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Prototype Third-Gen iPod Touch With Rear Camera Shown Off in New Photos

Prior to when Apple released the third-generation iPod touch in September of 2009, it explored a prototype version that had a centered rear camera, a feature the ‌iPod touch‌ ultimately did not launch with. Giulio Zompetti, a developer who collects Apple device prototypes, today shared some photos of the third-generation ‌iPod touch‌ with rear camera, giving us a clear look at the design variation that Apple tested. Best unit of my whole collection.#prototype #iPod touch 3 with rear camera,...
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United States: Don't Dive Right In! Strategies For Opening Community Pools In The Wake Of COVID-19 - Ward and Smith, P.A.

State and local governments are beginning to phase out or entirely lift COVID-19 restrictions.
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Don't throw away those VISA debit cards: They have stimulus cash

About 4 million people are getting stimulus cash on Visa debit cards. Some thought envelopes marked "Money Network Cardholder Services" were scams.         [Author: Detroit Free Press]
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At Home, in your Car, and on the Street- More Self Defense Gun Stories

Shoot, or Don't Shoot – More Self-Defense Gun Stories U.S.A.– (Ammoland.com)- You didn't see this news covered by the mainstream media, but again this week, responsible gun owners defended themselves and the people they love. Self-defense instructor Elizabeth Hautman joins the Self Defense Gun Stories Podcast to look at four new examples. Were these gun owners lucky, or were they well trained? (22-minute audio) These victims saved lives because they had a gun and good habits. document.crea...
Tags: Guns, Nra, Don, Ammoland, Gun Rights News, Shooting Media News, Rob Morse, Slow Facts, Armed Citizen, Self Defense Gun Stories, Polite Society Podcast Rob, Elizabeth Hautman, Rob Morse Rob Morse


Obits Spiked Around Country With COVID Onslaught

Don’t just take it from the CDC. Deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic have been spiking around the country according to a tabulation of obituaries published, a new report found. The analysis — by the Health Care Cost Institute — found that obituaries including deaths from all causes have gone up during the pandemic, corroborating government statistics. Specifically, the study found up to 15 percent more deaths nationally during the month of April, based on obituary announcements. In the epicen...
Tags: News, Cdc, New York City, Trump, Don, Health Care Cost Institute, Muckraker, Josh Kovensky, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Excess Deaths


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Remembering an unbearable camping misadventure

If you’ve lived in California long enough and ever go outdoors, there’s a good chance that somewhere along the way, you’ve encountered a bear. I don’t mean Samson, the celebrity hot tub bear from Monrovia who ended up in the Orange County Zoo. I mean a real live wild bear who lives, duh, in the wild. I saw my first bear in Yosemite as a child, when he wandered into our campground lavatory, looked around for snacks and then wandered back out, apparently deciding I didn’t look tasty enough. But th...
Tags: Yosemite, California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, American Express, Santa Barbara County, Amex, Nissan, Monrovia, Don, Samson, Salmon Salmon, Top Stories OCR, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom, Orange County Zoo


Walgreens: Free Crest Toothpaste Through 5/30

Walgreens: Free Crest Toothpaste Through 5/30. Don’t miss out on this freebie deal on Crest Toothpaste at Walgreens! Thru 5/30, Crest 3D White Toothpaste 3 oz and Crest Sensitivity Whitening Plus Scope Toothpaste 6 oz are priced at $2.99 and $3.99 each at Walgreens.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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How to Notice and Combat the Signs of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress

Starting your own business is a thrill ride. Creating something from scratch, working in a field you’re passionate about and considering the financial potential of your enterprise can leave you feeling exhilarated. Unfortunately, those feelings of elation may not be consistent throughout your tenure as the leader and figurehead of your business. In fact, if you aren’t careful, you could find yourself at increased risk for depression, burnout, and other mental health conditions. Small Business ...
Tags: Sales, Management, Smith, University Of California, Sherman, Don, Bradley Smith, American Psychiatric Association, Faigy Mayer, Austen Heinz, DepositPhotos, Rescue One Financial, Jody Sherman, Diaspora Ilya Zhitomirskiy, Zhitomirskiy


Top 10 NHL Jerseys Discussion Nourishes ‘Social Closeness-ing’

Social distancing, huh? That’s a good one… and nothing new. As a young boy and teenager, our family lost our dad and my sister. Then, in the blink of an eye, the rest of my brothers and sisters were out of the house, doing grown-up things. I also said goodbye to friends who moved away. But on the fortunate side, I developed life-long friends who I consider brothers and sisters to this day. And here I sit in Hawaii (6,000 miles away from where I grew up in Marlboro, Mass., my very own socia...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Colorado, Navy, Washington, Wikipedia, Germany, Boston, Massachusetts, Toronto, San Francisco, Sport, Noah, Chicago, Dave, Hawaii


