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Paul Minda
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Attended Hiram College
Lives in London, ON
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It's a desk for cat lovers... 
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I strongly suspect that after having explored all those passageways, my cat would still end up on my laptop. 
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Paska bread... Happy Easter! 
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Mmmmmmm looks great!!!!
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McDonalds Canada has been recruiting foreign workers from Belize (and other countries), basically exploiting the "temporary foreign worker program". McDonalds is requires them to sign a lease and to live in company-owned apartments. The company docks the rent an utilities directly from their paycheck. This means they only earn about $350 every two weeks, but cannot quit because of their leases...This effectively means that McDonalds Canada is a slave master. So Fuck McDonalds.
Foreign workers recruited from Belize are accusing McDonald’s Canada of treating them like ‘slaves,' by effectively forcing them to share an expensive apartment – then deducting almost half their take-home pay as rent.
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The "irony" is that the major source of income to McDonald's are people from a socioeconomic background similar to that of their employees. 
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What's that...a rare "bloodmoon" eclipse ? Can't wait to see this...so happy to  living in Southern Ontario....... #lunareclipse  
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I saw a big, beautiful, red fox on the trail on my run this morning...
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plus that awesome hair...
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Air Canada, folks....Asking for some assistance getting into the elevator to get to customs, the AC employee says to Mr. Perlman: "Look, I’m not your personal assistant, you’re not paying me for this, you’re the one who chose to carry an extra bag with you.”
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If there were a fourth frame, it would show me waking up and reading my phone also....
 
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We're all entrepreneurs...or so this article claims we should be. I find this to be quite true for research University faculty....Securing external funding, the promotion of one's ideas (research and teaching even), creation of a usable product...maybe this is the way forward from the stranglehold of multinational mega corporations...people need to own their own ideas, promote their own products..to own the means of production. 
It’s time to rethink the relationship between employers and employees.
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We're selling naming rights to the new baby. For example "Pepsi Febreeze Gribble"
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trying to write today...This is basically going on in my mind....
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This is both deeply creepy and fascinating, but apparently kids' cereal boxed are engineered so that the mascot on the box "locks eyes" with children in the grocery aisle ....additional research with adults (using a variety of altered boxes and mascots) has found that "When the character looked into the eyes of the students, they reported feeling a greater connection to the cereal."
When a cartoon character gazes into our eyes from a cereal box, it increases our trust in the brand and our connection with it.
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+Paul Minda I have also heard that placing eyes in certain public locations makes a person less likely to steal. It has something to do with feeling like you are being watched. I assume there is some part of us that, while we can rationally  think that these eyes are not really seeing, it still feels like it.
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  • The University of Western Ontario
    Associate Professor, 2008 - present
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I am professor of Cognitive Psychology and I study concepts, categories, and thinking. I like ideas...I'm interested in things.
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  • Hiram College
    BA - Psychology, 1988 - 1992
  • The Kiski school
    1984 - 1988
  • University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
    PhD - Psychology, 1995 - 2000
  • Bucknell University
    MA - Psychology, 1993 - 1995
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Blue Canary in the Outlet by the Light Switch
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He's your only friend. He's not your only friend. But he's a little glowing friend. But really he's not actually your friend. But he--neverm

Psychology: 'An Owner’s Manual for Your Own Mind'
www.theatlantic.com

An interview with Daniel Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness

Loyola New Orleans discusses a professor who defends segregation | Insid...
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The rise of Rand Paul, a libertarian who is a U.S. senator from Kentucky and is talked about as a Republican presidential candidate, has dra

How to Make a Simple Cup of Coffee
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It's subtler business than you might think.

Gold Medal Moments - Team Canada's golden goal in overtime
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Canada's Marie-Philip Poulin, right, celebrates the tying goal late in the third period against the U.S. Friday in Sochi. (Alexander Nemenov

Why Writers Are the Worst Procrastinators
www.theatlantic.com

The psychological origins of waiting (... and waiting, and waiting) to work.

Dave Minda
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Hi! I'm Dave Minda, a guitarist, singer, and songwriter from the Pittsburgh area. I do solo acoustic and electric shows, and I perform a var

New at the Nursery: Tomato + Potato = TomTato
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One well-designed plant, meeting all your garden needs

A Dog’s Life - The Nature of Things
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A Dog's Life reveals how our best friends perceive the world - from the moment they take their first morning walk to the time they curl up a

Study: 80% of College Students Say They Text in Class
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Most students in a recent survey say digital devices are distracting, but they use them anyway.

The Daily Life of a Grandma and Her Odd-Eyed Cat
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For the last 13 years Japanese photographer Miyoko Ihara has been taking pictures of her grandma, Misao, to commemorate her life. 9 years ag

Are Private Schools Worth It?
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A new book argues that public schools are actually academically superior.

A New Frontier in Animal Intelligence: Scientific American
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Evidence that some animals are capable of “mental time travel,” suggests they have a deeper understanding of the world around them

Using Music to Close the Academic Gap
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New studies on the cognitive advantages of learning instruments at early ages

JPMorgan Wants Its Own Ph.D. Program: What's Wrong With That?
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A University of Delaware professor explains why he and other faculty are up in arms over the school's plans to team up with America's larges

Against Redshirting: Why It Pays to Be the Youngest Kid in Class
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The popular practice known as redshirting, or waiting to put children in school, doesn’t necessarily given them a head start.

The 35 Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Pho...
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The world is amazing. Enjoy a compilation of the most spectacular wildlife photos!

Death of an adjunct
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Margaret Mary Vojtko, an adjunct professor of French for 25 years, died underpaid and underappreciated at age 83

Google introduces Chrome app launcher for Mac
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This past July, Google released a Chrome app launcher for Windows. Today, Mac users can finally get in on the fun, as Google has released a

Remark is an excellent food resource. We've been shopping there since they opened. Produce is always fresh, local when possible, and attractively displayed. The Deli has more expert workers than any other deli in town. So the service is attentive. Special orders are easy. The meat counter is incredibly helpful, meat is cut in house by skilled meat cutters, and they sell serve Ontario Pork, beef, lamb and Chicken (as well as locally made sausages). The store can be crowded on the weekend (very crowded) but since they always keep most of the checkout lines open, you can get through in much less time than one of the bigger stores. They employ a lot of really good people. Remark is one of the best stores in London over all, and the best place to buy food in West london.
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We've used DD for over a year now, and I'm very pleased. The owner worked with us to find a good schedule, and made sure we were satisfied with the person who cleaned for us. Have the same person each time ensured that the cleaning was always done very well, and the same way. And the prices are reasonable. In particular, I was very happy and impressed with just how responsive the owner is any concerns, questions, scheduling changes, etc. Any questions we had were answered right away. I recommend DD to anyone.
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