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Postal Service Had $354 Million 1st Quarter Loss

February 7, 2014

“2013, The Year In Whiteness”: Grievance Mongering Became An Uglier And Even More Lucrative Racket

January 1, 2014

Originally posted on

Maybe it was the very fact of enjoying a wonderful Christmas with my family and friends, against the manufactured backlash to a nonexistent “War on Christmas,” that let me appreciate the perilous mental state of a small but noisy and paranoid swath of white America. Somehow over the holiday it became clear: 2013 was the year white grievance mongering became an uglier and even more lucrative racket.

Fox News has been peddling the phony “War on Christmas” for years, of course, but it took new Fox phenom Megyn Kelly to give it an explicitly racial cast. Not only did Kelly wage war against the menace of a black Santa – declaring nonsensically that the fictional character of Santa Claus “just is white” – but when she was called on it, she made herself out to be the victim of politically correct bullies, race-baiters and Fox haters. Suddenly it…

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Hackers Reveal 4.6 Million Snapchat Usernames and Phone Numbers

January 1, 2014

Originally posted on Tech:

The phone numbers and usernames of more than 4.6 million Snapchat users have been leaked on the Internet by a group that claims it wants to raise awareness about security flaws in the messaging app.

The leaked information pairs usernames with the users’ locations in the form of their phone numbers, which have been partially redacted in the database posted online, the Verge reports. They left off the final two digits of each number “to minimize spam and abuse,” according to SnapchatDB, the anonymous group or individual that leaked the numbers online. According to SnapchatDB, a person could download the data and “find phone number information associated with Facebook and Twitter accounts, or simply to figure out the phone numbers of people you wish to get in touch with.”

SnapchatDB says the leak affects the “vast majority” of Snapchat users, though research on Snapchat’s userbase suggests that may be an…

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How I Hacked my Resolutions to Make Them Actually Stick

January 1, 2014

Originally posted on SoshiTech -

Resolutions make me laugh. We make them every year. We convince ourselves we’ll actually keep them even though we know we won’t. We brag about them to other people, like the simple fact of planning to do better is the accomplishment. We know nothing about January 1st is going to better equip us to accomplish something than June 1st. So why do we do it year after year?

Because it makes us feel good. And it’s fun to fantasize.

I was thinking the other day of all the things I wanted to improve in the new year. But felt the air hiss out of my tires when I pictured myself a few weeks into January saying “f$*# it” and falling right back into my old habits.

This was my little lightbulb moment. A good resolution is not about setting big goals. It’s about changing…

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NYC College Freshman Dies in Pennsylvania Fraternity Ritual

December 11, 2013

Drone Flys Over Ice-Covered Dallas

December 9, 2013

Originally posted on CBS Dallas / Fort Worth:

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Many North Texans experienced cabin fever over the weekend due to the weather. But one man from Dallas took to the sky to pass the time free.

Payne Wingate used a drone to fly over his ice-covered neighborhood. The drone was equipped with a camera. He recorded then posted the video on youtube.

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‘Fast and Furious 7′ Halts Production Following Death of Paul Walker

December 4, 2013

Originally posted on Variety:

Universal has shut down production on “Fast and Furious 7″ as the studio  struggles to decide how to proceed following the death of Paul Walker.

A rep from Universal released a statement Wednesday morning saying, “Right now, all of us at Universal are dedicated to providing support to Paul’s immediate family and our extended ‘Fast & Furious’ family of cast, crew and filmmakers. At this time we feel it is our responsibility to shut down production on ‘Fast & Furious 7′ for a period of time so we can assess all options available to move forward with the franchise.”

The statement continued, “We are committed to keeping ‘Fast & Furious’ fans informed, and we will provide further information to them when we have it. Until then, we know they join us in mourning the passing of our dear friend Paul Walker.”

Walker, 40, who was a passenger in the Porsche…

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