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That "baby talk" was seriously awful. This is supposed to be short news coverage. You want to present news in an interesting way, like in rhyme, I can accept that. But this is terrible.

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friend of mine workers wit co-workers like this. i've always hated the idea of her grandma bein in a nursing home cuz she told me what they did there to the residents.
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This is an important PSA if you use YouTube, Facebook, Hotmail, etc.

(plz watch to the end)
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Oh no, I only have 150 G+ invites left! What will I do with them all!!! lol.
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Walk into crowded areas and give them out?
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An interesting article.
Psychological studies show that heavy Facebook use among children and teenagers may cause a variety of worrisome mental health problems.
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LOL! So true!
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Can't help but notice a biasness towards this game but ESO you trashed. How much did you get paid to praise this game Joe.

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Lit Motors' C-1, a fully-electric, fully-enclosed, self-balancing motorcycle.
It's a two-passenger electric motorbike that uses an electronically-controlled gyroscopic stabilizing system to stay upright when stopped, or even when struck from the side in an accident.The vehicle will incorporate electric hub motors in both wheels. The top speed should be at least 120 mph (193 km/h) , with driving range for the higher-end model expected to sit at around 150 to 220 miles (241 to 354 km) per charge.Industrial/automotive designer Daniel Kim.

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C-1 fully-enclosed self-balancing motorcycle
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Very cool feature for Geeks!
Google's Chrome Remote Desktop extension lets a person with one machine running Chrome control another such machine. It should help make Chromebooks easier to manage. Read this blog post by Stephen Sh...
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Tomorrow may be the day G+ sees it's highest usage!
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Big changes were planned for today, may piss off a lot of people.
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Um... so yeah. Took a code snippet from Microsofts website for C#. It looked kinda... off to me. Dropped it in Microsoft Visual C# Express... and yeah... guess I was right... it's all sorts of bad. WTF! Either I'm missing something or Microsoft is.
If anyone is interested, it's the first example.
MSDN Library .NET Development .NET Framework 4 .NET Framework Class Library. System.IO Namespaces. System.IO. Directory Class. Directory Methods. Community Content. Avatar. Add code samples and tips t...
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Figured out what my issues was. Forgot to put "Using System.IO;"
In my defense, I was really really tired.
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So true, lol
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Overall the place was clean and well maintained. The room had a great number of towels, pillows, etc. (Common items you normal always have to ask for). None of the fabric (blankets, pillows, towels) felt like sandpaper like most places. The pool, is alright. Kids seem to like it fine, but teens and adults may be left wanting a bit more (that's just my opinion). Most of the aforementioned all seemed to congregate to the whirlpool (were kid are not allowed). The staff was very accommodating, helpful (had a pill party for some friends and thirty kids). However, the in room coffee was the absolute worst swill I've ever had the unfortunate mishaps of trying. The bed is very firm (a negative for me, but may be a plus to some). The pool area only had one arcade machine (although arcades aren't the things they used to be, so not realistically a negative). The breakfast is overpriced and not of a great quality. Overall, I'd stay here again. Just skip breakfast here and get coffee elsewhere.
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reviewed 6 months ago
It good. Product doesn't seemed rushed and it's not bland. I had a burrito and chalito, neither were greasy at all.
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