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This is what piss poor management does.  Thanks, +Google+ +Google Chrome !  Awesome work, as usual!  You guys are reaching a new low in quality control.  I'm angry because you've made so much money off of me over the years and I lost tremendous data that I apparently can't recover.  Thanks so much for issuing shit automatic updates with no adequate testing.

I should be asleep for work but I'm stuck trying to fix this huge problem with my computer - that can't be fixed.  I've tried all of the troubleshooting methods.  This is simply your fault.

Hey, +Microsoft Corporation !  You paying attention?  This is why mandatory automatic updates are bad!  Loss of quality control and useless support.  It's bad business and bad for the consumer.  Stop it!  Remove Windows 10 Home Edition permission restrictions that force automatic updates on us or you'll just end up like Google, a freaking mess.  It doesn't work.  Back off.
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She's not crazy. She's just an idiot. This is a perfect example of dangerously poor logic and ignorance, and modern society made her that way because idiocy is longer considered a legitimate disqualifier when choosing a mate to reproduce with. If one doesn't give imbeciles a chance, they are relegated to shallow, arrogant pricks. She's all our fault.
 
....why the number of atheists grows daily...
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Definition of "stupid": "a person whose behavior is disadvantageous for himself and the others"
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Hate it all you want, these are facts. Now women are pointing out. It's so serious a problem that the fairer sex has to identify it since you bullheaded twats won't listen to fellow men. Maybe there should be a social experiment performed that has women sexually harassing and assaulting men in public, in front of their lovers, and seeing what happens when the advances become overtly physical. See how quickly he'll feel threatened and become violently aggressive, when he'll feel the need to defend himself from this seemingly perverted woman who doesn't know that no means no.

Class isn't weakness, and that fear was taught. We, as human beings, tend to teach our little girls to play weak from day one - and have done so for almost 6000 years. It's time for it to stop so that our societies can mature.
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"Blacks are very violent people and kill each other at alarming rates."

That's racist and not grounded in fact at all. History combined with statistics show that blacks are no more violent than other ethnic groups. What you ave are circumstance, marginalization and compartmentalization, unrest, and antagonizers from the outside. You also have loads of hypocrisy and straight up betrayal dealt by those we're constantly told to trust. Expecting long lasting naïveté spawn by hapless idealism is foolhardy.

"Stop viewing everything through a racial lens! You're the real racist! You're perpetuating the hatred. Get over it and move on already!"

^The first person is the antagonist actual race baiter. The response is a counter argument. The antagonist said something racist and was addressed as such. This is institutionalized racism; the idea that supposing something unfounded based on superstition, media sensationalism, and stereotyping is fact over slanderous / libelous prejudice. This is also anti-scientific and anti-intellectuals loaded with confirmation bias and refusal to acknowledge or view materials that debunk the antagonist's personal view. This is racism.



"What are you doing?"

I'm designing a game. I'm writing up plans, designing assets, and learning to code.

"Man, you don't stop that shit!"

Why? I'm being productive. I have really good ideas and want to be taken seriously.

"Bruh, stop acting white. You're probably not going to succeed because that's white people work. How many brothas you see doing that shit? Give it up and come play ball."

^THIS is viewing something through a racial lens. This antagonist is equating something that has next to no racial importance to standard racial roles in the society. "You can't do that because we don't do that, they do that. We do this." This logical fallacy stems from and Us and Them prejudice grounded in stereotypes. Social roles based on race exacerbate this issue. If you want this type of behavior to end, stop forcing those people out of markets, neighborhoods, school, work, grace, and their homes.


The more you take, the worse it gets. Be fare or begone. We all must share this place. If you don't want to play nicely, prepare for the consequences - and expect them to become more severe.


Prediction: Some ignorant, arrogant ass is going to attack this post because they don't like the truth of it. The truth upsets them because it pops their bubble. I won't argue. I'll just laugh.
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Some screenshots of the new #Mirrativ app in 24 hour access mode for this weekend. This app is gorgeously Material. You should definitely check it out.
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+Yodi Collins I sure will
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Mirrativ BETA, A Short Review


I downloaded and signed up for Mirrativ, a new social streaming app that is currently exclusive to Android. I caught it while scrolling through +Android Authority​​'s feed here. I was asked to give it a quick rundown, so here goes.

For a beta, you really can't not be surprised at the quality of this app so far. I have a new Galaxy S6 that is already fully supported. It has a very nice and smooth Material Design intro, and the menus are clean and very Material as well. Unlike the new YouTube app update, Mirrativ keeps the left side drawer that we've come to know, and many of us have come to love.

This is a bright and active app. You have very nice whites and pastel greens. You also get to see thumbnails of what's currently going on in the network. You have 3 tabs that serve to help you navigate and find new broadcasters as well.

It's not without some hangups, however. The app has strict time restrictions in place currently. You're given a message that invites you to follow them on Twitter for live updates of when you'll be allowed to broadcast and stream again. They went with hours of availability as their system for testing. Well, for free, I don't mind that. It was just a bit abrupt and unexpected.

Still, expect a pretty non intrusive and glass like interface to enjoy while broadcasting your screen. Be sure to also have yourself dressed to impress, as your front shooter is sure to come on and show off your smile for your viewers. The interface itself is made of useful widgets that you can freely move without even long pressing. You are given a short messaging system for viewers who can't hear you on your mic, a settings key, and a resizable mirror view that you can turn off at your discretion.

Once you are queued, the app is hidden and you are returned to your homescreen with some company. You can start with the 'record button' like widget normally stationed at the bottom of the screen, and stop with that same widget. This is also where you'll find the aforementioned widgets for the first time, just to be clear. After ending your broadcast, you're quickly transitioned back into the full on app.

