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So, are you Apocalypse-useful?
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I'd be useful in an apocalypse.  I'd be food for other people.
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I am so glad that where I currently work is not like this.

(I have, in the past, worked at places that produced situations that were eerily similar though.)
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+Eileen Larsen I thought you might appreciate this after last Sunday.
 
Literally lol'd.

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I actually haven't had a chance to see the new episode yet thanks to an exam. :( I will let you know if I find this amusing. ;)
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At least in Alabama, the only similar concern is cow-tipping.

The original article, for those not interested in the Slashdot peanut gallery:
http://www.ktvu.com/news/news/crime-law/vandals-target-smart-cars-san-francisco/nfTJb/
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TL;DR: in the morning, before breakfast.
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It didn't used to be that way, but the riffraff has definitely been moving in lately.
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Despite the explicitly mention of "SF's Housing Crisis" in the title, the article (warning: quite a long read) explains much of what is wrong with housing throughout the entire Bay Area.
Today, the tech industry is apparently on track to destroy one of the world's most valuable cultural treasures, San Francisco, by pushing out the diverse..
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There is no one solution. The problem is too complex. There are too many groups with competing interests involved.
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Too bad it is sold out. Maybe they will re-print it someday.
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I am guessing these were quite tasty?
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dang tasty, bro.
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Sadly, what is true for Facebook at the very least becomes the perception for all other social networks (even if it isn't true for particular ones). For example:

"Even when you die, Facebook continues to make money off you."
-- Why No One Trusts Facebook

Read more:
http://soylentnews.org/print.pl?sid=14/04/06/1122202
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50 million lines of code and counting: supporting students in open source
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Back in 2005, we had an idea to get university students interested in open source software during their summer breaks. That year, we launche

2013-10-20 From Work - Todd L.'s 15.0 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 15.0 miles and set a PR on the 237 E EB segment.

2013-10-02 To Work - Todd L.'s 14.3 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.3 miles and set a PR on the SCT to Shoreline segment.

2013-09-25 From Work, on Gravel - Todd L.'s 14.2 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.2 miles and set a PR on the Zanker to McCarthy Sprint segment.

2013-09-25 To Work, Slowly - Todd L.'s 13.9 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 13.9 miles and had his 2nd fastest time for the N 1st - Holger to 237 sprint segment.

2013-09-23 To Work - Todd L.'s 14.3 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.3 miles and set a PR on the Manilla Dr segment.

2013-09-20 Try New Things, At Night! - Todd L.'s 14.2 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.2 miles that included the Moffett Park Sprint segment and the Baylands - Aquino Creek Trail to America Center segment.

2013-09-20 To Work - Todd L.'s 14.3 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.3 miles and set a PR on the SCT to Shoreline segment.

2013-09-18 The Streets at Night - Todd L.'s 14.9 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.9 miles and set a PR on the 101 237 EB segment.

2013-09-18 To Work with John McDole - Todd L.'s 14.3 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.3 miles and set a PR on the Baylands - Bay Trail to Gate segment.

2013-09-16 Sunset Ride - Todd L.'s 14.3 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.3 miles and had his 3rd fastest time for the mini-roo Bay segment.

2013-09-12 Bike to Work Day - Todd L.'s 13.5 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 13.5 miles and set a PR on the N 1st - Holger to 237 segment.

130522 Commute from Work - Todd L.'s 14.0 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.0 miles and set a PR on the N 1st - 237 to Holger segment.

130522 Commute to Work - Todd L.'s 14.2 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.2 miles and had his 2nd fastest time for the SCT to Shoreline segment.

130521 Commute from Work - Todd L.'s 13.6 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 13.6 miles and set a PR on the Zanker to McCarthy - northside segment.

Yahoo redesigns Flickr, adds 1 terabyte of free storage and more
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Hot on the heels of Yahoo spending a whopping $1.1 billion on Tumblr, the company has just released a huge update to Flickr. And to go along

130521 Commute to Work - Todd L.'s 13.6 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 13.6 miles and set a PR on the SCT to Shoreline segment.

130520 Commute from Work - Todd L.'s 14.3 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.3 miles and set a PR on the McCarthy Ranch Path Northbound segment.

2013 Bike to Work Day - Todd L.'s 14.5 mile bike ride
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Todd rode 14.5 miles and set a PR on the McCarthy Ranch bike path (southbound) - Coyote Creek Trail segment.

Scientists discover new species of bass in Florida
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Meet the new bass, not the same as the spotted bass. The “Choctaw bass” has now been revealed.