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Police continue to make arrests at Ferguson protest.

Part 4.

Take note: The moment people stopped reblogging and tweeting and writing news articles and calling attention to Ferguson, they brought back the armored cars. It is not over. They were waiting for the world to lose interest and knew it would.

Sad but true.

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Rob Ford: Michigan Man.

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brevetcaptain replied to your post: Meanwhile, in Canada… (@michaelbd via …

Does one need a beaver monger, or do Canadian grocery stores carry whole beaver tail?

Most grocery stores carry it, but it’s far better to trap it yourself.

Also, “beaver monger” is an archaic euphemism for a house of ill repute and is frowned upon in polite company.

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Controversial Montreal chef Martin Picard’s new book includes recipes for ‘Squirrel Sushi’ and ‘Confederation Beaver’

Montreal celebrity chef and in-your-face carnivore Martin Picard, who withdrew as the star of an Ottawa food festival last year rather than bow to pressure to drop foie gras from his menu, is creating new clamour with a cookbook containing eye-popping recipes for squirrel and beaver…

The Squirrel Sushi really puts the Confederation Beaver to shame:

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Meanwhile, in Canada…

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Just realized that I haven’t yet received a hotel confirmation for the conference I’m attending next week. That’s…worrisome.

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Well this might be the cutest thing I’ve ever seen.

Yes hello you called for an owl? How can I help you today? 

YOU SAID YOU’D WAIT FOR ME, GEORGE.

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John Moltz:

Let the healing begin

Apple has posted a technical note detailing how to “Remove iTunes gift album ‘Songs of Innocence’ from your iTunes music library and purchases”.

Here’s what happened: They did not force this onto your iPhone. They credited your account with a purchase and your device was set to automatically download purchased songs.

Should they maybe have considered that people might not want this album and that musical tastes are very personal and maybe it should be opt-in and not opt-out?

Yes.

Is this just like installing malware on your device?

Please seek medical attention. You have what practitioners of 19th century medicine call “the vapors”.

First thought: Yup.

Second thought: What happened to The Vapors, anyhow?