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We imagine the exchange went something like...

Reporter: Why hasn't public support influenced your decisions regarding #netneutrality?
FCC: Lalalalalalalala, can't hear you. Lalalalalalala.

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We seriously CAN'T with this Beyonce and Blue Ivy news!
#celebrities #celebrity #celebs

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Latest Firefox Nightly Adds CSD Option -->

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Firefox 57 is awesome — so awesome that I’m finally using it as my default browser again. But there is one thing it the Linux version of Firefox sorely needs: client-side decoration. If you follow this site on…

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The next Mars rover could ride across the alien planet on a new kind of tire that remembers its shape after running over rocks.

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Day After NFL Player Kneels During Anthem, Trump Sends Roger Goodell a Message He Can’t Ignore

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With our teardown of Duo 20 in October, we spotted that Google’s video messaging service was working on screen sharing. We have since been able to activate this useful feature that lets you quickly show off something on your phone’s display.

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Jerry Jones isn’t very happy these days. The Dallas Cowboys owner has flip-flopped on his support for players kneeling during the national anthem and publicly bristled at.....

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As the NBA goes through stylistic changes, players at each position must adjust their game. The current pace-and-space era values centers who are.....

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A Revolution in Custom ROMs: How Project Treble makes Porting Android Oreo a 1 Day Job

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Deal: BeatsX In-Ear Wireless Headphones for $99 - 11/24/17

#android #news #beatsx #wireless #headphones

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When something that sounds like a tinfoil hat conspiracy, actually turns out to be legit.
One night in Carlsbad, and the world's an oyster...

Last week, I was talking about this very event. George Soros and a mysterious group of people were meeting in a posh resort in California. The event required utmost secrecy of the attendees, who themselves were donors come together to discuss the liberal agenda to build the infrastructure for a progressive United States.

Now, the sweetest pleasures.

Not only did this Washington Post reporter attend, whom everyone thought was unbiased, but she was a keynote speaker! Her panel was on "Getting the Economic Narrative Right." The economic narrative? I think they're talking about something that hasn't happened yet. Given George Soros having a history of illegal monetary securities manipulation (he's a convicted criminal), and the allegations of illegal activity in Macedonia, or the fact that Hungary (his native country) doesn't want him back in their country (ever), this just screams danger. What kind of narrative do you need the news to pitch to the American people, that you have to plan it at a dark, shadowy meeting of liberals?

"Good evening America, we know that the economy is in the tank, and you can blame it on conservatives. All the money has been frozen to prevent it from being stolen by the 1% (of which is George Soros). The money trail leads to the wealthy, so the government of President Kamala Harris has seized it and will redistribute it to everyone. That said, martial law is still in effect for the United States. Congress is no longer suspended and the hard right conservatives have been arrested for colluding in treason. Safe zones have been set up to help you get access to your money through the new People's Bank Card. You can voice your opinion openly at these policed locations without fear of reprisal or hurting the peoples' feelings. Economically, we can recover and the government will see to it that everyone has equality and equity. Ownership is the past and the future is sharing. It belongs to The People!"

Sounds far fetched, right? :::Points to Poland::: Those nationalists aren't alt-right by our understanding. They're Communists. Once you peel back the racial purity veil, they're Communists who want entitlements for the people and a government to make sure everyone is the same. The difference between the United States and Poland is ethnic diversity. So the racial purity component won't work here.

Oh, and why did I say President Kamala Harris? Because she and Nancy Pelosi opened the George Soros shady meeting event with a personal video message. A sitting United States Democrat Senator also attended and was also a keynote speaker.

This isn't fantasy, people. This isn't tinfoil hat bullshit about Freemasonry or Aliens. This is the first REAL EVIDENCE that a wealthy multi-billionaire is actively seeking and meeting with co-conspirators against the citizens and government of the United States. George Soros held this event to discuss attacking the United States from within, by his buying elections for Democrat prosecutors across the country. He needs donations to support his efforts. He just shelled the bulk of his wealth into (ironically) the "Open Society" non-profit he established in the United States. They're based in the California San Francisco bay area. And each of the attendees to this ultra secret meeting in Carlsbad ponied up $20,000 to attend. That's a down payment on a $100,000+ home, to put it in liberal agenda speak. It's also the total cost of a single commuter car for an impoverished family 👪.

I rest my case, folks. You find out who all attended this event by the so called "Democracy Alliance", and I bet every one of them wears a hidden lapel pin showing their true allegiance... and it isn't to We The People.

Hail Hydra, indeed.
https://youtu.be/PGcTX1uDWAw

#HailHydra #Conservative #freedom #GOP #Soros

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"I’m a warm person; I hug people. I’ve learned from recent stories that in some of those encounters, I crossed a line for some women — and I know that any number is too many," Sen. Al Franken wrote in an apology released Thursday.

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Powered by Android Lollipop at launch, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have already received Marshmallow and Nougat updates, looking pretty good all of a sudden for Oreo revisions as well:

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It's to build new homes for Service personnel and their families on Salisbury Plain...

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By David Kipping/Cool Worlds

Astronomers are in a frenzy pointing their telescopes an alien visitor - the first asteroid which appears to have originated from outside the Solar System. So what do we know about this object, called 'Oumuamua, so far and how special is it really?

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ESA has released images captured by its Mars Express space probe that show the Mars area called Sirenum Fossae. The High Resolution Camera Stereo Camera (HRSC) camera allowed to take photos of an area whose appearance was determined by an ancient volcanic activity, with the result that a system of tectonic faults called graben in jargon stretched for thousands of kilometers on the red planet's surface.

