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There are many ways to fight for liberty.

Here's a couple of them: http://bit.ly/1OslnB8

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May 12, 2016—Michael Boldin, founder and executive director of the Tenth Amendment Center, reveals a bit of history on jury nullification and resistance you would be hard pressed to find anywhere e…
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+Evernote  recently released an upgrade which, for a brief moment, seemed to greatly speed up using the Search field in Windows EN application. 
I was so thrilled about it because it seemed like it got rid of the "not responding" issue. Well, my hopes were dashed on the rocks a day or so later when I realized EN was back to it's previous sluggishness. 
What a bummer. 
The thing is, this happens on both my work and home machines--and a third one I keep at another office.
The trouble starts when I attempt to do a search for a keyword. Often I can't even get through typing more than 3-4 chars before EN has a seizure and makes me wait.  
This is my one major complaint with this application and despite housing over 8,000 (!) notes in EN, I'm constantly on the lookout for a replacement tool that won't make me wait every single day.
It's as if the search function goes into a deep sleep when it is not used for a while. Then has to be woken but acts like a drunken sailor for the first several seconds (which feel like minutes).
But once it is awake, it seems pretty responsive.
So it's not like the feature is always slow. It's slow upon waking.
Seems like a bug that should have been snuffed out long ago.

Anyone else experiencing this?
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Hey +google, why is it so hard to offer a freaking camera .apk that works on my bloody Nexus 6P?? It's continues to be so wonky and somehow when I need it most it fails me by hanging my phone or just not invoking to begin with. Makes me dream of Samsung just so you know.
I thought stock Android would be so much faster...
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This is a great app for tracking how many times you've done a task or action. I use to to track how many times a day I do stretches and eye exercises.
Thing Counter is a free tool to count clicks like a tally counter.You want ...
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Awesome ideas here for shop and home alike!
 
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Want to listen to a video podcast/show in your car but don't want the video? Go to this site and convert the Youtube to MP3, load it onto your phone like any other song. Voila! Instant "podcast".
There are others out there like this but this is the only one I have found so far that converts videos greater than 90 mins. I've done them as long as 2.5 hours.
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This is a wonderful stargazing application for the Android. Check it out if you're into that kind of thing. The imagery is fantastic and it even runs a little background music that fits the mood. You can see the orbit pattern of planets and constellations very clearly. I love this application.
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“The number one issue concerning Donald Trump is the misrepresentation that this is about Trump. We are watching a worldwide uprising against government. This is the West’s version of 1989 which took down Communism. We are witnessing opposition to the establishment everywhere from Germany, France, and Britain, to even China. The Chinese version of Donald Trump is Ren Zhiquiang, who has defied the Communist Party Leader President Xi Jinpeng. Normally, anyone who would criticize the head of the party would end up in prison. Things are changing on a global scale. This is what our computer model has been warning would lie on the other side of 2015.75. What has emerged in China is rather amazing, for the sophisticated Chinese people, including scholars, journalists, students and dissidents, have all supported Ren against the Chinese Communist Party. That is quite amazing and unprecedented in modern times.
 
"The 'establishment' in so many countries are refusing to connect the dots. There is a change in the political winds and what is coming is something that takes place about once every 309.6 years. The last change in the political wind produced the American Revolution against monarch which caught on in France, and eventually in England structurally. The question is what will the wind blow into town this time? Democracy at last? Or will be it be more oppression from the establishment?” http://buff.ly/1LRDJzN
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Man the Nexus 6P camera is still pissing me the heck off. Even after recent updates, I go to take a picture using the quick "double press the power button" shortcut. About 25% of the time this will fail and the camera will hang and then finally require a force quit and restart. C'mon Google! The camera is about half the reason I bought the phone!
I've lost some really cute opportunities for cute pics/videos of my 3 year old daughter. No bueno. #nexus6p
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Anyone else out there with the +Nexus 6P notice improvements in the camera lag issue lately? Seems like the last couple of updates have improved the situation.

Was pretty frustrated before that. Lost a couple of key shots of my 3yo daughter doing some pretty clever/cute stuff while I waited for the camera to stop having a seizure.
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The new +Google+ has a bug when it comes to showing previously recorded Hangouts.
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If you want a home cooked Latin meal at affordable prices, this is tire place. Service is fast too. My goto place for lunch. Love it here.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Our new goto place for Buddy Brew coffee. Atmosphere is very comfortable and the people who run the joint show great care in making sure you're happy with the whole experience. Teas are well made too!
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
In my 50+ years as an owner of teeth, I have never had a dentist who so obviously cares as much Dr. Ray Behm. His caring shows in a variety of ways. First, you can feel it in the way he addresses you as a patient. This is hard to describe but it comes across clear as a bell when he's sitting at your side. His 'bedside" manner is professional, but still warm and natural. He's a pleasure to talk to and you can tell he loves to care for his patients. The next thing that is unique about Dr. Behm is how much care he has taken to understand the relationship between what's happening in the mouth how that effects the rest of the body. His understanding of the holistic function of the human mouth is second to none, in my opinion. If you have some symptom in some other part of your body, he can tell you how that relates to your teeth and show you whether there's a connection (e.g. if infection in the mouth is related to that cardiovascular problem you're experiencing, or whatever). This is one of the most important aspects of his care as far as I'm concerned. Dr. Behm also excels in his ability to present his findings in such a way that I always leave there feeling enlightened and certain about what I should do next. If there's a procedure being recommended, he informs me and then helps me know whether it's something I really need or something more on the "nice to have" end of things. That helps me make smart decisions and I really appreciate that. I never feel like I'm being pressured into something that could wait. The other thing that sets him apart is he tests everything he ever puts in your mouth to make sure your body will agree with it. That's just tremendous! Then there are things like the vitamin C or ozone floss which he uses to ward off infection. I mean honestly--who does these things? I'll tell you who. Dr. Ray Behm! He's an outstanding dentist. I'd recommend him highly to anyone who takes the health of their teeth and their entire body seriously. You won't regret it.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
We love the paleo and anti- inflammatory-friendly menu. One of our favorite places for a healthy meal without having to sacrifice flavor.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Very tasty food and good service. Tried beef tongue for the first time (taco) and it was great. They can prepare tacos both the Mexican way and the American way, which is a novel approach to offering a menu. I personally prefer the authentic preparation of a taco and they did not disappoint. The menu is quite large so there tremendous variety, not just in tacos but many dishes. They also offer cervezas and a full range of Mexican sodas and so on. I plan to return in the near future.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Had their pork dinner with plantains and rice today and it was tasty. Service was a little spotty, but I learned that they were hit with a 200% increase in lunch guests compared to the day before and it caught them completely off guard. I'll definitely be back to try again and sample some other items on the menu. I love Latin food and I would say they did a very good job on the pork.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Extremely authentic. So authentic the girls working there may misunderstand your order due to their limited English. So be clear and make sure they got what you want. Sometimes they have Mole (chocolate sauce). It's very tasty and worth ordering. We usually just get tacos or enchiladas. I love the tacos because they are just like the way they do them in Mexico: fresh tortillas, meat and some cilantro. Side of salsa, green or red. Red is spicy. It's our favorite little secret for Mexican food.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago