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Study Finds Earth Located In Lamest Part Of Unive…: http://youtu.be/fAij6ztC_tk
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Tell that to the “Masters of the Universes“
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This indeed! I must pass this along.
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The list is done.  Let me know what you think.

Rules for Driving in OC/LA

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Sounds about right, +Justin Barrett.  Unfortunately it's not much of a joke; it's more of a reality.
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PL PC and Woodford Reserve. Quite nice! It's a gorgeous night for a smoke.
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+Ryan Yates Indeed I did! I rented a top hat and donned a monocle while sipping this fine spirit.

My friend John was talking about bourbon last time we smoked together. I asked what his favorite bourbon is and what he thought I might like based on what he knows about my palate. He recommended the Woodford Reserve, so I bought some. I wasn't expecting much, but I really enjoyed it. I would definitely buy more.

I usually get lots of caramel from the PL PC and there was plenty of caramel and vanilla in the bourbon. It was a great pairing!

Also, I was surprised how smooth the Woodford was for being 90 proof.
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Stop and think about what is happening in this video. Amazing!
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Dude if I understood directly he is using a camera with shutter speed in the femto second scale. Thus has been around since 1999 and used to see how atoms combine to form molecules, some team win noble in chemistry for that technique, but overall it's a great idea to capture light motion awesome!! :)
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I just sent this feedback to Google regarding their keyboard for KitKat. Has anyone noticed this too, and maybe found a fix or a workaround?

I love the new Google keyboard in Android 4.4! I finally moved away from Swype because it was so sluggish. The word suggestion and auto correction functions in Swype have become unusably bad. The Google keyboard is much snappier and has some nice features. However, I think there are a few things missing that would make the Google keyboard even better.

1. Keyboard-like shortcuts

Shortcuts to select all, copy, paste, etc. are not as user friendly as they could be. We can tap and hold the screen to select text, then use the select all, cut, copy, and paste icons. But I really like Swype's PC keyboard-like shortcuts. Gliding from the Swype key to the A key selects all text; Swype+X cuts text; Swype+V pastes text, and so on. It's a bit quicker than the "click and hold" method with the Google keyboard.

2. Quicker capitalization and punctuation

With Swype, you can glide from the first letter in a word (or even a letter mid-word) to the area above the keyboard as a way of telling it you want just that letter capitalized, then come back down to the keyboard and continue gliding to finish out the word.

You can also glide from letters mid-word to punctuation, such as an apostrophe. With Google's keyboard I have to glide through "i-t-s" and hope Google knows if I want it's or its (granted, Google is pretty good at getting it right). Google's method of gliding from the numbers key to punctuation is a clever idea, but Swype is faster at this (when it's not being a turtle and lagging behind input), because I don't have to stop gliding to add punctuation.

3. Quicker deletion

With Swype, holding down the backspace key will delete entire words. It makes deleting several words or a sentence or two very quick when I am too lazy to highlight text and delete it all at once.

4. Keyboard themes

At least on my Nexus 5 with "vanilla Android," the look of the stock Google keyboard is a bit boring. The only options are white or blue, and that only changes the color of the glide trail and weird prediction text. The keyboard makes my phone's screen look like an old monochrome computer monitor (OK so that's an exaggeration). Swype has about a dozen theme options, if not more.

Can we get a few more color/theme options?

5. No "number pad mode" like Swype.

In Swype, holding the numbers key for a second brings up a computer keyboard-style number pad with large number keys. It comes in handy when entering a long string of numbers, or when working on a Google Drive spreadsheet.

6. The word suggestion bar does not always appear. For example, when entering a URL or search terms in the Chrome address bar, or responding to messages in the eBay app, the word suggestion bar does not appear. I have to manually correct text in these instances. It would be nice if the bar appeared for any text entry, no matter which app I am in. Swype's suggestion bar appears in every case.

7. Auto capitalization doesn't work with two spaces after a period. Swype automatically capitalizes the first letter in a sentence whether there is one space or two. With the Google keyboard, I have to manually go back and capitalize the first letter in every sentence of there are two spaces after the period. It's a small gripe, but my English teachers growing up drilled the "two spaces after a period" rule.

These are pretty minor complaints. Maybe I'm just too used to the way Swype does things. But for me, these improvements would make the Google keyboard easily the best keyboard ever. Thank you, Google, for everything you do.
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Yes, I tried SwiftKey probably a year ago. At that time, it didn't have gesture typing like Swype and the Google keyboard do. I was very impressed with the correction and word suggestion, but I am too used to swiping/gesture typing.

Edit: looks like SwiftKey does have gesture typing. Too many mixed reviews from Nexus 5 owners though... Think I'll pass.
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Ever since I got a machine polisher, I've been addicted to auto detailing. If any of my local friends ever want a shiny car again, let me know. We can work something out.

This is intended only for friends and friends of friends. I'm not looking to start a detailing business. I'll gladly detail your car for much less than you would pay a detail shop.

Any takers?
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Oh, and I don't work on shitty, dented up, old Camrys.  Hahaha!
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This would be very beneficial to the consumer.  Depending on data plans and pricing, this could give the T-Mobile prepaid plan real competition for my future business.

http://www.slashgear.com/google-mobile-carrier-real-possibility-with-tipped-dish-agreement-16257358/
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Indeed.  Lots of members of the Rootzwiki and XDA Developer forums have already made the switch to prepaid.  Carrier plans don't make sense when you can get a Nexus from Google without a contract for the same price as one of Verizon's contract phones.
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"So smart"?! There are hundreds of commenters saying this. I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
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LOL
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It's mine!
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Liking the car, gotta say color is nice sic man , congrats!!!! :)
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This is my favorite Thai restaurant by 100 miles! The food is excellent and the price is great. I can't fathom why this place isn't packed every time I go in.
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reviewed 2 years ago
I have nothing against Peppino's, Salvatore, or other quality Italian restaurants in town, but Roman Cucina is simply my favorite. In fact, I would say it is my favorite restaurant, Italian or otherwise. The food and the service are always top notch. The chicken marsala with cream sauce is not on the menu, but if the kitchen has marsala wine on hand, they will make it for you. I can't eat chicken marsala anywhere else now. Thanks Roman Cucina!!! The shrimp scampi is also incredible. The cannoli is just as unbeatable as the chicken marsala. The staff are very professional and classy. I feel like I should be paying a lot more for the experience, but I'm glad I don't. The one downside to this place (at least the Laguna Hills location) is that the dining room is a bit small. It can get crowded and a bit loud, but the food and service are worth it. If somehow I were forced to eat at only one restaurant for the rest of my life, I would not hesitate to choose Roman Cucina.
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I have never been disappointed with the food at Las G. They do everything well if you ask me. What stands out though, are the refried beans, the tortillas, and the guacamole. They are always fresh and delicious. Mini bean and cheese burritos dipped in guacamole are what I imagine heroin is like: try it once and you are hooked. The big cali burrito with mild salsa is my usual order. Try it!
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