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Aaaaah. The Instructional Videos of the 50s.

I'd think this was satirical but ... I suspect it wasn't.

Here's the crawl-text from the front of it.

The Candid Camera has brought us a new low-down on the higher-ups.
The best sellers have taught us to Wake Up and Live Alone and Like It.
Our beer boasts its thinning -- our smokes aid digestion -- our mothers-in-law would walk a mile for us -- and our children tell us the Facts of Life.

But what about our women? Do they satisfy?
With all these modern advantages, science has done nothing to make marriage safe for husbands.
The old marriage institution has limped along for centuries, burdened by boredom -- men have submitted, suffered and supported long enough.

Therefore:

We have decided to do our bit toward the relief of marital boredom.

LESSON ONE.

TO THE LADIES
"HOW TO UNDRESS IN FRONT OF YOUR HUSBAND"


And here's the link to the thing itself. Which speaks for itself.

Aren't YOU eager to return to the morals and standards of the 1950s? Yeah, me neither.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvqvHu-9kLE
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The music video for the Colombian band's song "Soy Yo" has made headlines this week. The group's Simon Mejia tells NPR's Rachel Martin why it's being called an ode to little brown girls everywhere.
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Because they'll never stop trying to take away our rights.
Lobbyists for the copyright industry are trying to bring SOPA back.
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This looks awesome and cool and worthwhile.
IronSpike is raising funds for New World: A Sci-Fi/Fantasy Anthology on Kickstarter! What happens when worlds collide? New World has 25 stories by 30 creators about culture clash and civilizations in conflict!
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My drawing for Draw a Bird Day.

It's not the best bird but it's a bird.

This is the Banded Ptardritch, in its nest.
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The year I was born, President Eisenhower gave a speech where he warned about the Military-Industrial Complex which had been quietly taking over the control of the economy, law, and international relations. The "military" part has been reduced but globalization and the advent of the "trade organizations" who write treaties that override local and national laws has resulted in something else that's just as pernicious.

The rise of the corporate colossus threatens both competition and the legitimacy of business
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So. Google. The latest iteration of ++Google is really pretty ... flat and sickening with eyestrain inducing "mobile-friendliness" that we all got over with a long long time ago, but hey, it means you can spend less money on programmers or something so whatever.

The thing is, you removed EVENTS from the list of things.
You may remember them. They were the thing you could do that allowed HANGOUTS and other Google products to work well together.

Now, you claim that "all the features are still there" but you're clearly lying. If I can't SEE the way to get at events there in the sidebar, I can't DO anything with them.

Please put it back the way it was. It WORKED. Now it does not.
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My dear friends and connections.

I do not have a LinkedIn account. Please do not invite me to connect with you on LinkedIn. I used to have a LinkedIn account on a former email, but the email went away, and LinkedIn has refused to accept that I am the same person without my verification ... from the account that no longer exists.

I do not use this account for business purposes. I have a separate account for that. If you want to add me to non-Google social networks for work connection reasons, email me directly and I'll tell you what that account is. Thanks!
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This, for EVERYONE who says "Just get a job, it doesn't matter what."
 
This machine allows anyone to work for minimum wage for as long as they like. Turning the crank on the side releases one penny every 4.97 seconds, for a total of $7.25 per hour. This corresponds to minimum wage for a person in New York. This piece is brilliant on multiple levels, particularly as social commentary. Without a doubt, most people who started operating the machine for fun would quickly grow disheartened and stop when realizing just how little they’re earning by turning this mindless crank. A person would then conceivably realize that this is what nearly two million people in the United States do every day…at much harder jobs than turning a crank. This turns the piece into a simple, yet effective argument for raising the minimum wage.
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This is the "concept design" for the we-think-it-might-be-possible warp-drive ship NASA is considering.

The real trick will, of course, be finding the right materials to make the warp rings from...
The IXS Enterprise is a theory fitting concept for a space warping ship. It's designed for/with NASA scientist Dr. Harold White and used in his presentations as an extra. Mike Okuda also brought input, and designed the Ship's insignia. I'm currently in the process of repainting and texturing the ship. This version will replace the first version, that was less detailed in terms of materials. (Mesh stayed the same.) Total hours into this project...
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Crossing the streams here, found this on tumblr

The amusing thing: a lot of the places that support this idea show it as being documented in wikipedia, but as of 23:33 PDT on 7 April 2015, it isn't, at least, the page people cite doesn't seem to exist.

Anyway. Gonna draw a bird tomorrow anyway.
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