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You're Pulleying My Leg . . .

I appreciate your preparedness Gary, but I hope it never comes to the point where we need a fishing net and a pulley to get you out of bed.

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Man using tablet The digital future of work is leaving the poor behind
Telecommuting is putting an end to long commutes—for everyone but those who need it most.
Bathroom scale with Instagram logo over hashtag pattern background Instagram is the Weight Watchers support group of the future
The company's social media presence is bigger than their members' weight loss.


Twitter Lightning bolt How to use Twitter Moments
Get your daily dose of information a whole lot easier.
Microsoft's new Band is more expensive and more comfortable than its first
Microsoft's smartwatch alternative lost weight, but gained a higher price
Microsoft unveils the Surface Book, a true MacBook competitor
Microsoft is launching a hybrid notebook with Apple-like pricing.
Microsoft HoloLens might be the future of video gaming
It's impossible to watch this demo and not want to play with HoloLens right now.
space satellite Facebook plans to beam Internet to Africa from space
It's the company's first satellite to connect the world.


american and european flags transmitting bits of data European court throws out U.S.–E.U. data-sharing pact over NSA surveillance
This could have major consequences on both sides of the pond.
Empty classroom 4chan 'beta uprising' spreads countless threats of more school massacres
4chan's /r9k/ imageboard has completely lost it.
zimmermanpainting2.JPG (1600×1200) George Zimmerman denies he meant to retweet photo of Trayvon Martin's dead body
'To this date I have not, nor will I ever tweet any image of the Fultons or Martins.'
abstract art of edward snowden Edward Snowden says he's offered to go to prison 'many times'
He's just waiting for the U.S. government to call him back.
God Tennessee county considering resolution asking God not to smite them for gay marriage rules
Resolution asks God to 'pass us by in His Coming Wrath.'
Mark Zuckerberg More than 70 human rights groups tell Facebook to change its 'real name' policy
The groups say Facebook's policy exposes users to danger and disrespects their identities.
Hand holding pen Democrats beat Republicans on Facebook grammar, Grammarly study shows
When you argue about politics on Facebook, everyone loses.