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Man who smashed police car faces higher bail than cop who allegedly murd...
One got $500,000 for hitting a car with a traffic cone. Another got $350,000 for alleged murder.
Income Inequality Is Costing the U.S. on Social Issues
When the economic underpinning of full employment at a decent wage gave in, America’s safety net proved too weak to hold society together.
Fabricating Aluminum Hinge Parts | Cheerful Curmudgeon
In a previous post, Fabricating Steel Hinge Parts, I showed how I made the steel half of one of the Bede BD-4C airplane door hinges. The oth
Median age at Google is 29, says age discrimination lawsuit | Computerworld
Lawsuit recounts experience of a programmer who tried to get a job at Google
Right Rear Fuselage Skin Bonded | Cheerful Curmudgeon
My Bede BD-4C is looking more like a modern airplane and less like the Wright Flyer, since I bonded the eight foot long section of skin to t
Google Wants To Speed Up The Web With Its QUIC Protocol
You may have never heard of it, but if you are a Chrome users, chances are you've used Google's QUIC protocol already. As Google disclosed t
FBI overstated forensic hair matches in nearly all trials before 2000 - ...
Forensic hair matches were overstated in many cases heard before 2000, including those of 32 defendants sentenced to death, the FBI and the
Baratza Encore Coffee Grinder | Cheerful Curmudgeon
We wore out our venerable Mr. Coffee coffee grinder. It made a lot of noise but the blades were so smooth that they would not feed the beans
Fabricating Steel Hinge Parts | Cheerful Curmudgeon
Here is a bonus post, for those of you who are seriously into the nitty gritty of fabricating an airplane out of a pile of aluminum and stee
Medicare just saved more than 10 times the combined cost of Amtrak and t...
The savings look pretty impressive when stacked up against some other big figures.
OnePlus One review: a $300 smartphone has never looked so good
Look at your phone. If you can honestly admit that you love every single thing about it, I have good news: You can stop reading this review,