Sunday, April 27, 2014

Family tree of religions

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Submitted April 27, 2014 at 07:59AM by palmpu http://bit.ly/1mOWbs9

Science Summary of The Week

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Submitted April 27, 2014 at 07:35AM by Sourcecode12 http://bit.ly/1j5xze8

For $1 I couldn't pass a dreamcast by.

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Friday, April 25, 2014

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Pretty sure even Leo would admit, "This Week in Technology," isn't that original of a name.Besides, he uses "This Week in Tech."


Pretty sure even Leo would admit, "This Week in Technology," isn't that original of a name.


Besides, he uses "This Week in Tech."







April 25, 2014 at 07:42PM

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Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Calling the show stupid isn't very helpful. And I don't agree with you.And it's not like they're ebaumsworld stripping out copyright notices and watermarks from the content. They're highlighting posts and other content they found interesting. And giving credit to the creators, from what I've seen. I would tend to think most people would like to have their content or input highlighted and talked about. Why else would they share it? And if they don't like it, I'm sure they can speak up for themselves.I also enjoy the idea of a show covering some of the most popular things on reddit for the past week. Just like I enjoy watching The Daily Show, or The Soup. It's nice to see other people talking about things I had seen or was interested too.I've seen and read almost all the source material for most TWiT shows, by the time they've taped them. I don't see how this is really any different.Plus, I really enjoy seeing Sarah and Chad doing a show together. I think they're working together quite well.


Calling the show stupid isn't very helpful. And I don't agree with you.


And it's not like they're ebaumsworld stripping out copyright notices and watermarks from the content. They're highlighting posts and other content they found interesting. And giving credit to the creators, from what I've seen. I would tend to think most people would like to have their content or input highlighted and talked about. Why else would they share it? And if they don't like it, I'm sure they can speak up for themselves.


I also enjoy the idea of a show covering some of the most popular things on reddit for the past week. Just like I enjoy watching The Daily Show, or The Soup. It's nice to see other people talking about things I had seen or was interested too.


I've seen and read almost all the source material for most TWiT shows, by the time they've taped them. I don't see how this is really any different.


Plus, I really enjoy seeing Sarah and Chad doing a show together. I think they're working together quite well.







April 24, 2014 at 09:36PM

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Canada: problem > US? > problem


Canada: problem > US? > problem







April 24, 2014 at 03:48AM

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

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ITT Cat pictures


ITT Cat pictures







April 17, 2014 at 07:43PM

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Monday, April 14, 2014

Twin Peaks (1990) S01E01

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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Square Integrates Coinbase, Chicago Sun-Times Goes Bitcoin, Ebay Adds Crypto Currencies, and China is a Hater

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Submitted April 06, 2014 at 12:04PM by AllanAV http://bit.ly/1ifFLEu