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Tip 4 interacting w/ a cat, esp a new one: just offer your hand & let the cat pet YOU #TeamCatMojo
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Installing  the net install of Debian Wheezy on an old Linspire Machine...  How many of you recall the days of Linspire?
http://tuxmachines.org/node/3400
Of course at the time, I did what most brainiacs did, and put XP on it, as I was setting up the PC for my daughter...  

Was surprised that I was able to get WiFi going on it without to much hassle. Of course, it wasn't a Broadcomm chip...  

In any event, I'll see if someone wants the old thing... but at least any data that was on it will be gone, and if someone does want it, it'll boot into something interesting. 
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+Chuck Green  Yea, I looked at it too... But Ubuntu won out. 
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Brother Can you Spare a Dime?

Look, people can argue politics right and left until they're red or blue in the face.  

The bottom line, what made the USA Great was our manufacturing of many things, by the Blue Collar Crowd. Selling these things to the rest of the world. - Over the last 3-4 decades (Some say it was in '72 due to a paper written, but that's another thing to talk about) we have lost ground right and left with manufacturing jobs moving overseas...  

In my mind, the dividing line isn't Right or Left in politics, it's Suits vs Blue Collar workers.  There are suits and blue collar people on both sides of the fence, depending on who resonates with them. 

NOW. If you pay into a system, for a service, such as Social Security, it is NOT an entitlement.   

If you pay into a retirement plan and those plans get trashed, for whatever reason, yet you HAD plans, and a method, you're screwed. There's many MANY of my American brethren who I feel are less than sympathetic to those in that condition.  It's not that people didn't have plans, it's not that people didn't try to put things away for their retirement, they got screwed.  

Some call compassion socialism. But, I see it as a group effort to make a nation great.

We as individuals can not create and pave the road to success alone, it's a group effort. 

And...
                                  Happy 4th of July

It took the efforts of many to get here..

#happy4thofjuly   #4thofjuly   #independenceday  
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Right on the Nose Randy! Happy 4th!
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Sometimes these games take on their own, um, personality. 
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This is not good on so many levels. 
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run lag.bat lol ;D
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Finally a list that makes sense.... Idiot lights explained.... 
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Microsoft... still making it TOO easy... 
 
Nothing could go wrong with this idea...
Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 operating system will include the option to share WiFi passwords and login information with other contacts on Skype, Facebook, and Outlook -- but is that the best idea?
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I'd have no problem voting for Bernie... Trump... nah. 
But then again I live in a world where there's a lot of denial. 
Linux isn't isn't viable for business on the desktop, G+ is a ghost town, Split Speed Limits on trucks saves lives.... and the list could go on.  

I thought that De Nile river ran in another country. - I am wong. 
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Didn't they say the same about Ron Paul as well?
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Just listening to a little Giles with my coffee and G+ / Email morning off routine. 
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Watching this on #Netflix   - Yea, the Good 'ol U S of A has been squabbling amongst ourselves for a long time. 

Will it ever end?  I hope it will.. 
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Jide Remix Mini: A $30 mini PC running Remix OS (based on Android)
http://liliputing.com/2015/06/jide-remix-mini-a-30-tv-box-running-remix-os-based-on-android.html


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Remix OS is an Android-based operating system that’s designed to make Android feel more like Windows. It has a taskbar, support for viewing multiple apps at the same time, and other enhancements. The first Remix OS device was the Jide Remix Tablet which launched earlier this year. Now the folks at Jide are making their …
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Absolutely the Android is the choice
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It's simple. If we want cleaner air, we must use fewer fossil fuels. OR NONE. - We can do that. But our current path worldwide, isn't going that way. China is building more COAL plants.   As +Edward Koenig  states, other power sources would be preferable. But we NEED to move away from fossil fuel powered engines, etc, and coal power plants.  Natural gas powered cars and trucks would be a decent interim plan until electric power replaces the internal combustion engine.  Hybrids w/ natural gas engines would be better that what we've got too.
 
Although I prefer renewables (solar, wind, wave etc) and geothermal, nuclear energy will be required in the interim as our power needs grow.  And our power needs will grow.  The rapid oxidation or organic matter (fossil fuels, wood, biomass) can only provide a limited amount of energy before either running out or becoming unsustainable. 

Going back (using less energy) is not an option; that path leads to extinction.

At this point in human development, we are not yet a Type I civilization. Burning stuff isn't going to get us there:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kardashev_scale 
Setting the record straight on misconceptions about nuclear energy...Used nuclear fuel is deadly. Truth: Used nuclear fuel can be recycled
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The real problem is an economic system that depends on constant growth. Think of the economy like a balloon it can only get so big before it bursts.
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    Computers, IT, Girls, Being a Geek, 1984 - 1990
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Decent food, at a good price. Nice people there too. :)
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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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Cleveland Clinic Discount. - If you have to go to the Cleveland Clinic nearby, you should ask about it, I over heard the friendly and polite, daytime front desk clerk talking to someone about it. A good thing, if you or a family member have to go to the clinic. - I found the Hotel to my liking when I stayed there. I would stay again, and highly recommend it. R_ Recently updated their WiFi so more rooms get a better connection.
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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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Never had schnitzel before. This place made me a fan.
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I've had to visit Dr Francis a couple of times due to my need of tooth extractions. Both times he personally called me the evening of my oral surgery to check up on me. A nice personal touch. :) Granted loosing teeth isn't my favorite occupation, but he does a great job of letting you know of what your other options are if you're missing / loosing teeth that you feel you need to replace. His whole staff was friendly and courteous.
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