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Does your car have a push-button ignition? Thieves may have a new device to steal it!

Does your car have push-button ignition? Be wary then because thieves may have a new technology that allows them to start your car and drive away with it, leaving nary a trace. 245 more words

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The Rugby game by a blogger - 7

The Politicomix concede the penalty for no arms in the tackle on their own ten-meter line and Anonymous will strike for poles and look to add the extra three points for the blameless Jumpingbloggers. 1,533 more words

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The Rugby game by a blogger - 5

The ball is charge down! One of the Politicomix players with some good conception and awareness (sic) on defence as he reads (sic) the play from… 778 more words

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Does it pay to be a conscious consumer?

Untitled (I shop therefore I am), Barbara Kruger

Change is a marathon not a sprint.

Now imagine me sitting on my bedroom floor reminding myself of this occaisionly as I wrap appreciation gifts. 1,167 more words

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It’s not a modest reflection that journalism needs right now, it’s a thunderous battle cry

2016 was a bad year for journalism, but then so was 2015, 2014 etc. etc. If journalism, as we know, is to stay meaningful it must move to rectify years of compounding problems. 783 more words

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GivingTuesday is November 29, 2016

After the crazy consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday is a day for giving back to others through volunteering, donating or fundraising. 123 more words

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Aquinas on Tyrants and Tyrannicide

Aquinas’ De regno ad regem Cypiri (Address to the King of Cyprus, circa 13th C.) : interesting to read this short work written by Thomas Aquinas, especially the section on tyrants and tyrannicide, which I find to be a fertile source for contemporary political thought and discussion. 441 more words