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The last time I went fishing with my dad
Cartoonist Jack Ohman’s aging father was in no condition to go fishing, but when his dad said he wanted to go, Ohman spent days figuring out how to make the trip happen.
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Billie fishing with my dad.
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Ask the Headhunter: Did you lie about your salary to get a job?
People need to realize that if they want their salary history to stay confidential, they have every right to keep it so. Likewise, employers have every right to expect your honesty when you do provide the information.
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One could argue - if the position was very different - that that information is not germaine, because the skill set and duties were different from the job for which you are currently applying to or if the company was at a different status. I'd use any major differences to explain why that information is not relevant.
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What the end of the war means for Afghanistan’s future (From PBS NewsHour)
What will happen to Afghanistan when the United States finally exits its longest war? That’s the focus of “Foreverstan,” a reporting project on the impact for those living through the conflict and those still fighting. Charles Sennott of the GroundTruth Project joins William Brangham to discuss how Afghans see their future.
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I can't believe it's actually "over." Some recurrent hell must still be in the mix - like preventing girls from attending school.
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New from PBS Digital Studios' Blank on Blank series: Joni Mitchell shares her initial aversion to fame in this newly animated archival interview.
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Wow taylor swift should be watching..... great post......tks....
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Modified brewer’s yeast could soon make morphine. #NOVAnext
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That's why you got the bud light....
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In case you missed last night's documentary The Homefront, stream it online now @ http://to.pbs.org/1FBmhJ2 #HomefrontPBS
Gain unique access to military members and their families with these intimate portraits.
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watched... loved it!
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Researchers use brain scans to hunt for Alzheimer’s cause
Now researchers are adding tau brain scans to an ambitious study that's testing if an experimental drug might help healthy but at-risk people stave off Alzheimer's. Whether that medication works or not, it's the first drug study where scientists can track how both of Alzheimer's signature markers begin building up in older adults before memory ever slips.
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aluminum from chemtrails is a big trigger for Alzheimer's. 
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Legendary photographer Mary Ellen Mark dies (From PBS NewsHour)
Photographer Mary Ellen Mark, best known for her striking portraiture and investigative documentary work, died Monday at the age of 75.
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Poignant pics. RIP
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Giving homeless transgender youth a safe haven from the streets (From PBS NewsHour)
Homelessness is a reality for many young transgender Americans. In Washington, a row house has been turned into a safe haven for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth who have nowhere else to go. Hari Sreenivasan talks to the group home's founder about creating a space that is safe, fun and feels like home for those who may have been kicked out by their families for being different.
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+Zelkrov True. . . you can dig a hole, but you can't build a pole :(
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Want to work out smarter? Trick your brain with music (From PBS NewsHour)
What songs get you moving? For cognitive scientists, researchers and now music streaming apps, the answer is in your brain.
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+William Robison Go to a pawn shop and get an old mp3 player and put your favorites on it. I like the ones that have radio access. The old fashion kind, off air real radio.
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Veteran honors fallen military by writing more than 2,300 names from memory (From PBS NewsHour)
Memorial Day is a time for Americans to honor members of the U.S. military who laid down their lives in the service of the country. For U.S. Navy veteran Ron White, his method of memorializing takes on a unique form.
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Probably the best memorial I can think of.
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Before receiving their diplomas, the Class of 2015 got a few laughs from these commencement speakers (From PBS NewsHour)
It’s commencement season for the class of 2015, and graduates and their families may be hearing a lot of speeches. Here are some of the funniest moments from a few of this year’s speeches.
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This guy isn't a clown, he is one of the best people out there. He gave $800,000 of his own money too teachers in need to get their school projects done for students. 
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