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Keith Wilson

Keith Wilson 

Speak when it is an improvement upon silence.

Occupation: Repair Technician

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Keith Wilson10,327Keith and Leelee are getting hitched. You are invited to join in if you'd like.Wilson and Iscience Wedding2016-03-19 23:04:3011  
Josh Smith14,390STC -- SAME DAY, NEW TIME -- TUESDAYS AT 2:00 P.M. ET!  *"Constitution, Interrupted: Article II and 'The Executive with Energy'"*  *Guest: Heather Boulware* *AND...we're premiering a new segment on the show featuring the one-and-only @114034120281959056935!*   _Think you know the Constitution?  Well, think again._ You've been hoodwinked.  For decades...well over a century, even.               This is going to be interesting.  And we're going to cover all of it.  The whole document.  Piece by piece.   And you're not going to believe the judicial sophistry that has occurred, for so long, right under your nose.  Well, you'll believe it, but you won't be happy about it.  And that's going to be a good thing, because it has to stop.   Knowledge is the first step.  Get it by watching Some Things Considered, as we continue our multi-episode series, "Constitution, Interrupted." *Some Things Considered* is a weekly Hangout on Air show (Tuesday afternoons at 2:00 p.m. EST) in which Josh Smith and John-Pierre Maeli discuss, occasionally with various guests (and occasionally without), a broad range of issues -- political, legal, and...well, there really isn't a third, all-encompassing adjective that readily comes to mind, but you get the picture.  It's fast-paced (since no one has an attention span anymore), yet with a level of depth and substance that you've come to never, ever expect from any of the "mainstream" viewing options.  You will be entertained, because if you're not, you will never work in this or any other town, ever again, do you hear me? _Mwahahahahahahaha!_ The next episode of Some Things Considered will broadcast on *Tuesday, April 22, at 2:00 p.m. EST.*    *There's LIVE AUDIENCE Q&A!*  Get in on it.  You know you want to, you attention whore.  It's always about you, isn't it?          Join us.  Interact.  Laugh.  Think.  Flourish.             *Watch previous episodes of Some Things Considered at these links:* *Edited Versions* ("STC Preferred-Gold-Platinum-Titanium-Diamond-Select"): http://goo.gl/cW5yHS *Live Versions* ("STC Au Naturel"): http://goo.gl/qxO4sM *Or visit our Google+ Page* (our videos can be found there as well, under "Photos" -- Google is always so goddamn clear with these things, right?) : @101932243604422665877 Some Things Considered (Apr. 22, 2014) (Episode 025)2014-04-22 20:00:0010  
Google Science Fair3,130,221*How can we better understand the creatures of the deep? Come join this Hangout On Air, hosted by @103430512218037500671 of @107538622122068192565 to see the latest - and coolest - device for underwater exploration.* To study the behavior of fishes and invertebrates that live in the oceans' depths, scientists need to observe and interact with these animals in their habitats. But how? Advanced techniques allow for diving to several hundred feet, but human physiology sets practical limits for the type of work and amount of time at that depth. The Exosuit, the newest generation of atmospheric diving systems (ADS), keeps the pilot protected from the effects of pressure and will allow a trained pilot to perform delicate work at depths of up to 1,000 feet (305 meters) for hours. Together with a remotely operated vehicle (ROV), the Exosuit will provide new ways for scientists to observe, photograph, and collect marine life in areas that are otherwise difficult to explore. Live from the @103316048524269527650, come join this Google Science Fair 2014 Hangout On Air to see the the only Exosuit currently in existence. You'll hear how it will be used in deep-dive research this coming summer, along with its partner ROV (remotely operated vehicle). Post your questions using the Q&A app on this page, then come watch live! 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 1800 GMTExosuit! See the only deep-dive Exosuit in existence, live from the American Museum of Natural History2014-02-27 19:15:0090  
Jo Mills3,996Did you not mark your calendars? Shame, shame. Last year +Scott Cramer dared me to sit under my desk at work and share a picture; I did, he reshared and viral chaos ensued ;P It was so much fun that we decided to make it an annual event, so get under your desk (or kitchen table or coffee table), take a pic and post it on G+ with the ridiculously long hashtag #InternationalTakeAPictureUnderYourDeskDay ! And, mind your noggin. Last year some companies even got their whole office involved; along with kids and pets - sitting under your desk is for everyone ;P It's Friday. You aren't really working anyway. Original post from 2012: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ScottCramer/posts/ZpCndemLEQ5#+ScottCramer/posts/ZpCndemLEQ5#InternationalTakeAPictureUnderYourDeskDay2013-11-08 01:00:0054  

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2016-07-27 16:07:22 (39 comments; 1 reshares; 25 +1s; )Open 

Of course you already knew this was happening, right? Food package sizes have been manipulated to hide price changes. You used to get a 16.5-ounce can of corn. Now you get a 14.75-ounce can of corn. Not mentioned in the piece but the easiest place to see it is on the cold cereal aisle. Those cereal boxes are much smaller than they used to be, but the prices have remained the same or gone up. 

Most reshares: 5

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2016-07-27 23:22:10 (0 comments; 5 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

Most plusones: 38

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2016-07-28 14:18:06 (9 comments; 4 reshares; 38 +1s; )Open 

I admire her style and defiance. 

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2016-07-29 01:44:14 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

There is an established pattern of police backing up a colleague’s lie for as long as possible, then having their cover-up exposed by video or outside investigations.

There is an established pattern of police backing up a colleague’s lie for as long as possible, then having their cover-up exposed by video or outside investigations.___

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2016-07-29 01:38:59 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Can't imagine why.

Can't imagine why.___

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2016-07-29 01:17:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

I enjoyed the first season of The Expanse and it got me to listen to audiobooks for the entire series of novels. I'm interested to see where the second season goes as it relates to the novels. Having to wait until 2017 is painful though.

I enjoyed the first season of The Expanse and it got me to listen to audiobooks for the entire series of novels. I'm interested to see where the second season goes as it relates to the novels. Having to wait until 2017 is painful though.___

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2016-07-28 23:57:45 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-28 22:46:55 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-28 22:43:49 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

Since we do most of our TV viewing in the master bedroom and since the largest TV is there. I connected the surround sound a couple of days ago. Compared to the sound from the TV speakers themselves it's night and day. I should have done it months ago. 

Since we do most of our TV viewing in the master bedroom and since the largest TV is there. I connected the surround sound a couple of days ago. Compared to the sound from the TV speakers themselves it's night and day. I should have done it months ago. ___

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2016-07-28 21:50:12 (3 comments; 3 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

From JMS

From JMS___

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2016-07-28 21:45:04 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

I remember seeing this movie in the theater at the time but I recall none of its details.

On this day:
At 28th July of 1995, the Sandra Bullock thriller "The Net" hit theaters across the United States and taught audiences across the country to fear this scary thing called the Internet. Considering that 21 years ago many Americans still weren't accustomed to using the Internet, "The Net" came across as one of the most technophobic mainstream movies since "The Terminator". With an estimated budget of $22 million, "The Net" earned $50,727,965 in domestic box office. Including foreign markets, the film grossed $110,627,965 worldwide, with an additional $23,771,600 in United States rentals.

Odd the way technology works. Two decades ago, there was a completely different technological world, a world of pagers, floppy disks, dial-up modems (which are as obsolete as typewriters), and gigantic brick-like cell phones. Now it's a feature so obsolete that it may as well never have been there.

The mid-1990's was an exciting time when the use of the Internet grew rapidly and it became obvious to everyone that it would soon affect virtually every area of human activity. Alongside the excitement, however, many anxieties were expressed about the potential dangers involved and many of these feature in this movie which presents the kind of nightmare scenario that many people feared. Identity theft, a breakdown of social interaction and cyber-terrorism were all recognised threats and are used to good effect in "The Net" to create a fast-moving thriller that was very topical at the time of its release but now inevitably looks dated.

Angela Bennett (Sandra Bullock) is a computer analyst who works at her home in Venice, California where she identifies and eliminates viruses in programs that are sent to her by San Francisco software company, "Cathedral Systems". When one of her colleagues sends her a program that makes it easy to access and modify data held by government departments, airports, hospitals and banks etc, she's told that he'll soon be travelling down to her home to work with her on the program. Shortly after, he's killed in a plane crash and so she continues with her original plan to go on vacation to Mexico and takes her laptop and a disk containing the new program that she'd been asked to work on.

In Mexico, she meets a smooth-talking man called Jack Devlin (Jeremy Northam) who seduces her but is really only interested in stealing her disk and killing her. When this becomes obvious, Angela manages to escape but after returning home, discovers that her house has been put up for sale and her identity has been swapped with a woman called Ruth Marks who's apparently a criminal wanted by the police.

It swiftly becomes evident that Angela's being pursued by a group of cyber-terrorists called "The Praetorians" and the police and can't prove her real identity because she has, for many years, led a reclusive lifestyle in which her only regular face-to-face contact was with her mother who has Alzheimer's disease.

The only person that Angela knows who could confirm her identity is her ex-psychiatrist and ex-lover, Dr Alan Champion (Dennis Miller) and although he provides some help, he's soon prevented from getting Angela out of her nightmare and she remains on the run until she eventually confronts Devlin for the final time.

There are plenty of chases and well-executed action sequences in "The Net" and Hitchcockian influences such as , the wrong man (woman) theme, the fairground motif and confused identities as well as a disk that becomes the MacGuffin, add extra interest. The power of the terrorists seems overwhelming and an atmosphere of paranoia prevails when amongst other things, the modification of key computer records result in the deaths of a prominent politician, a hospital patient and a software expert who's piloting a plane.

The focus throughout the entire story is on Sandra Bullock's character and her skill in making herself convincingly introverted and work-obsessed plays a huge part in the success of this movie as she outshines everyone else who appears in it

The script is very clever and sure in its knowledge of the capabilities of computers and their relevance in today's world. The costumes, sets, production, and direction of the movie are also quite wonderful. And, despite how it sounds, there is a great deal of exciting action as Angela goes on the run to defeat her enemy. If you love thrillers without unnecessary bloodshed or violence, this is a great choice. It delivers twists and turns with great frequency, making it possible for the viewer to "net" a very good evening of entertainment.

#TheNet #SandraBullock
#90sMovies #Movies #CyberThriller
#SciFi #SciFiFilm #CrimeFilm
#Thriller #ActionFilm
#Onthisday #MovieReview___I remember seeing this movie in the theater at the time but I recall none of its details.

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2016-07-28 21:33:46 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

If you watched any TV during the 90s you should remember Miss Cleo.

If you watched any TV during the 90s you should remember Miss Cleo.___

2016-07-28 21:29:51 (16 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

So I had been having breathing difficulties (chest congestion) for the past 2 weeks. I had initially chalked it up to an asthma attack. I do get those periodically but they tend to resolve themselves within 24-48 hours. After I was still having breathing issues 2 weeks later I decided to get checked out by the doctor. It turns out I have a low-grade pneumonia situation going on, not enough to cause a fever though. Now that I think about it, I probably did have a brief fever when it all began, because I do recall feeling fairly crappy one day, but I credited that to the lack of sleep. I'm just wondering how I picked up pneumonia.

So I had been having breathing difficulties (chest congestion) for the past 2 weeks. I had initially chalked it up to an asthma attack. I do get those periodically but they tend to resolve themselves within 24-48 hours. After I was still having breathing issues 2 weeks later I decided to get checked out by the doctor. It turns out I have a low-grade pneumonia situation going on, not enough to cause a fever though. Now that I think about it, I probably did have a brief fever when it all began, because I do recall feeling fairly crappy one day, but I credited that to the lack of sleep. I'm just wondering how I picked up pneumonia.___

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2016-07-28 19:14:30 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-28 19:13:42 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

No sure I agree with all the episodes on this list or the order, but it's still a good list http://www.empireonline.com/movies/features/best-star-trek-episodes/

No sure I agree with all the episodes on this list or the order, but it's still a good list http://www.empireonline.com/movies/features/best-star-trek-episodes/___

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2016-07-28 17:01:40 (5 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

This wouldn't happen in the US.

2 swedish female police, on their free day, caught a mobile-phone thieve in the park!

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2016-07-28 17:00:31 (16 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

So this happened...

I thought I'd share something that happened to +Keith Wilson​ and I yesterday since I've often been told I purposely seek out racism where there is none. I want you to see that I do try and figure out other factors, and let you decide.

We went to the store location of the company Keith works for to get his glasses fixed and while there, he wanted to see if a customer had been right about them no longer selling TVs in house. While there, a middle aged (maybe late 40s to mid-50s) woman who worked there approached us to ask if we needed help finding anything. We smiled and said no, Keith adding we were just looking. The woman continued to look at me and explain that she was just checking as they were moving her department and she was still figuring out where all the things were and such. I explained we were there to see if they really were getting rid of the TVs because Keith works on them. He chimed in and she only glanced at him while he spoke. She then said to me, "I wonder if he was the one who worked on my TV." Then told her story about her car catching fire and what not. Every time she mentioned something about repairs or a place in town, I'd point to Keith because he was the expert. She'd glance at him some but kept her attention directed at me. Finally, she excused herself to go help another couple. We didn't stick around to observe the interaction, though I know at least initially she spoke to the woman of the couple (both white) but she was both closer around the touching the merchandise.

So, was the saleswoman ___So this happened...

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2016-07-28 14:18:06 (9 comments; 4 reshares; 38 +1s; )Open 

I admire her style and defiance. 

I admire her style and defiance. ___

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2016-07-28 14:12:23 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

A rather thoughtful analysis of something that's been happening in the US lately. The speeches at the DNC have been on themes of family values, patriotism, and American exceptionalism – traditionally Republican themes, but now (with that party's candidate having rejected all of these fairly soundly) up for grabs. The result is something rather interesting, and could have deep effects on politics down the line. This may be a key moment in the realignment of American political parties.

Worth the read, and a ponder.

A rather thoughtful analysis of something that's been happening in the US lately. The speeches at the DNC have been on themes of family values, patriotism, and American exceptionalism – traditionally Republican themes, but now (with that party's candidate having rejected all of these fairly soundly) up for grabs. The result is something rather interesting, and could have deep effects on politics down the line. This may be a key moment in the realignment of American political parties.

Worth the read, and a ponder.___

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2016-07-28 07:35:32 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Black Mirror - Premieres globally October 21, 2016 at 12:01am PT.

Yes!!! So glad +Netflix US & Canada revived it.

Black Mirror - Premieres globally October 21, 2016 at 12:01am PT.

Yes!!! So glad +Netflix US & Canada revived it.___

2016-07-28 07:24:30 (19 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

At what point do you cross the line from being a smartass to being a troll in a discussion thread? 

At what point do you cross the line from being a smartass to being a troll in a discussion thread? ___

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2016-07-28 06:33:35 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-28 06:31:38 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-28 06:25:48 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

I can't wait to see the spin on this one. 

I can't wait to see the spin on this one. ___

2016-07-28 01:51:30 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

Which version of the future would you rather live in? 

Which version of the future would you rather live in? ___

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2016-07-28 01:45:56 (12 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

What’s galling about the WikiLeaks dump is the way in which the organization has blurred the distinction between leaks and hacks. Leaks are an important tool of journalism and accountability. When an insider uncovers malfeasance, he brings information to the public in order to stop the wrongdoing. That’s not what happened here. The better analogy for these hacks is Watergate. To help win an election, the Russians broke into the virtual headquarters of the Democratic Party. The hackers installed the cyber-version of the bugging equipment that Nixon’s goons used... 

What’s galling about the WikiLeaks dump is the way in which the organization has blurred the distinction between leaks and hacks. Leaks are an important tool of journalism and accountability. When an insider uncovers malfeasance, he brings information to the public in order to stop the wrongdoing. That’s not what happened here. The better analogy for these hacks is Watergate. To help win an election, the Russians broke into the virtual headquarters of the Democratic Party. The hackers installed the cyber-version of the bugging equipment that Nixon’s goons used... ___

2016-07-28 01:29:56 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 32 +1s; )Open 

Alright, here's the deal. From this point forward, if you introduce politics into one of my discussion threads that has isn't already about politics, I will delete your comment. Democrat, Republican, Green, Socialist, Libertarian, I don't care. If you derail my non-political thread with politics your comment will be deleted. 

Alright, here's the deal. From this point forward, if you introduce politics into one of my discussion threads that has isn't already about politics, I will delete your comment. Democrat, Republican, Green, Socialist, Libertarian, I don't care. If you derail my non-political thread with politics your comment will be deleted. ___

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2016-07-28 00:26:44 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Think Trolls Act Better Using Their 'Real Name'? Think Again.

There is a theory of internet trolls that goes as follows: they behave worse because they don't have to use their real names. Force them to do that, and they'll behave better.

Google+ tried the theory, but eventually gave up. Facebook still promotes the theory, much to the chagrin of many people booted for having unusual names that someone thought didn't sound 'real'.

Are they right? A team of researchers from the University of Zurich's Institute of Sociology decided to find out.

They gave participants in their research a simple choice: use your real name, or use a pseudonym. From this data they were able to analyze over 500K comments.

So, were the Real Name users better behaved? In a word: no. In two words: dream on.

Users who chose to... more »

Think Trolls Act Better Using Their 'Real Name'? Think Again.

There is a theory of internet trolls that goes as follows: they behave worse because they don't have to use their real names. Force them to do that, and they'll behave better.

Google+ tried the theory, but eventually gave up. Facebook still promotes the theory, much to the chagrin of many people booted for having unusual names that someone thought didn't sound 'real'.

Are they right? A team of researchers from the University of Zurich's Institute of Sociology decided to find out.

They gave participants in their research a simple choice: use your real name, or use a pseudonym. From this data they were able to analyze over 500K comments.

So, were the Real Name users better behaved? In a word: no. In two words: dream on.

Users who chose to use their Real Names were more likely to engage in online 'mass attacks' than pseudonymous users, helping put to bed the idea that Real Name Policies can 'fix' trolling.

Interestingly, and relevantly, Google+'s +Yonatan Zunger​, in explaining their decision to drop the policy, noted that they had similarly failed to find evidence of the policy's effectiveness, noting that if anything such policies tend to exacerbate preexisting power dynamics, as those most vulnerable and marginalized are least able to express themselves freely, while those most privileged are able to behave as they choose.

Trolling is a serious problem on the internet, threatening the power of social networks and other online communities and forums to bring groups and individuals together harmoniously and productively. It is therefore tempting to try to find a simple solution to this complex problem.

If there is one, Real Name Policies aren't it.

#SocialMedia #Trolls___

2016-07-27 23:55:59 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 21 +1s; )Open 

"Break" and "brake" or "aisle" and "isle" aren't that difficult to spell correctly in context.

"Break" and "brake" or "aisle" and "isle" aren't that difficult to spell correctly in context.___

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2016-07-27 23:35:27 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 29 +1s; )Open 

MFW I had to buy new frames for my glasses because the old frames broke while I was taking my glasses off last week. Apparently I didn't buy the extended warranty even though I remember agreeing to get it at the original purchase. It's nice to be able to see properly again. I had been wearing a pair of glasses that were 6 years old in order to get by until I could get back into my current prescription. 

MFW I had to buy new frames for my glasses because the old frames broke while I was taking my glasses off last week. Apparently I didn't buy the extended warranty even though I remember agreeing to get it at the original purchase. It's nice to be able to see properly again. I had been wearing a pair of glasses that were 6 years old in order to get by until I could get back into my current prescription. ___

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2016-07-27 23:22:10 (0 comments; 5 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-27 23:13:15 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Serious spoilers here. Don't click the link if you don't want spoilers. 

Serious spoilers here. Don't click the link if you don't want spoilers. ___

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2016-07-27 23:02:27 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

If anything, it shows even the Internal Affairs division is powerless to stop corrupt cops. They knew of the corruption and still did nothing about it. 

If anything, it shows even the Internal Affairs division is powerless to stop corrupt cops. They knew of the corruption and still did nothing about it. ___

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2016-07-27 22:37:43 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 33 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-27 22:15:35 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

We’re introducing Family Library, a way for up to six family members to share purchases on Google Play. When you buy an eligible app, game, movie, TV show, or book in the Play Store, you can now share it with your family—across devices—with no additional fees → https://goo.gl/XgCOMq

We’re introducing Family Library, a way for up to six family members to share purchases on Google Play. When you buy an eligible app, game, movie, TV show, or book in the Play Store, you can now share it with your family—across devices—with no additional fees → https://goo.gl/XgCOMq___

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2016-07-27 19:53:36 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Nature is brutal, even if you're an apex predator.

Nature is brutal, even if you're an apex predator.___

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2016-07-27 17:37:21 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-27 16:07:22 (39 comments; 1 reshares; 25 +1s; )Open 

Of course you already knew this was happening, right? Food package sizes have been manipulated to hide price changes. You used to get a 16.5-ounce can of corn. Now you get a 14.75-ounce can of corn. Not mentioned in the piece but the easiest place to see it is on the cold cereal aisle. Those cereal boxes are much smaller than they used to be, but the prices have remained the same or gone up. 

Of course you already knew this was happening, right? Food package sizes have been manipulated to hide price changes. You used to get a 16.5-ounce can of corn. Now you get a 14.75-ounce can of corn. Not mentioned in the piece but the easiest place to see it is on the cold cereal aisle. Those cereal boxes are much smaller than they used to be, but the prices have remained the same or gone up. ___

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2016-07-27 14:49:07 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 32 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-27 14:30:17 (6 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Once again, cops get away with criminally negligent behavior because it's extremely difficult to prosecute a law enforcement officer. It amounts to a license to kill.

JUST IN: Charges dropped against officers in #freddieGray case: http://on.nbc10.com/JtB3oJ7___Once again, cops get away with criminally negligent behavior because it's extremely difficult to prosecute a law enforcement officer. It amounts to a license to kill.

2016-07-27 14:26:10 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

I don't recall the "Hillary or Bust" people getting as much media attention in 2008 as the Bernie fans are getting today. The media is manufacturing this split. 

I don't recall the "Hillary or Bust" people getting as much media attention in 2008 as the Bernie fans are getting today. The media is manufacturing this split. ___

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2016-07-27 14:21:25 (9 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-27 01:18:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

All four Dolly clones are aging healthily, delicious.

All four Dolly clones are aging healthily, delicious.___

2016-07-27 01:16:15 (13 comments; 0 reshares; 21 +1s; )Open 

No complex problem has a tweetable solution. 

No complex problem has a tweetable solution. ___

2016-07-27 00:10:42 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 27 +1s; )Open 

I guess I can only conclude that to some people I don't sound like myself over the phone. Today I had yet another customer to go into detail about what the guy on the phone had told them. The problem was that I was that guy. I know exactly what I said and how I said it. I just listened in amusement to my conversation being described to me in third person. 

I guess I can only conclude that to some people I don't sound like myself over the phone. Today I had yet another customer to go into detail about what the guy on the phone had told them. The problem was that I was that guy. I know exactly what I said and how I said it. I just listened in amusement to my conversation being described to me in third person. ___

2016-07-26 23:12:55 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

No, I cannot wait at your home while you finish your shopping and return home.

Contrary to popular opinion, you are not the service tech's only service call of the day. Other customers are waiting. If you're not home we can't wait more than 10-15 minutes for you to get home. Your service call will need to be rescheduled. 

No, I cannot wait at your home while you finish your shopping and return home.

Contrary to popular opinion, you are not the service tech's only service call of the day. Other customers are waiting. If you're not home we can't wait more than 10-15 minutes for you to get home. Your service call will need to be rescheduled. ___

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2016-07-26 18:08:24 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-26 15:11:26 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

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