Hungry links: food pyramid for athletes, Duesseldorf, and more

I’ve decided to be more selective about the links I post here, so instead of relying on auto-posting, I’ll be doing it manually and less frequently. This allows me to be more verbose in my comments than 255 characters, and you all to comment if you want too.

So, here we go for this snowy Saturday morning:

That’s it for today. Have a great weekend!

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yay! Düsseldorf rules. I

yay! Düsseldorf rules. I work there and it’s definitely worth a visit.

Steffi | 3 February, 2008 - 19:07

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