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Scott Tooley (Scottie)
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Christian, Husband, Father, Libertarian.
Christian, Husband, Father, Libertarian.

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I'm thinking it will be offered with 2.0 EcoBoost and 2.7 EcoBoost. Probably not the 3.2 or 3.0 Powerstrokes. The 2.7 is super powerful and torquey and I'm not sure what either of these two diesels could offer over it to make up the likely higher price of the diesel.

Maybe if one of the smaller DuraTorqs made it over as a high mileage option? Like the 2.2 which would focus on great mileage and payload at the expense of ultimate towing.

Check out: "2019 Ford Ranger spied testing right here in America"- http://www.autoblog.com/2017/02/14/2019-ford-ranger-spy-shots-america/

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This type of thing annoys me severely, and it is completely unnecessary. Is it not enough that I'm using Microsoft's OS day in and day out, that they need to try to get me to use Edge as well? Wanna know why I don't use Edge? Because, even with the fewer extensions available, the moment I turn them on, I enter "This website is reloading" hell. Fixing Edge issues requires a Microsoft Cert and an understanding of PowerShell.

Chrome is solid and I've been using it for a decade, ON WINDOWS. Seriously, I don't want these stupid advertisements.
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Just had to reset Siri on my phone. Whenever I wanted to text my wife using voice dictation, it would always find five phone numbers for her, even though there was only one phone number in her contact card. Very annoying. The reset worked. I wonder if other apps injected other numbers, and Siri wouldn't forget them after I turned off their access.

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I would have guessed the 5-cyl from the Transit, but the V6 from LR would be cool too. Though, for my money (disclosure: I have none), it would have to be priced competitively with the 2.7 EcoBoost to sell. I would prefer the I-5 from the transit, as there is just something about inline engines that give me tingles.

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AAAAANNNNDDDDDD its November, and we are still waiting.

I can guarantee that +Google  is probably using this internally with their Goobuntu OS. Why wouldn't they?

What is taking so long? Have they finally decided to never release it? I wish there was some sort of definitive answer, because after nearly 4 years it is just ridiculous to not have an answer.

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Have any other users of Outlook.com noticed this? I noticed, starting today, that the "https" was crossed out in Chrome. I looked at the reason, and it appears that it actually is using https, but in a form that isn't up to Google's standards.
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Hmm, the beginning of a big change?

On Google.com, you used to be able to click your name to get to Google+. Now, it is just static text with no "+".
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With the newest update to the OneNote Clipper extension for Chrome, I've been using OneNote a lot more than Evernote. The OneNote team finally added an "article" clipping mode that I've enjoyed in the Evernote Clipper for quite some time.

When using Evernote, I'm always sensitive about the amount of things I clip or upload to the service. I don't subscribe to Premier, so I have a limit of 60MB per month. Getting a subscription isn't much (maybe $5/month), but I've just never done it.

OneNote has no such limit, so I can clip all I want and delete later. The only thing I'm missing now in OneNote that I use in Evernote is the ease of annotating documents. I don't have a tablet with a pen, so I can't really annotate easily in OneNote.

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The world's second most boring headline.
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This has been in the works for a while, but shines even brighter in a post-Lenovo Superfish world.
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