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It's the wild, mostly solitary native bees that you should be most worried about -- not the honeybee.

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Honey bees will be fine. It's the other 3,999 species of bees in North America we need to worry about.
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DA Failed to Prosecute Cops in Death of Eric Garner But Not Failing to Prosecute Man Who Filmed It

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Useful sometimes, but that's a lot of work just to pick a couple of screws. Most of the times you can simply use tweezers...

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Damned Dangerous Cameras !!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Seriously? WTF?! Anyone else think cops either need to get their eyes examined or they need to come up with better excuses? This is the second person in 6 months to be arrested for recording or photographing Baton Rouge police.

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Baton Rouge Police on an apparent power trip, became upset at a local ABC affiliate reporter taking photos of the crime scene, so they arrested him.
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Indeed. Those things are really danger. They can capture images and expose true events...

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Just because you are providing a service to a website doesn’t mean you
should be roped into policing it.  That's why EFF has jumped into a
case involving a new site calling itself Grooveshark.
New York – The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged a federal court in an emergency hearing and a written filing this week to block the recording industry’s move to force Internet infrastructure companies into becoming copyright police with far-reaching restraining orders.
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The World Cup sponsors
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Qatar deaths graphic that's going round.

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Trade is a good thing; TPP is not. If you are against internet censorship speak out at StopTheSecrecy.net?src=fba
Trade is a good thing. But enabling companies to move $30/hour jobs to countries with $.60/hour wages so a few billionaires can pocket the difference is not trade.
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Over 14,000 websites block Congress in digital protest of Patriot Act stalemate

The Congress left town last weekend on a week-long vacation without settling on a replacement for the Patriot Act, which is set to expire Sunday at midnight, and now over 14,000 websites are blocking Congress’s access in protest, VentureBeat reports: http://tgcafe.it/1KD0TaF

The Patriot Act, specifically Section 215 in the Act, allows the National Security Agency broad authority to conduct bulk surveillance and collection of phone records.

The protesting sites, including Reddit, Yelp, and the Consumer Electronics Association — have added code to their sites that redirects any visitors from Internet protocol (IP) addresses at the House or Senate to a protest page. https://www.blackoutcongress.org/

The group also has a Twitter campaign going in which it invites people to send in “#ifeelnaked” photos (clothing optional), which are then posted under a banner saying:

“Congress should be ashamed of NSA mass spying. It’s like a strip search, online.”

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