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Sarah Rios has been at 2 events

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WordCamp Central128If you are a WordCamp organizer in pre-planning or active planning, join us for our bi-weekly WordCamp Organizers' Orientation and hangout. I'll cover some basic aspects of the WordCamp program, pro tips for easier planning, and special tools for organizers. There will be the chance to ask questions. This event is useful for new organizers AND experienced organizers! Experienced organizers, we may have added new features or programs since you last organized a WordCamp, so it's worth joining this event or watching a recently recorded orientation. :)WordCamp Organizer Orientation2014-05-28 17:55:003  
Sarah Rios42,642*WHOVIANS* Mark your calendars... and your arms. http://imgur.com/lP0i5Xj (Original post: https://plus.google.com/u/0/101453162215777563254/posts/ED4yBRm41su) *Edit:* Facebook event - https://www.facebook.com/events/150522868436180THE SILENCE2013-04-23 08:00:001292  

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Most comments: 51

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2016-01-03 13:51:46 (51 comments; 0 reshares; 47 +1s)Open 

RIOS IS SICK

Headache, body aches, and sore throat. I love you too, 2016?

Most reshares: 50

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2016-01-30 05:44:26 (10 comments; 50 reshares; 63 +1s)Open 

PSA

Voting is important.

Most plusones: 67

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2016-01-06 02:42:09 (5 comments; 4 reshares; 67 +1s)Open 

I laughed so hard at this I choked. 

Latest 50 posts

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2016-02-12 03:16:38 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

___

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2016-02-12 00:43:22 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 41 +1s)Open 

DEADPOOL

Theater shenanigans with +Cindy Grotz​ and Nedthing!

DEADPOOL

Theater shenanigans with +Cindy Grotz​ and Nedthing!___

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2016-02-11 18:53:56 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

GRAVITATIONAL WAVES

Explained beautifully.

We have observed gravitational waves!

This morning, the LIGO observatory announced a historic event: for the very first time in history, we have observed a pair of black holes colliding, not by light (which they don't emit), but by the waves in spacetime itself that they form. This is a tremendously big deal, so let me try to explain why.

What's a gravitational wave?

The easiest way to understand General Relativity is to imagine that the universe is a big trampoline. Imagine a star as a bowling ball, sitting in the middle of it, and a spaceship as a small marble that you're shooting along the trampoline. As the marble approaches the bowling ball, it starts to fall along the stretched surface of the trampoline, and curve towards the ball; depending on how close it passes to the ball and how fast, it might fall and hit it. 

If you looked at this from above, you wouldn't see the stretching of the trampoline; it would just look black, and like the marble was "attracted" towards the bowling ball.

This is basically how gravity works: mass (or energy) stretches out space (and time), and as objects just move in what looks like a straight path to them, they curve towards heavy things, because spacetime itself is bent. That's Einstein's theory of Relativity, first published in 1919, and (prior to today) almost every aspect of it had been verified by experiment.

Now imagine that you pick up a bowling ball and drop it, or do something else similarly violent on the trampoline. Not only is the trampoline going to be stretched, but it's going to bounce -- and if you look at it in slow-motion, you'll see ripples flowing along the surface of the trampoline, just like you would if you dropped a bowling ball into a lake. Relativity predicts ripples like that as well, and these are gravitational waves. Until today, they had only been predicted, never seen.

(The real math of relativity is a bit more complicated than that of trampolines, and for example gravitational waves stretch space and time in very distinctive patterns: if you held a T-square up and a gravitational wave hit it head-on,  you would see first one leg compress and the other stretch, then the other way round)

The challenge with seeing gravitational waves is that gravity is very weak (after all, it takes the entire mass of the Earth to hold you down!) and so you need a really large event to emit enough gravity waves to see it. Say, two black holes colliding off-center with each other.

So how do we see them?

We use a trick called laser interferometry, which is basically a fancy T-square. What you do is you take a laser beam, split it in two, and let each beam fly down the length of a large L. At the end of the leg, it hits a mirror and bounces back, and you recombine the two beams.

