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#OTD in 1907: Ty Cobb's bunt single helps Detroit spoil Walter Johnson's major league debut as the Tigers def. the Senators, 3-2. Just six years later, Aug. 2 becomes "Walter Johnson Day" in Washington, as new President Woodrow Wilson presents Johnson with a silver cup filled with $10 bills.

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At a time when trains were the fastest things known to man, Ty Cobb recalled Johnson’s fastball as “Just speed, raw speed, blinding speed, too much speed”.
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#InsidePitch: #OTD in 1937, NY Giants pitcher Carl Hubbell won his 24th consecutive game -- a streak that still stands as the Major League record.
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100 Years ago today..
One hundred years ago on May 7, 1915, the Lusitania was sunk by a German U-boat off the southern coast of Ireland, killing 1,195 of the men, women, and children on board. Of those killed, 123 were Americans.
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Open our heart, Lord, to hear you making yourself known to us through others. Let the belief that we are saved already fill us with hope so that we can know in our  heart that Your love for us is unchanged, no matter what our feelings might tell us.
O LORD, LET THE LIGHT OF YOUR FACE SHINE UPON US.(Ps 4:6)
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I'd say that prayer had fallen on deaf ears if there were any ears I the first place.
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I have an unusual and possibly easy question.  Since the last update in Yosemite 10.10.3, activity monitor/ TOP has shown me that accountsd (process) is using large %'s of the CPU, 70+.   I noticed this shortly after the update when my fan was whirling around while I did nothing but surf the web via Safari.  The first thing I did after using Activity monitor was to disable the few extensions I was using in Safari, Pocket, PushBullet, and FBPurtity.  I then restarted leaving ADBlocker and WOT on. accountsd still popped up and I forced quit it only to have it restart again. I then opened up Chrome and killed Safair and NO accountsd process launched.   I have been using Chrome since.     This morning after last nights restart I opened Mail for the first time and the accountsd process again launched and demanded large %'s of CPU power.  I tried a few things like deleting obsolete emails, passwords, etc. and it seems to have settled down.

What is accountsd ?  Why does it only fire up in Safari and Mail?  

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+Allister Jenks thank you for the response.  It seems to be directly associated with Apple Mail.   Safari has not acted up since I turned off the extensions.   Mail eats up CPU % when I start it but now after it has been up I no longer hear the fan or see accountsd hogging CPU.   From you link, maybe gmail was caching or some such thing and now that it is done it is okay.   Mysterious.  
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Smack dab in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean, 1,000 miles from human civilization, lies one of the most isolated towns in the world. It’s on an island called Tristan da Cunha, and for the first time, it’s looking to the outside world to plan its future.
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+Isolde Eleison i didn't think of it as a possible light hearted way of dealing with dementia and assumed it was a joke.  But now that you mention that I remember an older man at church who had his families name sown in the seems of his hat with phone numbers to call if lost.  I hope it was a joke...
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