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Thought maybe a phone to mix it up a bit. Not sure if we can use such a recognisable phone design.

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Can we please change the album's list that comes up when hitting the plus icon on a RECord to be most recent to earliest. Yeah, you can type in the first few letters and the suggestion comes up but having the most recent album you've created at the top of the list would be helpful.

Cheers :)

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poeticon contributed this clever little textwhich I reckon could be a quick funny little interstitial/bumper sketch for actors.

Guy goes to mailbox > flicks through mail > see's envelope addressed to him with no return address or stamp > looks quizzical > opens envelope and pulls out letter and reads >

Dear [name],

By the time you finish reading this, you'll be almost here.

Sincerely,

The Future

Guy looks around, confused.

FIN

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I started a new jobby job this week so I'm far too important and busy and everybody wants to be my friend and take me out for a beer so I have like totes no time for Re-whatevers anymore - lol just kidding but I have started a new job so I am farking exhausted but here are some gems I happened apon this week.

where armor & skin meetby annmarie57 - Ann Maries puts up stunning photography on the site (not often enough in my humble opinion) that are really strong in scene however very inviting. It's a wonderful combination for...

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I'll do a video when I can but I just learned about this awesome thing so for now...

Back a few centuries ago there was a superstitious practice in the UK to hide objects in the walls, ceilings, chimneys and floors of homes, usually near an entrance such as a door, window or fireplace to ward off evil spirits. The way it went was you concealed an object usually a shoe, clothing, coin, sometimes even a deliberately killed cat (ew) that was worn or owned by a good person in your home and evil and witches would not hang around or enter...

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Unknown origin however may be from local azer "fire" + baydjan (Iranian baykan) "guardian" refers to fire-worship.

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Azerbaijan

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'Ears are burning' - nothing to do with fire per se but Pliny in his best selling thrillerNaturalis Historiacirca 77A.D stated that if your left ear was burning someone was talking smack about you (left being evil and burning being, well not pleasant and evil). This pops up a fair bit throughout literature so say on the interwebs and is pretty common place where I live.

http://users.tinyonline.co.uk/gswithenbank/sayingse.htm

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