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8 days ago by jtth
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RT : Yes to this times a million. Your dream job is still a job, don't talk yourself into thinking otherwise.
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8 days ago by kohlmannj
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RT : Dealing with change is not something we do easily here, w…
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8 days ago by sboots
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Not sure he's a 'national treasure' exactly. High as a kite? Possibly.
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8 days ago by kmo55
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RT : We have achieved the ratfcking event horizon.
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8 days ago by anesly
Hepatitis A Outbreak in California — Addressing the Root Cause — NEJM
12/6/17 - ... The focus on people with the most severe behavioral conditions, though understandable, has led to the decoupling of the homelessness crisis from its root cause: an extreme shortage of affordable housing.
Health  Homeless 
8 days ago by mcbakewl
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RT : I can see the "it took Dems too long to oust Franken so it doesn't count" meme forming, but so long as Roy Moore's…
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RT : when you run into an old friend and y’all have been riding two different waves but the love’s still there
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Are we just going to ignore Trump's strange slurring of words during the Jerusalem announcement? Shouldn't we get a…
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8 days ago by andriak
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Peter Schiff Warns Of “Too Big To Pop” Bubble – “Everybody Is Going To Get Wiped Out!”
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Peter Schiff Warns Of “Too Big To Pop” Bubble – “Everybody Is Going To Get Wiped Out!” – 1AFSYM
Peter Schiff Warns Of “Too Big To Pop” Bubble – “Everybody Is Going To Get Wiped Out!”
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Not a meme but though you guys would appreciate the gift my friend got me
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8 days ago by riking
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We need to start tracking media hate the way we do other hate groups and movements.
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8 days ago by rukku
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We need to start tracking media hate the way we do other hate groups and movements.
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8 days ago by exlibris
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We need to start tracking media hate the way we do other hate groups and movements.
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8 days ago by kohlmannj
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We need to start tracking media hate the way we do other hate groups and movements.
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8 days ago by andriak
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RT : This is not a great piece. It perpetuates the sort of economic myths that make it harder to govern this great natio…
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8 days ago by willwilkinson
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Thanks to everyone who responded to my request the other day for books to buy a 3-year-old for Christmas! Here's th…
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8 days ago by burritojustice
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they sure are going to some great lengths to sell a few extra sweaters
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8 days ago by bdeskin
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People fail to appreciate how much being a loser is core to his appeal
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8 days ago by clementix
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RT : I appreciate everyone telling me that actually my name appears in the story. Lemme blow your mind: it's there BECAU…
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8 days ago by kohlmannj
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Goldeneye is so fucking funny. every expression Pierce Brosnan makes as he plows through St. Petersburg is comedy g…
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8 days ago by beaugunderson
Fancybox:HTML表示時に高さを自動調整する|JavaScript|グラビカ学習帳~ホームページ制作会社 gravity works(グラビティ・ワークス)の備忘録と知識の共有と蓄積
画像と違い、type:iframeでHTMLを表示させるときはフレームサイズの自動調整ができません。

ただし表示完了時に関数を呼び出せるので、
それを利用してフレームサイズを変更する方法が紹介されていました。

jQuery and Fancybox: How to automatically set the height of an iframe lightbox

$("#sample").fancybox({
  'width' : 500,
  'type' : 'iframe',
});

上記のようにしてHTMLを表示させると思いますが、
それに下記の赤字部分を追加します。

$("#sample").fancybox({
  'width' : 500,
  'type' : 'iframe',
  'scrolling' : 'no',
  'onComplete' : function() {
    $('#fancybox-frame').load(function() {
      $('#fancybox-content').height($(this).contents().find('body').height());
      $('#fancybox-overlay').height($(document).height());
    });
  }
});
8 days ago by salchu
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If you're excited about what happened with Jerusalem today because you think we're all closer to Disembowelling Jes…
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8 days ago by drunkengrass
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Tokyo Olympic organisers unveil a shortlist of three official 2020 Games mascots - from bug-eyed cartoon heroes to…
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8 days ago by dalcrose
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RT : What a day was! Our fabled community member, Uncle Cheese, recaps the days events. Thanks to everyone…
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8 days ago by chillu
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RTJ set also rules, mostly for Mike fucking up his Legend Has It verse and El-P covering for him and getting a side…
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8 days ago by evanwalsh
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We can be proud of this, but it’s also an amazing indictment of our politics, and how we finance rural Democrats
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8 days ago by maciej
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So pleased with the fun turnout for karaoke and after party shenanigans for ! Until next time, friends!
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8 days ago by oliver.turner
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RT : That's a lot of white people.
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RT : A lettuce wrap is lettuce wrapped around something else.

But a head of lettuce is just lettuce around lettuce. Wh…
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RT : LeBron James says he's already visualized how Isaiah Thomas will fit in with the Cavs by playing with him on NBA 2K…
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8 days ago by naoya
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Well put! 📣😓🙅‍♀️
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RT : "Support our troops. No, not the real troops who come home needing medical care and help re-integrating into socie…
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8 days ago by brundlefly
The Origins of Anti-Litter Campaigns – Mother Jones
After World War II, the story goes, American manufacturers were running at full blast, and needed American consumers to keep buying more and more junk if they wanted to maintain their profit margins. And since there’s an upper limit to how much junk a given family genuinely needs to own, manufacturers had to figure out how to convince consumers to keep throwing their existing stuff out, so that they would buy new stuff.

In part, that meant companies had to ensure that in a few short years consumer goods would become either unfashionable (advertising can do that), or obsolete (simply stop offering customer support for anything a few years old), or broken (like the non-replaceable batteries in iPods that wear out after two years). Giles Slade describes some of these strategies in his book, Made to Break, and they’re techniques that have existed for decades now. But another way to ensure that factories could keep churning out junk was to introduce “non-renewable” packaging for products—for instance, the aluminum soda can—that could be produced, trashed, and then produced again.
consumerism  environmentalism  postwar_boom  american_exceptionalism 
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