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Is it any surprise that the one black guy who stumps for Trump is a complete lunatic with an extremely checked past?

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It looks like a lot of people are unhappy with the direction Google took with Android Oreo. Most of the negativity seems to be surrounding the aesthetics of Android Oreo, which I find odd. Android Oreo is probably the most polished looking update since Lollipop.

Personally, I really like the whole "Oreo theme" with white background and black icons (besides for nighttime viewing) — The white quick setting panel looks modern in comparison to the outdated look of the grey panel from Lollipop-Nougat; the settings page looks cleaner and well-organized with priority options as the main focus, and the removal of the silly slide-out menu.

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JAY-Z & Beyonce Buy $88 Million Bel-Air Mansion http://blbrd.cm/fhgA6k

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George R.R. Martin Says He’s Too Busy Writing to Watch Game of Thrones http://vult.re/2g4Lvwt

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It's almost time, y'all, and you'll be happy to hear you can follow the Note 8-unveiling action on YouTube later today:

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Are you a Bitcoin miner? Or maybe interest to learn more and create a mining project or two?

Check out +SeanHodgins' DIY Bitcoin Lottery device for a fun, easy step into the world of digital currency foraging.

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The Moon may not be that wet after all...

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At age 23, Cuban-American Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski is already one of the most well-known and accomplished physicists in the U.S.

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Conor McGregor gets into two scuffles after Las Vegas arrival http://nyp.st/2g5wkDe

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Here's the Galaxy Note 8 vs the phablet competition right now!

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"I've said for a long time that working out and training and being on the practice field never feels like work to me. But (those summer jobs) definitely felt like work."

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Did the Celtics get the best of Tuesday's blockbuster? Here's our Facebook Live chat breaking down the deal.

http://nesn.com/2017/08/kyrie-irving-trade-reaction-making-sense-of-celtics-cavs-blockbuster/

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Yes, neo-Nazis have rock bands, too. They’ve been around for decades.

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“Fake news!” A young girl in the crowd, who was wearing a white Make America Great Again hat, looked down at the handmade credential round her neck that stated in blue marker: "4th grade press.”

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Symmetry

Macquarie Lighthouse, Sydney

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rain in the morning

#hqspflowers +HQSP Flowers
#btpflowerpro +BTP Flower Pro
+//flower colors//

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My eyes for Brixton lanes _
London August 2017 _

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An Iris in B&W

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Prop up the lion
Lion is the symbol of PML (Pakistan Muslim League), party of recently disqualified prime minister, Nawaz Sharif. The ex prime minister has been judged by supreme court of Pakistan as not truthful/trustworthy and hence unfit to rule the nation (constitutional ruling 62-63)

#pakistan #punjab #street
#streetphotography #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #monochrome #monochromephotography 

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On a mission

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Before you take on the task of stripping paint from your furniture, check this out! http://bit.ly/2g6bBeU

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Ubuntu 17.10 will have GNOME Shell indicator applet support by default. Hurrah for sanity! The results of the GNOME desktop user survey made it crystal clear that, alongside a visible desktop dock, Ubuntu uses want legacy system tray icons to sit in the…

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.@FloydMayweather responds to people saying he's been over-hyping @TheNotoriousMMA
#MayMac #MayweatherMcGregor
http://bit.ly/2g5MRak

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The Oncoming Dark

In the middle of totality of the eclipse, my eclipse-timer app on my phone audibly reminded me to look at the horizons. Only then did I fully take notice of all the colors that were surrounding me in an incredible way. The whole sky resembled the light about 45 minutes after the sun had set, including the mild colors on the horizon. This exposure is even letting in a lot of light... it really was quite dark.
There was also lightning occurring to my right I promptly stopped taking a movie with my wide lens to try and capture a bit of the sky with the sun/moon in it as well.

Taken on the docks of McClellanville, South Carolina, where I'd been waiting for hours just for these precious seconds :).

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Is The Universe Conscious?

