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David Greene (Nøkkenbuer) has been shared in 10 public circles

AuthorFollowersDateUsers in CircleCommentsReshares+1Links
CircleCount67,537Profiles/Pages having a CircleCount link on their about page.This is the follow up link to this post: https://plus.google.com/+CircleCount/posts/Uoru6vQw9gnThanks for the idea +Luc Suy, these are all awesome people/pages ;)Thanks for using CircleCount to all!2014-01-06 21:45:0633721422CC G+
Luis Vidal0Circle of PsychologyOnly currently active people. #psychology   #psychologycircle   #circleshare   #sharedcircles  2013-08-16 17:43:1942002CC G+
Ram bo0I was a long time not here, therefore I want share a circle with you, with a lot of fun and interesting people. please add and share it2013-02-21 09:39:35467234CC G+
Joe Martinez26,875Best People to Circle on Google+ Part 2This is the 2nd circle of amazing people and brand pages to add to your Google+ circles! Know of other amazing people I should add to this circle? Let me know in the comments below! This circle includes people like +Mitch Hayes, +Colin Lovett, +Tessie L'Amour, +Johnny Roquemore, +Amanda Spurlock, +Jason ON, +Mark Bruce, +Naren Mangtani, +Ward Plunet, +Tom Rolfson, +Mellie B, +Nate Jay, +Daniel Ibanez, +Brian Matiash, +Rich Pollett, +Maria Bartiromo, +Matt Uebel, +Mari Thomas, +Kim Flowers, +2012-07-02 01:53:32442442033CC G+
Joe Martinez25,016Best of the Best People to Follow on Google+ Circle #2A few weeks ago I shared the first circle of amazing people to follow on Google+ and now as promised here is the 2nd circle! These are some of the best posters out there on Google+ so make sure to add the circle if you want more outstanding content in your stream! Also feel to share as well! Some of the amazing people included in this circle are: +Jeremy Hall, +Farran Lee, +Tracie Smalls, +Elle Gray, +Tom Rolfson, +Siegfried Hirsch, +Marvin Chow, +Dalai Lama, +Mona Nomura, +Victor Bezrukov, +Adam Sandler, +David Greene, +Johnny Roquemore, +Richard Branson, +Natascha Otero, +Boris Gorelik, +Vince BadPanda Herrera, +Anthony Dash, +2012-05-15 06:44:45415391936CC G+
Mitchel Rodwell0+Duncan Hayes , +Hanii Leigh this is a big circle, which I call "Political". You'll find people with strong political views here, as well as political news and people who care about politics. I'd advise you add one or the other out of this and my other circle, "Intellectual" because they're both pretty big and I don't want to give you guys too much before you're ready :)2012-01-23 13:48:07366405CC G+
Joe Martinez13,925Best of the Best Google+ People to Follow - Version 9!This is definitely a circle you would want to add if you are new to +Google+ or are looking to add more interesting and engaging people to your stream! Feel free to add or share this circle! My circle has been maxed out so I have removed all brand pages from it and created a separate circle for them! I'm still about 30 over the limit of the circle so I might have about 30 people who won't show in the shared circle. Some of the heavy hitters included are: +Casey McKinnon, +Felicia Day, +Rose McGowan, +Louis Gray, +Alida Brandenburg, +Linda Lawrey, +Lamarr Wilson, +Tom Anderson, +Scott Beale, +Kim Sherrell, +Lisa Bettany, +Chee Chew, +Wil Wheaton, +Justine Ezarik, +Sarah Hill, +Dalai Lama, +Ashley Tisdale2012-01-16 18:25:37501604771CC G+
Joe Martinez10,003Best of the Best Google+ People to Follow - Version 7!This is my circle of some the best people to follow on Google+. So if you are new or need new people to follow make sure to add this circle or feel free to share it as well! The circle has grown to over 500 people but since it only allows you to share 500 not everyone will be shown. The circle includes known greats like +Chris Pirillo, +Amanda Blain, +Trey Ratcliff, +Robert Scoble, +Liza Sperling, +Natalie Villalobos, +Vic Gundotra, +Adam Sandler, +Casey McKinnon, +Lamarr Wilson, +Dalai Lama, +Guy Kawasaki, +Wil Wheaton, +Steve Ward, +Lisa Bettany, +Jeri Ryan, +Arianna Huffington, +Dave Veffer, +2011-12-15 22:45:49501541633CC G+
tam frager1,873Google plus tip, Google+ tipIt's been a while since I've shared a tip, but this is an important one, I think.I was asked a couple of days ago about where folks who are new to Google+ should go -- asked for a "new members" page. Instead of a new members page, if you're looking to get started with the G+ community, try adding this circle. It's the circle I've made of folks who seem to actively engage in conversations here. They post in their streams and they post comments in other people's streams. Starting and engaging in conversation is the best way to use Google+. Don't feel you need to know someone before you circle them; just circle people you find interesting. Comment on posts when you have something to say. Engage.2011-12-12 09:14:31203403CC G+
David Webb0Psychology CircleDavid Webb shared a circle with you.2011-10-23 19:11:35501201111CC G+


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2014-04-20 04:29:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Johnny Cash "Hurt" (Official Music Video)

You can see the age showing in his every move, the sorrow weighing down his every word, and the pain penetrating the silence that surrounds him. His very eyes tell you a tale of regret; his words simply tell you what you already know. No one, not even the artists of the song (Nine Inch Nails), could have sung this song so powerfully. Of all his timeless works, I must say that his cover of "Hurt" is arguably his most profound performance.

The lyrics are a masterpiece, originally written by Nine Inch Nails lead vocalist Trent Reznor. The video is flawless, a testimony to both writer and singer and a vocal epitaph for the latter. The song is powerful, sung by a man with a voice that bellows baritone deep into your soul. The singer is hurt, regretting all that he did and all he could have done differently. John... more »

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2014-04-20 04:26:01 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)

Johnny Cash "Hurt" (Official Music Video)

You can see the age showing in his every move, the sorrow weighing down his every word, and the pain penetrating the silence that surrounds him. His very eyes tell you a tale of regret; his words simply tell you what you already know. No one, not even the artists of the song (Nine Inch Nails), could have sung this song so powerfully. Of all his timeless works, I must say that his cover of "Hurt" is arguably his most profound performance.

The lyrics are a masterpiece, originally written by Nine Inch Nails lead vocalist Trent Reznor. The video is flawless, a testimony to both writer and singer and a vocal epitaph for the latter. The song is powerful, sung by a man with a voice that bellows baritone deep into your soul. The singer is hurt, regretting all that he did and all he could have done differently. John... more »

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2014-04-14 20:51:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)


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2014-04-01 10:40:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Humanities Ph.D.s are all around—and they're not serving coffee. http://theatln.tc/1hcw3BG

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2014-04-01 10:31:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)


2014-03-29 20:45:26 (20 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

Announcement: Yesterday, I proposed to my girlfriend and today, I am now engaged!

2014-03-27 07:05:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

I usually keep my personal life somewhat private, though I do have some news I am proud to share.

I have been in a long-distance relationship with this girl I met for a little under four years now and during that time we have learned more about each other before actually meeting than most people will know about their own spouses in a lifetime. Throughout these years, I have experienced more with her than many will with their closest lover, discovered more about her than anyone will ever know, and shared more about myself to her than I ever thought I would. I regret many things in my life, more than I can imagine, but I have never regretted even for a moment being with her. She truly is the love of my life.

On February 22, I finally met the love of my life in person. She flew down to spend nearly a month with me at my house and during this time, I have gotten to discover more about her... more »

2014-02-06 03:25:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

I recently found out that while my mother was seeking an affordable insurance plan, Obamacare is actually more expensive than most of the other insurance plans offered. However, this is primarily due to the fact that Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) blocked parts of Obamacare's implementation, including the federal subsidies given to participants, which would drastically lower the cost of the insurance and thereby making it affordable.

