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The shoe has dropped! :)
This is the first of many consequences the Democratic Party will face for manipulating millions of voters.
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This Beck & Lee law firm will never work for Wall Street again. They'll probably go out of business soon. #4T2H's?
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"Carl Dix, a representative of Revolutionary Communist Party, said the group organized the burning of the American flag as a “political statement about the crimes of the American empire. There’s nothing great about America.”"

I dunno. You being able to day that during a protest seems pretty cool.



Skirmishes broke out over a flag-burning protest Wednesday in the streets outside the Republican National Convention.
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Natural selection in action. 
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Mumma Bear

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8. Canoes

Colorado Correction Industries !


Prisoners make millions of license plates each year. But what else do they make for us?
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Mumma Bear

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Wow
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Dan Ramos

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What an asshole.
If you're like most people, you go to the grocery store at least once a week. The FBI has issued a warning to those who plan to shop over the course of the next few days. A man entered a Whole Foods grocery store on April 24, 2016. He sprayed a liquid onto some of the produce in the store. Ther
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ah, in Flint..

of course!!

So it was not the water after all...
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Gary Howell

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Common tactic.
Sheriff David Clarke spoke to Don Lemon on CNN last night and spoke the truth about Black Lives Matter. You won't believe how Lemon reacted.
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Don Lemon is a cu...

we'll be right back after these messages
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Mumma Bear

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Love Mr bean
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Chris Wilson

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This is the current state of Artificial Intelligence ?

It will have to do better than that if I'm.ever going to trust my nether regions with a sex robot !

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One more reason, why I don't watch +CNN 
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Mumma Bear

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The government has axed the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) in a major departmental shake-up.
The government has axed the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) in a major departmental shake-up.
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The departments are being merged. They're folding it into a bigger department concerned with business and industry instead of hanging it out on its own shouting loudly but making little impact. There's also some big pro-green MPs now in positions of influence in the department so I'm cautiously optimistic. 
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Dan Ramos

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Value for value is best value!
 
Warner Brothers fined for paying YouTube celebs to promote ‪#‎game‬

The modern ‪#‎media‬ dynamic has changed. The rigid and pre-selected programming of TV, radio and print is today challenged by an ‘anything at any time’ culture led by ‪#‎internet‬ services. Put simply: the web has changed how we get our ‪#‎news‬, views, entertainment and more. It’s pretty important to note, therefore, that Warner Brothers was just found guilty of manipulating new media by paying prominent ‪#‎YouTube‬ hosts to promote a ‪#‎video‬ game. bitsy.in/a7c7b
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Fined for not disclosing, not fined for paying influencsers 
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Petey Miami

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Mumma Bear

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Wishing the BBC would make their mind up about Trump... Today they like him... Will he be president?
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The British Bullshit Corporation. Next week they will love Hillary again. Keep the slaves fighting over unimportant things while they are getting screwed behind the scenes.
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Chris Wilson

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Yeah right !


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Shit, I haven't much time to book a flight out of Stewart Airfield!
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Mumma Bear

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"Job before politics: BBC producer, lobbyist for pharmaceutical giant Pfizer" great candidate then!!!
A political profile of the man Labour MPs have selected to take on Jeremy Corbyn in a Labour leadership contest.
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+Mumma Bear you might be right. to paraphrase... there is something about the night of him...
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Dan Ramos

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I'm impressed with Sheriff Clarke. With regard to Don Lemon... this is the first time that I've seen/heard him... what a patronising douche.
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Even operating at a quarter of its eventual capacity, South Africa's MeerKAT radio telescope showed off its phenomenal power Saturday, revealing 1,300 galaxies in a tiny corner of the universe where only 70 were known before.
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Dan Ramos

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We here at Microsoft knew you needed support and security, so we forced you to upgrade for FREE for months and now, to help make this worthwhile for us, we're going to start charging you a monthly fee. Remember, we did hint this ages ago before we even released it and, if you bothered to read your EULA or any of our announcements at all leading up to this, you DID agree to this. From all of us here at Microsoft: You're very welcome.
Subscription charges are now an official part of Windows 10 pricing.
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95% of ordinary non corporate Windows users do nothing else than browsing the web (Facebook is the internet for them), doing their email or Skype. Even most corporate users often don't do much more besides maybe entering data in some ERP system. You can do all that on any el cheapo Chromebook or Linux laptop also. If you really need some Office products, those Open and Libre Office products are catching up pretty quick already. Don't rule out like Google's free Office products either. Apple's own Office programs sure ain't bad either, it just sucks their products are ridiculous expensive. Once it starts costing people a monthly fee, they will probably pretty quickly switch to something else that does the same for free.

I have two W7 laptops and did a dual install with W10 on them just for the activation. I will keep using W7 for as long as possible. Once the support in 2020 will stop, I can still decide what to do next. If by then they charge a monthly W10 fee for home users, screw them. Not going to happen.
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Mumma Bear

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Interesting, wondering what products will come our way.
Prime Minister Theresa May describes Australian calls for a free trade deal with Britain as "very encouraging", insisting it shows Brexit can work for the UK.
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+MartinJJ NoAgenda I'll find some products......
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Mumma Bear

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which in turn was affecting how much carbon could be stored in the soil beneath the solar panels. If the soil around a solar array is storing less carbon than the array itself is meant to offset, the result is a less-than-optimal arrangement.
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Moreover +MartinJJ NoAgenda​, the Portland Cement chemical process used in building, releases C02 into the atmosphere as it cures

Strangely enough, the slacked lime cement mixtures used before that actually absorb CO2 in the curing process. Moreover, as the cement cracks and the bricks move over time, the lime cement actually self repairs drawing in more CO2. You are just limited to 3 or 4 stories.

Found out all that as I'm renovating our old 1920's corner shop/ residence. I have to use a 60% lime 40% Portland cement mix with a lot of sand 6:1 as the bricks are too soft to use modern materials.
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