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Family Seder Recipe: Leg of Lamb With Rosemary and Garlic from The Real Food Cookbook

I like that the culinary centerpiece -- the sacrificial lamb -- of the Seder meal matches the season. Many cooks serve brisket, but I prefer the symbolism of lamb, and I never promised you a traditional Seder. We always have a green salad at this meal, although it's not terribly traditional either, …

When You See It Optical Illusion

So, how are all of you doing out there today? I definitely hope you’re doing well. As I said yesterday, I’m feeling a bit under the weather, but I’m …

This Optical Illusion Will Blow You Away

How’s everyone’s weekend going at this point? It’s Saturday morning here and I’m sitting here with a nice, fresh cup of coffee while I post up this</b> …

April 1, 2014 So I shot this man during my #24hourproject series last week but found it too naked of an image to just throw up irresponsibly. But his eyes stalked me, like the way it was conceived, I would see his eyes staring back at me in the mirror, so I sat down and wrote these words. "The Silent Shout" (Unfinished, Unedited) And in his eyes He held his tongue, A life anchored By a millstone. And the swollen silence That is his own Dangles around his neck Like a uniform. I stood by the wall like a fellow soldier, With my tarnished medals armed with a camera, Maybe as a shield I raise my lens To capture his truth as he travelled to the end. But in his eyes I wear his questions, Like, ugly thoughts, His face, my weapon. Staggering forward I face this second class entity And I clicked my shutter To unravel the coil That defines his mortality. I listened to his eyes Avoiding each blink His open pupils Whispered back at me We are in sync. Will I leave him leaning Against a reflecting wall Or free him mysteriously From an invisible call. But the reflection in his eyes The only one I see, Are the waning hearts Of all who shamelessly flee. #whenlivingisaprotest #ruddypoem

HP pays $57 million to finally put WebOS behind it

Hewlett-Packard is still paying for the managerial sins of Leo Apotheker.<p>HP on Monday settled a class-action lawsuit that will see the company deposit $57 million into an interest-bearing escrow account within the next three weeks. Upon deposit, US District Court Judge Andrew Guilford will approve …

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