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"It was glorious," he said. "Angels sung on high.

"It was premeditated, oh, definitely," he added. "I made sure there wasn't anything behind it and nothing to ricochet."

Dude, that was a Dell​.
Lucas Hinch was ticketed for shooting his gun in Colorado Springs city limits.
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"...runs a homeopathic herb store, pulled out his 9mm handgun..."

Two things I don't think I'd have expected to see together. 
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All that modding time is no longer worthless (you can get 25 percent!)
Functionality debuts in Skyrim, offers static or "pay what you want" price options.
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+Mike Thompson  It is better than how it was done, but yes, could be more "fair"
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Yesterday it was YouTube, today... happy birthday Hubble Space Telescope​.
It's less an observatory than a platform that's been renewed regularly.
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It's official, and in the word of the FCC's Tom Wheeler​, it's "In the best interests of consumers." 
Comcast regrets not being able to "bring our great products to new cities."
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Would it be too much to ask the FCC also places fines on the infractions it found related to the NBC deal?
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These are some baaaaad men. "We realized Chris had purchased goatattack.com back in September. And we thought if it’s not going to be a game, 'wtf is a goat attack?' We set out to answer that question, but only the Internet can decide from here."
Two programmers, pizza, beer, and a free night leads to hilarity.
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Apple Watch​ now has its own app store section (and tomorrow we'll have something for you on a few of those very apps.)
Day one developer support is an encouraging sign for early adopters.
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Meet the new apps, same as the old apps...
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Black Mirror episodes keep becoming reality, eeeeeeeh.
Oculus VR Jam entry promises a "personalized afterlife experience."
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What's next? L.E?
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Shipwrecked 170-year-old champagne anyone?
Found in a Baltic Sea shipwreck and subjected to modern chemical analysis.
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if it's been chill the whole time, it should be pretty tasty.
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The Apple Watch​ is finally "here," but these devs were trying to define its gaming when prototypes still involved cardboard.
Developers hunt for potential in wrist-based games played in 15-second bursts.
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Gaming on your watch still seems absurd to me.
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OK, these look a tad familiar Xiaomi​. But with those specs... we're still a little interested.
A mid-range 1080p device with a 3,120mAh battery should last a while.
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Does it run Chrome OS?
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We'll be the 8,567th to say it—*literal* helicopter parent.
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+Gustav Hartvigsson Or completely realistic. The first thing people say is ohhhh I cant believe someone could do that.
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As we chase down more information, know that reports are beginning to surface Comcast​ will abandon the Time Warner​ acquisition. 
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LOL +Mark Stein thank you for the LOL
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