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Larry Bradley
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of course the coal mines and coal powered projects he finances are off limits to the regulators in the administration. Just like his buddy in the Whitehouse. What a fake.
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If you’re sending confidential information by mail, you wouldn’t put it in a postcard. And if you want your email to be protected from snooping, both you and the people you’re emailing with need to use services that support encryption in transit. Emails sent between Gmail users are encrypted as they move between our data centers—but about 40 percent of emails sent between Gmail and other providers aren’t encrypted. Learn more in a new section of our Transparency Report: g.co/saferemail .
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Why is it that in #Windows   I only get malicious redirects after I stop paying McAfee and use another type of security software? Seems like McAfee might be behind the redirects. I hate #windoze  
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Dr. John Greally and his colleagues at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have published a paper that details factors other than genetic mutations that might influence a diagnosis on autism spectrum disorder, or ASD.
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After 4 hours of trying to do a fresh re-install of Win 8 in hopes of cutting down on the "Not Responding" messages (restored to original config and installing updates), I now have a message "Failure Configuring Windows Updates, Reverting Changes." Support page says to unplug peripherals and "try installing updates again." Try? Again??? This problem goes all the way back to Windows Vista and their solution is for ME to try again instead of THEM fixing the problem? Can we call Ballmer back from time to time and just keep firing him over and over so that he can experience the same perpetual hell he allowed to be created for his customers?
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New drug that may help reverse autism is to be TESTED ON CHILDREN AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - SAN DIEGO. for the first time after successful clinical trials on mice 
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Preliminary results show that the drug called suramin, which is already used to treat sleeping sickness in Africa, corrects autism-like symptoms in mice.
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One night, when she was about nine, Reagan Rhodes insisted to everyone in earshot that she was going to die in her sleep. Since she'd expire in a matter of hours, she had to say good-bye to her famil...
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Don't want Google's political and social agenda in my face, regardless of my beliefs. Don't need or want my browser to have a "proselytize" feature.
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dude, it's just a tiny colorful soccer ball if this is in your face then billboards must be infuriating 
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A long-overdue review and tribute to one of Houston's great eateries.
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Victor's Deli & Restaurant
4710 FM 1960 Rd W, Houston, TX 77069
My wife and I have been members of the Victor's Deli family (that's what it seems like) for going on twenty years now. Great ownership, great staff, great service and great food. And I should add that it has been interesting to watch the children and grandchildren of other regulars grow up! There is a reason why Victor's has so many long-term and loyal customers. I have angst about writing this: There is a part of me that wants to keep it all for myself!
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Every year, Tony Petrello's compensation blows the "pay for performance" argument out of the water for CEO's in general and Nabors Industries in particular. You would have to be totally without a moral compass and a personal sense of shame to take this kind of money for mediocre (a generous assessment) performance -- or any other kind of performance, for that matter.
Propelled by a soaring stock market, the median pay package for a CEO rose above eight figures for the first time last year.
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Human Resources Professional, Consultant, Advisor, Mentor, Analyst, Project Manager, Researcher and Author. HR Solutions Innovator.
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Human Resources Business Partner: Superior interpersonal skills. HR Strategy and Tactical, HR Planning and Execution, HR Consulting, HR Technology, HR Law, Talent Management, Development, Compensation, Performance Management, Policies and Procedures, Benefits, Investigations, Compliance, Coaching, Mentoring, Employee Relations, Community Relations, Communications, Engagement, Change Management, Health and Safety, HR Creativity and Innovation. Computer "go-to" geek for friends, family and co-workers. Linux Consumer-User Evangelist.
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  • Houston Manufacturer
    HR Manager, 2014 - present
  • HR Strategic and Tactical Management
    HR Manager, HR Generalist, 1978 - 2013
    Human Resources management and hands-on experience in virtually every aspect of HR. Equally adept and comfortable in the corporate boardroom and the shop floor.
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Houston, TX (Westador)
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Borger, TX - Canyon, TX - Amarillo, TX
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20+ Years in Human Resources
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My passion is to make work a better place to spend your life and people better equipped to succeed at work and life. 
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Early adapter of HR Technologies, Winner of Training Magazine's contest - "How I Would Use A Computer in HR."
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  • WTAMU
  • Frank Phillips JC
  • Borger Senior High
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Treating a Mystery: A Disease Named Pandas May Be Causing Frightening Ch...
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One night, when she was about nine, Reagan Rhodes insisted to everyone in earshot that she was going to die in her sleep. Since she'd expire

Sugar and Your Brain: Is Alzheimer’s Disease Actually Type 3
www.greenmedinfo.com

It starves your brain, tangles and twists vital cells, and for decades it has been misrepresented as an untreatable, genetically determined

Doctor at Bronx's Albert Einstein College finds new clues in understandi...
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Dr. John Greally and his colleagues at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have published a paper that details factors other than genetic mu

Cultures and Organizations: Software of the Mind, Third Edition: Edition 3
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The revolutionary study of how the place where we grew up shapes the way we think, feel, and act-- with new dimensions and perspectives Bas

Why You Should Forget Facebook
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Has Facebook got you fooled?Are you chasing likes for your brand page? Paying for fans? Maybe it’s time to stop.In 2008 I joined Facebook. I

Google Docs and Sheets for mobile mark a new low
www.infoworld.com

Google's mobile productivity apps are substandard, and its two newest entries continue that sad pattern

Knights & Dragons
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VINCITORE del premio "Player's Choice" di Google nel 2013! NOVITÀ LIVE: le Guerre fra gilde! Ora che hai creato una gilda di gloriosi cavali

Blender whips up graphene
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Easy recipe makes large quantities of graphene using kitchen blender.