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Not worried about net neutrality? Here are a few reasons you should be.

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Good news if you have this issue on your phone.

#Android #News #Pixel2XL #Google

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You can get 20% off my book Linux For Makers by using the promo code "BOOKME20" https://www.makershed.com/products/make-linux-for-makers

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there may have been a time and place
when your dreams were devoid of color
but you did not panic, did you?
after all, life has a way of working itself out
"hang on for the ride of your life" they shouted











and hang on for dear life I did...

https://soundcloud.com/aboveandbeyond/group-therapy-259-with-above

many thanks to +Alex Lapidus for leading the Blur and Unsharp Photography Programs where this piece was born as part of an assignment.. I want to publicly thank this wonderful group of people in the programs that enrich the process with their attention, advice and encouragement. I couldn't have expressed myself this way without your support :))

how about some outside inspiration then?
take a look at the superb dimensional works of: @adam_neate

Happy bargain hunting!

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Open house at the old airport

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shrooms in autumn

#fungusfriday by +Shawn McClure+Fungus Friday
#hqspmacro +HQSP Macro
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Food supplement

Capped langur (Trachypithecus pileatus)

Bhutan

This large male had carried a sizable piece of rock up a tree and was meticulously breaking off pieces and grinding them in his hands as to release the good parts. He would then seemingly taste a piece and eat it all if it was of the right stuff.

You can see his white lips from previous tastings.

The rest of the group was in part doing the same or just hanging out. After some more chipping off of the rock it just dropped it. The rock hit the ground with a loud thump which was proof that this was a powerful male able to lift and carry a big piece of abrasive rock up the tree to have his supplement of the day.

There are most definitely more easy ways to get this done, and I encountered other langurs eating off the dust of the roads which is quite interesting to watch as it looks like they are praying.

#wildlife #mammals #monkey #bhutan

Image Copyright © 2017 +Morten Ross
Image Capture Date: 05 April 2017 10:22
Altitude: 1828 meters

#hqspanimals +HQSP Animals
#BTPAnimalPRO+BTP Animal Pro , owned by +Nancy Dempsey , curated by +Annette Junge Daugaard

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“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.” – Anonymous

A photo I took on the Costa Rica's Caribbean coastline.

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Jacaranda

Nothing says "summer is here" quite like Jacaranda trees in bloom, great swathes of colour across the landscape, the sound of willow on leather as the cricket season get underway, the buzz of mosquitos... well we could do without the mosquitos I guess.

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Small But Distinct Differences Among Species Mark Evolution of Human Brain

The most dramatic divergence between humans and other primates can be found in the brain, the primary organ that gives our species its identity.

The research is in Science. (full access paywall)

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Here are the 20 best Amazon Black Friday deals we could find this morning.

#deals #amazon #blackfriday #blackfridaydeals

https://drd.life/2A51yTC

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Face Unlock was a part of Android for a long time, but in the midst of Samsung’s recent releases and Apple’s iPhone X, it’s making a return to a handful of devices. One of those is the new OnePlus 5T, and the company has recently taken the time to go into…

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“The Hubble Deep Field saw approx. 13+ Billion Light Years in one direction, so can we can assume we would see 13+ Billion in all directions? The deep field picture showed infant galaxies that are misshapen and just short of the first stars. The big bang itself lies just beyond. Does this imply that the entire universe is roughly 26+ Billion Light Years across? How is it that I have seen estimates showing we only see a small percentage of all the structure that is out there in our universe?”

When we look out at the distant Universe with our most powerful telescopes, as far as we can possibly see, what do we find? Galaxies, smaller and fainter and more and more distant, as far as we’re capable of looking. We have yet to hit the limit of where the galaxies come to an end; as far as we’ve ever been able to look, we’ve found light. Yet at some point, they must cease. There can’t be an infinite number of galaxies in a finite volume of space, and since the Universe has only had 13.8 billion years since the Big Bang, there has to be a finite number of galaxies, and a point beyond which they no longer exist. The deepest view of the Universe, the Hubble eXtreme Deep Field, revealed 5,500 galaxies in a volume comprising just 1/32,000,000th of the sky. But even that appears to be less than 10% of the galaxies out there in the Universe, despite containing galaxies much more distant than 13.8 billion light years.

How does this all make sense? And what do we know about what we haven’t yet seen? Find out on this week’s Ask Ethan!

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The Charlotte Hornets have officially ruled out swingman Nicolas Batum for Friday’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers due to an.....

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You could spend your holiday weekends playing worse games

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Assistant-powered smart speakers are everywhere now and you can buy them in quite a few different form factors. The most compelling, though, has been the small and affordable Google Home Mini, and now it’s going to be even more affordable through the end…

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Trump Only Needed Three Words to Tell US Military Exactly How He Feels About Them in Thanksgiving Message

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Charlie Rose was a thorn in writer’s side http://nyp.st/2A3zL60

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The brain requires nutrients just like your heart, lungs or muscles do. But which foods are best for brain health? Check this list to see what you should eat to optimize your brain power.

http://www.thehealthypage.com/5-best-foods-brain-health/

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Amazon should outright own Kohl's, as it would give the company a place to sell and store merchandise, and accept returns, Kniffen said.

"Four hundred Whole Foods stores isn't going to do that for them," he said. And Kohl's $7.5 billion market capitalization would only be "pocket change" for Amazon.
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