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    Claim: Hillary Had Email Server Wiped Clean

    by  • 27 March, 2015 • Crime, Politics, Tech • 0 Comments

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    Whoopsie doodle… Hillary Clinton wiped “clean” the private server housing emails from her tenure as secretary of state, the chairman of the House committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi said Friday. “While it is not clear precisely when Secretary Clinton decided to permanently delete all emails from her server, it appears she...

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    Steve Jobs, the Ruthless Capitalist Daniel Plainview Liberals Love to Slobber Over

    by  • 26 March, 2015 • Culture, Politics, Tech • 3 Comments

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    A new biography has come out about Steve Jobs intended for the delicate sensitivities of progressives/liberals. In other words, unlike the previous biography, which told Mr. Jobs story, warts and all, it has softened his image, making him into the touchy-feely man that liberals maintain as their image of him. Becoming Steve Jobs by...

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    Did China Destroy One Of Our Satellites?

    by  • 25 March, 2015 • Military, Tech • 0 Comments

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    Things that make you go hmmmm… China’s recent test of a missile designed to shoot down satellites in low-earth orbit highlights a growing threat of space weapons, the commander of the U.S. Strategic Command said on Tuesday. On China’s space weapons buildup, dubbed “counterspace” arms by the Pentagon, Haney said the United States needs...

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    The Proper Way To Mount Toilet Paper Answered

    by  • 20 March, 2015 • Culture, Tech, WTF • 1 Comment

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    For what seems like an eternity, one debate has plagued families, couples, friends and turned them into enemies. What some believe to be a matter of opinion and preference, others view as a sacred rule not to be broken. But with someone digging up a patent from 1891 and posting it on Consumerist website,...

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    Obama To Sign Global Warming Executive Order

    by  • 19 March, 2015 • Politics, Tech • 1 Comment

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    More hot air… WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama will sign an executive order on Thursday that will cut the U.S. government’s greenhouse gas emissions, the White House said in a statement. After signing the order, Obama will visit the Department of Energy to tour the building’s rooftop solar panels. The Environmental Protection Agency...

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    Now The EPA Wants To Monitor Your Bath Time

    by  • 17 March, 2015 • Politics, Tech • 0 Comments

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    Government in your bathroom… The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wants hotels to monitor how much time its guests spend in the shower. The agency is spending $15,000 to create a wireless system that will track how much water a hotel guest uses to get them to “modify their behavior.” “Hotels consume a significant amount...

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    Happy Pi Day Math Geeks

    by  • 14 March, 2015 • Humor, Tech • 0 Comments

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    When the number Pi (π) is expressed as a decimal, it’s written as 3.14. So we came up with Pi Day, which we celebrate on the 14th day of the 3rd month every year (3/14). Really it’s just an excuse for kids at school to eat pie during their math lesson. Well at least...

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    Third Graders Suspended For Distributing Porn Pics To Classmates

    by  • 12 March, 2015 • Crime, Culture, Tech • 2 Comments

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    Put those kids to work finding Hillary’s emails… Two third grade pupils have been suspended after cracking the school’s computer network to find sexually explicit images and sharing them with classmates. A nine-year-old girl, who attends Sunnycrest Elementary School in Lake Stevens, Washington, was using a school computer during class, when she was able...

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    Yet Another Study That Ties Climate Change To The Sun

    by  • 11 March, 2015 • Tech • 0 Comments

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    Star light, star bright… A new study out of Denmark found that fluctuations in the Earth’s orbit around the sun, called Milankovitch cycles, have been causing periods of dramatic, short-term global warming for at least 1.4 billion years. Fluctuations in Earth’s orbit are even behind the long-term warming of today’s climate, conclude researchers. While...

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