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What common substance falls from the atmosphere, flows through our bodies, runs through the soil beneath our feet, collects in puddles and lakes, then vaporizes back into the atmosphere in a never-ending cycle?
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Car repairs can drain your pocketbook fast, but you can do a wide range of repairs yourself, regardless of your technical skill.
Whether or not you agree with the Occupy Wall Street protest movement, hitting the streets to make your voice heard is a fundamental right in the United States, and it's part of our country's lifeblood.
When you're dealing with the police, it's important to know your rights so you don't do anything that could cause you unwanted trouble.
Our friends at the Electronic Frontier Foundation have released a handy "Tips for Talking to the Police" cheatsheet intended to help you understand your rights, specifically in regards to searching your digital stuff. The cheatsheet is a companion to their recently released Know Your Rights guide which, in more detail, answers questions like "Can the police enter my home to search my computer or portable device, like a laptop or cell phone?"
So this is a project that’s been in the back of my mind for months, but it took finding the perfect fabric to get motivated and get going on it.