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Some pretty awesome new graphics at #Crew96 Stadium. Feels like #crewsmas  (at Columbus Crew Stadium)

Some pretty awesome new graphics at #Crew96 Stadium. Feels like #crewsmas (at Columbus Crew Stadium)

liartownusa:

TED Talk: How to Fight a Cow by Col. Frank Tuplin

liartownusa:

TED Talk: How to Fight a Cow by Col. Frank Tuplin

@joey_oshaughnessy and Patrick’s Wheeled Vehicle #sciol (at Grandview Heights High School)

pukelife:

andrysb24:

frescaparty:

someone on facebook posted this intending it to be negative but instead it’s INCREDIBLE. go girl scouts

In case you need anymore incentive to buy Girl Scout cookies this season

YES

pukelife:

andrysb24:

frescaparty:

someone on facebook posted this intending it to be negative but instead it’s INCREDIBLE. go girl scouts

In case you need anymore incentive to buy Girl Scout cookies this season

YES

(Source: deathlehem)

Parts of the old #Crew96 scoreboard.  (at Columbus Crew Stadium)

Parts of the old #Crew96 scoreboard. (at Columbus Crew Stadium)

wilwheaton:

maxistentialist:

Techdirt:

In order to protect their dominant market share, Keurig makers Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has been on a bit of an aggressive tear of late. As with computer printers, getting the device in the home is simply a gateway to where the real money is: refills. But Keurig has faced the “problem” in recent years of third-party pod refills that often retail for 5-25% less than what Keurig charges. As people look to cut costs, there has also been a growing market for reusable pods that generally run anywhere from five to fifteen dollars.
Keurig’s solution to this problem? In a lawsuit (pdf) filed against Keurig by TreeHouse Foods, they claim Keurig has been busy striking exclusionary agreements with suppliers and distributors to lock competing products out of the market. What’s more, TreeHouse points out that Keurig is now developing a new version of their coffee maker that will incorporate the java-bean equivalent of DRM — so that only Keurig’s own coffee pods can be used in it.

Friends don’t let friends use pod coffee makers.

FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS USE POD COFFEE MAKERS.

wilwheaton:

maxistentialist:

Techdirt:

In order to protect their dominant market share, Keurig makers Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has been on a bit of an aggressive tear of late. As with computer printers, getting the device in the home is simply a gateway to where the real money is: refills. But Keurig has faced the “problem” in recent years of third-party pod refills that often retail for 5-25% less than what Keurig charges. As people look to cut costs, there has also been a growing market for reusable pods that generally run anywhere from five to fifteen dollars.

Keurig’s solution to this problem? In a lawsuit (pdf) filed against Keurig by TreeHouse Foods, they claim Keurig has been busy striking exclusionary agreements with suppliers and distributors to lock competing products out of the market. What’s more, TreeHouse points out that Keurig is now developing a new version of their coffee maker that will incorporate the java-bean equivalent of DRM — so that only Keurig’s own coffee pods can be used in it.

Friends don’t let friends use pod coffee makers.

FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS USE POD COFFEE MAKERS.

Fin’s Valentine’s Day box for school and her style for last weekend’s dance (she later swapped in black Chuck Taylors)

Fin’s Valentine’s Day box for school and her style for last weekend’s dance (she later swapped in black Chuck Taylors)

Some pretty awesome new graphics at #Crew96 Stadium. Feels like #crewsmas  (at Columbus Crew Stadium)

Some pretty awesome new graphics at #Crew96 Stadium. Feels like #crewsmas (at Columbus Crew Stadium)

liartownusa:

TED Talk: How to Fight a Cow by Col. Frank Tuplin

liartownusa:

TED Talk: How to Fight a Cow by Col. Frank Tuplin

@joey_oshaughnessy and Patrick’s Wheeled Vehicle #sciol (at Grandview Heights High School)

pukelife:

andrysb24:

frescaparty:

someone on facebook posted this intending it to be negative but instead it’s INCREDIBLE. go girl scouts

In case you need anymore incentive to buy Girl Scout cookies this season

YES

pukelife:

andrysb24:

frescaparty:

someone on facebook posted this intending it to be negative but instead it’s INCREDIBLE. go girl scouts

In case you need anymore incentive to buy Girl Scout cookies this season

YES

(Source: deathlehem)

Parts of the old #Crew96 scoreboard.  (at Columbus Crew Stadium)

Parts of the old #Crew96 scoreboard. (at Columbus Crew Stadium)

mijofeed:

Pentax Auto110

mijofeed:

Pentax Auto110

(via japancamerahunter)

wilwheaton:

maxistentialist:

Techdirt:

In order to protect their dominant market share, Keurig makers Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has been on a bit of an aggressive tear of late. As with computer printers, getting the device in the home is simply a gateway to where the real money is: refills. But Keurig has faced the “problem” in recent years of third-party pod refills that often retail for 5-25% less than what Keurig charges. As people look to cut costs, there has also been a growing market for reusable pods that generally run anywhere from five to fifteen dollars.
Keurig’s solution to this problem? In a lawsuit (pdf) filed against Keurig by TreeHouse Foods, they claim Keurig has been busy striking exclusionary agreements with suppliers and distributors to lock competing products out of the market. What’s more, TreeHouse points out that Keurig is now developing a new version of their coffee maker that will incorporate the java-bean equivalent of DRM — so that only Keurig’s own coffee pods can be used in it.

Friends don’t let friends use pod coffee makers.

FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS USE POD COFFEE MAKERS.

wilwheaton:

maxistentialist:

Techdirt:

In order to protect their dominant market share, Keurig makers Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has been on a bit of an aggressive tear of late. As with computer printers, getting the device in the home is simply a gateway to where the real money is: refills. But Keurig has faced the “problem” in recent years of third-party pod refills that often retail for 5-25% less than what Keurig charges. As people look to cut costs, there has also been a growing market for reusable pods that generally run anywhere from five to fifteen dollars.

Keurig’s solution to this problem? In a lawsuit (pdf) filed against Keurig by TreeHouse Foods, they claim Keurig has been busy striking exclusionary agreements with suppliers and distributors to lock competing products out of the market. What’s more, TreeHouse points out that Keurig is now developing a new version of their coffee maker that will incorporate the java-bean equivalent of DRM — so that only Keurig’s own coffee pods can be used in it.

Friends don’t let friends use pod coffee makers.

FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS USE POD COFFEE MAKERS.

(Source: stanridgespeed)

Fin’s Valentine’s Day box for school and her style for last weekend’s dance (she later swapped in black Chuck Taylors)

Fin’s Valentine’s Day box for school and her style for last weekend’s dance (she later swapped in black Chuck Taylors)

The fur snakes.

The fur snakes.

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