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Very disappointed by many of the politician's responses to the current situation with respect to gun control. They have little to no information about where the weapons and equipment came from, what they are beyond generalities, what the possible motivations are, and yet are claiming that more gun control would have fixed things.

Obama went so far as to compare the TSA no-fly list to gun control. Really? You want to compare a secret list that you only find out you are on when you try to fly and are turned away, and have little to no way to appeal or correct incorrect information that got you on it, with the way guns need to be handled? Amazing own goal there.

How about fixing the way the government maintains, updates, and communicates information so the existing background check system actually works the way it's supposed to first! How about actually waiting for more facts before trying to push your agenda? Oh wait, when have the facts ever gotten in the way of an emotional, sensationalist political power play?

San Bernardino authorities are searching for one or more "active shooters" in an incident that left up to 20 people shot.
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20 years behind the need, at least 10(00?) years behind China.
The U.S. Justice Department has issued new guidelines that emphasize prosecuting individual executives in white-collar crime cases, and not just their corporations.
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So ad blockers are being seen as a threat to the advertising model that helps run the web.

Here's what it'll take to get me so switch mine off: No Flash, no video, no music, no animation. Just a static image with an easy to understand direct link to the advertised page, that doesn't decide to throw itself in my way while I'm reading a page.

Besides the annoyances, there's too much malvertising, too much "a malicious ad slipped through our screening". Want my eyes? Clean up your acts.
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Finally, some real perspective.
Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email account for official State Department business was a mistake, but the revelation that Clinton’s emails contain upwards of 305 messages with potentially “classified” information is far less scandalous than the headlines make it appear. The most troubling part of this story involves the...
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RIP Leonard Nemoy. 

Wherever you may go, go boldly.
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+Google Calendar​, please sort out your UI, guys. Tons of wasted space and removed features, we haven't all got phablets. Just grab the old look and give it the new paint, job done for phones. It worked great for Hangouts and such, this is just awkward.
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Browsers are stupid. Stupid, stupid, stupid.

They load everything in order, without any understanding of actual relevant content. They just chew from the top of the HTML to the bottom. If there's an ad site after the title bar that the proxy server won't allow access to, they sit there, waiting, having forgotten about all that text, all that story that I actual want to read until the link resolves or (minutes later!!!) times out.

Silly browser. You should load the text in the HTML file you're on, first. Then any content also hosted on the same domain. THEN start pulling in content from other domains, but do it in parallel.

If the actual content isn't in the domain, your site is either a search engine, or it's redundant.
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What is this bullshit? "But, luckily, there is a pretty easy way to avoid them: Only install apps from Google's official Play Store." I see this in FUD articles about Android so often that I close them as soon as I reach it.

You have to manually enable the ability to install apps from other than the Play Store. Installing from dubious sources may give you viruses. 1995 called, they want their headline back. 
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You can get viruses from opening email attachments of dubious origin.

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So, this is totally the reason there's a metric buttload of invasive tracking and telemetry shoved into Windows 10. Totally not to open a dozen new ways to break into, monitor, and exfiltrate valuable data from any business that uses it. Riiiight...
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Here's something I don't expect to say a lot: Donald Trump is right about John McCain.

If McCain hadn't been shot down, he'd have been just another serviceman flying a plane, just another veteran. Why do we say he was a hero? Because he was a POW, because he was shot down. It's politically incorrect, but straightforward. If you don't think of all those who serve as heroes, you're in the same boat.
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I'm a native Texan, and I do hereby disown Ted Cruz and the rest of the Republican wackjobs that have forgotten the concept of "separation of church and state".

Your religious preferences are not allowed to preclude you from performing your duties as part of the government. If you are not willing to do your job, resign.
Sen. Ted Cruz is ready to rain on the parade of Texas citizens celebrating the Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage.
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Reports of more Muslims calling the cover offensive, the very fact that a caricature was made an insult to religion. Settle down there, and think.

From what it's been interpreted to me, Mohammed didn't want to be worshipped, didn't want anyone to be praying to icons of him instead of the god he was speaking for (atheist, not important here). So it's not "make no images of me", it's "don't worship me" and icons were something used for that.

Since I doubt anyone is going to worship this cover, seems there's no problem. From that interpretation, I can understand why he might weep, over those that felt that he should be above reproach, that they should kill in his name, when he's "just a man doing a duty". 
In a bold act of defiance, the remaining staff of the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo plan to publish a million copies of an 8-page edition on Wednesday and will include caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad, according to their lawyer.
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Ah, Home Deposit(I kid!). My only problem is they have a lot more of the stuff I want than I have money to get it with. Their HDX brand is proving to be pretty worthy in terms of quality for the money, tools and rolling shelves taking their beating and coming back for more.
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Sometimes they have just what I'm after, sometimes they don't. It's kind of situational. Good prices, if you're willing to work with them essentially being a surplus goods seller (what's available changes some).
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Jocko's is a dive; the decor is dark and pretty simple in places. Once you get past that realization though, it's AMAZING steak all the way. Also ribs, pork chops, spaghetti... Make reservations or arrive early, or you'll be waiting an hour.
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Pretty standard grocery store, likely a Kroger derivative. Lots more affordable than Haggen.
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They got out to me for an estimate when everyone else was backed up months, and got the gutter I wanted installed the same week, just hours before the rains started.
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Excellent pub grub, beers. Party areas available. Also it's just amusing to order Bangers & Mash.
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I eat there regularly. It's a diner, you go there for diner food and atmosphere. Don't expect a transcendental culinary experience and you'll be fine.
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