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+Hugh McVea​​​ when I see "Food Babe" the very first thing I do is check a second source, especially when the poster disables comments. G+ doesn't have to be an echo chamber for like-minded people.

That blogger so frequently writes things that are between misleading and wrong that Snopes has an entire archive section focused on debunking her so-called articles.

http://www.snopes.com/monsanto-suppressing-evidence-of-cancerous-herbicide-in-food/

Various scientific organizations have concluded that the extremely low levels of glyphosate that make it into food products are neither carcinogenic nor genotoxic.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glyphosate

The post which prompted sharing this explanatory material is linked below.

https://plus.google.com/+HughMcVea/posts/B57vWGo95Kt
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Thanks y'all!
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hoo ,, no i dont report nothing 😆 +Char G​ good work for substratum team 👌 
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Election day can be kinda intense sometimes and deserves an equally intense soundtrack.
+Nextbit​ Robin #MPDroid
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When I think of Oklahoma major earthquakes do not come to mind. Based on a quick peek at Wikipedia it appears that OK had low-magnitude quakes fairly infrequently until 2009. Are the risk of property damage due to earthquakes and potable water contamination by the various industrially useful but toxic fluids really worth the fuel price savings we get from domestic, inland oil extraction?
 
Preliminary Mag — M 5.6 - 14km NW of Pawnee, Oklahoma: ShakeMap - VII DYFI? - VITime2016-09-03 12:02:44 UTC2016-09-03 07:02:44 -05:00 at epicenterLocation36.429°N 96.923°WDepth6.59 km (4.09 mi) #earthquake #usgs
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program, responsible for monitoring, reporting, and researching earthquakes and earthquake hazards
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You don't have to worry about falling in the ocean.
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+Char G​​​ can you delete the post by "Tim S" to this community from about 9 hours ago?
Despite being a heartwarming story about car crash survivors, the post has comments and reshares disabled and has exactly nothing to do with CyanogenMod.
https://plus.google.com/+TimS1313
This post can be deleted too, of course. Both are getting in the way of amusing requests for ports to obscure devices. 
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(on the other hand is what i was referring to) +Bill Bogstad 
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This Englishman spent his last days shining a light on inequality.
We have yet to see a celebrity in the US facing terminal cancer draw attention to the healthcare available to everyone; they spend chunks of their fortunes on treatments most cannot afford while many of us might not have such options.
Critic AA Gill, who died on Saturday, said he could not get potentially life-extending cancer therapy.
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I turns out tying a bow in a wide ribbon is no harder than tying a bowtie.🎅
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Somewhere in Alaska a very deep earthworm farted.
 
Preliminary Mag — M -999.0 - 72km W of Anchor Point, Alaska: Time2016-11-07 23:31:22 UTC2016-11-07 14:31:22 -09:00 at epicenterLocation59.694°N 153.117°WDepth103.80 km (64.50 mi) #earthquake #usgs
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Poo!
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I found the attached banner ad mildly amusing.
Tyson recently invested in a company that makes (almost convincing) meatless, vegan meat products.
http://beyondmeat.com/whats-new/view/why-i-am-welcoming-tyson-foods-as-an-investor-to-beyond-meat

This ad is, of course, neither my creation nor my property. Please don't sue me for promoting your products, Tyson lawyers.
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I'd like my roof to last as long as possible, but if a hailstorm damages it as hailstorms are wont to do I hope my insurance company would let me pay the difference between the prorated value of replacing architectural shingles and new photovoltaic solar roof tiles.

Tesla shows off solar roof tiles - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37809151

+Dogwood Solar​ will you guys carry this brand?

Roof tiles with built-in solar panels are unveiled by Tesla chief executive Elon Musk at launch event in Los Angeles.
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+a k'wala​ you're not going to get feedback with comments disabled. Also your post reads like you just stole a PIN locked phone and want to use the community to bypass that security. I'd suggest you back up the data partition to a PC or USB OTG, factory reset, then copy back the bits and pieces you need. 
 


I set a PIN for the lock screen yesterday for the first time after a clean install of CM13 on my Nexus 5. Today I can't get past the lock screen with the PIN. Is there a way to bypass/remove the PIN without doing a factory reset? I have the latest TWRP recovery for Hammerhead.

A couple of how-to sites suggest removing the password file /data/system/secure.key. I booted into recovery and looked for the file which doesn't exist. I do see the files gatekeeper.password.key & gatekeeper.pattern.key in the same location. I am not sure whether removing one or both of these would remove the PIN/password and whether it's advisable to do so.

(cross-posted from CM Forum: https://forum.cyanogenmod.org/topic/128939-bypassing-lock-screen-on-nexus-5-running-cm13/#comment-609523)
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+a k'wala gottcha
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+Nickelodeon​'s Paw Patrol used the red tailed hawk sound more than a dozen times in an episode every time a bald eagle incidental to the plot swooped across the frame. Shameful!
#MakeAmericaAccurateAgain
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    Mechanical Engineering, 2002 - 2006
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