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September 24, 2013

The curse of progressive feminism – Pat Condell

The curse of progressive feminism – Pat Condell – YouTube.

(As always, Pat Condell speaks the truth about the barbarism of Islam, this time focusing on its treatment of women. – JW)



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September 24, 2013

Să găsim cea mai albastră poveste! :)

September 24, 2013

Report: Navy Yard Shooter Lied About Previous Arrest, Debts

September 24, 2013

Cum se face o vânzare

Luka's World

Seful unui magazin angajeaza un vanzator. Il ia deoparte si ii zice:
– Trebuie sa stii ca eu am un sistem: daca un client imi cere un lucru eu reusesc sa-l fac sa cumpere doua. Acum te invat.
Intra in magazin o doamna:
– Buna ziua, as vrea un spray Pronto.
Seful se duce in spate si se intoarce cu un spay Pronto si cu un Vetril.
– Ma scuzati, eu vroiam doar Pronto.
– Vedeti doamna, odata ce stergeti de praf mobila se va vedea ca aveti geamurile murdare
– Bravo, aveti dreptate, le cumpar pe amandoua!
– Vezi, zice seful noului angajat, asa se face .
Intra o a doua doamna:

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September 24, 2013

The stage is set, let the propaganda begin

Israel Hayom | The stage is set, let the propaganda begin.

Dan Margalit

Since the U.N.’s founding toward the end of the Second World War, its General Assembly has followed the famous Shakespearean adage: “All the World’s a Stage.” This will hold true when the General Assembly opens its latest session on Tuesday.

Interested parties have traditionally used this platform to wage a non-stop campaign to win the hearts and minds of the global community. It’s not that the U.N. has no influence-wielding bodies. The Security Council is the most important body in that organization. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization [UNESCO], which is one of the worst agencies, is important when it comes to cultural matters. But the GA, which is supposedly the U.N.’s crown jewel, has become a venue for PR and propaganda.

This was underscored by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech on Iran when…

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September 24, 2013

Practice Fusion raises $70M led by Kleiner Perkins for electronic health records


In one of the biggest digital health deals of the year, electronic health records company Practice Fusion has raised $70 million in a Series D round led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers. The round, which brings the company’s total amount raised to $134 million, is meant to help Practice Fusion expand to more patients and fuel more clinical data research and development.

In addition to existing investors like Artis Ventures, Morgenthaler Ventures and Felicis Ventures, the company said institutional healthcare crossover funds OrbiMed Advisors and Deerfield Management Company also joined the round as new investors. The news comes a few months after VentureBeat reported that the company was raising $60 million in a Series D round.

As we’ve covered before, plenty of companies – from new startups like ElationEMR and CareCloud to legacy firms like Cerner and Epic – offer services for digitizing medical information. But, over the past…

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September 24, 2013

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September 24, 2013

Miley Cyrus Seductively Twerks With A Monkey & Straddles Furry Creature

Hollywood Life

Miley posted photos to her Twitter on Sept. 24 that show her sexily twerking — with a monkey dressed like a cowboy on her back — and dancing — with a red, furry creature! Is she doing this display of behavior to upset Liam because he publicly made out with Eiza Gonzalez, 23?

Miley Cyrus, 20, has now taken partying to a whole new level. Looks like she doesn’t even feel the need to twerk with people anymore — she can just do it with a monkey instead! Did she do any of this to upset ex-fiancee Liam Hemsworth?

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September 24, 2013

University Of Florida Professor Reportedly Admits To Filming Female Students To Confirm Whether They Are Wearing Undergarments


professorsamuelsonUniversity of Florida Professor Don Samuelson, 65, has been arrested for a rather bizarre obsession. Using a camera pen, Samuelson was accused of filming under the clothing of female students in his class. What is even more bizarre is his defense: he insists that he was doing research to determine whether any students were not “wearing undergarments.” What Samuelson insisted was harmless research is considered by the police to be voyeurism.

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September 24, 2013

Birmingham college veil row: Headteacher to step down after policy U-turn

September 24, 2013

Thompson Square Shared Their First Radio Moment With A Random Woman In A Parked Car

September 24, 2013

Mesut Ozil was overpriced – but better than Gareth Bale, insists ex-Arsenal keeper Jens Lehmann

September 24, 2013

Dreptul la opinie

Mihai Hristea

Sir Graham Watson ne atrage atenţia, pe bună dreptate, zic eu, asupra celor 67 de jurnalişti turci încarceraţi pentru “tupeul” de-a scrie împotriva lui Erdogan.

În România, de pildă, eu i-aş lua la şuturi pe toţi cretinii din presa sportivă, le-aş da numai picioare-n gură mizeriilor băsiste şi capace la greu tuturor remegeciştilor!

Dar asta nu înseamnă că i-aş băga la puşcărie doar pentru că au o opinie diferită de a mea!

Vorba aia – rîdem, glumim, dar nu părăsim incinta, da? 😆

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September 24, 2013

Apple issues $22.99 credit over “Seasons Pass” for Breaking Bad


Here’s a bit of good news to offset the dark, dark plot lines of Breaking Bad’s final episodes: viewers who bought a pass to watch all of Season 5, but then learned the pass only covered half the shows, are receiving a credit from Apple(s aapl) to buy other content.

In an email to those who bought the pass, Apple apologizes for “confusion” over the terms “Season 5” and “The Final Season,” and provides instructions for obtaining a $22.99 iTunes credit.

The move will not only placate Breaking Bad fans, but could prove a good marketing move for Apple. The cost will be negligible for the company, especially after a banner weekend in which it reportedly sold 9 million iPhones.

The flap arose over the so-called Season Pass for Breaking Bad arose as a result of a studio decision to split the final season into two bundles of eight…

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