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US offers Syrian rebels 'military support,' alleges Assad used chemical weapons
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Like these 'rebels' are our friends and allies? What do you think the rebels are going to do after Assad has been brutally and publicly executed in the street (Muslims are tolerant and peaceful). The rebels will take those weapons we gave them and turn them around and use the to kill us 'infidels'. …
Bad teeth, broken dreams: Lack of dental care keeps many out of jobs
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Yeah, this is true. I have a few poor friends, without out insurance of course, that only go to the dentist to get infected teeth pulled. It's far too expensive for them to actually get them fixed via root canal or get a dental implant. Heck, it's even ridiculously expensive to get an implant with i …
North Korea calls off talks with South over choice of diplomat
Tue Jun 11, 2013
A grave provocation? The Deputy Unification Minister is not enough... clearly, South Korea needs to send the emperor of the universe, lest North Korea be gravely provoked into making more threatening statements.
Wasting food is like stealing from the poor, says pope
Wed Jun 5, 2013
Hmm, being single, I inadvertently waste food from time to time. Portions are huge and I'm not going to gorge myself just to make sure I don't waste anything. I don't see how not clearing my plate is somehow stealing from poor people. In fact, I think 'clearing your plate' mentality is a factor in A …
How and why to teach your kids to code
Sat Jun 1, 2013
Always good to try and learning something new is never a bad thing. However, programming is not for everyone; in fact, it's probably not for most. It really requires a specific logic-based, mathematical mind - something that not everyone possesses. Truth be told, high-level programming (not HTML and …
We're all No. 1! Is 21 valedictorians too many?
Sun Jun 2, 2013
Yay! School in the US reflects the real world now: Everyone wins! Hooray! Free first place medals to everyone for trying! Reward mediocrity!
Xbox One vs. PlayStation 4 vs. Wii U: Can one console rule?
Wed May 22, 2013
While true, that PC will always eventually rule supreme (as far graphical and computational power goes) over consoles, gaming PCs will never overtake traditional consoles or at least not any time soon. The problem with PCs is that folks need to maintain, repair, troubleshoot, and upgrade the things, …
Doctors doubt nurses skills, survey finds
Wed May 15, 2013
Many doctors are, indeed, quite arrogant. Many immediately dismiss any dissenting opinion or objection coming from people 'beneath' them (Patients, Nurses, Administrators, etc).
Bus drivers top obese workers list; doctors tip lighter
Thu May 16, 2013
Hmm, I work in an office and pretty much everyone, except myself and 2 others (out of 13) are either overweight or obese. So yeah, sounds about right.
Cloning technique produces human stem cells for the first time
Wed May 15, 2013
They cloned a cell.
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