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h/t +Michelle Huhn​ for posting a 3-min snippet of this talk. I went and found the long version and thought to share.

Dr. Brene Brown talks about her year-long #research that led to revelations on how #vulnerability is vital to how well we forge #bonds and #relationships in our lives.

#shame #worthiness #empathy #connectedness #engagement 
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+Les Regala Ohhh excellent!!!!
Well worth the watch! 
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+Pradheep Shanker, if this bill passes, would you consider this as part of the incrementalism you endorse?

I'm pro-life, but not entirely sure if this is enforceable ....  How often are reasons provided (or asked) in the first place?  Aren't medical records confidential?  If not medical records, what would be the evidence against the actors?

#eugenics   #ohio   #legislation  
Legislators are expected to approve a measure that would make it illegal for a doctor to perform an abortion on a woman terminating to avoid having a child with Down syndrome.
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The word fetus (plural fetuses) is from the Latin fētus (“offspring”, “bringing forth”, “hatching of young”).[1][2]

1. O.E.D.2nd Ed.2005
2. Harper, Douglas. (2001). Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved 2007-01-20.

"In human development, a fetus (/ˈfiːtəs/; plural "fetuses"), also spelled foetus, is a prenatal human between its embryonic state and its birth. The fetal stage of development tends to be taken as beginning at the gestational age of eleven weeks, i.e. nine weeks after fertilization. In biological terms, however, prenatal development is a continuum, with no clear defining feature distinguishing an embryo from a fetus." - Wikipedia

So, yeah, a fetus is a baby and a baby is a fetus.

The death culture would like to say a square is not a rectangle, too. Then again, they failed geometry, so... ...
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The origin of Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker

#chrisfarley #snl
 
We all remember Chris Farley the comedian, but how many of us remember Chris Farley the Catholic?
We all remember Chris Farley the comedian, but how many of us remember Chris Farley the Catholic? Close friends and family of the late "Saturday Night Li
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I only shared this picture because there's a can of San Miguel beer in it

#filipino   #beer  
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h/t +Leslie P & +Lorri M 

More people need to see this.
 
“You may choose to look away, but you can never say again that you did not know.”
– William Wilberforce
What is happening right now with the Planned Parenthood videos is a "William Wilberforce moment" in our culture. Wilberforce was the Christian man who looked into his Bible, saw that racism and sla...
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I always thought I had “a good ear” for music. I guess I was wrong. The Toned Ear site’s ear training practices can test your musical hearing and also help you improve that skill.
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#popcorn  

Jon Stewart apologists come out in droves.  Well done trolling them, +Pradheep Shanker 
 
In a famous exchange on the CNN debate show Crossfire in 2004, Stewart called Republican Tucker Carlson and Democrat Paul Begala “partisan hacks” who poisoned the discourse. When Carlson pointed out that Stewart had given a softball interview to John Kerry, whom Stewart admitted voting for, Stewart blew up and said, “You’re on CNN! The show that leads into me is puppets making crank phone calls! What is wrong with you?”

Yet Stewart was exactly the kind of partisan hack he eviscerated. Politico recently reported that not only had Stewart met in secret with President Barack Obama right before big stories were set to hit, but Obama’s aides had also worked with Daily Show writers so that their side of the story was well-represented.
Stewart was exactly the kind of partisan hack he eviscerated
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In short, those famous “No Irish Need Apply” signs—ones that proved Irish Americans faced explicit job discrimination in the 19th and 20th centuries? Professor Jensen came to the blockbuster conclusion that they never existed.

Here, of course, is the problem: After only couple of hours Googling it, Rebecca, a 14-year-old, had found out these signs had, in fact, existed all along. Not only in newspaper listings—in which they appeared in droves—but, after further research, in shop windows, too.

The Irish were persecuted in the American job market—and precisely in the overt, literally written-down way that was always believed.

Exactly why, you shouldn't believe any one...including a supposed 'expert'. When in doubt..try to learn for yourself. 
The Internet has been buzzing about how discrimination against the Irish was a myth. All it took was a high schooler to prove them wrong.
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Ok; this is #cool .

#video   #googletranslate   #labamba   #language   #translator  
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"Like the culture it hails from, Filipino food is a diverse melting pot of ethnic traditions..With a tropical climate, multiple languages, diverse geographical zones — including 7,000 islands — and more than 120 ethnic groups, the Philippines is bursting with a multitude of delicious food traditions." A recipe on how to cook "adobo," a popular dish and one of my favorite is included. +Les Regala 
Like the culture it hails from, Filipino food is a diverse melting pot of ethnic traditions
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  • Xavier University
    Master of Business Administration, 2009 - 2011
  • Mississippi State University
    Master of Science, Information Systems, 2000 - 2002
  • Mississippi State University
    Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, 1996 - 2000
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