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And it wasn't even #caturday. 
In a case of canine/feline role reversal, seven pit bulls were set upon by an aggressive cat Monday night — sending a dog and an owner for medical treatment.
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Oh Hai +Talks at Google !
What are the chances that you could use your Google speech to text capabilities to do transcripts of your talks? Maybe with time annotations too?
'kthxbai.
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Aw hell Mo!
Where were you six months ago when people could have done something about this by voting for Bernie?

" ... The Republicans have their candidate: It’s Hillary.
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The erstwhile Goldwater Girl and Goldman Sachs busker can be counted on to do the normal political things, not the abnormal haywire things. ..."

Ah well she's there,
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/07/opinion/sunday/hillary-battles-bernie-sanders-chick-magnet.html
but slamming Hill not boosting Bernie.
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I've said it ever since she start running. That woman is a Republican.
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#squirrelsaturday  
+Squirrel Saturday +Skippy Sheeskin 

I has peanut!
No sharezies.
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Dreamscapes (DeepDream scaled up to Operate on Multi-Hundred Megapixel Images)
GoogleTechTalks
Published on May 31, 2016
Google TechTalk, 5/23/16, Presented by Daniel Ambrosi, Joseph Smarr , and Chris Lamb
ABSTRACT (from the talk announcement): Come see digital artist Dan Ambrosi's stunning 8' x 16' (feet!) backlit "Dreamscapes" (multi-hundred megapixel 2D-stitched HDR landscapes with Google's DeepDream code applied in novel artistic ways). Hear from Dan, Google SWE Joseph Smarr and NVIDIA senior director Chris Lamb about the technical challenges we had to overcome to create them.

SPEAKER INFO: Daniel Ambrosi is based in Half Moon Bay, California. Dan has been experimenting with novel methods of visual presentation since graduating from Cornell University in 1984 (Bachelor of Architecture & Master of Science in 3D Graphics; Cornell National Scholar & Eschweiler Prize Recipient). He began his career in architecture and transitioned to high tech marketing in 1994. He has been an independent marketing consultant since 2003 and a published artist since 2011.
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#rustysunday  
+RustySunday with +Gary Posner 

The Utility of Rust
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Some nice rusty surfaces that you'd probably not want to touch especially on +RustySunday - thanks for sharing with us +Don Denesiuk 
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Offensive?
Yes.
Are many truths told?
Yes.
Five stars.

Also on Netflix.
https://www.netflix.com/title/80108759
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A Sceptical cat.
Introduction
Tech, Space, Science Geek,  Aspiring amateur photographer, Evangelical Tauist.

Curator of;
+Neil deGrasse Tyson Fan Club
+The Elon Musk Fan Club
+ Carolyn Porco Fan Page

Sufferer of Cliff Claven syndrome related to Tourette Syndrome only I have the uncontrollable urge to respond to questions I am not qualified to answer.
You have been warned! ;)

I recently (end of May 2012) reacquired the photography bug. I used to dabble about 30 years ago with my Pentax shooting Kodachrome 64 mostly. Suffice it to say closing the feedback loop is difficult when shooting and seeing the result are weeks apart.  The technology and relative economy of digital photography has revolutionized that.
I also thank Trey Ratcliff and all the amazing photographers I have found on Google plus over the past year for the inspiration.


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Bragging rights
Pointed out to Tony Clement he was no Statistician on Twitter. http://www2.macleans.ca/2010/07/24/no-fun-with-numbers/ . https://twitter.com/TonyclementCPC/status/17903785632
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Service Support Technician
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Electronics technician specializing in Theatrical technology including moving lights, lighting consoles,etc, audio systems including RF
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Harbles, Disco_Pete, Bosun Higgs
Don Denesiuk's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Shh - There's a Space Commerce Meeting in DC This Week. - NASA Watch
nasawatch.com

Keith's note: The annual FAA Commercial Space Transportation Conference is being held in Washington, DC this week. Unlike the past several m

Some high-minded hopes for Canada’s legal weed future
www.theglobeandmail.com

Forget the Calgary airport, why not name a world-class weed after the man who made medical marijuana possible?

X New Tab Page(Extension)
chrome.google.com

X New Tab Page offers several features such as speed dial,cloud addition,and cloud backup to enhance the original New Tab.

