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80 Million Americans Have Never Heard of Hummus

This makes me sad.

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"People say they want to be in risky environments and do all kinds of exciting stuff. But they don’t actually know what risk means, that risk actually does bring failure and mistakes."

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Got asked to leave community group this week. In love of course. Feeling warm and fuzzy for sure. I suppose this bridge had to be crossed at some point. I totally get why someone would just want to ditch God altogether at this point.

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Everything About These Pictures Of A Tiny, Adventurous Lego Photographer is Awesome

"As soon as my kids discovered the camera accessory at the Lego store, which fits in the hand of a mini-figure, I worked out a way to start placing the character in my day-to-day shots and he became a cohesive element. For the whole year, I really never left home without the figure.”

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Facts Schmacts

Rather than facts driving beliefs, our beliefs can dictate the facts we chose to accept. They can cause us to twist facts so they fit better with our preconceived notions. Worst of all, they can lead us to uncritically accept bad information just because it reinforces our beliefs. This reinforcement makes us more confident we’re right, and even less likely to listen to any new information.

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Even in the silent film era, when full orchestras would perform a score live as a movie flickered overhead, we have expected our movies to have sound. Yet we don’t have the same expectations of reading. Why not? Why shouldn’t a book, or even a comic book, have its own score? That’s the idea behind the Otowa, a charming device that merges a mechanical organ with a Japanese manga to create an adorably analog multimedia experience.

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