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A few favorites for the weekend! -h - Mezcal Sunrise - Climbing the Eye of God - Reading: this, next up this - Turmeric Popcorn - Watching: this Frontline - Watching this never gets old. - Mr. Money Mustache's retirement (sort of) plan - Behind the Scenes at Santa Maria Novella, the World's Oldest Pharmacy - Medical Mountaineers - Buddy Benches - bring on the adult versions too! :) - Vote.
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