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Can't open the browser. I installed a number of extensions, and one apparently screwed with the app. Here is what happen:

1. Was sent to a link I didn't ask for. Along with that malware was downloaded that insist on opening Yahoo Search, and which will not let me uninstall Chrome. The extensions for Chrome need to be checked, and those with malware need to be deleted.
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Do you support Net Neutrality because it'll make life fair on the Net, or because the big companies are being unfair?
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+Joseph Teller Late, I must confess, but for the most part the monopoly many cable companies have came about for technical reasons. The technology has changed, but corporations and city and county governments tend to be stodgy. Many of the customers get downright reactionary. For most people will not change unless they have to.
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Yes, I just wrote the last page for Mythus. However, I do have more stuff to write.
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Decided to do Mythus and DJ as a series of pages, because it seems that's how things work best.

It does mean I've got a ton of things to do before it's all in order.
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Barack Obama Is proof we can do without a president.
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No, that was what George Bush II showed us. He let his VP run the show.

But, I'm not here for your politics. Mine say that Obama is a typical feet-of-clay kind of guy, rather than someone who is truly progressive and willing to act decisively.

He has been no more or less effective than so many others who have had the job. Straddled by an opposition that is filled with hatred for his heritage rather than his actual policies (but who claim otherwise until you press them on it or catch them 'off the record'), he furthered his weakness in office by trying to compromise with them.
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If you hate work, creation is not for you.
Got Stuff of Learn In this case, the speed factors for the various tools used, and things done, in Dangerous Journeys. I'm not going to re-memorize things, but re-learn them. Learning lasts longer....
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Net Neutrality: Government justification for useless and unnecessary regulation. 
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+Joseph Teller Was it done to do something, or to give the appearance of doing something?

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Net Neutrality: Socialism for nerds.
And more news to show that the world is not all bad... Net Neutrality wins another battle.

What is annoying though is that the vote fell along partisan lines.  This is not a partisan issue.  When monopolies abuse their power and overreach at the expense of the consumer, and the market fails to correct it... there is no other option but for the government to step in. That is what they are there for.
The FCC voted today to change the way it regulates internet providers in the United States. Net Neutrality advocates say it's a major victory for the internet.
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What would your players do if the troglodyte had special deals just for them?
Continuing to explore the River Kingdoms in 5th edition using the Pathfinder Adventure Path Kingmaker
I am continuing to enjoy Kingmaker. Rivers Run Red continues a bit of the wilderness exploration, continuing in the same region as the first book. This allows the players a home base of operations and a sense of what the Rive...
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+Bill Collins Living they are better conversationalists.
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More on Magick in Mythus, plus extra news:

13 more days till I get the laptop.

And then, my bank said I might be able to get a credit card through them. So if that's true, I'll be getting a MacBook Pro in a month or so. (And pay rent deposit and application fee and first month's rent using my card.)
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