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Rat Brain Cell Colander

I have decided that as a little tongue and cheek I will add a rat handle to my rat brain cell colander.  When I thought about it last week I had a giggle to myself about having a rat hanging on my wall and watching me whilst cooking my pasta in my shipping container.  101 more words

3D Print

this day in crime history: february 4, 1974

On this date in 1974, 19 year old heiress Patty Hearst was kidnapped from her Berkley, CA apartment by members of the Symbionese Liberation Army. The following April, she was photographed holding a weapon during a San Francisco bank robbery. 66 more words

True Crime

Army (SLA)

Army.lk, the Sri Lanka Army’s website, was archived for the first time on 2 February 2016.

Access the archive here.

Army

Deal announced for new SLA book

From Publisher’s Marketplace:

Becoming Jimi Hendrix co-author Brad Schreiber’s REVOLUTION’S END: The Patty Hearst Kidnapping, Mind Control and the Secret History of Donald DeFreeze and the SLA, the untold story of how a CIA operative helped establish the Symbionese Liberation Army in order to infiltrate the Left and discredit political activists, an act that resulted in the biggest political kidnapping of the 20th century, to Joseph Craig at Skyhorse, by Laurie Fox of the Linda Chester Literary Agency (World).” 163 more words

Books

The SLAs You Need for Predictive to Work | Lattice Engines

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SLA examples that are applicable to everything MarTech. Wonderful.

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NAWLA Vancouver - Speakers Confirmed

With the timeliness of SLA negotiations pending, we’re pleased to announce an all-star line-up of speakers is confirmed for this year’s North American Wholesale Lumber Association Regional Meeting at The Vancouver Club, April 21st: 70 more words

Industry

What's in your head? Van Patten on language teaching

In his video lectures What everyone should know about second language acquisition, Bill VanPatten attacks a number of myths about language learning and teaching. He claims  foreign language teachers don’t know about second language research findings, and so are unable to make teaching decisions based on this research. 340 more words