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This will lead to some interesting conversations, as I got into silly heated arguments with google acolytes here who swore up and down that (a) people would give up $1500 google glass for it (b) that there was an actual intelligent use for this product for standard consumers.
The company is shutting down its "Explorer" program and halting sales of the $1,500 gadget....
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One of my favorite later-Bowie tracks

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48d4irOHhLY
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Tamir Rice was treated worse for playing with a toy gun than Ethan Couch was for the hardship of "growing up rich". 
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I was not thinking of the rape aspect of prison.  I was thinking more on getting beaten up for thinking he is better than everyone else.  He can commit murder, and get probation on a bogus defense
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Ahem

http://www.theverge.com/2015/11/19/9764016/peter-jackson-the-hobbit-movies-terrible-explanation

"when they started shooting the titular Battle of Five Armies itself they were essentially just shooting B-roll: footage of people in costumes waving around swords, without any cohesive plan for how the sequence would actually play out. (A choice Jackson quote: "I didn't know what the hell I was doing.")"
 
I've repeatedly pointed out that The Hobbit was a 300 page quick read which absolutely should not have been adapted into trilogy of 3 hour films. The only explanation was greed, so.. yeah.

"Miramax, founded by the brothers, sold its rights to The Hobbit to New Line, part of the Warner group, in 1998.

New Line agreed to make payments for the "first motion picture" only.
The Weinsteins claim the studio adapted the book into three films "solely to deprive plaintiffs" of agreed revenue.
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Another game fixed for the   #seahawks  *yawn* the NFL is laughing all the way to the bank as they sell a bunch of 12th man jerseys.
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There are a large number of  posters/developers here for whom English is not the native language. Because of this, the "copy" on your site or app page is awkward for native English speakers to read. This hurts your conversions and bounce rate.  With my history of creative writing and longform reviews, I am offering my services of either correcting your existing copy or creating new copy for your apps.  I charge a reasonable hourly rateof $25.00 + a link to my upcoming app release.

If interested you can contact me here or by email at: 
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Some examples of my writing:

http://coalminds.com/blog/2013/09/breaking-bad-series-reviewanalysis/

http://comixology.com/The-Call/digital-comic/74469

http://coalminds.com/blog/2012/03/in-depth-review-of-graphic-lys-new-publisher-program/
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Amazing marketing by the NFL in this Tom Brady "scandal", think about the logistics. In addition to the NFL draft and the NFL combine they found a "third heat" to have fan interest not only maintain during an offseason but actually skyrocket with virtually no spending on their end. their biggest team (just won the super bowl) had a starring role, their biggest villain to the public (the commissioner, often played by a guy who looks exactly like Roger Goodell in movie versions of these kinds of stories) becomes even more hated, and all any of this does is earn them more money on a fake controversy. 

Brilliant big business technique.
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Dopest track on To Pimp a Butterfly finally has a video and it's great

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=91&v=4wZytWFm7x0
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RIP to the greatest pop artist ever David Bowie

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Sony locks up Hideo Kojima with an exclusive deal. Great news.


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Those "facebook is dead and g+ rules everything" memes from the old days of g+ seem even dumber now than ever
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If Al Capone had kept his accountant closer he would never of done time. I have a few friends and family who keep me up to speed on what forms of corruption are legal but they won't be getting paychecks like Mark Zeds boys while he does his buyout or block the competition. 
I see FB on the practical side as someone who still uses it and on the fantastical side by what the media is saying about it. The two do not add up. To draw a parallel it looks like the car industry with FB being GM.
However I agree with what you're saying about Google.
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Google's next phase: content censorship based on their own progressive model. Tipper Gore you have been replaced by modern liberals who know what we will need to laugh at.  Up  next will be music videos, promise.

http://www.medicaldaily.com/pulse/youtube-video-censorship-nicole-arbours-account-gets-suspended-after-shaming-fat-351414

#nicolearbour   #censorship  
YouTuber and comedian Nicole Arbour is facing serious backlash after sharing what she really thinks of obesity.
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Is there one lick of evidence that she was censored by YouTube? Because there is none in that bullshit article you posted. 
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App design, Web design, digital comic book illustration.
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MC3PO, SBDANUTT, Young Chauncey, The Boot-Knockin' Mudokkon
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  • Boom Beach
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Comic book artist and writer, web designer, Flash aficionado, app designer.
Introduction
Comics - artist (illustration and digital painting), writer, I do two webcomics currently and am working on a print one.

I'm mainly a web designer, living in San Diego. Originally from the Bay Area - it's way more boring down here but I can't leave because the weather is amazing. 

Spend most days listening to music compulsively while building websites.  I work on my webcomics, 'Future Kings' and 'The Call' in my free time.   Love drawing and writing comic books, and  I also read them whenever possible. Favorite comic artists right now include Goran Parlov, John Romita Jr., Mignola, Rafael Grampa, and Paul Pope. Really too many greats to mention though. 

Got rid of cable 7 years ago when I realized there were TV shows about things like housewives arguing, but I do love Sons of Anarchy and Breaking Bad (which I really think is one of the best-made shows ever).

In the pursuit of improved art I don't play video games too much anymore, but Metal Gear Solid is my favorite franchise, followed by Uncharted.
Bragging rights
I have successfully avoided both political correctness and Jersey Shore. Write, paint and letter my own webcomic on a pretty regular schedule. 40+ pages in so far.
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Oakland - Vallejo - San Diego - Pleasanton
Terrible customer service (terrible!), including them being unable to pull up 16 years of purchase history for me going all the way back to my living in the bay area. Employees always make you come up to them with questions and they rarely know the answer unless it's aisle location. There is nothing good about this store other than the inventory, with it being the only place you can get a lot of these computer parts in the real world now. Fry's needs competition desperately.
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