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Lotus Carroll1,771,667Welcome to The Selfie Sunday Project for October 18th. This is a Public event open to all - join us in capturing a current self portrait! *Theme*: Shadows _I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me, And what can be the use of him is more than I can see..._ ~Robert Louis Stevenson Please read this post for the guidelines and FAQ for Selfie Sunday: http://goo.gl/SKnkZ8 Please only post one photo to the event. That photo should be taken during the event weekend, or the week prior to the event. Please no dipping into the archives. Your photo can be taken from Monday, October 12th up until Monday morning, October 19th. (Older photos posted will be removed from the event.)  The event will be open for uploading photos at 8:00 PM Central on the Saturday before. Click the Add Photos button in the event to upload your images. As always, have some fun! Everyone is looking forward to some great self portraits. :-) Any questions? We have many moderators in the Art of Self Portraiture Community who can help you along the way. Drop in and ask questions: http://goo.gl/W69Ohj #selfysunday   #selfiesunday   #selfportraiture   #selfportrait   #shadows  The Selfie Sunday Project: Shadows2015-10-18 03:00:0046  
SmugMug46,951Dear SmugMug Photographer, In seven days, on Tuesday, July 30th at 10:30 a.m. PDT, we're unveiling the new SmugMug. We will be streaming our announcement live and direct from our headquarters in Mountain View, California. Join us for a 30-minute webcast with our CEO and Chief Geek, @116570889542655364711. See the new look, catch a live demo, and be a part of the biggest launch since SmugMug started in 2002. We’re so grateful you found us. Thank you for entrusting us through the years with your priceless photos. We consider you part of our family and can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on. We think you’re gonna love it. Please tune into our UStream channel on July 30th at 10:30AM PST to view the announcement! http://www.ustream.tv/smugmug @114957514313448364645 & @116570889542655364711  Founders, photographers, regular guysUnveiling The New SmugMug2013-07-30 19:30:00287  
Google Analytics6,801,668How well does your site perform? Are the slow pages affecting your conversation rates or driving away potential visitors and clients? In this perfcast, we will talk with Justin Cutroni and Ilya Grigorik about the new "real user measurement" (RUM) capabilities available in Google Analytics: we will discuss how the data is collected, what it means, and take a deep dive into some of the advanced use cases of how you can leverage this data within Google Analytics. Link to event: http://goo.gl/5htIOMake the Web Fast: Measuring performance with Google Analytics Site Speed reports2012-08-14 23:00:00311  

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2017-07-14 03:50:13 (7 comments; 1 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

Edit: Bernecker passed away from his injuries. :(

John Bernecker, a vetted stuntman in the industry, was taken to Atlanta Medical Center on Wednesday after he fell more than 20 feet onto a concrete floor. The incident happened on The Walking Dead’s set down in Georgia, and Bernecker was Medevaced to the hospital where he is being treated in the intensive care unit.

Most reshares: 28

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2017-07-18 19:51:04 (0 comments; 28 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

Jeff Sessions makes a great Granny!

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2017-07-12 01:54:27 (1 comments; 24 reshares; 23 +1s; )Open 

Bwahaha!

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2017-07-22 19:15:27 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Awesome! (BTW I never use "president" when referring to Drumpf. He's just the *resident.)
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The new legislation sharply limits the *resident’s ability to suspend or terminate the sanctions. At a moment when investigations into the Trump campaign’s interactions with Russian officials have cast a shadow over his *residency, Mr. Trump could soon face a bleak decision: veto the bill — and fuel accusations that he is doing the bidding of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia — or sign legislation imposing sanctions his administration abhors.

Awesome! (BTW I never use "president" when referring to Drumpf. He's just the *resident.)
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The new legislation sharply limits the *resident’s ability to suspend or terminate the sanctions. At a moment when investigations into the Trump campaign’s interactions with Russian officials have cast a shadow over his *residency, Mr. Trump could soon face a bleak decision: veto the bill — and fuel accusations that he is doing the bidding of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia — or sign legislation imposing sanctions his administration abhors.___

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2017-07-21 19:16:40 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

...talking about healthcare in the wake of this terrible news isn’t disrespectful, it isn’t in poor taste, and it isn’t political opportunism—it’s the goddamn point. The personal hell that John McCain and his loved ones are walking through right now is the point of it all.

