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Robert Pearce
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Attended Conway High School
Lives in Livermore, CA
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This Memorial Day I think it's important to remember what our soldiers died for. I know I joined because I believed we all have a duty to protect our freedoms and way of life. Most importantly perhaps, is the freedom to practice (or not) our own religion as long as we don't impose those beliefs on others.

Forcing someones idea of "God" and what those beliefs entail onto everyone else is a violation of those very freedoms we claim to hold so dear. Religion should be taught at home and in whatever church you attend and should not be brought into public schools or our government. Much less reproductive issues.
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+jill waterman Nope, not bored and didn't talk to Mom.

And I don't believe anyone ever joined the military out of fear.

Unless, of course, they were afraid of getting drafted and decided to join a branch they felt would increase their chances of survival.

There are lots of reasons for people to join. In peace time I believe most join for the benefits and/or to see the world (they do a good job selling those things). Or, maybe it was simply the best option at the time.

Those who joined in war time did so because they believed we either needed to defend either our way of life, had a moral responsibility to defend those who couldn't defend themselves, or were fighting against someone/s ideology they couldn't live with.

Everyone else was drafted.

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"Nicolas Cage movies are saving thousands of lives each year. "
Visualizing the unexpected correlations that surround us
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Well played, Algorithm. You win.

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What would your mother do?
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Seriously? Why do political insiders and lobbyist continue to be put into the very positions they've spent their careers undermining?

Who is going to advocate for us, the public?
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The key is small changes over time to maintain a sense of complacency amongst the populace. 

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Can't argue with that.
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Something to think about...
 
Had to share this from a private share. It's hilarious.
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How on earth do you mistake a 60-70 lb wolf for a 45 lb (tops) coyote?
Hunter mistook animal for a coyote and escapes being cited despite wolves being a protected species in the state, reports Mongabay
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Hillbillies

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Me too!
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I'll just leave this here...
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I have to keep reminding myself that you can't reason with insanity...
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Must be why we never agree.

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Make same sex divorce illegal?

OMG I laughed so hard!
with President Barack Obama, Zach Galifianakis, Scott Aukerman, Funny Or Die, Between Two Ferns
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I like your page. You appear, like the other Robert Pearce I am trying to locate, to have your head on straight politically. I see you are in California. I used to live their many years ago, keep on bro,!

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So, it turns out that I wasn't lying to my son when I told him not to swallow his bubble gum...
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  • Conway High School
    1977 - 1982
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Still coming to terms with needing glasses... Getting old sucks. =\
Introduction
Successfully transitioned from a tiny little town in Missouri to the Silicon Valley where I have been the PR guy (among many other things) for Corsair since 1/1/2001.

What a long strange trip it's been...
Bragging rights
I'm not sure this is worth bragging about but I've spent 200+ hours in Skyrim so far...
Work
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Manager, R&D Validation
Employment
  • Corsair
    Manager, R&D Validation, 2001 - present
    I'm in charge of making sure that all of our products align with MRD and customer expectations.
  • Atipa Linux Solutions
    Technical Sales and marketing, 1998 - 2000
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Livermore, CA
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Fremont, CA - Conway, MO - Liberty, MO - Joplin, MO - Springfield, MO - San Leandro, CA - Bakersfield, CA - Union City, CA
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Best barber shop in the East Bay.
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reviewed 2 years ago
Stopped in for lunch and WiFi. Chicken burrito and Chiquita Chicken Melt sandwich were excellent, fresh brewed iced tea and fresh squeezed lemonade topped off a perfect lunch on the patio. =)
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Good taken, great service, hole in the wall. Will be coming back.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Excellent
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I've been going to Yuki for over 10 years now (they didn't start at this location). The food has always been awesome, hands down the best fresh sushi (read nigiri and sashimi) I've had in this area or pretty much anywhere else for that matter. Where they fall short is on the service side. They're very busy and the waiters are always rushing back and forth but you usually have to ask to get your tea refilled and orders frequently don't arrive at the same time (or even close together). I'm a die hard fan of the food though and will continue to go but I do wish they'd hire more help for the floor, even if it's temp to get through the busy periods.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Good
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