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Lorne Thomas
Lives in Kaitaia New Zealand
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Putting the cream filling in and making coffee
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You can call me Sir, as in yes sir.
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A good attitude goes a long way, so spread it on thick and take lot's of pictures. I often quote myself. It adds spice to my conversation.
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As a mater of fact I was the 2006 Time Magazine Person of the Year, pretty cool right? I know that you believe that you understood what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.
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O.k. I would give this a spin.
Whelp, it looks like yet another smartphone manufacturer has jumped head-first into the virtual reality segment of the market. This week at Computex 2016 in Taipei, a new ASUS headset was on display, with little details on specs, price or anything else. As far as I can tell it's only known as the ASUS VR headset for the time being. The headset, which does not appear to be part of the Google DayDream platform, seems to take design elements from t...
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Well, guess I will be treating it like the self checkout at the market. I just won't use it or shop there. Problem is that many other people won't be smart enough to do the same. Case in point, Walmart.
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But freedom of choice is still ours to exercise. I don't shop at Walmart, self check out at the super market or hardware store, and now this will be on my list of things to not do.

It's good to be a grumpy old man.
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Just breaking the law
The State Department’s former top watchdog, in an interview with Fox News, rejected Hillary Clinton’s repeated claims that her personal email use was in line with her predecessors’ – while saying he would have immediately opened an investigation if he caught wind of a secretary of state using such an account.
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WTF internet
As the cost of tuition and rent rises, so does the apparent popularity of "sugar daddy" sites among students.
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Intellectual property? What's that? Property is not a communist idea is it? 
The chairman of China’s biggest conglomerate recently predicted that a new $5.5-billion Disney theme park opening in Shanghai next month would fail, citing a lack of innovation with intellectual properties and characters.
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Once it becomes corporate it is out of the hands of the citizens. Welcome to the new serfdom embraced by the likes of the Clintons....
 
Wikileaks Says Secretive Trade Agreement Paves Way to ‘Corporatization of Public Services’ - https://news.vice.com/article/wikileaks-says-secretive-trade-agreement-paves-way-to-corporatization-of-public-services #TISA
The organization has released a thousands of documents that critics of free trade say shows how officials negotiating the Trade in Services Agreement, or TiSA, could force privatization on public institutions around the world.
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Cathedral Of Transport
The legs of the bridge, looking up.
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Breaking the rules, because fuck you America, I do what I want.
#clintonforjail
As secretary of State, she ignored repeated warnings about email security.
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Well within the realm of possibility 
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Keeping it real China? I think not.
The Chinese Internet was awash in debate over sexism Monday, spurred on by an unlikely subject: parking lots.
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