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Hooker with a heart of gold, bionic penis, and a story of compassion that'll make you go 'aww'. #WeirdNews
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Exxon was caught deceiving the American public about climate change.. But do you think the DOJ has any inclination to investigate?
#cronyism   #corruption
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It hurts to read some of these people in the comment section. Someone reasoned that because Donald Trump speaks at a 3rd grade level he must be stupid #SMH

I was too horrified to laugh

Related link: http://www.theguardian.com/world/interactive/2013/feb/12/state-of-the-union-reading-level 
 
It is all about marketing and knowing your audience.
Donald Trump isn’t a simpleton, he just talks like one. If you were to market Donald Trump’s vocabulary as a toy, it would resemble a small box of Lincoln Logs. Trump resists multisyllabic words and complex, writerly sentence constructions when speaking extemporaneously in a debate, at a news conference or in an interview. He prefers to...
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The fact that Trump is the most popular in the Republican camp says a lot about the Republican voters' intelligence level. I purposely listened to one of his speeches and the debate just to get a taste. Wow, he provides no specifics on any subject. Most of his comments are about how proud he is of himself and his family. IF we elect a guy that literally puts his head in his own ass, we are doomed. Trump is not stupid, he just understands how to talk to stupid people.
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Electric lifeforms! Imagine a world with living electronics or a universe with electronic sentience in natural form.
 
Unlike any other life on Earth, these extraordinary bacteria use energy in its purest form – they eat and breathe electrons – and they are everywhere
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That's way too logical for a politician
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Obama signed a new spending bill into law yesterday! I will admit that it sounds good as a summary, as a headline, as the beginning of a radio news segment with impending bullet points to broadcast. When I heard it, it rang in my ears like a piece of corporate pop.

Good news first. While postponing the government shutdown, Washington kept our refugee resettlement program, renewed our commitment to 9/11 first responders, and allocated more spending for NASA. In other words, they agreed to spend more money and keep their promises. Hold the applause.

With the concessions made to "avoid a government shutdown", DC managed to provide $700 billion in tax cuts, impose greater restrictions on immigrants, and strip us of more privacy in the name of profit. But, that last one probably wasn't a concession; Obama's known for supporting CISA, NSA, and the Patriot Act. If you know much about CISA 2015, I hope you share my disappointment in learning that the Privacy Act of 1974 (the one trampled by the Patriot Act) is now completely meaningless.

Now, corporations don't have to anonymize their data when sending your personal information to the government and other corporations. Why? Because anonymization costs money, privacy laws hinder data mining, and the NSA would rather have all your data.

In summation, we give up more [unrealized] income and relinquish all data-privacy that we have left while the rich and incorporated dodge laws, taxes, and postmodern expenses. YAY!

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2015/12/18/460281572/congress-sends-1-8-trillion-tax-and-spending-bill-to-president-obama

http://www.theverge.com/2015/12/18/10582446/congress-passes-cisa-surveillance-cybersecurity
This morning, Congress passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015, attached as the 14th rider to an omnibus budget bill. The bill is expected to be signed into law by the president...
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Instead of attacking a pretend politician, you'd think these conservative ideologues would spend their money on propping up the GOP and their outmoded philosophy smh
The Club for Growth goes hard against Trump in an early voting state.
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Urban outdoorsmen test new pigeon bait with surprising results
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The pursuit of capital
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Almost seems like cities are giving stadiums to sports teams while using our money to build them. That doesn't make sense though; Americans would never let the government take their money and give it to the rich... oh, nevermind
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Just another politician doing what he's told
 
He wants to be your dictator.

"The Obama administration has asked a secret surveillance court to ignore a federal court that found bulk surveillance illegal and to once again grant the National Security Agency the power to collect the phone records of millions of Americans for six months."

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jun/09/obama-fisa-court-surveillance-phone-records
Justice Department’s national security chief cites six-month transition period in the USA Freedom Act as a reason to turn the bulk surveillance spigot back on
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