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  1. Interesting point of view from a retired Naval...

    Interesting point of view from a retired Naval intelligence officer who was on the ground in Iraq in 2002-2003 working to support the invasion force:
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    You outed yourself as a newbie by calling it...

    You outed yourself as a newbie by calling it "Good Foods". Old-timers call it "The Co-op". I think the original name was actually "Good Foods Co-op", but everybody just called it "the co-op". It...
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    The Lexington recycling system takes glass: ...

    The Lexington recycling system takes glass:

    http://www.lexingtonky.gov/index.aspx?page=696



    For those near Lexington but not within their pickup area, there are multiple dropoff locations,...
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    Kentucky passed a bill similar to this last year....

    Kentucky passed a bill similar to this last year. Our governor vetoed it, but we must have an even higher concentration of bigots in our legislature, because they had enough votes to override his...
  5. And they are being enforced until they are struck...

    And they are being enforced until they are struck down. But the Attorney General doesn't have to waste tax dollars fighting a lawsuit to defend an unconstitutional law. There's a difference between...
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    It's a pretty serious flaw, but the opportunity...

    It's a pretty serious flaw, but the opportunity to exploit is is really fairly small. As stated in the Apple doc, it can be exploited by "An attacker with a privileged network position", which...
  7. I don't think a taser would kill a dog, but I...

    I don't think a taser would kill a dog, but I also don't think it would be very effective. The main purpose of a taser is to temporarily incapacitate a person and convince him to do whatever the...
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    Don't need a flashlight app anymore since...

    Don't need a flashlight app anymore since flashlight is built in to IOS 7
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    Get a yew horn ...

    Get a yew horn

    http://www.woodworkersinstitute.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=3358
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    And the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff...

    And the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff thinks it's a vital national security issue. But he's just some wild-eyed treehugging liberal, right?

    From a website managed by the...
  11. Maybe he would. But probably not. There are...

    Maybe he would. But probably not. There are plenty of sincerely religious people who are able to accept and love those who are different from themselves. Those who use their religion as an excuse...
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    You can use the jetpack thing with your current...

    You can use the jetpack thing with your current computer if your computer has a WiFi interface. I think most recent computers do, although desktops might be less likely to have it than laptops.
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  13. If the debt has been sold to a collection agency,...

    If the debt has been sold to a collection agency, their entire business is devoted to getting blood out of stones. That's what they do. They don't care about the cost of going to court, because...
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    Interesting commentary in how things have shifted...

    Interesting commentary in how things have shifted over 40 years

    http://www.kentucky.com/2013/10/11/2871652/paul-prather-my-political-middle.html
  15. Our local newspaper has a weekly religion column...

    Our local newspaper has a weekly religion column written by a Christian pastor who has an attitude that I frequently agree with, even though I'm an atheist. His year-end column briefly addresses the...
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    That sounds like freedom from religion to me

    That sounds like freedom from religion to me
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    You need to ask your local recycling center that...

    You need to ask your local recycling center that question. Different systems have different restrictions on what they can/can't process. I would guess the answer is yes. Our local system takes all...
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    I just thought it was because of the wine.

    I just thought it was because of the wine.
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    He did. ...

    He did.

    http://theweek.com/article/index/254458/duck-dynasty-star-phil-robertson-insulted-african-americans-too
  20. I think this is a good example of why it's insane...

    I think this is a good example of why it's insane to have a health-care system that connects people's health care to their employer.
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    The Kentucky Libertarian party issued a press...

    The Kentucky Libertarian party issued a press release officially disowning and denouncing Rand Paul, stating that he is not a Libertarian

    http://www.lpky.org/node/243


    And although I am...
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    Java or Javascript? Despite the similar names,...

    Java or Javascript? Despite the similar names, they are completely different creatures. Java is more problematic, but fortunately also easier to avoid as very few sites use it. Javascript is...
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    On the atrocity scale, how does the use of...

    On the atrocity scale, how does the use of chemical weapons by Syria compare to the use of depleted uranium by some Western country?



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    Waveless waterbed

    Waveless waterbed
  25. One word. Reinheitsgebot.

    One word. Reinheitsgebot.
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