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Kevin Kennedy
The product of Marvin Gaye, the Kentucky Derby and Old Forester
The product of Marvin Gaye, the Kentucky Derby and Old Forester

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Go Crazy!

"If you want to know what to believe, find out what is the current consensus and turn it upside down; that way you won't necessarily be right but at least you won't inevitably be wrong. If, in addition, you hope for a hint as to what is right, listen to those whom society stigmatizes as abnormal. They've got something." ~ David Martin, June 1971

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I know I am late but I finally got around to watching this movie and I definitely wanted to share. Very inspiring and perhaps a model for changing the way we as citizens can make our government act and be accountable to us as opposed to big campaign contributors.

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This is really cool. I could stay on this thing for hours.
Ok, I am not kidding here, people...


Seriously. You'll thank me.

(shared on Twitter by +Brendan Haley )

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Regardless of how you feel about the war in Iraq, the troops returning home deserve our respect and thanks. It's a shame more parades like this are not happening all over the country. Much love to my hometown of St. Louis for doing this.

"There must be another way, if only because there has to be." -- Herb Caen, 1981

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"I think what technology is providing is important, even if it's painful to watch."
- Jesse Eisenberg #POY2011

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I don't think you actually need a chart to understand Google+ but I keep hearing from people that it is confusing. Whatever. For those of you encountering difficulty, hopefully this will help.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words so this small work I did should be very useful for understanding Google+ very fast. Feel free to share it to help every newbie and give me some feedback on the original post:

Background source: by +Gahan Raj
Other useful posts: #gvgpUseful

"No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear." ~ Edmund Burke

"Fear and Gain are great Perverters of Mankind, and where either prevails the Judgment is violated." ~ William Penn, 1693
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