Three Ropes

Three ropes walked into a bar to have a beer. One rope excused himself to use the bathroom and the other two went to order beers at the bar. The bartender leaned over the bar and said,"We don't serve ropes in here, if you don't want any trouble you'd better hit the road!" and the two little ropes scurried away. On their way out they bumped into their friend and told him what had happened. "Don't worry about a thing." he said," Watch this!" and he twisted his top around and fluffed himself out. H...
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Board Question #93052: Some years ago, I attended an informal get-together held by ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,Some years ago, I attended an informal get-together held by friends from another ward in a nearby city. I gave my friend Sally a ride. She had just gone through a break-up and was hoping to meet someone new at this activity. Once we got there, I ran into an old friend named Cameron. Cameron is tall, good-looking, and quite the charmer. Unfortunately, he's also totally inactive from the Church, has worthiness issues, and is a bit of a bum and a sketchy guy. Sally was immedi...
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Don't expect too much, too soon from budding USMNT talent Gio Reyna, who's right where he should be

There's a sense of disappointment that permeates USMNT fandom whenever hyped young prospects finally get minutes with a European giant. Keep things in perspective.
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Ex-San Clemente man’s killer up for parole; serial killer’s daughter opposes release

She remembers her father brushing her hair and making her breakfast. The world would come to know him as Michael Bear Carson, serial killer. To her, he was a stay-at-home dad. In the late 1970s, Jenn Carson knew her father as a school teacher, a brilliant man who spoke three languages and had a college degree from the University of Iowa. She also remembers the fear. When Jenn was 8, she and her mother, Lynne, fled Phoenix and hid in Orange County because they were afraid what Michael and his new...
Tags: Crime, News, California, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Ronald Reagan, Courts, Napa, Jerry Brown, Humboldt County, Orange County, Folsom State Prison, Michael, Phoenix, Don


'What is Wi-Fi calling?': How to make calls from your smartphone even if you don't have a cell signal

Wi-Fi calling is a service that allows you to make phone calls over Wi-Fi, if you don't have a reliable cellular connection. Wi-Fi calling is built into nearly all modern phones, and usually comes at no extra cost. The sound quality on Wi-Fi calls will depend on the speed of your Wi-Fi connection. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. You've probably heard a thing or two out there about Wi-Fi calling. However, if you're not a big tech person, you may be a little co...
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NASA's chief brought back a famous old 'worm' logo for SpaceX to use during its historic first launch of astronauts

NASA is bringing back its famous red "worm" logo as the agency gears up for SpaceX's first launch of astronauts.  The logo was discontinued in the 1990s and swapped out for the now better-known logo featuring a blue circle, dubbed the "meatball." SpaceX is using the worm on its Falcon 9 rocket, Crew Dragon spacesuits, the Tesla cars the astronauts will ride to the launchpad, and more. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said both logos are "awesome" — "I like both, so we're going with both," he...
Tags: Spacex, Elon Musk, Trends, Tesla, Nasa, Musk, Falcon, Hurley, Don, Cape Canaveral Florida, Jim Bridenstine, Robert Pearlman, Behnken, Bob Behnken, Bridenstine, Doug Hurley


California Republicans sue to stop mail-in voter ballots

In a continuation from Trump's Do-As-I-Say-Don't-Say-As-I-Do approach to mail-in voter ballots, the Republican National Committee has sued the state of California in an effort to stop their vote-by-mail outreach ahead of November's election. From CNN: The suit comes after California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, announced this month that the state would move to encourage all voters to cast their ballots by mail in November -- the most widespread expansion of vote-by-mail that has been announced...
Tags: Post, News, California, Kentucky, Vote, Cnn, DMV, Npr, Republican National Committee, Gavin Newsom, Trump, Rnc, State, Don, U S Air Force, Michael Adams


Awkward conversations don’t have to be avoided

Whether it’s with strangers, co-workers or in our intimate relationships, many of us dodge awkward and difficult conversations. Sometimes it’s because of our relationship with conflict and criticism. We might associate self-expression with alienation or abandonment. If we tend to and suppress and repress our needs, expectations, desires, feelings and opinions, the sky’s the limit with awkwardness. Admitting that we differ in opinion or taste might be as difficult as expressing our anger an...
Tags: Fear Of Intimacy, Dating, Authenticity, Don, Difficult Conversations, People Pleasing, Conflict and Criticism, Healthier Relationships, Conflict Avoidant, Lies And Dishonesty


5 Things to Consider Before Taking Out a Loan For Your Small Business

. {display:none !important;} .ezoic-ad {min-height: 10px !important;} .tagdiv-type iframe {display:none !important;} Do you need financial help when it comes to your business? If you’re considering taking out a loan, make sure you read this quick guide first. Expanding your services, purchasing equipment, and boosting your working capital are some reasons for taking out a loan. You may think applying at any lender is the fastest way of securing financing for your business. Before y...
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George Floyd Identified As Black Man Who Died After Video Showing Minneapolis Cop Kneeling on His Neck

