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Tracey Smith

Tracey Smith: SimpleReminders.com    

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Steve Moulden

Steve Moulden: Ralph Smith     One can hope that the board members realize how bad this continues to appear. Didn't one of the board members say "perception is reality" at a contentious meeting not so long ago?

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Reuben Danjuma

Reuben Danjuma: Reality has been relinquished what else do we need in life if not to seek after God.
(Nothing in life is worth fighting for. Ur best clothes is someone's rag, ur account bal is someone's church offering, ur gf/bf or fiance' was someone's Ex. Every single prostitute u see in a hotel or on the street at night was at some point in time a virgin. So what is d squabble all about? Life is too small to feel big or better than anybody. We're all naked to death says Steve Jobs. Nothing can save us from it. I hate to see people who Brag about wealth, beauty, intelligence, level of education, fame and material possessions. There's nothing u've achieved in life that no one else has never gotten. There's only one thing that is worth bragging which is "LIFE IN GOD ALMIGHTY". SO BE GOOD TO UR FELLOW MAN N ALWAYS MAKE FRIENDS.
Always remember that d people u trample upon on ur way up a ladder will be d same u'll pass on ur way down, so cause no problem 4 others cos if u do, they'll become ur very problem one day. Finally, even banana stems will one day become dried leaves. Pls don't be selfish , pass on to friends as we're all in one way or d other, guilty.

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Sheryl MacFarland

10152496738400318 Sheryl MacFarland: Timeline Photos     So what's it like to manage a Price Chopper and have to suddenly deliver a baby at the customer service desk? As we reported earlier today, it was a reality for this man on the right.

>>Watch Steve Flamisch's interview here: http://wnyt.tv/7ko51     OMG, this is awesome

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Steve Mack

Steve Mack: All that we know, see, hear, touch, taste, smell is based on thought. Our whole reality is an illusion based on our perception of what is manifested through thought. The speed of light is fast. The speed of thought is even faster, immediate. The law of attraction works because what we focus on by our thoughts is manifested in what we perceive as real. This happens because thought is what forms our realities. We are all connected. We are all one. We experience this 3D existence and the outcomes are directly manipulated through individual and collective thoughts.

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Steve Ness

Steve Ness: Christopher Reay    

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Imogen Clare Rogers

Imogen Clare Rogers: 18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently.    

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Steve Wood

Steve Wood: I will buy 20 bags of food on Monday for these animals. With all the members this group has could we not consider a regular monthly financial commitment to renting a safe zone for these animals until they are adopted? For instance, I think if we all gave 1€ a month we could keep on casa nicky and continue the good work she and her husband Phill has done and of course Elaine and a few others associated with this group. I personally think that this is easily achievable and also the group could employ someone to live in and be there full time to look after the animals. Makes sense to me and eliminates the problem of trying to find people to look after the animals. Reality check, 800 members 1€ a month = 800€ I have just spent 15€ on 3 bacardi and cokes. What a bloody waste.

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Steve Hancock

Steve Hancock: Flipping through channels....Dating Naked....What ever happened to andy Griffith, gun smoke, and stuff like that? I guess the new kick it not reality but naked reality. Naked and afraid, dating naked, some body painting naked show.... what is next? Naked gymnastics, naked amusement park rides, naked cooking, naked farming, naked construction.... What I do not expect to see is naked cross country skiing, naked biggest looser, naked and retired, naked and obese, naked in Alaska, naked muslim,,,,,

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Steve Daley

Steve Daley: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Virtual Reality     Is virtual reality a place to work? This interview with Jaron Lanier raises some lessons from the past 25 years. I like Lanier's take on the contrast between VR and real life. I guess that's the attraction for gamers. It's a space to escape. But it also raises the possibility of virtual offices where physical space is freed from the constraints of real estate. This would bring a whole new spatial significance to homeworking and hotdesking. Commuting to work would be reduced to putting on a VR headset. As robotics and drone tech improves alongside bandwidth, manufacturing might also become a virtual activity. That seems a far more interesting forecast than MMRPGs and simulators.

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Maria Curry

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