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Jason Reynolds
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I will never look at a goldfish cracker the same way again, but don't get me wrong I will still eat them.
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Happy Valentine's Day 
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Here is another Christmas video to get you in the festive spirit
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This video has everything Bob Dylan, an accordion, and a guy jumping out a window best Christmas video ever
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Is it medias fault that there is an increase in people fearing and hating Muslims. I think they are at least partially responsible in the fact that almost every terrorist attack made by extremist are report as Muslims perpetrating the attack there is usually no mention that these are extremist groups with little to no connection to the main stream Muslim religion.

Throughout the last decade there has been some horrible attacks made by christian extremist groups:   Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church shooting, July 27, 2008; The murder of Dr. George Tiller, May 31, 2009; Suicide attack on IRS building in Austin, Texas, Feb. 18, 2010; Wisconsin Sikh Temple massacre, Aug. 5, 2012. In all three of these cases most media outlets described these people or groups as extremist, but in most attacks made by Muslim extremist there is little to no mention as to the fact that they are extremist. I have even seen articles explaining how these groups are link to more main stream Muslim groups with little explanation on what makes these groups so different.
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I would recommend anyone who is against his argument to go watch Last Week Tonights episode on this. Though there is comedic intent, there is real merit to what he is saying there.
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This is about right
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I think that is the funniest thing .....LMAO. A man with a sense of humour:)
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I don't know if this is wrong or just really funny or both, but I laughed throughout the whole thing
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And this one is for the people who love Christmas a little too much
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I am having an issue with tabbed panels. I have set up a tabbed panel that you can add more panels to this works fine. You can also remove the panels and this works fine. My problem is coming in when I write to a text field or text area on the individual panels. I store the panels in a list and I reference the tabbed index to get the corresponding panel from the list. The problem is the thread I am using continuously writes to the text area which it is suppose to do, but if I switch to a different tab it starts updating the text areas in that panel which it is not suppose to do.

Basically my question comes down to how should I reference the list to update the text areas so that only the one text area gets updated even if i switch tabs.
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Do you need the "hidden" panels/tabs to update, too?

If not, you might be able to "lock" and "unlock" them using a ChangeListener. The JTabbedPane fires ChangeEvents when the tab is changed, and you can get the index of the now-active tab from the JTabbedPane. If you can get that number into your update-things-thread, you should be fine...
Only the Event Dispatcher Thread in Swing is supposed to interact with the GUI, though (at least, that's what the Java folks write in their tutorials)...
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I am having an issue with tabbed panels. I have set up a tabbed panel that you can add more panels to this works fine. You can also remove the panels and this works fine. My problem is coming in when I write to a text field or text area on the individual panels. I store the panels in a list and I reference the tabbed index to get the corresponding panel from the list. The problem is the thread I am using continuously writes to the text area which it is suppose to do, but if I switch to a different tab it starts updating the text areas in that panel which it is not suppose to do.

Basically my question comes down to how should I reference the list to update the text areas so that only the one text area gets updated even if i switch tabs.
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Store the textarea which should be the output receiver in an extra variable and directly write to that.
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I was just catching up on the show as I am a couple of episodes behind I was wondering does anyone else think that the planet was ego.
Thor #132-133, Thor #161, Thor #227-228, Fantastic Four #234-235, Rom #69, Silver Surfer #4, Silver Surfer #22, Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet 1-shot, Maximum Security limited series #1-3, Became new HQ for the Nova Corps (Nova #20-21, 2009); Expelled Nova Corps from its being and seeks ...
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I also thought maybe Nightmare?
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I am having an issue with a program I am writing I know what the issue is, but I can not seem to get around it.

The issue is screen flicker in the text area. I am continuously writing lines to the text area from a thread using append and replace, I know that neither of these are thread safe which causes the screen flicker. The issue is if I use them from the event handler for the button the button never releases so no other action can be taken. I am sure there is a simple solution to this problem and was wondering if someone would be willing to help. I included a link to the entire code below and you can leave comments here or one the page with the code. 

Word of warning though I am not a programmer so some of methods I used might not be the best way to do what I did. With that being said if you feel like commenting on ways to help make this program work better I am willing to listen. The only thing is this needs to work in a java 1.6.0 environment. 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2L7SuLEXdQrY3JmVm5DOV9QaUkwTWVJRjh0aWd3QjFhdUdR/view?usp=sharing
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  • Springleaf Financial Services
    Network technician, 2014 - present
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    Computer Information System, 2011 - 2014
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