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You don't have to agree on everything to be partners in supporting a worthy cause.
 
For the first time, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints made a contribution to the Utah Pride Center.
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+Bryan Beck Here's something to aspire to.
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Praise God in the name of Jesus Christ amen......
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It has been many years, but I have not forgotten that as pilots in World War II we did not have the electronic equipment that we have today. Our hope in a storm was to follow a radio beam.

A steady signal, and you were on course. If you moved to one side of the steady signal, it would break up to a “dit-da,” the Morse code for the letter A.

If you strayed to the other side of the signal, the beam would break up into a “da-dit,” the Morse code signal for N.

In stormy weather there was always static and interference. But the life of many a pilot has depended on his hearing, above the roar of the engines and through all the static and interference, that sometimes weak signal from a distant airfield.

There is a spiritual beam, with a constant signal. If you know how to pray and how to listen, spiritually listen, you may move through life, through clear weather, through storms, through wars, through peace, and be all right.
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"We challenge all youth to avoid bullying, insults, or language and practices that deliberately inflict pain on others. All of these violate the Savior’s command to love one another."
Dallin H. Oaks teaches that as disciples of Jesus Christ, we are to love others and live peacefully with those whose beliefs differ from our own.
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We've launched Polymer 1.0, bringing high quality app-like experiences to the browser across desktop and mobile, and introduced new Polymer elements, allowing you to drop in common features like toolbars and menus, services like maps and charts, or build a complete mobile-first checkout flow in your web app.
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When I worked at Office Depot, some printers would automatically use the more expensive colored ink even when only printing black documents. This was ostensibly to improve the visual quality of the text being printed, even though I doubt anybody could really tell the difference. The saving grace was that they had a setting you could change to make the printer use only black ink.

+Hewlett-Packard, I find it unconscionable that you removed this setting from your printers entirely. There is no excuse for treating your customers this way. Shameful.
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I love it when we find books for our kids that I'm so eager to read that I'll read them by myself after the kids are in bed.
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Ah, yes, I am familiar with the Stinky Cheese man.
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Sitting here eating the cashews and almonds my wife packed in my lunch today. She must want me to live a long time. :-)
Nuts again are linked to lower risk of death from a number of causes. Alas, peanut butter is not.
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I do want you to live a long time. I must have been inspired to know what to feed you. :)
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Women rock.
 
I am filled with awe as I think about the powerful influence of women.

You women have been divinely endowed with unique discernment and strength. Your qualities don’t make you better than or inferior to men. They just make you different—wonderfully, deliberately, and everlastingly so.

Each of you must come to know what the Lord wants for you individually. While one of you may be inspired to continue your education, another of you may receive inspiration to begin a family.

We should not question each other’s choices or the inspiration behind them. We should refrain from asking hurtful and unsupportive questions. We can all be kinder and more thoughtful of the situations in which our sisters throughout the world find themselves as they seek to follow the will of our Heavenly Father in their lives.

I know that as you draw nearer to the Lord, He will guide you to become the best version of yourself and to make inspired decisions in your life. He needs you—with your unique strengths, insights, and experiences—to save souls and build the kingdom of God.
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Last Christmas, I thought it would be a great idea to get my wife a year's subscription to +Amazon.com's Kindle Unlimited--Worst. Gift. Ever.

In five months, she's only ever found one Kindle Unlimited book that she actually wanted to read. She's tried "discovering new authors" through the service. She's tried looking through the "Popular and New" lists, and sorting by Rating--it's all either crap, not her thing, or we already own it.

We finally tried to just cancel the remaining 7 months of the service, to discover that Amazon "can't" discontinue or refund a gifted service. If I'd just told her, "Merry Christmas hon, go sign up for this service," we could have canceled it at any time, but since I thought it would be nice to have her receive it as a "gift," she's stuck with it, and we're stuck with $70 worth of a service that turned out to be Very, Very Limited. After hours chatting with a customer support rep, all they could give us was a $20 discount on future digital purchases.

If you know people who like to read, please share this experience with them.
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You did, indeed. Wish I had looked more closely.
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Brent says its similar to how we use Greek letters or French phrases in English. International measurements, for example, or sometimes there's a well-known concept that's easier to express in a single Chinese character than by writing out a whole word in Korean.
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Ninja, Software Development
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  • Aviacode
    Software Developer, 2015 - present
  • Truenorthlogic
    Software Engineer/Architect, 2015
  • GE Healthcare
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Taylorsville, UT
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West Valley City, UT - Midvale, UT - Murray, UT - Draper, UT - Sandy, UT - Salt Lake City, UT - Limoges, France - Mantes-la-Jolie, France - Caen, France - Versailles, France - Nogent-sur-Marne, France
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I am a web developer in the Salt Lake City area, a proud husband and father, and a Latter-day Saint.

I moderate the Salt Lake City Developers Google+ Community, and I have a strong reputation on StackOverflow.
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  • University of Utah
    Computer Science, 2001 - 2005
  • Brighton High School
    1998 - 2001
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j2jensen
When my son wanted to take karate, I spent some time looking around before finding Pursuit of Mastery. Not only were they cheaper than the other places we checked out, but the positive energy of this place is amazing. They've clearly got their act together, with some phenomenal instructors and a well-thought-out curriculum. The facilities and decor help to flesh out the professional feel. I liked what I saw so much that I decided to start taking classes here too. Now, almost a year later, I'm still super impressed with the quality and range of instruction. The instructors encourage a positive learning environment that inspires all the students to work together to become their best. I only regret that my busy life only lets me go here twice a week.
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