RDFRS: FFRF’s Times Square atheist ad features Sweeney

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That’s the lighthearted message the Freedom from Religion Foundation is taking to a Times Square billboard Friday in New York City to counter an anti-atheist billboard by an evangelical group. FFRF, a state/church watchdog …

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How to use multiple iPhone, iPad, or iPod devices with one computer | Apple

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Do you want to use more than one iPhone, iPad, or iPod with the same computer? You can. In fact, there are a few ways you can do it.

Create multiple user accounts

Do you share your computer with someone who has different tastes in music and media? You can create separate user accounts for each person who uses the computer. You can maintain separate, personalized iTunes libraries and customize each devices’ sync settings accordingly.

Mac OS X users

Learn how to set up other user accounts.

OS X Mountain Lion v10.8OS X Lion v10.7Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard

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Doctor’s Medley Home Page

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Try Our Natural Remedies with a 1 Year Money Back Guarantee. Native Remedies Provides Herbal Remedies and Homeopathic Treatments for Children & Adults.

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Google Uses A Human Brain-Like Computer To Read Your House Number

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Google Street View is brilliant. But you know what’s even more amazing?

PlasmaBorneElectric‘s insight:


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3D-Printed Food!

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LAS VEGAS –- 3D printing is officially delicious.


At the International CES here this week, 3D Systems, a South Carolina-based company, unveiled what it’s billing as “the world’s first and only professional-certified, kitchen-ready 3D food printer.”


It can print sugar, chocolate or candy in pretty much any design imaginable.


To create a sweet, the printer needs water and dry powder ingredients.


Here’s how it works: A rolling pin-like mechanism first spreads a fine, even layer of powder on the printing surface. An inkjet print head then sprays a narrow stream of water, drawing on the layer of sugar in whatever pattern the owner has pre-programmed. When the water hits the powder, it recrystallizes, so that whatever the water touches hardens.


The process is repeated layer-by-layer, building the treat from the bottom up, printing at the rate of a vertical inch each hour.

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kicking ass and taking names

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Phrase used in reference to someone or something that is having multiple successes in succession. kicking ass – Kicking someone or something’s ass, beating, defeating an opponent at a task. taking names – Recording a list of future contestants who will have also be beaten ordefeated in the defined task. Aunt Betty-Joe was kicking ass and taking names at bingo last night.
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Court Deals Huge Blow To Net Neutrality

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Jan 14 (Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday struck down the latest effort by the Federal Communications Commission to require internet providers to treat all traffic the same, a policy known as net neutrality.

PlasmaBorneElectric‘s insight:

We need to take names and kiss ass. Verison for one.

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