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David Landry
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Linux, Android, Linux Music (jackd, Ardour, etc.) "cord cutting" (accessing entertainment by other means than Cable/Satellite providers - ie: OTA, FTA, Internet,) Progressive politics. Day job: Software QA
Linux, Android, Linux Music (jackd, Ardour, etc.) "cord cutting" (accessing entertainment by other means than Cable/Satellite providers - ie: OTA, FTA, Internet,) Progressive politics. Day job: Software QA

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Hi; A friend of mine just finished writing an interesting book about Thailand's Royalty and military dictatorship.

There are many stories in this book about how Thailand's elite (recently deceased King Bhumibol and his family) have become some of the richest people in the world by keeping their citizens oppressed and stealing all their resources.

Drug trade, murder, crime. These stories are fairly well known within Thailand, but this book is probably the first time these stories have been compiled and published in English.

Please help by visiting the website. and even if you can not afford to buy the book, please forward on this post anyway so the word can be spread to help publicize the cruelty of the Thai Royals and the military dictatorship which will be a great help in supporting Thais in creating a real democracy for Thailand and its people.

https://masabook.com/
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Incredible voice. The video is poor quality, but that voice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgKD7wp7f_s

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A lesson from 1909?

The idea was revolutionary. The Live Map was a small turntable device with a cable that attached to an automobile’s odometer. Before making their journeys, drivers would purchase paper discs with the route to their destination prescribed by The Touring Club of America.

At the beginning of the journey, the driver would place his journey’s disc to the Live Map’s turntable so that the journey’s starting point lined up with an arrow indicator on the glass cover. As the car began rolling, the turning odometer cable caused the map to rotate. The arrow would point to the driver’s changing position in the journey.

Each disc had up to 100 miles of travel details around its perimeter. If the journey was longer than 100 miles, the driver would replace the first disc with a second, or third part.

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So this Russian hacking is a really big deal? Right? Apparently not to the people keeping the evidence classified.
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Incredible - loved the original version, but this goes way above and beyond

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A/B Comparison of FictionJunction Music Video vs Live Performance.

Another reason to go see this group live (or Kalafina, which shares band members and is just as good live as well.)

FictionJunction - Stone Cold

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Remember when they called Jill Stein a science denying nut-job for saying GMOs need more independent research?

Seems Hillary and her camp agree. Not that when it comes to choosing between the people's protection and political expediency she ever chooses the people.

#PodestaEmailLeaks
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#BABYMETAL

OMG: This was the song that they would never be able to play live. 

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Enjoy while it lasts. It will probably be taken down soon, but while it's here it's two hours of pure 'ear orgasm'
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