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The team over at Onewheel announced their new smaller, lighter, more affordable, easier to ride Pint yesteray and whoa this little wheel packs a punch. Simplestop technology simplifies the learn-to-ride experience and lets novice riders get riding right away. Roll backwards and the board sets you down. That easy. Pint also feats a Lightbar on the front footpad providing a visual indication of battery status to keep you riding with confidence .The best part? It will cost less than your smartphone and it's manufactured right here in the USA. Get your hands on one below.
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“There was once upon a time a very old woman, who lived with her flock of geese in a waste place among the mountains, and there had a little house,” begins The Goose Girl at the Well. Published by the Brothers Grimm, this strange little story describes a princess who comes to live with a poor crone in that wretched waste place after she fails her father’s Lear-like test to profess her love and devotion. The girl is lovely, as befits a fairy-tale princess — “white as snow, as rosy as apple-blossom, and her hair as radiant as sun-beams” — but there is one detail that always snags in my mind: “When she cried, not tears fell from her eyes, but pearls and jewels only.”

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