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Any Gotham fans? The last episode they talked about Marcus Aurelius and how stoicism is a life philosophy. Kind of cool what it leads Bruce Wayne to find. I won't spoil it but check it out. 
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Brewer's Future

There is a lot of talk about rebuilding the Milwaukee Brewers. I don't trust a rebuild to actually work and not to take ten years. Regardless, I think there are a number of options to address some key holes right now if they start making smarter moves with their prospects and draft choices.

To begin with, let's look at where the holes are in the team. Personally, I would say left field, third base and first base are the 3 biggest issues facing the Brewers. Left Field its either Davis or Para both of whom don't hit well or are a streaky hitter in Davis's case, but Para definitely has the better defense out of the two by far. Start by trading Davis and make Para your full timer until Tyrone Taylor or Monte Harrison is ready to come up which should be in the very near future.

The rest of the outfield I think is good enough. They should try and sign Gomez when is contract comes due but not to some outrageous decade long deal like they did with Braun. Gomez brings a lot of excitement to the team, a decent bat, and good defense. He is worth keeping around if he wants to stay. If not, there are two outfield prospect coming up and Braun isn't going anywhere so they could replace both Davis and Gomez if necessary.

The next weakness was third base. Ramirez is a hall of famer who said he is retiring at the end of this year. Regardless of whether or not he does, he is done as a full time player and cannot be depended on to play every game and still make an impact. Those his defense is still stellar, his bat has slowed especially when he does not get time off. Here I would consider looking to make Orlando Arcia 3B. He is nearly ready for the big leagues and could fill this hole in a number of ways. He is listed as being able to play SS or 2B so if 3B is not an option for whatever reason, Segura or Gennett could move over. Segura definitely has the arm for 3B but I think his range at SS makes it his ideal position. I am not sure Gennett has the arm for 3B. Thus, Arcia is the more logical choice at 3B.

Lastly, 1B is the next hole and not because of Lind's ability but how long he will be in Milwaukee. Lind's been doing a great job so far and has brought a lively bat to the club, but alas, his contract is short and will probably be heading out after the year. The Brewers should look to try and secure him for an additional 2-3 years but not more. If they do secure him for a few more years, this would give time for Clint Coulter to make the move to the big leagues at catcher and then the Brewers can move Lucroy out to 1B permanently. 

Now the Brewers only have to worry about pitching which is a huge problem for them. The pitchers in their top ten prospects are pretty low on the list and several years out if they ever even make it. They can keep Peralta and Nelson with a possibility of Fiers staying long term but Garza and Lohse are near the end of productivity. Perhaps they will be able to acquire a pitching prospect for Davis in a trade that can break into the bigs in a few years, but I'm not sure Davis is worth that. Now is the time for them to try and pull an ace out of free agency.They need someone to anchor down the rotation. If they can find an ace and a half ways decent number 5 in free agency, they may just have a chance at still winning games while they "rebuild" using the draft and trading away players like Gomez, Braun, Lucroy and others as they reach the end of their peak instead of when they are reaching their peak.

But what do I know. I am just a fan who enjoys speculating and playing MLB on my Vita. Hey, this strategy works in my game, why not in real life ;-)
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Leaked texts of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement's “Intellectual Property” chapter confirm our worst fears: Big Content companies are pushing extreme copyright provisions in a secret trade deal that would put restrictive controls on the Internet.
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Awesome Humble Bundle Ebook Bundle!

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MPAA gave Snowden doc Citizenfour an "R" rating. NYC theater ignores, invites highschoolers. http://boingboing.net/2014/12/09/nyc-theater-overrules-mpaa-rat.html
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CNET: Sony hacked again, this time the PlayStation Network. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwsornyx8
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A new TED talk on YouTube. I thought it was interesting that a lot of what he describes is stoicism but he never calls it that.
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Surprised? Not a bit.

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At the end of last week, we dug up news of Project Goliath, a secret Hollywood project to investigate and discredit Google on issues of copyright and web freedom. But while the documents showed how...
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The obscure legal authority the NSA is using to spy on millions, and how to stop it.
The NSA relies on Executive Order 12333 to engage in mass surveillance of people around the world. But most people have never even heard of this presidential order. It’s time to respect the privacy rights of innocent people, regardless of their nationality. Tell Obama: amend Executive Order 12333 to prohibit mass surveillance.
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The Guardian: Apple deleted music from users’ iPods purchased from rivals, court told. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwksqI5xo
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We held a global teach-in on the secret Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement because things are moving fast now. TPP delegates are determined to conclude this agreement by next year, and on the US front, Congress is likely to introduce another Fast Track bill in January that would tie these representatives' own hands from debating or modifying the terms of this agreement after the White House has secretively negotiated it for years.
If you missed our live teach-in yesterday on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement and its restrictive, anti-user provisions, you can still check out the video of our discussion. It's embedded below. We invited experts from digital rights groups from several TPP countries—all members of the Fair Deal Coalition—and we discussed the various ways this massive, secret trade deal threatens our rights on the Internet and over our digital device...
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  • Morningside College
    Library Director & Assistant Professor, 2013 - present
    I perform the duties of a library director in addition to the duties of digital & archival services. These duties include: database management, personnel management, collection development, archival development/management, website development/management, technology/information literacy instruction & program management, digital guide & video creation, reference assistance, program coordinator, ILS management, contract negotiation and a number of other duties and tasks.
  • Morningside College
    Digital/Electronic Services Librarian & Assistant Professor, 2011 - 2013
    I managed all electronic services including databases, ILS, website, social media, LibGuides and a few other products. I participate in collection development, reference, information & technology literacy instruction, archival services and any other duties that may arise.
  • Marinette County Library System
    Library Assistant, 2010 - 2011
    I worked at the circulation desk which involved shelving, assisting patrons with general questions, circulating materials, technology assistance when necessary and managing the website.
  • Oconto Falls Library
    Assistant Librarian, 2011 - 2011
    I did a little of everything in my short tenure.
  • University of Wisconsin-Superior Jim Dan Hill Library
    Reference Desk Assistant, 2007 - 2009
    I was a student employee and performed the following tasks: circulation, reference desk assistance, processing of federal and state government documents, collection development and opening and closing the library.
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Superior, WI - Crivitz, WI - Green Bay, WI
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Being a librarian isn't a job... It's a lifestyle.
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I am a friendly librarian who enjoys technology, history, nature, hiking, reading, writing and learning. I listen to numerous kinds of music and enjoy documentary, science fiction and indie films. I spend the majority of time reading and playing around with different technology. I like to study stoicism, Russian & Eastern European History and Literature, sociology and media studies.
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Librarian, Assistant Professor
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  • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    Masters in Library and Information Sciences, 2009 - 2010
    Took a number of courses in information and educational technology.
  • University of Wisconsin-Superior
    History/Library Science, 2006 - 2009
    Focused in European history and completed coursework for a minor in library science.
  • University of Wisconsin-Marinette
    Associates of Arts and Science, 2002 - 2004
    General education courses.
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My favorite chain restaurant in the Marinette/Menominee area. Their service is always quick and friendly and the subs are cheap and delicious.
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A friend of mine introduced me to Pierce Street Coffee Works and I am now a regular on the weekends. They have great coffee, free wifi (sometimes but it is really quite terrible) and the atmosphere is wonderful. I love it!
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Buffalo Alice's had some of the best pizza in Sioux City, but they have fooled around with the pizza recently . Its still good but not like it was.
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Fantastic food! The doner kabob sandwich is my favorite with a side of curry fries. The place is better for take out s there is not a lot of seating available. The only thing I don't like is that they only offer bottled or canned beverages. I love the spicy flavor but then I have to buy two cams of pop or water at over a dollar a piece.
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Good but not great. I prefer creamier tika masala and the nan was average. The mango lassi was pretty good though. I would come back but doesn't make the list of favorite Indian restaurants.
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I had a burger and it was decent. Had a bite of my wife's po boy and it was fantastic. Will definitely get the po boy next time. The gelato was delicious as well.
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I love Erbs and Gerbs. Probably my favorite sub shop. Spent a lot of late nights in college eating here. Great subs and soups.
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