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About three of them I recognize. One of them from the Monoply game.
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The first one, as it happens is where the High Line ran into and out of. The first in the Bronx connects to it. The Spuyten Duyvil Bridge connects to the whole business. There's a reason why the Dutch called it that. Think of the Hellgate Bridge and you're there.
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Someone special became one with something today, or even then.
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Look for the one for 1/10/2016. They believe it is inevitable that a robot will rob an ATM and make his getaway on a drone. I'm of the opinion that the robot will use a Google enabled driverless car that's making money for itself using Uber.
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Handsome and well dressed fellow don't all of you think? 
 
What’s 27 lbs, 4-ft tall and eats a pound of meat every day? Not a bobcat or lynx, not even a “wild animal,” as some passers-by in San Jose’s (mistakenly) think.

It’s just Spock the house cat — a giant 4-year-old Maine Coon who has now gone viral --> http://nbcbay.com/60xnIut
What’s 27 lbs, 4-ft tall and eats a pound of meat every day? Not a bobcat, not even a “wild animal,” as some passers-by in San Jose’s Rose Garden neighborhood (mistakenly) think.
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I've been saying this since talk of going to Mars surfaced. In fact we are very late.
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They need proof that there is usable mineable material for the fuel.  If hydrogen is there in quantities, or better yet, water, then we can get into the lunar gravity well and out again.

We need to explore figuring out how to put a sustainable facility like the space station @ one of the Le Grange points as well.  Moving from the Lunar gravity well to there with supplies would make anywhere in the solar system a target that could be hit. 

But taking everything from Earth up is a losing proposition.   Doable if we had to, say to build an asteroid defence of some sort, but would never be sustainable on the Earth economy.

Also small amounts in a continuous fashion can be flung into low Lunar orbit by rail launch, so anything made there could be orbited, then a tug could come down and pluck it up and take it to the Le Grange station.  Solar power to about 50000' above the Lunar surface, and powered flight the rest of the way up.

I just don't get the Mars for a man obsession.  Once the system described here is working (and has solved all the Mars manned expedition problems) then the Lunar economy will do that expedition, not an Earth bound country.
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Dear folks,

I just learned that thousands of people across the US are being defrauded out of their homes by criminals hiding behind shell corporations.

That's why I just signed this petition urging Chuck Schumer to support a key bill pending in the Senate that would end the secrecy surrounding shell and anonymous companies. Will you join me?


Thank you!
Homeowners across the country are being defrauded out of their homes and the criminals behind these frauds are using shell corporations to hide behind layers of paperwork.
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Okay what do all of you think? I'm actually jealous. (But no green eyes.)
Maker David Weiberg built this amazing Star Trek: TOS Enterprise bridge playset for his young son.
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On Monday that thing was bought from the Micro Center in Brooklyn. The first demonstration program worked exactly as written. The hard part will be making use of it. But that's normal.
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This is spooky. It all got started today, fifty odd years ago. Item Number Three shows up guarding a gate onto the Cape. Item Number One has a relative living here in Queens.
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I just bought a pair of level shifters from an almost competing firm here in the City today. Oddly enough they look similar to the one he chose. That one is from the strange people from Adafruit. Originally I wanted to substitute a Netduino for that Arduino, but, ah, it ran out of steam because I couldn't figure out how to translate the sketch into something the Netduino would understand.
Merry Christmas to everyone! Today's hack is something that I've been planning to try out for a while: Using the Raspberry Pi as a (relatively inexpensive) “HDMI shield” for the Arduino microcontroller. While the Pi can easily do most things that the Arduino can and usually much more, ...
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We know what happened. The Martians were engaged in the practice of shooting down the Russian ones. They left alone ours and the ones from the ESA. Of course we've had a few failures there, but nothing like that one.
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