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A huge step back toward freedom.
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I told Shell that we should create a dog superhero whose code name is Red Rocket (or the Red Rocketeer). She thinks that's disgusting, but I say that most people will just think that's a good name for a superhero dog, while those who get the joke will think it's hilarious. Back me up.
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"Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Greg Brower and Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson “have dug in their heels” to kill Amanda’s Law, named for rape survivor and self-defense advocate Amanda Collins, who was prohibited by law from having the means of defense at the time she was attacked."  I hope those in Nevada give these two senators a piece of their mind.   
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If your occupation involves killing people, it's unsurprising if you commit other kinds of violence. 
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Next up in our #SciFiValleyCon  commissions series, Jeremiah Witkowski (j3rm55) draws the cursed western lawman, Cyclone Ranger.
Continuing our series of AE commissions from some of the excellent artists at Sci-Fi Valley Con 2015, here's a drawing of the cursed western lawman, the Cyclone Ranger, courtesy of Jeremiah Witkows...
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"Our analysis suggests that is an advantage to the attacker, not a disadvantage. Since his attack has a low density of victims the Nigerian scammer has an over-riding need to reduce false positives. By sending an email that repels all but the most gullible the scammer gets the most promising marks to self-select, and tilts the true to false positive ratio in his favor."
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This will really piss you off! He has undergone two surgeries since the raid in an effort to fix the damage and now walks with a cane.

Tired of bully cops? We are too, read more: http://bit.ly/1AvWGSy
An 81-year-old Navy retiree was flashbanged, thrown to the ground and left alone in his house with a broken hip.
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+Mike DiBaggio I have never bought "the good war" story.  Much to the chagrin of my history teachers, none could ever explain to me why the UK (let alone the US) was involved in either world  war (in fact I don't think anyone ever has explained WWI).  

One the other hand, growing up 10 miles from Coventry at a time you could still see the damage from the bombing, it is tough to have much sympathy for the residents of Dresden who I'm sure were as busy producing tanks, bombs and guns as the residents of Coventry were.  

It does pose an interesting dilemma, if, bombing a city, particularly is response to an attack, kills a 1000 or a 100,000 but saves twice that many, is that good or bad (or both)? 
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After Sergeant West, with several other U.S. soldiers assisting him, had marched the POWs about a mile, he halted the group and directed that eight or nine of them be separated from the rest and taken to the regimental intelligence officer (the S-2) for questioning. West then took the remaining POWs "off the road, lined them up, and borrowed a Thompson submachine gun" from the Company First Sergeant (the senior NCO in the Company). When the First Sergeant asked West what he wanted it for, West responded that he was going to "kill the sons of bitches." West then told the soldiers guarding the POWs to "turn around if you don't want to see it."[8]
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I love writing fiction as well as the finer aspects of world building. I am currently working a fictional shared universe for superhero and action/adventure stories called Ascension Epoch. So far, I have published four book set in this universe:

I am also interested in liberty based on a concept of natural rights and simple respect for human dignity, disgusted by the collapse of western civilization into tyranny, bankruptcy (moral as well as financial), and degeneracy. I am a pro-family, pro-life, Catholic, free market anarchist who knows a lot of things are very, very wrong and feels frustrated at knowing that I can do little to fix them immediately.

If you are adding me to your circles and you want me to add you back even though we have never spoken before, please send me a message and at the very least tell me what circles I should put you in.
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  • University of Pittsburgh
    Information Science, 2001 - 2005