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Happy birthday to captain Jade J!! - Washington Redskins Cheerleaders

Happy birthday to captain Jade J!! 🎊🎉

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#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

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Exactly how many times do the willfully cruel non-healthcare plans the GOP keeps putting forward have to collapse - with the help of decent Republicans like Susan Collins and John McCain - in order for Mitch McConnell et al. to get that the American people will not tolerate healthcare being ripped away from those in need? Yet one more issue about which to Take the Knee. #TaketheKneeAgainstRepealandReplace #TaketheKneeAgainstPoliceBrutality #TaketheKneeAgainstFascism #TaketheKneeAgainstXenophobia #TaketheKneeAgainstRacism #TaketheKneeAgainstDiscrimination

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Is this why we haven't seen Luke's green lightsaber yet in #StarWars #TheLastJedi?

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The brain requires nutrients just like your heart, lungs or muscles do. But which foods are particularly important to keep our grey matter happy and healthy?

Here are 5 choices you can make today for better brain health.

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In the same test, the Galaxy Note 8 doesn't fare much better.

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You might want to hold off on using Android Messages until Google fixes the mess it made to the app's notification system. #News #AndroidMessages

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Xbox One Getting USB Webcam Support - Microsoft's Xbox One is confirmed to be getting USB webcam support. Here's everything you need to know about this upcoming feature. [ Continue reading this over at RedmondPie.com ]

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"I don’t want anyone to use our tools to undermine democracy," Zuckerberg said.

"At least, not next time..." he is rumored to have muttered quietly to himself.

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Chrome OS Lock Screen Note Taking Coming Soon, First with Google Keep

According to a recent commit in the Chrome OS repository, lock screen note taking applications will soon be enabled by default on Chrome OS devices with stylus support. What’s more, it seems note taking apps such as Google Keep will be leading the charge. Looking at the actual code changes, Google Keep is specifically mentioned in several places.

So what does this mean exactly? Well on Chrome OS, there is a demo mode which can be used to launch some apps without unlocking the device. It may soon be possible that the user can take notes while the device is locked, without having to enter demo mode. This has been a long time coming, with a commit discovered back in July (via ChromeUnboxed) making reference to lock screen note taking. The only difference now is that now the feature appears to be making its way to live devices, as the option has now been enabled by default in Chrome OS’s preferences.

Only note-taking apps which use the new lock screen note taking method will work. This means you cannot use any alternatives until developers implement support in their applications. If you would rather use an application such as Evernote or Microsoft OneNote, that won’t be possible until those apps update to support this feature.

See http://bit.ly/2yC0bIb

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The Wide and Deep Lagoon
Image Credit & Copyright: Michael Miller, Jimmy Walker

Explanation: Ridges of glowing interstellar gas and dark dust clouds inhabit the turbulent, cosmic depths of the Lagoon Nebula. Also known as M8, the bright star forming region is about 5,000 light-years distant.

But it still makes for a popular stop on telescopic tours of the constellation Sagittarius, toward the center of our Milky Way Galaxy. Dominated by the telltale red emission of ionized hydrogen atoms recombining with stripped electrons, this stunning, deep view of the Lagoon is nearly 100 light-years across.

Right of center, the bright, compact, hourglass shape is gas ionized and sculpted by energetic radiation and extreme stellar winds from a massive young star. In fact, the many bright stars of open cluster NGC 6530 drift within the nebula, just formed in the Lagoon several million years ago.

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Is the Pixel 2 enticing enough or are you waiting for the next generation model?

#Android #Google #Pixel2

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Trump’s clash with protesting athletes could be a turning point in pro sports: Debate over kneeling during national anthem could force all athletes to reckon with politics of world outside of sports

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Garlic Kills 14 Types of Cancer and 13 Types of Infection. Why the Doctors Do Not Prescribe?

Alium sativum, garlic, is a plant species traditionally classified within the liliaceae family but currently located in that of the amarilidaceae, although this end is highly

#cancer   #anticancer   #infection   #benefits   #food   #healthyfood   #health   #healthy   #explore   #healthyliving   #homeremedies   #healthcare   #healthycare  

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The Helix Nebula in Infrared
Image Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, Spitzer Space Telescope; Processing: Judy Schmidt

Explanation: What makes this cosmic eye look so red? Dust. The featured image from the robotic Spitzer Space Telescope shows infrared light from the well-studied Helix Nebula (NGC 7293) a mere 700 light-years away in the constellation of the Water Carrier Aquarius.

The two light-year diameter shroud of dust and gas around a central white dwarf has long been considered an excellent example of a planetary nebula, representing the final stages in the evolution of a Sun-like star.

But the Spitzer data show the nebula's central star itself is immersed in a surprisingly bright infrared glow. Models suggest the glow is produced by a dust debris disk.