The trick is this: lasers (unlike other forms of light) form very neat wave patterns, where the light is just a single, perfectly regular, wave. When the two beams recombine, you therefore have two overlapping waves -- and if you've ever watched two ripples collide, you'll notice that when waves overlap, they cancel in spots and reinforce each other in spots. As a result, if the relative length of the legs of the L changes, the amount of cancellation will change -- and so, by monitoring the brightness of the re-merged light, you can see if something changed the length of one leg and not the other.

LIGO (the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) consists of a pair of these, one in Livingston, Louisiana, and one in Hartford, Washington, three thousand kilometers apart. Each leg of each L is four kilometers long, and they are isolated from ambient ground motion and vibration by a truly impressive set of systems.

If a gravitational wave were to strike LIGO, it would create a very characteristic compression and expansion pattern first in one L, then the other. By comparing the difference between the two, and looking for that very distinctive pattern, you could spot gravity waves.

How sensitive is this? If you change the relative length of the legs of an L by a fraction of the wavelength of the light, you change the brightness of the merged light by a predictable amount. Since measuring the brightness of light is something we're really good at (think high-quality photo-sensors), we can spot very small fractions of a wavelength. In fact, the LIGO detector can currently spot changes of one attometer (10⁻¹⁸ of a meter), or about one-thousandth the size of an atomic nucleus. (Or one hundred-millionth the size of an atom!) It's expected that we'll be able to improve that by a factor of three in the next few years.

So what did LIGO see?

About 1.5 billion light years away, two black holes -- one weighing about 29 times as much as the Sun, the other 36 -- collided with  each other. As they drew closer, their gravity caused them to start to spiral inwards towards each other, so that in the final moments before the collision they started spinning around each other more and more quickly, up to a peak speed of 250 orbits per second. This started to fling gravity waves in all directions with great vigor, and when they finally collided, they formed a single black hole, 62 times the mass of the Sun. The difference -- three solar masses -- was all released in the form of pure energy.

Within those final few milliseconds, the collision was 50 times brighter than the entire rest of the universe combined. All of that energy was emitted in the form of gravitational waves: something to which we were completely blind until today.

Are we sure about that?

High-energy physics has become known for extreme paranoia about the quality of its data. The confidence level required to declare a "discovery" in this field is technically known as 5σ, translating to a confidence level of 99.99994%. That takes into account statistical anomalies and so on, but you should take much more care when dealing with big-deal discoveries; LIGO does all sorts of things for that. For example, their computers are set up to routinely inject false signals into the data, and they don't "open up the box" to reveal whether a signal was real or faked until after the entire team has finished analyzing the data. (This lets you know that your system would detect a real signal, and it has the added benefit that the people doing the data analysis never know if it's the real thing or not when they're doing the analysis -- helping to counter any unconscious tendency to bias the data towards "yes, it's really real!")

There are all sorts of other tricks like that, and generally LIGO is known for the best practices of data analysis basically anywhere. From the analysis, they found a confidence level of 5.1σ -- enough to count as a confirmed discovery of a new physical phenomenon.

(That's equal to a p-value of 3.4*10⁻⁷, for those of you from fields that use those)

So why is this important?

Well, first of all, we just observed a new physical phenomenon for the first time, and confirmed the last major part of Einstein's theory. Which is pretty cool in its own right.

But as of today, LIGO is no longer just a physics experiment: it is now an astronomical observatory. This is the first gravity-wave telescope, and it's going to let us answer questions that we could only dream about before.

Consider that the collision we saw emitted a tremendous amount of energy, brighter than everything else in the sky combined, and yet we were blind to it. How many more such collisions are happening? How does the flow of energy via gravitational wave shape the structure of galaxies, of galactic clusters, of the universe as a whole? How often do black holes collide, and how do they do it? Are there ultramassive black holes which shape the movement of entire galactic clusters, the way that supermassive ones shape the movement of galaxies, but which we can't see using ordinary light at all, because they aren't closely surrounded by stars?

Today's discovery is more than just a milestone in physics: it's the opening act of a much bigger step forward.

What's next?

LIGO is going to keep observing! We may also revisit an old plan (scrapped when the politics broke down) for another observatory called LISA, which instead of using two four-kilometer L's on the Earth, consists of a big triangle of lasers, with their vertices on three satellites orbiting the Sun. The LISA observatory (and yes, this is actually possible with modern technology) would be able to observe motions of roughly the same size as LIGO -- one attometer -- but as a fraction of a leg five million kilometers long. That gives us, shall we say, one hell of a lot better resolution. And because it doesn't have to be shielded from things like the vibrations of passing trucks, in many ways it's actually simpler than LIGO.

(The LISA Pathfinder mission, a test satellite to debug many of these things, was launched on December 3rd)

The next twenty years are likely to lead to a steady stream of discoveries from these observatories: it's the first time we've had a fundamentally new kind of telescope in quite a while. (The last major shift in this was probably Hubble, our first optical telescope in space, above all the problems of the atmosphere)

The one catch is that LIGO and LISA don't produce pretty pictures; you can think of LIGO as a gravity-wave camera that has exactly two pixels. If the wave hits Louisiana first, it came from the south; if it hits Washington first, it came from the north. (This one came from the south, incidentally; it hit Louisiana seven milliseconds before Washington) It's the shift in the pixels over time that lets us see things, but it's not going to look very visually dramatic. We'll have to wait quite some time until we can figure out how to build a gravitational wave telescope that can show us a clear image of the sky in these waves; but even before that, we'll be able to tease out the details of distant events of a scale hard to imagine.

You can read the full paper at http://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.116.061102 , including all of the technical details. Many congratulations to the entire LIGO team: you've really done it. Amazing.

Incidentally, Physical Review Letters normally has a strict four-page max; the fact that they were willing to give this article sixteen pages shows just how big a deal this is.___GRAVITATIONAL WAVES

Explained beautifully.

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2016-02-11 14:24:54 (16 comments; 1 reshares; 54 +1s)Open 

GUYS. HEY GUYS.

IT'S DEADPOOL DAY.

GUYS. HEY GUYS.

IT'S DEADPOOL DAY.___

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2016-02-10 18:32:46 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

MUSIC BOMB

Bey is queen.

This is my new favorite jam. The beat is killer. ___MUSIC BOMB

Bey is queen.

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2016-02-09 16:42:42 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

DEMOCRATS

Yep.

'Don’t get me wrong: I’m not won over by Bernie, either, and I sure as hell don’t believe he’ll overthrow capitalism by running on the Democratic ticket. But if the generation born to endless war, boundless student debt, toxic Islamophobia, and “I can’t breathe” is shunning Clinton in favor of someone who calls himself a socialist —and it is, by a 70-point margin as I write this—consider, please, that we might have better reasons than a desire to impress “Bernie bros.”'___DEMOCRATS

Yep.

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2016-02-09 04:03:15 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

DEADPOOL

Yeah I forgot the link in the last post. Anyway. Ohhhhhh Cindyyyyyyy...

+Cindy Grotz​

DEADPOOL

Yeah I forgot the link in the last post. Anyway. Ohhhhhh Cindyyyyyyy...

+Cindy Grotz​___

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2016-02-09 03:13:39 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

MUSIC MONDAY

Another one that regularly gets stuck in my head. The kids request it now too :)

MUSIC MONDAY

Another one that regularly gets stuck in my head. The kids request it now too :)___

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2016-02-09 03:10:14 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

MUSIC MONDAY

I haven't watched the video yet as of this posting, but the song regularly gets stuck in my head.

MUSIC MONDAY

I haven't watched the video yet as of this posting, but the song regularly gets stuck in my head.___

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2016-02-08 02:55:05 (3 comments; 10 reshares; 29 +1s)Open 

FOODIES

Yooooooooooooo.

