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2015 Final MLB Standings Predictions

It’s finally March, which means baseball is finally here.

Over the course of the next few days, each and every team around Major League Baseball will put their team on display in live games for the first time in 2015. 214 more words

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You are free now to learn from the past, wisely improve the present, and go forth to meet the future loving God more, and the wide world before you in which to labor and wait.  112 more words

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Crafting in ESO: Writ Certification Part 1

One of the systems I like most in The Elder Scrolls Online is the crafting. I am not a dedicated crafter in any MMO but I look forward to it as additional gameplay and I want crafting that is deeper than the gather, queue, and wait motif that games like World of Warcraft offer. 1,436 more words

2.28: Pictures

It was cooler and rainy Saturday morning, wet enough that I wondered if there would be a full workout. But the rain moved on and everything was normal. 87 more words

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I Ate A Bakery

On a day that you’re invited over for tea, do not eat anything beforehand!  And no sweets for at least two days beforehand.  Yesterday, at a delightful afternoon tea with about 12 guests and fancy china, I was offered (and it’s rude to refuse) oranges swimming in orange flower water, freshly chunked pineapple, a yellow sponge cake layered with cream and jam, chocolate topped meringues with tiny pieces of dried apricot, hand dusted dark chocolate truffles, lemon meringue cake, almond semolina with citrus cream, crémant, and of course, tea!   41 more words

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Every day treat yourself that no evil suggestion nor argument can swerve you or frighten you — or deter you from healing and doing just what is needed here.   50 more words

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From the Pages of Vine Line: Minor League Prospectus, Part 6 - Impressive Arms

Jen-Ho Tseng is one of the many impressive arms in the Cubs system. (Photo courtesy Kane County Cougars)

As evidenced by the additions of players like Jon Lester and Miguel Montero, the Cubs front office is transitioning from a period in which it focused primarily on bringing in assets to help improve the future of the franchise to an extended period in which they expect to compete every year at the big league level. 789 more words

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