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 on: September 01, 2017, 04:06:26 pm 
Started by paperboy - Last post by pudge27
I have received mail from competing energy companies in the mail. I can't think of the name of the companies off the top of my head, but there may be other options...

Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

 on: September 01, 2017, 04:03:43 pm 
Started by paperboy - Last post by pudge27
From my perspective, I would say:

1) Reducing property tax
2) Marijuana legalization
3) A new approach to reducing the opioid epidemic

...but that's just me.

 on: August 31, 2017, 07:14:38 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Putting an End to the Rent Economy

Socialism & Monetary Sovereignty vs Globalism

Corporate Debt Threatens U.S. Economic Prospects

Slow Crash

A Scottish Tax System for Independent Scotland with Sovereign Money

Evaluating a lie about Money; Harm vs. benefit

Real Americans vs. fake Americans

 on: August 31, 2017, 10:34:38 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Kaspersky Lab's CEO announces the antivirus software is completely free-of-charge

Researchers make augmented reality a group experience

How to Spot a Twitter Bot

Botched Software Update Leaves 500 Smart Locks Inoperable

Google Trained Vizier A.I. Computers with Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes

Google plans to add autoplaying videos in search results on Android - Advertisers 1, Public 0

Cybersecurity firm warns most consumer robots are dangerously easy to hack and can be turned into bugging devices

New Video Platform Bitchute runs P2P decentralized Avoid Youtube Censorship

You guys need to know the difference between Tor and I2P - Here's An Introduction

Hackers are now using Facebook Messenger to spread 'advanced' malware code

Breaking Free: 6 Alt-Tech Services You Should Use

Phishing: Tactics And Tools Explained

Malicious Websites Explained

Top Exploits and Hacks Debuted at Black Hat and DEFCON This Year

The Ghost Telephonist Allows Hackers to Make Calls and Texts from Your Phone Number

Targeting Adversaries & Deanonymization Attacks Against Tor Users

*A Novel Hybrid Web Crawler For Searching Both The Surface and Deep Web

Interpol Teams up with cyber security firm to combat cyber threats

How To Setup Your Own Honeypot to catch attackers

D.C Couple Allegedly Losses $1.5 Million to Hackers in Phishing Scheme

In Switzerland, Even Authorities Oppose a Darknet Ban

FBI Has Tools to Identify Anonymous “Sextortionists,” Agent Says

Examining Port Scan Attacks Via Data From Darknets

FBI warns of spreading W-2 email theft scheme

Here's how we can stop driverless cars from being hacked

India's top court says privacy is a fundamental right

Russia goes crazy for cryptocurrency

STUPID UK promises to prosecute online [make-believe] hate crimes vigorously

Free speech concerns as FAKE extreme-right evicted from web

The 'splinternet' may be the future of the web

Why you should care about China's VPN crackdown

Artificial intelligence cyber attacks are coming – but what does that mean?

Smart cities present risks & opportunities

The Website Lets You Upload Malware Using Its Own Public API Key

 on: August 31, 2017, 09:53:49 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
New Robot Staves Off Loneliness for School Children

The Cyberpsychology of Smartphone Separation Anxiety

Lightning is zapping fewer Americans, not more

Peanuts allergy breakthrough reported by Australian researchers
Children with peanut allergies were given a probiotic along with small doses of a peanut protein over an 18-month period

Tiny robotic micromotors transporting antibiotics have cured bacterial infections in mice

Scientists discover method of 3-D printing stem cells to recreate complex living tissue

First Ever Woman in China Cryogenically Frozen

New Homeopathic Remedy for Migraines Wins Award

Warnings to those who discover health risks when researching their ancestral DNA

Poppy Seed Oil Treatment Can Boost Female Fertility

Big AG, join venture investors funding lab-grown meat

Orange peels revive a Costa Rican forest

A Grand Unified Theory of unhealthy microbiomes

One-Third of American Adults Prescribed Opioids Each Year, and Opioids Now Leading Cause of Death for People Under 50

Convention on Mercury and the Banning of Amalgam in Dentistry

Controversy Over Fake Meat Burger

1 Out of 12 Doctors Collecting Bonuses for Pushing Opioids

Flame Retardants Damaging Kids' Brains

Dentistry Is Poisoning the Next Generation

Loneliness More Hazardous to Your Health Than Obesity or Smoking

Insurance and Government Block the Transition to Mercury-Free Dentistry

Don't listen to traditional medicine's claims about Alzheimer's; it's curable

New Dicamba Herbicide Wreaks Havoc Across the US

Aspartame: Decades of Science Point to Serious Health Consequences

Alcoholism Epidemic in the US

 on: August 30, 2017, 10:10:25 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Radical Unschooling Umbrella

The Beauty of Unschooling Through Lego

back to unschooling

“Unschool” kids with attention deficit

A Fly On My Homeschool Wall

Radical Unschooling: What the Heck Is…

Unschooling an Only Child with Deb Rossing and Pat Robinson

Unschooling is not unparenting

Insightful family travels the world to educate kids in an ‘untraditional’ way — they call it ‘Global Unschooling’

Unschooling Appalachia

Unschooling my Spirituality

“Radical” unschooling represents the springboard to radically transform our world

 on: August 30, 2017, 12:11:27 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

You should join Represent.Us: against corruption.
Here are their Wins:
They're fairly non-partisan. They have some videos that explain how corruption works and how to reduce or end corruption.

They favor the Anticorruption Act:
That act seems pretty good, but it doesn't cover prevention of hacking voting machines etc.

They have chapters throughout the country. You can join one, or start a new one closer to you.

I signed this (only one week left): Petition Supreme Court to end partisan gerrymandering

Represent.US favors, as do I, Ranked Choice Voting To End the 2 major political parties' stranglehold on our elections and prevent the Spoiler Effect that lets major party candidates win with only 34% of the vote

 on: August 30, 2017, 07:34:03 am 
Started by Vismon - Last post by JasonPSorens
You do see some brick homes. Not as common as wood, but not rare either.

Home heating depends on where you live. In rural areas or anywhere north of Concord, you're likely to have to choose between oil and wood pellets (or both), with propane as an option for ovens and ranges. Dartmouth has a new building that uses geothermal, but I don't know that I've seen any houses that do. In more urban areas in the southern third of the state you'll be able to use natural gas.

 on: August 30, 2017, 01:40:23 am 
Started by Vismon - Last post by ProjetDan
save your money and don't go to hotel. Bet Idea is to rent before you move. Maybe you will loose one week rent before you move all your stuff to new house, but you will have your place rented.

 on: August 29, 2017, 08:16:48 pm 
Started by Vismon - Last post by Vismon
Thank you! Very helpful.

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