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356 (Coincidence makes sense)356 (Coincidence makes sense)By chance having exactly the sum of money I needed for Apple's new smart case after I had my breakfast at McDonald's, meeting the sister of an old friend at the checkout counter of the electronic market just after I thought about him a few days ago, and doing all the right things at Twitter may be indeed an accident after an accident after an accident, but coincidence makes too much sense these days and it feels so right now to be free at last. And finally I know that the protagonist in my story Das Caligula-Syndrom must be an investment banker.My Book of Dreams, August 22nd 2012
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Artist Day: GabrielRodriguezArtist Day: GabrielRodriguez* An escalation by Beau Cyphre *NOW is the time 4 devARTist GabrielRodriguez. Show him all the love U got, stalk his gallery these days, appreciate his art by not just giving faves (it's a too easy thing to do, isn't it?) - try to find some uplifting words and comment on his works. I'm sure he'll really like it!An Artist Day means much more than giving an artist just a one-day-span of attention, it's more like shining a spotlight on the beautiful work of an extraordinary artist. This spotlight reminds us of the wonderful things we're all capable of, and by giving the chosen artist real feedback we all show our love for the breathtaking moments that artist is sharing with us.So enjoy your time exploring his gallery, and please give something back!