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Very good article right here. I highly recommend reading it.
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Not much of a surprise that a team who bamboozled the community and appropriated the work of community developers - men and women who wrote code in good faith, and for the fun of it - and attempted to turn a profit off of the work of hundreds of others, is treating their employees (the open source coders apparently) like this. It's somewhat gratifying to see that their efforts to monetize AOSP are falling apart though. I'll never cry for people who sell out their own community for profit.

It's a shame though that the burden of development of CyanogenMod will fall to the community - the same community that was left jilted and jaded when their hard work was taken and copyrighted by a company that mislead them. I'd honestly urge Android community members to let the ROM project die, as it's nothing less than what the CM team deserves. Find more worthwhile projects and honest developers to work with and contribute to. 
I guess that bullet intended for Google's head kinda backfired at Cyanogen Inc. First reported by Android Police, Cyanogen Inc. has laid off around 30 of its staff, following an extended executive retreat. The majority of those losing their jobs are on the OS side of things, putting the future of Cyanogen's vision of a Google-less Android in question. Cyanogen himself, Steve Kondik reportedly led the layoffs, scheduling generic human resou...
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You assholes think that killing 5 cops makes you more or less likely to be targeted? Yeah, that's what I thought... Critical thinking motherfuckers - learn to use some. 
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+Jay Hiza Jay this guy called me a terrorist for being Muslim, don't talk to him.
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I'm just going to leave this here and let it simmer. Some of you really need to ask yourselves whether this man would still be willing to die for you today. 
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I think this article makes some incredibly valid points regarding Messi's drive and ambition, as well as his legacy in the pantheon of Argentine greats. While Messi is undoubtedly the best player Argentina have produced in decades, I've long contended that his international impact has been lacking. The bulk of his international goals have come against rubbish teams, so unlike Maradona and Batistuta, Messi's goals have little to no value. I don't think it can be questioned that his legacy will be forever tarnished if this retirement sticks.

The one point I think the article misses though is what Messi's failures with Argentina says about his overall game. Again, I've been saying for years that the real star at Barca is the system. It's a system that was decades in the making, and really came into its own with the arrival of Ronaldinho. Since that time, the Barca system has been "plug and play", meaning that virtually any good player can be brought into the side without losing continuity.

Example: exit Puyol, enter Bartra - Barca still wins. Exit Eto'o, enter Henry - Barca still win. Exit Xavi, enter Rakitic - Barca still win. Exit Ronaldinho, enter Messi - Barca still win... You get the point. While Henry was a better striker than Eto'o, he didn't get a lot of run at Barca, and Ronaldinho and Messi are virtually interchangeable, but I don't think anyone can debate that Bartra is worse than Puyol, Rakitic is worse than Xavi, Umtiti is worse than Alves, etc.

How are these players - some of them significantly worse than their predecessors - able to have continued success year after year? Because the system is that good. Remove players like Messi, Neymar, Suarez, Iniesta, Mascherano, and Rakitic from the Barca setup and place them with their national teams, and something interesting happens - the players who do the "dirty work" - Mascherano, Iniesta, Suarez, and Busquets continue to be good, but the flamboyant players in Messi and Neymar (both captains of their national sides coincidentally) struggle. Now Neymar has some level of excuse - Brazil is really not that good any more - but Messi has players like Mascherano, Di Maria, Aguero, Banega, Lamela, Gaitan, Pastore, and Lavezzi around him (I left Higuain out for a reason - he's afraid to score in an Argentina shirt apparently)... These are all players who are either world class or very, very close to world class. Messi has no excuse for not winning trophies with them. His only excuse is that Argentina don't play the same system as Barca, and that's the rub... Leo can't be great without the nearly infallible system that Barca play.

Maradona was right though - Messi isn't a leader. He's captain because he's the best player in the team, not because he's the best choice to galvanize the squad. Mascherano should probably be captain because like him or hate him, he always turns up and gives his all for the team. When Messi decided that his job was done after the World Cup group stage in 2014 (not scoring in the knockout rounds), it was Mascherano who drove Argentina to the final. I think Messi actually hurts Argentina more than he helps at this point, and I'll make a bold claim - if Messi stays retired, I think Argentina are unburdened going into the 2018 World Cup, and actually win the thing without him.

