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I now judge people who send me the Gmail auto-suggested response. Type in some words! It's not that hard!

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Just as an FYI for those not understanding that the typically used 'confederate flag' is NOT…
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10 days ago by garrett
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Well mouth is still healing n have 2 pack cheeks w/gauze’s another 3 weeks! I’m smiling bc I can now eat more solid…
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10 days ago by Fallingbadgers
Nine Yoga Stretches to Relieve Lower Back Pain | Outside Online
Lower-back pain plagues just about everyone at some point. A widely cited Canadian survey from the late 1990s found that nearly 85 percent of adults will experience some kind of lower-back pain in their life.
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10 days ago by dvand5
Street photography: A right or invasion? - The New York Times
<<When Erno Nussenzweig, an Orthodox Jew and retired diamond merchant from Union City, New Jersey, saw his picture last year in the exhibition catalogue, he called his lawyer. And then he sued diCorcia and Pace for exhibiting and publishing the portrait without permission and profiting from it financially. The suit sought an injunction to halt sales and publication of the photograph, as well as $500,000 in compensatory damages and $1.5 million in punitive damages. The suit was dismissed last month by a New York State Supreme Court judge who said that the photographer's right to artistic expression trumped the subject's privacy rights. But to many artists, the fact that the case went so far is significant. Remarkably, this was the first case to directly challenge that right. Had it succeeded, "Subway Passenger, New York City," 1941, along with a vast number of other famous images taken on the sly, might no longer be able to be published or sold. In his lawsuit, Nussenzweig argued that use of the photograph interfered with his constitutional right to practice his religion, which prohibits the use of graven images. New York state right-to-privacy laws prohibit the unauthorized use of a person's likeness for commercial purposes, that is, for advertising or purposes of trade. But they do not apply if the likeness is considered art. So diCorcia's lawyer, Lawrence Barth, focused on the context in which the photograph appeared. "What was at issue in this case was a type of use that hadn't been tested against First Amendment principles before - exhibition in a gallery; sale of limited edition prints; and publication in an artist's monograph," >> https://ift.tt/2pb883E #photography #privacy
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10 days ago by jikatu
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Chief Putney urges people to stay home and to spend time with their family this weekend. He says to use 911 for tru…
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10 days ago by andriak
Danni collaterali - Il Post
La storia di come la grande crisi arrivò in Italia e di come l'ha cambiata, a dieci anni dal fallimento di Lehman Brothers
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10 days ago by lawrenceoluyede
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And you had to wait until he was dead so he couldn't sue you again.
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10 days ago by beeston
Motion Activated Toilet Light | The Grommet
IllumiBowl's motion activated toilet light, discovered by The Grommet, shines into the toilet, guiding you without blinding you at night.
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10 days ago by finnstones
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Sociologist to me on what surprised her: "The racial apathy. Feeling like you have to care about yo…
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
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"Die sind da hinten. Weit weg. Da oben. Kommen wir nicht ran."
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10 days ago by Xylakant
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Progress often comes through response to disaster. The New London School explosion in the 1930’s led to Texas’ engi…
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10 days ago by briantrice
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Well not quite THE highlight, that honour went to 's lovely dog who entirely stole t…
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10 days ago by donnadb
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Missed Call From Dad At 9 A.M. Strikes Terror Into Area Man’s Heart
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Missed Call From Dad At 9 A.M. Strikes Terror Into Area Man’s Heart
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10 days ago by evanwalsh
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사춘기가 크게 없이 지나가서 일탈과 방황이 해 보고 싶었고 청춘이라는 단어에 꽂혀있다고
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10 days ago by dalcrose
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I love this idea that visitors to the city (even students!) will be horrified at stickers and flyposting while they…
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10 days ago by jitgo
【プレスリリース】世界に1つだけの三角形の組 -抽象現代数学を駆使して素朴な定理の証明に成功- | 日本の研究.com
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10 days ago by satoso
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That five out of five winning feeling. 😄🤗
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10 days ago by ritwik
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RT : Okay, I grew up working class and am working class and am highly annoyed by people who fake our experience, but I a…
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10 days ago by misc
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Unpopular opinion: when you take a risk buying this type of asset when people think the world is ending - and it do…
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10 days ago by michaelkozak
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Embed anything you want in UIDAI's website. It's April 1 every day at UIDAI. 's repo…
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To my friends at , to - I know you will continue to consider this decision going forward. I ho…
