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I agree - the lack of this functionality has frustrated me quite a few times already....
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Dear Google Plus, (share this post if you agree)

We want to see our favourite posts in one place.

Please add a link to the left which I can click on a see a list of all the posts here which I have +1'd.

I'm getting tired of asking. Yet you seem to keep adding things which people are not asking for. Like the 'What's hot' link and the YouTube 'kind of playlist' thing.

You are called Plus. We Plus things when we like them. We want to see them again some day. Give us this very, very easy-for-you-to-implement filter link for the left menu.

DONT JUST PLUS IT (though thanks!). SHARE IT. SPREAD THE WORD! NO ONE ELSE (but the author) CAN 'READ' A PLUS!

(And no, I do not mean the 'external sites' +1 tab on the profile page).
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Contest Giveaway – Two Limited Edition Fine Art Prints
(valued at $750.00 each)
Sorry for reposting this again and again but the response was more than I anticipated :) Since I already reached the Google + Limit of 500 comments with my first 2 post, Please reshare & leave comments in this one to let me know that you have shared my post. It is really important to leave a comment here once you shared my post, this is the best way for me to know that you did.

To celebrate the arrival of 100 000 Google + users that have circled me, I have decided to create a contest and give away not one but TWO of my Limited Edition Fine Art Prints 24x36in (valued at $750.00 each) The winners will choose the print of their choice from my gallery located here Prints will be supplied with a certificate of authenticity.
To Enter the contest, simply reshare this post and let me know you did by leaving a comment below. I will also keep track of the reshares via the new feature « View Ripples » I will then attribute a number to each participant and choose the winners using The list of participants will be posted periodically. So if you intend to participate, make sure that your name made it to the list. Contest ends December 10th, this date will mark the 5th month I have been using Google +. This might also make a very nice Christmas present if you decide to give it as a gift.

I will also take this opportunity to thank you all from the bottom of my heart for the countless comments, shares, +1 and all the time you have spent viewing my work. I am touched and overwhelemed by the awesome response. This really means a lot to me.. You guys fuel my passion so much I have no words for it.

Shout out to the Google team who have created this wicked platform. Never have I seen such quality content & interaction between users. You Guys Rock!!!

Stay Strong & Live with Passion
Patrick Di Fruscia
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Sai (saizai) originally shared:
Dear everyone at Occupy events:

Watch these three videos before you interact with cops. Make sure that everyone in leadership roles (especially police liaisons) do so too, and teach people around you about these ground rules. You need to know your rights, and you probably don't. (No offense meant! Most people don't, and the media do not accurately portray even the most basic issues you need to know.)

Dont Talk to Police
BUSTED: The Citizen's Guide to Surviving Police Encounters
Chris Rock - How To Not Get Your Ass Kicked By The Police

The first and last ones have the additional value of being absolutely fucking hilarious.

These are the 10 points everyone in your group must know by heart. Make sure every single person knows and obeys these rules.

1. Shut up. Do not try to explain anything. The only words out of your mouth are from the points below. Don't try to convince them that they're wrong about the law. Don't start talking about your rights. Be prepared for this to be very uncomfortable; ignoring someone is not pleasant. Many cops are perfectly nice people who should be joining your ranks — but you are not interacting with them socially, you're interacting with them as a suspect. Just shut the fuck up. Seriously.

2. Don't snitch. Trust your buddies not to snitch. Snitching will not help you. They will play you against each other. Don't speak on anyone else's behalf, don't say anything about what someone else did or didn't do, even if you think it makes them look innocent.

3. Don't lie. Cops can and will lie to you (so don't trust 'em), but not vice versa. Lying alone will land your ass in jail.

4. Don't resist or be rude. Don't even passively resist, like by going limp. Never, ever, ever, ever physically resist the cops. At least in the US, you're not at risk of being randomly shot unless you resist. You will get better treatment if you cooperate.

5. Don't insist on Miranda warning. You don't have any right to it unless you're about to be interrogated anyway. By the time you're arrested they probably already have enough, so they don't need to ask you anything. Getting Mirandized is actually against your interest; if you aren't then they might fuck up. So again, shut up.

6. Don't agree to any search. Say explicitly, if they make any move whatsoever to pat you down, search your stuff, look in your pockets, etc: "I do not consent to a search." When asked why, don't answer. However, do not resist; if they search you anyway, let them. It'll get thrown out in court if you were right; you'll go to jail if you resist no matter what.

7. Show ID when asked unless you're certain that you are in a state that doesn't require it. If in doubt, clearly tell the officer e.g. "I'm happy to comply with that if it is a lawful order and I am required to by law, but I will not do so voluntarily." If they say you have to, do. You'll get it thrown out later if they didn't have the right to insist.

8. Have your lawyer's phone number witten on your arm. All of your stuff will be taken away if you get booked, before you get your phone call.

9. Be patient. It'll take time; they might take you down for questioning (remember to *say nothing*); etc. Keep your cool.

10. Know your detainment status. The US police interactions you can have are: purely "voluntary" interaction (can walk away at any time; still get interviewed; might be seriously intimidating); Terry stop (patdown for weapons only); detainment ("reasonable suspicion", temporarily not free to go, no right to search, possible handcuffs for "officer safety"), and arrest ("probable cause", right to search everything on you and nearby, definite handcuffs, possible Miranda warning).

Ask the officer "am I being detained, or am I free to go?"; if they say you're being detained, don't pester them about whether you're under arrest, because they just told you what your status is. If they don't answer or say you're free to go or "just talking", tell them that as far as you know you're not being detained and start walking away. If they stop you, then they have de facto detained you, which you can use against them in court.

