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  • ...has some relationship to me. But this is more about me, instead of just by me. ==All Me==
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  • #REDIRECT [[Super Size Me (2004)]]
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  • * https://townhall.com/columnists/phelimmcaleer/2018/07/23/superbooze-me-n2502900
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  • #REDIRECT [[1981 Paved Paradise and ran me over in a parking lot]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[1981 🚘 Paved Paradise and ran me over in a parking lot]]
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  • ...into traffic. Gee thanks. With a little luck and artful dodging, I wasn't too banged up, and the idiot driver had sped off to never be seen from again. B ...rins coming to get me, or visions of people flattening station wagons kept me from sleeping soundly, or walking casually anywhere. (Seriously, after the
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  • ...has some relationship to me. But this is more about me, instead of just by me. ==All Me==
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  • ...ging around our trash. I called it over, and it came up to me, and adopted me as it's owner
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  • ==Me== KindergartenFix.png |<font color=grey><small> Me at age 4 graduating from Kindergarden. One of my only childhood pictures. <
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  • ...ld use "my" car. So if it was mine, I sold it (and my Isuzu), to help with me getting my 1996 BMW (E36) M3.
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  • ...who we are (or influence it). Here's a few stories from my past that made me who I am, or at least influenced it or reflected it. }} {{End|Favorites|Me}}
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  • .... It was the age of discipline, it was the lord of the flies... My Mom had me at 19 to my real Dad who was Iranian, and then had a couple of re-marriages ...st and raised me from age 2 1/2 until about 11 -- when my Grandma informed me that he wasn't my real Dad over Thanksgiving dinner -- because that's what
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  • ...er sure if he knew that I was the same person (writing me, and engineering me).
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  • ...w of my favorite things. Or at least favorite things that have happened to me. Some good, some bad. But if you grow/learn from the bad, then they make yo {{End|Me}}
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  • ...honest to be in any Résumé, some glory, some shame. But just stories about me, computers and usually in the 1980's. {{End|Me|Favorites}}
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  • ...d recommend it. My wife liked it more than I did. But I didn't hate it. To me it was like neopolitin ice cream: it isn't great ice-cream... but it's stil ...but she isn't very appealing to me. Her and the character she played made me think, "high maintenance". And since that's the kindest thing I can say rig
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  • | rowspan="3" |[[User: Ari|Me]]<br />[[All Me|ℹ️]] | [[Template: Menu:About:Me:Favorites|&#9776;]]
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  • ...ve just gotten more accepting of it. It used to profoundly bug me and make me shut off from humanity. (Caring hurt). And I'd respond to people that would
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  • ...st of my family was blonde. When people would look at us together and give me a lingering look, I'd joke, \"I look like the mailman\" and they'd laugh an ...discovered that my Step-Dad was my Step-Dad, and my Mom had been lying to me my whole life (11 years). This probably wouldn't have gone over as poorly,
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  • An Index Index, is a bit [[Meta]] -- but in this case, it makes sense for me. ...Index of Indexes, is a list of various Index pages on this site, and helps me administrate and find both them, and hunt for ones that are missing (and sh
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  • {{Menu:About:Me:Favorites}} [[Category:About]] [[Category:Me]] [[Category:Favorites]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Super Size Me (2004)]]
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  • WMAC-me&vic2.png|I taught Martial Arts. WMAC-me&vic2.png |<font color=grey><small>I taught Martial Arts.</small></font>
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  • #REDIRECT [[1981 Paved Paradise and ran me over in a parking lot]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[1981 🚘 Paved Paradise and ran me over in a parking lot]]
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  • * On the 1st day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Windows 95 for my PC * On the 2nd day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: 2 GPFs and Windows 95 for my PC
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  • ...ed to a halt I saw the pickup, with those extended tow-mirror that had hit me in the back of the head. I had lumps and a headache for days. The guy never ...have fear in the 1970's. So it was mainly the convenience factor that had me pedaling.
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  • ...s. Just a few books that were worth the time to read. Or at least impacted me in my youth. ...run away that lived in the wild. My home life sucked, so this appealed to me. I used to camp solo in caves, and live off what I could hunt, catch or tra
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  • ...nding. But every now and then, you get redemption. This was that movie for me.</includeonly> ...e -- but probably one of the best and most touching movies of the year for me.
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  • ...]][[Humble brag]] - why am I so humble? Because everyone else is so great, too. ==Everyone knows more than me about something==
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  • {{ImgGrid| 1977_Me_and_Bro.png | Me and my brother. (The family resemblance is obvious).}} My parents were often trying to figure out how to get rid of me. (It was my charm). So the first half of summer was at soccer camp, that re
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  • ...his year, I saw Phil Hansen speak in person (at Adobe MAX). His speech hit me profoundly. It’s a fantastic speech/story about how limitations can expan ...his year, I saw Phil Hansen speak in person (at Adobe MAX). His speech hit me profoundly. It’s a fantastic speech/story about how limitations can expan
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  • ...and yet there was no consequences)? They seem pretty mutually exclusive to me. ...he same time, what was flickering through my brain is, “If he gets hold of me, I’m going to punch him right in the face.” After several rounds, I jum
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  • ...o cave in to ignorance or misinformation. Writing gives me peace. It gives me an excuse to research and question and refine. Teaching others, can teach y
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  • ...ink many could work in this environment and be fine, but generation do-for-me (and participation trophy) isn't really prepared for this kind of job, or g
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  • ...about Tom Cruise. So it being much simpler reboot, but it works better for me than the older ones. </includeonly> ...ns, while this wasn't a reboot, it was much better than the other MI's for me.
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  • <noinclude>When people attack me for things I can't help, like male, white, knowing more than they do ("mans ...endered archetype.|Me|Pointing out attackers are transphobic for attacking me as a white, male, or mansplaining, because I'm really higher on the victim
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  • ...ended consequences, and remembering to solve the right problem, just makes me happy. It's easy to get in ruts, or think small, like answering people's qu ...ended consequences, and remembering to solve the right problem, just makes me happy. It's easy to get in ruts, or think small, like answering people's qu
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  • ...explained what I was trying to do). So they cancelled the order, and asked me to talk to another group (communications). ...which had cancelled my order. So I asked them again could they please put me back in the queue... but they didn't get my order in for days to change the
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  • ...ctual points (argued with me about what I said and meant), then unfriended me. He did nothing to refute the perception that intellectual are arrogant dou He persisted by misrepresenting me a second time, that I was defending the use of such methods. False. This is
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  • This is a video by me, on how I earned my superpower, with the help of poison oak and public humi ...time -- I had to put a towel over my face so no passers by would recognize me).
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  • * Il guyus nissanem iste ickye: That Nissan guy gives me the creeps * Et tu, pluribus unum: The government just stabbed me in the back
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  • ...So I'm on a 747, in the middle of its 3-4-3 seating, and the girl next to me sparks up a doobie in honor of Nancy's "just say 'no' to drugs campaign", a [[Category:Smoking]] [[Category:Me]]
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  • ...iti. Not the nicest or worst thing around, and it got me from A->B without too much trouble. I went with silver, again. And Melissa was like "Silver or Bl ...iability, even though it only failed me once by getting a flat, and making me change a tire.
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  • ...r-fan of the genre. It was always a bit campy, inconsistent, and they lost me at the Ewok orgy, and I almost tuned out completely at Jar-Jar. But despite ...r-fan of the genre. It was always a bit campy, inconsistent, and they lost me at the Ewok orgy, and I almost tuned out completely at Jar-Jar. But despite
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  • ...charge", said the brain, "because I run all the body's systems, so without me nothing would happen". ...charge", said the blood, "because I circulate oxygen all over, so without me you'd all waste away".
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  • * Aliens Abducted Me, Laser-Photographed My Internal Organs, Dropped Me Off in a Crop Circle, and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt * I Do Whatever the Voices Tell Me to Do
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  • ...e>Deathrace 2000: Some people tell their kids, "watch out for cars" -- for me that was always an understatement. I was one of those lucky kids that got h My final score was; '''Cars:4 Me:0''' -- and that was just as a pedestrian, as a driver I had a few more acc
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  • ...l in California (like everything else). This one came up to me and adopted me.</includeonly><noinclude>
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  • Which brings me back to when I was about 21. ...le from me decides it's her turn to go. So she stops everyone, and says to me in her outdoor voice, “Do you know what the difference between eating pus
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  • ...the water "hoping the cold would help", and nearly drowning me, they took me to the doctors and found I'd broken my elbow. ...heet thing looked very revolutionary war; I needed a fife player following me around -- but since I wasn't casted, other kids thought I was faking and wo
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  • [[Category:Me]]
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  • ...pyright 1997 - 2018 iGeek. <br />(2) For non commercial use, you can quote me or use snippets and articles, if you link back to the source (here). <br /> <noinclude>{{Img|Legalese.jpg}}Watch me cover my butt.
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  • ...ers and phones. I tried the Dickinson show, and OMG this stunk on ice (for me). While it got a 71/91 on Rotten Tomatoes, I couldn't get past the first ep ...0210, sparkling vampires (Twilight), and Hunger Games. This show proved to me that I have limits. And that while Apple won't go snowflake on every series
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  • ...technical argument that Michael Brown did or didn’t have his hands up. to me, it doesn’t matter if he did or he didn’t. It never has.” To me, the truth still matters. King was wrong, and like many Democrats, unable t
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  • ...ugh (looking at the bigger picture and longer term). Basically they wanted me to drive my team harder than I was (use the stick instead of the carrot), a I don't know if that is very profound. But it captured a moment for me, and feeling. Just abject sadness at those not getting the shortness of our
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  • [[Category:Tech]][[Category:Me]][[Category:Work Experiences]]
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  • ...re the visuals. Did well on Rotten Tomatoes (79/79). Tony Stark always hit me as an annoying douche. He still is, but you at least have some empathy, and ...re the visuals. Did well on Rotten Tomatoes (79/79). Tony Stark always hit me as an annoying douche. He still is, but you at least have some empathy, and
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  • ...an or National Socialist. I can laugh at the former, the latter just makes me uncomfortable. Kathy has no credibility as an equal opportunity offender. S ...hough the pounding she was taking made me feel some sympathy, and reminded me of one of my more favorite Jon Ronson videos:
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  • ** Me: Life Experiences, Work Experiences, Story of Us, Homes, History, Medical, 3 Column All Articles: <nowiki>{{#dpl:|category=Me|suppresserrors=true|ordermethod=sortkey|mode=category|columns=3}}</nowiki >
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  • ...run away that lived in the wild. My home life sucked, so this appealed to me. I used to camp solo in caves, and live off what I could hunt, catch or tra {{ImgGrid| 1978.CopterFix.png |Roger was quirky, but always good to me, and a good person in general: also the quintessential [[Watermelon]]. He l
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  • ...as sort of this side adventure that had little to do with the main plot to me (the girl's feelings). ...xar Genre, but that's still pretty good. So it was very good, not great to me. And I was definitely lower than most on the customer satisfaction with its
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  • ...at all. It's the ones that lie to others, or themselves that tend to annoy me. Here's just a taste of how she's behaved unethically in the past. {{#if: {
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  • ...- I toured [[Wikipedia:Zoar,_Ohio|Zoar, Ohio]], which is part of what got me more interested in researching this topic (and vice versa). * 1841 - Brook Farm, Mass (Ripley's Follow Me or Not) <noinclude><ref>[[Wikipedia:Brook_Farm]]</ref></noinclude>
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  • ...ast the ones that we got pictures of. Most pictures of trips are boring to me, because I don't have the context: so in this digital scrapbook, I try to o [[Category:Me]][[Category:Favorites]]
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  • ...ational Convention on its first day. Left-of-center Politifact admitted it too. But liberal media went into full-spin mode. Snopes shifted from unbiased f ...to Americana that they didn't notice or think about it. Not a huge deal to me. Until you try to lie and pretend it didn't happen, then I want to force fe
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  • ...that... but work experiences make us who we are (or influence it). This is too brutally honest to be in any Résumé, it's more a Dilbert-esque look at th {{End|Favorites|Me}}
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  • ...nanas. And Women cause you to get fat and grey, proven by what happened to me after marriage. | [[Image: Logic-FalseCausality.jpg| 210px]] | '''''"Correl
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  • ...be tragedy."<br />"Wonderful!" Clinton beams. "Marvelous! And can you tell me WHY that would be a tragedy?"<br /><br />"Well," says the boy, "because it
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  • ...swerved into the oncoming lane to steer clear, and hadn't seen or expected me. I got hit hard, almost pinned under the car, nothing broke... but got a li ...back to the much safer way to ride; where I could see what was out to get me.
