Friday, March 3, 2017

PIX-N-TOONZ-N-STUFF 030317

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Could SpaceX Really Launch People Around the Moon Next Year?
A lot will have to go right for SpaceX to meet its ambitious moon-mission timetable, experts say. On Monday (Feb. 27), SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk announced that the company plans to launch two paying customers on a weeklong trip around the ...


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Ancient skulls give clues to China human history
Two skulls found in China shed light on the ancient humans who inhabited the region before our own species arrived. We know that Europe and western Asia was dominated by the Neanderthals before Homo sapiens displaced them.


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If Colin Kaepernick didn't opt out, 49ers would have released QB
One way or another, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was going to become a free agent this offseason. Kaepernick's representatives informed teams earlier this week that he would be opting out of the final year of his contract with the ..


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Trump's advisers push him to purge Obama appointees
Advisers to President Donald Trump are urging him to purge the government of former President Barack Obama's political appointees and quickly install more people who are loyal to him, amid a cascade of damaging stories that have put his nascent ...


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Women 'weaker, less intelligent' - Polish MEP Korwin-Mikke
A Polish nationalist member of the European Parliament may be punished after he said women "must earn less than men because they are weaker, smaller and less intelligent".


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System76 giving its users what they want: An all-aluminum Ubuntu Linux notebook
Linux also has its adherents, and every now and then a manufacturer makes a machine aimed squarely at that market. The latest addition is the System76 Galaga Pro, an Ubuntu-based notebook featuring some of the latest components and solid build quality.


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SPELLING COUNTS!!!
How a typo took down S3, the backbone of the internet
Earlier this week, much of the internet ground to a halt when the servers that power them suddenly vanished. The servers were part of S3, Amazon's popular web hosting service, and when they went down they took several big services with them.


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Barista’s Not on the List, So Liberal Arts Majors Will Be OK
Robotics researchers say that robots will continue to “replace the dirty, dull, and dangerous jobs“.


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From Daily Mail: A newly-opened club in Barcelona claims to be the first in Europe to offer clients the chance to have sex with a doll.
Lumi Dolls says men (or women) can get into the mood by having low lighting in their room, candles and huge plasma TV screens to watch some racy movies. As a special offer, an hour with one of the life-sized dolls is £70 which will go up to £100 after the opening promotion.


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From News Tribune: A Tacoma lawmaker wants to know why the Washington State Patrol is reviewing the actions of a trooper who called federal immigration authorities about a man living in the country illegally.
State Sen. Steve O’Ban, R-Tacoma, sent a letter to Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday “to express serious concerns” that an administrative review is underway after a trooper contacted U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement about a man involved a Feb. 9 traffic accident on Interstate 5 in Tacoma.
The man, Armando Chavez Corona, was convicted of a felony drug charge and was deported four times from the United States between 1996 and 2000, ICE officials said.


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Hollyweirdos fly ‘eyebrow artist’ 7,500 miles from Australia for Oscars- Hollyweirdos like Leonardo DiCaprio preach about global warming and the environment, but most of them are rank hypocrites whose palatial homes and private planes consume more energy and emit more carbon than the average American household in a year.
Initially, it was reported that great environmentalist Leonard DiCaprio had footed the bill. But a revised report by Sydney Morning Herald claims that “Representatives for DiCaprio say Hamilton was not a member of his Oscars glam squad and he did not fund her flying visit to the US.”


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18 U.S. Code § 2383 defines “sedition” as “Whoever incites, sets on foot, assists, or engages in any rebellion or insurrection against the authority of the United States or the laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort thereto”.
Paul Krugman, 64, is an economist, a “Distinguished Professor” at CUNY, and a New York Times columnist. Wikipedia describes him as “born to a Jewish family”.
In an op/ed for the New York Times on February 27, 2017, Krugman comes dangerously close to sedition by:
Calling the election of Donald Trump a “white nationalist takeover of the U.S. government” and therefore racist. That, in turn, implies that both the election and the Trump presidency, which Krugman calls a “ruling clique,” are illegitimate.
Calling the only weeks-old Trump presidency “malfeasance,” the legal definition of which is “The commission of an act that is unequivocally illegal or completely wrongful”.


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The latest example of Democrats trying to bring down the Trump Administration involves Jeff Sessions and a manufactured effort to misrepresent his relationship with a Russian diplomat.


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Yet again, President Trump confounds the media, by speaking truth.
How could you listen to that speech and not feel the connection the president has with the American people? Moreover, regardless of your politics, there was little in that speech with which a taxpayer citizen of America could disagree.
The so-called fact-checking organizations are mostly Leftists, which make this story even more extraordinary. It won’t take much longer before Leftist America gets it. They will soon learn that President Trump’s only agenda is to Make America Great Again.


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TRUMP RIGHT AGAIN!!




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TRUMP RIGHT AGAIN!!




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