Tuesday, March 21, 2017

PIX-N-TOONZ-N-STUFF 032117

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One of the children’s cereal bowls sitting on the shelf with what seemed to be an old bar of soap sitting in it. I didn’t remember buying grapefruit scented soap but it could’ve been from years ago. They have a tendency to dig up things long forgotten and put them on display for me.

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - An Arkansas woman is facing multiple charges for allegedly defrauding Utah of more than $130,000 in food stamp benefits.
KSL-TV of Salt Lake City reported Sunday that 40-year-old Keashia Latriese Davis was recently indicted on 17 federal counts of fraud.



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Physicist Stephen Hawking said that some form of world government will be necessary to keep technology from destroying humanity.
ONE SMART DUDE!!! COMMON SENSE? MAYBE NOT SO MUCH. 


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AIN'T KARMA A BITCH!!
Colin Kaepernick is having a hard time finding an NFL team willing to sign him on after his American flag protest, in part because teams are worried it might prompt an angry tweet from President Trump.
Most teams don’t want to sign Kaepernick because they “can’t stand what he did,” an AFC general manager told the Bleacher Report, while others fear a backlash from fans and the president.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/18/nfl-teams-wont-hire-kaepernick-because-theyre-scared-trump-will-tweet-about-them/#ixzz4bttjtv3y


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Acid attacks are occurring with alarming frequency in London, with nearly 1,500 recorded since 2011, British media reports.
A third of the attacks alone were committed in 2016, which itself was up 250 percent from the previous year. The attacks are notoriously used occasionally in the Islamic world by angry suitors seeking revenge on women who rebuff marriage proposals, or commit other “shameful” acts. Charities consulted by British media said 80 percent of all acid attack victims globally are women.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/16/1500-acid-attacks-hit-london-since-2011/#ixzz4bttQZzaj


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Political commentator Tomi Lahren will likely be leaving The Blaze in September if not sooner, The Daily Caller has learned.
Lahren hosts her own show for The Blaze and has garnered national attention for her aggressive rants on politically-charged topics like Black Lives Matter, which frequently went viral on Facebook.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/18/tomi-lahren-likely-on-her-way-out-at-the-blaze/#ixzz4btswNVys


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International Business Machines Corp has launched a service that will allow businesses to build applications on its cloud using blockchain code from the Hyperledger Project, the cross-industry group led by the Linux Foundation.
The Fabric blockchain can process more than 1,000 transactions per second and has the necessary features to be used by large enterprises to build their applications, IBM said.


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China's economy may be 35 times larger than Israel's, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is hoping to use that to advantage during a three-day visit to Beijing as he looks to reorient Israel's economy toward Asia over Europe and the United States.
A week after U.S. chip giant Intel agreed to buy Israeli technology firm Mobileye for $15.3 billion, Netanyahu wants to enlarge Israel's high-tech presence in China while encouraging further Chinese investment in Israel, where infrastructure and construction projects are growing apace.


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China has started fresh construction work in the disputed South China Sea, new satellite images show, a sign that Beijing is continuing to strengthen its military reach across the vital trade waterway.
Regional military attaches and experts believe the work shows China's determination to build up its network of reefs and islets, even if it is seeking to avoid a fresh confrontation with the new administration of U.S. President Donald Trump.


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Greek police intercepted eight suspect packages at a postal sorting center in Athens on Monday, after the dispatch of booby-trapped deliveries to the International Monetary Fund in Paris and the German Finance Ministry.
Authorities were on the lookout after the two packages laced with gunpowder slipped through checks last week. A Greek urban guerrilla group that sent letter bombs to foreign embassies in Athens and European leaders in 2010 is thought to be behind the attacks.


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Nearly half of Canadians want to deport people who are illegally crossing into Canada from the United States, and a similar number disapprove of how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is handling the influx, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Monday.

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A U.S.-led battalion of more than 1,100 soldiers will be deployed in Poland from the start of April, a U.S. commander said on Monday, as the alliance sets up a new force in response to Moscow's 2014 annexation of Crimea.
More than 900 U.S. soldiers, around 150 British personnel and some 120 Romanian troops will make up the battlegroup in northeastern Poland, one of four multinational formations across the Baltic region that Russia has condemned as an aggressive strategy on its frontiers.


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