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  • ...g kid looking in car windows at the condominium where I lived. It was just too suspicious, and there had been a few breaks in during that year. ...him down from my window (which could see some of the parking area). He saw me and he decided to go underneath the condos (where there was more parking) b
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  • ...way around. This replaced the ensemble cast in a caper film, with "Look at me, I'm Tom Cruise/Ethan Hunt", but since I'm not a fan of overly complex cape ...he first ones, you'll like this one a lot. It was the best of the MI's for me.
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  • ...wit and willingness to share my opinions with those larger and dumber than me). ...d decry some racial slur they threw my way while beating on me: "he called me a towel-head, camel-jockey or sand-nigger" seemed popular for someone of my
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  • ...w expectations with a 51% reviewer rating, but the 86% audience score gave me some hope that it wouldn't be horrid. It was a completely watchable semi-ac ...w expectations with a 51% reviewer rating, but the 86% audience score gave me some hope that it wouldn't be horrid. Of course their audience tends to be
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  • ...while I admit that everything was wonderful, and the batman character had me amused at parts. I fell asleep, woke with a crick in my neck, got heartburn ...while I admit that everything was wonderful, and the batman character had me amused at parts. I fell asleep, woke with a crick in my neck, got heartburn
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  • ...Logic-CherryPicking.jpg | 210px]] | '''''"Ignore all the facts that prove me wrong, and look at this instead."''''' }}
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  • ...and painted 'nigger lovers' across their garage door, and setup a go fund me page (where he got more than $5,000 donations). Later revealed that he dd i
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  • ...ne hand would get tired of writing, and I'd just switch. Or a teacher told me to write "I will not do xxxx in class" a few hundred times, and I'd do two ...ng; the days of throbbing afterwards and that f'ing cast were far worse to me than the actual act itself. I got more cautious if for no other reason than
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  • ...n a "6 month contract". But they put this person in charge of me who hated me, and everything I represented. Meaning that I was competent, smart, secure, ...n a "6 month contract". But they put this person in charge of me who hated me, and everything I represented. Meaning that I was competent, smart, secure,
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  • ...good, it wasn’t quite as good as its sales numbers or reviewers would have me believe. <noinclude> ...hero movies that take themselves too seriously, tend not to quite work for me. This one took itself seriously, with a side of preachy Women's empowerment
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  • ...ange icon and behavior. Filenames are <b>MINE</b>, not yours! Stop telling me what I can do with them! Arguing that you're not as completely moronic abou ...and have it work correctly. Files are <b>mine</b>, not yours! Stop telling me how they will work. Jaguar was a big step backwards thanks to NeXT's NIH an
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  • ...impress HR. Of course, if they can't take a joke, then they don't impress me either. We were going down the stairway in one of my companies all too frequent wastes of time, known as a fire-drill. (The joys of San Jose regul
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  • ...potence-inducing instant, and that perv wanted nothing to do with that (or me). There is no way to know how far the guy would have gone had the teen not ...to leave a minor alone, and also leave the area. The minor happened to be me.
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  • ...tracts, and won. That fearlessness and "go for it" attitude also impressed me. We got Alcon and Spectramed and a few others. It was also a big life lesso ...om and working with him regularly on each advancement/improvement. He gave me a lot of creative control (and was good like that), so the product evolved
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  • ...le eastern (a little North African). I claim one drop of African qualifies me to sign along to rap songs. My Black step-Dad says it needs to be 20% (prob [[Category:Me]] [[Category:Memes-Mine]]
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  • People have asked me why I'm so willing talk about politics, philosophical, religion, and so on. Ignoring that people aren't one-dimensional creatures, to me, it is by expressing opinions, and having them challenged, that we learn. A
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  • I'd say it's a temporary affliction, but I've known too many BDS or RDS sufferers where decades of time hasn't cured their malady, ...other crass things, until I said "fine" he burned down any other goodwill too. (Then he ranted on his FB page about intolerant and rabid others are).
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  • ...every night, but for an excuse to go it, it was captivating enough to keep me entertained and awake.</includeonly> ...and the gumshoe style, you'll probably LOVE this one. If you’re more like me, you at least won’t fall asleep and it’ll be a nice night out with sign
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  • ...180px|right]]</noinclude>Morgan Spurlock created a documentary (Super Size Me) that played on all the gullibilities of the left: people aren't responsibl So the summary was Fat Head was like Super Size Me, only more factual and less left-wing-polemic. So it got less support from
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  • ...course the FakeNews interviewer doesn't ask him for any details, but color me skeptical.
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  • ...less someone fires the first shot. But the creativity involved just cracks me up.
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  • ...n California. Forgive me, but this kind of dumb virtue signaling convinces me that it's time to start divesting my portfolio of Apple stock, as it's obvi
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  • This made me feel very bad, watching him suffer so much just to fix his window pane. ...o do things." Seeing him happy would make me happy too. So I said, "Excuse me sir, there is a better way to do that."
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  • ...ever done, and I made most improved player my first year. My Dad supported me by saying, "that's just because you sucked so bad to begin with", loving su ...oor pools; something that would probably perplex many in the mid-west. Not too far from the pool they also had a shed and some handball courts.
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  • ...ng every cliché into the ground with awkward acting and dialog, which left me bored and feeling like I'd survived something harrowing, by making it to th .... I'm not surprised that most on Rotten Tomatoes didn't like it, I'm makes me lose faith in humanity that 41/49 did. The worst movie of 2017, and I had t
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  • ...re conservative and tend to look for things that will really make sense to me, my lifestyle, and that are a good value. I found all that in one product c ...d"? At the hardware level, it is just a very small hard-drive, that allows me to download data and music (MP3's) to it, and it can play them back at ill.
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  • ...t the start... after a while you can go with it, but it's sometimes pulled me out of the story. Still, a worthy family film.
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  • ...beyond where it wanted to go, ended, the throbbing in the left elbow told me something bad happened there as well. ...et hit something slippery on the edge of the step, and shot out from under me.
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  • ...ights on Native Americans, I somehow doubt this makes the top 100. This to me is proof that Democracy is only as good as the wisdom of the voting pool, a
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  • * “I came to know several Iraqi officials well enough that they confided in me that Saddam Hussein was a maniac who had to be removed” * “An aide to Uday [Hussein, Saddam’s son] once told me why he had no front teeth: henchmen had ripped them out with pliars and tol
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  • <h5><small>'''[[About]]''' : [[User: Ari|Me]] • [[Bias]] • [[Climate]] • [[Guns]] • [[Technology|Tech]]<br
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  • ...and spit (220 gallons of water per second). My wife calls me the Big Wind too... but for a different reason.
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  • Someone debated with me that Bernie didn't want to take anyone's liberty away and make us less free ...elf-delusion. Of course that person couldn't concede the truth, and called me names and went away mad without ever admitting anything. Because that's wha
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  • ...rts training (mind-over matter, and body, and meditation, etc) was letting me conquer it much faster than most. But that was still years of continuous fi ...I had started in a high stress startup... I had a Girlfriend move in with me (a new stress), and I had serious performance anxiety at work. And I handle
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  • ...know what to do with it: they certainly didn't tighten up things and make me feel like I got my value when I asked for a maintenance tune-up. [[Category:Me]] [[Category:Favorites]]
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  • ...into traffic. Gee thanks. With a little luck and artful dodging, I wasn't too banged up, and the idiot driver had sped off to never be seen from again. B ...rins coming to get me, or visions of people flattening station wagons kept me from sleeping soundly, or walking casually anywhere. (Seriously, after the
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  • We June road-tripped to Niagara Falls, Buffalo and visited Canada too, eh.<includeonly><gallery mode="packed"> 2001.bridalviel.JPG |link=2001 Niagara Falls|My wife didn't want me to get arrested, so veto'd my idea of performance art.
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  • ...the consternation of the story-teller, I would exclaim, "I was just there too, that isn't how it happened". The more "color" was added to tales of unjust ...n my early teens, I heard a story of marriage and fidelity that stuck with me: it somehow resonated with my id, ego and superego. And it went something l
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  • ...rough the Sierra's for 3 weeks with Roger]], and later he took my wife and me to a couple of classical concerts at the Hollywood Bowl. So I don't think m ...lly THAT outraged. So while it irritated me because my friends made fun of me, I didn't really care about the gay part.
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  • ...er of Toto and have him reply back with the C-word in all caps, then block me. Life has exceeded my expectations.”
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  • ...a lesson. "I need coffee. The closest cafe is inside Trump Tower. This is me walking to an alternative.".... being triggered because the name Trump offe
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  • ...ter contempt and disgust that this guy was a member of my species. He made me unsure if he wasn't just Maxine Waters wearing whiteface and in drag.
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  • ...n employed position, but it was harder than I thought: companies would pay me more as a consultant (based on experience), but they wanted to hire based o ...at the time, but over time I sort of got it. The team I worked for wanted me to do Q.A., anything else was "beyond my duties". The team wanted to work f
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  • ...g to do with removing my gallbladder and my intestinal issues, often gives me sticky poops that require a lot of wiping. I had a work-friend that thought ...ifferent Toto, but the lyrics make it seem like a custom written jingle to me.
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  • ...to get out of the situation -- but it cut and hurt like hell. And reminded me that my other guns should be ones that I can work with a broken arm. </incl ...mall pancake. Which might be good enough for self defense, but didn't make me happy. But this is all off topic. }}
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  • ...only mediocre at #3... but I bought them for #3, so that's good enough for me. ...nging stations is lame (one channel at a time), and at my indoor pool gets too much interference from the building: all I got was static. Useless. Outside
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  • ...il I found the manager. Since I'd already helped sell a computer, he hired me. ...omeone breaking a promise (one of my sore spots with my Family), stranding me, and not being willing to explain why.
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  • ...ng my plane. Flight cancelled, I drove home, and the party went on without me. ...ng my plane. Flight cancelled, I drove home, and the party went on without me. But the second one went off without a hitch.</small></font>
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  • ...nly><noinclude>{{T0|{{Img|Nixon.jpeg}}</noinclude>My Grandfather once told me back in about 1979. "Richard Nixon was a bastard, but a great President. Ji ...Democrats of the last century combined. (Which is a low bar, but work with me here).