...talking about healthcare in the wake of this terrible news isn’t disrespectful, it isn’t in poor taste, and it isn’t political opportunism—it’s the goddamn point. The personal hell that John McCain and his loved ones are walking through right now is the point of it all.___

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2017-07-21 15:30:02 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

#ResignationLetter

#ResignationLetter___

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2017-07-21 13:29:53 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

This is sooooo me. I'm constantly saying "Excuse me" as I wade through the #riverofdogs in the house.

___This is sooooo me. I'm constantly saying "Excuse me" as I wade through the #riverofdogs in the house.

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2017-07-21 13:09:32 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

[Mayor Betsy] Hodges said on Thursday that “I expect body cams will be active the moment an officer begins responding to a call” and that they “should have been on in this case.” That the cameras were not recording on Saturday, she said, suggested a failure in training, a violation of policy or a deficiency in the current policy.

She called on the Police Department to consider updating the policy, and on officers to “record more footage than they have been.” A recent report by a Minnesota news station, KSTP-TV, found that Minneapolis officers recorded relatively little body camera footage, averaging around five to six hours each during one month this year.

[Mayor Betsy] Hodges said on Thursday that “I expect body cams will be active the moment an officer begins responding to a call” and that they “should have been on in this case.” That the cameras were not recording on Saturday, she said, suggested a failure in training, a violation of policy or a deficiency in the current policy.

She called on the Police Department to consider updating the policy, and on officers to “record more footage than they have been.” A recent report by a Minnesota news station, KSTP-TV, found that Minneapolis officers recorded relatively little body camera footage, averaging around five to six hours each during one month this year.___

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2017-07-21 12:57:10 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Five years ago, the Affordable Care Act had yet to begin its expansion of health insurance to millions of Americans, but Jeff Brahin was already stewing about it.

“It’s going to cost a fortune,” he said in an interview at the time.

This week, as Republican efforts to repeal the law known as Obamacare appeared all but dead, Mr. Brahin, a 58-year-old lawyer and self-described fiscal hawk, said his feelings had evolved.

“As much as I was against it,” he said, “at this point I’m against the repeal.”

“Now that you’ve insured an additional 20 million people, you can’t just take the insurance away from these people,” he added. “It’s just not the right thing to do.”

As Mr. Brahin goes, so goes the nation.

Five years ago, the Affordable Care Act had yet to begin its expansion of health insurance to millions of Americans, but Jeff Brahin was already stewing about it.

“It’s going to cost a fortune,” he said in an interview at the time.

This week, as Republican efforts to repeal the law known as Obamacare appeared all but dead, Mr. Brahin, a 58-year-old lawyer and self-described fiscal hawk, said his feelings had evolved.

“As much as I was against it,” he said, “at this point I’m against the repeal.”

“Now that you’ve insured an additional 20 million people, you can’t just take the insurance away from these people,” he added. “It’s just not the right thing to do.”

As Mr. Brahin goes, so goes the nation.___

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2017-07-21 03:35:01 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

'Some of [Mueller's] investigators have vast experience prosecuting financial malfeasance, and the prospect that Mr. Mueller’s inquiry could evolve into an expansive examination of Mr. Trump’s financial history has stoked fears among the president’s aides. Both Mr. Trump and his aides have said publicly they are watching closely to ensure Mr. Mueller’s investigation remains narrowly focused on last year’s election._

'Some of [Mueller's] investigators have vast experience prosecuting financial malfeasance, and the prospect that Mr. Mueller’s inquiry could evolve into an expansive examination of Mr. Trump’s financial history has stoked fears among the president’s aides. Both Mr. Trump and his aides have said publicly they are watching closely to ensure Mr. Mueller’s investigation remains narrowly focused on last year’s election.____

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2017-07-20 21:19:48 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

"The net takeout is it's a potential negative for pricing and profitability for white box appliances," said Bob Wetenhall at RBC. "I don't think Alexa is the big deal here. … It's more the fact that Amazon is going to sell Kenmore-branded appliances."

"The net takeout is it's a potential negative for pricing and profitability for white box appliances," said Bob Wetenhall at RBC. "I don't think Alexa is the big deal here. … It's more the fact that Amazon is going to sell Kenmore-branded appliances."___

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2017-07-20 18:37:26 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

#ReleaseParty

#ReleaseParty___

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2017-07-20 18:32:51 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Somebody's been watching those Ancient Aliens shows.

Somebody's been watching those Ancient Aliens shows.___

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2017-07-20 17:55:17 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

It takes time getting used to the fact that every presidential meeting and social encounter will be captured. However, President Obama is comfortable in his own skin, and I give myself credit for easing into the process. I tried to anticipate when he needed space, and after about three to six months, we figured out our dance.

It takes time getting used to the fact that every presidential meeting and social encounter will be captured. However, President Obama is comfortable in his own skin, and I give myself credit for easing into the process. I tried to anticipate when he needed space, and after about three to six months, we figured out our dance.___

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2017-07-20 02:45:40 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Holy shit!

Holy shit!___

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2017-07-19 16:44:44 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Prior to the July 12 protest, news outlets were warning their readers to “prepare to be assaulted” by the extent of the protest, after major players like Google, Facebook, Netflix, and Amazon announced their participation in the Day of Action.

But as many of those same news outlets have since pointed out, the aforementioned major players barely did anything to promote the protest where it counted: on their most visible and highly trafficked homepages and within their mobile apps.



Prior to the July 12 protest, news outlets were warning their readers to “prepare to be assaulted” by the extent of the protest, after major players like Google, Facebook, Netflix, and Amazon announced their participation in the Day of Action.

But as many of those same news outlets have since pointed out, the aforementioned major players barely did anything to promote the protest where it counted: on their most visible and highly trafficked homepages and within their mobile apps.

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2017-07-19 15:32:22 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Thanks to the Senate's health-care fiasco, we have the perfect example of how easy it is for politicians to cast a staged vote when it has no political repercussion but chicken out as soon as it does. Let's remember that two of the three Republican senators now refusing to support a bill only repealing Obamacare without replacing it voted for exactly this measure a year and a half ago.

...The difference then was that Republicans knew an outright repeal wouldn't become law, not with a Democratic president in the White House. At the time, it was their way to score points with their base by playing the part of rescuer from President Obama's health-care law, which for years they've used as a political punching bag. They were free to support repeal because the coverage losses were just theoretical -- abstract number they didn't need to reckon with as reality.

Thanks to the Senate's health-care fiasco, we have the perfect example of how easy it is for politicians to cast a staged vote when it has no political repercussion but chicken out as soon as it does. Let's remember that two of the three Republican senators now refusing to support a bill only repealing Obamacare without replacing it voted for exactly this measure a year and a half ago.

...The difference then was that Republicans knew an outright repeal wouldn't become law, not with a Democratic president in the White House. At the time, it was their way to score points with their base by playing the part of rescuer from President Obama's health-care law, which for years they've used as a political punching bag. They were free to support repeal because the coverage losses were just theoretical -- abstract number they didn't need to reckon with as reality.___

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2017-07-19 02:13:46 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

These consumers could face a rocky few months at the least, as the insurers on which they rely decide how to respond to the political chaos. Some companies could become more skittish about staying in the marketplaces for 2018, while others could try to ratchet up their prices depending on how events in Washington unfold.

These consumers could face a rocky few months at the least, as the insurers on which they rely decide how to respond to the political chaos. Some companies could become more skittish about staying in the marketplaces for 2018, while others could try to ratchet up their prices depending on how events in Washington unfold.___

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2017-07-18 19:51:04 (0 comments; 28 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

Jeff Sessions makes a great Granny!

Jeff Sessions makes a great Granny!___

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2017-07-18 19:25:22 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

There are at least four deeply ironic things about McCain’s health situation:

1) As Vox’s Dylan Scott explained, nothing less than a health emergency has thrown the GOP’s health reform plan into disarray.

2) The senator’s office is saying the blood clot was discovered during a routine physical, which is exactly the type of preventive service Obamacare expanded and the Better Care Act could curtail.

3) The craniotomy sounds like an emergency surgery (though McCain’s office would not confirm that). Obamacare required insurance plans sold in the individual market, the fully insured small-group market, and through Medicaid to cover a list of 10 “essential health benefits”, including emergency healthcare. The Better Care Act would allow health insurers to once again sell skimpier insurance plans that might not include such comprehensive benefits.
4) Life-sav... more »

There are at least four deeply ironic things about McCain’s health situation:

1) As Vox’s Dylan Scott explained, nothing less than a health emergency has thrown the GOP’s health reform plan into disarray.

2) The senator’s office is saying the blood clot was discovered during a routine physical, which is exactly the type of preventive service Obamacare expanded and the Better Care Act could curtail.

3) The craniotomy sounds like an emergency surgery (though McCain’s office would not confirm that). Obamacare required insurance plans sold in the individual market, the fully insured small-group market, and through Medicaid to cover a list of 10 “essential health benefits”, including emergency healthcare. The Better Care Act would allow health insurers to once again sell skimpier insurance plans that might not include such comprehensive benefits.

4) Life-saving surgeries like these would also be out of reach for more people if the GOP plan were to pass, since it’s expected to leave millions more Americans without insurance compared to Obamacare.___

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2017-07-18 18:03:43 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

For two months last April and May, Aurore Valade isolated herself in a remote village in the Haute-Bigorre region of France, close to the Pyrenees. She spent her time there in “total immersion”, embracing the alternative lifestyles of those she met. The result? Her #photography project Se Manifester, which, along with her series Digo Yo, have been awarded this year’s Photo Folio Review at the Rencontres d’Arles festival.

For two months last April and May, Aurore Valade isolated herself in a remote village in the Haute-Bigorre region of France, close to the Pyrenees. She spent her time there in “total immersion”, embracing the alternative lifestyles of those she met. The result? Her #photography project Se Manifester, which, along with her series Digo Yo, have been awarded this year’s Photo Folio Review at the Rencontres d’Arles festival.___

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2017-07-18 18:02:43 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

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2017-07-18 15:30:51 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

The federal agencies that stockpile drugs — including the military, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs — have long realized the savings in revisiting expiration dates.

In 1986, the Air Force, hoping to save on replacement costs, asked the FDA if certain drugs' expiration dates could be extended. In response, the FDA and Defense Department created the Shelf Life Extension Program.

Each year, drugs from the stockpiles are selected based on their value and pending expiration, and analyzed in batches to determine whether their end dates could be safely extended. For several decades, the program has found that the actual shelf life of many drugs is well beyond the original expiration dates.

A 2006 study of 122 drugs tested by the program showed that two-thirds of the expired medications were stable every time a lotwas... more »

The federal agencies that stockpile drugs — including the military, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs — have long realized the savings in revisiting expiration dates.

In 1986, the Air Force, hoping to save on replacement costs, asked the FDA if certain drugs' expiration dates could be extended. In response, the FDA and Defense Department created the Shelf Life Extension Program.

Each year, drugs from the stockpiles are selected based on their value and pending expiration, and analyzed in batches to determine whether their end dates could be safely extended. For several decades, the program has found that the actual shelf life of many drugs is well beyond the original expiration dates.

A 2006 study of 122 drugs tested by the program showed that two-thirds of the expired medications were stable every time a lot was tested. Each of them had their expiration dates extended, on average, by more than four years, according to research published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences.___

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2017-07-18 01:27:49 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

By jumping together, Mr. Moran and Mr. Lee ensured no one would be the definitive “no” vote.

By jumping together, Mr. Moran and Mr. Lee ensured no one would be the definitive “no” vote.___

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2017-07-18 00:48:12 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

For all the #DoctorWho complainers.

For all the #DoctorWho complainers.___

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2017-07-17 16:05:27 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Why buy an extra seat when you can just compress air out of your carapace?
I <3 Twitter

Why buy an extra seat when you can just compress air out of your carapace?
I <3 Twitter___

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2017-07-17 15:39:35 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

The Minnesota Department of Public Safetysaid it was investigating the incident, although there appeared to be no video footage because the officers’ body cameras were switched off.

The police department said the squad car's camera also failed to capture the incident.



The Minnesota Department of Public Safetysaid it was investigating the incident, although there appeared to be no video footage because the officers’ body cameras were switched off.

The police department said the squad car's camera also failed to capture the incident.

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2017-07-17 15:35:55 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Great googly moogly!

Great googly moogly!___

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2017-07-17 15:32:30 (1 comments; 5 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Bwahahaha! Amateurs!
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An administrative gaffe led to the distribution of some 200 congratulatory letters that identify Obama as the U.S. president to newly minted citizens, The Hill reported.

Aisha Sultan, a columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, shared a photo of her British-born husband’s letter on Twitter Friday, raising attention to the error that was liked more than 169,000 times.

Bwahahaha! Amateurs!
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An administrative gaffe led to the distribution of some 200 congratulatory letters that identify Obama as the U.S. president to newly minted citizens, The Hill reported.

Aisha Sultan, a columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, shared a photo of her British-born husband’s letter on Twitter Friday, raising attention to the error that was liked more than 169,000 times.___

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2017-07-17 14:46:44 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

So Facebook wants to emphasize private groups now? I'm pretty sure that Communities is one of the reasons people think Google+ is a "ghost town"; people are doing all their interacting privately and not venturing out into the open.

So Facebook wants to emphasize private groups now? I'm pretty sure that Communities is one of the reasons people think Google+ is a "ghost town"; people are doing all their interacting privately and not venturing out into the open.___

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2017-07-17 12:54:12 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Well, hell. I first became aware of him when he starred in the Mission: Impossible TV series. After that, I noticed him in all kinds of earlier movies as they were played on television. Great actor, and apparently a fellow with a great sense of humor.

Well, hell. I first became aware of him when he starred in the Mission: Impossible TV series. After that, I noticed him in all kinds of earlier movies as they were played on television. Great actor, and apparently a fellow with a great sense of humor.___

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2017-07-17 02:47:44 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

The statement from Mr. McCain’s office said a two-inch blood clot was removed from “above his left eye” during a “minimally invasive craniotomy with an eyebrow incision” at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix, “following a routine annual physical."...A craniotomy is an opening of the skull, and an eyebrow incision would be used to reach a clot in or near the left frontal lobes of the brain, neurosurgeons who were not involved in Mr. McCain’s care said.

The statement from Mr. McCain’s office said a two-inch blood clot was removed from “above his left eye” during a “minimally invasive craniotomy with an eyebrow incision” at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix, “following a routine annual physical."...A craniotomy is an opening of the skull, and an eyebrow incision would be used to reach a clot in or near the left frontal lobes of the brain, neurosurgeons who were not involved in Mr. McCain’s care said.___

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2017-07-16 17:48:02 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

“The emails are simply put damning as a legal matter,” explains Ryan Goodman, a former Defense Department special counsel and current editor of the legal site Just Security. “The text of the emails provide very clear evidence of participation in a scheme to involve the Russian government in federal election interference, in a form that is prohibited by federal criminal law.”

Jens David Ohlin, a law professor at Cornell University, is even blunter: “It’s a shocking admission of a criminal conspiracy.”

Legal experts say Donald Trump Jr has just confessed to a federal crime___“The emails are simply put damning as a legal matter,” explains Ryan Goodman, a former Defense Department special counsel and current editor of the legal site Just Security. “The text of the emails provide very clear evidence of participation in a scheme to involve the Russian government in federal election interference, in a form that is prohibited by federal criminal law.”

Jens David Ohlin, a law professor at Cornell University, is even blunter: “It’s a shocking admission of a criminal conspiracy.”

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2017-07-16 17:27:55 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

When the United States invaded Iraq 14 years ago to topple Saddam Hussein, it saw Iraq as a potential cornerstone of a democratic and Western-facing Middle East, and vast amounts of blood and treasure — about 4,500 American lives lost, more than $1 trillion spent — were poured into the cause.

From Day 1, Iran saw something else: a chance to make a client state of Iraq, a former enemy against which it fought a war in the 1980s so brutal, with chemical weapons and trench warfare, that historians look to World War I for analogies. If it succeeded, Iraq would never again pose a threat, and it could serve as a jumping-off point to spread Iranian influence around the region.

When the United States invaded Iraq 14 years ago to topple Saddam Hussein, it saw Iraq as a potential cornerstone of a democratic and Western-facing Middle East, and vast amounts of blood and treasure — about 4,500 American lives lost, more than $1 trillion spent — were poured into the cause.

From Day 1, Iran saw something else: a chance to make a client state of Iraq, a former enemy against which it fought a war in the 1980s so brutal, with chemical weapons and trench warfare, that historians look to World War I for analogies. If it succeeded, Iraq would never again pose a threat, and it could serve as a jumping-off point to spread Iranian influence around the region.___

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2017-07-16 15:14:22 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Good thing Senator McCain has good health insurance provided by the American taxpayers.

Good thing Senator McCain has good health insurance provided by the American taxpayers.___

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2017-07-14 17:49:12 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

“He’s probably the top intelligence guy in the entire U.S. government on Russia. He knows more than anybody about what’s going on there,” said one source whose correspondence with the official was revealed in the hack.

While it’s unclear whether the hack is an isolated incident or part of a broader campaign, it comes amid a widening investigation into Russian cyberattacks that included interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Those attacks, according to officials and documents, go beyond high-level political operatives and include experts and think tanks, particularly those working on Russia issues.

___“He’s probably the top intelligence guy in the entire U.S. government on Russia. He knows more than anybody about what’s going on there,” said one source whose correspondence with the official was revealed in the hack.

While it’s unclear whether the hack is an isolated incident or part of a broader campaign, it comes amid a widening investigation into Russian cyberattacks that included interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Those attacks, according to officials and documents, go beyond high-level political operatives and include experts and think tanks, particularly those working on Russia issues.

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2017-07-14 17:28:17 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

From arguing over small change while a ship sinks into stormy water, to standing idly on the beach as a tsunami approaches, psychologists have known for years that people make self-destructive decisions under pressure. Though news reports tend to focus on miraculous survival, if people escape with their lives it’s often despite their actions – not because of them.

From arguing over small change while a ship sinks into stormy water, to standing idly on the beach as a tsunami approaches, psychologists have known for years that people make self-destructive decisions under pressure. Though news reports tend to focus on miraculous survival, if people escape with their lives it’s often despite their actions – not because of them.___

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2017-07-14 17:07:39 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

You think your commute is tough?

You think your commute is tough?___

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2017-07-14 16:49:50 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

‘I'm scared. But this work needs to be shown’: Zanele Muholi's 365 protest photographs
Her house has been broken into, her images stolen. But the South African will not stop using photography to highlight massacres, homophobia, hate crimes and rape. She talks about her new series: taking a self-portrait every day for a year

‘I'm scared. But this work needs to be shown’: Zanele Muholi's 365 protest photographs
Her house has been broken into, her images stolen. But the South African will not stop using photography to highlight massacres, homophobia, hate crimes and rape. She talks about her new series: taking a self-portrait every day for a year___

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2017-07-14 15:41:09 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

When you walk outside and your glasses fog up, you know it's humid.
#whattheforecast #wtforecast

When you walk outside and your glasses fog up, you know it's humid.
#whattheforecast #wtforecast___

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2017-07-14 13:55:03 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

What can art do for you? Brighten your wall. Return your investment. Snag you a pass to a V.I.P. lounge. That’s about it in the art fair age. And if those are your criteria of aesthetic value, I can’t think what you’d make of “Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium” at the Whitney Museum of American Art, a survey of scrappy, ephemeral work so high on politics, drugs and crazy love as to seem to be from some other planet, which it is: Planet 1960s/’70s, as occupied by one sometimes-transplanted Brazilian artist for 42 brief years.

What can art do for you? Brighten your wall. Return your investment. Snag you a pass to a V.I.P. lounge. That’s about it in the art fair age. And if those are your criteria of aesthetic value, I can’t think what you’d make of “Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium” at the Whitney Museum of American Art, a survey of scrappy, ephemeral work so high on politics, drugs and crazy love as to seem to be from some other planet, which it is: Planet 1960s/’70s, as occupied by one sometimes-transplanted Brazilian artist for 42 brief years.___

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2017-07-14 03:50:13 (7 comments; 1 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

Edit: Bernecker passed away from his injuries. :(

John Bernecker, a vetted stuntman in the industry, was taken to Atlanta Medical Center on Wednesday after he fell more than 20 feet onto a concrete floor. The incident happened on The Walking Dead’s set down in Georgia, and Bernecker was Medevaced to the hospital where he is being treated in the intensive care unit.

Edit: Bernecker passed away from his injuries. :(

John Bernecker, a vetted stuntman in the industry, was taken to Atlanta Medical Center on Wednesday after he fell more than 20 feet onto a concrete floor. The incident happened on The Walking Dead’s set down in Georgia, and Bernecker was Medevaced to the hospital where he is being treated in the intensive care unit.___

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2017-07-13 17:01:34 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

This is your bum - and this is your bum on drugs

This is your bum - and this is your bum on drugs___

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2017-07-13 16:24:38 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

The guy to give Tony Stark a run for his money is Jesse Lovell, a cosplayer from Brisbane, Australia, who built an insanely realistic version of Iron Man's super suit via 3D printer. He posted his creation to Reddit Thursday, saying that the suit is made up of 152 pieces and took him six months to complete.

The guy to give Tony Stark a run for his money is Jesse Lovell, a cosplayer from Brisbane, Australia, who built an insanely realistic version of Iron Man's super suit via 3D printer. He posted his creation to Reddit Thursday, saying that the suit is made up of 152 pieces and took him six months to complete.___

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2017-07-13 15:12:25 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Silence of the Shutter. “It puts the gaussian blur on its skin, or it gets the hose again.” —Troy D. Davidson

Silence of the Shutter. “It puts the gaussian blur on its skin, or it gets the hose again.” —Troy D. Davidson___

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2017-07-12 20:24:41 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

This is pretty wonderful, #precious

This is pretty wonderful, #precious___

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2017-07-12 17:20:30 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Photographers entered images in three categories: professional, amateur, and youth. More than 5,500 images depicting birdlife from 49 states and eight Canadian provinces, were judged.

Photographers entered images in three categories: professional, amateur, and youth. More than 5,500 images depicting birdlife from 49 states and eight Canadian provinces, were judged.___

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2017-07-12 12:24:21 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Larsen C, like two smaller ice shelves that collapsed before it, was holding back relatively little land ice, and it is not expected to contribute much to the rise of the sea. But in other parts of Antarctica, similar shelves are holding back enormous amounts of ice, and scientists fear that their future collapse could dump enough ice into the ocean to raise the sea level by many feet. How fast this could happen is unclear.

Larsen C, like two smaller ice shelves that collapsed before it, was holding back relatively little land ice, and it is not expected to contribute much to the rise of the sea. But in other parts of Antarctica, similar shelves are holding back enormous amounts of ice, and scientists fear that their future collapse could dump enough ice into the ocean to raise the sea level by many feet. How fast this could happen is unclear.___

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2017-07-12 01:54:27 (1 comments; 24 reshares; 23 +1s; )Open 

Bwahaha!

Bwahaha!___

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2017-07-11 19:40:36 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

This is absolutely crazy, except not as crazy as what we have now. And The Rock is registered Independent.
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The poll Johnson is referring to is coming from People magazine and it shows that the 2016 Sexiest Man Alive would lead Trump 42 to 37 in a match-up. And, here’s the kicker: 15 percent of Americans who voted for Trump would support The Rock. That’s a pretty big deal.
If Johnson does follow through with his presidential run, can you just imagine Trump ever trying to do another wrestling video of him with CNN, again? Johnson would win that in a heartbeat. Also, if Putin ever decides to take off his shirt again for a media op in Russia, our new president would probably put him to shame by returning the favor.

This is absolutely crazy, except not as crazy as what we have now. And The Rock is registered Independent.
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The poll Johnson is referring to is coming from People magazine and it shows that the 2016 Sexiest Man Alive would lead Trump 42 to 37 in a match-up. And, here’s the kicker: 15 percent of Americans who voted for Trump would support The Rock. That’s a pretty big deal.
If Johnson does follow through with his presidential run, can you just imagine Trump ever trying to do another wrestling video of him with CNN, again? Johnson would win that in a heartbeat. Also, if Putin ever decides to take off his shirt again for a media op in Russia, our new president would probably put him to shame by returning the favor.___

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2017-07-11 18:42:04 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

If Trump imposes tariffs against foreign products, the other nations are likely to hit us with tariffs on uniquely American products that enjoy a lot of popularity overseas: #Kentuckybourbon and #Tennesseewhisky. Likewise, pulling out of trade agreements like TPP and NAFTA leave those industries unprotected from overseas infringements, especially in Asia where they would happily slap "bourbon" on anything they can.

If Trump imposes tariffs against foreign products, the other nations are likely to hit us with tariffs on uniquely American products that enjoy a lot of popularity overseas: #Kentuckybourbon and #Tennesseewhisky. Likewise, pulling out of trade agreements like TPP and NAFTA leave those industries unprotected from overseas infringements, especially in Asia where they would happily slap "bourbon" on anything they can.___

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2017-07-11 18:22:32 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Some very cool photos here. #drones #photography

Some very cool photos here. #drones #photography___

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2017-07-11 03:01:11 (0 comments; 16 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

#WeveGotHookers 

#WeveGotHookers ___

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