Having experienced this dilemma myself, I feel obligated to ask: is the unaffordability of the insurance provided by the Affordable Care Act caused by Republican measures to prevent its full implementation in many states or is it a problem with the reform bill itself? Or is it something else entirely?

I expect varying responses to this post and encourage the sharing of them all. I myself am undecided as to what I should think of this.

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2014-02-06 03:09:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

You can see the earnest confidence in the eyes of every single one of these people, and that's the most heartbreaking part.  There isn't an argument here that isn't pretty trivially refuted, so it forces me to ask what their lives are like that nobody who loves them, who cares about them, who's concerned with their wellbeing hasn't sat them down and explained the simple things.

I don't doubt that they're surrounded by love, I just wonder how neither they nor their closest nor the closest to those have anyone willing and able to help them see the real beauty of all we know about the world.

2014-02-06 02:42:16 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Is there any news regarding whether we will be able to fully customize our custom URLs? I'm aware that a number of preapproved URLs are available to choose, but none of them are the one I am seeking to have. Should I simply accept one of the preapproved custom URLs or should I wait?

If there is no talk about fully customizable URLs, then I might as well snag as original a URL as I can now. Otherwise, I'm willing to hold out if there's a significant chance that further customization may be permitted.

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2014-02-05 15:39:31 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

This kid is childish and a bit annoying, but his enthusiasm is contagious. After only ONE LIKE, he was astounded. He asked for "3-5," and received 30,000 in return. I'm sharing this video for the sole purpose of joining the bandwagon, though, and maybe a bit because I want to see how far this video will go.

Be sure to like and, uh, it might save you a couple cringes if you skip watching the video throughout.

2014-02-01 13:52:48 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)

Quick question: Regarding the whole custom URL deal, I see that you can no longer suggest a URL for approval. Does that mean the selection available right now will be the entirety of what I can choose?

I was really hoping for https://www.google.com/Nokkenbuer/ but I suppose that won't be happening.

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2014-01-30 12:29:26 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Well, I retook this quiz and now got this result. I am pretty sure this is not accurate, though, because I disagree strongly with much of the Green Party's environmentalist fanaticism. I do, however, believe the estimate that I side with the Democratic Party 83% is pretty accurate. While I do not claim to be a Democrat and refuse to label myself as such (I am an Independent), I do admittedly sympathize with Democrats more than Republicans. Nevertheless, Democrats are typically too extreme for my tastes as well, hence why I detest labeling myself as one.

My Results:
86% Green Party
83% Democrat
63% Socialist
59% Libertarian
09% Republican

To be honest, I'm surprised with these results. I would consider myself more of a liberal libertarian, if that makes any sense, than socialist or democratic. Oh well, it's close enough.

2014-01-29 02:21:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)

Watching the #StateOfTheUnion  (#SOTU) address. Hopefully, there will be some substance to this rhetoric tonight.

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2014-01-23 15:25:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)

Scum of the earth.

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2014-01-16 01:19:22 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)

Man, he is such a fucking asshole. I would beat the shit out of this guy without a second thought.

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2014-01-10 13:58:07 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)

This is all assuming you even accept the science behind all this, which many people (unfortunately) do not and quite often without a non-tautological or non-circular reason.

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2014-01-10 12:27:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)

I have always wanted to be a theoretical physicist... It seems to be where my two favorite fields of study collide: science and philosophy.

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2014-01-09 20:01:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 49 +1s)

That singing was cringeworthy, but otherwise great scary deer.

2013-12-27 01:44:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

How is everyone doing? I hope your holidays have been swell!

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2013-12-07 06:46:42 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)

I personally do not use PEMDAS, but rather a more sophisticated and refined version of it that a mathematics teacher taught me a long time ago: GEMDAS. The difference is that instead of restricting the order of operations to only parentheses, which is by far not the only grouping mechanism in mathematics, the first operation would be considered "G" for "Grouping." By replacing the specific grouping mechanism (parentheses) with the more general, overarching function, it eliminates confusion when other grouping mechanisms are used.

