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OK, could we please just pause shooting black people? Particularly when they're unarmed, laying on the ground with their hands in the air, pleading with the large group of officers not to shoot them?

I'm having a little trouble justifying why an autistic man rocking back and forth while sitting on the ground with a toy truck would cause someone to shoot the therapist next to him. You know, that unarmed black guy laying on his back, with his hands up, begging not to be shot. Yeah, that one.

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On Wednesday, WSVN aired a cell phone video reportedly taken moments before caregiver Charles Kinsey was shot by North Miami police. In it, Kinsey, who survived, can be seen lying on the ground with his hands raised, explaining that him and the autistic man he was assisting are unarmed.
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Lord, have mercy!
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It was at that moment, Tina came to regret telling Reginald, "Wear whatever you're most comfortable with."
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LOL
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Shhhhh.....
Sitting in the hotel restaurant after a long day of business travel, I was relaxing with a cold beer and a hot burger. As I enjoyed my dinner, a group of boisterous young men sat down at the table
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You'd think it wouldn't need stating....
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I was eating dinner at the hotel restaurant last night when I heard the two women behind me loudly tell the waiter, "We have very particular needs. We need to speak with the chef." At first I thought they were joking. They weren't.

During the time it took for my dinner to arrive and for me to eat it, they grilled (pun intended) the waiter, the chef, the food service manager, and various other staff regarding the ingredients. I was so amused, I started jotting down their questions.

1. Are your potatoes GMO?
2. Is the cilantro organic?
3. Have personally seen the farm where the cows are raised?
4. Does your food come from a big truck or do local farmers bring it in their own vehicles?
5. Are there separate pans and fryers for organic and non GMO foods?
6. Has your kitchen been blessed and crystal cleansed in the last 30 days?
7. Do you grind your own salt and is it non GMO salt from fair trade sources? [Note: Salt is not an organism, hence it can't be GMO!]
8. Are your people trained in the use of crystals for scanning the food for negative energy?
9. Do you use organic water?

They then settled on french fries, because science...I honestly don't know why they decided fries were safe. First though, they made the server bring the potato out so they could examine it for...I'm not sure what. Maybe a fairy infestation.

After the fries came, they each ate a few and then they got up and proclaimed that they could feel the toxins seeping into them and that they had to go to their room immediately for an energy cleansing session.

On the other hand, I thought my hamburger and fries were excellent.
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+Cindy Sharp​ is not a woman to piss off these days.
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Cops killing black people. Sniper killing cops. Cops use robot to kill the sniper. My world has become Mad Max's Thunderdome.
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21st freaking century and best way a dentist can figure out which tooth is causing the problem is to dig at the suspects with a steel hook.
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Who isn't?!
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I actually feel a little sorry for that elderly communist, Bernie. His endorsement of Clinton had all the enthusiasm of a Vietnam era POW being trotted out for a news conference to condemn the war crimes of the "running dog lackeys of the US imperialist forces".

After all that, I hope Hillary's camp followed through with their end of the deal and released his wife.
Sanders calls Clinton 'far and away the best candidate' and says he intends 'to do everything I can to make certain she will be the next president of the United States'
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I hope I'm not going to hell for snorting at your commentary +Paul Young. Also now picturing the golden watch scene from Pulp Fiction....in Congress.
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Sometimes what is unsaid, constitutes a heroic virtue.
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Quite true
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Hahaha!
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I was cruising down I-70 today when the truck about 1/8 mile ahead of me lost part of its load of steel. I barely (as in by inches) missed a piece of it as it rolled off the road.

After about 15 minutes, my heart rate had finally returned to normal. Suddenly, four motorcyclists, all on Harley's, pull alongside me and in unison, turned toward me and gave a friendly wave and then roared off.

Adding to the weirdness, they were all women with blond hair flowing from their helmets, fully clad in skintight, black leathers, and wearing matching skull bandanas on their faces.

