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Jeff Ehrhart
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"The one black family he knew were good people; all the others he didn't know? They were the bad people. The ignorance in that reasoning, if you think about it long enough, will twist your mind."
That basketball game in Flower Mound a week or so ago with Plano East has changed some of the rules now, but it hasn't changed nearly enough.
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A post by +Dave Koch got me thinking about whether or not anyone has read an internet thread and come to be an atheist as a result of it. So, if you became an atheist as a result of reading a post or thread on the internet, or as a result of reading arguments between theists and atheists online, please answer "YES". If your becoming an atheist had nothing to do with reading internet posts, please say "NO".
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Online atheist information and communities have led to people calling themselves atheist more often, including me. That's because of learning more about the word "atheist" and because of being more stably atheist by being more informed. It used to be, in the early 1990s, there was American Atheist magazine, and if you didn't agree with the philosophical and political positions taken in that magazine, you might call yourself "agnostic" and not "atheist", just to distance yourself from them.
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Banana peels aren't content just to make people slip and fall these days!
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Now I so totally need to buy my bananas their own flame throwers! ;)
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"Dude. You went to Princeton. I mean, don't make it sound like you got forced onto the train to Hogwarts, although that would've been the easiest sorting hat ever. 'Slytherin, Slytherin it is.'"

Watch the episode: http://on.cc.com/1CMR3yD
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From the Fox News website,
"In a step that critics worry will inject political bias into search results, a Google research team released a report this month on ranking search results based on how factual websites are. They propose eventually using that to change Google rankings, which are currently based on website popularity.

The Google researchers give, as an example, websites that say President Obama was born in Kenya; such sites would be penalized in Google rankings, whereas sites that correctly say he was born in the U.S. would get a boost in rankings.

That fact is not controversial, but critics worry that this is a first step towards Google playing God and effectively censoring content it does not like. They fear that skeptics of things like climate change or more immigration (both subjects that Google founders have expressed strong feelings about) might find their websites buried if this ranking system were adopted."

Naturally, by "critics" they mean our executives. Did they just admit that the truth has a well known liberal bias?

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/03/05/google-works-to-rank-sites-based-on-truthfulness/
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Yeah, they did admit that.

The truth has nothing to fear from the light of day. Clearly, Fox does not deal in truth.
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Just because someone pointed out that I have no Buddhist memes.
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Rarely does a week go by without another study indicating the fiscal and medical benefits of Medicaid expansion. States that have it increasingly appear healthier and smarter. It’s time for Kansas and Missouri to move out of the control group.
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This was sent to me by a friend, +Fred Rutledge  and I just watched it!  I don't want to give away the point of the video, but I highly recommend that everyone watches it!  Not very long, but powerful! 
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+Jeff Ehrhart​ maybe. I'm not sure why, though, as the studies show no actual relationship between video game violence and real life violence.
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Perfectly stated!
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I bought several fish from the Battlefield location a couple of weeks ago (Sept. 9), brought them home, let the bag warm to the tank temperature, and then put them in the tank. After about a week I started seeing spots from ich show up on my fish, and it had infected the fish I originally had in the tank as well. So I started treating the ich, and then some of the fish started developing some kind of fungal disease, so I treated that too. Now, three weeks after I first bought those fish, I've lost 7 fish total (make that nine now, I just found two more), and I only bought 5 from the pet store (only one of them have survived), and the others still look sick. I think I'm going to end up losing every fish in the tank. The best advice I can give you is DON'T BUY YOUR PETS FROM THESE PEOPLE!!! They sell diseased animals that will infect your other pets and you'll end up spending more to treat their illnesses than you originally paid for the animals in the first place.
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