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loving the cool breeze, current water cooling loop temperature: 22Deg C
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I just signed a petition @Avaaz to get the truth about #robocalls from #elxn41 -- #Canpoli. Join me
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The FBI take a page from Jeff Foxworthy's playbook

If you wear a book bag
-you might be a terrorist
If you pay with cash
-you might be a terrorist
If you use your camera
-you might be a terrorist
If you shield your computer screen for privacy at a cyber cafe
-you might be a terrorist
If you wear a Hoodie
-you might be a terrorist
If you don't like what your government is saying
-you ARE a terrorist
If you have an opinion different from your government
-you ARE a terrorist
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Remember when I got pissed that I had to turn my Kindle off for takeoff and landing, because the reasons are constantly changing and aren't based on science?

BAM:


>Gadgets are tested by monitoring the number of volts per meter coming off a device. The F.A.A. requires that before a plane can be approved as safe, it must be able to withstand up to 100 volts per meter of electrical interference.

>When EMT Labs put an Amazon Kindle through a number of tests, the company consistently found that this e-reader emitted less than 30 microvolts per meter when in use. That’s only 0.00003 of a volt.

>“The power coming off a Kindle is completely minuscule and can’t do anything to interfere with a plane,” said Jay Gandhi, chief executive of EMT Labs, after going over the results of the test. “It’s so low that it just isn’t sending out any real interference.”

>But one Kindle isn’t sending out a lot of electrical emissions. But surely a plane’s cabin with dozens or even hundreds will? That’s what both the F.A.A. and American Airlines asserted when I asked why pilots in the cockpit could use iPads, but the people back in coach could not. Yet that’s not right either.

>“Electromagnetic energy doesn’t add up like that. Five Kindles will not put off five times the energy that one Kindle would,” explained Kevin Bothmann, EMT Labs testing manager. “If it added up like that, people wouldn’t be able to go into offices, where there are dozens of computers, without wearing protective gear.”
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Computer & Desk Stretches (Approximately 4 Minutes)

Sitting at a computer for long periods often causes neck and shoulder stiffness and occasionally lower back pain. Do these stretches every hour or throughout the day, or whenever you feel stiff. Be sure to get up and walk around the office once in a while. You’ll feel better! 

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Harper Dictatorship Facts- Google any of these for the article sources to pop up.

☑ Stephen Harper called Canada a dictatorship, Google it.
☑ Stephen Harper renamed the Government of Canada after himself.
☑ Harper Government broke the law when dismantling Canadian Wheat Board
☑ Harper Government broke election laws
☑ Harper wants police to spy on ALL Canadians with no warrants
☑ Harper secretly allowed U.S troops full access into Canada.
☑ Harper secretly allowed U.S police full access into Canada.
☑ Harper Government Building $9 Million Barricades for Parliament Hill
☑ Contempt for Parliament, first time in Canadian history
☑ Harper Majority in Parliament
☑ Harper Majority in the senate
☑ Approx. $1 Billion spent for Harper's G20 3 day security summit
☑ Harper paid the RCMP $500 million at the G20 summit
☑ Harper's personal security costs $47 million in just under two years
☑ Harper government $2 million fake lake, and $9.4 million dollar G20 fence
☑ Largest mass violations of civil rights in Canadian history at Harper's G20
☑ Harper's Omnibus crime bill estimated to cost $19 billion
☑ $29 Billion contract for Lockheed Martin new F-35 jets
☑ Canadian census contracted to Lockheed Martin for $81 million
☑ Harper spending $35-billion for new ships
☑ $9 Billion for New super Jails when crime rates are the lowest in 27 years
☑ Canadian loss of Sovereignty in secret border deal with US
☑ Prorogued Parliament (twice shut down parliament in face of opposition)
☑ Renamed the Government of Canada as "The Harper Government"
☑ Harper government illegal $50 Million dollar "G8 Legacy fund"
☑ Harper Government hires $90,000-a-day 'cuts' consultant firm
☑ Harper government covered up afghan torture
☑ Harper adviser Tom Flanagan called for the assassination of Julian Assange
☑ Harper adviser Bruce Carson fraud x5/prostitute scandal/Native water contracts
☑ Harper adviser huge segal, a senator wants to erode Canada into a
"North American community" giving control to private bankers and corporations.
☑ Harper spent $23 million on a media centre for the G8 leaders 3 day summit.
☑ Federal spending up 22% since Harper took power
☑ Harper spending $28 million for the War of 1812-1814 commemoration
☑ $226M in proposed veterans cuts by the Harper Government
☑ The Harper government dropped more than $10 million on news conferences over the past five years
☑ Harper cuts over $200 million in environment spending
☑ Harper defends asbestos exports despite cancer risks
☑ "Ordinary folks don't care about arts": Harper
☑ "People don't care about Afghan detainee issue": Harper
☑ "Canadian people don't care about contempt" :Harper
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For the last 100 years or so, the only information people had to go on in respect to government activities/world news has been radio & print media that was (and still is) governed by the politics of the owners. This generation has the opportunity to grow up in an age where the internet can supply them with dozens of points of view on any topic which will allow them to make up their own minds as to what they think is right and/or wrong.

This is Anonymous' "light at the end of the tunnel". A new age of citizens that cannot be controlled by mass media unless they want to be controlled.


Time to shake 'em up & wake 'em up.
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