Guacamole Onion Rings

Here’s what you will need:

3 avocados, ripe
1 lime
1 tomato, diced and drained of excess water
1/4 cup cilantro, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp chili powder
2 small-medium yellow onions
Flour
2 eggs, beaten
2 cups panko bread crumbs
Oil for frying

Directions:

In a medium mixing bowl, mash avocados with the juice of one lime. Mix in chopped tomato, cilantro, garlic, salt, and chili powder.
Cut onion into 1/2-inch slices. Carefully separate the layers into individual rings. On a wax paper–lined tray, lay out onion rings and fill each with guacamole. Place tray in freezer until solid (about one hour).
Add flour, beaten eggs, and panko bread crumbs to three separate bowls. Remove frozen guacamole rings from freezer. Roll each first in flour, then egg, then bread crumbs. Coat once more in egg and a final time in bread crumbs.
In a large saucepan, heat oil to 350˚F (180˚C). Fry guacamole onion rings in batches until nicely browned on all sides. Place on paper towel–lined plate to drain off any excess oil. Sprinkle with salt and lime juice. Serve with sour cream.
via http://bzfd.it/1S3VqOd___FOODIES

Yooooooooooooo.

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2016-02-08 02:42:42 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 21 +1s)Open 

DEMOCRATS

This is why I do not respect Clinton nearly as much as Sanders. What was she thinking? She just alienated a whole generation of voters.

So apparently Clinton recruited Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem to the cause, and at a rally in New Hampshire, Albright suggested that "there's a special place in hell" for young women who don't support Clinton. Which is terrible. But if that's not bad enough, Steinem actually slut-shamed millennial women, suggesting that the only reason they would support Bernie Sanders -- whom she called "an honorary woman" in 1996 -- is so that they can get boys.

https://www.rt.com/usa/331671-clinton-steinem-albright-backlash/

If one of the male Republican candidates had said that, I can't imagine the rage that would have filled my stream, but that's beside the point. Clinton is supposed to be this super-adept politician, the clear capable choice, but then to address a stunning gap among young women voters, she turns to a pair of octogenarians??

Even if they hadn't BOTH stuck their feet in their mouths, what exactly were they supposed to do for her? As it stands, the Clinton campaign basically just picked a fight with young women everywhere.___DEMOCRATS

This is why I do not respect Clinton nearly as much as Sanders. What was she thinking? She just alienated a whole generation of voters.

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2016-02-03 18:28:55 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 15 +1s)Open 

GHOSTBUSTERS

My body is ready.

GHOSTBUSTERS

My body is ready.___

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2016-02-03 13:15:43 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 19 +1s)Open 

READER MINIONS

Life goals: sweet home library.

Doug Sr. Home Library
Follow the link, it's huge! http://goo.gl/wYMUpt___READER MINIONS

Life goals: sweet home library.

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2016-02-02 23:45:34 (13 comments; 0 reshares; 40 +1s)Open 

HI PLOOS

HOW'S IT GO?

HI PLOOS

HOW'S IT GO?___

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2016-02-02 17:43:43 (9 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

TINY HOUSE HUNTERS

Okay so this episode was on last night and I just.

This [terribly designed] blog accurately sums up my reaction while watching.

These crazy people thought putting a family of 6 (youngest are twins and potty training!) into a tiny house was somehow a good idea. There is a link in there to the family's blog, but I desperately need HGTV to follow up with these people and see how they're functioning now.

Seriously. Find this episode online and grab your popcorn. Prepare for ultra WTFness.

TINY HOUSE HUNTERS

Okay so this episode was on last night and I just.

This [terribly designed] blog accurately sums up my reaction while watching.

These crazy people thought putting a family of 6 (youngest are twins and potty training!) into a tiny house was somehow a good idea. There is a link in there to the family's blog, but I desperately need HGTV to follow up with these people and see how they're functioning now.

Seriously. Find this episode online and grab your popcorn. Prepare for ultra WTFness.___

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2016-02-02 03:40:10 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

Random LOLs
#FoundItOnTumblr edition

These are excellent paint colors and I wish to see an entire store's worth.

Random LOLs
#FoundItOnTumblr edition

These are excellent paint colors and I wish to see an entire store's worth.___

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2016-01-30 05:44:26 (10 comments; 50 reshares; 63 +1s)Open 

PSA

Voting is important.

