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And journalists wonder why they get no respect. The 4th paragraph down details the "healthy" foods. Not a single thing mentioned is actually healthy. What a crappy click bait hack shat article. Thanks author and DailyBeast for contributing to the world's daily dose of uselessness... 
Professor Laura A. Schmidt of UC San Francisco’s School of Medicine writes about the perils of sugar—explored in the eye-opening documentary ‘That Sugar Film,’ in theaters July 31.
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Yeah, there's loads of sites I just don't go to anymore. Clickbait for paid adverts...
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So much esoteric knowledge and truthiness herein

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A lovely little 2.5 minute guided meditation for relaxation (NSFW) or Church

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 IF ALL THE TEARS WERE SWEET... / POR SI TODAS LAS LÁGRIMAS FUERAN DULCES (2015)

This is "Simbiosismo" or "Symbiotic Art"
Ésto es "Simbiosismo" ó "Arte Simbiótico"

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catalog of works:  https://es.pinterest.com/antoniomarcialr/carlos-fern%C3%A1ndez-chicote/
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It's amazing how stupid the "most" intelligent creatures on this planet can be. At night he jumped into a lagoon where a 10+ foot (3 meters for you Europeans and others who use a sensical measuring system) gator was known to be. On the plus side of this horror he almost certainly earned a Darwin award.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/04/us/texas-alligator-attack/index.html#
A man who apparently mocked alligators, then jumped in the water -- despite warning signs -- is dead after being attacked in Texas.
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"Our doors are open and will remain so until every addict who seeks help with their disease has treatment. You will always have a place to go as long as this police department stands."

That's the Police Chief of Gloucester, MA talking about their new drug program. They're calling it the Gloucester Initiative.

Here’s how Chief Len Campanello says it works:
"Gloucester will NOT charge any addict who comes to us for help.
We will fast track them in treatment and support their family. You will receive no judgment; just professionalism, respect and compassion."

The chief says "Addiction is a disease not a crime. We can’t arrest our way out of the epidemic.

The Gloucester Initiative has been in operation now for about a month.

And the Chief just posted this update on Facebook: "We have, as of midnight last night, taken in 55 persons with addiction.
All placed, all in treatment. We received great news today from our first intake...he is over 30 days clean and sober. We continue to encourage persons with addiction to come in and get help."

"The are no catches."

"We feel this program is the first day of the last recovery process a person with addiction will go through. We say this because we tell each of our program intakes that whatever they do after they walk into the police station, we will be there. Whether they are able to succeed or whether they relapse, we will be there. We will help again and again and again until they no longer want help."

"We know there will be setbacks for people."
"We don't care."
"Come back."
"You're still in recovery."

"We know some people will relapse."
"We will not judge you."
"Come back."
"You are still in recovery."

"Just as a cancer can go into remission only to appear later, we know addiction is hard to beat. 60 police officers, 40 Angels, and an entire community will have your back."

"You must do your part, but we will refuse to abandon you, forget you, or ignore you."

"You will receive the respect and dignity you deserve here, without judgment, without coercion, without charges."

"Your life has meaning."

"We are partnering with almost 30 treatment facilities who feel the same way."

"Not one person who has walked through our doors has been turned away."

Chief Len Campanello

To find out more about the program here’s a link:
http://gloucesterpd.com/tag/the-gloucester-initiative/

“A reporter asked one of my officers last night:
‘Do you see a common thread in all addicts?’

Without hesitation, the officer responded:
‘Absolutely..they're all human beings.’

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An appropriate soundtrack for these maroons... 
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So this FBI guy just announced to the world that he is a blithering idiot. Government is completely incapable of protecting data because of incompetence . Backdoors into software/hardware are a 100% guarantee that criminals and other nations Intel services will have that information.
 
Tomorrow FBI director James Comey will be testifying before the U.S. Senate on why he wants to put backdoors in your encryption. We've decided to preemptively debunk the myths and misstatements he's likely to push.
The FBI wants to ensure everyday people can't use strong encryption. For over nine months FBI Director James Comey has been pushing the FBI's twenty-year-old talking points about why he wants to reduce the security in your devices, rather than help you increase it.
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When I teach security in software applications development, I always use the example of the Three Little Pigs.  We can dispense with the first two pigs, they were naive and didn't implement security and their houses were blown down.

But it's at the brick house where things get interesting.  The Big Bad Wolf tries to blow the house down, as before.  Failing that, the wolf climbs up on the roof, to slide down the chimney.  The pigs light a fire and burn him as he's coming down.

There's always a chimney somewhere.  Most fraud and security breaches are inside jobs.  Nobody wants to talk about it, you can have the most robust security protocol and still be breached.   I've done a lot of phone switches, going back to AT&T Bell Labs.  Engineering in the ability for law enforcement to do a surveillance warrant is creating just such a chimney.  

The solution comes in two parts:  the pigs survived, not because they were in a brick house.  They survived because they detected the wolf on the roof and understood he was heading for the chimney.  Security isn't just encryption.  It requires an active defense.  While the PATRIOT Act remains on the books, the chimney can't be secured.
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Joe Rogan and Goldie layin' down truths

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An explanation of why you can't ban strong encryption. 
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