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Sverre Rabbelier
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Coder, Googler, Metalhead
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Having received a 30 day notice myself last year, I strongly emphasize with having to find a new place to live at the last moment. 

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“Could it be Republicans next election?” he asked. “It’s not like we’re so much better at cybersecurity than Democrats.”

#suddeninsightrepublican

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This is surprisingly fun to play on your phone/tablet (anything with a touch screen really). 

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This is very well written, and puts into words many of the thoughts I've had myself.
I don't have a lot to add. I could say a few things about the third party candidates and why I'm not voting for either of them (having voted for a third-party candidate in the first two elections for which I was eligible), but Scalzi does a good job of making the case for Hillary, and you should go read it.

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You know this election has gone off the rails when Sonata Arctica writes a song about one of the candidates (-:. 

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Having read both the annotated transcript from NPR and this version I can confirm it's surprisingly accurate, and much more palpable than the original. 

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Global Warming is not just serious, it will leave us without a planet to live on unless something is done. This article presents three choices, the first two of which would require political will to do something, which does not currently seem very likely.

From the article:

"The third option is to allow temperatures to rise 3 or even 4 degrees, which Anderson has called "incompatible with an organized global community." Such temperatures would bring suffering to hundreds of millions of people and substantially raise the probability of runaway global warming that can’t be stopped no matter what humans do. Runaway warming would, over the course of a century or so, serve to render the planet uninhabitable. Quite a legacy."

http://www.vox.com/2016/10/4/13118594/2-degrees-no-more-fossil-fuels


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Trevor Noah is no Jon Stewart, but he sure can talk about serious stuff. Well worth watching. 
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