I'd rambled long enough... Thoughts guys? 
VideoLionel Messi's retirement announcement from international football, following an abysmal Copa America final that saw a shocking display from supposedly professional sports players, has been felt as a loss by all. Argentina's Lionel Messi leaves the field after being defeated by Chile in the penalty shoot-out of the Copa America Centenario final. Photo credit [...]
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+The Goaltender probably because he and his family would never be welcomed in Argentina again, and their safety world constantly be in question. Plus, I think he's lived in Catalunya long enough to feel some kind of way about the Spanish national team. I also don't doubt his love for his country... I'm sure he dreamed of lifting a World Cup with Argentina ever since he was a boy and becoming the new Maradona. I don't think he could live down the shame of joining the Spanish team. 
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Like sands through the hourglass, so are the ways this bitch lies... 
The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, undercut many of the arguments Mrs. Clinton has used to play down her use of a private email server while secretary of state.
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RIP to the Greatest of All Time - Muhammed Ali. The world lost a legend today. 
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So congrats to my favorite baseball player - Ken Griffey Jr. - on his Hall of Fame induction today. Arguably the best center fielder to ever play the game. What I'd like to know is, who are the 5 BBWA members morons who *didn't vote him in? In an era where almost every big-name player had their numbers bolstered by steroid use (Bonds, Canseco, Sosa, McGuire, etc) I'd think the BBWA would trip over themselves to unanimously vote in a guy who was not only dominant, but dominated the game while completely clean. 
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+Jay Hiza I'm trying to raise awareness by posting about it on other big communities.
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This is the current FIFA Top 10 rankings... I have to say that I disagree with a large amount of this list.

1) Colombia are not better than the Germans - I'm sorry Colombian fans, but that's just the truth.

2) Belgium is not better than Germany either. Point blank, end of story.

3) I'm struggling to justify Portugal at #6... They didn't really play anyone of merit until the semis, and only won one (1) game in regular time I believe. They were great as a team, but I don't see them beating Spain or Italy if player health isn't a concern. I'd slot Portugal in at #9 with France, Spain, and Italy above them.

4) Brazil doesn't belong anywhere near a top 10 list. There's absolutely nothing to indicate that Brazil are any good any more, and Neymar can't do it by himself. I think every team on this list is stronger than Brazil, and I also rate England, Wales, and Uruguay ahead of them. Brazil are about the 14th best team in the world in my opinion. Sorry Brazilians - we can't let the history of the national team overshadow the fact that this current crop of players isn't good enough.

5) I'm beginning to question Argentina being at #1. Despite having a squad filled with world class talent, their results would indicate that they're paper tigers - the team sheet looks intimidating, but put Messi, Higuain, and company to the test when it matters, and they crumble to dust. I actually believe Germany has the better team, despite not having as much individual talent.

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1) Germany
2) Argentina
3) Colombia
4) Belgium
5) Chile
6) France
7) Spain
8) Italy
9) Portugal
10) Wales 
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+Valerie Vernino Because they dont deserve to be. 
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And the bottom has fallen out of the barrel... Like I said weeks ago - ignorance is not an excuse for Messi. It's his money, and he should have had some idea what was being done with it. 
Argentina and Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi and his father are sentenced to 21 months in prison for tax fraud, but will probably avoid jail.
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+Jay Hiza u would have to be in his shoes thou.. just because u were raised different doesnt mean thats the way everyone is raised.. if i was a football player i wouldve let my dad do all the paper work and not worry about that at all.. if my dad says give me half of your money to invest in something i would say where do i sign.. maybe not half of my money thou.. of course i would ask a few questions but if he seems sure about what he's doing then i would say yes..like u said before what does he need all that money for?? If someone is going to make a profit from some change i don't need then go for it and in my case i trust my father thats why i can relate to him.. maybe you weren't raised that close to your father and thats why you are more independent than me thats why you can't relate but trust me i know cause im like that
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Just leaving this here to break the monotony of anti-Islamic posts. Looks like ISIS has cheerleaders in fundamental Christianity. One group of sycophants supporting another... What a world we live in. 
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"Condemn all Muslims or cheer for dead Gays?" Oh my. What's an evangelical Christian to do?
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