Even though the nebular material was ejected from the star many thousands of years ago, the close-in dust could have been generated by collisions in a reservoir of objects analogous to our own solar system's Kuiper Belt or cometary Oort cloud.

Had the comet-like bodies formed in the distant planetary system, they would have survived even the dramatic late stages of the star's evolution.

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Mike Trudell breaks down the major storylines from a busy Lakers Media Day.

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Microsoft integrates quantum computing toolkit into next Visual Studio.

Introduces an as yet unnamed quantum computing programming language.

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/09/microsoft-quantum-toolkit/

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I sure freaked out in this horror game! If you have any thoughts about the video, just leave a comment down below. Thanks for watching!

Video ➞ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2ISUIqaxV0&t=25s

My YouTube Channel [DannyYO] ➞ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KtvnEZHYYbm4JXFKyiw6g/featured

#Contemp #ScaryGame #HorrorGame #Gaming #YouTube

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Google Home Finally Lets You Set Reminders Using Your Voice

https://lifehacker.com/google-home-finally-lets-you-set-reminders-using-your-v-1818726671

Shared from my Google feed

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Oh OK, +Samgar Huettner talked me into it, more cherry blossom :)

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Oblivious

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China's first resupply craft, Tianzhou-1, has been deorbited under orders from ground controllers.

Following a set of braking maneuvers, the robotic cargo ship plunged into Earth's atmosphere and burned up late Friday (Sept. 22) Beijing time, according to China's state-run Xinhua news agency.

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Red Star U Antliae: Wide-field image | ESO
This image from the Digitized Sky Survey 2 shows the very red carbon star U Antliae and its surroundings.

Credit: European Southern Observatory (ESO), Digitized Sky Survey 2
Acknowledgement: Davide De Martin
Release Date: September 20, 2017

+European Southern Observatory (ESO)

#ESO #Astronomy #Science #Space #Star #UAntliae #Antlia #Cosmos #Universe #ALMA #Chile #Atacama #SouthAmerica #Europe #STEM #Education

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Mars in the Clouds
Image Credit & Copyright: Sebastian Voltmer

Explanation: Wandering through this stunning field of view, Mars really is in front of these colorful cosmic clouds. The mosaic contructed from telescopic images is about 5 degrees (10 full moons) across.

It captures the planet's position on August 26, over 7 light-minutes from Earth and very near the line-of-sight to bright star Antares and the Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex. In the exposure yellow-hued Mars, above and left, is almost matched by Antares, also known as Alpha Scorpii, below center.

Globular star cluster M4 shines just right of Antares, but M4 lies some 7,000 light-years away compared to Antares' 500 light-year distance. Slightly closer than Antares, Rho Ophiuchi's bluish starlight is reflected by the dusty molecular clouds near the top of the frame.

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Magic Johnson is confident in Lonzo's ability to compete with elite point guards and B.I.'s chances of leading the team in scoring.

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The Orville and Star Trek: Discovery are both basically Star Trek shows that started at around the same time. So far they're both really good, but in very different ways.

Discovery is a tense wartime drama set before the original series. The aesthetic feels more like a Hollywood take on Babylon 5 than Star Trek, but so far the writing and characters are great. It's looking to be the polar opposite of the episodic style of most past Star Trek series. I'm not sure I like the aesthetics of the Klingons in Discovery, but they're certainly compelling antagonists, a fractured empire groping towards unity and resenting the peaceful homogeneity of the Federation.

The Orville isn't nearly as much of a comedy as the commercials tried to make it out to be, but it captures the fun adventure side of Star Trek beautifully, and the comedy and pop culture awareness it brings help it deal with the human side of the characters (figuratively in many cases, but still). Alara, the Chief of Security, is super-strong because her species comes from a high-gravity planet, but when the captain and first officer are captured she gets so stressed over having to command a starship that she throws up.

So yeah. Just like when Deep Space 9 and Babylon 5 were both on the air, my reaction is basically "Hell yes, TWO awesome sci-fi series!"

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Happy 24th Birthday to New England Patriots WR Brandin Cooks!

Read more on: bit.ly/2jZh8t2

#Sports #NFL

(Credit: NFL)

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And where are their chants of "LOCK THEM UP! LOCK THEM UP!"??

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Proud to be an American...
photography by Phil Koch on 500px.com/photo/229559935

#nature #landscape #field #clouds #sky #sun #sunburst #sunrays #sunlight #horizon #beautiful #amazing #outdoor #travel #adell #unitedstatesofamerica

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assuming it is even able to hold cbs all access subscribers through february and get renewed looks like early 2019 will be earliest for season two for those excited about the show.
season one is already being split into two parts, with eight episodes airing between now and November 5, and the second batch of seven episodes beginning in January of 2018. 

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It's Prep Class season! Register now and come "Tackle the Technique" with us!

✅: http://bit.ly/2wgOKUW

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#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

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