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Great video in concept and message. Liked the crowdsourced list to make his point. What's on the list is second to that message.
 
Top 12 Ways to show Southern Pride without a Confederate Flag
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Your best video yet. Love your humor. 

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This is and always will be an upsetting topic, for two reasons: 1) that it is happening and ruining peoples' lives and 2) that it could easily be prevented if asshole men stood up to the few who do this instead of hiding behind a wall of "not me" and getting mad at the messenger for bringing it up.

This "not me" attitude is how we excuse the worst of our kind. Recently, we've seen a TON of "not me"s going around in the wake of the Charleston shootings, specifically centered around gun control and the use of the Confederate flag. 

How about if it's not you, then you take a stand against the assholes who seem to be giving what you love (flippant gun use, symbols of oppression and treason, and keeping women down) a bad name.... 

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Everyone crying foul in the comments should really stop and think if they're contributing to the problem or not...

(Also that updated commercial at the end was perfect.)
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He wasn't wrong.
 
    All-too-prescient words from Republican Abraham Lincoln.
These words have all but been forgotten by today's corporate-bought politicians. The shining exception is presidential candidate +Bernie Sanders who can't be bought -- and who is fighting to bring back economic fairness to the USA.  The middle class is disappearing in our country; let's fight to get it back.
                     I'm with him, are you?

some interesting links:  
Bernie on Corporate Greed (2011) https://goo.gl/oUPX1u
Bernie Grills Alan Greenspan on the Danger of Wealth and Power (1998) https://goo.gl/5DW5Yf

#Bernie2016     #FeelTheBern     #mydailybernie  
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"Interesting" is not the word I'd use to describe this +Andrew Lake, although "Scary" is accurate. 
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Inbound Marketer and Digital Strategist in Greensboro, NC. Also do social media, SEO, and email marketing.
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  • Cross Company
    Inbound Marketer, 2012 - present
  • Accrinet
    Digital Strategist: SEO, social media solutions, 2011 - 2012
  • Sports Media Challenge
    Analyst, 2010
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Finished the Raleigh Krispy Kreme Challenge in 52 minutes. Without training.
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    Political Science and History, 2006 - 2010
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They asked me to review them on Houzz, but I do not have an account there. So I'll review here. First time granite countertop buyer, so I wasn't sure what to expect. Prices seemed reasonable and fair. I perceived Prostone's attitude to be that it will accept my business, but that it doesn't need my business. Attempts to negotiate on the price of the service were ignored, so I gave up. A week or so later, I was emailed a revised proposal with a 5% discount. We ended up scrounging up the money - like I said, their prices seemed fair, we were just a bit short to do it comfortably - and from there it was a very quick and easy process. They worked with us to customize the shape and look and the installation went smoothly and quickly. My only issue is that there was a lot of clean up afterwards that they left for us. There were pieces of wood, sawdust, and granite chips everywhere in my kitchen, cabinets, hallway, and yard (even cigarette butts in the yard).
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Caring staff. Knowledgeable vets. Flexible.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
It's unpretentious and is what it is. Solid all around and relatively inexpensive compared to most area alternatives. The crab cake sandwich and blackberry cobbler were great. Tiny but wonderful outdoor seating. The real treat were the people: friendliest staff my wife and I have encountered at this beach - including our own hotel.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Rude as hell. Not particularly interested in people. Donated cat litter and was not even thanked. Kill shelter.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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This should be 2.5 stars, but there is no option for that. "Adequate" is really the only word that can describe this place. It is old, musty, and feels/looks run down. The beds are hard and uncomfortable. I've slummed it in European hotels with more space than these rooms. The front desk is equal parts helpful and disinterested, which was weird. I got the distinct feeling they did not trust me and my wife as we were a lot younger than their normal clientele. The dining room staff was hit and miss as to how they'd treat you. I was both ignored and really well taken care of, it just depended on the person. The pool bar attendant was reliably chill and helpful, so that's a plus. Speaking of the pool, it was not usable. They had a fire on Valentine's Weekend and due to permits and such, have yet to reopen. There was no offer to credit ANYTHING for this inconvenience, nor was there even an apology. They did, however, give me more heads up than they seem to have given most people who have mentioned this. The Inn seems to be located on a section of beach that is subject to strong tides, so be warned. Tons of Man O' War washed up along the beaches while we were there, so if you're not used to NC beaches, this can be a thing that happens.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Utterly amazing. Good beer selection run by people who care about it. Food was great too.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Ambiance is relaxing, which really helps holistic healing. Jeff has been doing this for a long time, which is a plus. Chiropractic experiences are what you make of them...to each their own. You could do a lot worse than Jeff when you are paying someone to work your spine...that's kind of a big deal.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago