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Thursday, May 31, 2012

uberfuzz: dragon spacex capsule-staugustine.com http://ping.fm/Aduua
Uberfuzz: (more trees to die for paper or dog walker poop nightmare) LA Council moves to ban plastic grocery bags-optimum http://ping.fm/eQeHp
uberfuzz: the first integrated chemical chip-popsci http://ping.fm/33SZt

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

uberfuzz: Man charged with fatally shooting boy in pizzeria-chicagotrib http://ping.fm/Tbrnm

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

uberfuzz: "An incompetent attorney can delay a trial for months or years. A competent attorney can delay one even longer." ~ Evelle J. Younger

Monday, May 28, 2012

Uberfuzz: Baobab tree stores 30,000 gallons of water-imgur http://ping.fm/xSAqF

Saturday, May 26, 2012

uberfuzz: choosing not to watch ads during playback is pretty far from being a violation of federal law-eff http://ping.fm/qB2jE
uberfuzz: dragon news-abc http://ping.fm/JhOtq

Thursday, May 24, 2012

uberfuzz: WTF, 101-year-old man killed by 91-year-old driver-sacbee http://ping.fm/2Lp3p

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Uberfuzz: Chicago Police Department praised-newser http://ping.fm/8ms4c

Sunday, May 20, 2012

uberfuzz: Chicago city, police websites possibly hacked-usatoday http://ping.fm/OH0Et
Uberfuzz: Protesters prepare for larger NATO demonstration-usatoday http://ping.fm/ldMva
Uberfuzz: Apocalypse Fairly Soon:nytimes http://ping.fm/OsNrA

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

uberfuzz: Facebook's latest filing: Insiders are cashing in-cnet http://ping.fm/nbNDf

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Uberfuzz: Happy Mother's day

Thursday, May 10, 2012

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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Monday, May 7, 2012

Uberfuzz: Google hit with another antitrust probe-cnet http://ping.fm/PMLUc

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Uberfuzz: Lightning to Provide Clues to Solar System Origins-dailygalaxy http://ping.fm/SWXoz

Friday, May 4, 2012

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

in response to, Shantanu Sharma or playing the devil's advocate.

I feel Americans are not complaisant. We ARE unhappy with the status quo sometimes. We are painfully aware that college is not only expensive but that the rewards are neither immediate nor as grandiose as we've hoped for with just any course of study. While college is not the answer for all, those that have taken 'in demand' studies are fairing better than most. With an 'in demand' sheep skin one can get the so called better life. More income, better home life, spouse of your dreams, or in-laws that appreciate you, well... to each their own. But I'm not convinced that most Americans believe that college education alone is the answer to their problems.

I think we are less complacent than we were in our recent past because of technology, regardless of the size of our country. What happens on the east coast can go viral in a you tube video and have an impact all over. What happens on the west coast can hit the news and cause demonstrations and outcry. Political nonsense in the Midwest can have repercussions through the states. Our lives are not vastly different from people at opposite ends of the country because we share the same stuff: Items from department stores like; menards, jcpenny, macy's, walmart, etc. Food from jewel, sam's club, piggly wiggly. There's practically a Walgreen's on every corner and an Amazon at your finger tips. We all study the same language in school. Millions of us throughout this country share stuff on social sites: ideas, beliefs, plans, and events. This brings us closer together than driving us farther apart, I believe. As far as stress, it is subjective. I imagine you can be just as stressed out farming as commuting to work on the express-way, if you let it get to you.

I believe we are constantly changing, overall I'd say we are moving in the right direction. We are far removed from the 70's, 60's, 50's, 40's way of life.

We are Americans.
@bin response to, Shantanu Sharma
or playing the devil's advocate.^
I feel Americans are not complaisant. We ARE unhappy with the status quo sometimes. We are painfully aware that college is not only expensive but that the rewards are neither immediate nor as grandiose as we've hoped for with just any course of study. While college is not the answer for all, those that have taken 'in demand' studies are fairing better than most. With an 'in demand' sheep skin one can get the so called better life. More income, better home life, spouse of your dreams, or in-laws that appreciate you, well... to each their own. But I'm not convinced that most Americans believe that college education alone is the answer to their problems.

I think we are less complacent than we were in our recent past because of technology, regardless of the size of our country. What happens on the east coast can go viral in a you tube video and have an impact all over. What happens on the west coast can hit the news and cause demonstrations and outcry. Political nonsense in the Midwest can have repercussions through the states. Our lives are not vastly different from people at opposite ends of the country because we share the same stuff: Items from department stores like; menards, jcpenny, macy's, walmart, etc. Food from jewel, sam's club, piggly wiggly. There's practically a Walgreen's on every corner and an Amazon at your finger tips. We all study the same language in school. Millions of us throughout this country share stuff on social sites: ideas, beliefs, plans, and events. This brings us closer together than driving us farther apart, I believe. As far as stress, it is subjective. I imagine you can be just as stressed out farming as commuting to work on the express-way, if you let it get to you.

I believe we are constantly changing, overall I'd say we are moving in the right direction. We are far removed from the 70's, 60's, 50's, 40's way of life.

We are Americans.
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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Uberfuzz: Guy Fieri 's Stolen lambo found-motorauthority http://ping.fm/Db1EL
Uberfuzz: UFO Dangers Examined By U.S. News & World Report-huffpost http://ping.fm/cRSZU
Uberfuzz: baby gloomers-huffpost http://ping.fm/KatXP
Uberfuzz: Why Won't The LAPD Help Recover This Stolen Computer-gizmodo http://ping.fm/rqTI1