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Just donated to 'Camp Pawsawhile Retreat No-Kill Shelter'. Give $1. Change a lot. https://onetoday.google.com/p/eaxbd3sz
Did you know? Nearly 8,000 animals are euthanized in our local animal controls each year.
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It must be the season of the bezel. Not sure why this is the going rate (for the most part) this year. Samsung, ZTE, and LG might still be part of the exceptions but not many others...

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Some humans are assholes.
 
THE STORY BEHIND THIS PHOTO OF TWO
ABUSED DOGS COMFORTING EACH OTHER

All dog lovers know that our favorite furry friends are an endless
source of selfless and loyal love. And this astounding story about
two rescue dogs—Simon and Sammie—is the perfect example of
that innate canine compassion.

In an image shared by Rescue Dogs Rock NYC, you'll see Simon
(right) showing support for a fellow abused dog, Sammie (left),
as he received medical care in New York City, according to the
organization's Facebook page. Simon was comforting Sammie,
who has two broken legs and is in danger of infection. In this
moment, Sammie was fighting for his life.

Before being rescued, Sammie, a three to four-month-old boxer
puppy, was spray painted, shot in the head, and dragged by a car
resulting in horrific injuries all over his body, his YouCaring fund-
raising page explains. As for Simon, a one-year-old Border Collie
mix, he received medical care for mange, a skin disease covering
his body, Today.com reported.

When these sweet pups first met, Sammie was on an X-ray table.
Just nearby, Simon was let out of his kennel and immediately
rushed to Sammie's side and put his paw on the table, followed
by touching his nose to the dog's paw.

The pair instantly formed a strong attachment. "The picture really
speaks for itself," Stacey Silverstein, the cofounder of Rescue
Dogs Rock NYC, told Today.com. "You can see Simon comforting
Sammie. It shows that animals have compassion and they feel.
Simon would go to Sammie's kennel to comfort him and play with
him and sit with him often."

Since the photo was posted, the organization has received a
flood of adoption applications for these two pups. Sammie is still
recovering in New York City, and doctors are hoping they can save
his back leg from amputation. Simon has already found a happy
home in New Jersey.

To support Rescue Dogs Rock NYC and Sammie, you can make a
donation on its website.

SOURCES: Country Living.com
Today.com
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Just donated to 'Pet beds for 30 Texas puppy mill rescues'. Give $1. Change a lot. https://onetoday.google.com/p/jwenn0h5
Did you know? The Humane Society of the United States estimates there are approximately 4,000 puppy mills in the United States.
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damn that's a good deal for a Moto G4+ 64GB. $199.
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Hells yeah. 
CD Projekt Red discusses its development effort for Cyberpunk 2077.
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Just donated to 'Hope for Paws: From Films to Families'. Give $1. Change a lot. https://onetoday.google.com/p/xfhtkqcb
Did you know? According to the The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 5 to 7 million dogs enter shelters nationwide each year.
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Can't wait for those Note 7 refurbs to hit the shelf.
 
The Pixels are shaping up to be more spendy than Nexus devices. 
There's plenty of good evidence now that Google's upcoming phones will not be Nexus devices, but the first in a new breed of Pixel-branded phones. Although... by Ryan Whitwam in Google, News, Rumors
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Good share. Good Story.
 
Video games can leave a powerful impact on the relationships we have, especially with our siblings that grew up on the couch next to us. Corey Austen has been a Zelda fan since childhood, a love he shared with his brother. In July, Corey shared a story with the website Zelda Informer about how ...
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Check on this ASAP, Galaxy Note 7 owners.
Box markings will flag devices as "post-recall;" IMEI database will launch soon.
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There has to be a joke here somewhere, I just don't know yet. Like how do you know if it a mail(male) plane?
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I agree with others stating that I do not believe that HTC built phones will live up to our current "Pixel standards". Specs are likely fine, but the Pixel has a nice hard edge, premium look and feel. Hopefully we are pleasantly surprised.

I actually feel like the new phones from Sony could have followed the design queues from the Pixel. Too bad the hardware is half 2015, half 2016. 
Speaking to two independent sources, we now strongly believe that Google's formerly-maybe-Nexus-phones, Marlin and Sailfish, will be marketed as the Pixel... by David Ruddock in Exclusives, Marlin, News, Rumors, Sailfish
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
I wouldn't trust my teeth with any other office. Dr. Kessler and her team are fantastic. A very clean and organized office that uses the latest technology and techniques. I hardly ever a wait for my appointments, and receive very personalize service. The staff is very friendly and caring which makes your time there very comfortable. Worth every minute of dealing with Rt 63 traffic.
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reviewed a month ago
Second time in town, second time here for dinner. Atmosphere is relaxing and modern. Clean restaurant, comfortable seating. Menu is refreshingly different, lots of offerings and authentic cuisine. Staff is courteous and helpful, food is outstanding.
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reviewed 6 months ago
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Thin crust pizza was fantastic. Slices are huge at 12-15". Service was great. Very chill atmosphere. Great place for pizza.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago