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    DeSai’s former law partner, Kenneth McDaniel, disputed that assertion, saying they jointly closed their 12-year-old law firm in February due to economic conditions related to Houston’s energy industry downturn.

    Sounds like it was about OIL. Oh, and thanks again NRA... Surely one should feel safe in an "open carry" state... right? Random strangers who are not affiliated with active military or law enforcement running around with assault rifles on their backs... yeah... real safe

    Posted in: Houston gunman had 2 weapons, thousands of rounds at scene

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    The first 20 years of self driving cars will result in millions of lost working hours.

    How do you figure? Less traffic jams and accidents (that help contribute to traffic jams) goes down drastically which equals faster commute time to get to work on time. Plus people in commute can do their make up, take a nap, talk on their phone etc.

    Posted in: U.S. guidelines on self-driving cars get good reception at G-7

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    Gee what a surprise another arab attacker filled with so much hate that he shoots innocent strangers in the cause of his cult's believfs and the demcrats in power want to let thousands more potential killers into the US with no screening just to try to force a foreign religion on the rest of the country.

    @GrisGersan, Hold on to your pants, wait for the motive before assuming the motive. And no, Turks are not Arabs no more than Iranians are Arabs (hint Iran used to be called Persia). But once we get a clear motive released then we'll know.

    Posted in: Suspect in deadly Washington state mall shooting in custody

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    Yep, the foolishness of youth. A very stupid way to lose one's life for something that really wouldn't have been that bad to just accept the penalty for not having a license. Some lessons you just don't get to learn from because it's too late and there were not more chances.

    Posted in: Motorbike rider, pursued by police car, killed after crashing into truck

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    Oh I really wanted to see this.. but of course I'll be at work missing the entire show. Wanted some popcorn and enjoy the entertainment.... but I guess I'll be left looking at the highlights.

    Posted in: Clinton, Trump look to overcome weaknesses on debate stage

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    Looks like Russia wants back it's old territories. And then wonder why so many former states are inviting NATO in their back yard.

    Posted in: Ukraine: A ceasefire without peace

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    Depending on the type of dolphin, it would probably be a good idea to appeal to their species intellect and figure out a way to put up beacons for them not to go near that area. But then again dolphins have also been known for intentionally committing suicide, sexually assaulting other dolphins and other species, and torturing other dolphins (and other species) for fun. They're just like us, so why hunt them? Only difference is dolphin values aren't human values... there is no bill of dolphin rights.

    Posted in: Queen guitarist Brian May protests Taiji dolphin hunts

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    I think 18 and under is minor in USA but I am not sure on the air that is FBI territory.

    18 is considered legal adult age in the US (excluding drinking in some states). 17 and under is still considered a minor.

    And I'd gather that the FBI would only get involved if an incident occurred over multiple state lines.

    Still this sounds like a pretty stupid situation for them to "have" to get involved in.

    Posted in: FBI says it's evaluating abuse allegations against Brad Pitt

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    Nothing wrong with the 2nd amendment, just the people that like to twist it's meaning again and again.

    "Hispanic" looking doesn't mean he was Hispanic. Coulda been of Italian, Spanish, South American, or Middle Eastern ethnicity. Can't wait for the full information once the investigation turns them up.

    And yes, we do have the NRA to thank for more of this. I don't even own a gun and they've been calling me about the "threat" to "my" gun rights for the upcoming elections and such. (Expletives x1000) are pouring from my mouth at them.

    Posted in: 5 dead in shooting at mall north of Seattle

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    “The main victims of these violent demonstrations,” he added, “are law-abiding African-Americans who live in these communities and only want to raise their children in safety and peace.”

    The only thing I agree with out of Trumps mouth. But one agreement does not a POTUS make.

    Posted in: Trump steps deeper into U.S. race debate

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    So research is going into nanotechnology and nanomachines. Only way to actually "banish" all diseases. Presuming something doesn't go wrong with those little buggers. Like glitched software.

    Posted in: Zuckerbergs pledge $3 bil to banish diseases

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    Oh look, more thugs making a "peaceful" protest into a riot. Thugs keep crossing the line saying, "Its a protest, but while I'm at it, may as well loot the stores for that flat screen tv, and then trash someone else's car so they have to pay a lot in damages and then wonder why the cops are trying to stop me... It's a protest!" Errr....

    I keep saying it, the black community had some better minded protesters back in the 60s but it's lost its way since a long time ago. It really ticks me off because people (like me) who are actually trying to improve our lives have to struggle with the criminal idiots in community that either prevent or keep hindering our progress with their stupidity. I can't say enough how much I have no pity for this BS.

    Posted in: 2nd night of violent protests over Charlotte police shooting

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    All that money spent on campaigning. Millions spent just to try to get into a political position... and I'm pretty sure we all know exactly how that much money could have been spent elsewhere FOR THE COUNTRY.

    Posted in: Clinton campaign raced through $50 million last month

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    That's nice lingerie. Hope to see it on someone who looks good in it!

    Posted in: Kimono style brings traditional motif to modern lingerie design

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    “If things go on like this, instead of the spirit of Bratislava we’ll be talking about the ghost of Europe.”

    Ouch, that's a tongue of fire right there!

    Posted in: Weakness at home hobbles once-powerful Merkel in Europe

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    That was HC being stupid. And people wonder why I didn't like either of our candidates. Too bad we couldn't get Bernie... Or I could toss my vote at the "Nobody knows who you are" Gary Johnson. If GJ does get elected it could send a message to both parties, "We're tired of your establishment BS".

    Posted in: Clinton says Trump gives 'aid, comfort' to ISIS recruiters

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    In the immortal words of Archer, "Just the tip!"

    Posted in: 40% of young Japanese single adults are virgins: poll

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    Just admit you don't consume anime/manga/gaming and live action movie/drama. There is a disclaimer already built-in that states "this work is fiction".

    Wow you must not be psychic. There is no disclaimer (in Japanese manga/anime/games) that states such actions like taking/looking up skirts, groping, and rape are considered illegal and prosecutable by Japanese law. It just says, "This is a work of fiction" and yet it's not enough detailed confirmation for the juvenile minded perps to figure out they shouldn't be doing it to real people. As I said, it needs to be SPECIFIED and put on a full page because they don't have enough brain cells to figure it out "this is a work of fiction" so they may as well try out their fantasies in reality....

    Legalese is all about SPECIFYING the LAW. Folks without common sense need to have things spelled out to them.

    Posted in: Tokyo gamers slapped down for virtual groping

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    @Lizz, while it's a free country and democratic majority wins, you'd have to a very very deluded person to support Trump in any way fashion or form. Just do Gary Johnson, it would save our country a lot of grief.

    Falling to hard for Trumps dreams of grandeur? And people wonder why "our country" is failing so badly. I re-iterate, too many idiots in the majority. Too many people incapable of making WISE decisions and jumping on the stupid rhetoric bandwagon.

    If he get's elected, our country is going to get every single bit of garbage it deserves for making such a poor, arrogant, and utterly ignorant decision. I only hope that the following generations (if any are left) will finally learn the lesson from our mistakes. .

    Posted in: Blast injures 29 in upscale New York City area

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    I hope so. But I'm not confident. If 9-11 taught us anything, it's that America doesn't deal well with fear.

    Fear? FEAR!?!? It's not fear that America was feeling, it was incensed fury, and being pissed off to hell. If anything American's "don't deal well" with being ticked off. Terrorism wants to inspire fear which leads to submission to avoid more fear. To a certain extent most folks don't deal well with BS.

    Posted in: Blast injures 29 in upscale New York City area

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