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Sounds like a defensive item is in the works.
Welcome back to another Ingress teardown. For those new to Teardowns, we simply compare the previous release (1.64.0) to the current one (1.65.0) and note the differences. You would be surprised at...
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Supposed to be a shield that protects mods, available by code through sponsors (or perhaps that 10,000 live portal BS in Japan.
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Part of the deal that brings Tesla's battery plant to Nevada was allowing direct sales, even though state law requires independent dealerships.

I found a couple of quotes interesting: The direct-sales exemption will probably have “very little impact” on the state’s dealers, Frediani said. I wonder why that is? Earlier the dealers were quite concerned, claiming it would be massively unfair, they'd be unable to compete, etc, etc, etc. Now it will have minimal impact? Was that the case all along?

Auto dealers in Nevada initially opposed allowing the direct-sales exemption for Tesla, said Wayne Frediani, executive director of the Nevada Franchised Auto Dealers Association. But the association came on board in the end because its leaders felt it was ultimately in their best interest to work with the governor to help secure such a big economic development project for Nevada.

What I take from this is that the autodealers association recognized it was political suicide for anyone to oppose such a huge deal... they can't lobby politicians without jobs, so now they're basically turning to the public to score some appeal points. Not that they need it, I mean everyone loves dealerships, right? </sarcasm>
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed tax breaks worth as much as $1.3 billion and a measure allowing Tesla Motors to sell directly to state residents, the final steps to bring the world's largest lithium-ion battery factory to Reno.
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I was mostly surprised by the statement from the auto dealer's association. I would have expected them to fight till the bitter end, or at least only support it begrudgingly.
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- Advance Rumely Thresher Co
- Fargo, ND, USA
-Lat/Long: 46.875956, -96.783483
-Appeal category: new submission appeal
-Reason - This is a historic building. Some more information about it can be found here: http://digitalhorizonsonline.org/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/uw&CISOPTR=5245&CISOBOX=1&REC=2
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Thanks for the appeal. In our first review, we did not have enough information to accept this Portal. We've reversed our decision, and the Portal is online.  To help in the decision making process, adding a detailed description to the Portal is always helpful.
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Autoawesome made a pretty interesting photo out of this "proof of completion" from our work scavenger hunt yesterday.

Aside: Does it still count as a scavenger hunt if you have to do things rather than find things? I feel like there might be a "more correct" word to use.
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Looks like intel is down for maintenance... again.
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Yeah, all of ingress.com was showing it. Like the comments say, it's their standard error page when they bring the site down for maintenance or Google App Engine craps out on them.
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+Netflix​ please bring back recently watched. Continue watching is a fine category, but it's completely unordered. Recently watched is where I navigated for most of my viewing. With recently watched gone, the service is less convenient. 
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Got lunch for the rest of the week figured out.
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- Fargoan
- Fargo, ND, USA
-Lat/Long: 46.879700, -96.787549
-Appeal category: new submission appeal
-Reason - This is a historic building. The Fargoan was one of the oldest hotels in Fargo until it was turned into condominiums. The iconic "Fargoan Sign" was required to stay, to preserve the historic building.
More information here: http://library.ndsu.edu/fargo-history/?q=content/fargoan-hotel
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Thanks for providing additional intel, Agent; this candidate has now been accepted.
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Just a reminder for agents in the field. Try not to be childish. Yes it's fun to roleplay the secret agent thing, but there's really no need to give people the finger or shout cuss words. Most of us are adults, but some of us have teens and younger that play with us and that kind of behavior isn't always taken as the joke (I hope) you meant it as.

And that's all I feel needs to be said about this topic.
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Anyone know the consumer protection laws in ND? This looks like a bait and switch to me...

Concert promoters setup multi-day festival, advertising Andrew W.K. as the headline event. Less than a week (3-4 days) before the festival starts, Andrew W.K. posts on his website (http://goo.gl/998xzV) that the promoters canceled the event and he feels terrible. 

Promoters' facebook event (http://goo.gl/VBLwnq) states, "Nope, not canceled. But Andrew W.K. isn't coming." Later Andrew's website is updated to reflect this (still claiming it wasn't his decision).

Promoters have deleted posts from users asking for refunds, and privately tell individuals that, "You're the only one asking for a refund, you should just come." They don't respond well to, "Screw you, I'm not driving 3 hours if you canceled the main event; this isn't weather or Andrew got sick, this is you canceled him." They don't admit they canceled his act, but they don't deny it, either.

Weekend pass is $60, which is barely more than the cost to file in small claims court (maybe less; forget if it's $50 to file or $80 to file).
THE PROMOTERS OF RISE FEST HAVE CANCELLED ANDREW'S PERFORMANCE. The festival is still having all the rest of the bands on the bill perform. Andrew and his band are very frustrated, disappointed, and are trying to figure out some other way to play in the area as soon as possible.
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Plaintiffs! That's what I meant.
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The metal from the honey "stove" actually reflects most of the heat back in. But yeah... only put it there for the photo ;-)
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Don't think I've been to a burger king in a decade, don't ever plan on ever coming back. So long, nostalgia. Ordered a Big King with onion rings, wife got a flame grilled chicken burger with fries. Fries tasted like the fryer oil needed to be changed days ago, chicken burger patty was so freezer burned as to be inedible. My meal was edible, but disappointing. The burger looked and tasted like the cheap, premade beef heart patties from the "cheap foods" grocery. We threw away the chicken burger and fries and stopped at a different drive through further up the freeway. I'm not sure if burger king has gotten worse over the years or if the other places just slowly got better. Maybe spend less money on creepy TV ads and locate a better meat supplier.
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Could use renovation, but they allow pets which was important this trip.
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The only thing I dislike about Nichole's is that I keep forgetting they're closed on Mondays. The food is amazing!
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The only thing I don't like about Smashburger is their shoestring fries. The burgers are some of the best you can find in Fargo, their shakes are huge and delicious, the sweat potato fries are... can you do sweat potato fries wrong? And the haystack onions are a great substitute for onion rings. Top it off, you can even get your burger on a pretzel bun. Sort of like a mix between modern fast food and the 50s burger dinner, Smashburger is quick, average priced (~$7 for burger+fries), well made, and you can even get a bottled beer.
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One of my favorite bakeries! Love the lunch specials
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Ordered Banana Cupcake. Got a ball of frosting as big as the cupcake on top of a small, plain yellow cake cupcake with a tiny bit of banana filling squirted in. This was more of what I'd expect from a grocery store bakery than a fancy bakery. There are plenty of amazing cupcakes in town, but maybe not here.
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This place is great. I almost never give 5 star reviews, but this place earned it. Hidden in the basement of the historic Loretta building downtown, you actually have to enter from the alley side; there's no access from broadway. But just because it's in the basement doesn't mean they don't have outside seating; they do! The menu is small, but everything is made to perfection; possibly the best burgers in town. Just beware of the deserts: some of them are full meals in themselves, so ask your server and be prepared to share.
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