A man and his bear walk into a bar...
www.theglobeandmail.com

This man, let’s call him Stephen Harper, manages to grab much of the bar’s attention with his bear, much to the dismay of patrons who want t

Top 5 Libertarian Quotes From Billionaire Elon Musk
www.voicesofliberty.com

November 10, 2014 - Elon Musk may not be the only billionaire libertarian, but he's likely the most innovative. The dude founded Tesla Motor

Mr. Mansbridge, can you please narrate my life?
www.theglobeandmail.com

CBC anchor’s performance during the terrible shooting in Ottawa deserves praise

A guide to the ideas and words of Gamergate
www.theglobeandmail.com

Gaming culture is a sometimes not-so-funhouse mirror of wider culture

From John Bell at CERN to Quantum Communication and Quantum Computation.
webcast.web.cern.ch

Bell's Theorem, discovered by him when he was working at CERN in the 1960s says that certain correlations between entangled quantum states v

The Burning Man Time-Lapse to End All Burning Man Time-Lapses
petapixel.com

Seven minutes. It's not often we run across a time-lapse that lasts seven minutes, and even less often we actually watch the whole thing, sl

Jets at the Island Airport: the pungent aroma of polling bullshit | Warr...
warrenkinsella.com

Yesterday, the National Post published a story headlined "Two-thirds of Torontonians support Bombardier jets at Island Airport." But when I

Parkdale - High Park - Ontario Votes 2014 - CBC News
www.cbc.ca

Riding profile. riding map. This southwest Toronto riding includes mansions along the Humber River and boarding houses for former psychiatri

SpaceX launch makes large stride toward re-use
www.wacotrib.com

The past two days have been very, very good for SpaceX.

News outlets, companies try to pull a fast one on April Fool's Day
www.cp24.com

They say it’s wise to be skeptical of almost everything you see or read on the Internet these days. That couldn’t be truer than on April 1.

QUOTED: Toronto doctor Danielle Martin, after being asked if she knows h...
www.torontolife.com

"I don't, sir, but I know there are 45,000 in America who die waiting because they don't have insurance at all." -Danielle Martin, vice pres

A hockey joke can destabilize Eastern Europe?
www.theglobeandmail.com

Jason MacDonald, the PM’s communications director, explains why the Liberals and NDP were not included in the Canadian delegation to Ukraine

My invisible friend
backreaction.blogspot.com

Here's what I did on the weekend. As you can see the video quality is still pretty crappy for reasons I can't figure out. Obviously I'm doin

New Zealand M6.2 earthquake
ontario-geofish.blogspot.com

I was attracted to this earthquake since it is such a classic 'normal' earthquake. Note the beautiful 'beachball' showing extension. Using m

Cover Story: Barry Blitt’s “Playing in Traffic”
www.newyorker.com

Barry Blitt penned “Playing in Traffic,” of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, for next week’s cover.

A great company with a long tradition of supplying hard to find as well as more mundane items. Great customer service and surprisingly affordable. But .. They need to drag their web site into the 21st century. The catalog has been around for decades and it was state of the art then but today I think it holds them back from getting a lot of business because it is such a chore to find things. I'm sure this is not news to the folks who work there. Please upper management, do the right thing. I hope they do it soon.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Closed long ago. -Sort of a hole in the wall at a fairly run down strip mall but very good eats at a reasonable price. It's fairly new so Google Street view does not have a picture of it. Jerk Chicken was very good. The small will fill you up fine, large for when you don't care about the diet and want to pig-out or share with a friend. Ox-Tail very tasty but as with ribs lots of bones. If you like Jamaican / Carribean food definitely try it.-
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Best Burger joint in the area. Slightly better than Five Guys IMHO but not as good as the old VJ's in Winnipeg ( across from the Train station). Home made style Onion Rings to die for.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
One of my favorite Chinese restaurants! Everything on the menu is good so don't agonize over choosing. Counter service only but they are usually pretty quick with five to ten minutes being a typical wait from order to eating.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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I had unfortunate experiences with the service department. Brought in a used Elantra with constantly discharging battery. One battery, alternator and $1000.00 later still discharging. I did my own trouble shooting to find that the radio was bad so 100 bucks for an Alpine and all is ticky boo now. For them not to be able to figure this out is inexcusable. I will never go there again.
Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Very GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
The best Shawarma I've found in the neighborhood. Nice people, clean place, very reasonable price and great food.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago