New York City, April 8, 201爱上海 天湖国际5

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★ Striations of slightly darker gray ran north-south on the otherwise featureless clouds. The tarp billowed on a bundle on a top-floor balcony. A taxi, answering a hail, drifted slowly into the crosswalk; th爱上海金银珠宝有限公司e sudden detour around it led to planting a foot in a small but not shallow puddle, so the sneaker shipped some water. It was dim a[……]

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Un白玉兰 爱上海supported

by Betsy Morais
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One Sunday evening, when the December air felt too warm, and the sidewalks were packed with storefront-gazers, I went to midtown. It wasn’t very late, but the sky had already turned black. I wore a puffy coat, which brushed against people and scaffolding with an excited “swoosh” as I walked with brisk pace to Lord & Taylor, whi[……]

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The 新爱上海Year Without Memory

by Sam Biddle
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At the end of 2015, I realized I felt completely fucking insane. Not manic (I rarely have much more energy than the level required to write a blog or adjust Wi-Fi router settings) or delusional (keep your expectations low, rigid, and right, I say), but just fucking weird. My ability to map my thoughts and actions to the underlying re[……]

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To Live 爱上海宝贝16and Die in L.A. (Again)

by Meghan McCarron
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In the summer of 2005, I moved to Los Angeles. In the summer of 2006, I left. In the summer of 2015, I moved to Los Angeles again. I wish this were some tidy story about striving and exile and triumphant return, but it all happened by accident. I moved out here after college on a whim; I moved back because of my girlfriend’s job[……]

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New Y爱上海之家 shlfzjork City, November 30, 2015

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★★★ The blurry clouds overhead and the shriveled leaves in the street were both blowing from east to west. People had their hands jammed in their pockets. A full, long exhalation could conjure, at the very end a little wisp of visible fog. On the way out of the warmth of the bakery, it was only polite and decent to stand aside and let every person[……]

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Eluvium, “Neighboring In Telescopes爱上海联明舞厅”

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Gosh, this is just eight minutes of pure pretty. If you didn’t have to go outside or do anything or talk to anyone it might just be the opening song on the soundtrack to a perfect day, but God knows you’re not going to be that lucky. Everything that comes after is going to suck in the w[……]

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Are You Posting On 爱上海16Social Media For The Right Reasons?

“Social media participation has been linked to depression, anxiety, and narcissistic behavior, but the reasons haven’t been well-explained. We found envy to be the missing link.” — If you find yourself feeling inferior because social media is constantly telling you that everyone else has more fun, makes more money, is advancing further in their car[……]

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We Ar爱上海寿衣厂e Currently Hiring a Rock-Star Programmer, Along With the Following Positions

by Paula Duhatschek
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1. H.R. Superhero 2. Content Ninja 3. Social Media Gladiator 4. Accounting Samurai 5. Twitter Viking 6. WordPress Leprechaun 7. Sales Wizard 8. Operations Genie 9. Supply Chain Hobgob爱上海阁论坛lin 10. Engineering Leviathan 11. Business Development Soothsayer 12. Data Deity 13. Marketing Oracle 14. Digital Folklorist 15. UI/UX Garg[……]

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The Remorse A爱上海楼找会所lbum

by Jane Hu
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Near the end of One Direction’s final album Made In The A.M. — in a track titled “History,” no less — the band reaches a note of desperation. During the bridge, Louis Tomlinson (the band’s oldest member, at a whopping twenty-three) lists a catalogue of, for anyone even casually interested in the band, One Direction cliches:
Mini bars, e[……]

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