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Kevin Brady
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Measles kills 145,000 children worldwide. This is not about politics, it's about your kids lives. If a child who could have been vaccinated dies from Measles it should be treated as murder.
It happened to Roald Dahl's daughter in 1962. It still happens today, in the U.S. and around the world. In rare cases, measles becomes an incurable disease.
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So this could provide a bit of competition.
The president is asking the agency to address state laws that could inhibit competition for high-speed Internet service. The move could draw opposition from major cable and Internet companies.
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speaks for it self
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Could not have been said better. If you a female in the US you should watch this.
Make sure you vote. The RightWingNuts will put you back to the 1950s
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Much better solution than rebuilding to get destroyed again in a few years
As part of the ongoing recovery from Hurricane Sandy, New York's plan is to buy and demolish hundreds of homes on Staten and Long islands and let nature return as a barrier to future storm surges.
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Former Gov. Bob McDonnell's conviction is a reminder that politicians are more likely to be nailed for petty chiseling than for fleecing the public treasury for billions in pork barrel projects.
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I have never really thought that there are people who believed in this silliness to begin with. It just is not logical for a thinking person to believe something so stupid.  This is an interesting essay, worth reading.
The idea that we, as individuals, did not exist 1,000 years ago doesn't seem to worry us. So, why does the idea of not existing in the future freak us out so much? Adam Frank explores this notion.
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He gave laughter and fun to a lot of folks. A productive life.
Tom Magliozzi bantered weekly with his brother, Ray, on the public radio show. They joked, laughed and sometimes even gave good advice to listeners with car troubles. Tom Magliozzi was 77 years old.
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Saw Chef tonight. Nice, funny, and worth the time. Worth spending the time on.
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This is a very interesting series. Well worth watching. I strongly recommend it.
Watch The Roosevelts videos on demand. Stream full episodes online. THE ROOSEVELTS: AN INTIMATE HISTORY chronicles the lives of Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, three members of the most prominent and influential family in American politics.
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Interesting discussion, worth the read.  As an atheists it has never occurred to me that Awe was only for religious folks.  The would is very Awe inspiring it amazes me that anyone can attribute that to a being of any type. And that it's exclusive to only those in the 'club'
Awe is often associated with religion and spirituality, but atheists are no less capable of experiencing it. Psychologist Tania Lombrozo considers the common core behind religious and scientific awe.
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This discusses a under-net world. Interesting exploration of what's going on. Kind of creepy
In the underground networks that traffic in high profile images, money can't buy access. Hackers barter for sets of images stolen over months and even years. And security researchers say the recent leaks were likely just the tip of the ice iceberg.
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  • Downers Grove HS South
    1964 - 1968
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I attempt to be a critical thinker, and try reach beyond my view to try and understand others.  I'm interested in expanding my world by sharing ideas and conversation in a civil manner.

Politics are liberal, but based on the human condition.
Interest include Art, Culture (in the widest definite) Construction, Computers, Programing, Science and lots of other stuff.
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Project Manager with IBM
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    Project Manger, 2002 - present
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Bend, OR
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Phoenix, Arizona - Downers Grove, IL
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Savi 700 Series
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Enjoy wireless freedom while seamlessly managing PC, mobile and desk phone calls with a single intelligent headset system

Pet Therapy: How Animals And Humans Heal Each Other : NPR
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Dogs, cats birds, fish and even horses are increasingly being used in settings ranging from hospitals and nursing homes to schools, jails a

Insect Experts Issue 'Urgent' Warning On Using GM Seeds : NPR
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This week, a group of scientists sent a letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency urging farmers to stop planting genetically engin

Wind Power Without the Blades: Big Pics : Discovery News
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Tall, cattail-like stalks generate electricity by swaying in the wind.

Jon Stewart Fillets Herman Cain's Claim That Democrats Are Out To Get Him
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On The Daily Show, Jon Stewart schooled Herman Cain on the Democratic machine, and explained to Cain why the GOP is responsible for his sexu

Rachel Maddow Lays Waste To The GOP‘s Bogus Obama War On Religion
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On Meet The Press, Rachel Maddow debunked the Republican claim that Obama has declared war on religion and exposed the secret conservative a

Google mulls divorcing Chamber of Commerce - Jennifer Martinez
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The tech titan is angered by the business lobby’s backing of online piracy legislation.

Niall Ferguson TED Talk: Author Discusses 'The Six Killer Apps'
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Historian Niall Ferguson discussed "the six killer apps" of prosperity in his recent TED talk. These "apps" refer to certain ideas--competit

Alabama, Mississippi primary results: Losing big, Newt Gingrich vows to ...
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Newt Gingrich suffered two potentially crippling losses in Alabama and Mississippi on Tuesday night in his own backyard.

Is The 'Right To Be Forgotten' The 'Biggest Threat to Free Speech On The...
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A privacy law taking shape in Argentina and the European community could fundamentally reshape how we think about Internet privacy and the s

Click dccw.exe | TechRepublic
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Take a long look at your computer monitor. Is the contrast and brightness right? Have you calibrated the color correctly? Have you ever cali

Bankruptcy for Billionaires
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When Bain walks out on its debts, it’s business as usual.

Is this ‘lifelike’ image a drawing or photograph? | SmartPlanet
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A self-taught artist’s works are so realistic, they’ve gone viral. However, some in the social media community are skeptical of their auth

Superheroes swoop into historical photos (images) | ZDNet
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Agan Harahap, a professional photographer and history buff in Jakarta, Indonesia, has placed superheroes (and the occasional villain) into f

Businessmen make lousy presidents - Roger Simon
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My experience with vulture capitalism is limited. A vulture could not make even a snack out of my capital. I don’t own any individual stocks

Time Magazine's provocative new cover
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Time MagazineNewsweek's Tina Brown no longer has a monopoly on controversial covers. Time Magazine is out with a new issue featuring a cover

Aviva mistakenly sacks 1,300 employees by email | ZDNet
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UK insurance giant Aviva mistakenly sacks 1,300 of its employees in a rogue email. The email was only meant to go to one employee. Wait, peo

Rush Limbaugh: No media on Cee Lo Green F-bombs?
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Why isn’t the media condemning Cee Lo Green for dropping F-bombs at a fundraiser for President Barack Obama? That’s what Rush Limbaugh wante

Opinion: Challenging the two parties - David Boren and Christine Todd Wh...
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America’s standing in the world has declined in the last decade. That decline could become irreversible if America continues to remain in a

Senate Bill Could Roll Back Consumers’ Health Insurance Savings - ProPub...
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A recently introduced Senate bill could limit rebates insurers are slated to pay to consumers.

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