PSA

Voting is important.___

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2016-01-30 05:26:40 (4 comments; 4 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

ART MINIONS

eeeeeEEEEEEEeeeeeEEEEEeeeeEEEEEEE!!!!

Oh sweet gott in himmel!
:: swoon::

Paging +Bliss Morgan​ and +Amanda Rachelle Warren​ and +Cindy Grotz​ and +Sarah Rios​ and +Cyndi S. Jameson​ and pretty much all the rest of you, too

___ART MINIONS

eeeeeEEEEEEEeeeeeEEEEEeeeeEEEEEEE!!!!

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2016-01-30 00:12:22 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

FOODIES

This is our new favorite :D

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/shortcut-shepherds-pie.html

FOODIES

This is our new favorite :D

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/shortcut-shepherds-pie.html___

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2016-01-27 17:45:48 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

ART

When I make my future fortune I'm going to have someone design me a thing like this. LOOK AT IT.

Yooooooooooooo this HOUSE tho___ART

When I make my future fortune I'm going to have someone design me a thing like this. LOOK AT IT.

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2016-01-27 16:06:26 (18 comments; 4 reshares; 22 +1s)Open 

AWESOME

This is not a drill. I repeat, this is not a drill.

I'm sure +Aaron Crocco has already seen this...?
http://www.wfsb.com/story/31067092/delorean-going-back-into-production___AWESOME

This is not a drill. I repeat, this is not a drill.

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2016-01-24 23:59:26 (1 comments; 8 reshares; 39 +1s)Open 

INSPIRATION

via +Tejas Richard​

Happy Sunday, fellow skin socks.___INSPIRATION

via +Tejas Richard​

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2016-01-24 03:21:03 (10 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

COMMERCIAL LOLs

Just saw this on TV. You're welcome.

COMMERCIAL LOLs

Just saw this on TV. You're welcome.___

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2016-01-23 19:17:44 (7 comments; 3 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

MAP PORN

Also of interest to word nerds!

Well, here's a weirdly fascinating way to kill some time.  They've divided up the entire planet into 3x3m squares indicated by a unique combination of three words.  I have some doubts to as to the utility of such a project, but it's kind of fascinating to look through and see what places are assigned what combinations.

So far, my favorites are that my childhood bedroom is words.display.upon, and the entrance to the Enchanted Tiki Room is reading.worker.skims.

And yes, of course I found this on Tumblr.___MAP PORN

Also of interest to word nerds!

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2016-01-23 05:04:35 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 20 +1s)Open 

Random LOLs

Guys. Hey guys. Hey.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!___Random LOLs

Guys. Hey guys. Hey.

2016-01-23 04:21:20 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

Random Post Is Random

Sophie the St Bernard: hey I need to go out and do my business

Me: okay

Sophie: sweet thanks I'm just gonna lie down in the snow and chew this stick okay?

Me: .....

Random Post Is Random

Sophie the St Bernard: hey I need to go out and do my business

Me: okay

Sophie: sweet thanks I'm just gonna lie down in the snow and chew this stick okay?

Me: .....___

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2016-01-20 23:26:01 (4 comments; 2 reshares; 23 +1s)Open 

9 PLANETS

It's almost official. Wonder who will be the first person to lay eyes on it?

DUDE WHAT

http://www.caltech.edu/news/caltech-researchers-find-evidence-real-ninth-planet-49523___9 PLANETS

It's almost official. Wonder who will be the first person to lay eyes on it?

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2016-01-20 04:11:01 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

FOODIES

Tacos.

I've got some deliciousness cooking up on my blog today with a New Blog Post and Recipe
Fusion Street Tacos Perfect for your next taco night or game day get together!
They're super easy to make and oh so delicious!!

