Way Home: “Green Wave” Explains Bird Migration Routes | All About Birds - http://blog.allaboutbirds.org/2014...
Take the Long Way Home: “Green Wave” Explains Bird Migration Routes | All About Birds
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واااای.کِی بشه من بروم bird watching? :( - Primavera
خانم پریماورا از این تورهای پرنده نگری دیدم که تبلیغ میکنند میتونید با اینها برید. بیشتر برای تالاب میانکاله و تالاب انزلی هستند و یک سری برنامه های جانبی دیگه. البته خودم تالاب گمیشان رو ترجیح میدم. - Mahdi
واووو واقعاً؟؟؟تور هست ؟؟؟؟من چرا ندیدم. - Primavera
بله تورپرنده نگری هست. مورد جدیدی دیدم در تبلیغات خبرتون میکنم . - Mahdi
t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
Horses in downtown #athensga? OK, I'll roll with it.
Funny story: first drunk argument I've had with a lady friend in awhile. I thought she bailed on me at the dance party she wanted to go to, but turns out she ran off to see the horses. Which is legit. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
Not just bc horses, but she's also a horse person. Like grew up on a horse farm, owns a horse, etc. So I get it. Anyway, we squared it. It's just random and funny. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra from Android
نهال
صبح بخير - پژمان from iPhone
صبح شما هم بخیر - نهال
Spidra Webster
Sir John Franklin's doomed 1846 Northwest Passage expedition ship found in Canadian Arctic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) - http://www.abc.net.au/news...
Sir John Franklin's doomed 1846 Northwest Passage expedition ship found in Canadian Arctic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Sir John Franklin's doomed 1846 Northwest Passage expedition ship found in Canadian Arctic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
"The remains of one of two ships used by a former governor of Tasmania on a doomed Arctic mission in 1846 have been found, Canada says. HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, led by Sir John Franklin, a former governor of Van Diemen's Land, disappeared on a expedition to find the Northwest Passage, a sea route connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans through the Arctic. Now Canada's prime minister Stephen Harper has announced that the wreck of one of the ships has been found on the seabed. Sonar images released by Parks Canada showed the hull of the ship resting on the bottom, while underwater video showed shattered timbers and other wreckage. While enough information existed to confirm its authenticity, it remained unclear which of the two ships had actually been discovered. "This is truly a historic moment for Canada," Mr Harper said. "Franklin's ships are an important part of Canadian history given that his expeditions, which took place nearly 200 years ago, laid the foundations of Canada's... more... - Spidra Webster from Bookmarklet
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