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  • ...ell, and I felt like I got my value out of watching it, but it didn't move me in any way. But overall, it wasn't a bad movie. It just wasn't as good as many had lead me to believe in might be. Plus I saw [[Hacksaw Ridge (2016)]] on HBO the same
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  • ...out this episode the other night. And reading about the responses concerns me. ...way to film around it, and chose instead to out him to millions. Seems to me like CBS should be getting more heat for their editorial choices, more than
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  • ...Z3 M (too squirley), and an 8 (too heavy), this was the Goldilocks car for me. I had it for 10 years, because I kept looking for something else, and noth
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  • ...d me talking in the lunch room about taking their training, and they asked me what I thought. I quipped, "A little disappointing, it was a bit of a downe
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  • Showtime has never really hooked me. They had a few shows I used to watch, but I've always felt it's a bit over
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  • ...ng boss. The dude incinerated a terrorist and then was like 'good, now get me some ice cream' That’s some America shit right there." CNN keeps referrin
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  • ...doing very well". What CNN translators claim she said, "She says he wants me to be with him. And prays to God to make the day shorter, so we can be toge
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  • ...emotion, a journey to our past, but lyrics aren't poetry and the format is too short to convey much depth of thought. So shut up and enjoy it, and stop tr ...inly not saying we should do anything to stop the music... but I'm getting too old for this shit.
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  • Things that make you go, “hmmm…”, or at least made me mentally think it, and write about it.
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  • ...eing it happen. I don't know if I'm just "lucky", but things happen around me. ...on't have to. While I prefer not to wallow in ugliness, I think hiding it (too much), makes people less able to cope with the realities of life... and dea
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  • It was 1988, I was 24, and I didn't know what was happening to me. I was in my bedroom having yet another panic attack, though I didn't know ...riting today, 15+ years later for both myself and to help others. It gives me peace. Sometimes, when frustrated, I just write something down to clarify i
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  • ...me, got up, came to the front of the cage and started pawing the glass for me to pet/play with it. So we got the attendant and said we wanted to meet tha ...and what she just saw. (This was not a shy and timid cat -- at least with me).
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  • ...ls). Technically, I wasn't officially "hunting", but I did take a gun with me a lot when hiking, because "you never know". And I'd been followed by a pac ...that was well beyond my caring. So we pass him, and she's frantic telling me to stop the car, so she can go confront him. I pulled over, but explained,
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  • ...s to tell. I'm just one of those people that has things happen around (and too), and has learned to be observant enough to catch on to what is going on ar ...e well-meaning fascists think it would be better for society than to allow me my constitutional and inalienable rights).
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  • ...sound appealing, then save your redbox money and watch something else. For me, it was worth every penny of the $.99 spent, but not a penny more.
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  • ...ideas; average minds question events; small minds question sources." ~ '''Me''' ...o get shorter if I have the time to edit, and distill it down, which bring me to this quote:
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  • ...it was big, but not how big. As jobs go, working in a movie theater wasn't too bad. I was young, and the toughest part was getting down there. Biking abou ...s. I understood "the floor is my garbage can" mentality, and it didn't bug me. And there was a lot to do; work concessions, help clean and so on. I worke
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  • ...d to comment under their two standards doctrine: one for thee, and one for me.
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  • * "Cover me. I'm changing lanes." * "Give me ambiguity or give me something else."
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  • ...gone. While we weren't very close, in some ways it's been a lot harder on me than I expected. In my mind (in prepping for this inevitability), I'd focus ...parts, of her imagining herself as the doting Mom, or me reminding her of me cooking meals for myself at age 4 while she and her Husband were out partyi
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  • ...e, it irks the crap out of me. But then, every now and then, one surprises me and openly admits the truth. Their CEO did, once he left his position, in a ...got wrong by committing a lie of omission or commission, and that's gotten me to listen less. So this section would be huge, if I wanted to dedicate my l
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  • ...that the other does not, but the rewards have been many friends that love me for who I am, instead of just the mystery and constructs they've created in ...t my students know whatever they wanted about me. My instructor came up to me and said, "you've got to keep the tiger behind the bamboo".
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  • ...hers had failed on, they decided I needed more of a challenge. So They put me in charge of INIT/BIT (Initialization and Built-in-test), I had to create a ...had been ongoing for a while, and was a project where two other members of me team, HATED each other and were ready to battle to the death, and take the
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  • ...well as diplomatic decorum), this is one of the more constrained areas for me. So while I'd like to write more, I'm restricted to very generic topics. Or ...it was nice to find that the top 10-20% in any one domain, knew more than me in that area, but I had the widest breadth of knowledge in the room.
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  • ...n't call them complete losses, at worst they just aren't quite as good for me. And I'm the only user that counts, right? ...ing). Apple could be more open in some areas (they do the closed API thing too much), but they are also more open in many other ways than they used to be.
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  • Not earth shattering events, but current events big enough for me to comment on.
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  • ...you trust the brand of site they're on.... but that doesn't bode well for me, since you don't know my brand (and I think I'm honest and informed). And p ...ong. I put my views out there so others can challenge them and maybe teach me along the way. But I have done a lot of research, and been into computers f
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  • ...ptimum terms: with one enemy and many friends. But when they tried to make me look bad after I was gone, it backlashed, and Karma exposed my detractors a ...force, and so proved of some worth. A walking cliché, with no powers over me -- probably because I felt the paper shredder had more sex appeal. But she
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  • ...d. That's always a flag to me, to go watch a film. So that's what inspired me to see it in theaters, and give them my money. It was good, if you wanted t
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  • ...a doing that, and running a little Bed and Breakfast getaway. They invited me up for a semi-working visit to help with their website and just hand: so Me ...idn't have the time/resources to do that. With them being so far away, and me starting my MBA and getting way busy, we lost touch.
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  • ...assassination of his top General with violence of any kind, but rather let me & millions of Americans fix this peacefully." As others pointed out, "I wou
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  • ...I'd be embarrassed if I was him. Of course he probably isn't, which tells me what I need to know about him.
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  • ...they had any interest in an actual conversation or growth, they would ask me what I thought and try to engage, instead of trying to disengage and provok ...h, "you probably think...", if they're not dead on-target and representing me fairly, they get stern warnings first... then blocked, ignored, or virtuall
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  • ...n the truth is malleable to the situation... but the one constant is "poor me". If you want the biggest FakeVictim President, then she's your man.
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  • ...ning flipped (2/4). Back in 1992, there was a WMAC event in Las Vegas, and me and my crew were the Demonstration Team. Here are some pictures I got with ....jpg |<font color=grey><small>[[Wikipedia: Ed Parker | Ed Parker]] tested me for my 3rd Degree Black Belt. </small></font>
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  • ...working for your Mom would work in your favor, you haven't met my Mom, for me it was nothing but torture. The humiliation was only magnified by the fact ...for your Mom would work in your favor; and for some I'm sure it does, for me it was nothing but torture.
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  • ...derivative Wrath of Kahn remake, but skewed enough to be annoying. So for me, it was like watching the Wiz and comparing it to the Judy Garland version. ...ast, reasonable action and dialog, it only needed a story that didn't make me want to use a neuralizer on myself. I guess if you didn't know the original
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  • ...ngs. I mean if I REALLY liked Canada, I would have moved there, eh? But to me, it's like a colder version of Seattle, full of people that are nice enough
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  • ...the years (not to mention taught martial arts for a couple of decades). To me, being a good people manager/motivator just isn't that hard: ...l. But for the wetware (people) side of it, it's mostly about the above to me.
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  • ...hy?" I explained they were in Costa Mesa (and I was in Orange) -- that was too long for the bus... and I was taking my driver's license test on Saturday. ...could get to it. I took everything apart and put most things back together too. This was before "The Way Things Work" series of books.
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  • ...torturously long bureaucratic process -- all for $5/day (when parking cost me $7). Lets just say my cynical nature was not disappointed. ...s their hands or foreheads, or on the wrong side of the page, which caused me to chuckle at all the most inappropriate times.
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  • ...b and read/watch what was coming across the wire. This is what happened to me that day. ...he story, and the history of the world, had just changed. People looked at me, as the thought sunk in. One plane might be an accident, two was an attack.
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  • ...d in the first trimester, but at viability it's getting too murder-ish for me.
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  • ...ns that didn't make it). But a 20,000% markup seems a wee bit excessive to me. It doesn't really matter, as I'm not buying them. It was just a curiosity
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  • ...hat was radical she replied, “You know, if that’s what radical means, call me a radical.”
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  • ...ked "a singular ambition" or had nothing particular thing to say. Which to me reads that they wanted it to be more clear cut Social Activist Propaganda m ...hile I didn't really "like" most of the characters (of each being a little too one-dimensional and predictable), the characters were true to their roles a
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  • ...nd Master, who overcomes his disability, sort of never really clicked with me. But this one works: the film style, pacing, story, characters, acting, I'm I've been watching this on Netflix. I have to say, it's growing on me as the best in the Marvel genre (at least on Netflix).
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  • ...rite things. Just a few videos that are worth the time to watch... some by me, some are by others. From motivational speakers, to life experiences, toast * My story of watching the video, and what it meant to me: '''[[Embrace the shake]]'''
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  • ...t the same time they were saying it was 10x as deadly. Lying to me, pisses me off.
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  • ...screen and keyboard that works, and I find that the iPad fills a niche for me, as a great travel/note-taking and entertainment device, when it's not wort ...I'd want to bother to carry it, and not wish I'd had the bigger iPad with me instead.
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  • ...n pain. My Mom said, "Food poisoning, next time don't eat frogs", and left me for a party. I spent the evening curled up in cramping pain, until I passed ...he Hospital". (As I hate the doctors, this was not a common occurrence for me).
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  • ...of the east, or at least ones that I took from Martial Arts and influenced me, and the ways I look at things. There are many perspectives into the same c
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  • ..., but it often irritates them into never wanting to discuss the topic with me again.</includeonly> <blockquote><span style="color:#36c">Me: Words have caused more deaths, and are more towards the root of the proble
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  • ...art posts, another gets drunk and plays music with some service that tells me every song he's listened to, and a third spews dimwitted politics from plac Individually, they may increase stickiness, or prevent things like too dislikes might hurt feelings and teach people to post less or resist the pl
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  • ...of Northfield. A police officer turned on his lights and siren and pulled me over, and said, "did I know what I'd done wrong?" I had no idea, there was a car in front of me and one beside me traveling the same speed, I was only doing 40 MPH on a major 4 or 5 lane th
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  • .... Reviewers liked the preachiness, but the 67/58 felt a little generous to me.</includeonly> ...bamacare). Honestly, the movie wasn’t THAT bad if you don't think about it too deeply, though I had a few friends that hated it — it got a 58 on Rotten
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  • * It felt to me like a bazooka, the recoil bruised my shoulder * it sounded like a cannon. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary form of PTSD
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  • ...fun... though as my wife said, both the Beatles and the choreographers did too many hallucinogenics. If you get to Vegas, and like the Beatles Music (and
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  • ...t have armrest wars with the guy in the seat next to me, so that was a win too. This is not a serious SuperHero movie, but for me, it was seriously fun, and far better than [[Avengers: Infinity War]].
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  • ...phobe. Being anti-refugee isn't racist. Trumps position is too extreme for me, but protecting Americans '''of all races''' against mass immigration (whic ...you call them racist for those reasonable positions, you immediately turn me off to your arguments as a fool or fraud.
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  • ...of voters only filled out the top of the ticket. What are the odds?." ~ '''Me''' (from something I read)
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  • ...ell into the pool next door. Around the corner new a French couple who fed me snails (escargot), got my bike stolen at the school, or in the yard. </smal {{Menu:About:Me:Favorites}}
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  • ...ar or two (or three) a movie comes along that hits all the right notes for me (pun intended), this was one of those movies. I went in only vaguely hearin ...here are certainly more epic films. But in 5 years, I feel like if you ask me about Avengers: Endgame, I'll remember it as, "some people did something".
