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I've been around the block and back. - Recycled Teenager?

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    Computers, IT, Girls, Being a Geek, 1984 - 1990
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I just backed Remix Mini - The World's First True Android PC. on @Kickstarter http://kck.st/1f3jz6b
Jide Tech is raising funds for Remix Mini - The World's First True Android PC. on Kickstarter! Remix Mini is a tiny PC. It gives you a PC experience unlike anything on Android and an Android experience unlike anything on a PC.
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With android 2+ gb of ram is kinda needed imo
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The Last NASA Apollo Spacecraft | Apollo-Soyuz Test Project 1975
40th Anniversary (1975-2015): The Apollo 18 spacecraft, as seen by the Soyuz crew..."This, the final flight of the Apollo spacecraft, was the first docking of spacecraft built by different nations and presaged the era of cooperation between the Russians and the Americans that is now such an essential part of our efforts to build a permanently occupied space station..."It would be six long years before another American astronaut would fly in space, this time aboard the reusable Space Shuttle. The Apollo era, an era of the greatest achievements in mankind's history, had ended."

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About 7 years ago, I was thinking that a Aluminum Car would have been a good long term affordable and rebuildable car.  3D printing technology is making such headway that those ideas would be changing yet again. 

I'm still a firm believer that a good many people of the world don't really care if they have a "NEW" car. People just want something that will get them from point A to point B with minimum hassle.  

In the US of A, most of us live to far from our work to be able to bike or walk.  We also don't have a good public transportation infrastructure everywhere.  The Big Cities usually have something that is useable.  But what about if you live in Casper Wyoming?  You're out of luck if you're wanting to go from the Wonder Bar to the FireRock Steakhouse. 

Or how about if you live in the Grand Rust Belt of America?  I just junked my 2005 Pontiac due to rust this week. What a waste of resources.  The engine was working, but the radiator was falling out of place due to rust.  90% of the car was in useable condition.  Seats, AC, Tires, windows, etc.  What a waste of effort due to materials used to construct this equipment, IMHO.  

What did I replace the 2005 Pontiac with? A 1998 Toyota Camry. The 17 year old car was in better drivable shape than the 10 year old car.  Isn't that a little nuts?  

I'm a far way off from being some kind of conservationist, I just hate waste.  I feel that it's a waste when we junk cars the way we do.   Granted it puts money in the economy when we purchase something new, but I don't think we should have to in order to have safe and reliable transportation. 

BTW, Thanks, +Matthew Williams  for pointing this article out to me.  :) 
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Two words: Chevy Vega.

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+Randy Noseworthy That is also true! lol 
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Huh... Imagine that. Fish get thirsty... 
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Says who? Has someone actually asked a fish about this?
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Make a movie with Eiji Tsuburaya! #GoogleDoodle
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The Enviornmental Protection Agency has a new tool called EJSCREEN, which lets you overlay the agency’s environmental data on a geographic map, along with layers of information showing poverty. The result is as depressing as you’d probably expect.
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Sure does - If you have enough money you don't buy next to the car battery factory, or the used tyre mountain.
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Juffy Lube Scam. - Buyer be ware. 

#scam   #jiffylube   #juffylubescam  
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CRIKEY!
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Soo... there's people at work talking about and seemingly excited about Windows 10 being used in the future... 
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I don't see why Windows users can't be excited abotu a new version of Windows... I don't see them going out and having a release party to celebrate it but still :p
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Glad my dad never knew about this....
 
About Cosby

I didn't want to write this.  I cannot imagine many things I would less like to be writing than a mournful epitaph for the career of Bill Cosby while the man yet draws breath.

Yet, there is no way to avoid the tragic conclusion: Bill Cosby is a repeat and unrepentant sexual predator.  We can niggle over what exactly he did and to how many women, but his own released deposition clearly shows his predatory tendencies.

It is beyond sad.  Like so many people, Cosby was like a remote but reliable vicarious Father Figure to me.  His warm face and smile, and childlike comedic mirth combined with valuable life lessons, made me feel almost like a member of the Huxtable Clan myself.  And for no reason at all but him, the thought of Jello Pudding gives my belly a warm and happy feeling, and also Kodak is a name with nostalgic overtones.  Though, even The Cosby couldn't sell New Coke as it turned out.

His career is dead.  Never again will we enjoy a new Cosby show or special.  All that remains now is how to salvage what of his legacy is worth salvaging, not for his sake but because we can't unscramble the egg.  He should never have had a career while behaving as he did, but it happened, and there is now no denying his genius.

Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?  Only another childhood hero of mine: The Shadow.  Yet another hero whose reality was as fabricated as the man so many of us thought we knew.  He got caught, and no doubt millions of others have escaped this, and thus taking the torch to all his works solves nothing.  We cannot erase all things bad men have done, and sometimes to do so would be worse.  For all his faults, his image helped positively shape more young minds than his monstrous actions harmed.

I will, as occasion arises, enjoy his body of work, without seeing before me a disturbed and vile creature, much as I watch a special effects blockbuster and see transforming robots instead of crude CGI characters.  I know the truth when the screen goes off, but needn't let it ruin my experience at the time.

However, going forward, my primary sympathy is for the victims.  For them, the beloved face of Family Values looks more like the sneering maw of a hellborn demon.  Let his future projects be cancelled in perpetuity, and his shows removed from broadcast syndication and relegated to the archives of streaming and on demand video the user chooses to see.

We can't change the past, but we can learn from this and, in the future, catch the warning signs of celebrity sexual predation and encourage victims to speak up sooner, rather than later.

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Does anyone have links to the depositions or anything to back this up? I haven't seen this info and would like to
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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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till it bites your arm off lol ;D
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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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