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Mushroom cuisines are world famous and why not they are so tempting. But to get to enjoy varieties of mushrooms would really mean something. Not all of them are readily available in super market and trust me you wouldn't want to go out looking for them in forests because you will never know which one to pick and which not. Here at http://growyourownmushrooms.net/ you will get articles about growing mushrooms and some mushrooms kits that you may try.
Lots of amazing artists and bands playing this free BOS show tonight! https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/1491033…
All of these songs are fantastic, but why 7? There are so many more Monochrome Set songs every reasonable human should know!
Please don't use images like this without warning. Many of your readers (surely I'm not the only L reader who works at a computer screen in a stuffy office) can get in serious trouble if they're caught with NSFW images onscreen.
As long as we can still bring our pooch in for one of those veggie chili dogs.
ok, the tag "sisters are NOT doing it for themselves", made my day. lol.
henry stewart - by cirtue of the song choices you chose, you clearly have no idea about what your talking about when it comes to the doors. It was the duo of Morrison and Manzarek that really set that band apart from their contemporaries.
i suspect that you wrote this article purely because the editor said that the L mag needed an article asap on manzarek to capitalize to his death. it's one thing to write an article about manzarek or the doors in memory of him and discussing his career, but instead you go on this hipster rant about how apparently "everyone" knows how uncool/unhip/non-trendy th doors are/were.
your writing makes you sound completely ignorant and arrogant, two character traits of an ohio transplant hipster douchebag who moved to nyc after college to re-invent themself as a fauxhemian "creative" type. its obnoxious "too-cool" poser transplants like you give nyc a bad name.
fyi - im not even a big doors fan, but know enough of their music to know that your selections make you come off as an extremely uninformed (while being pretentious.
please move back to ohio
I actually enjoy her style of writing and it is the main reason I read her articles (keep up the good work home girl)! That being said, I completely agree with the other comments in that her articles shouldn't really be utilized as a recap. I read it because I am a GoT fan and I am always willing to embrace others' interpretations of the most recent episode.
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Despite the fact that many believe that Facebook newsfeed content is predictable. For example, users in their teens and twenties share lots photos of themselves in nightclubs, users in their 30 share photos of their marriages and newborns and users in their 40s look for pictures of their friend’s aging children, Facebook has revolutionized the way that users CONNECT with one another and empowers users to SHARE with friends. No other service does this as well as Facebook. Twitter exists and has it’s own purpose. Twitter is the epitome of an interest graph. Twitter allows users to follow new interests or drop old interests effortlessly. Anyone who claims that Facebook is becoming boring is not being a proactive enough user to share photos and update their statuses with thoughts, quotes and beleifs. “Only boring people get bored” and I truly believe that. Re-evaluating friends and networking to find new and interesting friends who are proactive users sharing meaningful content will revitalize the facebook experience for users. As stated earlier, Twitter has it’s purpose but cannot replace Facebook and MySpace was a flop. What else can users ask for? I truly suggest for users to become more active with their accounts and re-evaluate friends BEFORE complaining about boredom with Facebook. Social media sites DO bring people together. Users cannot rely on facebook to physically connect people involuntarily. Users must live their lives and be proactive enough to engage friends, family and others well enough in person to be able to cherish the content shared on social media websites like facebook. Once again, only boring people get bored.
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I would normally agree with the other comments on this board. Or I'd simply stop reading the kind of postings those comments referred to. But with this series - Game of thrones - it's so densely packed with so many characters that I actually appreciate the depth of the recaps that Kristin Iversen writes.
I just make sure that I don't read them before I watch the actual episode.
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facebook? did I miss something?
I never got a facebook site because I don't want to spend my free time in front of a screen. I tried myspace a bit late and found it slow, difficult and not worth the effort, as well as creepy and disrespectful with advertising.
I expected facebook would be about the same and haven't learned anything to the contrary. People who like to follow internet fads enjoy the next new thing, but I like real contact with actual people and physically doing things. Anyone who wants me to have facebook, or twitter, or whatever the next fad is, can set it up and maintain it for me because I'm not doing it.
BTW, facebook might be trying to get a monopoly on internet discussion. There are some news and blog sites where the only way to post is with facebook. I was so disappointed when ChicagoNow became this way! I had really enjoyed that site. Luckily this trend doesn't seem to be taking off - so far.
"Welcome to the Machine . . . Where have you been? It's alright we know where you've been . . . What did you dream? It's alright we told you what to dream." I recommend a close reading of E.M Forster's "The Machine Stops" to all Facebook subscribers. The end of close, meaningful personal relationships is nigh.
facebook is boring and has too many ads. Your profile is scrutinized by the government and advertisers, whether you like it or not. The settings are confusing, and the security is minimal.
Worst of all, there is NO CHOICE but to delete your profile once you 'Disagree' to their terms.
facebook makes billions of dollars off of YOU and your info, and offers little or nothing in return.
What's your point. Facebook was always that way, which Is why I never really even log in.
I guess I see Facebook different than most people. It is an integral communication device in my life. I use it more than than phone calls and just as much if not more-so than texting or email. Where did this idea come from that Facebook is supposed to entertain you? My cell phone doesn't do tricks. I'm not going to throw it away. I have a phone number, an email adress, and a facebook page, and I see no need to have anything else. Everyone keeps telling me they're switching to instagram or twitter, which are to me just separate, but admittedly in some cases streamlined, ways of doing the same things I already can do. But, I do not want to fragment my social contacts, I want to simplify. I look at my Facebook news feed and besides the ads, I don't see anything I don't want to see. And if there is something I don't want I remove it. Facebook doesn't read your mind. And if everyone starts using instagram, guess what? Your parents are just going to start using that too, and then you're on to the next newer thing. No one stopped using phones because too many people had them.
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