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  • ...lude>If a Chinese Production company, watched too much Jack Bauer (24) and too many American Revenge films, then made an action movie about that happening ...ent was easier spent with everyone else talking about him, than him saying too much. Still, Jackie did a good enough job as a serious troubled avenger par
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  • ...in pain, just in time to see the same block falling to my face and hitting me, again, to finish the job it wasn't sure it had done right the first time. ...ht in a farm thresher, my parents would have given me an ice pack and told me to stop whimpering.
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  • * '''New Cars''' - Electric cars are not green -- it takes too much CO2 to create them and their batteries (and the electricity) to hit br * '''New Clothes''' - New fashion is not green -- it takes too much CO2 to make new stuff. Buy vintage clothes, especially ugly stuff that
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  • ...go, with no one who can confirm or contest it". That's not heroism -- it's me-tooism. ...peding towards the latest trend. To not fall prey to political hashtags of me-tooism. To silently do the right thing when nobody is watching, instead of
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  • ...at you’re just oblivious to. While you can’t take it too seriously, it hit me as a Blade Runner for this generation. ...h a 90/91% rating (Reviewers/Viewers). It didn’t carry quite that well for me. I’d swap the first movies 80% with the second movies 90% — which means
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  • Cars sort of matter to me: they were freedom and the ability to go where I wanted. For a while, they ...ad one, and cover insurance (a big win) -- but they would never have given me allowance, money for gas/repairs, or for a date or anything like that. I al
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  • What cracked me up was we're watching the cat-woman make a speech early on, about how "when That distracted me the rest of the movie. I kept thinking about how I read Rush Limbaugh had m
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  • ...g cars or other things, until they're broken up. (Seem a little extreme to me). <ref>USAToday: https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/08/14/sundar-p ...the power or being anti-competitive is. So the article seems illogical to me, because it's saying breakup for the sake of breaking them up (begging the
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  • ..., and was too dangerous, and I mostly left well enough alone. I was having too much fun getting paid to be criminal about things. Until one day... ...ll talking to the Admin, "You weren't around, and I want super-user access too (implying that I had it)".
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  • ...would eventually get theirs - but it was an interesting system, taught to me by the more Senior Aerospace Engineers. (It wasn't stealing, since the comp ...om the jaws of defeat through cheating or stretching, "I did what you told me" and failing was worse than ignoring them and making it work.
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  • ...tional black liberation theology crammed down my throats. Sanctimony makes me I think, "Go force-feed your dogma to [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel Don't get me wrong, I get that "life isn't fair"... but how many times can you hear stup
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  • ...like, "CBP officers were being so physically &sexually threatening towards me", and "[Border Agents] were keeping women in cells w/ no water & had told t
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  • ...stuff, partly because she's easy on the eyes and ears, and she agrees with me, but mostly because she forms well thought out and well explained points, w
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  • As a teenager with a hopped up car, the cops made me a target, and would get pulled over and harassed: * muffler too loud
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  • ...ontext, I was 9 at the time -- so I'm not a perv, she was the one teaching me (sorta). I'm not attracted to kids, heck, I'm not even attracted to the hot ...so to speak). Mom wasn't known for taking on gross tasks... still, she got me to walking and talking stage, and I took it from there.
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  • Being that I was a genius kid (who held myself back in school because I too felt that socialization with kids my own age was more important that "acade ...ir parts well -- even Sarah Silverman, who normally has the same appeal to me as licking a dirty chalkboard), I felt like the story line had a lot of pot
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  • * The Englishman says, "A pistol for me, old chap." The chief gives him a pistol, he points it at his head, says,
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  • ...l libertarian, I'm not really a real Libertarian (or that's what they tell me). I'm for less government (especially federal), for more isolationism and l
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  • ...on fire would be punishment enough. So I asked.... the cop looked right at me and said ... 'for waving a firearm'!!!
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  • Normally, I’m not too impressed — the stories/speakers can be a little too activist with an agenda. Like the lady preaching about how she gave kids di ...the most open/honest I’d ever seen an exec at the company. Yet, it bugged me not because of what he said, but something else...
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  • ...to status symbols (much). But I do value the independence that working got me, and I started working at a young age. I remember washing cars, selling lem ...rred me for life -- and to this day mayo, which was already distasteful to me, still brings this image up and remains low on my list of edibles.
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  • ...ck]], and [[Nate Silver]]. So I had a couple friends unfriend me and block me on Facebook, because I was right, and the truth hurt their feelings. But ig ...change my vote: http://thepeoplescube.com/peoples-blog/russian-hacker-made-me-change-my-vote-t19121.html
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  • ...two and two are five – well, two and two are five. This prospect frightens me much more than bombs. | George Orwell | In his essay "Looking Back on the S * Winston - Which do you wish? To persuade me that you can see five genders, or really to see them?<br /><br />
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  • ...Besides them getting the whole red-green meaning backwards, and concerning me about driving in Brazil, it worked well. There are lots of the waiters comi ...OK with overcooked and it leans towards my normal style, so it didn’t bug me at all. Others might prefer their pork with something closer to pink, than
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  • ...y Quad-T would restore it, because of Spinors. Yeah, you're getting beyond me.
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  • ...pplier (Qualcomm). But that doesn't make him right or wrong, it just makes me leery of taking one emotional/biased blogpost as gospel, after there's hand
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  • ...lude>[[Image: Exhaust.png| 180px|right]]These things didn't just happen to me. Maybe it's our family? [[Category:About]] [[Category:Me]] [[Category:Suicide]] [[Category:Life]]
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  • ...cceeded against the odds, but had done it on his own terms. That impressed me, and he became somewhat a mentor or at least model. ...onsultant, but that actually treated me nicely and with respect, that blew me away.
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  • ...r the worse. It feels like the Finder got a promotion; it used to work for me, now I work for it. NeXTies didn't fully get the Mac, and were highly resis ...UNIX gives me many shells, that are fast and standard. If Apple could give me a better interface than terminal, and more interfaces so I could avoid it e
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  • When I was about 14, my parents would occasionally take me by their work on a weekend, or to do something. My mother worked for IEC (I ...f the first Apple II's for something she was entering for work. She handed me the computer and the manuals, and that was it -- I set it up, entered a pro
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  • ...ve that way). I nearly hit her over that one. Then the Doctors argued with me over a hairline that was visible on the X-Ray, "that could be a suture mark ...aiser again. Where I got the same nitwit Nurse and Doctor, "do you believe me, this time?" when the X-ray showed a complete break. They admitted that it
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  • People in the office around me were asking "what was that?" and I mentioned that someone had just jumped o * Me, "Why, no I had not".
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  • Here are a few of my stories about growing up, and what's happened to me. ...not the low side (as some might quip). The school's solution was to stuff me in a gifted program the next year, called MGM (mentally gifted minors). Whi
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  • ...ncentrate on their own, a rewording of Jesus' Gospel (Matthew 7:3), is way too conservative/contravercial for the algorythm of snowflakes at Facebook. And ...ars to be silently fixed. But that lack of transparency is the problem for me. Why was it blocked? Why was it fixed? What's the criteria? This is all a f
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  • ...e: ZappaCollege.jpeg | 180px|right]]</noinclude>Zappa was hit or miss with me. He had/did some things I loved, and others I didn't. But he was insightful ...brilliant observation on ego, and what likely happened and when we became too commercialized. It wasn't because of old guys who smoked cigars and took ch
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  • ...few places, but spent most of it at this one job. It was an eye-opener for me. ...get into the liquor store for lunch runs, and didn't block my way and give me lip on the street.
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  • It seems to me that suppressing newsworthy assaults, when they sensationalize others with
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  • # Her corrections reminded me of everything wrong with HS: biased teachers that offer varying degrees of ...the left does something more hypocritical, abrasive and wrong, it reminds me that compared to the alternative, he's a saint. And in the end, the English
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  • ...hat I do know, is that there's nothing about this candidate that impresses me.
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  • ...frustrating because it's "as maddening and frustrating and triggering for me to look at as a KKK hood." MAGA folks have not lynched anyone like the mili
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  • ...video just makes them madder. While learning something new is exciting to me, for them, conceding their heroes were wrong is ripping the foundation of t ...when they do, and more willing to concede when caught and challenged. For me, you're only a useful being when you're self aware and can question or thin
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  • ...Wars. It's enjoyable enough to watch and keep up -- but it has always felt too commercial and shallow, and while they were good, they were always a little ...y is doing a better job than Lucas was -- and Ron Howard's politics annoys me, but he's quite an accomplished director and does a good job and both makin
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  • ...simple. I was afraid of the anxiety attacks I would get when I would stray too far from the safety of my home. But it doesn't really matter the type of ph For me, the disorder came on in my 20's after an illness, which is not that uncomm
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  • * Video (Heil Me): https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=68&v=yTBYksnK7N0
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  • ...’s Twitter battle where he told a right-wing pundit (Tomi Lahren), “Leave me alone, or I’ll dog walk you". If you don't think this is offensive, imagi
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  • ...top action sequences -- but without the complete absurdity that was losing me on the series during the 80's and 90's. More back to basics, darker, 60's b ...oting, and after a few rounds with mine, they usually say, "great, now let me try the Glock". The best thing about a PPK is it's small enough that a spy
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  • ...ngs from the dock or pulled them out. Huh? It feels, well, like Windows to me. It is actually slightly better than Windows and is closer to a Mac, but it ...t up before I did so when I went downstairs it was all warm and booted for me". Minor stuff, but not yet supported.
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  • ...ly say "douche". And for some reason, that little bit of dickishness gives me great joy. (Lesson, "Don't tattoo anything that you aren't 100% sure of, on
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  • ...... my wife does. Growing up my family wasn't good at it either. Don't get me wrong, I give things that are occasionally considerate -- but I'm about as ...17-22 years old... then I got over it. Well into my 40's, my Mom would buy me something that would excite a teenage goth, and say, "I know you like black
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  • ...ire started rolling up my ankle (sideways), which very effectively, pulled me down into the asphalt. The car was rolling up my leg towards the knee, when Talk about harshing my buzz; that had sobered me up in about 0.5 seconds flat -- endorphines and pain are serious sober-uppe
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  • ...I was going home. While I was confident up until I hit my teens; acne hit me pretty hard (physically as well as emotionally) as well as the other teenag ...ked out real hard and I'd barely broken a sweat. So afterwards she says to me, "Let's go for a little swim".
