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This is absurd. In case you don't have time to read the article, a high school student was wrestled to the ground and then arrested because he had a safety pin holding his broken glasses together, in violation of the school's unbelievably ridiculous "safety" rules. Treating our schools like training camp for future prisoners is unconscionable.
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Aaaand that's enough from you, Mr. Racist. #blocked  
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The particularly wonderful thing is, the graphic is authentically from MAD Magazine. :)

http://www.madmagazine.com/blog/2015/03/27/mad-explains-the-indiana-state-seal
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Speaking of lumberjacks...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70Npi6PccBk
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Cenote Ik Kil in Yucatán, Mexico. #photosphere 
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Cool. Those cenotes in the Yucatan are very nice. I went scuba diving in the Chac Mool one and it was a great experience.
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If you thought "corporate personhood" was democracy's mist pressing existential threat, you definitely won't be pleased to hear about recent efforts to raise corporations' rights and interests above even those of nations. Corporate Sovereignty...has an ominous ring, doesn't it? 
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Cockroaches operate in the dark. Thanks you +WikiLeaks Unofficial for shining some light on this.
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I hate this fucking douchebag. First, he was all insane about "terror babies" and then he said a crap-ton of other stupid shit, and now he's covering John "WARRR!!!!" McCain's idiotic song about bombing Iran. Just. Stahp. How do ridiculous morons like Gohmert even get elected?? Seriously, Texas, this is your fault.
 
Happy Nowruz from Louie Gohmert... 
Louie Gohmert, one of the most conservative and hawkish members of the US House of Representatives, wants to bomb Iran, and he wants to do it now.
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People are stupid, and those people have an equal voice (one vote) as an intelligent person. Democracy has its problems, and that is one. 
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Just to start your Monday with a big dose of #WTF
 
Four workers vaccinating children against Polio were killed by extremists. To the anti-vaxxer crowd, this is a good thing.
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Rome.
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Tim Cook grew up in Alabama. The days of segregation and discrimination marked by “Whites Only” signs on shop doors, water fountains and restrooms must remain deep in our past. We must never return to any semblance of that time. America must be a land of opportunity for everyone.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/pro-discrimination-religious-freedom-laws-are-dangerous-to-america/2015/03/29/bdb4ce9e-d66d-11e4-ba28-f2a685dc7f89_story.html
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*snort* These broke my snarkmeter.
 
Oh, these are hysterical.  If you've read a bunch of Richard Scarry's Busytown stuff, this is wonderful.
An ongoing project attempting to explain our highly intangible, deeply disruptive, data-driven, venture-backed, gluten-free economic meritocracy to the uninitiated. With apologies to Richard Scarry.
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I had a hell of a lot less debt than that from my MBA. but definitely funny.
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"The Indiana law gives businesses owners who oppose homosexuality for religious reasons the right to turn away gay, lesbian and transgender people. Governor Mike Pence signed the law Thursday, hailing it as a victory for "religious liberty."

INDIANA: Making Ohio look progressive since 1816
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence passed a law giving businesses the right to refuse service to gay, lesbian and transgender people on religious grounds. But many big businesses have come out against the law.
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+Craig Froehle You know that Faux would call it "reverse racism" or "catering to a minority" ;-)
By widening to Gays + open minded, we become a majority they cannot deny.

Still want to see a sticker "we don't serve bigots"!
(Would be legal now, no?).
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By the end of the century, we could very likely see this exact same thing happen to tigers, elephants, black rhinos, sumatran rhinos, snow leopards, polar bears, and about 100 other apex mammals that you see in pretty much every children's book about nature. And how are we going to explain to our great-grandkids why we let that happen?
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+Craig Froehle In eventual time, yes.  I'm not suggesting we do an entire clone repopulation, just enough to replace these rhinos that can't reproduce.  If we can get some sort of breeding started, then there's a chance.  To include variety, as the article mentioned we may have to down the road introduce some other species to interbreed.
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Here's a mathematician who also happens to play professional football. I sincerely hope his self-proclaimed addiction to violent physical activities doesn't ruin his chances at a lifelong career in math.
"A Cascadic Multigrid Algorithm for Computing the Fiedler Vector of Graph Laplacians" was published in the Journal of Computational Mathematics. It's not Urschel's first paper.
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+The Quiet Observer in Canada no, sneezing cannot cause brain injury. The only exception to this is post nasal surgery risk, where hypothetically a sneeze could force air into the brain cavity and possibly lead to stroke (astronomical odds).
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Engineer → dot-com startup CEO → PhD → business professor & healthcare operations researcher. Unapologetic technophile. Affable skeptic. INTJ. Husband and dad. 

What you'll mostly see me discussing is technology, sociopolitical issues, business/industry, kids/family, and various hobbies (science, photography, cars, sports, etc.).

Disclaimer: Nobody I work for, with, or near has anything to do with my opinions or posts; these thoughts are mine alone. My work/professional Google account can be found elsewhere.

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The following mini-autobiography should be sung to the tune of The Beverly Hillbillies theme song:

Come and listen to my story 'bout a man named Craig
He started out life as just a tiny egg.
Grew up loving science and technology.
So he went off to college saying "engineering's for me!"

Mechanical, that is. Physics tests. Sausage fests.

Well after not too long, Craig's bored by his work.
Kinfolk said, "Tedium makes you beserk;
Academia is the place you otta be!"
So he headed to Carolina and got his Ph.D.

Business, that is. Operations. Management.

So now Craig's a prof at a university.
Educating his students all about efficiency.
He got tenure so he'll be there til he dies.
Or at least until he wins a Nobel Prize.

Not gonna happen. Very unlikely. P<<.001.

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Founded, ran, and sold MemoWare.com, which, at its peak, was among the 15,000 most-visited websites in the world.
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When I had my Subaru, TIC was THE place to go for service and mod advice & parts, and I heard the same thing from BMW & Mini Cooper owners, too. Their new shop (as of mid-2014) next to I-71 is incredible! Great guys, very knowledgeable, and work hard to make sure their customers get the results they want.
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Like stepping back in time to a soda shop from the 1920s. Wonderful ice cream, fantastic candies, and an unparalleled atmosphere. Should be a must-visit place on anyone's list.
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I discovered El Jinete today by accident and I'm so glad I did. I ate lunch there today and the food was outstanding. I had the Burrito Marino, a shrimp burrito platter, that was simply delicious. The service is friendly and efficient. Really, I don't know if I could improve the whole experience. Oh, and they have outdoor seating.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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Easy to overlook, but that's a mistake. The food is amazing with a heck of a fantastic, and reasonably priced, lunch buffet. Service is attentive and friendly. Definitely recommended.
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Marion's is my favorite pizza, and it's not an uninformed opinion. While I can't argue that it should be yours as well -- we all have different tastes after all -- I hope you'll give it a try. Marion's is classic Dayton-style pizza: cracker-thin crust topped with sauce, cheese, and toppings, in that order. They're particularly known for their sausage, which is finely ground. The restaurants themselves are a bit anachronistic, with separate walk-up counters for ordering food and drinks. No tipping is permitted and it's generally inexpensive. Seating can easily accommodate large parties, so you'll see lots of sports teams and family celebrations there. Give it a try...you may end up loving it like several of my friends have.
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The yogurt is very good with lots of variety. Toppings leave a little to be desired, especially fruit during the winter. The biggest problem, though, is that it seems like at least 15% of the flavors are out or broken every time we go. Staff tend to range from apathetic to clueless, with a few exceptions.
Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Poor - Fair
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Great gyros, uneven service. The new location across the street from the old location is much nicer.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
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