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Shira Lazar

I interview people and tell stories on the web!

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Ranked: 555th in California Most Engaging This Week (by Number of Posts)

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Ranked: 1310th in United States Most Engaging This Month (by Shares)

Ranked: 1365th in United States Most Engaging Today (by Number of Posts)

Ranked: 1460th in United States Most Engaging This Week (by Shares)

Ranked: 1499th in United States Most Engaging This Month (by +1's)

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About 11 weeks ago It's Monday! Why feel like this → :( when you can feel like this ↓

Let's wiggle and twist into the new week ahead!

Pic from: goo.gl/DClHba

#mondaymotivation   #monday   #mondaymorning   #funnycatsgif   #funnycats   #humor   #humorous   #gif   #cat   #caturdayeveryday  





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About 12 weeks ago hehe!
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About 9 weeks ago LOL! this is amazing
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About 9 weeks ago love this! 
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About 10 weeks ago nice one! ha 
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About 10 weeks ago cats 1993 vs 2012 and it's still the same :)

#cat   #lol   #funny  

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About 1 week ago A little #TBT Hammer Time! 8-Bit style!
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About 12 weeks ago Moonwalk
The moonwalk is a dance move that presents the illusion of the dancer being pulled backwards while attempting to walk forward. A popping move, it became popular around the world after Michael Jackson executed the dance move during a performance of "Billie Jean" on Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever on March 25, 1983. This special was broadcast May 16, 1983 It subsequently became his signature move.

Technique:
An illusion is involved in creating the appearance of the dancer gliding backwards. Initially, the front foot is held flat on the ground, while the back foot is in a tiptoe position. The flat front foot remains on the ground but is slid lightly and smoothly backward past the tip-toe back foot. What is now the front foot is lowered flat, while the back foot is raised into the tiptoe position. These steps are repeated over and over creating the illusion that the dancer is being pulled backwards by an unseen force while trying to walk forward. Variations of this mov
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About 4 weeks ago 21 weird GIFs that you won't be able to unsee: http://on.mash.to/Tp3c92
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About 2 weeks ago A thunderstorm in your apartment?

This amazing light from multidisciplinary designer Richard Clarkson makes it possible with his cloud lamp: http://bit.ly/1z83S3s