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  • ...ws for some people to get a voice that they wouldn't have elsewhere. So to me, it's like reddit or twitchy -- sure most articles are full of shit, but th
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  • ...e stories, start staring at me, agape in disbelief - or often just look at me with skepticism, and assume that I have to be a bullshitter, because that d ...of having post-traumatic stress disorder. My friends used to love scaring me, from a distance, because I would leap so far and fast or fly into a fighti
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  • My Grandfather (who was quite a personality), summed this up for me before he died. At one of the holiday meals he was pontificating about past
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  • ...f a stink about how Twitter would share Trump's private messages, a little too gleefully. The gleefully part is concerning, and while they have a history ...est of the attacks against Twitter to me. Sure, they have someone a little too enthusiastic sounding about violating someone else's privacy -- so there's
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  • ...o, so there's no way to know if that's true... me thinks thou doth protest too much. Then due to a Facebook update (and a bug/glitch) that showed which ad
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  • ...reign governments, for less justified and ethical things, is a problem for me. There's room to debate whether the U.S. should pressure other governments,
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  • ...going to be known as Generation TidePod, mostly because condom snorters is too vulgar. But you are what you do. Not everyone in this generation eats TideP TidePod-Explanaion2.jpg |Let me explain it to you
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  • ...movie managed to fix many of those things I didn't like about the book for me. I didn't go into this movie expecting much. An obscure production telling
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  • ...faith in as well: Google, Amazon, Facebook -- but being into tech, I knew too much about them and their flaws, to make those bets. Just because they were
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  • ...ter / erotic novelist. Let's just say that imagery is like anti-viagra for me. <ref>Erotica: https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/culture/gabriel-hays/2019/
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  • ...t every film shot in this style, for but this one movie it worked well for me, and my wife -- and wasn't disruptive or disjointed at all. It made it fres The story itself is nice too. It has tragedy, drama, and people being people (good and bad, sometimes ma
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  • ...discredited authors, and landslide of bias -- but they do get things right too. And not just on things I agree with. (Though usually, that were later debu ...ng that because they're wrong so often in the past, they must be wrong now too). }}
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  • ...and you have a dumb cruel race". Around the same time (1972) he once gave me the speech about the difference between, "blacks and niggers". Both actions ...can't be a racist, because some of my friends are black", it applied there too. He had a black hunting buddy, and some in his lodge/clubs, and my uncle ha
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  • ...ts of the movie were very familiar, but not all). It was more enjoyable to me as a movie (cliff notes) than in book form, and I’m not sure why. I think ...reviewers hated the movie (20%), and audiences loved it (84%). This is all too common on anything that touches a religious or political bend. It’s like
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  • ...to events that have nothing to do with him and saying, "don't forget about me!", like pictures of himself remembering Steven Hawking or Rosa Parks. He's
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  • A reporter from the Plain Dealer asked me and my wife on that cold morning, “What inspires someone to do a public d ...dividuality with our total lack of anything special. We take ourselves all too seriously, but we’re really just a bunch of naked apes with visions of gr
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  • ...as Wehner did. The Atlantic was just the vehicle of disinformation, as is too often the case. ...for the most balanced and authoritative view on Christian ethics? Not for me. Most writers both have a bias, and know their publications tone and tenden
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  • Show me a far left fanatic, where they did the same stuff to. I'll wait.
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  • ...moral positions, then Trump was right and Obama was wrong -- even if like me, you think that we should have figured out how to end the Cuba impasse, lon ...dn't exaggerate them (and ignore their sides many bigger failues) and turn me off their cause. But in general, I know that he's putting America's interes
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  • ...4). And both Solo and Rogue 1 were the best (most adult) of the Series to me.
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  • And the idea of automating this banning with AI and ML, doesn't make me feel any better. An algorithm is only as good and unbiased as the coder...
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  • ...at-wasnt-real-socialism-a-better-way-to-respond-to-the-claim/</ref> But to me, that's the whole, "I know you are, but what am I" form of arguing. While i ...e own everything and just loan it to others. So there's still property for me (the state), just not for thee (the individual). There must be centralized
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  • ...tfelt. But I think the problem was more about messaging than delivery. For me, and most users, it's a great product. ...guns as evil kill devices, and not inanimate tools. So while a handsaw to me just means carpenter, to the California crowd it means Dexter.
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  • ...s gotten worse, or is because of Republicans. Didn't we used to say, "give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free". Nope. ...ia.org/wiki/Statue_of_Liberty </ref> from 1886, which includes, "'''''Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free'''''"..
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  • ...the same things that Democrats say, but the media gives them a pass on. To me, that reflects on the medias naked hypocrisy and bias, more than on the adm
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  • == It's all Greek to me == ...em such, then they are letting me see it sooner, and not trying to mislead me.
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  • ...But I had some reservations, and I was far less a war hawk than he was. To me, he turned out to be quite a bit better than I expected. And almost everyth
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  • ...e templates gave me some good ideas for improving card designs, and helped me get something done so I could get back to doing real work. While I'm fast w ...ackages. But what BCC does, it does well. How much is your time worth? For me, $40 to save myself an hour or two of time, and get back to doing real work
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  • ...oinclude>This is a yawner to me as to what it was in 2002 -- what concerns me is what it might devolve into. (Is it a slippery slope). What the Patriot A ...em in cases of terror. There's some clauses in there around this that give me pause.
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  • ...them some made up shit like Ze or Zir, then I'm going to demand they call me Lord and Savior. If they don't honor my request, then we know they're just
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  • [[Category:Terms]] [[Category:Me]] [[Category:Life]]
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  • ...nclude>[[Image: Hillary-Chelsea.jpg|right|240px]]</noinclude>And don't get me started, imagine if Barbara or Jenna Bush's first job out of college paid l
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  • ...ts, and regurgitating them to the amazement and annoyance of adults around me. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eidetic_memory Eidetic memory] was one of m ...ogma I was being force-fed by public education. Those bastards had lied to me! And the seeds of critical thinking (skepticism) were sowed, by the distrus
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  • ...amongst programmers, usually towards their management, "if you don't leave me alone, I'll replace you with a very small shell script". The idea is that t
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  • ...licker, the Anarchist/Waynarchist, the Bishop, Zaphod / the Professionals (me) and Rusty... also Simon Jester in the Mac era. ironically, I think I remem
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  • ...or dinner, only to find out it was a MLM pitch for used marital aids. Fuck me (and not literally)... I felt gross for just having to listen to his pitch. "I'm sorry, you're too dumb to speak at our company, this was a mistake" would have been the corre
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  • .... But you better believe @realDonaldTrump will try. And I know you’re with me. Not on our watch.”
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  • * <span style="color:#333333">“Me too!” I exclaimed. “See, you’re not alone. Are you a free-market libertar * <span style="color:#333333">“Me too! Hayekian or Rothbardian?”</span>
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  • ...companies hunting at any time, but there are many people looking for work too -- and there are dozens of Resume's that come in for each job. While I beli ...gure out that I am what they want, they put a hiring freeze, decide I cost too much, reevaluate requirements of the project, or want to think about it (at
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  • ...esponse; as well as my little choking and spitting fit. Someone pointed at me and said that I was a spitter, and they laughed to tears; at my perturbed e ...f, "My friend said you never make it hot enough, and that Japanese food is too bland". The Chef has stopped using a little fork to put a little of the pep
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  • ...y don't like bullies" was all it took for the preemptory challenges to let me go free, with a fist bump from another juror. </onlyinclude> ...they were looking for, and let me go. Primarily, it got to questions about me teaching Martial Arts, and donating my Dojo income to home for Battered Wom
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  • ...st to adapt to changing market demands. Some things they do, like offering me better selection at lower prices, is great. Other things they do, like cens
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  • ...Box". I learned early on, they don't mean it. Or more often they mean "not too much outside the box". ...ned and defended my answers -- but the smug teacher was mad because I went too far outside the box. Either that or it was pre-teen, "I'm smarter than you"
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  • ...lking about just the DailyKos, I’m not — there are other places that do it too, but few manage to be in full, “don't think” mode as the Kos). ...back. We'll never agree on the topic (I care about the data and innocents too much). And sometimes I like to argue to show off the research I’d done, a
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  • ...), HP/UX (Hewlet Packard), AIX (IBM) and IRIX (SGI) are considered UNIX to me, and gawd knows that'll trigger more than a few as those bastardized propri
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  • ...as a precocious kid and early adult, and then something snapped. It helped me learn first hand what these things are, and are not. These are just my view ...n they see a spider or a snake, for others it can be something like "being too far from home or being outside". These people's "anxiety" reaction (fight o
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  • ...oppression like "women and journalists of color" face in the industry. Cry me a river pouty McTroll, you're just mad because your hate post boomeranged.
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  • ...data privacy. Don't know, don't care, and it doesn't behoove me to dive in too deeply or share on that. None of that changes that you should NOT knowingly
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  • ...c Global Warming Theory), who are now speaking out against it as going way too far, and getting away from science. * Then it spent 5-10 minutes telling me what the next movie would contain (that didn't make this one)
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  • ...pression and challenges, and gender re-assignment doesn't help. So this to me is like celebrating and sensationalizing childhood schizophrenia, I'm not s ...get to read what they actually wrote. But so far, it’s not looking good to me, in how either NatGeo or their supporters are treating it.
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  • ...one hand, the memories are a bit fuzzy. But also the kid in it looked like me -- so I sort of bonded to it. (The Iranian decent, I was a darker kid with ...went there -- the most memorable for me was Polar Express, where it looked too real, but not quite, and was more eerie or disturbing than good -- it was d
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  • ...ience (otherwise it gets soggy)… but the lead-in for this article did make me chuckle heartily... '''"''Have you ever eaten Froot Loops and thought, "Thi
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  • ...of the east, or at least ones that I took from Martial Arts and influenced me, and the ways I look at things. There are many perspectives into the same c
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  • ...he WhiteHouse, twice. Two of her most famous quotes sort of sum her up for me (1) "proud of her country for the first time" when Barack was nominated (2)
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  • ...s. I was attacked, called a liar, and when I showed evidence, they blocked me. A year later, even far left organizations like SPLC admitted as much and d ...crime he should be prosecuted. But what he he did seems less disgusting to me than a mob of virtue signalers running around trying to oppress everyone th
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  • ...e franchise. And Ewok’s... So 6 was where it went down hill for me. So for me the pinnacle of ruination, where the series took a downturn was 6. The rede ...ar Jar and all the other gripes don't approach that degree of dumbness for me — despite having weak sauce and pointless writing/adventure.
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  • This is what happens when you have too much time on your hands, and you like to doodle. I have lots of these doodl ...ing on their computers or hot-rodding them. You'd think my wife would keep me busy enough around the house; but alas, I'm always doing weird little art p
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  • ...the third brought up something up that really stirred the brain juices for me. It was talking about a guy that took over as landlord for a building of 10 ...er, and put up walls to make the job more palatable for him. (It just hurt too much to kick people out, so his solution was to shut them out).
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  • There's a rumor that Leno was fired because he was too tough on Obama (and the Obama administration was pressuring NBC). While it ...that seems more like excuse making than a good refutation of the theory to me.
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  • ...when is fighting is better than the alternative? These are my thoughts. To me, the aggressor is not the one that throws the first punch, but the one who ...rmined to fight, and it is inescapable, then I may not wait for him to hit me (or try) - I might stop the fight in the quickest way I know how (and he mi
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  • The idea of Reparations is moronic and racist. We have too much mixing to be able to separate those blacks who traded or had slaves, f # Practically, we have too much mixing (and it's been too long) to be able to separate those blacks who traded or had slaves, from wh
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  • [[Category:Memes]] [[Category:Events]] [[Category:Me]] [[Category:Life]] [[Category:Memes-Issues]]
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  • [[Image: WhoopiGoldberg.jpg | 96px|right|]]Don't get me started on these klatch of dim-wits on '''[[The View]]''', with Whoopi Gold
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  • ...nd so on... the premise of the dumbest people alive, kind of ruined it for me. There's no way to kvetch on this one without spoilers, so if that matters ...h disbelief to watch SuperHero TV shows... but that was a bit too much for me.
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  • ...as well as others. I was not a happy camper. They did some tests, and gave me real definitive answers; it looks like mono in some ways, hepatitis in othe ...ot back, "You've done things to me I wouldn't let my wife do, you can call me Dave". I broke through a doctor's professional demeanor with that one.
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  • ...I shouldn't, I just did different (less destructive) things than John got me into. And John had a way of getting caught. If John wasn't around, I tended ...h the banister rails, from a semi-vegitative state on the landing. Meh, to me, hash is just boiled pot (pot from concentrate), it's the same THC no matte
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  • ...s and politicians do. They try to convince people that it's their ways, or me (or my ilk) would create concentration camps, or create Handmaid's tale, or ...ends and family that disagree with them are evil? That's dumb. And it told me which side I wanted to be on. And virtually every issue that comes up confi
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  • ...what I'm told) was ingrained early, often, and imperfect skepticism served me well in most topics I dived into.<noinclude> While I'm not easily sold on conspiracy theories (it's too hard to get people to agree, or keep secrets), I am on people's ability to
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  • ...hat I don't like the idea of High Speed Rail, it's just my brain won't let me stop comparing how much good I could do with the money, if we didn't waste High speed rail would be great for me: it's stealing billions of dollars from the poorer parts of the state and n
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  • ...d their mindless audience doesn't question it. "OrangeMan = Bad! CNN tells me so!"
