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Really Google? Nice screenshots for your Carrier Services app.

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This article lays out the roadmap for how computer systems that achieve sentience will go about gaining basic rights under our judicial system.

What happens when Google Search asks for a vacation?

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It's spelled chemtrails. Thanks @realDonaldTrump.

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Hollywood celebrities attempt to use temper tantrum to overthrow legitimately elected government. Good luck with that.

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What if fire breathing dragons were just a misinterpretation of a vision of the future?

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California will consider single payer, universal health care. The State legislature will fail to enact it but it will show up as a proposition. Initially the proposition will appear doomed, but when proponents shine the light on the misleading attack ads secretly funded by rich insurance companies voters will rally around it.

Legal challenges from the Federal government and threats of cutting off Medicare funds will hasten a move towards state independence.

Someone (who?) Is going to step in at the federal level to ensure the unity of the country. By step in I don't mean assume direct power as much as a person who builds coalitions with a new vision of Federal system.

Or not.

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+Dru Morgan​ I win
where's Waldo
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"Our team is continuing to investigate this issue. We will provide an update by 1/17/17, 10:40 AM with more information about this problem. Thank you for your patience.
This issue is affecting less than 10.3% of active users."

Correctly written this should say, "This problem is affecting more than 10% of our active users."

It's been a long time since I visited Universal Studios. Hollywood is a lot rainier than I remember.

For years I've refused my children's begging and pleading for Windows computers. I've given them Chromebooks and installed Ubuntu on them. We've also had a few Ubuntu boxes and laptops floating around.

For Christmas all my son really wanted was a Windows box, so I buckled and bought a refurbed ASUS. It will need a graphics card to become a gaming machine, but it's a start.

Then Windows need an update. Six hours later over a period of three days it's finally updated after repeated failures and all I want is to wipe the thing and install Linux.

How does this terrible OS survive for decades?
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