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Working together for the greater good

The Chinese are creating islands in the South China Sea in water that is considered by the international community to be international waters. The islands are clearly being set up as military bases with runways that can accommodate all of China’s large military planes. 472 more words

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Are you ready for the "Hardest Question"?

Negotiations happen all the time in business.  Some people think they’re naturally good at it.  Some take pride in being hard negotiators. Some look for a win-win solution.   905 more words


Answer 3 Questions to Plan for Success

When asked, “What do you want?” most people will tell you what they don’t want.

Or they tell you what they think they can have starting from what they have and working forward rather than starting where they want to be and working backward. 1,206 more words


Team USA Too Fast for Usain Bolt and Team Jamaica

Ryan Bailey celebrates after defeating Usain Bolt and Team Jamaica at the 2015 IAAF World Relays (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

May 2 (Reuters) – Not even Usain Bolt could overcome a big American lead as the U.S. 150 more words

Track & Field

Louisiana is home to unique program to help smokers quit

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – “Do you live in Louisiana and do you attest that you began smoking prior to September 1, 1988? If those things are true, you’re going to be approved,” Rogers says. 354 more words


7th-Seeded '79-'80 Whalers Dominate in Sweep of 6th-Seeded '90-'91 Whalers as Top Line of Douglas-Rogers-Stoughton Combine for 30 Points

The offense of the 7th-seeded ’79-’80 Hartford Whalers totally overpowered the 6th-seeded ’90-’91 Hartford Whalers. They averaged 8.50 goals per game and scored nine goals three times in the four games. 435 more words

Ultimate NHL Playoff

Mike Rogers' secure golden multipart key

You may have already seen this astounding bit of stupidity from the Panopticon’s Mike Rogers:

“I don’t want a back door,” Rogers, the director of the nation’s top electronic spy agency, said during a speech at Princeton University, using a tech industry term for covert measures to bypass device security.

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