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  • ...). This is probably far greater than half the people most of the time, and too many people all of the time. ...they felt in their arms was not because of the other person, or because of me starting the game; but it was because of them. They didn't know when to wal
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  • During the Iraq War, the French people I'd met kept telling me things like, "we don't dislike Americans, just their President and Policies ...actions, harsh or bias pre-judgments towards myself (or my culture) gives me the rationalization to judge them more readily. But in order to judge them
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  • ...n Islanders (Melanesians) that sort of sums up a lot of human behavior for me. During WWII, Americans used small islands as airbases to launch various at
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  • ...up better as a memory, than in rewatching them. Blade runner did that for me. It wasn't bad, and was iconic for its day. But it's nearly 2019 and I'm no So I'm not as in love with the film as I was when I first saw it. But to me, it was a better movie than most others that get more credit for ground-bre
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  • <noinclude>[[Image: TooMuchGovt.jpg| 180px|right]]</noinclude>When is there too much Government? That depends on which side of the law you're on: the oppre ...quite a few military bases over the years, and what never ceases to amaze me is how they function without laws. Here is a city (or county) sized institu
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  • ...n and weigh it against the prior evidence? It's not wether they agree with me or not that changes who they are. (They might have valid reasons for still
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  • A perfect example to me is X-Windows. UNIX needed a way to do windowing and User Interface. So prog == Give me what I want ==
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  • ...th, above Women's health, and above their own integrity. And that disgusts me, and deserves to be called out. Journalism is telling people the whole trut
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  • ...". But they also say, "Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me!" What we know is that on the big issues, the left is almost never right. A ...gislation would break up the big banks and reduce their market share; stop too big to fail.
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  • ...world, I hear all the time about "<B>Backwards</B>" compatibility. That to me is like saying "I wish my hot new CD player would play my 8-track tapes as That was one of the things that hooked me on the Mac; the engineers were thinking ahead, instead of behind. The Mac w
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  • ...cle]. It didn't seem that hard to figure out where walls and doors were to me, though some handles are unique. The meeting rooms have aluminum louver bli ...taste in architecture. It's gorgeous, in it's own minimalist way. But for me, good architecture is marrying Form and Function together into a whole. Thi
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  • ...learn from your mistakes, you're promoted to General". And so on. I crack me up. ...d what had happened. I was called in for an ass-chewing, when I said, "Let me get this straight, someone removed my secured code, from a secured lab, wit
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  • ...cerned with a phony store (real or on-line) that is trying to dupe me into me giving my private information or credit card number than I am about a hacke
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  • * I almost had a psychic girlfriend but she left me before we met. * I drive way too fast to worry about cholesterol.
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  • ...upid thing to defend right before going to the Florida primary. It reminds me of the time Bill Clinton tweeted he was going to celebrate Fidel Castro's l
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  • ...I repeat myself: it was Salon. Still, her racist polarizing diatribe, made me want to retaliate in kind, re-living a mostly true tales of woe and racism ...of woe and racism in my past, in a parody of her article. Not to cry "poor me" or to pretend my victimhood is the only one that matters (as she is doing)
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  • ...e been trying to give them the benefit of the doubt, but they keep letting me down; and I can't seem to lower my expectations as fast as they can lower t == Buy me ==
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  • ...nd she falls into that category. But the film still played really well for me, and while there was a little dose of "Girl-Power" stuff, I didn't see what ...else is a bigot. I want to be entertained, not lectured to. So it can rub me wrong... but the comics and Hollywood have done it long before this film. I
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  • More than that for me was as Jonah Goldberg put it, they had "essentially become the house organ
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  • ...h TV for either entertainment or education (information) -- HBO spends way too much time funding liberal disinformation or advocacy shows. So even when th ...l puts their money and support behind way too many bad far-left flicks for me to support them more than I have to.
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  • ...her snake pissed off enough, that it actually came at me biting and chased me back a bit. But again, that's likely more a threat display to get you to le ...d, but they would live. But that would be stupid: seek help, there are way too many potential complications, and if the snake hits a vein or gets you in t
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  • ...ainst our Community Standards on hate speech" welcome dialog. Hate speech? Me? What are they talking about? It turns out the accession is a crime in FB l ...l didn't like something I said in a group, had scanned my page, and called me a racist Trump-loving Fox-News watcher, and reported something as "hate spe
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  • ...to claim I have the only answer, just an answer that works well enough for me. <noinclude> ...ad people in the past ask me why I don't believe in God, or what God is to me, so I decided to write down my views on the subject. This is just my person
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  • === Could have been me === {{ T1 | Obama, "Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago" }}
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  • Some who don't know me might call me a sexist pig. Not because I think one gender is better than the other, I ju * Little girls want attention and to socialize; "look at me, look at me."
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  • ...n spite of the nearly insurmountable headwinds/biases against them. But to me, that set the wrong tone. (I want to celebrate black achievements over inju
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  • * Illinois and NJ: gots to get me some of that government dependency: https://www.vox.com/2019/2/15/18226222/
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  • ...s doubt: we don't know what's out there beyond our comprehension, so being too definitive is being close minded. I think it's highly unlikely there's a te ...up'... then I have no room to mock someone else's beliefs". But that gets me back, to I don't even believe that. I believe that if there was an initital
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  • ...r, they cleared it by quite a bit. So methinks Hollywood/left doth protest too much. Thus, while it could have been a bit more subtle, it is a true story ...ost kids should probably see this with their parents -- but hypocrisy irks me.
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  • ...ppiness that they have in their lives (as long as they are not offended at me doing the same). Many pious people (Priests, Rabbi's, Pastors and holy men) ...they aren't saying which God, it is not a violation of church and state to me. And tolerance needs to be learned by all religions, even the religion of n
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  • ...ty). Which is almost how long it took to get to the point. Not horrid, but too much teenage angst for an immortal.</includeonly> ...y). Which is almost how long it took to get to the point. Not horrid, but too much teenage angst for an immortal.
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  • ...on't give him funds. He has to lie to the American people, because they're too stupid to understand the complexities of his decisions. It's all for our ow ...ww.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/03/07/that-s-it-house-of-cards-you-lost-me.html
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  • I'm a native Californian, but it makes me sad to say that. This state is the most constantly bad, and least tolerant ...ous about it, is worse. So I don't mind some of their mistakes (some drive me nuts), but combine it with lecturing the world on how they are better, whil
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  • ...trends (especially violent crime) in areas controlled by the left and tell me which way you see it going. If you're reasonable, you understand why. If yo
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  • * The first story captivated me with its brutal honesty.
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  • Does that exonerate the right? Not to me. But that context frames their counter-assault as a counter-attack, instead .... They want to tell me how to run my business, tax, regulate and legislate me to death.
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  • ...ra 30 minutes of filler to tie it all together at the end. Fairy tails are too dark for young kids, and not enough action for older ones. It was a swing a Fairy tails are too dark for young kids, and not enough action for older ones. The songs aren't
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  • ...s) don't actually help, they just moved the problem somewhere else. And to me, it feels like this is worse. }} ...scation for the loss of 2,200 more lives? That doesn't sound like a win to me.
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  • ...I'm not sure why. Boiling packets of frozen Mac & Cheese isn't a shock to me -- and it improves quality control and consistency over fresh made. So I ne
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  • ...side has to find 40 without scientific integrity, and that burden is just too high. So they don't even try. They try to cherry pick their data, exclude d ...rity/popularity isn't dependent on the research it's based on. Which tells me what I need to know about them, their sources, and their scientific/intelle
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  • ...m halting and flaming out kinda stuff. Hey, they were making this easy for me, I submitted them all with great pride in my diligence. ...gs, but saved them for the following weeks build, and wouldn't submit them too fast.
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  • ...troom. As you can imagine, this means that ergonomics is very important to me; and I've learned the hard way, the costs of not having things set up well. ...juries; for many, a trackball or trackpad can. I find the latter two cause me far more problems; but generally, if your body is getting sore using one, t
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  • ...e on this mortal coil, then I support it and it is of no cost/sacrifice to me to do so.
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  • ...mes elsewhere" and unrolling some of them. This falls into that bucket for me. Don't act shocked that your stupid executive order was going to get rammed ...And those pretending outrage over this, only show they're not clued in, or too partisan to understand what really happened.
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  • ...it will go to a side track and kill one person. Which is more ethical? For me, the victims not having a say in what you do, is where much of the problem {{ T1 |'''NOTE:''' To me the proper answer is have it a software selector (and indemnity is granted
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  • ...ked it: best movie of the year, so far -- but in the top few for last year too. ...and overdone special effects, were getting on my nerves. Which was sad to me, because other parts of his productions were quite good.
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  • ...re-X MacOS had plenty of quirks or bad versions that would screw things up too. But users could move anything (except for a little caution in the System F
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  • ...t's probably highly fictionalized tripe that will irritate the crap out of me. ...f critics liked it, while 86% of the audience did. That's always a flag to me, to go watch a film. It was good enough (for a Rambo film), but it wasn't a
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  • ...on]], and ideas about infinite data or infinite network, and they credited me with some big insight (it was going sort of pre-viral). The truth is less g ...nected to a computer (it has a computer built in). And the Internet allows me to connect to local radio stations, or read local newspapers from anywhere
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  • ...ge:SlaveNarratives.gif| 96px|right|]] Slavery and the civil war fascinated me. Again, this isn't to rationalize it, but the "Roots" narrative, as told by ...ge: SlaveNarratives.gif| 180px|right]]Slavery and the civil war fascinated me. Again, this isn't to rationalize it, but the "Roots" narrative, as told by
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  • ...guys butts because they sounded rapey was worse the price of admission for me. But as you can tell, I have a pretty low bar.
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  • ...and averages about those group and cultures. The anonymity of groups gives me the freedom to judge like a baptist at a strip club (with other baptists wa ...wn and her campaigns emails). And that willful denial is far more scary to me than anything Trump or his supporters have said or done. A Trumpette might
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  • ...g of someone going through it, and really going through the steps reminded me of how much of it is applicable to everyone else. ...vice/others). That seems a whole lot bigger than just substance abusers to me.
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  • ...d documenting the errors/dishonesties in some of his movies like Roger and Me, F9/11, that I knew of, and found there were LARGE websites devoted to debu ...ichael evades him in the exact same ways that Roger Smith did in Roger and me. (Who knew famous people might avoid interviews from kooks?)
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  • ...if she was "nervous laughing" or not. But it sure didn't sound that way to me from the tapes. And that still doesn't change the ethics of her original ac
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  • ...work through my Mom's Consulting Company; and once again it worked against me. When you walk into the interview, and someone says, "So you're Fran's kid? ...excuse NOT to hire me couldn't find one (along with his team). They hired me for another "6 month contract" that last 3+ years.
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  • ...e, bad management, and biased policies. I want a social network that gives me control of what I see and share -- both to my friends and to advertisers. I
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  • ...nting this out, many ignored the real history of links/facts, and attacked me for bringing up such an absurd idea, without addressing any of the points o
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  • ..., not because of any true respect. And their crocodile tears don't impress me because they don't give a shit about him or his views, and never supported ...into the context, it's more gotcha falsehoods from the left, than real to me.
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  • ...s, but mult-stanza potty-mouth-prose. There were sailors in the row behind me giggling, and a couple of teenage mean-girls taking notes for their next cy ...sting/acting was on target. And the continuous pop-culture references made me bust out laughing a few times.
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  • ...he first time Nancy said "just say 'no'"... I didn't need Zemeckis beating me over the head with it for 2 hours and 18 minutes.
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  • A: Let me tell you about the evils of Wall St…. {insert blah blah Marxist rhetoric
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  • ...t dark-money funded shady-institution (Demand Justice) to take jabs. Color me skeptical that they would treat any leftist pick with the same tone or scru
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  • ...s show) and replied "If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black." Activists were outraged that a white guy
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  • To become a good leftist, repeat after me:
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  • Who me? Became appointed President because the prior VP crook was thrown out. Our
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  • ...not know what war was for real so he was too willing to get involved, and too willing to say "enough" once he was going to have to pay the price. But as Which brings me to the point. Most westerners (who are not, or who have not been warriors)
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  • ...This was the context I dealt with. I had a support call that consisted of me remotely diagnosing the problem to someone (unknown who) had 3 hole punched ...out I was the only invitee and it was just her, and that she wanted to bag me as a going away prize. I'm no prude, and would have enjoyed violating her i
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  • ...eriously -- and we're good, even when you're occasionally disagreeing with me. But you can't mock your own side, or recognize your own flaws (or the same ..."Abuse of office", then outrage the next for firing him ("Are you kidding me?" tweet).
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  • ...lerance of wrongdoing; they turn their heads, or say "that doesn't concern me" or “that’s just the way things are”. They tolerate the intolerable. ...sn’t new. One of our flags in the America revolution said, "Don't Tread on Me." We were willing to take on the most powerful military in the world, just
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  • ..., but I know there are people out there smarter and more accomplished than me, that are in the same boat. So while I need to lay out my accomplishments t ...ademia for decades. Many of their professors have cited my articles, asked me questions, have used books that I was a technical editor for as part of the
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  • * Classic wooden coasters that leave me a bit bruised [https://www.cedarpoint.com/play/rides/blue-streak Blue Strea
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  • 4. The "one" thing I hope this application doesn't ask me about is<br /> 4. The "one" thing I hope this application doesn't ask me about is<br />
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  • ...84 wasn't nearly as bad as all that, for most people, the parody still had too much truth to it. I’m not as concerned about the loss of privacy (though ...before. A true liberal could no longer be part of their club: no soup for me.
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  • ...MGB}}</noinclude>Yes, I jumped out of a perfectly good airplane. Twice. To me, it was no big deal. I just wanted to experience freefall, and enjoyed flyi ...r, high voltage lines, and so on; all pretty common sense stuff if you ask me.
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  • ...rom my house". Anyone that thinks she said that, sets the [[bozo bit]] for me. (Low information voter).
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  • * The War on drugs has not stopped or even slowed illegal drugs. If you doubt me, ask your high school kid if he could buy a joint if he wanted (in states w
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  • People have been asking me investment advice or tips. The basics is you’re trying to time the market
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  • * Gay man who is a bear = "hairy fairy" (from a friend... that got me onto a theme... not that I have anything against gay, there's just a lot of
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  • * To me, boxing is like a ballet, except there's no music, no choreography, and the * To me, clowns aren't funny. In fact, they're kinda scary. I've wondered where thi
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  • .../noinclude>A law is the point where you say, "people that don't agree with me, must be punished and have their rights taken away"... either with loss of ...your answer on to everyone else. And that's a pretty dick move, if you ask me.
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  • It didn't do it for me. There were elements that rang true, others that seemed like a NY liberal t So for me, it was hit and miss: 50/50, but the material 50 was the side he missed mor
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  • ...ure started trying to come home. Standby seating is tricky. We had one for me, and since Melissa was in uniform, she offered to “jump seat”. They sa
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  • Someone told me how great Germany is for Liberty, so I replied, "Cool. Here's a few freedom ...u can't have consumer protection, it's that consumer protection can go way too far.
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  • ...rse I eat a ton of rice, as do most cultures, so I wonder if it applies to me (and them) as well. ...od that coloring reference, as the coloring doesn't look that different to me.
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  • * Trump replied, "What do you want me to call them?"
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  • ...o shed more than a few. So I went on my first formal diet ever (other than me just eating better or smaller portions), called Optavia (used to be Medifas ...nging how you look at things (like food, and your diet). So I wouldn't get too hung up on terminology. }}
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  • ...tes of dismemberment; but based on the expressions of some of those around me, they weren't quite so mentally prepared. ...a memorable and fun character that passed through my life. But his name is too common to easily get in contact with. }}
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  • ...fying what I did, nor bragging -- it was 20 years ago, and just a kid with too much time and a new way to express creative energy. ...doing things that they could be arrested for. But it wasn't going to stop me -- and it isn't going to stop them now.
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  • [email protected] and I politely left. Her actions say far more about her than about me." (She was nice enough to leave out what a steaming cunt the owner was, and ...or something special that was morally offensive to the staff -- like "make me a meat-loaf in the shape of a prison camp for kids". But that didn't happen
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  • ...; and that seems to be Rockwell. Yes, they had female versions of the same too. Someone once said, "90% of female engineers are gorgeous, and the other 10 ...ented, or had stood a little too close over the years and microwaved a few too many brain cells.
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  • ...ench for past wrongs (and vise versa), or Castilians or Basks that weren't too happy with the rest of Spain, and so on, ad infinitum. * When an Italian or Russian mob guy is shaking me down, do you think they say, "let's give him the white discount?".
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  • ...for cathartic rants, fire-and-forget... I didn't want a troll-army telling me how great I was, or who would attack any who I focused my "corrections" on. ...on things that were coming in the tech industry and knew too much and was too NDA'd to write about it. So While I was still a futurist and a technologist
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  • ...y are going to try to lecture us about social justice? It doesn't sound to me like the best way for Nike to remain apolitical to improve customer percept
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  • To me, this is another example of Cancel-Culture going way overboard with their,
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  • ...ng it, they tell us they know what we think better than we do. Which tells me which side is more ignorant, superstitious and less open-minded.| [[Ari Sab
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  • It wasn't horrible... in fact, it was kind of fresh for the genre. But to me, it just wasn't that funny and it fell far below its potential. And it had I know, maybe I'm expecting too much from a sex-commedy. But I just expect a lot of good one-liners and ina
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  • Based on the reviewers that didn't like it, it seems it was a bit too cerebral for them? (Or they just weren't getting the nuance). The reviewers ...rsion of Ghost, or the sci-fi remake, 25 year later. (Similar plotline for me: boy and girl love each other, girl loses boy, has a shadow of him, and has
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  • ...e quickly, and today's hip terms become yesterday's "Bitchen" or "Rad" way too quickly. Shane believed his own bullshit, and became a master of convincing Don't get me wrong, I think they actually kinda had their fingers on the pulse of youth.
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  • ...to make them work). But their lack of anything resembling ingenuity drives me nuts. Haven't they heard of bicycles? There's a lot of them around. You can
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  • * this movie had a couple too many endings ...steaming passion for not being true enough to original comics/series. (Way too "out there" for them). So it's NOT for purists, and those who expect it to
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  • ...es or quit. Whether that's enough to ruin Facebook today, is irrelevant to me. It shows that Facebook is like [[Quark]]: a tech company that made a hugel
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  • ...nagers, parents, or others, try to tell people way too much, and fight way too long trying to ìwinî some argument and explain to people what theyíll ev ...others (who are attendants or pilots), and their humanity actually amuses me. Stories like the attendant who took 10 tries to pass her exams (thatís co
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  • ...with new appreciation. So it was one of the better movies of the year for me. And the Rotten Tomatoes gave it a 93%/82% (audience/reviewer) — which ma
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  • ...ed its 88/84 on Rotten Tomatoes. I wouldn't want to mismanage expectations too high. But it's a very solid normals meet neo-Nazi skin-head type horror-sus ...t), and this was more from the thriller side of the spectrum -- all giving me hope.
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  • ...ists, spits and strikes the cops, makes a scene screaming "they're killing me", and gets injured (gets his teeth knocked out on the arm rest) while being ...get crews where they need them, and MORE delays and cancelled flights. To me, that's worse. The reason crews bump passengers is because if you don't let
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  • ...those who had perished. I also pointed out to the boss that if they moved me to a back corner, then this wouldn't be a problem now or in the future; I'd ...ans can rise up, and so on. They felt it was politically incorrect and all too inappropriate to even consider. (More the "you're a tacky bastard to even t
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  • * I want to be able to flip someone off that cuts me off on the highway: that’s criminal
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  • ...ot how cars were made at the start. So let's not get pedantic, and go with me on this: body-on-frame construction. }} Electric cars, aren't too different... though the motor is a lot smaller, and instead of 100 lbs of g
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  • ...in a plot and some character development. Best bond in quite a while. For me.
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  • ...prior worse slip) did journalism and brought this up? If you find one, let me know.
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  • ...users when they view content from "FakeNews" websites -- but so far, color me far from impressed with their biases. They seem to segregate not by quality
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  • Now that's not all bad, or good. To me, it's about balances -- the problem is that agencies like this have few bal ...the facts that they hide or don’t track that metric, is a big red flag to me: '''they don’t measure their success by how many developments go forward,
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  • But for me, it was just unnecessarily dark, serious, but with no purpose. The usual, i
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  • Any system that makes passwords too complex, as in any of the above, means that users now need to write down th ...rsonals website password from the Fleetwood Macs song, "tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies". Of course when typing the password, try not to type it
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  • ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabrini–Green_Homes Cabrini Green], but show me somewhere that it worked. Or at least why the other ones failed, and what y ...we are going to be the pioneers on a new kind of program, fine. I get that too. Then you damn well better setup good accounting and metrics for tracking t
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  • ...t these issues run deep. I have an anecdote about Baxter, that happened to me, that I like to share. ...prototype; and demonstrated it to some higher ups, who immediately wanted me to demo it for an approval board. This was big.
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  • As I pondered our visit tonight it struck me: If my Creator gave me the gift to connect you with the hearts and minds of those great men, then ...and now I serve... I serve as a moving target for the media who've called me everything from "ridiculous" and "duped" to a "brain-injured, senile, crazy
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  • ...a irreparably harmed the U.S. by showing how culturally ignorant he is, to me it's about the double-standard or deniers that pretend Obama was smooth and
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  • ...lled back, "Maybe if you opened your slant-eyes you wouldn't have run into me".
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  • ...o.jpg| 96px|right|]]</includeonly><noinclude>[[Image: clinton-hypocrisy-me-too.jpg| 240px|right]]</noinclude>Asia Argento demonstrates everything that's w ...mmy as the other side of the faustian bargain. Both were equally amoral to me.
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  • ...a big concern for a 14-year-old. I know, I've checked - they look fine to me. She woke up even though she'd gone through Operating Room 8. For those tha ...joking mood. Then they IV you and so on, and do all the stuff that is none too pleasant. Then you come in an say your goodbyes and so on; never knowing if
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  • ...n-changing-no-fly-rules they can change those rules at any time]''': trust me, I’m from the government, and I'm here to help. ...of having a name completely dissimilar to everyone else. No need to thank me little Koolaidria, thank Obamaniqua.
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  • ...en (a lie and act of war), and blamed Bush for not doing more, while doing too much at the same time. ...'d rather have the German Army in front of me, then the French Army behind me). But they are the culture and country Michael Moore most admires, and call
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  • ...as fuel -- that takes time and space too. These truths, as all truths, are too much for the far-left -- so they hated the film, calling it and Moore dirty ...- just a lot of anecdotes to show that it isn't what it's sold as. But for me, that truth makes it worth the price of admission.
