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Discovering a Lost Gem
Native American on Horseback with Rifle
In June 2016, I discovered this beautiful comic book cover featuring an American Indian on horseback firing a rifle. I was immediately taken with this image; the dynamic lines and the beautiful color combinations impressed me as something special that I should share on my The Ninth Art store.
Steemit Needs Series: Please comment with your ideas to improve Steemit!! | E. 23 | Oct. 7, 2017 | Community Engagement | Archives to help Developers / Community.
Hi again everyone! I am keeping my word to keep the series going!
I would like you to comment with your visual aids or written ideas of what you think Steemit can use to improve the Community for features and why.
Comments sections here are GOLD as we know, some great TIL learning and tips usually pop up too here.
I am looking for minnows, who are bringing something to the steemit table. This something can be your content, your engagement or your steemit promotion for example. Or a mix between all those things or something I cant think of.
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Perhaps your ideas cannot yet be valued at $22 billion in revenues yet, but this does not mean they are cheap. Just wait for the day of proper valuation, to see; it is coming. As long as your idea is God-inspired, you have leverage. In the Lord’s scheme of things, your ideas would get their maximum value.
_**For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world. 1 John 5:4**_
It’s To Laugh
Source: AFP/Getty Images
I was watching one of my favorite news shows on TV when I heard the story about Secretary Tillerson calling President Trump a moron. As usual, I was multi-tasking, surfing channels to avoid commercials, checking my Zazzle sales reports on the Internet, etc.
About an hour later, it actually hit me: Tillerson called Trump a moron. I laughed out loud.
It’s sort of funny, but not really. It’s sort of surprising, but not really.
I will resteem to more than 1500 followers for free ! Join the group, resteem the active people there !
As a lot of people know on steemit, I have this group to help people grow on steemit : [↕ Resteem to post](http://ift.tt/2sFst4Q)
I had this rules for the group : [The rule of The Resteemers is: ”Resteem to be Resteemed”](http://ift.tt/2xdPsGl)
And now I will make the best improvment of the rules and I will add this rule:
To get a resteem from me with more than 1500 followers, you have to follow the rules of the group.
Is it better to keep your steem and steem dollar in your wallet ? or withdraw it and convet it into bitcoin ?
I think yes because when we keep our steem or steem dollar on our wallet, our estimated account value grow and our upvote will worth much more. Of course there is a risk to lose our money in case someone will steal our password or hack our account. But I think anyway it’s better to keep it on our wallet because I am almost sure that my account is secure and steemit team will not something like that happen.
A Light Touch
Source: Dana Dorrian’s Family Photo Album
A Fun Project
A couple of weeks ago, my roommate Dana asked me to scan a couple of old photographs he found while looking through his old photo album: one was an old black and white photo of his late mother, Patricia; the other was a color photo of Dana in his sailor uniform, taken in 1986.
I knew that Dana would have been satisfied with just the scans, but I decided to do a little restoration work with PhotoShop before I sent him the finished products.
![snap.jpg](http://ift.tt/2wj0VAG)Hello my great community of Steemers, I’m John but you will see me as @JUGGERNAUGHT! I am new to Steemit and learned and got into it from your one and only @ARBITRARYKITTEN, I am her son and I am a senior in high school. I currently live in Washington and enjoy sports, most of all I love (adore) basketball. I have been playing for going on 5 years and really enjoy a great pick up game. Such as writing it is full of twists and turns, you have to make sure you focus and are intuitive, also be ready to make changes if something happens. I enjoy listening to music and relaxing with friends and family, my music preferences are hip-hop, jazz, rock, country, and pop.
Mitigating a Slow Moving Disaster
Hurricane Harvey was a wake-up call for Houston, the state of Texas, and for the entire United States.
- Nick Anderson, Monday, September 18, 2017
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