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UniFlame LP Gas Outdoor Fire Bowl with Slate Tile

Limestone tiles are made from a compound of shells and bones from sea creatures that have settled over millions of years at the bottom of the sea. 333 more words

Outdoor

The Grey Matter Diaries

In the unconfirmed but supposed future – while you ease your way into consciousness – you may be able to use some electrical oomph to expand your cognitive talents. 313 more words

Slate

Innovagism: The Ability to be Innovative, by Reason of Advanced Age

Well, somebody better settle on a definition of ‘innovative’ first. Innovate – to make anew, is the base word from the dictionary. Every innovation that has come down through history is the result of somebody else’s hard work or research.  910 more words

First Rock of 2014

This beautifully hand painted rock with Daffodils is the first one of the season for G Paul P.

We are signing up for 2 show thus far- 19 more words

Hand Painted

The Uselessness of Stigma

An interesting article appeared recently on the web site of The Atlantic. The article, written by Conor Friedersdorf, was posted on the morning of April 10 and is entitled “Why Gay Marriage Opponents Should Not Be Treated Like Racists.” It was interesting both because of the way in which it addressed this issue and because of where it was published. 1,046 more words

Politics/Current Events

Love in the Time of Stupidity...

Slate’s Amanda Marcotte writes about a tech startup’s CEO’s experience with sexual harassment.

(Yunha Kim) shares an email she got from a developer she tried to hire, which reads: “I’m pretty happy with current job, but if you’re single I’d like to date you. 657 more words

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