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Qítiān Dàshèng Sūn Wùkōng (Andrew Dalgleish)
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Fully justified snark.
 
I am not a programmer but I bet if you are this is Funny/Terrible

http://opensslrampage.org/
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There's already some weenies crying over how mean the OpenBSD people are being. Like, seriously, shut the fuck up. They said, "fuck it, we'll fix it," and they're entitled to every bit of mockery they indulge in.
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Do we get to choose which one?
I have a little list.
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Can we sue #OneTermTony for breach of promise?
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Forgot to tag +Cathy McGowan 
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A kickstarter fund to make a PSA?

I thought the Dept of Health was responsible for safety annoucements.
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Opinion: What does the 'Doing Business' Report really show? http://aje.me/1mVU4SI
A yearly World Bank report encourages countries to undertake extreme deregulation.
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Have them in circles
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Not sure why G+ didn't like the link.
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If you are corrupt, be impolite. Do not send thank-you notes for gifts.
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Oh, he knew, for sure. You don't give cheap wine as a bribe, and Penfold Grange is quite well-known (read: overhyped) in .au
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Very interesting.
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Peter Whish Wilson, a Greens Senator, introduced a bill into the Senate in March to try and stop one of the most dangerous parts of the TPP. If voted in, his new law would stop “investor state dispute settlement” from being brought in, which would let foreign investors sue for tens of millions of dollars the Australian government if it made laws that “harmed” their investment.

Now, he needs our help to make the case for stopping the government signing up to a deal that includes ISDS. If thousands of ordinary Australians write in and share our concerns about ISDS, it will help build support for his bill.

Can you add your voice to the thousands of Australians already speaking out?
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Australia is exactly 30 years behind schedule.
 
PUBLIC servants will be urged to ­dob in colleagues posting political criticism of the Abbott government on social media, even if the comments are anonymous, under new Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet guidelines.

"Colleagues will also be encouraged to dob in each other."

"The sweeping new rules will even cover ­public servants posting political comments anonymously, including mummy bloggers on parenting websites, if a colleague knew their online identity."

"The new policy clearly states it covers the use of social media in an official and unofficial ­capacity, whether for professional or personal use."

Read more and get outraged!

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/colleagues-told-dob-in-political-web-posts/story-fni0cx12-1226875635588
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Have them in circles
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Disciple to Xuanzang
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I know 72 transformations.
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Mount Huaguo
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Water Curtain Cave
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Great Sage, Equal of Heaven
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Defeated 100,000 celestial warriors.
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