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Robot chef coming to a kitchen near you in 2017
An automated kitchen that will create up to 2,000 meals from scratch is slated to go on the market in 2017.
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From a practical standpoint I think this will be like robots in other fields. It will make food with great consistency, but without soul. 
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How America moved on in the days after the Civil War
President Abraham Lincoln died 150 years ago, just days after Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered at Appomattox, ending the Civil War after four years. To discuss the lasting effects of both events, Jeffrey Brown talks to Martha Hodes, author of "Mourning Lincoln," James McPherson, author of "The War That Forged a Nation,” and Isabel Wilkerson, author of “The Warmth of Other Suns.”
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+Jake Goodman
Doesn't get to decide what violates our Constitution, the Supreme Court does and strongly disagrees with Mr. Goodman's interpretation. So it is not we but YOU Mr. Goodman that are ignoring our Constitution in ignoring our Supreme Court 's interpretation of it. Maybe it's because they know the history of our Constitution and the fact that it was specifically written to give the federal government the power to supersede state law. A power it did not have under our Article of Confederation, which worked so poorly it was the reason Washington's troops were ill-equipped and nearly starved for more than half the war. And the reason none of the states were paying their war debts after. Washington CLEARLY answered this question of the founders intent for us when he, without hesitation, sent troops to put down the the "Whiskey Rebellion" with force if necessary.

and +Stefan Attaway it is you who are showing a stunning ignorance of our history. where exactly are you getting this "information" ??

slave population by state. 1860:

http://www.civil-war.net/pages/1860_census.html
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The Healthy Lunchtime Challenge is here. Submit your child’s original and healthy lunch recipe now through April 30 for a chance to join the 2015 #KidsStateDinner at the White House:
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+Brian Hunt why not just kill them now before they have to endure any more disappointment? :P
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You don't have to feel guilty when it's homemade, right? (via PBS Food)
Indulge in this salted coconut caramel recipe. Combine brown sugar, vanilla extract, coconut milk, and sea salt. Get the recipe at PBS Food.
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Looks so good.
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Fast food workers say they can't live on current wages, employers say they can't afford raises
Low-wage workers around the nation went out in protest on April 15, demanding a minimum wage of $15 an hour. A few big corporations have begun raising their pay, but some critics say a major hike would hurt employers and kill jobs. Gwen Ifill gets debate from Steve Caldeira of the International Franchise Association and Tsedeye Gebreselassie of the National Employment Law Project.
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But you do have a ft job or career, with which you support yourself , acknowledging that you have worked harder than these the fast food workers wanting a living wage? Do you see where it doesn't make sense to compare your personal experience to these workers, blaming them for their circumstance. It is irrational.
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What if every working age person in your town disappeared?
Imagine if you woke up one day and all of the working-age men and women in your town were gone. They'd disappeared practically overnight. How would that change your town's culture, its lifestyle -- your life?
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Hummm...???!!! 
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Backlash to Indiana’s religious freedom bill helped my LGBTQ students (from PBS NewsHour)
A crowd of demonstrators protests the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, a controversial bill Indiana passed in March. Opponents of the bill say it promote
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Yay, you drew those conclusions from a picture of a protest? That's obviously what they all stand for... 
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What happens when autistic children no longer qualify for services through state education departments?
When services for those with autism stop at age 21, what are the parents to do?
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Is there really an increase in autism, or just in diagnoses?  Everybody has to have some "condition" or "syndrome" these days, so they can be a "brave victim" against a debilitating disease. I've heard numerous parents almost brag about their kids with Asperger's syndrome as if to say my son is disabled, but super super smart.  WTF? Maybe he's just introverted.
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How I became a videogame feminist, by PBS Game/Show host, Jamin Warren:
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Who does slum tourism benefit? #NOVAnext
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The photographers of PBS. . .
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Next time you need a brownie fix, these will definitely hit the spot.
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Iraqi-Americans witness violence in their homeland from afar
A U.S. visit by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi comes as the battle against the Islamic State appears to be making headway. But many Iraqi-Americans are still wary of the chaos that has unfolded. Three Iraqis living in the U.S. talk about their fears for their homeland and watching the fight from afar.
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Sorry folks. Some of US meant well, but ....
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