The only real problem with this is that there must be an implicit understanding that not all grouping mechanisms function in the same way. For example, the modulus (absolute value) groups numbers and operations in a way that strips them of their positive or negative values. Similarly, the grouping of numbers and operations under a root also... more »

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2013-11-17 19:07:32 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 9 +1s)

I wouldn't be surprised if this man was an influence on the Call of Duty series. Unlike the games, however, Sergeant Chilson was actually crazy enough to do this.

More Information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llewellyn_Chilson

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2013-11-01 21:31:16 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

“There will be many fine and wonderful men and women of all races and creeds—and of no religious creeds at all—who will lead decent and useful lives.” –Neal A. Maxwell

God wants you to live a good life. He values your contribution and smiles when you serve His children, regardless of differences of beliefs, ideals or lifestyles. Look outside yourself and your social circle to love everyone around you.


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2013-10-31 20:10:07 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

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2013-10-29 22:29:32 (9 comments, 1 reshares, 15 +1s)

This is EXACTLY how I'm beginning to feel about the Republican party. With all due respect to them, they are almost always wrong. Well, the politicians are. I can't say the same for Republican voters, but if their representatives say anything about them, then I suspect the same.


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2013-10-26 03:36:20 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 20 +1s)

I personally believe these so-called "inefficiencies" of neurons and the human brain can actually benefit us as a species and moreover may explain why we are so creative. The probabilistic, leaking, and interconnected nature of neurons permit spontaneity and allows for the potential or unpredictable behavior. These neurological misfires and leakages are believed to be the basis upon which human learning by means of mnemonic devices and recognition functions. Moreover, the act of dreaming and the creative faculties of the mind are due to neurons firing randomly, eliciting fragmented memories and imaginative impressions that shape into a semi-coherent experience.

The human mind is spontaneous and unpredictable. That is what makes us as a species so successful. If it were more "efficient," I seriously doubt we would be so dynamic. This is why, on a somewhat related note, I doubt... more »

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2013-10-24 01:23:21 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Although I typically despise +Fox News for it's heavily biased and consistently inaccurate news reporting, this article is admittedly well-written and does further an important point worth considering: there is a significant and major difference between Muslims and Islamic extremists.

I have thought in a way quite similar to this for a while now, as have many others, but I'm surprised that I'm on the relatively same side as others—conservatives from Fox News of all people—whom I would never expect to have opinions to which I concurred.

I recommend reading this article, if only to prove me wrong. It very well may just be worth your time.

2013-10-19 06:38:05 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

While I would prefer to change the names of the planets to their Greek mythological counterparts, I would be satisfied if we formally named the Earth "Gaia" and the Universe "Pan." I'm willing to settle with naming our second Earth "Terra" and our Moon "Luna" if I must. They're at least better than "Earth 2.0" and "the Moon."

Ugh, I hate vernacular.

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2013-10-18 03:23:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

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2013-10-17 02:06:17 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

I just finished editing my profile information. Any suggestions or recommendations I should consider?

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2013-10-16 18:29:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

Socrates once said "true wisdom is knowing you don't know." Although Socrates implication was a rhetoric we all accept this statement as a true definition for wisdom.

Also let us be mindful that the statement "true wisdom is knowing that you don't know" only set us up for a learning experience. The moment we've realized that we do not know of something we can take steps to learn it. But had we not realized this we could not have known anything about it. It is in that context that Socrates asserted that "True wisdom is knowing you don't know."

