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Just noticed Kleen Kanteen makes a whole line of growlers. Don't let the picture fool you, that's a stainless steel bottle. 
Beer lovers, this one's for you. Klean Kanteen stainless steel growlers are a simple and convenient way to grab beer to-go from your local taproom. Beautifully designed and built to last, our growlers are timeless, practical and offer safe transport for green juice, water, wine, kombucha, or cold-brewed coffee.
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Let me know when it goes up to eleven
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woah, my laptop melted just loading that photo.
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WiFi calling on the T-Mobile Nexus 6. Well I guess I'll have to flash back to stock to get the update. It's time for Spring cleaning anyway.
 
Android 5.1.1 w/ support for WiFi calling to begin rolling out to T-Mobile Nexus 6 this weekend

Following the leak of a Sprint document claiming that its Nexus 6 model would receive Android 5.1.1 on May 26th, T-Mobile announced today that it will begin to rollout the update to its variant this weekend. T-Mobile employee Des Smith made the…
Following the leak of a Sprint document claiming that its Nexus 6 model would receive Android 5.1.1 on May 26th, T-Mobile announced today that it will begin to rollout the update to its variant thi...
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I'm not actually sure. Sorry. I need to get back into the rooting game. Paranoid is busy with One Plus I'm sure. 
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Yesiree -- progress and profit

With this development maybe I will get that Grand Guzzler SUV I was thinking about.
The move is a major victory for Shell, but environmentalists say a possible accident there could have far-reaching consequences.
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Government and politics as usual.
Ideology wins out over common sense and proven results. 
CFPI helped to reduced teenage pregnancies and cut abortions but experts say ‘family planning is a political issue, and science and data gets trumped by ideology’
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"It is estimated that the world population reached one billion for the first time in 1804. It was another 123 years before it reached two billion in 1927, but it took only 33 years to reach three billion in 1960.[70] Thereafter, the global population reached four billion in 1974, five billion in 1987, six billion in 1999 and, according to the United States Census Bureau, seven billion in March 2012.[69] The United Nations, however, estimated that the world population reached seven billion in October 2011.[2][3][4]"

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population

They will legislate just about anything, except wisdom. 
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It also makes data mining pretty difficult!
 
Google does not recommend using end-to-end encryption in emails. It makes tools like GMail's integrated translation useless.

Thanks, but we usually communicate in a language we
understand.

#Google #GMail #encryption #privacy  
At re:publica in Berlin, Eric Grosse (Google Security) said end-to-end encryption of their future pgp-plugin is not meant for common use as people would not be able to benefit from helpful tools like Google's integrated trans...
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Settling in for a hot day. 
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I am sure they dirty  ol' fleecy things are cooler than a hot tin roof.
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A great majority of people are not happy with the tradeoff of data mining for increased services, but feel powerless and resigned to its happening. To make it worse, most are ignorant regarding what companies can legally do with the data they've collected. 
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Honestly, I hate it. But like you said, I want good service. Using Verizon is a double edged sword in that regard. I wish there was a middle ground between T-Mobile and Verizon, I'd jump on it in an instant.
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I agree with +Alex Hernandez​ -- in general BB King isn't someone I listened to, but without guys like him, there wouldn't be the the stuff I do listen to.
Alex Hernandez originally shared to World News:
 
:-( #RIP   #BBKing  
B.B. King gone, it truly is a sad day. While I didn't like his style of blues I appreciate the impact he had on the blues and music in general, the man is a legend, right up there with Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, John Lee Hooker and Albert King. You'll be missed B.B.
#music   #blues  
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/16/arts/music/b-b-king-blues-singer-dies-at-89.html?smid=tw-nytimes&_r=1
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A good read on where things are at with the courts and the NSA
Associated Press historical news archive articles dating back to 1985
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"Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell served on a task force in the wake of the Snowden leaks that recommended ending NSA's bulk collection of phone records. In a new book, Morell calls Snowden's leak "the greatest compromise of classified information ever" that did "enormous" damage"

The NSA took the risks that lead to the "damage". If they stayed within their lanes and remained constitutionally unambiguous, the leaks would not have happened. They broke their toy. Not Snowden. 
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I woke up this morning to see this message in Telegram from my mom,, "Happy Nurse Week!"

With my blurry morning vision this is what I saw. 
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Digger the Barbarian LOL
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Blerg...

sitting out on the back porch and there's a mosquito floating around.

already...
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So much for spring...
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