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Nathaniel Herman
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It’s time for #RealSurveillanceReform. Join me in asking the Senate to fix the loophole in the USA FREEDOM Act and end bulk data collection once and for all. https://takeaction.withgoogle.com/gg/USAFreedomAct
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Hi Nate!   Sending lots of love...Hugs, Lena
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Hi all.  Does anybody know how to activate Google Voice / Hangouts / T-mobile integration (like Sprint's) that happened with the release of Kit-Kat?  I see tons of articles announcing it, but none showing how to turn it on.  Thanks :)
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Hi all.  Does anybody know how to activate Google Voice / Hangouts / T-mobile integration (like Sprint's) that happened with the release of Kit-Kat?  I see tons of articles announcing it, but none showing how to turn it on.  Thanks :)
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Only works if you have Sprint. If not, we have to wait till early next year, what Google says. I have a post about it in this community, look for it. 
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This is the gasket the guy gave me at the scooter store.
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Whiiiiich of course doesn't exist :-)
 
mm... which old photo of myself would I choose? probably the one of me and my little sister in footie pajamas licking brownie batter out of the bowl
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Before You Send Your Child to Public School
Holy moly! $200,000 per child!
#costofeducation #school
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It probably won't come as a surprise that being a police officer is a hard job. Consider that, if you see a murder, find a dead body, or counsel a rape victim, this is probably going to be a significant event in your life, one whose consequences you'll be working through for years to come. For a police officer, it's Thursday. And (as with soldiers), police officers rarely get the sort of support that they need to deal with this; there's a culture which really discourages people from seeking out help, thinking of it as a kind of weakness, of not being up to the job.

The challenges of being a police officer are tremendous, and I suspect that the large majority of all the cases where police officers have done serious wrong in the line of duty actually come down to this: dealing with impossible stresses and impossible risks, day after day, the odds of making a serious mistake continue to creep up, and the odds of starting to take the wrong kinds of shortcuts -- especially when there's no real way around them -- start to go through the roof. I don't think it's a coincidence that the worst abuses tend to happen in the roughest precincts.

If we want our police officers to uphold the highest standards of our society -- to do the things that most of them wanted to do when they first signed up -- then one of the most helpful things we can do may well be to make sure that they have the support they need to stay focused, and stay human, despite the things they have to deal with every day. 

I don't know what the best way is to achieve this, but I think it's something we could solve, and could be something very much worth solving.
The intensely challenging job of law enforcement is linked to many health issues. I met a former officer who tried to protect my high school friend and learned the effect her death had on him.
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Wow, just happened upon this video.  I've been working on an "emotions" game for like 7 years now, and all of this was gold.  Thanks, and I'm gonna watch some of your other videos.  This is the kind of material I'm looking for.  Peace
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Hey, do any of you know a video or other online resource that will show me how to replace gy6 exhaust gasket? 
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Every time you upgrade or even change your exhaust system,you must do a little 're-jetting on your carb!As far as getting parts or a " how to" book like Haynes is a good one!But there are many many videos on the internet,just type in year model exhaust and how to,and you almost always get an answer,if you don't just 're-word it

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We Are Now CrowdFunding What Could Be The First Crowd-Investment Bank - BankToTheFuture.com
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Does anybody know how I can chrome cast from my phone or tablet to my laptop? In other words I want to use my laptop as a TV screen. Thanks
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look for leapcast oder cheapcast ... both of them are running with Python or Node.js ;)
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One of the first times I plugged my phone into my Windows 8 machine to charge it I was curious and chose the option that now automatically starts the picture/file import touch interface everytime I plug it in.  

I can't find out how to get it back to the old behavior which was that it just brought up a "what do you like to do?" box with several options.  Does anybody know where I can get it so the picture/file import autostart doesn't happen anymore and the original old dialogue / options box comes up?  Thanks!
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Try this..
Connect your phone and go to devices in the right panel, you will find your phone there. Access it and check the settings.
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  • Life University
    Everything, present
  • Pennsylvania State University
    Chemical Engineering, 1998 - 2003
  • Blairsville Senior High School
    1994 - 1998
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  • Mitigation Resource Alliance
    Assistant, 2012 - present
  • Gutopia
    Software Designer, 2005 - present
  • DoubleTree Hilton
    Dishwasher Extraordinaire, 2012 - 2012
  • NateRick Toothpick Manufacturing
    Small Mill Operation, 2009 - 2009
  • Computer Labs - PSU
    Computer Lab Consultant, 2000 - 2005
  • Energy Institute - PSU
    Coal and Oil Research, 1999 - 2004
  • Foothills Security
    Security System Installation, 1999 - 1999
  • Idlewild Amusement Park
    Food Services, 1998 - 2012
  • Blairsville Pharmacy
    Delivery Boy, 1996 - 1998
  • Blairsville News Stand
    Paper Boy, 1990 - 1996
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My friend Christina called the Animal Medical Hospital because she was upset. Bodi, her pup, was pooping in her parents house in State College (she was just visiting) and there was blood and worms in Bodi's stool. The receptionist was amazing because, instead of just trying to make money for the Animal Medical Hospital, she gave Christina very specific advice on how to keep Bodhi from pooping and what to feed her so she could take good stool samples for the next day until Christina can get back down to Ashville NC where her local vet is at. I'm typing this up because I feel like that receptionist and the Animal Medical Hospital giving her the latitude to do so, are truly good caring people at least in this case and I want people to hear about it so they can have at least a little bit more of a clue when they make a decision to go to the Animal Medical Hospital. Thanks, peace, Nate
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