It's Your Ship: Management Techniques from the Best Damn Ship in the Navy
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The story of Captain D. Michael Abrashoff and his command of USS Benfold has become legendary inside and outside the Navy. Now Abrashoff off

Rand's Obamacare stats: 9.3 million new insureds, and counting
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The long-awaited Rand Corp. study of Obamacare's effect on health insurance coverage was released Tuesday and confirmed the numbers that had

The "Republican Main Street Partnership" is Democrat Funded | RedState
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Steve LaTourette, a former congressman and friend of John Boehner, runs the “Republican Main Street Partnership”. Note the word “Republican.

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42 Canrig Drilling Technology reviews. A free inside look at company reviews and salaries posted anonymously by employees.

Knowing God
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In 2006, Christianity Today voted this title to be one of the top 50 books that have shaped evangelicals! For over 40 years, J. I. Packer's

Mostly non-verbal and the whispered secret | Autism Support Network
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Story of a mostly-non verbal man who has autism, and a little secret he shared with his mother.

Gayle Trotter - Smidgen of Corruption in Christine O'Donnell IRS Case
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It was bad enough that the IRS would target O’Donnell with a politically motivated audit, an illegitimate lien and the public release of her

The Passing of an Industry Legend - Remembering Eugene Isenberg
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Former Nabors Industries Chairman and CEO Eugene Isenberg passed away on Sunday, March 16, 2014. Isenberg served as Chairman of the Board of

Honey Fights Drug-Resistant Superbugs: Researchers
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A new study that has found honey is not only a powerful antibacterial agent, but may also be effective in treating antibiotic-resistant supe

Is Your Office Making You Sick?
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Offices with open floor plans and no individual workstations may take a toll on employee health, a new study from Sweden suggests. Comparing

The Power of a Reading-Focused Culture
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If you want to boost revenue, increase productivity, and reduce costs, invest in talent development and encourage your employees to learn. A

My wife and I have been members of the Victor's Deli family (that's what it seems like) for going on twenty years now. Great ownership, great staff, great service and great food. And I should add that it has been interesting to watch the children and grandchildren of other regulars grow up! There is a reason why Victor's has so many long-term and loyal customers. I have angst about writing this: There is a part of me that wants to keep it all for myself!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Fast, friendly, accurate, good quality. Their un-wiches (lettuce wraps) are great for those of us on a low-carb diet. And they will deliver a SINGLE sandwich! What's not to like? Wholeheartedly recommend Jimmy Johns, especially the store in the 4400 block of FM 1960 in Houston (intersection of 1960 and Veterans-Memorial).
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Always a great experience, Bud and Helen always very friendly. Sadly, they just "disappeared" a year or so ago and the place has seen been torn down. Anybody know what happened?
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Have been coming here since they opened, the service just keeps getting worse and worse. Good doctors, but if you have even a minor glitch or question, forget about it. The office staff act like they have been to seminars on how not to give good customer service. After years of gracing them with our money, my wife had to go into the clinic on a holiday. The Dr. prescribed a cream to use for what was most likely a medial collateral ligament problem. I won't go into detail, but the 1960 FP wrote a "compounding prescription" that CVS said they could not fill. Spent the next 24 hours with 1960 FP blaming CVS and CVS volleying the ball back to 1960 FP's end of the court. And could I do any of this over the phone? Hell, no, 1960 FP is locked down tighter than Area 51 when it comes to trying to contact them with a simple question or problem, so I made 4 trips back and forth between the dr office and CVS. In between, I talked to the dr's nurse, some guy in the 1960 FP on-site pharmacy who told me that their pharmacy could compound it "next week, because we are just now getting set up to do compounding and we haven't hired the people who can do that yet." I kept asking them to simply call the dr., who was at their other location the day after our initial visit, but even that seemed to be an impossibility. At one point I asked for the email address and direct phone line of both the doctor who treated my wife on the holiday and her regular PA. Sorry, cannot do that. Primary care in this country under Medicare / Medicaid (we have always had group insurance until recently, now pay cash) has become just another branch of the government. Stupid, inefficient and uncaring. I would transfer our care to another medical group, but not sure it would be much better. All I know is the 1960 FP is all about the money, could care less about the patient. Can't fix a simple prescription problem, but they can ask you to fill out unnecessary forms that are nothing more than marketing questionnaires for cosmetic and other voluntary treatments, before you can see the doctor for anything. I am a child of the '60's, when Family Practitioners were in medicine for more than just the money. Oh, well, what did I expect from de facto government healthcare anyway? And my wife still does not have her prescription, nor has anyone from 1960 called us as they promised they would after I gave them well-deserved tongue lashing. FOLLOW UP 3 HOURS LATER: Finally received a call-back from someone who worked for Dr. Ahmad. Was told, once again, that the Rx we have been trying to get filled for more than 24 hours must be filled by a compounding pharmacy, so "the pharmacy at our 1960 location can do that for you in 2 days to a week." My answer: That is unacceptable. Again, I assume that the medication was prescribed because my wife needs it for her knee pain now, not in two days to a week. I want a hard copy of the Rx so I can take it to a compounding pharmacy." The person who called sounded somewhat sympathetic and told me she would need to check with the Dr. and call me back. I mean, isn't this blatantly unethical, to prescribe something that only your internal pharmacy can fill, then tell the patient she has to wait 2 days to one week to get it filled because their pharmacy is not quite yet set up to do compounding? Should I complain to the state medical board?
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago