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Which of the following has the best quality photo prints? View On reddit.com submitted 7 years ago by benniejay posted in /r/photoplay
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Your vote: Photographic by M.A.D – A Collection Of Hand-Pulled and Draped Photo-Print Albums
I am a student at University of California, Berkeley and am interested in writing. My major is computer science and I am planning to major in business in the near future. My favorite thing about UCB is the people and the learning environment. I always look forward to hanging out with my peers. I love the social spaces (like the lounge and the dance floor) and I love the variety of events and events that are a part of the UCB experience. I would love to go to a lot of these events; one or more of my major requirements is to be able to handle more than one. I am interested in any other types of extracurricular activities as well. I also love learning new games, gadgets, and tech. I am also interested in the history, and culture of UCB. I love my professors, and I know I will see them again and again, and get to know them and their world. When it comes to finding an internship (or finding a job), all the best advice I read is to do your research first. Once you have your research done, you can work with the university and look for an internship opportunity.
With all the hype and anticipation of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, I can’t help but feel like a child again, gazing down the memory lane in our own home – all those wonderful movies, those memorable characters and settings that made up our childhoods, and all those great memories that we carried with us into adulthood that we never quite forgot.
There’s something especially meaningful about these memories, and that something is the idea of being able to hold on to them with a degree of comfort and certainty that perhaps you never could in the past.
When I was five years old, it was a big shock to discover that my parents hated me. In a country where we all assumed we had