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Mahram “Copolii” Z. Foadi
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My favourite part of the piece (in reference to the imbecile who brought snow to the Senate as if a snowball negates strong scientific evidence):

What kind of stupid, shortsighted, irresponsible bull...
It's only on the evening of the White House Correspondents' Dinner when he can say what everyone already knows: his actions are huge, they are controversial, they push the norms of American politics, but fuck it, at a moment when American politics seems increasingly broken, Obama has decided to just go ahead and do what he thinks is right.
When Obama brought out Luther, he wasn’t kidding around.
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Our government is a sad excuse for a democracy. I never felt such weakness from the Canadian government until the spineless conservatives came to power.
As the negative coverage of the government's surprise decision to extend the term of copyright for sound recordings and performances mounts (Billboard, National Post), it is worth remembering that it is Canadian consumers that will bear the costs with…
As the negative coverage of the government's surprise decision to extend the term of copyright for sound recordings and performances mounts (Billboard, National Post), it is worth remembering that it is Canadian consumers that will bear the costs with decreased choice and increased prices. I touch on this in my weekly technology law column (Toronto Star version, homepage version), but a more detailed discussion is warranted (see here, here, and h...
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Shitty deal.
This never happened with my Pebble. While pulling my hand out of my pants pocket the band caught on my belt and opened up. Apple wants $229 to fix a $349 watch. Forget it!
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My Samsung Gear Live has a clasp like that and I was forever nervous of it happening. Luckily when it did I caught it be on it hit the ground. There is a reason watch straps are designed like belts. You don't want them undone accidentally. 
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It's difficult to explain privilege to some people because it's invisible. You can't see or feel it, but you benefit from it. That's why it's a privilege.
One of the best explanations of privilege I've read.

As the culture evolves, people who benefited from the old ways invariably see themselves as victims of change. The world used to fit them like a glove, but it no longer does. Increasingly, they find themselves in unfamiliar situations that feel unfair or even unsafe. Their concerns used to take center stage, but now they must compete with the formerly invisible concerns of others.
In a memorable scene from the 1998 film Pleasantville (in which two 1998 teen-agers are transported into the black-and-white world of a 1950s TV show), the father of the TV-perfect Parker family re...
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MRW this fanboi said that Apple watch has eliminated all competition... because it's not like Moto 360 sales have gone through the roof or anything... except they kinda have. 

I hope your bubble is as thick as your skull, iFan. 
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What about bringing in an imbecile to destroy what's left from the inside?
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Contractually obliged to remain out of the game for xx years or face lawsuit is the unofficial answer.
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Some I have, some I don't, some I should get. Not bad!
20 signs that you might be happy. 

I have no idea why Lifehacker used this picture, though.
Do you feel like a failure sometimes? Don't worry, here are 20 signs that you are probably succeeding a lot more than you think you are.
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see. Nothing about sleep. You are safe from sadness. 
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You know you're playing too much GTA when you pull in the driveway and wonder why the garage door didn't open. 
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F the #pig3
Amazing new mobile services like Ting and Google Fi will never come to Canada because the Big Telecom giants are blocking us from them. Learn more here:
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