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The most important - and most comically delivered - rant I've heard in awhile.

Thank you, +Stefan Molyneux! Happy Tax Day back atcha! ;-)
 
The Truth About Taxes: Something to help ease the pain...
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"To the best of my knowledge, in the entire history of the criminal justice system in America, no one has ever been convicted and sentenced to life in prison for loaning a car and going to sleep...  Unless people of good will and common sense publicize his case, Ryan Holle will die in prison."
Florida man Ryan Holle is currently serving his 11th year of a life sentence, even with no prior criminal record.
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I hate ketchup. So, I'm thinking I would really like Not Ketchup - right??
 
Our favorite slideshow ever. Thanks +Nicole Presley for putting together all these great Not Ketchup recipes for +Babble readers! 
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Good morning. And you're welcome.
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+Agustin Almonte always knows what will make me physically convulse with laughter.
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FYI, Plussers
 
Several people have been asking me about the new "view count" number which shows up on your profile, and I've been answering on a bunch of threads, so let me give you the key answers in one place.

What does this number count? This is total views on your profile, your posts, your photos, and your videos. 

What constitutes a "view?" For your profile, when someone goes to view your profile page. For other things, it's when they look at it -- e.g., when one of your posts shows up on someone's screen. (That's because this is how most people read posts: showing up in a stream, without clicking on it explicitly) Looking at your hovercard doesn't count.

Is this related to +1's, reshares, etc.? Only in that someone who +1'ed your post also probably saw it. You can already see counts for those on individual posts, etc., and before today you could see view counts for each photo if you looked carefully at the one-up view -- now you can see that for everything.

If someone reshares my post, does that count? Yes, since a viewer is seeing your content. Ditto if someone sees your post through an "Alice +1'ed this," through a post embedded on a page, or any other way that someone encounters it.

I don't want to show this on my profile! You can hide this by going to your settings page. Go to plus.google.com/settings and look for "Show how many times your profile and content have been viewed."

This seems strange: Some people seem to have a lot more views relative to their number of followers than others. Is something broken? Not at all. Some people have a lot of followers but don't engage with them well, while other people engage amazingly with a smaller group. 

I want to find out more. Check out the Help Center article at http://goo.gl/8BjroH .
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swat team was necessary huh?  Time off for good behavior?  Clearly he's been rehabilitated and learned his lesson too right?  Isn't that the biggest point of jail? (as claimed) to rehab or to deter future negative actions... Or do they want to admit that it's a revenue generator?  

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2602825/A-clerical-error-allowed-convicted-man-walk-free-13-years-Missouri-wants-reformed-delinquent-family-four-serve-sentence.html
The Missouri Department of Corrections discovered, upon preparing to release a prisoner who had served a 13-year sentence in July 2013, that the prisoner had never been incarcerated.
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Save the tortoises! Errrrrrrr...
 
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More PROOF that surfing solves any of life's problems...
 
Instead of getting surgery, an adventurous surfer in Hawaii sought a different approach to treat his eye condition — he dipped his head into the rushing water while surfing a gigantic, 30-foot (10 meters) wave.
Instead of getting surgery, an adventurous surfer in Hawaii sought a different approach to treat his eye condition — he dipped his head into the rushing water while surfing a gigantic, 30-foot (10 meters) wave, according to a new report of his case.
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A little birdy told me (in binary code which I translated into graphics).
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Filmmaking, Photography, Bass guitar (fingerin' them thickers!), Ham Radio (KK6KDU), Surfing, Tao.
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I live in the Los Angeles area, originally from New England.

Transplanted to Los Angeles, originally from New England (quite a chilly place in the winter, from what I remember). 

I also like interesting stuff, not boring stuff (no no no).

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I dig voluntaryism (the non-scary sounding synonym for anarchism).

Some thoughts and quotes on the subject...
  • The State is expert at violence, and is expert at using violence against it to justify not only its existence but also the expansion of its power. If you use violence against the State, you're fighting a battle you cannot win, and that will only make the State stronger.
  • "The state is not something which can be destroyed by a revolution, but is a condition, a certain relationship between human beings, a mode of human behavior; we destroy it by contracting other relationships, by behaving differently." ~ Gustav Landauer
  • Live the truth and carry the lantern; those with "eyes to see and ears to listen" will take notice and be affected. Celebrate the everyday anarchy. Cultivate happiness in your own life while bringing love & light to as many as you can. The personal satisfaction of spreading joy to others should be boundless and without attachment to anyone or anything.

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Methuen, Massachusetts - Columbus, Ohio - Salem, Massachusetts - Lawrence, Massachusetts
I've been going here for years, both personally and professionally, for all my electronic repair needs. This is the "mom & pop shop" owned by two brothers who are great. They fix things AND make me laugh. Old skool/good skool - can't beat that!
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If you come to Malta, make sure you come here! The Torture Dungeon was quite lovely (in the most grotesque way).
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Surprisingly pretty good for a "mall restaurant!"
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