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Yea, Gonna have to hack the coffee pot.  My wife wanted one of these fancy coffee maker things, and her mom bought her one for her birthday. SoOoo. We now have one. 
On the flip side of things. It's great having a wife and someone that cares about the coffee.  Even though a sock and coffee grinds in a boiling pot of water works,  it's apparently not all that civilized. 
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Up until 1998, I didn't give a flying flip about politics. Having a military career that spanned two decades, my job description was, in most part; this:

I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

And I don't care what you may feel about that in particular. That isn't the point here, but it's part of the whole, real environment that surrounded me for a profound period of my life.

So, in reality...my political bent was impotent.

It didn't matter at all what I thought or believed, from a political standpoint anyway. My current president told me what my political standpoint was at any given time. Much of that given time, I was expected to carry out the orders of my president by the most violent of means. A lot of people died while obeying said orders, so what I believed was irrelevant. The only thing that mattered was the accuracy of a soldier's rifle.

Unfortunately, holding and obeying orders for such a long period of time is a hard thing to shake. But let me tell you what did shake it. and it shook it down to its core, shattering into tiny shards and allowing my ideas and beliefs to take the fore.

In October of 1998, The Digital Millennium Copyright Act was passed by the Senate and began its journey to then President Bill Clinton's desk. From there it was signed and passed into law. What I found unsettling was the fact that I had heard little of the congressional back and forth of this issue. Why? Because the law was passed, comfortably snuggled inside a farm  subsidy bill, during the wee hours of the morning. Congress knew better than to let this bill see the light of day and the scrutiny of the general public. If the public reaction to the recent SOPA legislation can be a benchmark, then the DMCA would have been a huge public concern in 1998.

But all of that only served to make me dig deeper into how our legal system works, and specifically in the House and the Senate, where the majority of laws are either born or die on the vine. I'm not particularly comfortable with this video's lack of citation, but if it can be taken at face value, this short presentation can explain in full, just what is wrong with out political system here in the US. It's a good starting point for young minds...it gives them a place of reference as they mature into young, and voting, adults. Scroll down to "Corruption is Legal in America.

It is well worth the few minutes you invest in watching.
I have always been a fan of Jimmy Carter, and once more he hits it out of the park. As reported today by the Guardian...
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At least 200 million women and girls in 30 countries now live with female genital mutilation, according to a new UNICEF report.
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Great Happy hour prices on the Burgers. (Shhh, it's a Lakewood Secret!!)  Enjoyed their "free style" BBQ style chips. Their Mozzarella Ball appetizer is most excellent! Our waiter was quite friendly, and gave each of his tables 100% of his attention when taking care of his customers.  

Had their Burger of the Month, The Gladiator Burger. It's Jammy Buggars Answer to the "Roman" burger. - It Slays the Roman burger with it's Garlic Bread, Salami, Parmesan Cheese, Beef Patties, Tomato, Lettuce, Homestyle Pickle slice and Tomato Jam (yes the jams a bit sweet, and served on the side, if you don't like it) .  Oh Man this burger is good. MMMmm Mmm.  

As far as my drink goes. My Sprite had the perfect clarity and the most enjoyable carbonated bouquet.   
15625 Detroit Ave. Lakewood, Ohio 44107. 216-767-5922. SPECIALS. SUNDAY. Serving brunch till 1pm. Full dinner menu available from 1:30 - 4pm. MONDAY. Little Buggar Night 2 kids under 12 eat free from the kids menu with purchase of 1 adult entree, sandwich or burger. TUESDAY ...
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+Don Crowder  Spoil sport. 
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Linux Mint 17.3 is the best Linux desktop operating system and it might be the best PC operating system, period, for you.
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+GPS Driver Yep. - some people will still need access to a Windows machine for some of the oddest reasons. 
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Yea, I think that the game is rigged for the most part. - Would be nice if we could undo that. 
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yep the system is fucked lol ;D
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Won't die soon enough.
 
Even after years of #TTIP talks, new study still unable to point to any major benefits - http://arstechnica.co.uk/tech-policy/2016/01/even-after-years-of-ttip-talks-new-study-still-unable-to-point-to-any-major-benefits/ going nowhere fast #ISDS
Op-ed: Annual GDP boost to EU economy even lower than previously predicted.
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"This is not a third world country!  I don't care whether it's EPA, Local, or State. I want everybody who is responsible for this fiasco to be held accountable. I'm not protecting anybody, because that's not our job. We are the last line of defense, and if we don't do it, nobody's going to do it! US Representative Elijah Cummings to Michigan state representatives over the crimes committed in Flint.
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Great Happy hour prices on the Burgers. (Shhh, it's a Lakewood Secret!!) Enjoyed their "free style" BBQ style chips. Their Mozzarella Ball appetizer is most excellent! Our waiter was quite friendly, and gave each of his tables 100% of his attention when taking care of his customers. Had their Burger of the Month, The Gladiator Burger. It's Jammy Buggars Answer to the "Roman" burger. - It Slays the Roman burger with it's Garlic Bread, Salami, Parmesan Cheese, Beef Patties, Tomato, Lettuce, Homestyle Pickle slice and Tomato Jam (yes the jams a bit sweet, and served on the side, if you don't like it) . Oh Man this burger is good. MMMmm Mmm. As far as my drink goes. My Sprite had the perfect clarity and the most enjoyable carbonated bouquet.
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Decent food, at a good price. Nice people there too. :)
Public - a year ago
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We go there for their burgers. Yummy, Tasty, Burgers. You also get a fried Pickle. They have a great menu. One doesn't have to drink to enjoy a visit to the Beer Engine. BUT! I would recommend though that they carry Vernors Ginger Ale, and IBC Root Beer.
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Fun place to visit. Tasty, Tasty Pizza. The Meatball appetizer was superb. Looked like they had a few options to choose from, if you were a vegetarian too. I can't comment on the Wine or other Spirits, as we don't drink. But it would be nice if they had some top shelf Ginger Ale, like Vernors, or IBC Root Beers.
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reviewed a year ago
Their burgers and other food are tasty, but they seem to be a little pricey. Could be due to the fact that they have Monogrammed Plastic Cups, Napkins, etc, etc... I could care less If their plastic ware has their name on it. Staff friendly also. Half Price Burger Wednesdays are a good time to go check them out.
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reviewed a year ago
Never had schnitzel before. This place made me a fan.
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