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US President Barack Obama said Sunday it was unclear who was 'calling the shots' in North Korea under its untested new leader and stepped up demands for Pyongyang to abort its planned rocket launch.
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Festival of Colors

Today the #jarviewalk was at the #festivalofcolors in Utah, anyone who's been following my stream knows that I may have been completely covered by colors and my camera had never looked quite as colorful in it's short life as well - though fortunately the combination of weather sealing and duct tape held up really well and it's looking brand new again.

The festival was amazing, and I can't thank +Scott Jarvie enough for inviting us and providing us with a truck filled with compressed air, food, drinks, battery to charge our stuff on and everything else - this guy went way, way above and beyond to make this an amazing event for us - and that it certainly was - so colorful, such good vibes everywhere and so much fun! Was the most fun I've had in a while!

I took over 3000 photos today so I'll have to wait to get home before I can offload them all (my laptop doesn't have enough space for the 128gb of photos I took today) but I did want to share a little preview with you so you understand why it was very much worth it to come out here and get a little dirty.

What an amazing day that was.
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Which animals are OK to kill?

Killing animals is an extremely controversial practice. By controversial, I mean it's an emotionally charged subject with disagreement about what the ethical "rules" are.

For example, many people who eat beef without concern are horrified about the killing of horses for food. So the "rule" is apparently "food" animals are OK to kill, but "sport" animals aren't? Or is it that cows are ugly and horses are "majestic"?

California Fish and Game Commission president Dan Richards is in trouble for killing a mountain lion on a hunting trip. It's legal in Idaho, where he killed, it, but illegal in California, where there's a huge public outcry, with many calling for him to be fired. Most of the people who are upset about this wouldn't have cared at all if he had killed, say, a wild boar. So the "rule" for these people is that "pretty" or "cute" animals shouldn't be killed, but killing ugly ones is OK?

Many people who are OK with the killing of tuna are horrified by the killing of dolphins. Is there an unwritten "rule" that "intelligent" animals are to be spared, but "stupid" ones are OK to kill?

What should the "rules" be for the killing of animals?

Is the visual appeal of animals to humans the right criterion -- we can kill fugly animals but not cute or majestic ones? Is intelligence the right criterion?

What are YOUR "rules" for which animals should never be killed?
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SEOUL (Reuters) - Apple Inc's new iPhone will have a sharper and bigger 4.6-inch retina display and is set to be launched around the second quarter, a South Korean media reported on Thursday.Sales of
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In chats with students this week, I've been giving the following advice:

If a potential employer "asks" you to see what you're posting privately (or what you imagine to be privately) on a social network, or "asks" for your password, tell them you can't because it violates the terms of service.

If they persist, thank them for their time and leave. You don't want to work for people who think they have the right to be so intrusive.
If you think privacy settings on your Facebook and Twitter accounts guarantee future employers or schools can't see your private posts, guess again. Employers and colleges find the treasure-trove of p...
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