But from a rational sense, if we are goring to accept philosophy as the love of wisdom, we must know about that which is wisdom. Unless we proclaim that philosophy is knowing that we don't know. If that is the meaning of philosophy then we've made progress, but to accept philosophy... more »

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2013-10-12 23:17:14 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

To those of you calling Obama a hypocrite: he isn't. A change in one's opinion does not qualify as hypocrisy. A hypocrite is someone who claims one thing while acting in such a way that it contradicts the previous claim. However, this description assumes a static mindset, one in which the individual's views, beliefs, and opinions remain the same throughout the hypocrisy. President Obama changed his mind between the time of his initial claims and actions and the more recent ones. Therefore, he is no hypocrite.

Just as Obama admitted, he was foolish and naïve when he made that vote—which was purely symbolic, mind you. The difference between then and now is that while there is still a debate on the debt ceiling and the threat of a government shutdown and default, Obama did not react in the same way as Republicans are now behaving. Obama voted against the resolution and used itas... more »

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2013-10-12 22:14:56 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Like I have been telling people recently, the Democrats have grown a spine.

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2013-10-12 06:28:44 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)

appreciate do not possess

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2013-10-08 10:03:32 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)

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2013-09-24 14:18:05 (12 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

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2013-09-23 14:27:18 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

Here is a powerful article from a former soldier who realized just how much the United States promises its allies—and how little it lives up to them. This very reason, and many others, is why I look at my country with anger and disdain. America used to be something great, but now? The ideals on which this nation was built have been discarded, perverted, and misused for selfish political purposes. What's the point of being a global police force (of which I also disapprove) when we cannot even live up to our promises and repay the loyalty of others? We're not a noble nation of patriots and progressives, but a corrupt country of liars and bigots. Worse of all is that I have little hope that much will change.

2013-09-09 13:31:12 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

I'm curious to see the evidence behind these claims.


2013-09-05 14:25:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

This is a powerful article regarding the current conflict in Syria, the previous war in Iraq, and the entire issue of modern warfare and how it should be addressed in contemporary society. If you are interested in any of the aforementioned topics, I urge you to read this great article.


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2013-09-05 14:22:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

This new pope actually isn't a bad guy. Given his actions have been genuine, I can really grow to respect him. He exemplifies what it means to be a Christian and although I don't consider myself one, he's the type of religious leader I would follow.


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2013-06-25 16:36:58 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)

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2013-06-25 04:11:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)


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2013-06-25 01:39:14 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Which do you believe best describes you? I consider myself γ+.

[This image is not based on any scientific research. It is purely for entertainment purposes. Don't be surprised if it's accurate, though.]

Edit: Sorry women, this doesn't really apply to you. Feel free to give your best approximation if you'd like, though. Alpha female? Beta? Gamma? Where are you on the social hierarchy?

2013-06-24 17:56:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

Contradiction is necessary for one's understanding of reality where both can coexist at the same time but only one makes sense to the observer;denial of contradiction is perhaps denial of the truth of reality.

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2013-06-19 03:45:23 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)

Thoughts? I personally wonder if the truth is being told. As much as I love Google, I cannot help but wonder if this statement is just to placate suspecting Google users. I'm not sure. I trust Google, but they are a business after all, not my friend.

2013-06-19 03:20:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)

ThinkProgress: This One Paper Explains Why Republicans Are Losing On Economics. http://goo.gl/mag/FKnI9Nc

+Think Progress does it again by providing an accurate, thoughtful analysis of just why the Republican Party is failing so miserably in economics.

if you are conservative or Republican, I encourage you too to read this article. Perhaps it may help you better understand how to reform your respective parties to the needs of modern society.

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2013-06-18 23:25:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

US to hold peace talks on Afghanistan with Taliban. http://goo.gl/mag/J7a4hkr

[Shared from Google Currents]

I personally hope these negotiations are successful because it seems to me like the Taliban aren't much of a threat anymore, or no longer wish to be, and the United States is primarily protecting its oil interests through occupying the region. The war has become frivolous now. I just hope the U.S. doesn't ruin the negotiations by trying to bully its way and demanding to continue its occupying of Afghanistan. Just so long as the Taliban maintains a civil and peaceful demeanor, I see now issue in ending the so-called war we're having with them.


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