Finally, if at all possible:

11. Videotape everything. Have two people who are not involved tape it from opposite angles, at least a few feet away. They are not to interact with or interfere with you or the police in any way; their job is strictly documentation, in case you need it in court or for your media campaign.

They should try to get a good shot of the officer's badges, so you can ID them later, without interfering. If try getting closer footage or asking names when they're not busy making the arrest, so they're calmer.

Documenters, police liaisons, and other coordinator people must not participate in any action that could get them in trouble, even if it's the morally right thing to do. Their job is not to protest; it's to help the protesters, and you can't do that if you're in handcuffs.

There is one and only one reason you should ever be talking to the police, in their professional capacity: if you are the designated police liaison.

If you are, again, don't say anything about what anyone did or didn't do. Stick exclusively to business matters. Figure out what the other side wants and how you could give it to them in a way that minimally inconveniences your group. If they want clear passage of the sidewalk, move. If they want to clean the park, help them! (You should be helping make the park better anyway.) Be reasonable; don't just be obstinate on principle. But likewise, don't be bullied; if you're certain that their request is unreasonable, tell them you'll get back to them, check with your lawyer, and then come back saying that no, that's not going to happen.
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Cheval Rex originally shared:
In the real world we meet people every day and accept them at face value, rarely stopping to question their identity. In real life we don’t demand the type of immediate transparency of each other that we do online. The neighbor with the unlisted phone number, the friend who goes by his middle name or the parent with a different last name than their child; we don’t (or at least the polite among us don’t) demand explanations of them.
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A simply stunning piece of writing - and a beautiful metaphor for privilege.
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This was a great privilege metaphor.
In Which A Window Quietly Opens. In an argument over our heating bills, my wife inadvertently introduced me to a metaphor. Which is to say that it was 74 degrees in the house at our most recent Rock B...
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Thought I'd share the love - an old friend of mine who is creatively talented just was published as part of a short story project - where each story is based around a song - with the theme 89. If you enjoy speculative fiction please enjoy and pass along to others who may.
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Elegant and simple room escape - wonderful way to fill 15 - 20 minutes. Great controls, and wonderful concept (single scene).
One Scene Walkthrough Guide and Review: Robamimi is one of our favorite room escape designers and One Scene is a perfect example of why. It's a room escape that features just one scene, a single point...
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TIGER Qui Vuong originally shared:

A young lady confidently walked around the room while leading and explaining stress management to an audience with a raised glass of water. Everyone knew she was going to ask the ultimate question, 'half empty or half full?'... She fooled them all .... "How heavy is this glass of water?" she inquired with a smile. Answers called out ranged from 8 oz. to 20 oz.

She replied, "The absolute weight doesn't matter. It depends on how long I hold it. If I hold it for a minute, that's not a problem. If I hold it for an hour, I'll have an ache in my right arm. If I hold it for a day, you'll have to call an ambulance. In each case it's the same weight, but the longer I hold it, the heavier it becomes." She continued, "and that's the way it is with stress. If we carry our burdens all the time, sooner or later, as the burden becomes increasingly heavy, we won't be able to carry on."

As with the glass of water, you have to put it down for a while and rest before holding it again. When we're refreshed, we can carry on with the burden - holding stress longer and better each time practiced. So, as early in the evening as you can, put all your burdens down. Don't carry them through the evening and into the night... Pick them up tomorrow.


1. Accept the fact that some days you're the pigeon, and some days you're the statue!

2. Always keep your words soft and sweet, just in case you have to eat them.

3. Always read stuff that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.

4. Drive carefully... It's not only cars that can be recalled by their Maker..

5. If you can't be kind, at least have the decency to be vague

6. If you lend someone $20 and never see that person again, it was probably worth it.

7. It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning to others.

8. Never buy a car you can't push.

9. Never put both feet in your mouth at the same time, because then you won't have a leg to stand on.

10. Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance.

11. Since it's the early worm that gets eaten by the bird, sleep late.

12. The second mouse gets the cheese.

13. When everything's coming your way, you're in the wrong lane.

14. Birthdays are good for you. The more you have, the longer you live.

15. Some mistakes are too much fun to make only once.

16. We could learn a lot from crayons. Some are sharp, some are pretty and some are dull. Some have weird names and all are different colors, but they all have to live in the same box.

17. A truly happy person is one who can enjoy the scenery on a detour.

18. Have an awesome day and know that someone has thought about you today.

19. Save the earth..... It's the only planet with chocolate!


20. Share this post onward, you owe both of us at least that!

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A great idea - please help it spread.
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My friend +Amit Gupta needs help. He was recently diagnosed with acute leukemia and needs a bone marrow transplant. Without a transplant, he's going to be in serious jeopardy. If you're of South Asian descent, you can help save the life of one of the coolest people I know!
Two weeks ago I got a call from my doctor, who I’d gone to see the day before because I’d been feeling worn out and was losing weight, and wasn’t sure why. He was brief: “Amit, you’ve got Acute...
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University Student, Gamer, Internet Citizen
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  • Helps students to teach themselves, 2011
  • Assists other students to help students to teach themselves, 2011
  • Sold games to people that are old outside but young inside.
  • Cleaned up after mentally challenged. I mean drunk people.
  • Helped people to discover clothes rarely come in the right size.
  • Sold fabrics to countless crafty ladies.
  • Found customer's inner Cinderella their own glass slippers.
  • Mutilated plants, wrapped them in plastic and ribbons and sold them.
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