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Toilet Paper Gun - I've got to have one of these.
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it's like toilet confetti
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Spring forward my ass. It's freezing here.
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Ha!..so true!
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We are under a freeze warning tonight.  Hard to believe.
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+Leon Shaner you might have a future job as a weather man.
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You're not going to believe what's inside this stack of wood.  Want!
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O... =-O I need one of these!
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The "Creeper" responds.
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Ditto, UNinstall Java and anything Oracle.
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My Photo Went Viral, And Nothing Could Have Prepared Me For What Happened After.
A little bit over a week ago, I went to Los Angeles International Airport to make a photo. It was a clear day, and I didn’t want to waste it sitting inside. Being an aviation fan myself, as well as an occasional pilot and aerial photographer, watching planes, to me, is hardly the worst way to...
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Stargate sand sculpture.  Love it!
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Girl Tweets Mock Threat At American Airlines, Gets Arrested.
Airlines take security very seriously, even more so after 9/11. They certainly don’t take threats lightly, in fact, they report them to the...
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Yes Linda, I believe it used to be posted as protocol that no one under age 14 is to use Facebook, but we all know that using an electronic device is just like watching TV and even driving a car, anyone can get in and turn the key and press the accelerator. The car does not know your age or that you have no license or insurance, so likewise with the TV and Internet, as these devices are open as free range for all to experience, especially when a lack of good parenting is not present. What can be done? A recent editorial in our local Oregonian newspaper directed at the uneducated and to those who lack of artistic and scientific knowledge, ended with "You cannot legislate good taste."
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G&$%#D&^$#@  M#@%+%F$%#ing SNAKE!*
Gallery ( The Biggest Snakes Ever Discovered On Earth 2014 )
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A teacher of mine had a nasty experience with a large snake while serving in the Navy in Vietnam.  A super large snake was being kept as a pet by his commanding officer (he was in the Brown Water Navy, so spent a lot of time based in the jungle when not on the rivers), and one day, when being fed by one of the base personnel, it decided it would try a new diet consisting of long pig (meaning people if you don't know that slang).  Wrapped around the guy, and started doing that constrictor thing.  I forget what happened to the guy, whether he died, was eaten, or survived, but I do know the rest of the base personnel, including the teacher, had to take machetes and axes to the snake and kill it.
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Consultant,  IT Tech, Blogger, Geek, Wife, Mom and Social Media Enthusiast.  

I left Facebook before it was cool to leave Facebook.


You can subscribe to my Google+ on your tablet or mobile device using the Google Currents App here: Linda Lawrey, Google Currents Edition.

Add me to your Social Media, Tech, and Google+ circles, though you will also see posts about a variety of subjects to include news, science, current events, and the occasional personal post. 

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ABOUT ME:

I have a passion for educating people about staying safe online.

IT Tech, Ex-Ballroom Dance teacher.  Automotive background, and all around Geek.

I speed read and my typing speed was clocked once at 200 wpm. Don't make me do that again.

My first and only language is English I reside in the EST Time Zone. Yes, I know it's late and I'm still up.

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COMMENT MODERATION POLICY:  I moderate my posts' for spam, trolls, bullies and  BUSINESS names. 

  When comment moderation is considered "censorship", that's just an excuse to  justify bad behavior.  Please discuss  topics, regardless of your viewpoint in an appropriate, respectful manner and not other people in a disparaging manner.  That's what people in my circles have come to expect and appreciate in my posts and comments.  

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Magic Cake - Jo Cooks
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Pretty Darn Delicious Recipes

My Photo Went Viral, And Nothing Could Have Prepared Me For What Happene...
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A little bit over a week ago, I went to Los Angeles International Airport to make a photo. It was a clear day, and I didn’t want to waste it

Arby's Tax Day
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Tax Relief in the form of free Curly Fries. Click here for a free order of Snack-Sized Curly Fries. Offer valid only on 4/15/14.

I just walked outside and took a picture of my neighbors house. Shit. | ...
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GeekFill takes pride in finding the best funny images, rage comics and memes across the web so you can get your fill of geekiness. Be sure t

Girl Tweets Mock Threat At American Airlines, Gets Arrested
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Airlines take security very seriously, even more so after 9/11. They certainly don’t take threats lightly, in fact, they report them to the.

How a Silly Putty ingredient could advance stem cell therapies
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The sponginess of the environment where human embryonic stem cells are growing affects the type of specialized cells they eventually become,

It May Look Like a Normal Stack of Wood, But When You Step Closer…WOW!
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The cabin was designed by a man named Piet Hein Eek for Dutch performer, Hans Liberg(the man in the pictures). The outside is made of wood t

​This Is Why You Don't Tweet Terrorism Jokes at Airlines
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A twitter user named @queendemetriax is having a tough time after tweeting an innocent little Al Qaida joke at American Airlines today, thou

The heartbleed bug shows how fragile the volunteer-run internet can be
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Matthew Prince, CEO of the online security company CloudFlare, watched his company's top cryptographer turn "white as a ghost" after learnin

How to Survive an Internet Apocalypse
www.newyorker.com

A simulated Internet apocalypse sought to teach participants what to do if external forces bring down our communications systems.

The Star Wars Theme Sounds Better On A Pipe Organ
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You've never heard the Star Wars theme like this: "Jelani Eddington plays the Main Title from the Star Wars Symphonic Suite at the 5/80 Sanf

Why The Security Bug Heartbleed Has A Catchy Logo
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It's a simple logo for a terrifyingly esoteric bug. And that's entirely the point.

Heartbleed developer explains OpenSSL mistake that put Web at risk
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"Trivial" coding error in open source project wasn't intentional, report says.

“Zeus” scammers accused of stealing millions, infecting thousands of com...
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Botnet helped defendants get bank account numbers, passwords, RSA SecureID tokens.

xkcd: Heartbleed Explanation
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; >|. Permanent link to this comic: http://xkcd.com/1354/ Image URL (for hotlinking/embedding): http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/heartbleed_expla

Chromebleed
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Displays a warning if the site you are browsing is affected by the Heartbleed bug

The Secret Shame of an Unacquired Tech Worker
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An interview with Amy, a female employee who was left out of her start-up's acquisition by Google.

The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now
mashable.com

A look at which companies have issued a security patch to fix the Heartbleed bug.

These Aerial Photos of Dutch Tulip Fields Are Stunning | TIME
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They look like carefully coordinated paint swatches

Filthy inside. Floors, counters, etc. Service while inside was Fair. Won't go back until they demolish and rebuild it. (It was that dirty)
Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
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reviewed a year ago
Disappointed in the last two Curbside orders (which were large orders.) I've always been able to order some of the best steak, cooked to perfection (medium rare) and traveled the short trip home well. The last two steak orders I picked up, the steak was mealy and mushy. The last order was gratuitous due to my complaint of the previous order. A few weeks later, same problem. I haven't been back since.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very good
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Poor to fairService: Very good
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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