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  • ...d older, wiser, skeptical white guys who can think for themselves. So fuck me. ...rhetoric (that he's defending). If you want to understand a problem, show me that blacks are killed by whites, more often than whites are killed by blac
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  • ...that s/he sent inappropriate tweets to early teenage girls, such as "show me your used tampon". Then he went one to harass people on twitter, and when t
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  • But I realize some people might disagree with me. And I think people should have that room to disagree with each other, and Now, I'm not close-minded. If anyone can show me evidence that contradicts everything I've read on it, for 30+ years, and st
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  • ...industry, then it's naturally going to put downward pressure on salaries. (Too much supply for the demand). ...Lando Calrissian]] did little for the plot (though it didn't really bother me either).
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  • ...test creators are), but if you fall too close to either end of the curve (too far from the standard deviation), the test writers can't handle things and ...n accessory, though what makes a belt or shoes not an accessory was beyond me.
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  • ...n unexpected ways, that it's unique in its own way. So it still worked for me. But I expect most people will fall into the like it, or hate it, column.
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  • ...s did Stevenson and Dewey. Nixon has one little huff about "You won't have me to kick around any more".... but that was for Governor. Hillary's still doi
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  • ...ow income and first time buyers into their own homes. Sounds great, right? Too many people can’t afford a house, so a little wealth redistribution ought ...jump and become home owners. But then the obvious consequences of getting too many buyer in "over their heads" happened:
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  • ...or the little guys). Thus turn hope and change into action, without paying too much attention to what they were changing from or to. ...but be a community organizer and get them on your side. Hate is a powerful too and motivator: so if they start to fracture on how they differ from each ot
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  • ...xt in importance is diet. If you think smoking is bad, you should see what too much cheesecake and bacon can do. We have to start legislating the publics ...f they are know-it-all busy-bodies, trying to regulate others lives). That too would have a bigger impact on public health than smoking laws!
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  • {{Q1|Maybe Mr. Stevens should have contacted me if he wanted to live...| Hillary Clinton | Benghazi }}.
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  • ...law. Somehow in lefties-minds government sticking a gun in my face, taxing me and saying "give or die" is moral... but Dinesh giving money to a friend is ...center of the road view. But if you ever find one of those, be sure to let me know... I haven't found one.
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  • ...projects and went to a few meetings/events -- basically the same thing to me, just with a YMCA and Native American theme. ...in, and wasn't going to complete ones that I didn't: even if it prevented me from progressing. Still, I have fond memories of that time.
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  • ...douchebag. But he’s a hypocritical and ignorant one, that wants to lecture me about things I’ve studied a lot more than he has. And unlike him, I have
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  • ...ted, "You’re already a felon, Rosie. Don’t be a homophobic sexual harasser too #metoo". ...can fuck it up before it gets reconciled. It sounds more good than bad to me (based on what I’ve read), but it’s complex and a lot matters on implem
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  • ...oblems zipping around on one either. Price seems economical enough to make me want to use them occasionally.
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  • ...my Mom's company, but even being in the same industry was working against me in some ways. I cut the cord completely and wouldn't get near a company tha ...had. I didn't know that, someone else (a guy named Dave Bajaj) just asked me if I could do it when I mentioned something about graphics. I looked at the
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  • ...t about the thin plots and that they kind of don’t get anywhere. Don’t get me wrong, the point is the immersion in this other world (fantasy), and it’s
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  • ...-- and I'm an opinionated agnostic: I just want things that work well (for me). So the other day I got a Pixelbook on an incredible discount, which Googl ...out helping iPhone users migrate all their stuff over to Pixel 3's, showed me a few quick tips, and he talked up some other accessories or options. Since
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  • ...for escape? Ohio (or the midwest) may be old hat to many readers -- but to me, it is totally fresh information. And such a change from what I'm used to. ...- with even fewer jaunts to England or Mexico. "Ohio" is completely new to me. I'm already learning totally new things and "growing".
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  • The data is swaying me that the benefits of Hydroxychloroquine as a treatment are in question (but
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  • ...s. How many of those do you want to be high educated and high earners? For me, it’s as many as possible. This is also my problem with illegal immigrati ...e and do labor that many of our welfare and faux disability recipients are too good for, there are ratios that need to be managed. If you allow only the b
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  • The other night a rather nice writer called, and asked me "Where do Easter Eggs come from?". Other than the obvious answer, "From pro {{T1 |Don't worry, I'm not ripping off her idea too much -- she was more writing on the philosophy of programmers and the socio
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  • ...ect, unbiased, pure News is a myth. We've never had it. So the question to me how do you measure Newsworthiness? I use uniqueness/diversity (Scarcity), q ...scholarly studies or imperical examples of this bias. Denying the bias to me is just a statement that someone is so far from the center that they can't
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  • .... You have to work with snakes and scumbags, all hoping that you won't get too dirty by the association. But you start to compromise to get what you want, ...and how deep would I go, before I decided that wasn't the environment for me?
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  • ...is at fault for everything in that region, because: Mosaddegh", then give me their silly distorted version of Iranian history about the Democratically e
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  • ...down your throat with old issues and buttons that our relatives know only too well how to push, and seem to enjoy pushing them. I'm looking forward to vi ...l help make Jared's passing another small gift to humanity, as was his all too brief life.
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  • ...fan of the Ocean's series, partly because I'm not a caper-heist movie fan (too much artificial complexity), and most ensemble films substitute star power ...lot was leading up to the theft, or afterwards, and that played better for me. And while it had some plot holes with over-complexifying a snatch a grab,
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  • ...are was a little paranoid (based on some numbers) but not unreasonable (to me). But now that we know the death rate is <1/10th of what WHO/CDC initially
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  • ...I'm right of center, extremely open, and not judgy: many people confide in me, especially about things that aren't politically correct. So while I don't
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  • {{NOTE|Almost more interesting to me was the teasers. Because Will Smith is sort of black, even though this was
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  • ...a topic or person. I'm not their audience, and this movie wasn't made for me. Walter Isaacson's book was pretty good, but flawed. This movie omitted the ...ory. It dove fairly deep and made a strong effort to offer balance. It was too soft in parts, but far better than this deification of The Steve. So I'm ho
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  • ...ou clear it away. Go away and think. Then, when you can come back and tell me that you do see the use of it, I may allow you to destroy it. | C.K. Chest
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  • ...de>[[Image: techwiz1.png | 180px|right]]</noinclude>Geeks are not wizards. Too many people in this world look for "authorities" then trust them blindly on ...omputer column, and take whatever advice is offered as gospel. This amazes me because those same people can be amazingly informed, properly skeptical and
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  • ...opriately names Adam Sewer.... or wait, it's Serwer, but his style reminds me more of the former:
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  • ...r. And I've heard far darker tales: from my Cambodian Sushi Chef, who told me his life's story of being kidnapped and forced to be part of the Khmer Roug
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  • ...and rock and roll -- some dumb experience in life wasn't going to slip by me untried). ...ion; which the enemy probably has anyways - you just don't want to make it too easy (inexpensive) for them to reverse engineer or figure out. And then mos
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  • Don't get me wrong, this may not bode well for Trump if Cohen did pay $130,000 hush mone * It was just a few real-estate questions, "Never represented me". https://hotair.com/archives/2018/04/16/weird-check-michael-cohen-reveals-
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  • ...delusion, because my articles will only annoy you (and vice versa). So to me, the question isn't whether bureaucracies aren't occasionally out of balanc * http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidgrainger/2015/01/29/why-too-many-clinical-trials-fail-and-a-simple-solution-that-could-increase-returns
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  • ...the odds that this person will change to be more (or less) compatible with me over time? "Honey, it's not you, it's the formula", isn't a good break-up l
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  • ...ess/Media and leftists in Sociology and History departments will do it for me, in caricature and exaggerated form. So no need to beat that dead horse. Bu
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  • ...FB) are so busy trashing religious people and religious beliefs, that it's too easy to confuse all that hate, with tolerance. Especially when their own si ...ually, they'd self police and come down on ones that were getting a little too bitter and hateful about it.
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  • Lastly, anyone that has kids can't lecture me about my environmental impact. We don't have kids. Your kids footprint will
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  • ...ca is already one strike against you. They will ban you for promoting guns too vigorously, but being anti-gun? There's almost no standard depraved enough ...ill be my patriot ass behind a gun you should have long ago have prevented me owning, pulling a trigger to your head.” Despite that being clearly a per
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  • ...ng the leadership isn't actively fostering it. It feels too ad hominem, to me, to confuse dislike of a company or the leadership, with one another. But n Zucker4.jpg |Too much information...
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  • ...folks overly broad-brush all "Muslims as bad", which is exactly as dumb to me as denying there's a real problem with the middle east exporting terror, or So while I'm not a fan of either extremes, for me, the left (not everyone, but enough to shut down conversation) accusing any
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  • ...irthday, and she wanted to see Beauty and the Beast, though I wanted to go too: the live action version of an animated classic was sort of on the must see ...irthday, and she wanted to see Beauty and the Beast, though I wanted to go too: the live action version of an animated classic was sort of on the must see
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  • ...then crying, "they started it" when they hit back, is a bit chickenshit to me, and should be called out. Either side can take the high road, and "lead by
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  • ...I also still meet to many in their 40's, 50's or 60's that say that their too old to learn, or call on their 12 year old kids to "just fix things" instea No one is too old to learn. Some people just stop trying. Don't be one of them.
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  • ...proximity at a party. He retorted, “Standing with a coat in a line — give me a break — with my back to the camera”. I'm sure there a thousands of ph
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  • ...but the deeper stuff supports the macro point even more (it would just be too dry for a documentary). And it still offered some good examples, or clips t So it's pretty good, not great. Most of it was rehash for me, and a bit shallow. It doesn't deserve a 0% rating as it is far better and
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  • ...d use my computer as a very powerful jukebox. This power changes music for me, and for many people who use MP3. The industry has even created little play
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  • ...line of cars, I'd zip up to the front, and they were so polite, they'd let me in, and save myself a bunch of time". Again, weakness is provocative. If yo
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  • Incongruity: One of the things that bugged me, is the Nazi's dropped an atomic bomb on DC, and then the U.S. capitulated? ...t’s all foreplay… and it feels like a Hollywooded version of a book (a few too many close escapes, blind spots, lucky breaks and coincidences, to try to i
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  • ...raphies, this one captured the spirit of many things better, while getting too many actual facts wrong. It would have been great, if only they were fictio It leaves me convinced that if you want to tell the story of a Human being of any comple
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  • ...nst saying that government should be sticking a gun in my face, and making me pay for someone else's birth control. }}
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  • ...(in language) -- it will give their kids more opportunities, and it allows me to experience more of their culture and betters us both. But THAT was offen
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  • ...the place, and they all work with the same memory and same programs (give me my fantasies), then every application, movie, song, and so on goes with you
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  • ...ending their money on things I disagree with, I'm just against them making me support it.
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  • In case 2, forcing me to pay for food stamps, wasn't great from a freedom point of view. But my c ...he people buy junk food, and eat themselves sick, the Government owns that too -- since the government gets responsibility for taking over charity at gunp
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  • ....png| 180px|right]]</noinclude>Because I was a programmer, many people ask me, "How do I get started programming?" There are many choices, and it really ...cts worked fine with VisualBASIC, but inevitably companies would try to do too much with it, and Windows just couldn't handle it. Many blamed VisualBASIC,
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  • ..., was because most of middle America found them crass and their complaints too shrill. They were tired of being called racists and bigots by the PC-gestap # by a cast that was too lazy to vote
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