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A great review.
Although Phishing for Phools was published only a few months ago, it has already attracted much attention, owing to the eminence of its authors, both Nobel Laureates; but it has been misunderstood. Reviewers have taken it to be just another popularization of behavioral economics.
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Good stuff, but your code sample on the await added functionality doesn't really match what you indicated. 

You wrote, "In those times we [do not] need to wait for that execution to be completed before going to next line of execution. So using the await keyword [the] execution will be asynchronous."

The await keyword makes the current thread pause and wait for the asynchronous method to complete, so in your example we absolutely will wait for the execution of LogManager.Write to be completed.  If you didn't want to wait for LogManager.Write to finish you would call the asynchronous method without the await keyword (but then you would have to explicitly handle any exceptions thrown by the method, possibly with ContinueWith or ConfigureAwait).

So, the new language addition is really only useful in an async method to call subordinate async methods.  If you were to just use it in synchronous code it would reduce the awaited method to synchronous processing (which can be useful as well).
The first release of the C# language was in 2002 and then in 2005 version 2 released. It gave us Generics. In 2007, the C# language gave us Linq features, including lambda expressions, implicit typing, a query syntax and var ...
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Thanks for the video.  Did the RP4CH11 come with the wiring harness or was that a separate purchase?  I have a 2006 300C, which should be wired very similar to yours.

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Looking into it a bit more, I couldn't find a latin currency that uses Treasurer at all, they use interventor or the longer phrase "Interventor de la com. nat. bancaria" (which loosely translated means the "person who make sure the national banks follow the rules").  This would be (in Amelia's case) "La Interventor" or just "Interventor".

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No words needed, just watch.
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Fantastic tour of the ISS!
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My 10-year old just loves your stuff (I like it too!).  Keep doing this kind of great stuff!

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This is very cool, but what's a "Dance Vine"?

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I finally get what "Court Edition" means.  The Kickstarter description was unclear to me.  I thought they were physically bigger cards.
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Not only do they often get our order wrong (check before you leave) they apparently hate "extra crispy," they almost always make me wait for it (don't have any cooked). I've paid several different prices for an order with modifications (like adding a breast or all dark meat to an eight piece), I never get complicated on them, I guess they trained me out of it. The new spicy chicken just gets a bath of sauce before serving, you're better off putting Frank's Red Hot on at home.
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I used to live close to them and ate their chicken all the time, it is excellent and the staff is very friendly. The guacamole and broccoli salad is also wonderful stuff. I wish I could get back more often than I do, but I'm now across town and can only get by occasionally.
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