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hey! look at that!

Hello!

Look at that stuff! It’s just amazing, you are going to think it’s great, I swear! Take a peek here open link

Yours truly, Nick Scales

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Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2017 6:26 AM
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Subject: What a beautiful gif.

Well, last week I opened up **The Science of Trust: Emotional Attunement for Couples** by John Gottman. I didn’t get very far into it, so that I’ll be counting it as my 1st book of the year once I finish it. I’ve been wanting to read Gottman’s books for a while now, he’s done years of research on what makes or breaks a couple, and I find it very interesting to read up on. While my husband and I are doing great, it’s always neat to find ways to help improve a relationship even more (or to know you’re doing it right!).

Besides that I’m thinking about starting another book as well (about the only time I balance two books at the same time is when one is non-fiction and one is fiction). I’ve been curious about Jesse Petersen’s Living With the Dead series… so may start the first book of the series, **Married With Zombies**.

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great news

Hi!

I’ve got great news from our friends, you should definitely read it as soon as possible, here it is read more

Take care, Connie Espinosa

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Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2017 7:35 AM
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Subject: So did The Number 23

In darts, the thin outer ring is worth double the point value of that number, the thin inner ring is worth triple that number. The middle of the board, or the bullseye, is 25 points for the green, or 50 for the red. So the spot he was hitting was a triple 20, thus 60 points on a single dart, which is the highest point value a single dart can get.

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