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Another take on the Sandra Bland tragedy from the perspective of a white male Texan.  However, I was reminded while reading it of an incident with Chicago police several decades ago where a professional black woman (a teacher I believe) was handcuffed to a chair and not allowed to use the bathroom, thus adding shame to other indignities.
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Texas officials release video from jail in Sandra Bland case #sandrabland http://d-news.co/PRLIO
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WHAT!!!. am i reading this correctly... Black Women represent 6% of the population, account for 50% of arrest in San Francisco....  
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I lived and worked there most of my life and was never arrested and pulled over once. Still in touch with losts of family and friends who have never been arrested who are still the the area. 
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I know a brother and sister 2.5 years apart in age who fit the descriptions of GenX and Oregon Trail described in this article.  It's amazing that technology changes so quickly that siblings have very different experiences growing up in the same household.
We’re an enigma, those of us born at the tail end of the '70s and the start of the '80s.
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This guy is showing up everywhere...
 
+Mark Wagner after your closing keynote yesterday, I thought you'd quite enjoy this meme. #gafesummit  
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Lewis Carroll’s Classic Story, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Told in Sand Animation.

An unusual, artful way of telling the story first published 150 years ago. 
Here at Open Culture, the 150th anniversary celebration of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland keeps going and going, because, well, who knows what form the internet will have taken by the time of the 200th?
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Mashable predicts this story will go viral.  But why?  Isn't this officer doing what he has committed to do?  Not everyone let's circumstances get in the way of doing their job.
Director Leroy Smith was photographed helping a white supremacist suffering from the heat at a KKK rally.
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State Sen. Royce West calls on DPS to release video of Waller County traffic stop http://d-news.co/PIQIg
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Quite an image....
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Gotta let this sit for a second. 
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I would love to read to a child.  I miss this so much now that my kids are grown up.
 
April 12-18 is Week of the Young Child. Check out some of our children’s books and read to a child this week – and every week! #WOYC
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He's rarely interested in letting me read to him.
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You've borrowed books, DVDs and maybe even CDs.
Now you can Borrow the Internet and take free wi-fi home with you!
http://ow.ly/L52DE
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This is a great place and reminds me of the Children's Museum in Chicago. Our five-year-old grandson enjoyed the morning we spent there with him recently. I *do* miss the changing exhibits the former Austin Children's Museum used to have, though. I'm wondering if, after a few visits, our grandson will grow tired of having the same experience (of course, it isn't always the *same* experience because as he grows older, he gets something new out of each one). We had a membership for several years and used to visit as soon as the exhibits changed.
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Our 9-year-old cat slipped out the front door and was lost for 3 weeks. When we got him back, we immediately made an appointment with his veterinarian. The vet tech and the veterinarian were concerned about his condition and treated him very well. His veterinarian also suggested we do some lab work we had previously postponed while he was more "cooperative." Speedy is usually a complaining patient. We have been bringing out pets to this animal clinic for 25 years and have always been pleased with the care and concern of the medical staff. The front desk staff, though, often seems extremely busy. We are usually put on hold when we call for an appointment and find all the staff on the phone when we arrive to check in.
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