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(dot). com = commercial U.S.Aian web-site for sales and propaganda!!!!
(dot). org = organisation thus the spread of ideas as well as (dot). net (network)
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Rent a town in Hungary for you next vacation! For $750 a day, they even give you livestock!
 
Located 110 miles southwest of Budapest, the Hungarian village of Megyer has four streets (two of them paved), seven "peasant style" houses (fully furnished), a mayor's office and a cultural center.

And all of it could all be yours for a meager 690 euros -- about $750 -- a day, according to the Associated Press.

Still not sold?

Mayor Kristof Pajer will also throw in six communal horses, two cows, three sheep, a poultry house and 10 acres of arable land, according to the AP.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2015/02/25/an-entire-hungarian-village-just-hit-the-rental-market-horses-cows-and-a-bus-stop-included/
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Russian researchers expose breakthrough U.S. spying program http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2956058/Russian-researchers-expose-breakthrough-U-S-spying-program.html @MailOnline
The U.S. National Security Agency has figured out how to hide spying software deep within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers.
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Axelrod relates that after one “awkward” public exchange over his faux position, Obama complained, “I’m just not very good at bull——ing.”
Don’t be so hard on yourself, buddy. Obama lied quite ably. His lines on marriage were as superficially reassuring and sincere as when he said if you like your health care plan you can keep your health care plan, or any of the other deceptions integral to the Obamacare debate. Perhaps more so, since the president sometimes invoked his faith in explaining his dishonest position on gay marriage.


Read more: http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/02/vox-obama-rich-lowry-115134.html#ixzz3RXzSk2y1
The world will little note, nor long remember this week’s Vox interview with President Barack Obama. It contained one gaffe (the president’s reference to the terrorist who targeted a Jewish deli “randomly” shooting people), and no news. It was notable only for how perfectly it matched man and the medium. The president has had...
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Want to find out LAN/WAN TCP/UDP connections on a Linux/Unix/OSX/FreeBSD based systems? Try alias or command:

alias mynetcon='sudo lsof -n -P -i +c 15'
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They charged more to call down the road than across the country because they were Title II Common Carriers. The Omnibus Telecommunications Act of 1996, which deregulated the telcos is the entire reason you can now call everywhere in the country for one flat fee. Of all people +Daniel Chapman​ I thought you would have known that. 
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You have to ask these things, you know.

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Rape is way higher than Sweden than anywhere else and most of it was due to Muslim men.
 
This is sad. Okay so this says most of the rapes were by African Muslims, and foreign men living there.
Instead of warning women to not date these men, why don't they teach these men to not rape?
It seems like calling them Swede and telling women not to date isn't really dealing with the issue. They are uneducated and horrible to country that took them in. People are expecting women to change.
Why shouldn't women go on date? They aren't racist, they are a nice culture. Men around the world should know rape is wrong. I don't understand why people can't be nice to each other.

"The internet radio station Granskning Sverige called the mainstream newspapers Aftonposten and Expressen to ask why they had described the perpetrators as "Swedish men" when they were actually Somalis. That is irrelevant, said the journalists. They were hugely offended when asked if they felt any responsibility to warn Swedish women to stay away from certain men."

http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/5195/sweden-rape

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+Wendy Michele​ I was just speaking about the statistics. I wasn't saying that legit rapes don't happen just that the stats may be skewed because of weird laws and fringe definitions of rape.
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I'm a systems engineer and open source software developer from Central Florida.  

Language note: I am only fluent in English.  I can read a couple of other languages with limited fluency, but I'm not likely to circle you if you don't speak English.  Sorry. 

Why did I circle you? I read something you posted and determined that you are an interesting person, that we have common interests, or you are someone I could learn from.  Quite possibly all three. 

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Unix god since 1989. I am root. Fear me. Also, I've been told I should have been a chef.
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Pretty good coffee, they roast their beans on-site. Their espresso machine is an Astra, and they grind with a Mazzer Mini. They pull nice shots. Their roasting services are excellent. Highly recommended for the home barista crowd.
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reviewed a year ago
"A Google User" above is wrong. I was just there this morning. This place exists, but the map marker was completely wrong. It's on US 19, not on Troublecreek near Grand. This location is quick and efficient and they handle walk-ins well.
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Not bad. The room was very clean, the common areas were also very clean. Service was excellent. the free high speed internet was acceptable. Unlike other hotels in the LaQuinta chain I have stayed in, there were no laundry facilities, no office facilities and no exercise room. The breakfast was substandard as well. They advertised hot waffles -- yeah, Eggos. Give me a break. _Every_ LaQuinta I have stayed at has had a Belgian waffle maker, but not this one. The breakfast dining area was also too small. OTOH, my room came equipped with a brand new HDTV, an oversized mini fridge, microwave and a very decent desk. Comments here about smells or cleanliness or shady characters hanging out in the lobby were unwarranted. Beaches were not far -- U.S. 1 is only about 5 miles from the hotel.
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