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Thank you for directing me to that article. I actually have read that article previously, and my summation from this document is very different than this meme it seems.  Might I caution against posting context-less web memes which incorrectly claim they are direct quotes from a historical figure?  

As to your cited document, I see very little in this document which discusses the death of anyone or a lack of value of life.  Indeed, she seems to advocate for educating people on responsible procreation and giving them the tools to follow their own best judgement to decrease, what she views, as a drain on the quality of life for the society as a whole.

Eugenics, in and of itself, isn't inherently evil.  It is the methods and motives of humans which determine if it is good or evil, as Hitler has thoroughly demonstrated.  Mrs. Sanger's methods and motives seem significantly less malicious that Hitler's from what I have seen so far.  I am troubled by the potential implications of forced sterilization of the "unfit" but I would need to see more of her reasoning to make an informed decision on the ethical implications of her ideas.

I think I will have to read her book to try to get a better grasp of her ideology and stance on the issue of birth control and eugenics with fewer outside biases than the internet applies to the topics.  
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+Droid Life​ is giving away Chromebook... Might as well enter? 
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Galaxy S6 camera (food mode) - just on the table before I ate it so no special lighting.
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As you know, Chrome OS has now built-in support for password-protected ZIP files and that's really great but how about creating some password-protected ZIP files on your Chrome device

Lucky you! That's exactly what My Little Password does, a Chrome App I wrote for you. It is as simple as you can imagine and the beauty of this is that I conveniently rely on the C library libarchive¹ to create the ZIP archive thanks to the Portable Native Client² technology.
Go have a look at the public GitHub repository³ to see how easy it is to communicate between C and Javascript.

¹ https://github.com/libarchive/libarchive ² https://developer.chrome.com/native-client ³ https://github.com/beaufortfrancois/my-little-password-chrome-app

My Little Password Chrome App is available now for everyone at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/floifiapkmdcpbnppnfjikpbmgbbdijf
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There's some wisdom i guess
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Cool sign! Lol
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I think I'm getting over my Apple addiction. The clasp opened when I was taking my hand out of my pants pocket. Apple wants $229 to fix a $350 watch. What a screw. 
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Interval training with Zombies, Run! Feeling great.
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I love ZR! Season 4 out tomorrow. Much excite!

Oh wait. Thursday sorry, not tomorrow. 
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Holy Cow. This kid is amazing.
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So +Engadget​ must have missed that Google Now has had sound search for a few years now... It's just now added support for Shazam, but its been able to identify songs for a loooooong time now... Natively. 
Siri started handling song queries when iOS 8 arrived, and now Google's voice commands recognize Shazam as a prompt to do the same on Android. That's rig
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I mean, that Google locked third parties out of integrating with this, and only let people use their own engine here.
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My wife has been making homemade keifer for a while now, so I finally capitulated and drank some. Mixed it in with orange juice, tasted like expired orange juice.
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Always friendly and fast, I've been getting my oil changed here for a while. Their price isn't too bad. They are connected with the mechanic next door as well so you can get other services done as well.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Went with our small children and had a great time. Portions are generously sized, good kids selections, and friendly staff.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
There are really two separate menus at any given time in Denny's. One is their traditional diner line up that doesn't seem to have changed much in 30 years or more. This isn't a bad thing - it's simple, consistent, and not terribly expensive. The other is their rotating special menu that seems to be different every time we visit. I like that they're always trying something new. This particular Denny's underwent a remodel and has since been a very nice place to eat. The staff are friendly, it's rarely busy, and I'm pretty sure they're never closed. The portions could be a little bigger, but the value is good. Tuesdays and Saturdays are Kids Eat Free nights, which is always a good time to go.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This particular Walgreen's was very clean, and a very good selection. We went in for just a few things and ended up finding some extra stuff because they have a little of everything. They do take Google Wallet tap and pay here, but I had to enter a pin even after I tapped my phone.
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Having changed hands from Safeway to Fresh Market, this store doesn't appear to have changed a whole lot except for their prices. They seem to be pretty reasonable. The store is generally clean and well lit and they have a nice selection of organics and fresh produce.
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reviewed a month ago
I always enjoy a good burger, and Red Robin has some great ones. I didn't eat at this particular one for a few years due to a stretch of unwashed dishes. They seem to have sorted that all out now, and so I'm back to eating here. While some of the wait staff is great, but it can be really hit or miss....if you want a good burger in Missoula this isn't a bad place to get it.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Really enjoyed taking my kid there. They had a really good selection of flavors. They have toppings that you can't get at Dairy Queen like gummy bears. Clean store, friendly people behind the counter and overall a very good experience.
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