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10 days ago by rtanglao
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BTW the analysis of fascism on the Chapo paid feed is worth the price of admission, arguing that it chiefly consist…
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10 days ago by jeremy6d
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RT : #魔道祖师 #마도조사
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10 days ago by kiyala
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I'm not going to look at an adult who spent their formative years in a pit of uncertainty and say, well, their pare…
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10 days ago by misc
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Amethyst #Ring #Purp https://t.co/lskwdz5jRd

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10 days ago by riyogems
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RT : Do you know a Native person currently pursuing a PhD in Education? Please connect me. Hoping to connect to other Na…
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10 days ago by jbfink
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RT : I’m looking for a film journalist/academic with a specialty in the horror genre. Help me out here, Twitter. Ideally…
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10 days ago by jbfink
Breitbart -- Watch: Politically Correct Policing in Rape Gang Britain
'How could 1,400 girls in the northern English town of Rotherham be groomed, tortured, trafficked and raped by Muslim gangs right under the noses of the police? -- This must-watch interview gives the best answer yet. [Would you call the police 'hurty-feelings helpline'? | Julia Hartley-Brewer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=wZXGI7R1-gA] -- ... The interview is jaw-dropping, infuriating but, above all, extraordinarily illuminating. -- What it clearly demonstrates is the vast gulf between the attitudes of senior police in Britain and those of the public they supposedly serve. -- In essence, what the public wants – what it has always wanted – is for the police to prevent it being raped, murdered, attacked with acid, mugged, burgled, stabbed and so on. -- But what the senior police would now prefer to be doing is to remake the world according to the religion of Social Justice: celebrating diversity, combating sexism, banning hateful thoughts, prancing around at gay parades and making sure that the only kind of fun anyone has is the kind of fun they approve of… -- Before I listened to this interview, I had thought – or at least naively hoped – that the clash of attitudes I have just outlined above was merely a glib right-wing caricature of modern policing. -- “Of course the police want to stop crime every much as they did. They just have a funny way of showing it, sometimes…”, I thought. -- What this encounter between Hartley-Brewer and this berk of a “crime” commissioner shows is that they really, genuinely don’t… -- At least not at the level of people like Alan Billings. I’m quite sure that at the rank and file level, the police are as brave and committed and determined to have a go at criminals ever they were. -- But they are lions led by donkeys. -- Billings is not himself a policeman – only an elected functionary with a worrying degree of influence over policing policy in his district, in charge of a budget more than £250 million. His attitudes however are very much of a piece with those at senior levels within the police – often graduates with touchy feely sociology degrees promoting the politically correct notion that crime is society’s fault – such as the London Metropolitan Police’s current leader Cressida Dick. -- The most striking thing about the interview is Billings’s utter, utter lack of shame, embarrassment or willingness to change. -- Despite the fact that the interview was prompted by a total public relations disaster – the mass public outrage over South Yorkshire Police’s tweet urging people to report “non-crime hate incidents” – Billings is determined that he knows far better than the public he serves.' -- Policy Office Enforcer
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10 days ago by adamcrowe
How to Give a Webinar Presentation | HBR Ascend
Click to zoom As more and more companies cultivate a global workforce and international client base, it’s increasingly necessary to present remotely. For years,…
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10 days ago by mleduc
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RT : If a curious student is able to get past school IT security systems, who’s really at fault? (And should schools nur…
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10 days ago by douglevin
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They’ll rise like deficit phoenixes next time a Democrat sits in the White House and/or wants to pass a law.
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10 days ago by fenster
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They’ll rise like deficit phoenixes next time a Democrat sits in the White House and/or wants to pass a law.
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10 days ago by adamrg
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RT : Live Musical「SHOW BY ROCK!!」-狂騒のBloodyLabyrinth-
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10 days ago by kiyala
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My class status hopped around, though we were always working class. As a result I do weird things like hoarding foo…
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10 days ago by misc
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Hur man gör succé på IKEA: man går fram till speglarna, ställer sig mellan två damer och säger "får man med de vack…
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10 days ago by datakille
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RT : You can add 'tries to get workers killed by making them commute during a hurricane' to the list of reasons I hate C…
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Fire chief Johnson says city is still expecting possible record rainfall. Asks residents to be prepared. Expecting…
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10 days ago by andriak
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Whoa, also: Of course he did.
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