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Ever since the recent Google+ update I am now seeing every message I send with my Google Talk client (I use Adium) show up in my Gmail sent folder with the new hangout icon next to it. This is very annoying because my sent box is now flooded with all of my sent Talk messages and it's nearly impossible to find sent email messages amongst all of that. I am signed out of Hangouts in Google+, so it's not that, but I can't find any settings in Gmail or Google+ that could be causing this. Is anyone else having the same problem? Any idea how to fix it?
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awesome / frustrating site lol.
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Oh Google+, why are you suggesting me things that I already have in my circles? You so crazy.
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maybe they want you to put them in more than one circle
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Hah. I have a feeling the browser is going to very restricted.
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I bought.
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Full Moonrise

Rising as the +Sun sets, tonight's Full +Moon could be hard to miss. Remarkably, its exact full phase (May 6 03:36 UT) will occur less than two minutes after it reaches perigee, the closest point to Earth in the Moon's orbit, making it the largest Full Moon of 2012. The Full Perigee Moon will appear to be some 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a Full Moon near apogee, the most distant point in the elliptical lunar orbit. In comparison, though, it will appear less than 1 percent larger and almost as bright as April's Full Moon, captured in this telephoto image rising over suburban Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. For that lunation, Full Moon and perigee were about 21 hours apart. Of course, if you manage to miss May's Full Perigee Moon, make a note on your calendar. Your next chance to see a Full Moon close to perigee, will be next year on June 23.

Image Credit & Copyright: Robert Arn
Explanation of the image from: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120505.html
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yeah... I guess I was on Safari. Not that it's your fault if Google Plus doesn't work like I want it to =D
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