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John Oliver does it again - after you stop laughing, be sure to take the time to submit a comment. Seems hopeless but better to try. #netneutrality
One of the signature elements of "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" is the host's ability to use long, commercial-free segments to dig into subjects upon which many Americans are uninformed. Take net neutrality, for example. Most will...
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A humorous take on the needless debate. 
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+Anil Pillai I've heard Chris Hayes mention that program but have not had the opportunity to view it.  Thanks for suggesting it; it sounds like a nice balance to the news as well as an inspiration.
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Worrisome news for those of you who eat meat - kill lines sped up 20% and inspectors cut by 50%.  Sounds like a good reason to support local, small-scale producers.
 
Failed pilot inspection program leaves feces (and other contaminants) on beef and pork—and the feds want to keep it going.

NO NO NO NO.
Failed pilot inspection program leaves feces (and other contaminants) on beef and pork—and the feds want to keep it going.
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Who knew arugula was a cruciferous vegetable?! 
 
When it comes to choosing the healthiest salad base, which types of lettuce pack the biggest nutritional punch? We have the answer! http://bbcom.me/1847HYz
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Going to have to try these.  I often mix them all in a fruit shake but never tried it as a frozen treat!
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Helpful guide for composting.  From what I've read you should also avoid egg shells unless you clean off the egg residue.  Apparently the protein attracts critters to your bin.  #compost #gardening
When it comes to composting, there are a few items that can be confusing, especially if you're a newbie. Here are eleven items some people mistakenly throw in the compost bin, but should keep off the pile.
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Having trouble starting your tomato plants with saved seeds? Check this out...
 
Tomato seeds, like peas and beans, are among the easiest seeds to prepare and save. But they’re not without problems. 
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How is it the general public continues to be swayed by the agendas of the NRA, the Koch brothers, Faux News, etc.?  It's baffling and frightening.
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Mindfulness - much needed for my monkey mind, yet such work to maintain, particularly when most needed! This nice write-up came to me fortuitously so I'm passing it on in hopes it might catch the eye of another who could use it.
 
WHAT IS MINDFULNESS?  Do you agree that Mindfulness is the very cause of our joy?
Mindfulness has recently exploded into Western Society, but mindfulness is not a new concept. It is at the heart of all ancient wisdom.
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Here's a good summary of all things GMO. Be sure to check out all the links...
 
What are ‪#‎GMOs‬? What foods are genetically modified? What foods have you heard are GMO, but aren't (did you know that aren't any forms of GM rice that are approved for human consumption?)? Get the details at Mother Jones.
Leaving aside the question of whether they're good or bad for a moment, what exactly are GMOs, and which foods are they in?
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A helpful guide for those looking to plant a fall crop...
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I highly recommend Community Acupuncture of St. Louis. The pricing is flexible - on a sliding scale - and there is never any pressure to pay more than one is able to provide. The group setting of the treatment room likely allows for the lower payment options. Though the space is shared by clients, the room is arranged with comfortable recliners in a way that each person is provided adequate space and privacy. Lighting is low and relaxing music plays in the background. Many is the time that I have found myself nodding off during treatment due to the comfort of the atmosphere. For those preferring a room to themselves, that is available for an additional fee. As for the practitioners, I’ve seen both Bryan and John, who are very personable. It’s clear they enjoy their work and are motivated to provide the best care for their clients. They are skilled in their knowledge and practice and have helped me overcome a repetitive motion injury, one that persisted after steroid shots and, according to my physician, would only improve with surgery. Thanks to the acupuncture treatment, I did not need the surgery! In addition to the high caliber of treatment from the practitioners, the office staff is always courteous and friendly. I have only positive things to say about my experience with Community Acupuncture of St. Louis!
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