The Black Minnesota man who died after he was seen on video begging for his life as a White police officer kneeled on the back of his neck for several minutes has been identified as George Floyd. Attorney Benjamin Crump—who has represented the families of several victims in civil rights cases (Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, etc.)—said that he will be representing Floyd’s family as well. We have been informed that the man killed by Minneapolis police was named George Floyd. #JusticeForFloyd #ica...
Tags: Minnesota, Minneapolis, America, Fbi, Chicago, Jazz, Eric Garner, Don, Star Tribune, Frey, Floyd, Crump, Frazier, Benjamin Crump, Jacob Frey, Hennepin County Medical Center


TUESDAY NIGHT OPEN THREAD

Our theme tonight is the Smoot-Hawley Tariff. We know you have strong feelings. Don't hold them in.
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‘Labyrinth’ Sequel Finds New Life With ‘Doctor Strange’ Director Scott Derrickson

After all these years, Labyrinth still has the power of voodoo over us. Jim Henson‘s 1986 cult hit is getting a long-awaited sequel, which has been in the works under TriStar Pictures in some form since at least 2014. But after hiring Don’t Breathe director Fede Alvarez to helm the sequel in 2017, TriStar Pictures has found a new filmmaker to dance, magic, dance into the director’s chair. Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson, who recently left Marvel over creative differences with Doctor St...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Marvel, Netflix, Sequels, David Bowie, Tilda Swinton, Lisa Henson, Bowie, Labyrinth, Don, TriStar Pictures, Alvarez, Jim Henson, Henson, Jim Henson Company


A new 'Minecraft' game is out today, and it shakes up the iconic series with a bold new hack-and-slash style of gameplay you can play with a friend (MSFT)

"Minecraft" continues to be one of the biggest games in the world, if not the biggest game in the world, with over 125 million monthly players. On May 26, a rare new entry in the series launched: "Minecraft Dungeons" is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. It's not a sequel — "Minecraft Dungeons" is a dungeon crawler along the lines of "Diablo," but instead of taking on the hordes of Hell you take on skeletons, spiders, and creepers. Visit Business Insider's homep...
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VIDEO: Black Man Dies After Saying “I Can’t Breathe!” While Minneapolis Cop Kneels on His Neck

The Minneapolis Police Department is under fire after an officer continuously held his knee on a black male suspect who repeatedly said he couldn’t breathe. The man later died. The police brutality incident—which was captured on video by a bystander—occurred on Monday (May 25) while police were responding to a “forgery in progress.” Police arrived to find the man believed to be in his 40s—who has since been identified as George Floyd—sitting on top of a blue car and appeared to be under the infl...
Tags: Videos, News, Minneapolis, Fbi, Jazz, Police Brutality, Don, Minneapolis Police Department, George Floyd, Danella Frazier


Lancaster JetHawks face uncertain future after 24 years

Over the past 24 years, Lancaster Municipal Stadium – or The Hangar, as it’s known locally – has provided an escape from the bleak realities of living in an isolated high desert city at the northern edge of Los Angeles County. For at least 70 days every summer, the Single-A Lancaster JetHawks baseball team brings together a community that spans generations, social classes and races. This is a devoted group that includes characters like “Hot Rod” Will and “JetHawk” John. Now, The Hangar is closed...
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Improve My Business Myself, Effectively

This post is contributed by Jason Dirkham. Are you ready to start looking at ways to improve your business? Most of the time, it is the cash flow that determines what we can and can’t do with our business, whether that’s improving the technology or changing the inventories and ways in which you operate. Or perhaps you want to upgrade your phone’s systems, without the capital, there is no way to achieve this. You need to firstly look at some of the things that could be holding you back: ...
Tags: Business, Time, Sales, Don, Jason Dirkham


Quarantined skateboarders turn their house into a makeshift skatepark

Dalton and Kanaan Dern turned their Apoka, Florida abode into a skatepark. Watch them shred the house. Don't tell mom. The brothers won the "Murder Your House" contest sponsored by Liquid Death and The Berrics. The prizes included six months of mortgage payments (up to $10,000) but not the new roof that they'll likely need sooner rather than later.
Tags: Video, News, Sports, Skateboarding, Skateboards, Don, Dalton, Kanaan Dern, Apoka Florida


A wrongfully convicted man freed after 36 years is now an 'America's Got Talent' favorite

Archie Williams spent 36 years in a Louisiana prison for a rape he didn't commit. One year after he was freed, he wooed the reality show's judges with a moving rendition of "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me."
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Another fast food chain enters the chicken sandwich wars

Don't count out the colonel in the chicken sandwich wars.
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KFC is testing a new chicken sandwich

Don't count out the colonel in the chicken sandwich wars.
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KFC enters chicken sandwich wars

Don't count out the colonel in the chicken sandwich wars.
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