"What consciousness is and where it emanates from has stymied great minds in societies across the globe since the dawn of speculation. In today’s world, it’s a realm tackled more and more by physicists, cognitive scientists, and neuroscientists. There are a few prevailing theories. The first is materialism. This is the notion that consciousness emanates from matter, in our case, by the firing of neurons inside the brain."

"Take the brain out of the equation and consciousness doesn’t exist at all. Traditionally, scientists have been stalwart materialists. But doing so has caused them to slam up against the limitations of materialism. Consider the chasm between relativity and quantum mechanics, or Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, and you quickly start to recognize these incongruities."

#consciousness #transpersonal

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August 20, 1967
First game at San Diego Stadium.
In the early 1960s, local sportswriter Jack Murphy, the brother of New York Mets broadcaster Bob Murphy, began to build up support for a multi-purpose stadium for San Diego. In November 1965, a $27 million bond was passed allowing construction to begin. When completed, the facility was named San Diego Stadium.
The Chargers (then a member of the American Football League) played the first game ever at the stadium on August 20, 1967.
Formerly the Los Angeles Chargers, owner Barron Hilton had been convinced by local sports writer Jack Murphy to move the team from the LA Coliseum to San Diego.
San Diego Stadium had a capacity of around 50,000; the three-tier grandstand was in the shape of a horseshoe, with the east end low (consisting of only one tier, partially topped by a large scoreboard). The Chargers were the main tenant of the stadium until the San Diego Padres major-league team started playing in the 1969 season.
In order to accommodate the dimensions of both football and baseball fields, the stadium was constructed with half of the lower (Field Level) level seating built of permanent concrete (in the southern quadrant of the stadium), and the other half of portable modular construction using aluminum or steel framing.
February 1, 2017: Chargers owner Dean Spanos terminated their lease with the City of San Diego and moved the team back to Los Angeles. The team was renamed once again as the Los Angeles Chargers.
#50yearsago #year1967

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Social Behavior is all in Your Genes

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gameplay Walkthrough - Part 6 (Facecam)

[ Let's Play by me ]

「If you enjoy my videos, please subscribe to my YouTube channel! 」

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPwGdUe8sCA&t=25s

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AKA bags Reebok endorsement deal, joining Future and Rae Sremmurd in a global campaign: http://ow.ly/4N2C30eCmee

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Aug. 21 Solar Eclipse, From Ground and Space

A ground-based image of the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017 (gray, middle ring), is superimposed over an image of the Sun’s atmosphere, called the corona (red, outermost ring), as seen by ESA (the European Space Agency) and NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), which watches the Sun from space. At center is an image of the sun’s surface as seen by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory in extreme ultraviolet wavelengths of light.

During a total solar eclipse, ground-based telescopes can observe the lowest part of the solar corona in a way that can’t be done at any other time, as the dim corona is normally obscured by the bright light of the Sun. The structure in the ground-based corona image — defined by giant magnetic fields sweeping out from the Sun’s surface — can clearly be seen extending into the outer image from the space-based telescope. The more scientists understand about the lower corona, the more they can understand what causes the constant outward stream of material called the solar wind, as well as occasional giant eruptions called coronal mass ejections.

Credits:

Innermost image: NASA/SDO

Ground-based eclipse image: Jay Pasachoff, Ron Dantowitz, Christian Lockwood and the Williams College Eclipse Expedition/NSF/National Geographic

Outer image: ESA/NASA/SOHO

https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/goddard/2017/aug-21-solar-eclipse-from-ground-and-space

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Today with #Texans President, Jamey Rootes announcing what's new at NRG Stadium!
#WhatsNewAtNRG

Read more on: bit.ly/2ipmr40

#Sports #NFL #Cheerleaders

(Credit: Houston Texans Cheerleaders)

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Conventional conservatism is making a comeback: One week does not a permanent shift make. But conventional conservatism, beaten down for so long by the Tea Party, Breitbart and Trump, is making a resurgence
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