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MP caught playing on his iPad

Tory MP Nigel Mills was caught playing Candy Crush on his taxpayer funded iPad instead of concentrating on the matters in hand. The result? The ‘whistleblower’ who took the picture may be sacked for breaking company rules, but the MP has “suffered enough embarrassment” to make any further action unnecessary. 135 more words

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Thimbleweed Park completely funded on Kickstarter

Thimbleweed Park is the product of #RonGilbert and Gary Winnick, two names that should be familiar to any #LucasArts adventure #fans.

The pair described their new project as “like opening a dusty old desk drawer and finding an undiscovered LucasArts adventure game you’ve never played before”, a pitch which clearly got its legs for the $375,000… 107 more words

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Fully Funded!

After enjoying my coffee and catching up on the local news and weather this morning. I logged on to check emails from family and friends and opened one from… 105 more words

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Upheaval at Hawaii drug-busting agency could prove costly

Millions of dollars come to Hawaii each year to help law enforcement bust drug organizations.

But behind the scenes of a White-House-backed agency that controls the cash, there are money troubles and internal upheaval that may lead to legal action. 1,543 more words

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Kickstarter Update: FUNDED!!!

We did it guys! We successfully funded on Kickstarter, and with about two days left to go! This means that for all of you who have pledged your support already, and those still pledging (thank you!) WarMage: Apprentice Edition will indeed be coming to a mail-box near you in the upcoming months! 143 more words

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Excellent Article: "It's Rarely About the Environment Anymore"

Tip ‘o the hat to Ocotillo Wind Turbine Destruction for this.

Paul Driessen — TownHall.com – October 25, 2014

Back in 1970, when I got involved in the first Earth Day and nascent environmental movement, we had real pollution problems.

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