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Leszek Dziędziewicki
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Attended No education. I can't even write straight ( ...or is it strait ?...))
Lives in New York City NY
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You have Nexus 5? Guess what? Your camera sucks and you really need to install this apk. 
A Fast HDR camera experience with regular updates and new features added al...
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Mind - item is from June 2014. So it is NOT "new news"
In an event that is sure to capture the world’s imagination and that has been proclaimed as setting a new milestone in the study of artificial intelligence, a computer programme has successfully passed…
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Really? One problem - never had account so how can you block something which never existed?
Lately I'm getting more of this kind of junk and less "lotto wining or donations or business propositions" crap. 😁 Thank you developers for inventing "spam folder" 👍 👏
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Answer 1 : one you think is expected
Answer 2 : lie
Answer 3 : PC one
and forget about truth...
 
Be prepared.
Usually, you have a pretty good idea of what questions will be asked in a job interview. In preparing your answers, it helps to write them down. You might also want to have a few different answers on hand.
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Speaking of Booker Prize - Achebe got it in 2007 , he died in Boston in 2013 but Internet? Virtual reality - everything ( almost ) is possible. As it is Nigerian writer got another series of obituaries 2 years later...
News of the death of the Nigerian author was mourned across social media — despite the fact he died two years ago.
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New horror story from Master Stephen King 😋
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You can run but you can't hide..
Actually dark matter neither runs nor hides 😉
Using observations from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray Observatory, astronomers have found that dark matter does not slow down when colliding with itself, meaning it interacts with itself less than previously thought. Researchers say this finding narrows down the options for what this mysterious substance might be.
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Finished watching "oldie" from 1979 - "TESS"
Kinski was very good in the Tess role...
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great movie and she was !!
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High Noon - on Mars ( FYI - "Marathon Valley" )
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell Univ./Arizona State Univ.
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Yet it is ( still ) serious killer
 
#WorldTBDay
It has been estimated that Tuberculosis, once called "consumption" and "white plague," in the two centuries from 1700 to 1900, was responsible for the deaths of approximately one billion human beings.

The discovery of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB) was presented on the evening of March 24, 1882, by the German physician and scientist Robert Koch. Koch's lecture, considered by many to be the most important in medical history, was so innovative, inspirational and thorough that it set the stage for the scientific procedures of the twentieth century.

Although the disease has not been eradicated, there is no doubt that Robert Koch's discovery of the tubercle bacillus, subsequent inventions for curing infected and sick individuals. In the decade between 1944 and 1954, largely due to the work of Nobel Laureates, three drugs - streptomycin, PAS and isoniazid – became available. When taken in combination, and for a sufficient length of time, the prognosis for a patient with TB disease changed from dismal to the expectation of cure. Today, the cornerstone for any treatment of tuberculosis is still multidrug therapy. At least two drugs are given at the same time to prevent the emergence of drug resistance.

Read more about Koch’s famous lecture here: http://goo.gl/SL667V
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Yeah, 12 million active cases is not much but about 300 000 people carries MDR type. Most of developed countries has no problem with TB but antibiotic resistant strain can change that.
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And the nominees are:

César Aira (Argentina)
Hoda Barakat (Lebanon)
Maryse Condé (Guadeloupe)
Mia Couto (Mozambique)
Amitav Ghosh (India)
Fanny Howe (United States of America)
Ibrahim al-Koni (Libya)
László Krasznahorkai (Hungary)
Alain Mabanckou (Republic of Congo)
Marlene van Niekerk (South Africa)

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Forget Caturday have..
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You are blocked! Rest assured that with exception of bloggers using G+ as another exposure point I will mute every post with disabled comments and posting entity will be blocked. This applies to individuals and communities. Dear communities if you go public with the post - give public option to post a comment. Public post with disabled comments means that: You don't give s&%t about other people and their opinion You are not interested in dialog You don't want to listen - you want to lecture. If you want to lecture and preach - leave Google+ and build yourself a church.
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