Click on this link for a printable copy of my recipe http://goo.gl/D7Sr9m

Fusion Street Tacos
Ingredients
2 12 ounce bags NatureRaised Farms® Southern Style Chicken Strips
1 bag Alexia® Sweet Potato Fries
1 cup sweet chili sauce
1 cup pineapple finely diced
1 cup cantaloupe or mango finely diced
½ red onion finely diced
1 tbsp cilantro finely diced
1 cup bleu cheese crumbles
20 small flour tortillas

Instructions
preheat oven to 400 degrees
place finely diced pineapple, cantaloupe, red onion and cilantro in a bowl and mix well. Add a squeeze of lime and a pinch of sea salt and mix well. Place in the refrigerator until fish is ready.
place sweet potato fries and chicken on cookie sheet and bake for 16-18 minutes. Remove chicken from pan.
Cut chicken in chunks and drizzle the sweet chili sauce over the pieces. Return chicken to cookie sheet and continue baking along with fries for 10 minutes longer.
While chicken and fries are heating begin heating the flour tortillas on a griddle, keeping them warm in clean towel until ready to use.
Gather all your ingredients in bowls and let everyone have fun building the fusion street tacos.

- See more at: http://www.askchefdennis.com/2016/01/fusion-street-tacos/

‪#‎FarmtoFlavorrecipes‬ ‪#‎ad‬ #askchefdennis #recipeoftheday___FOODIES

Tacos.

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2016-01-17 02:57:55 (3 comments; 6 reshares; 26 +1s)Open 

FOODIES

Well now I know what I'm staying up late to make.

Via +Robert MacAnthony​

OMG.

http://www.sugarhero.com/deep-fried-chocolate-chip-cookie-dough/___FOODIES

Well now I know what I'm staying up late to make.

Via +Robert MacAnthony​

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2016-01-08 21:23:03 (11 comments; 1 reshares; 26 +1s)Open 

DAREDEVIL

My body is ready.

via +Jaime Cooper

DAREDEVIL

My body is ready.

via +Jaime Cooper___

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2016-01-07 19:27:56 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 19 +1s)Open 

PSA

I love the smell of scammers in the morning in the afternoon.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/amtech-corporation-los-angeles

PSA

I love the smell of scammers in the morning in the afternoon.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/amtech-corporation-los-angeles___

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2016-01-06 15:42:25 (12 comments; 0 reshares; 43 +1s)Open 

SICKNESS

Little Man also has strep now. Puddin' and Nedthing seem to be spared, at least for now. Damn contagions.

SICKNESS

Little Man also has strep now. Puddin' and Nedthing seem to be spared, at least for now. Damn contagions.___

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2016-01-06 02:42:09 (5 comments; 4 reshares; 67 +1s)Open 

STAR WARS LOLs

ehehehehe

I laughed so hard at this I choked. ___STAR WARS LOLs

ehehehehe

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2016-01-06 02:38:26 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 22 +1s)Open 

WHAT

I saw the names and then saw "sci-fi" right after and I'm sold without any more details.

GIVE IT TO ME NOW.

We can't wait to see this movie!___WHAT

I saw the names and then saw "sci-fi" right after and I'm sold without any more details.

GIVE IT TO ME NOW.

2016-01-05 17:42:24 (13 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

FOODIES

Those of you in the KC area, this restaurant is legit. Not a lot of foreign food around here (at least compared to Colorado and other more diverse states), and not a lot of it is up to standard, but this place should not be skipped.

FOODIES

Those of you in the KC area, this restaurant is legit. Not a lot of foreign food around here (at least compared to Colorado and other more diverse states), and not a lot of it is up to standard, but this place should not be skipped.___

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2016-01-05 13:50:39 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 37 +1s)Open 

RIOS IS SICK

You know you're sick when excessive amounts of sriracha with your eggs is only mildly spicy. Like my nose is not even running.

RIOS IS SICK

You know you're sick when excessive amounts of sriracha with your eggs is only mildly spicy. Like my nose is not even running.___

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2016-01-03 13:51:46 (51 comments; 0 reshares; 47 +1s)Open 

RIOS IS SICK

Headache, body aches, and sore throat. I love you too, 2016?

