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i live on coffee and stardust

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ooh. there goes blue bottle.

FWIW, I never really was a fan of their single origins. Always roasted a touch too light in my opinion. Blends were better; Three Africas is my favorite of theirs.

Gonna continue to support relatively local roasters like Verve, which has never let me down.

Actually, now that I think about it, Peet's coffee itself got better after buying Intelligentsia and Stumptown...

Nearly 60 years later, prolific (and rather genius) aerospace engineer Burt Rutan designed and built the Rutan Model 202 Boomerang. I love unique designs like this.

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    2. Don't feel like you've "lost money" every time the price drops.

Thank you. I think I'm gonna hold it for a while for sure. At my volume the fees will eat away if I trade regularly anyways.

And I'm not sinking in a ton of money; that's what my Roth IRA is for haha

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Edit: actually, what makes them sketchy?

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Thanks bl00. Appreciate it.

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have you read the one about the AT? need opinion.

But if it is a big gob of oat goo? Two by two and one oat goo cup is set!

lol. All I got to say.

Yeah, I had tried it and it wasn't working so I submitted it (again). all good now though! :)

Yeah you gotta comb for the stuff now. I only visit occasionally but sometimes that visit surfaces gems like this!

The daily beast is fine, you might want to have a closer look if your phone is compromised.

We will be examining the data coming out of telescopes like Hubble and (when it launches) James Webb for many years to come. The beauty of astrophysics and astronomy is that the data never becomes useless -- there could always be some new discovery that is discovered with the help of, or bolstered by, older data.

Plus, there's Curiosity on Mars, too!

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