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RT : the whole idea that it's some group of 100 people causing climate change and that it has nothing to do with the ave…
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I often see my friends in the US trying to find ways to flee to Canada or elsewhere because of legitimate…
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Facebook’s Push for Facial Recognition Prompts Privacy Alarms - The New York Times
When Facebook rolled out facial recognition tools in the European Union this year, it promoted the technology as a way to help people safeguard their online identities. It was a risky move by the social network.
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When I delivered prematurely and Aidan died (15 years and a few days ago) I re read Watership Down. To say it saved…
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Remember that awesome comedian from Bill Nye Saves the World? His comedy is coming back to !! Congrats Naze…
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RT : . makes the perfect grain bowl. 😋 Toasted farro, tuscan kale, treviso radicchio, mustard flowers,…
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RT : Greek pita bread with awesome MicroGreens. Radish, Pea and Purple Kohlrabi
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hello police I would to report the borat guy for crimes
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Dear diary. I was not my best self at work today and it showed. Why? Didn’t sleep well, didn’t go to gym recently,…
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No kidding, thought this was a well-known old fisherman’s cure.

40 yrs ago, after a day of fishing, I go…
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aight i might buy the book now
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Hi scientists-who-happen-to-be-women. Can you please, please stop referring me to your male colleagues when I ask t…
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I get this sense that this chaotic soup is like stem cells. It can’t cause anything. It can only be…
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No loyalty to us, the members of the Charlotte community.. I work in hospitality and I know what kind o…
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The Unreformed Mr Darcy by inMeiWei - Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen [Elizabeth Bennet/Mr Darcy]
(93,000 words) What if Elizabeth Bennet had accepted Mr Darcy's proposal in Kent? What if they married before he stopped being the proud, arrogant man she detested? What if, in order to avoid the ruin of her beloved sister, Elizabeth chose to swallow her pride and say yes to a pre-reform Darcy?
Mr Bingley has left Netherfield, and in his stead a rich but unscrupulous man takes residence of the manor. While Elizabeth is in Kent, visiting her recently married friend Charlotte, she receives letters, which tell her how Jane is soon to be wed to a man Elizabeth can't stand. And then, unbelievably, Mr Darcy, the last man in the world she would ever choose to marry, proposes to her. If she accepts, she could introduce Jane to all the eligible men in England, and rescue her from the clutches of despair. Even if the man offering, has just insulted her entire family and seems to assume that now that he has proposed, he must be accepted. Elizabeth longs to put him in his place, but thoughts of rescuing Jane make her do something that will change the course of her life forever...
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I don't actually care whether you use straws? I think we should try to limit 1 use plastics, and I think we should…
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Blake, I feel like I've moved further along since I was on your show. I remember quest…
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Ok possibly the coolest tech thing I've done in a while is standing on the ground telling Google Assistant to turn…
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I'm only protected against most of those things because I'm Canadian. At the very least, I'm more hesitan…
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I hope it’s Jesus Christ
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Now is the time for a mainstream presidential candidate to run with student loan forgiveness in her/his platform. P…
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Defense witness calls Lanier evidence circumstantial in final week of J&J talc trial | St. Louis Record
In the final week of trial alleging Johnson & Johnson baby powder caused 22 women to develop ovarian cancer, the defense again fought back that the disease came from other causes, while the plaintiffs’ attorney said the defendants were dodging the truth.
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Digital Switzerlands by Kristen Eichensehr :: SSRN
"U.S. technology companies are increasingly standing as competing power centers that challenge the primacy of governments. This power brings with it the capacity to bolster or undermine governmental authority, as well as increasing public demands for the companies to protect users from governments. The companies’ power raises serious questions about how to understand their role. Scholars have proposed varying conceptions, suggesting that the companies should be understood as public utilities, information fiduciaries, surveillance intermediaries, or speech governors. This Article takes up another possibility, one suggested by the companies themselves: that they are “Digital Switzerlands.” "
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