RIOS IS SICK

Headache, body aches, and sore throat. I love you too, 2016?___

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2016-01-01 14:21:34 (5 comments; 7 reshares; 20 +1s)Open 

NEW YEARS FITNESS

Get a good start on the new year, little minions <3

January Challenge: Only 10 minutes a day for 30 days. ___NEW YEARS FITNESS

Get a good start on the new year, little minions <3

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2016-01-01 05:52:37 (20 comments; 0 reshares; 66 +1s)Open 

RIOS AND CINDY

HEPPEH NOO YERR! #shenanigans

RIOS AND CINDY

HEPPEH NOO YERR! #shenanigans___

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2016-01-01 02:27:51 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

FOUND IT ON TUMBLR

Tumblr is the best.

In honor of the end of 2015, here are 20 or so times this year that my Tumblr dash displayed some amusing juxtaposition.___FOUND IT ON TUMBLR

Tumblr is the best.

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2015-12-31 22:05:34 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 50 +1s)Open 

Random Post Is Random

'Lo! It is almost the New Year! And there is a terrible lack of access to chocolate happening right now!

Rios's work brain is 300% done for the day year. Am going cross-eyed. Need escape.

What you little minions up to tonight? Who is crashing our house? Where is my hair tie? Are we there yet?

Waffles.

Random Post Is Random

'Lo! It is almost the New Year! And there is a terrible lack of access to chocolate happening right now!

Rios's work brain is 300% done for the day year. Am going cross-eyed. Need escape.

What you little minions up to tonight? Who is crashing our house? Where is my hair tie? Are we there yet?

Waffles.___

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2015-12-31 14:08:04 (6 comments; 2 reshares; 61 +1s)Open 

LASER POINTERS

Resistance is futile.

Via +Yonatan Zunger​

Apparently everything alive will chase the red laser dot...___LASER POINTERS

Resistance is futile.

Via +Yonatan Zunger​

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2015-12-30 15:55:07 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 23 +1s)Open 

PSA

This is a great guideline!

via private share

PSA

This is a great guideline!

via private share___

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2015-12-29 12:12:18 (17 comments; 3 reshares; 34 +1s)Open 

SCIENCE IS AWESOME
Most Definitely NSFW Edition

And so is sex! (Also check comments on original post!)

This very not safe for work video is almost indistinguishable from pornography -- with one exception: it's meant to illustrate penis-in-vagina sex for scientific purposes, and comes equipped with the necessary voiceover and interview snippets.

In a nod to William Masters and Virginia Johnson, a couple had cameras attached to various body parts -- namely, the vaginal canal, the base of the penis, the chest -- to enable the viewer to see sex from the perspective of the body.

Probably the best money shot you'll ever see.___SCIENCE IS AWESOME
Most Definitely NSFW Edition

And so is sex! (Also check comments on original post!)

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2015-12-28 15:16:21 (14 comments; 4 reshares; 44 +1s)Open 

READER MINIONS

Yoooooooooooooo.

READER MINIONS

Yoooooooooooooo.___

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2015-12-26 14:27:17 (30 comments; 0 reshares; 26 +1s)Open 

Random Post Is Random

So. Internet. I am coloring, as one does, and can't decide on the next color to use. Current colors are minty green, metallic gold, and dark blue.

WHAT COLOR SHOULD I USE NEXT?

Random Post Is Random

So. Internet. I am coloring, as one does, and can't decide on the next color to use. Current colors are minty green, metallic gold, and dark blue.

WHAT COLOR SHOULD I USE NEXT?___

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2015-12-26 04:15:44 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 15 +1s)Open 

NEW YEARS

Via many of my minions.

Pass it on twice... Today and after today, or we will forever look at you just like a beyond pitiful #Facebook addict user

Via +Jack Malchow via +cindy tibbetts___NEW YEARS

Via many of my minions.

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2015-12-25 13:10:41 (3 comments; 6 reshares; 40 +1s)Open 

DEADPOOL

So, you know. NSFW. But then you probably guessed that. 8)

The guy in the Red Suit came!!








I may have too..... ___DEADPOOL

So, you know. NSFW. But then you probably guessed that. 8)

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