At that moment, I was 95% certain that I'd actually died during the truck incident and that the Valkyries were coming to take me to Valhalla. If that was the case, I must say that I'm very disappointed in Valhalla, as it looks just like gate C18 at the St. Louis airport.
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In a client session that uses obscure, meeting software. 300M download. Instructions in Spanish only. GUI designed by drunken lemur.
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I love like have despise those moments.
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I wish someone made a smart watch in a pocket watch style.
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Salesforce expert with a love for data analytics. Android true believer, Linux early adopter, sales guy. Catholic.
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Account Executive for Arrowpointe (Salesforce geo-location software).  Salesforce MVP alumnus. High energy speaker & trainer.  I write primarily about technology, Linux, Android, CRM, Salesforce (SFDC), current events, religion, and sales.  I have a ZERO tolerance policy for spammers. 

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My wife and I went for a random drive in the countryside on Valentine's day. We came upon Harrisburg, MO and since we were hungry, we stopped at the local grocery story to grab something for lunch. The building looks barely functioning from outside, but when you step in, you'll discover on the first floor, a well stocked, small, grocery store and deli counter. The building is nearly 200 years old and has the original floors and tin ceiling. The two ladies there were just about the friendliest I've ever met. The urged us to try "the finest bologna sandwich in the county", so we did. Fresh bread, hand sliced bologna, Miracle Whip, and swiss cheese--what's not to like? I can't say that bologna is haute cuisine, but a large sandwich, a couple of sweet pastries, and two bottle of water for $5 ranks high on my list of Valentine's lunches. There's a hardware and clothing store on the second floor and we intend to check it out on our next visit.
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My wife and I went on a Saturday night at about 10:30PM--prime hours for a NJ diner, but the place was nearly empty. There were literally more staff than customers, which should have told us something. I ordered the classic hamburger and my wife ordered a sliced roast beef sandwich and sweet potato fries. The food arrived in a reasonable amount of time. My hamburger appeared to be a frozen patty, like you get at the supermarket. I asked for medium well and the center was still quite pink. I would have sent it back, but the server was no where to be found. My fries looked to be machine cut, out of a bag. Not a bad thing necessarily, but they were greasy, barely warm, and not at all crisp. The serving size of the slaw was literally a tablespoon, in a tiny, paper cup. Just as well, as the slaw was dry and flavor free. My wife's sandwich looked OK. It was on wheat toast and was piled high with extremely rare, sliced roast beef. When I say rare, I mean it was oozing blood and cool--not exactly appetizing. Her ordered fries never arrived and again, no server to ask about them. I'm not sure how they managed it, but the roast beef was completely bland. It looked like roast beef, but it had no taste. A very uninspired dish. For desert, we had strawberry cheese cake. The serving was huge and we split it. By far, the best part of the meal. The diner itself is quite clean, bright, and feels sterile. Nothing to see here. We won't be going back.
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Public - 3 years ago
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I had a toothache and they saw me the next morning. Very friendly, efficient, and helpful staff. The doctor herself is fantastic! She is always patient, never in a hurry, and is genuinely pleasant. Top that off with apparently being a very good dentist and you have a quite a great combination.
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My wife and I set up the appointment via the internet, off Mazda's corporate site. When we arrived at the local dealership, we were greeted promptly and in a friendly manner, without the usual feeling of being a pork chop in a pack of hungry dogs, so often encountered at a car lot. Dan Deuber was our salesman. He was well informed, even though the CX5 was a brand new model. He happily accommodated my wife's request to test drive it in a parking lot, as the traffic in the area had her a little uncomfortable. Dan answered all our questions honestly, even those that revealed a minor, less than ideal aspect of the car we were looking at. He was respectful toward my wife and included her in all the discussions--a rarity when buying a car. The price negotiation, although spirited, was conducted in a polite and professional manner. We settled on a figure that we were comfortable with and seemingly gave them enough profit to keep the lights on. They did not try to push us to "invest" in rust proofing, floor mat warranties, alien abduction insurance, or any of the other schemes to part a customer from his money that I've grown accustomed to over the years, when buying a car. This was by far and away the best car buying experience to date. Even without the free doughnuts in their service department, I'd recommend them to my friends. :-)
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