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    Would a maximum wage ratio work?

    Jesse Ventura recently had a clip going around the internet talking about a maximum wage. I don't like that idea because it limits the drive to do more. That being said, I like the idea of a maximum wage ratio. The biggest issue people have is that CEOs in America are making 380 times (on...
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    Pokemon Go

    So...anyone else playing Pokemon Go? As a game, it is so so, as a work-out/geocache/get outside and be active scheme, it works pretty well.
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    Family clashes with Police in Ohio Community pool...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Devlgv-zKao https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSIJsGCB0c8 From what I can tell, all of this was because the black family was asked to leave the pool because they were dressed inappropriately. I don't know if that is true or not, but if it is...I'd probably be...
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    FIFA Women's World Cup 2015

    For whatever reason, I didn't even know the Women's World Cup had started. Poor advertising in the US as usual I guess. So, I caught up on a few of the games and while it looks like there will be some great matchups coming...the refs already seem to be making bad calls. The Kiwi's got robbed...
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    Old Testament as Satire?

    I was reading the article about how Facebook was banning Atheism and it took me a bit to realize that it was from a satire website. That led me to question how people thousands of years into the future would be able to tell the difference between this satire article and real news if they didn't...
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    What are wooden kings from this children's song?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiM2IfMrswI My 3 year old loves to watch kid's tunes. This one in particular makes a reference to 'wooden kings' at the 0:23 mark. They appear to be wooden feet, but I was wondering if anyone knew where this particular reference came from. I've heard of the...
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    Is this legal?

    That's a local church (The Tabernacle) with political signs in front of it that is also apparently a Voting center. Is it legal for a church to be a voting center? I would think it is illegal, or at the very least, a potential cause of duress to non-Christians needing to vote there.
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