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It's a real honor to have their movie presented here! Seriously!
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Hello,

I think the most crucial feature G+ needs is the ability to modify the circles or friends of a post that has already been submitted.

I can't count the number of times I've had to delete a post that already had +1s and comments and repost it anew just because I later realized I had shared this post publicly.

If you modify the audience of a post and some users aren't part of that audience, their comments could be hidden and disabled until you change it back to the original audience.

This might be very complicated to develop, but man would that be practical and appreciated!
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Security risk, wont happen. If I make a comment on a non public post I made a comment on a non public post.

If I made a comment on a public post, I made a comment on a public post.

If you decide to change the post privacy setting after I have posted, you have caused an issue for me. As you answered yourself, too complex and too confusing for people.

You can +name people in a private post to add them to the original audience, that can already be done.
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Holy cow! Has it been one year already? My first post dates back to May 21st 2012. Happy anniversary to Walking Solo in Montreal! My God, so much has happened since then. Especially my frame of mind. I may have mentioned it i...
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Last weekend I had two meaty dinners of epic deliciousness. First, my family celebrated mother's day on Saturday night with an amazing pulled pork dinner that my mother put together. And on Sunday, I went to Ottawa with one o...
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Russel Brand may sound pretentious, but, he makes good points. Especially about the man who committed a triple murder of RCMP officers in Moncton, New Brunswick. Had the killer been a Muslim, the government would've probably linked it to ISIS in some way and stated that it was an act of terrorism.

The man who committed the murder of a soldier un Québec was suffering from severe depression. He had a business that had just tanked. His wife divorced him and she cut off his right to partial custody of his child. People can be very easily influenced while suffering from depression and they can be led to things out of desperation, which was probably what happened here.

The man who attacked the parliament came from a poor family who could barely afford their basic needs and he was an addict to crack cocaine, who tried several times to seek help and even committed small crimes so he could be put in jail to help him fight off his addiction. And every single time he would be thrown out in the street and be told to stay out of trouble. He wasn't a terrorist. But, because he had converted to Islam and went to a mosque a few times, suddenly he's linked to ISIS and jihadists. I refuse to believe he was such a person. I think he was desperate for attention and for help and he probably believed that the ultimate way to do so would be to get a gun and get into the parliament to stir a huge fucking shit storm. And he succeeded.

Now, instead of examining what the source of the problem was in these incidents, we immediately jump to conclusions involving jihadists, radical Islamic extremists and terrorist organisations. Instead, what we truly need is a functional system that provides mental health services to such individuals to prevent such desperate acts from happening, and leading such individuals towards recovery.

It's a damn shame that the Prime Minister used these events to push his agenda of giving more power to our surveillance agencies whom are already snooping around ordinary citizens' communications and of giving an aggressive role to our soldiers and sending them to wage "war against terror" instead of having a more passive role of providing medical help, supplies and protection to those in need.
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So now, apparently when you comment on a video on Youtube, your comments show up publicly on your G+ profile.

I don't like that.

To me, Youtube and G+ are two separate online services. When I post something on one I don't necessarily want it posted on the other. Having this feature pollutes my G+ stream with irrelevant stuff.
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When in a pinch, my mother would often make a chicken and stuffing bake. She calls it "chicken tonite". It's super easy, quick and can somewhat be used as a thanksgiving dinner type of meal. I mean, you have your two most imp...
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Oh man, I to tally forgot about this community! I've been paying more attention to my G+ account since Google made the upgrade. Anyway, if anyone is interested, I made a delicious simple couscous salad last week. Here's the recipe on my blog!
So, I just lost my job last week. (Boo!) Now, whenever I spend money on something, however important and necessary, I feel guilty for doing so. But, I still gotta feed myself. Thankfully, like the ant in the fable of the ant ...
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+Ghislain Tremblay +Ghislain Tremblay T'as 2 profils dans Google+. Lequel est le bon? Fais juste repondre avec ton bon profil.
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Back in February, I decided to go a little further north on Saint-Laurent and walked all the way to Saint-Viateur. I took a few pictures but didn't really go far since it was getting late and I had to head home. Last week Abo...
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Cheap drinking hole with super cool owner. Great service and cheap beer in a cozy pub. What more can you ask for? Free popcorn? Yep! They got it.
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My girlfriend and I stayed there for 4 nights and it was great! The hotel looks like it was recently renovated and was very clean. The employees were friendly and very nice and accomodating. While the rooms were tiny, but it's perfect for a couple who's always out visiting the city and only comes back to their room to sleep. The hotel is located on a very quiet street and is literally a 5 min walk from the Champs de Mars and the Eiffel Tower. Excelent location. Best of all, there were NO bed bugs! I highly recommend this hotel.
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Je suis allé manger là une fois parce que j'avais une rage pour un hamburger au fromage bleu. J'y suis allé parce que ça avait l'air d'un endroit respectable et aussi ils annonçait leur poutine comme était très bonne. Je suis donc entré et j'ai commandé mon hamburger au bleu et une petite poutine. Finalement, bien que la poutine était correcte, j'ai été extrêmement déçu du hamburger. Je ne vous mens pas, la galette était si petite que je n'ai même pas goûté le boeuf. J'ai ouvert le hamburger et elle faisait à peine un pouce et demi de diamètre et avait un quart de pouce d'épaisseur. C'est même pas un quart de livre! Il y a plus de viande dans un hamburger de chez Mc Donald! Et elle était trop cuite en plus, donc toute dûr et goûtait le brûlé. Le pain était énorme. Il y avait bien trop de pain. Même pour une galette de boeuf plus grosse, ça aurait été trop. Enfin, ça m'a coûté les yeux de la tête pour manger que du pain et une petite tasse de poutine. C'est une insulte. Je n'y retournerai plus.
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