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Just bought a new 2014 Yamaha Stratoliner S and when it arrives this will be one of my first rides. I grew up in Colorado and we did family road trips down this road. Another definition of the name is of the million dollar views along the way. ;) 
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Hmmm... Need to really read the ingredients. 
KUALA LUMPUR, May 24: Two types of Cadbury milk chocolate have been tested positive for porcine DNA, which means they contain non-halal elements. Health Ministry director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the ministry had tested these chocolates after rumours spread on social media on May 23 that it had contained porcine DNA. “There were analysis …
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Whoops! Pork flavoured chocolate?! No thanks!😨
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With password-based authentication so prevalent online these days, you may need or already use some sort of password management tool. There are various online or offline services or software tools for that matter, and they vary in terms of their sophistication, user interface or target environments (e.g., enterprises or end users). For end users, there …Continue reading...
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"The ACLU argued before the supreme court that the Fisa Amendments Act – one of the two main laws used by the NSA to conduct mass surveillance – was unconstitutional."

"In a sharply divided opinion, the supreme court ruled, 5-4, that the case should be dismissed because the plaintiffs didn't have "standing" – in other words, that the ACLU couldn't prove with near-certainty that their clients, which included journalists and human rights advocates, were targets of surveillance, so they couldn't challenge the law. As the New York Times noted this week, the court relied on two claims by the Justice Department to support their ruling: 1) that the NSA would only get the content of Americans' communications without a warrant when they are targeting a foreigner abroad for surveillance, and 2) that the Justice Department would notify criminal defendants who have been spied on under the Fisa Amendments Act, so there exists some way to challenge the law in court."

"It turns out that neither of those statements were true."
Trevor Timm: A web of deception has finally been untangled: the Justice Department got the US supreme court to dismiss a case that could have curtailed the NSA's dragnet. Why?
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The institutions of democracy and sovereignty exist in tension with another powerful institution: the global market and its free trade regimes. (Photo: StopFastTrack / Flickr)The United States is not really a democracy. That's the (simplified) conclusion of a recent study from Princeton ...
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Eat organic. 
A new study finds worrisome levels of Roundup inside of a go-to food ingredient.
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The recent anti-halal hysteria has nothing to do with the welfare of animals. It's just good old-fashioned Islamophobia. This is not to say that some people don't have sincere concerns about the way in which animals are slaughtered: they do. But these are not the people now jumping on the anti-halal bandwagon.
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Practice doesn't match their philosophy. Provided valid insurance information, which other providers accept, they required a physical card as they were too busy. Was turned away from seeing a physician. No flexibility in managing care. They may have good care from the physicians but if you can't get past the admin side of things.....
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