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Michael Hansen
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February 17, 2016. Written by Kimberly Ballard. Where's Romeo? He's at the Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre; at least he is until Saturday evening. This week is your last chance to see Ballet West's production of John Cranko's Romeo and Juliet. This week in addition to five performances for ...
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Hi everyone, my name is Kimberly Ballard.  This is my new blog about ballet and the goings on at Ballet West. #balletwest 

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September 20, 2015 Written by: Kimberly Ballard The past two weeks have been filled with rehearsals for Fancy Free, Who Cares?, and The Nutcracker. Ballet West II has also had the amazing opportunity of working with Resident Choreographer, Nicolo Fonte, on a new piece. In addition to all of this ...
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This is what happens when 1,000 Italian fans of the +Foo Fighters  ask the band to come to Italy. 
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Biometrics are your username, not your password.

I'm not a fan of using fingerprint unlock, face unlocks, etc, as passwords for that reason. I remember when Google announced face unlock for Android, the first thing I tested was holding up a photo to the phone. It worked, obviously.

I imagine fingerprints can be circumvented as well. Pretty sure they did it in one of the Mission Impossibles so it must be real. Hell, apparently current law allows law enforcement to force you to fingerprint unlock your phone. Whereas, they can't compel you to turn over your PIN.
A Virginia Circuit Court judge recently said that it was not okay for cops to force suspect's to unlock their phones with a passcode. (Thanks, the Constitution!) However, the judge also ruled that it was okay for cops to force suspects to unlock their phones with a fingerprint. Wait, what?
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http://money.cnn.com/2015/09/21/technology/apple-ios-9-adoption/

I usually wait longer before updating, but I'll give in early. I've been hearing only good things and few complaints. Except for the xcode hack in China... Here goes...
More than half of all iPhone users are using Apple's new mobile operating system, iOS 9.
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Gaining remote code execution privileges merely by having access to the mobile number? Enter Stagefright. The targets for this kind of attack can be anyone from Prime ministers, govt. officials, company executives, security officers to IT managers.  Built on tens of gigabytes of source code from the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), the leading smartphone operating … Read More
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The "Pounded Beef" kabob is awesome. The wrap toppings and side salads are fresh and really good. You get a lot of food for the price. Excellent service. I definitely recommend this place.
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I purchased this toolset for a friend of mine who does roadside assistance. He's told me a few stories about almost getting hit by cars while picking up broken glass and car parts from street. I saw this portable broom and shovel kit and knew he could use it. Friend of Year award goes to me.
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This place is alright. The service was good and overall seemed pretty clean. However, I expected more from the $10 breakfast burrito that I ordered, and the coffee had a bit of a charred flavor.
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The Sebo Marketing team is comprised of top rate professionals. Working with them has always been easy and has proved beneficial for my company. Sebo Marketing provides service and expertise in web site construction, maintenance, and SEO to the highest calibre.
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The employees were friendly and welcoming. The chicken is high quality and fresh, the breading and skin came of easily which is a good thing in my book. Waffles were good, I should have asked for extra jalapeño syrup, that tied the meal together for a unique experience. For the price and caliber of the restaurant I was quite satisfied.
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Awesome dentist. Very efficient and thorough. Cuts to the chase and does the job well. Welcoming office and hygienist staff.
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