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Gooooaaaatsss in Spaaaaceeee!

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Lulworth Cove on a Dorset summer day.
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Pig o'clock.
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The variable face of the Portland summer.
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Swanage was a surprise. Wonky donuts and a bay that comes to your feet. Dorset again.
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Pre-historic days.
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Rare nice days.
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Yay!!! Partyyyyy!!!
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Do outro lado.
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Armados até aos dentes.
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Monumental :/
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Convenient sisters.
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Rusty sisters.
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Not quite black and white.
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Liberty Cap.
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In stone.
Day 1 of extra carb reduction: the protein hunt was not particularly successful. The chicken was bloody. Not returning.

The goal is to shed some kilograms and improve the arm muscle to belly lard ratio.

Herman José - Alentejo Sem Lei 1º Episódio 1/5

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From [Schneier on Security >>]. He is right.
Frequent Password Changes Is a Bad Security IdeaI've been saying for years that it's bad security advice, that it encourages poor passwords. Lorrie Cranor, now the FTC's chief technologist, agrees:By studying the data, the researchers identified common techniques account holders used when they were required to change passwords. A password like "tarheels#1", for instance (excluding the quotation marks) frequently became "tArheels#1" after the first change, "taRheels#1" on the second change and so on. Or it might be changed to "tarheels#11" on the first change and "tarheels#111" on the second. Another common technique was to substitute a digit to make it "tarheels#2", "tarheels#3", and so on."The UNC researchers said if people have to change their passwords every 90 days, they tend to use a pattern and they do what we call a transformation," Crano…
When can I upgrade to the anti-social edition of Lotus Notes?
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Pequeno almoço tropical.
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£5 se acertares na loira.
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