I noticed no overheating, no abnormal power consumption, no juddering or dropped frames, no bugs whatsoever, honestly. Of course, take that with a grain of salt, as each user's experience is unique, as are their device setups. So far, this one's a keeper and in its infancy. Jump on while there's enough room to build your popularity - if you're into that kind of thing - or just to become well acquainted with the early adopters before they become big stars.

Keep it locked to my feed for more cool new app reviews. Don't forget to comment, plus, reshare, and circle.



PSA: If enough attention and support are received, I will consider starting a pure tech blog where I'll review as many new things as I can get my hands on.
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+Yodi Collins​ Fixed bad autocorrects and added some contextual enhancements. This is a better reshare, and in final publishable condition.
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I have a friend who identifies as gay but he declared that he does still likes women. I found this puzzling at first...then it clicked. I get it now. Even as individuals, we're awfully complicated creatures. We need to accept that.

Why don't we spend money on art anymore? This is especially true for music. Somehow we demand that all are paid for their work but many of feel that a person's music, their work and passion, belongs to everyone, and that requesting or expecting payment is unfair and without justification. This is baffling.

Why is it that the music and cinema industries are charged with the challenge of employing people who work for free? Not only is this not fair, it's also not cheap. This work costs loads of money to even do. So many people are pulling while so few are pushing precious funds into the pockets of those who truly work for it.

I can understand avoiding bad products. I understand boycotting jerks. I understand demanding lower prices and making up the difference in volume. What I don't understand is how people, Americans especially, so readily justify stealing the products of such work. This angers me.

Punish those who you take issue with. Don't like Kanye West and hate that he makes so much money? Don't buy from him. Don't then turn around and boycott me until I give you my music for free, demand more when I have no earnings from my music to fund the costs of producing it, then degrade me for what I cannot do as a consequence of that. I had a friend identify everything that I wasn't doing. These were things that I couldn't do. At my level of popularity, it costs money to perform. Venues don't give us slots for free. How can I be expected to perform when I don't make money? Radio costs money too. They make their money from placement. You have to buy airtime just like advertisers do. They also have to pay sizable licensing fees based on their popularity and various other operating costs.

Most good engineers I've ever known won't work for free. I have to take time out of my career in music, loads of it, to go to work. So when my music slows down, this is why. But you punish us for that as well, boycotting us. You unfollow, stop discussing us, remove our music from your playlists, stop requesting our music on the radio, and stop talking to us entirely. But you'll support someone who does things you don't like to earn money to support their care in music - and most of those people aren't even any good.

How many IP thieves do you support? How many robbers do you support? How many drug dealers do you support? How many wealthy people who lie about impoverished backgrounds do you support? How many jerks do you support? Big Pun was a woman beater. Famous. Jeezy and Gucci Mane were notorious drug dealers. Famous. Iggy steals lyrics from other artists. Famous. Beanie Segal was a stick up kid. Famous. Boosie hired assassins to kill debtees. Famous. Notice a trend? I can air out celebrities outside of Hip Hop, outside of music even, all day and still make no impact.

We are complex lifeforms. We're also mostly hypocrites. Let that sink in.
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So many relationships fail because so many people cheat. Why aren't there more poly people then?



























































Oh, aversions to free thought and maturity, dependency on superficial religious constructs, and outright xenophobia with no justifiable evidence backing it. Makes sense. Don't mind me. Forgive me for applying science and logic to your life.
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+Cyrus Brooks I just now caught the sarcastic and cynical context in which you made that statement lol You're right too. People need to be more open minded and experimental with their interactions with others.
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She's on a roll with this one.
 
No hate here, none for men either, just a disdain for the wrong type of socialization that has led to a nation fueled by patriarchy, violence, and rape. 
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Can we stop the madness now? Let's accept the fact that competing with one another is actually making these occurrences easier for the attackers.
 
Malware infecting jailbroken iPhones stole 225,000 Apple account logins http://bit.ly/1NJgeIh   #KeyRaider   
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the type of stuff I do is in file association protocol.  I have used digital formatting almost entirely in my life.  I already had a boat load of conflicts with digital conversions so I never jail broke my iOS gear.  Cydia is the jailbroken OS correct?  As I understand it Cydia is basically the derivative of two companies; Oracle Sun System's "Java Script" and Adobe Creative Suite.  These companies are not the major overhead business dealers like Apple they work by a supply demand model which has a high turn around.  Some programmers use these softwares because the subscribe to them with a fee and some use them because they are the inherited creators of the platforms.  Stocks are down, the need for info tech is highest in the fall so the operating system folds in on itself and wormholes out the back of everyone's submissions with whatever had the highest ratings.  It is a ratings program, Cydia, where developers try to shareware but do so in plain sight of the much larger predator of manufacturer's goliath securities.   
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I want this. Well, more like I want the entire kit. But you get my drift. I successfully quit the cancer sticks 4.5 months ago. I'm ready for a stronger mod that results in fewer hits throughout my day. My throat and lungs haven't felt this good in so long that I almost forgot the feeling. Breathing has become so easy. I wish I could crowdfund this so that I can get the entire it but I'll have to just focus on buying it one piece at a time. Might be better that way. I guess we'll see.

Anyway, I love this site and what they have to offer. I also love their e-juice. I think the world of them and would refer them to anyone I know who is looking.
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+Holland Rhodes​ the distinguished gentleman happens to be the movie where I actually first heard anyone say "some bitch" instead of son of a bitch in that heavy red neck accent.
I love that movie.
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