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eaglebeaky - Mike Flynn Makes It Official.. - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Agreed 100%, DukeOfQuincy!!! I know that I'm likely in the minority on this matter when I say this (because Mike Flynn is an inexplicably-popular alternative to Darin LaHood or any of the other hopefuls)... but I believe that there should absolutely be some sort of a residency requirement for political candidates. (It really wouldn't be THAT much of an imposition to merely require that…
qfingers - Is \'thug\' the new N-word? Debate rages over language - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Of all the things to worry about from any side of this situation semantics seems like a "How can I add fuel to the fire" statement instead of being anything constructive at all. The tortured response from Baltimore's mayor was really ridiculous...apologized for calling them thugs and failed to offer any other term other than tortuous multi-word description. From dictionary.com noun 1. a cruel…
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jungle65 - Quincy Fire Station #6 set to shut down - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
How about the Mayor taking away the aldermen insurance, no one should be getting insurance for the hours they put in or how about cutting the number of aldermen in half? This would allow the fire station to remain open which is way more important than the aldermen and may allow for both QFD and QPD to add some bodies!

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Yesterday's white blood count went from just under 0.1 to just over 0.1. Let's call it 0.05 growth. Today's count is 0.2. That's growth of 0.1. And that, my friends, is exponential growth. Sure, we could use another data point or three. And some more significant digits. And if we're being picky, a coefficient…
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These Photos of the Vegas Fight and the Baltimore Protests Perfectly Sum Up Inequality in America

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On Saturday night, the biggest news story in America was the welterweight championship fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, in Las Vegas (Mayweather won). The second biggest was probably the continuing demonstrations across the nation over the death of Freddie Gray: Police in Baltimore…
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"Hell Is Empty and All the Devils Are Here."

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Here is a thing. .@FloydMayweather Good luck tonight Floyd. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 2, 2015 Here is another thing: Floyd Mayweather is a serial batterer of women. Have a nice day.
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Tales From City of Hope #10: Rebound Is Here!

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Yesterday my white blood count was <0.1. How much less? No telling, but my doctor called it an "honorary" 0.1. But! Today my count is 0.1. Not much difference, you say, but it doesn't matter. It's higher than yesterday, and that means my transplanted stem cells are busily engrafting themselves and morphing…
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How Humans Can Keep Superintelligent Robots From Murdering Us All

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While Kevin Drum is focused on getting better, we've invited some of the remarkable writers and thinkers who have traded links and ideas with him from Blogosphere 1.0 to this day to contribute posts and keep the conversation going. Today, we're honored to present a post from Bill Gardner, a health services…
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The Kentucky Derby Is Fueled by Tamales, and Other Gems From a Great New Podcast

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When you think about the Kentucky Derby, what flavors come to mind? A refreshing mint julep? Pillowy biscuits propping up salty glazed ham? The sweet tang of pickled shrimp? Or how about…tamales? As radio journalist Tina Antolini discovered, that's the dish that best embodies "the backside" of the Derby,…
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This Map Shows the Freddie Gray Protests Across the Country

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Thousands took to the streets in Baltimore earlier this week following the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, a black man who died after his spine was nearly severed while riding in a police van. Demonstrators have also gathered in New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and nearly a dozen other cities.…
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If Black People Lived As Long As White People, Election Results Would Be Very Different

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With the mortality rate for black Americans about 18 percent higher than it is for white Americans, premature black deaths have affected the results of US elections, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Michigan and the University of Oxford. The study, published in Social Science…
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Obama Administration Gives Rail Companies Three Years to Fix Their Most Explosive Oil Cars

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Friday Cat Blogging - May 1 2015

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With Kevin concentrating on his cancer treatment, we've rounded up some big writers to keep things rolling on the blog by contributing posts in his honor. But let's be honest: nothing's bigger on the internet than cats. So in addition to appearances from Hopper and Hilbert, we're taking this chance to…
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