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Remember this Attachmateers?
#remlingerfarms #1991 #attachmate
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Just forget about all those public service ads that tell you to call 911 at the first symptoms of heart attack or stroke.  The cops advise otherwise.
Mingo, WV -- Last week, Jerry Maynard of Mingo County was assaulted by a police officer after he called 911 for help because he thought he may have been having a heart attack. The police officer who responded to the call can be seen on surveillance video violently pushing the man to the ground, and…
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NEW YORK—Considering how these days the government in this country coddles its citizens from the cradle to the grave, an 11-year-old boy currently homeless on the streets of New York must be unaware he lives in a nanny state, reports confirmed this ...
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Texas. You can't vote there if you're a student either, student IDs are not accepted. Because, well, you know how students lean politically. This kind of thing is one of the reasons YOU need to get out and vote, NOW. Elections have been gerrymandered and rigged across the country, and it will take an overwhelming turnout to counteract this crime. http://www.alan.com/2014/10/27/93-year-old-veteran-denied-the-right-to-vote-because-of-texas-id-law/
Early voting has been underway to nearly a week in Texas, and election judge William Parsley said on Sunday he has seen just one voter turned away at his polling location. At the Metropolitan Multi...
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Spot on.
 
It can't be any clearer...‪#‎Vote‬ 2014   #Rock  the Vote!
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This trailer really is beautiful.  It makes me want to see the film again.  Pro tip: view full-screen, in HD, volume up.
Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey is just about to enjoy a digitally restored limited U.K. theatrical release. And to celebrate, here's a lovely new trailer. The sci-fi classic, released in...
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Surprised? Police Union Rejecting New Technology that Tracks Cops’ Driving ~ Read more: http://bit.ly/1tY0A15
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Fantastic photo.  Definitely Pulitzer material. :-)

#mitchmcconnell #politics #voting #photooftheday  
[su_r_sky_ad]Submitted for the Pulitzer jury\'s consideration: Getty Images photojournalist Aaron Bernstein has captured the moment Senate Minority Leader M
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Do it now!
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A nice article from Lewis Lapham, himself in Old Master territory.
After 80, some people don’t retire. They reign.
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Pulling back the social-media curtain a bit: http://www.wired.com/2014/10/content-moderation/  I didn't know that there were such moderators for the major services.  But that would explain why FB/G+ are so spotlessly clean.  I assumed that user-moderation explained this, but come to think of it self-policing doesn't work on other sites.  Like good American businesses, these mega-corps are exporting their psychological trauma to developing countries and paying the native workers micro-salaries for enduring it.
Inside the soul-crushing world of content moderation, where low-wage laborers soak up the worst of humanity, and keep it off your Facebook feed.
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These guys are great.  There's a video on youtube of one or both of them explaining the federal budget and how it's allocated in simple, easy to understand terms.  Summary: spending on domestic infrastructure and social services is not what's creating our deficits.
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  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
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  • Seattle University
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I recently hired C&B to replace the top on my Miata and I couldn't be happier with their work and with their customer service. The staff was very friendly and easy to work with. Their estimate was reasonable and close to the final price. They worked with my insurance company effectively to apportion the final costs between us. Good work, low stress, reasonable prices, what's not to like?
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
A buddy and I went there at around 9PM on a Saturday night. Parking at the top of the garage was easy and free. The pub was completely dead - we were the only ones in there! We were told that the place is packed for lunch and with the after-work crowd which I completely believe since it's near the heart of the South Lake Union tech revival. The kitchen was closed so we only got beer. They have a first-rate collection of taps, and our bartender, Casey, was one of the most knowledgeable beer geeks I've met. He stuck with us and we got a free master class on brewing and the current state of the kingdom of beers. I can't speak for the food or the normal service levels, but any beer nerd will have his/her credentials revoked for missing the Wurst Place.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I bought a set of four tires at Tire Rack and had them shipped to this facility for installation. They have a "preferred installer" arrangement with Tire Rack and give an installation discount for TR customers. The price was reasonable. Despite having an appointment I had to wait 1.5 hours for the work to be done. In reality it was probably done sooner, but nobody spoke to me to let me know, I only noticed my car was back in the lot because I got up to stretch my legs. One thing that I didn't appreciate was the attempt to "upsell" me on an alignment when I first arrived. From overheard conversations in the waiting area I got the impression that there was a lot of upselling going on. The shop did a reasonable job for the $ but the only reason I'd go back there would be if I bought another set of TR tires that needed installation. You could certainly do worse than use this shop but I wouldn't go out of my way to use it either.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I enjoyed my visit to the museum. Note that to get to the museum entrance you have to enter the building's huge courtyard area. It's at ground-level, no stairs. The entrance is *not* the outside street entrance with the steep stairs and revolving doors. I enjoyed my visit. As an English-only reader, I understood maybe 1/3 of the displays. There are many, many exhibits of documents and news-clippings and related materials on wall displays that I'm sure would be fascinating to someone who reads German. But if you don't, you can often still get the gist, and there are still the 1/3 of the displays that are translated. I can't blame the museum, there's simply too much to translate and it's in a format that's not conducive to translation, lengthy newspaper articles for example. Whatever you do, make sure to take a guided tour, as the guide will fill in a lot of the backstory behind the exhibits as well as help you to understand the SED and the ways and means of the Statsi. The English-speaking tour guide was outstanding at bringing the exhibits to life.
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Appeal: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This was my first time at a Wegmans. I'm traveling through and needed a few things so stopped in around 7:30pm on a Sunday. Having read how good their subs are, I went to the deli where I was the only customer, and there was treated to a super-sized helping of condescension from an employee who had formerly been just standing around, watching the clock I imagine. I'm SO SORRY that I didn't know how to order a Wegman's sub Ma'am. "Do you have jalepenos?" Exasperated look - no. "How many meats choices? Exasperated look - three. "Pepper jack?" No look at all. No cheer at the check-out stand either. Maybe this is a New York attitude thing? This is a beautiful store, it reminds me of a Whole Foods, albeit one with an almost irresistible bulk candy aisle.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago