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Ralph Gauthier

Ralph Gauthier 

One of approx. 7B humans being living on the pale blue dot ...

Occupation: IT Professional

Location: Omaha, NE

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2016-09-23 23:14:25 (86 comments; 14 reshares; 73 +1s; )Open 

So the argument is, "You can't sue us for rigging the primaries because you knew we were rigging the primaries". ... Wow. Only a lawyer ...

Most reshares: 14

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2016-09-23 23:14:25 (86 comments; 14 reshares; 73 +1s; )Open 

So the argument is, "You can't sue us for rigging the primaries because you knew we were rigging the primaries". ... Wow. Only a lawyer ...

Most plusones: 73

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2016-09-23 23:14:25 (86 comments; 14 reshares; 73 +1s; )Open 

So the argument is, "You can't sue us for rigging the primaries because you knew we were rigging the primaries". ... Wow. Only a lawyer ...

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2016-09-26 22:24:03 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Well, if you're looking for solid reasons to justify your vote for Trump, ... this site may help.

Well, if you're looking for solid reasons to justify your vote for Trump, ... this site may help.___

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2016-09-26 16:39:29 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

If you still read books, you should probably bump this one to the front of your queue. If you prefer to get your education in smaller nuggets, then you really should watch this video.

If you still read books, you should probably bump this one to the front of your queue. If you prefer to get your education in smaller nuggets, then you really should watch this video.___

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2016-09-26 15:56:11 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

How many of these have you heard mindlessly regurgitated by Despicable T's minions?

How many of these have you heard mindlessly regurgitated by Despicable T's minions?___

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2016-09-26 15:25:16 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Welcome back, Keith Olbermann!

It's good to have him back.___Welcome back, Keith Olbermann!

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2016-09-25 13:39:32 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

Very difficult not to get depressed.

Very difficult not to get depressed.___

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2016-09-25 13:38:12 (3 comments; 13 reshares; 24 +1s; )Open 

Gold, oil, food, water, ... It's all about ruling the world.

Gold, oil, food, water, ... It's all about ruling the world.___

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2016-09-24 10:08:38 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

I hope Stephen Colbert is going to be around for a long time.

I hope Stephen Colbert is going to be around for a long time.___

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2016-09-24 05:49:01 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

If you want to understand what BLM and people like Colin Kaepernick are actually protesting about, then you should read this.

If you want to understand what BLM and people like Colin Kaepernick are actually protesting about, then you should read this.___

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2016-09-24 02:00:18 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Another clueless, white conservative and a Trump campaign chair no less. What are the odds?

Another clueless, white conservative and a Trump campaign chair no less. What are the odds?___

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2016-09-24 00:07:14 (4 comments; 3 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

Well I know I'm tired. LOL!

Well I know I'm tired. LOL!___

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2016-09-23 23:54:05 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Another GOP lying POS? Is this even worth posting?

Another GOP lying POS? Is this even worth posting?___

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2016-09-23 23:14:25 (86 comments; 14 reshares; 73 +1s; )Open 

So the argument is, "You can't sue us for rigging the primaries because you knew we were rigging the primaries". ... Wow. Only a lawyer ...

So the argument is, "You can't sue us for rigging the primaries because you knew we were rigging the primaries". ... Wow. Only a lawyer ...___

2016-09-23 03:34:46 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

Re-posted (from Facebook) with permission from Ryan Evans.

Ok, this is going to be painful, but it's time. It's long, but I know it's valuable for a few of you.

Summary first, explanation after: It's time to actively support a Clinton Presidency.

Like a number of people, I'm incredibly frustrated that our choices are what they are this election cycle. It's far past time to recognize that, in an era of unprecedented information availability and ease of communication, a forced binary choice is a historical artifact that's bad for the Republic.

That said, it is what it is. Maybe work can be done for the next round, but THIS time, there will be a realistic, binary choice....and this time, it matters.

I've struggled with Clinton from the beginning. It's not because of Beghazi (more on that ridiculous distraction... more »

Re-posted (from Facebook) with permission from Ryan Evans.

Ok, this is going to be painful, but it's time. It's long, but I know it's valuable for a few of you.

Summary first, explanation after: It's time to actively support a Clinton Presidency.

Like a number of people, I'm incredibly frustrated that our choices are what they are this election cycle. It's far past time to recognize that, in an era of unprecedented information availability and ease of communication, a forced binary choice is a historical artifact that's bad for the Republic.

That said, it is what it is. Maybe work can be done for the next round, but THIS time, there will be a realistic, binary choice....and this time, it matters.

I've struggled with Clinton from the beginning. It's not because of Beghazi (more on that ridiculous distraction some other time), and it's not because she's a woman. It's because I disagree with her approach on several key planks. Let me make that very clear: I don't necessarily disagree with her POSITION on those issues, I disagree with her APPROACH on them.

I could have supported a Sanders candidacy. I disagreed with him on a majority of his approaches as well, but for the first time in awhile, there were enough that I DID agree with that I could have actually supported him for positive reasons. Alas, the system doesn't allow me that choice.

This is not uncommon....in several of the elections since I turned 18, the major parties we're locked into have completely failed me, and have pushed me to do my civic duty, show up at the polls, and write in a vote for Bill The Cat. Thus is the life of a true Independent.

Then, last night, I actually experienced it. I got involved in a discussion with somebody who openly advocated violence toward people who wouldn't stand for the Pledge. She was so mad, so enraged, taking the whole protest movement SO personally, that she honestly couldn't understand that she was openly advocating violence to deny somebody's exercise of a Constitutional right. I pointed out to her that THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT THE PROTESTERS WERE PROTESTING, and it couldn't penetrate the rage, and the personalization of the "affront".

This is what a Trump candidacy gives us. Remember, folks, this IS 2016.....broad access to information has a side-effect: it gives hatred, inflammation, and just plain uninformed opinion more currency than it's ever had, and it spreads just as fast as the valuable information.

Don't tell me that he doesn't actually incite violence. He doesn't have to. Like human beings have always done, they nurture hate, violence, and thoughts that they know aren't right or appropriate. Normally, they keep these controlled....they know they're inappropriate, so they either push them down, or, if they're decent people, they try to work through them.

Now we have a public figure, somebody who has the legitimacy of a Presidential candidacy, saying those things. He's creating an environment where those feelings everybody has been keeping to themselves are now ok...after all, a man on the TV is saying them, they must be acceptable now, right? Now we're seeing a wave of synergistic rage and violence like we in the US have never seen before.

That's not to say the world hasn't seen that kind of synergy before. It has....it happened in Germany in 1933.

You can call me an alarmist. You can tell me that it's the 21st century, and we've learned enough that THAT can't ever happen again. My response would be....I've seen the hate. Think about it....how is a President Trump likely to respond to a riot? Consider the aftermath of the Reichstag fire.

Do we want to even risk it?

Hillary Clinton is not my first, 5th, or even 15th choice for President. But it's time to support her....not just tolerate her, but SUPPORT her, as the only reasonable response to hate. The system should allow us more, but it doesn't. Deal with the here and now.___

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2016-09-22 18:23:15 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Nothing will change until we start punishing the people in charge.

Nothing will change until we start punishing the people in charge.___

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2016-09-22 18:20:24 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Again, the idiocy of Libertarianism rears it's ugly head.

Again, the idiocy of Libertarianism rears it's ugly head.___

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2016-09-21 19:01:31 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Past time for this.

Create a national database for police shootings

"As a 34-year veteran of the Maryland State Police & Baltimore Police Department, petitioner is troubled that there is no national database to track police shootings of civilians.

This means we don’t know exactly how many people are killed by police each year. And lawmakers and other authorities don't have the information they need when making decisions about policy changes that could save lives.

Currently the best data available on police killings is from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting but these killings are self-reported by law enforcement and participation in the database is voluntary -- only about 750 agencies contribute to it, a fraction of the 17,000 law enforcement agencies in the United States.

The Department of Justice must create a comprehensive national database of police shooting killings by police to take a step toward preventing more senseless killings."

Click for details and please SIGN and share petition to create a database as an important first step to improving policing and saving lives.___Past time for this.

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2016-09-21 18:47:37 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

How much would you like to wager, that a lot of Americans are less disturbed by this than by a few athletes refusing to stand for the National Anthem?

How much would you like to wager, that a lot of Americans are less disturbed by this than by a few athletes refusing to stand for the National Anthem?___

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2016-09-21 15:11:58 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Time to drop the hammer on corporations.

I would be willing to grant them the tax amnesty if the loopholes that allowed them to play this shell game were permanently closed and they couldn't avoid paying their fair share of taxes going forward. Also, if they are lobbying for the tax amnesty using the promise that they will invest the profits in the American economy, I would attach strings to the amnesty to insure that they keep their promise.

Time to drop the hammer on corporations.

I would be willing to grant them the tax amnesty if the loopholes that allowed them to play this shell game were permanently closed and they couldn't avoid paying their fair share of taxes going forward. Also, if they are lobbying for the tax amnesty using the promise that they will invest the profits in the American economy, I would attach strings to the amnesty to insure that they keep their promise.___

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2016-09-21 14:43:50 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

This was inevitable. That's just the country we live in. You have the right to express your opinion but if I don't like it, I will f**** kill you.

Good for you, Colin Kaepernick. Rock on!

This was inevitable. That's just the country we live in. You have the right to express your opinion but if I don't like it, I will f**** kill you.

Good for you, Colin Kaepernick. Rock on!___

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2016-09-20 22:21:30 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

How does this happen in America?

How does this happen in America?___

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2016-09-20 18:10:16 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

Maybe when we start having open and honest discussions about the thing being protested and actually start trying to do something about it rather than condemning the protesters, they'll stop protesting. Just a thought.

Maybe when we start having open and honest discussions about the thing being protested and actually start trying to do something about it rather than condemning the protesters, they'll stop protesting. Just a thought.___

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2016-09-19 19:01:52 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s; )Open 

Ten or fifteen years out? I don't think so. That prototype looked ready for primetime in 2015 and it probably won't be long before it arrives in a theater near you.

Ten or fifteen years out? I don't think so. That prototype looked ready for primetime in 2015 and it probably won't be long before it arrives in a theater near you.___

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2016-09-19 15:56:08 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

It's tough to say which is the most often referenced amendment to the Constitution, the first or the second but the First Amendment may be the most misunderstood.

1965. Fresno, CA.

I still recall the teacher speaking to us about the right to not speak/recite the pledge of allegiance. We were told that one could stand or sit. Our choice.

Why? Because we had some students that were exercising that right. Nobody harassed the kids that did not recite the pledge, and they chose to remain seated.

It was decided in 1943, in the middle of WWII
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West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette, 319 U.S. 624 (1943), is a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States holding that the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution protected students from being forced to salute the American flag and say the Pledge of Allegiance in school. The Court's 6–3 opinion, delivered by Justice Robert H. Jackson, is remembered for its forceful defense of free speech and constitutional rights generally as being placed "beyond the reach of majorities and officials."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Virginia_State_Board_of_Education_v._Barnette
http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/319/624.html___It's tough to say which is the most often referenced amendment to the Constitution, the first or the second but the First Amendment may be the most misunderstood.

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2016-09-18 22:19:41 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

The Republican Party does not work for nor care about the American people. They work for the big banks, big pharma, big oil. They tell you that by taking care of these special interests, that they will make your lives better. They are lying through their teeth.

The Republican Party does not work for nor care about the American people. They work for the big banks, big pharma, big oil. They tell you that by taking care of these special interests, that they will make your lives better. They are lying through their teeth.___

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2016-09-18 16:46:16 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

I posted this a year ago today when none of you thought that he had a snowball's chance in hell of getting this far.

I posted this a year ago today when none of you thought that he had a snowball's chance in hell of getting this far.___

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2016-09-18 15:35:43 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Mylan has been gouging it's customers because it has a legal monopoly and the solution is to allow them to gouge the American public? That's a solution?

Mylan has been gouging it's customers because it has a legal monopoly and the solution is to allow them to gouge the American public? That's a solution?___

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2016-09-16 06:56:43 (3 comments; 3 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

I think that the American people are owed an explanation.

I think that the American people are owed an explanation.___

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2016-09-15 12:54:44 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

Reason is superior to faith.

Reason is superior to faith.___

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2016-09-15 12:38:43 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Makes perfect sense.

Makes perfect sense.___

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2016-09-14 15:49:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

v/ +Thom Bayne​

A Trump supporter sucker punches a 69-yr old woman ... ON OXYGEN! Niiiiiice. But Trump doesn't incite violence. Nnnoooo ...

Trump rallies attract violent assholes like a pooh attracts flies.

Deplorable...___v/ +Thom Bayne​

A Trump supporter sucker punches a 69-yr old woman ... ON OXYGEN! Niiiiiice. But Trump doesn't incite violence. Nnnoooo ...

Trump rallies attract violent assholes like a pooh attracts flies.

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2016-09-14 15:36:00 (85 comments; 4 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

Like the closing paragraph ...

Although they certainly don't intend it, Republicans have become the party that would make financial fraud easier to pull off. And they can't even blame Trump for that.

I don't know if Republicans genuinely hate you if you aren't rich or if they're just too damned stupid to learn from their mistakes.

If you enjoyed the Great Recession, keep voting Republican.

#CFPB

Like the closing paragraph ...

Although they certainly don't intend it, Republicans have become the party that would make financial fraud easier to pull off. And they can't even blame Trump for that.

I don't know if Republicans genuinely hate you if you aren't rich or if they're just too damned stupid to learn from their mistakes.

If you enjoyed the Great Recession, keep voting Republican.

#CFPB___

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2016-09-13 16:58:45 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Just another example of corporate greed.

___Just another example of corporate greed.

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2016-09-13 15:41:45 (13 comments; 4 reshares; 21 +1s; )Open 

The people pulling the strings have your attention focused on non-existent, in-person, voter fraud when the real threat to democracy is election fraud.

The same thing that is being reported in this article was reported during the Democratic Primaries. There was a state (I forget which one), where there was a double digit discrepancy between Hillary's votes and the exit polls but the results in all other races were within the margin of error. That is evidence (not proof) of "vote flipping" and that may be what happened in Kentucky.

If you don't believe that there is at least a real possibility that there is election fraud going on then, in my opinion, you are being very naive.

As spelled out in the Constitution, elections are under the control of the states but election laws vary from state to state and sometimes there are even inconsistencies between... more »

The people pulling the strings have your attention focused on non-existent, in-person, voter fraud when the real threat to democracy is election fraud.

The same thing that is being reported in this article was reported during the Democratic Primaries. There was a state (I forget which one), where there was a double digit discrepancy between Hillary's votes and the exit polls but the results in all other races were within the margin of error. That is evidence (not proof) of "vote flipping" and that may be what happened in Kentucky.

If you don't believe that there is at least a real possibility that there is election fraud going on then, in my opinion, you are being very naive.

As spelled out in the Constitution, elections are under the control of the states but election laws vary from state to state and sometimes there are even inconsistencies between districts or counties within the same state, regarding how votes are recorded and counted. With all of these flaws, it is easy to see (at least for me), how there could be opportunities for hacking election results and if that's true then, in my opinion, it's almost a certainty that the hacking is occurring. There is just too much at stake for me to believe otherwise. If I am right about this, how can we trust the very foundation on which our democracy stands?___

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2016-09-13 14:38:02 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

v/ +Jane Millerick​​

It's going to get to the point where we are being monitored 24x7. There will be nothing that authorities won't know about you other than what you're possibly thinking right now. Remember the South Park episode about the Toilet Saftey Administration (TSA)?

When Adam's father found out the police had taken his son's DNA, he immediately contacted the Melbourne Police Department to ask what the department intended to do with the sample and on what legal basis it had been taken. As a doctor, he understood what had happened could have far-reaching implications.

"My concern, being in the medical field, is that it's not just Adam's DNA," he said. (ProPublica is withholding his name to protect the privacy of his son.) "It's my DNA, it's my wife's DNA, and our parents. Not to sound bad, but you just getner... more »

Via +Isaiah R ___v/ +Jane Millerick​​

It's going to get to the point where we are being monitored 24x7. There will be nothing that authorities won't know about you other than what you're possibly thinking right now. Remember the South Park episode about the Toilet Saftey Administration (TSA)?

When Adam's father found out the police had taken his son's DNA, he immediately contacted the Melbourne Police Department to ask what the department intended to do with the sample and on what legal basis it had been taken. As a doctor, he understood what had happened could have far-reaching implications.

"My concern, being in the medical field, is that it's not just Adam's DNA," he said. (ProPublica is withholding his name to protect the privacy of his son.) "It's my DNA, it's my wife's DNA, and our parents. Not to sound bad, but you just get nervous. There's some collateral damage there."

Sanders explained that Adam had given his consent, making the sample usable under department policy, though it had not yet been sent to the lab for testing. He said that as long as Adam didn't get into trouble, the family had nothing to fear.

How many times have those words been used to justify taking away our rights and freedoms? I heard the same words being spoken when the Patriot Act was being debated in Congress. How many times have the intrusions started out requiring our consent only to become mandatory? The Patriot Act was supposed to be temporary. How did that work out?

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2016-09-13 14:07:35 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 

See the problem?

See the problem?___

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2016-09-13 13:56:44 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

v/ +Ron Dobbs​​

If you look at this and still don't believe that humans are the primary force driving climate change or if you don't understand why present day climate change is such a serious problem ... then you are definitely ... part of the problem.

___v/ +Ron Dobbs​​

If you look at this and still don't believe that humans are the primary force driving climate change or if you don't understand why present day climate change is such a serious problem ... then you are definitely ... part of the problem.

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2016-09-13 07:17:56 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

v/ +Thom Bayne​
That's about right.

___v/ +Thom Bayne​
That's about right.

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2016-09-12 17:50:47 (1 comments; 4 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

v/ +Ron Dobbs​
The hypocrisy of Trump supporters if just freaking mind boggling.

___v/ +Ron Dobbs​
The hypocrisy of Trump supporters if just freaking mind boggling.

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2016-09-12 17:46:11 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

How many of you call in sick when you get a cold or a touch of the flu? Does your boss or do your co-workers then question your ability to do the job?

Hillary has freak'n pneumonia, something that would put most of you in bed, if not the hospital, and she's STILL keeping to her schedule of public appearances but you question her fitness for the office of POTUS based on her health. ... Do you really not see the ridiculousness of that? Of course you don't.

How many of you call in sick when you get a cold or a touch of the flu? Does your boss or do your co-workers then question your ability to do the job?

Hillary has freak'n pneumonia, something that would put most of you in bed, if not the hospital, and she's STILL keeping to her schedule of public appearances but you question her fitness for the office of POTUS based on her health. ... Do you really not see the ridiculousness of that? Of course you don't.___

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2016-09-12 16:43:40 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

v/ +Ron Dobbs​​​

Global warming is the most terrifying and serious threat facing humanity.

“What makes climate change difficult is that it is not an instantaneous catastrophic event,” he said. “It’s a slow-moving issue that, on a day-to-day basis, people don’t experience and don’t see.”

...

Mr. Obama chalks up the contradictions both to politics and to the amorphous, unseen nature of the threat.

“It feels like, ‘Meh, we can put this off a little bit,’” he said.

I am reminded of a joke ...

I guy falls off a fifty-story building and as he passed each floor he is heard saying, "So far so good. So far so good. So ... "

Great New York Times interview with President Obama on his climate legacy. The president said that he will stay active in the fight against global warming after leaving the White House. The article also quotes Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign chairman John Podesta who says that Clinton will prioritize climate change as president, saying that “it will be first-order business." ___v/ +Ron Dobbs​​​

Global warming is the most terrifying and serious threat facing humanity.

“What makes climate change difficult is that it is not an instantaneous catastrophic event,” he said. “It’s a slow-moving issue that, on a day-to-day basis, people don’t experience and don’t see.”

...

Mr. Obama chalks up the contradictions both to politics and to the amorphous, unseen nature of the threat.

“It feels like, ‘Meh, we can put this off a little bit,’” he said.

I am reminded of a joke ...

I guy falls off a fifty-story building and as he passed each floor he is heard saying, "So far so good. So far so good. So ... "

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2016-09-12 16:06:40 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

I know that this is still really pissing some of you off to no end but are you missing the forest for the trees?

You May not support Colin Kaepernick's right to protest in the manner in which he has chosen. You may be incensed over the fact that he has growing support but the thing that he is protesting needs to be brought to the table. If this helps do that, then it's a good thing.

I know that this is still really pissing some of you off to no end but are you missing the forest for the trees?

You May not support Colin Kaepernick's right to protest in the manner in which he has chosen. You may be incensed over the fact that he has growing support but the thing that he is protesting needs to be brought to the table. If this helps do that, then it's a good thing.___

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2016-09-12 15:15:32 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

One nice feature of Facebook is the reminder of things you have posted x years ago today.

Here's an article from "Psychology Today" that I shared in 2010 that explains why, if you're a liberal, that you may feel that the average liberal is more intelligent than the average conservative. (and you might be right)

One nice feature of Facebook is the reminder of things you have posted x years ago today.

Here's an article from "Psychology Today" that I shared in 2010 that explains why, if you're a liberal, that you may feel that the average liberal is more intelligent than the average conservative. (and you might be right)___

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2016-09-12 01:36:15 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

This is not good.

This is not good.___

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2016-09-12 01:22:54 (16 comments; 4 reshares; 18 +1s; )Open 

I am genuinely filled with fear for what could happen in November. 

I am genuinely filled with fear for what could happen in November. ___

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2016-09-11 19:10:16 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Cool little robots but I was reading an article on facebook that was touting these little bots for being able to do the job for $7 an hour as opposed to $25 an hour. The little bots don't actually get paid but it's another example of human jobs being replaced by technology. How are humans going to live when there just aren't enough jobs to employ most of the population? We need to start working on that problem now.

Cool little robots but I was reading an article on facebook that was touting these little bots for being able to do the job for $7 an hour as opposed to $25 an hour. The little bots don't actually get paid but it's another example of human jobs being replaced by technology. How are humans going to live when there just aren't enough jobs to employ most of the population? We need to start working on that problem now.___

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2016-09-11 18:29:01 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

I have always loved #sunrise and #sunset. Maybe now I know why.

I have always loved #sunrise and #sunset. Maybe now I know why.___

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2016-09-11 16:23:36 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Overall, this is probably a good thing. Can anyone think of a downside?

Overall, this is probably a good thing. Can anyone think of a downside?___

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2016-09-10 02:19:37 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Trump is just a symptom.

Trump is just a symptom.___

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2016-09-10 01:15:25 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

Why would you?

___Why would you?

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