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Keep it safe and keep it

Keep it safe and keep it responsible and hopefully your parents won't mind. Today my mom learned all about what her daughter has been up to. Reaction? Extreme motherly pride and excitement. I sure managed to keep it a secret for a long ass time though! #thestonermom #stonermom

Isn't this just the most

Isn't this just the most beautiful thing you've ever seen I need this in my life someone can get if for me for Mother's Day.. just saying #crystals #pipe #stonermom @stonedwarecompany

Little dabs with my necta

Little dabs with my nectar collector of some blue santa wax concentrate. I can't remember who the supplier was or I would tag them. I just bought this nectar collector and you can tell I've been using it a lot. Time to clean it! How often do you guys clean your pieces? What do you use to clean them? Comment #stonersofinstagram #stonermom #stonerforlife #medicate #medicatedmama #medicatedaily #dabs #dabsondabs #dailydabbers #sativa #sativadiva #bluesanta #santamonica #bluedream #420 #420hunny #weedmama #waxwednesday # #weedhassavedme #survivor #mentalillness #ptsd

Sometimes it gets ugly...

Sometimes it gets ugly... My quads are still really tight but I tried to push it tonight. Two miles. Squats. Lunges. Box jumps. Deadlifts. You can tell my quad is tight and I'm favoring. I know form was not there in some of these but learning by observing is the technique. Still got push ups and abs. Fuck. Anyways hopefully I'll be able to shoot a better box jumping video this weekend. Happy hump day . . #hollah #selfloveclub #trainhard #trainharder #fitchick #fitthick #fattofit #fitnessjourney #fitnessmotivation #squats #boxjumps #deadlift #hk #hawaii #homegym #honolulu #thickfit #thickums #girlswholift #girlswhojumpboxes #girlswholiftweights #moms #momlife #momswholift #stonermom #stonerbabe #quadsaretight

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Within item set 0 the follow sets can be found to be: FOLLOW(0,S) = { $ } FOLLOW(0,E) = { $, ')'} FOLLOW(0,T) = { $, '+', ')' } From this the full item set 0 for an LR(1) parser can be created, by creating for each item in the LR(0) item set one copy for each terminal in the follow set of the LHS nonterminal. Each element of the follow set may be a valid lookahead terminal: [S E, $] [E T, $] [E T, )] [E ( E ), $] [E ( E ), )] [T n, $] [T n, +] [T n, )] [T + T, $] [T + T, +] [T + T, )] [T T + n, $] [T T + n, +] [T T + n, )]

The rest of the item sets can be created by the following algorithm 1. For each terminal and nonterminal symbol A appearing after a '' in each already existing item set k, create a new item set m by adding to m all the rules of k where '' is followed by A, but only if m will not be the same as an already existing item set after step 3. 2. shift all the ''s for each rule in the new item set one symbol to the right 3. create the closure of the new item set 4. Repeat from step 1 for all newly created item sets, until no more new sets appear In the example we get 5 more sets from item set 0, item set 1 for nonterminal E, item set 2 for nonterminal T, item set 3 for terminal n, item set 4 for terminal '+' and item set 5 for '('. Item set 1 (E): [S E , $] Item set 2 (T): [E T , $] [T T + n, $] [T T + n, +]

In 1997, Magna Carta Records' Mike Varney invited Portnoy to assemble a progressive 'supergroup' to work on an album, which would become the first in a long string of side-projects for the members of Dream Theater. The lineup consisted of Portnoy on drums, Petrucci on guitar, Tony Levin on bass, and keyboardist Jordan Rudess, who had finished with the Dixie Dregs. The band assumed the name Liquid Tension Experiment, and would act as a medium through which Portnoy and Petrucci could once again court Rudess to join Dream Theater. In 1999, he accepted an offer to become the third full-time Dream Theater keyboardist, replacing Sherinian. With yet another new member, Dream Theater entered BearTracks Studio once again to write and record their next album. As a result of an ultimatum from Portnoy, the label gave the band complete creative control. The band began by revisiting the follow-up to "MetropolisPart I", which had been partially written during the Falling Into Infinity sessions but which had not been completed or used on that album. They decided to expand the 21-minute song into a complete concept album, with a story revolving around themes such as reincarnation, murder and betrayal. To avoid stirring up the fan base, a tight veil of secrecy enveloped the writing and recording process. The only things fans were privy to prior to its release were a track list that had been leaked against the band's wishes, and a release date. In 1999, Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory was released to high critical acclaim, being lauded as the band's masterpiece, despite only reaching No. 73 on the US album chart. The album was mixed by David Bottrill, but only a few of his mixes made it on the final album. The bulk was remixed by Kevin Shirley, who had produced their previous album, Falling into Infinity. The rest of the mixes can be heard in the band's official bootleg The Making of Scenes from a Memory. The subsequent Metropolis 2000 world tour was by far their largest to date, and took over a year to complete. The concerts reflected the theatrical aspect of the album, with the first half of each show comprising the entire Scenes From a Memory album accompanied by a film showing dramatized portions of the story projected onto a video screen behind the stage. For the last date of the North American leg, at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City, actors were hired to play characters in the story, and a gospel choir was enlisted to perform in some sections of the performance. The show was filmed and eventually released in early 2001 as the band's first DVD release, Metropolis 2000: Scenes from New York, which was certified Gold in the US on November 8, 2002. Since several songs from the second half of the four-hour show had to be cut from the DVD to save space, the band also released the full show on the live CD Live Scenes from New York. The original cover depicted one of Dream Theater's early logos (the Images and Words-era burning heart, modeled on the Sacred Heart of Christ) modified to show an apple (as in "Big Apple") instead of the heart, and the New York skyline, including the twin towers of the World Trade Center, in the flame above it. In an unfortunate coincidence, the album was released on the same date as the September 11 attacks. The album was quickly recalled by the band and was re-released with revised artwork later, although the few copies which were sold with the original artwork have since become rare collector's items.