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I haven't seen this posted anywhere, but I really like the auto folder suggestion feature for bookmarks on the latest update of Google Chrome. I have nearly hundred folders in a tree structure with as many bookmarks in each, and I think that is why this auto-suggestion works pretty well for me. I no longer have to browse long lists to find the right folder any more.  Awesome job, #google  on #chrome  !!
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I didn't even know they added that and couldn't figure out what was going on but I like it a lot now.
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This is from my daily CS Lewis email. Read it to the end. The rumor is true...

What man, in his natural condition, has not got, is Spiritual life—the higher and different sort of life that exists in God. We use the same word life for both: but if you thought that both must therefore be the same sort of thing, that would be like thinking that the ‘greatness’ of space and the ‘greatness’ of God were the same sort of greatness. In reality, the difference between Biological life and Spiritual life is so important that I am going to give them two distinct names. The Biological sort which comes to us through Nature, and which (like everything else in Nature) is always tending to run down and decay so that it can only be kept up by incessant subsidies from Nature in the form of air, water, food, etc., is Bios. The Spiritual life which is in God from all eternity, and which made the whole natural universe, is Zoe. Bios has, to be sure, a certain shadowy or symbolic resemblance to Zoe: but only the sort of resemblance there is between a photo and a place, or a statue and a man. A man who changed from having Bios to having Zoe would have gone through as big a change as a statue which changed from being a carved stone to being a real man.

And that is precisely what Christianity is about. This world is a great sculptor’s shop. We are the statues and there is a rumour going round the shop that some of us are some day going to come to life.
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John 5:21-27 is already being fulfilled. See Ephesians 2:5.
Although it is true that John 5:28 has not yet been fulfilled, yet those who will be raised to life at that time need to already be raised to life in John 5:21-27. Those who are not raised in John 5:21-27 will be raised to condemnation in accordance with John 5:29.
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Roman tradition continues. I envisioned this happening soon (with all the machismo and marketing ploy going on), but HEMA definitely got here faster than I could ever imagine. I'm not sure what to think of this. Little flabbergasted.
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I know some SCA folks that do full contact in mock battles. Folks get hurt, but never badly.
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"Sometimes it takes courage to take that first step forward."  via Douglas Ho/FB
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Thank you, +Michael Han! I'm trying my best to learn. I'm glad that one worked as well as I'd hoped!
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Medzhitov says in interview on another article: “The thing about allergies is that as soon as you stop exposure to an allergen, all the symptoms are gone,”

How revelatory. --.--  It's still fascinating though -- that is, the concept of accepting it as norm. Should I just go through with boxes of tissues rather than take antihistamines then?

Medzhitov sounds like someone who has never experienced allergies. I wouldn't want a genetic therapy to get rid of IgE production capability, but at the same time I'd like to stop feeling like I have cold or feel drowsy from medications during pollen seasons.

But understanding the purpose of allergies could lead to dramatic changes in how they’re treated. “One implication of our view is that any attempt to completely block allergic defences would be a bad idea,” he said. Instead, allergists should be learning why a minority of people turn a protective response into a hypersensitive one. “It’s the same as with pain,” said Medzhitov. “No pain at all is deadly; normal pain is good; too much pain is bad.”

For now, however, Medzhitov would just be happy to get people to stop seeing allergies as a disease, despite the misery they cause. “You’re sneezing to protect yourself
Allergic reactions to everything from pollen to peanuts make life a misery for millions. But why does our body over-react to seemingly benign intruders? Carl Zimmer reports.
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My wife is miserable enough much of the time because of whatever the heck is bothering her that cannot be identified. They call it nonallergic rhinitis simply because they cannot identify the allergen. I think she would love a shot at something that turned them "nearly" off. None of the stuff the doctor has is strong enough to do that. Her and her doctor should decide whether the price is too high, not some sort of philosophical discussion of utilitarian value of discomfort. 

I also know that when the firefighters here in Southern California are in the hills battling hundreds of acres of poison oak brush, they might very well need something strong enough to save their lives because the histamine reaction can KILL them. We need something, at least as an option.
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Never heard of this guy before (I don't watch TV), but I think there is a pretty chance that he will go through the needle eye. </s>
Prosperity gospel pastor Creflo Dollar responded recently to critics of his campaign to buy a very pricey Gulfstream G650.
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+James Shewmaker Little gods is the basis for all that. Because God created with His words, and we are made in His image..... yeah. I agree with everything you say. These heretics misapply everything they look at.
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Having watched at least two documentaries on Loch Ness, I think it's a widely known that it's hard to see anything clear underwater. However, kudos to Google for allowing who-knows-how-many people to be killing time watching for Loch Ness through this.

https://www.google.com/maps/@57.324751,-4.440336,3a,75y,250.02h,86.92t/data=!3m5!1e1!3m3!1sOPqFRY1JOXUAAAQfDRcs3A!2e0!3e2
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My little nephew reminds me of someone... He probably has superpowers too. I hope he feels comfortable with Earthlings by now. #baduncle
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He is a "super-cutie"!!!!
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You mechanize the universe and determinism becomes inevitable. I don't disagree about the temperamental factor but it becomes all too easy to assume things about people because of this kind of genetic predisposition. Even though the article gave a fair assessment of the research I'm simply pointing out that our basis for studying something like this is all too fragile (c.f. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_determinism), and tends towards similar categorizations that Nazi regime had once attempted. Educators in the U.S. have long been delineating school children based on ethnicity and race (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race_and_intelligence). It's just not politically popular to push this type of assumptions on the public. The common sense of today sounds more like this: http://www.schottfoundation.org/media-center/news/rotting-apple-education-redlining-new-york-city. Whether or not the socioeconomic situation will ever significantly change for some groups is uncertain, but the silent assumption plays a larger, subtle role in public policy decisions and has the general public merely debating on chicken or egg. Uncertainties and doublespeaks are excellent tools for maintaining status quo.

It seems like there are two options for this basis: imago simia vs. imago Dei. The former seems to encourage determinism, and if we allow it to follow its logical path the future is a full of human categorizations based on genetics under the guise of individual choice.

When children are unmotivated at school, new research suggests their genes may be part of the equation.
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We found that there are personality differences that people inherit that have a major impact on motivation. That doesn’t mean we don’t try to encourage and inspire students, but we have to deal with the reality of why they’re different.
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We should absolutely encourage students and motivate them in the classroom. But these findings suggest the mechanisms for how we do that may be more complicated than we had previously thought.
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It seems to me that the idea of virtue here is much too narrow and predisposed to economic value, rather than human flourishing. This is where all social engineers (Nazi's included) fail.

I reject the model whereby virtue's root is motivation, as if a positive attitude and a bit of self-discipline would be sufficient to avoid the Cross. It is a modern fallacy of the most pernicious sort. No, if anything thankfulness, gratitude, is at the source of goodness. "For I am the Lord your God who led you out of Egypt..." You could make a great case for humility as well.
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