Good to know  

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Holy crap, despite review websites whose credentials are suspicious, you can't deny that sometimes, a little information will go a long way. Just like these phentermine reviews here, apparently, they work but can be highly addictive. I mean, even if you're doubtful about that supposed fact, with that, at least you're still able to bring it to a doctor for a consultation. Better than not knowing at all, right?

Backup your data today!  

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Speaking of being prepared (what? who even mentioned that?!), I would be disappointed with me for not doing backing up my data for about 5 months now. I used to create restore points, backup some files and even run maintenance ever so often but since I've started working, I'm neglecting those tasks. And then I think of data backup services. It's been made so convenient for us and we can't even be bothered... well, some of us. Oh, the humanity.

Blackhead remover magic  

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You know how some girls like to be their boyfriend's personal blackhead remover? Yeah, that's gross. For me at least. Plus, I really hate having to use that blackhead remover tool. It hurts and sometimes with that tool, when you can't get this one particular blackhead out, you try and you try and you end up hurting yourself AND NOT EVEN GETTING THE BLACKHEAD OUT. I'm sure there are products on the market that once applied, will magically ooze the blackheads out, right? Or am I just hallucinating?

Shorts  

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1. Mum made barbecued pork for dinner. I ate the lard off them. Can't believe I did that.
2. The Rescues' teaser for their video Can't Stand the Rain is pretty good. Very teaser-ful.


3. In related news, YouTube's embed codes have gotten shorter! Someone tell me when this happened?
4. Unifi is not much faster than the 1Mbps our home had.
5. Something is wrong with my company laptop, it won't let me connect wirelessly from home.
6. I've got work to do. I've missed living.

Don't stinge, just buy it  

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Haha, I see the word "heated blanket" and I think of the the cold cold winters I was in, wearing several layers of clothes... usually three, sometimes four. For some reason, my room in AUS had a really bad draft and when it was winter, it would get REALLY cold. Then just before going to Tassie and when I was graduating, I didn't feel as stingy any more and finally bought a parka. I only wore it for two weeks. Now I can't wait to wear it again, when I go to Tassie, then New Zealand. That's the goal, baby.

Tanzanite  

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I thought I liked rubies and all associated jewelry but clearly, I haven't seen tanzanite jewelry.

It has this soft blue that when you look into it kind of puts you in a daze.
According to the website, it claims that you can only mine tanzanite near the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. In Tanzania. Hence, the name.
Which explains why a few chips of the old block would cost you $567.
White Gold Ring with Tanzanite & Diamond by Gemvara Essentials
Nah, I still like rubies. Although, any jewelry, tanzanite or not, isn't too bad either.

Modern day muck boots  

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You know what Wellington boots are? But do you know muck boots?
So I've read, they're just like Wellington Boots.
But forget the traditional designs, we now have really splendid looking muck boots being sold. If you're one who wants to look good doing your chores, then these muck boots are just for you. They're not very cheap but their USP lies in the comfort of those boots.

Exposure and relevance  

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I just had a realization. The more you expose yourself to the world, the more things become relevant to you. Like name plates, for instance. Before this, I wouldn't have given two hoots unless I was looking at it from a novelty point of view. But now, I may in the future be required to purchase them for work. Of course, this realization really is common sense and obvious but I feel it's these glaringly obvious concepts that seem to fly past us more often than we know.