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"Much as rape is not opportunistic groping and exposing oneself is not child molestation, there’s a whole scale of…
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RT : Reminder: Don't just watch your disk space usage, watch your inode usage.

df --inodes

I have totally crashed…
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UPDATE: Surge in California fire brings new…
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Gleich spreche ich in der EZB über die Idee der Europäischen Republik. Mal sehen, wie das wird ☺
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Russia Wants Bulgarians to Stop Painting Soviet Monuments To Look Like American Superheroes | Earthly Mission
😂😂😂Russia Wants Bulgarians to Stop Painting Soviet Monuments To Look Like American Superheroes
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8 days ago by MeredithGrey
China to Ban 10 More Highly Toxic Pesticides | Bloomberg BNA
Agricultural authorities in China are speeding up the phaseout of highly toxic pesticides, announcing Dec. 5 that another 10 pesticides will be eliminated by the end of 2022.
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8 days ago by bbishop
Universal Basic Bullshit – The New Inquiry
The aim is pacification, not liberation. A universal basic income is, in the most cynical sense, a subtle kind of doomsday prep for the tech billionaire, a means to diffuse the revolutionary potential of the working class by supplying them with the absolute bare minimum, just enough to keep them almost happy, fat in the apps. An Alexa or a Home. Three Blue Apron meals a day. A Casper mattress in a tiny house. Why work when you have this basic heaven to gain?

This is all a way of saying that the specifics of a universal basic income system cannot be left to the billionaire entrepreneurs and millionaire politicians—Republican and Democrat—whose destructive influence necessitated a UBI in the first place. The lower-class people who stand to benefit from a universal basic income should be the primary, if not sole, architects of the program. If charged with a task that rightfully belongs to the government, plutocrats will find a way to reroute power and money into their own hands, an outcome that cannot be abided considering the monumental constructive transformations that a UBI stands bring about. Billionaires and politicians already possess everything that a UBI would provide for their customers and constituents: exemplary healthcare, comfortable housing, an income many times greater than the cost of living. Since they’re primarily responsible for driving up those costs, they shouldn’t obstruct this rare opportunity for the rest of society to receive the basest compensation.
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8 days ago by jstenner
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This is exactly what I’d imagined Trump’s America would look like.
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Russian military: Syria completely liberated from ISIS terrorists - GOV'T SLAVES
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8 days ago by Buffalo_Goku
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Did someone let their PS3 off the leash in Eckington? I found this poor little guy sitting on the sidewalk on N Cap…
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Third para hits a nail on the head:
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🍓💨🌪 Your Juuls best friend now coming to all large New York, New Jersey and California…
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8 days ago by eonsmoke
Safety first!
One technique that I discovered, however, made any discussion about safety come alive. We would go around the class and every student would relate some incident that they had experienced where they had gotten hurt or injured. Everyone had a story, usually multiple stories.  It got to be almost a competition. Virtually every student could tell of  a personal accident, pratfall, near miss, embarrassing mishap, or catastrophe that had happened to them.  Not all of the students lived on farms, but that didn’t matter-they all had stories to tell. The students were riveted by their classmates’ experiences, and so was I. We were all survivors of some kind of accident.  
With the storytelling session as an introduction, we then talked about why the students’ accidents had happened. Sometimes things just happened, so-called freak accidents, but usually there were underlying factors that we could identify. Maybe the lighting was poor and a trip or a barked shin was the result. Often hurrying was the culprit. Taking shortcuts, trying to multitask, being mentally distracted can all lead to problems. By deconstructing their past accidents, hopefully the students became more aware of everyday hazards and they became safer.
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8 days ago by dchas
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Cardiac myosin-binding protein C is a novel marker of myocardial injury and fibrosis in aortic stenosis | Heart
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