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World’s Tallest Lego Skyscraper in Tel Aviv

The 35.96-meter tall Lego structure that stands in Tel Aviv’s city center, Rabin Square, is the world’s tallest. It took around half a million plastic building blocks and thousands of volunteers and Lego enthusiasts to create the record-breaking feat, not

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Sessions continues to undermine justice for immigrants by tightening his grip on immigration courts

Campaign Action Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III continues to mold immigration courts, of which he has vast authority over as attorney general, to reflect his racist, anti-immigrant worldview. “In one decision,” CNN reports, “Sessions further constra
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Sessions continues to undermine justice for immigrants by tightening his grip on immigration courts

Campaign Action Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III continues to mold immigration courts, of which he has vast authority over as attorney general, to reflect his racist, anti-immigrant worldview. “In one decision,” CNN reports, “Sessions further constrained the discretion of immigration judges to show leniency to undocumented immigrants. In the other, he signaled he may restrict the ability of immigrants awaiting asylum hearings to be let out of detention.” “Sessions ruled that immigration judges are not allowed to use their discretion to terminate or dismiss cases,” CNN continued. “Under the ruling, only if the Department of Homeland Security decides it no longer wants to pursue the case or the immigrant achieves or proves a legal right to stay in the US can a judge dismiss their deportation case. Judges may not simply decide the case is not worth pursuing further.” Sessions has already taken vast action, by decree, to stomp on asylum claims and possibly return thousands of Central Americans escaping domestic and gang violence back to their deaths. Just days ago, he complained to dozens of incoming immigration judges that immigration courts show too much “sympathy” in decisions, and that immigration attorneys are “like water seeping through an earthen dam.” Sessions, the executive of the Department of Justice, wants no justice. “By placing his thumb firmly on the scales of justice,” said Benjamin Johnson, executive director of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), “the Attorney General shows a fundamental disregard for immigration courts and judges, and their vital role in the administration of justice. Time and time again the attorney general's actions have shown us that an immigration court system housed under the Department of Justice cannot be one that guarantees due process.”

Republican staff put to rest any doubt that Kavanaugh 'investigation' is a farce

Campaign Action Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse has some very good questions for Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley about the sham of a hearing he is intent on having Monday into the allegations by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford that Supre
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Republican staff put to rest any doubt that Kavanaugh 'investigation' is a farce

Campaign Action Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse has some very good questions for Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley about the sham of a hearing he is intent on having Monday into the allegations by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh assaulted her when they were both teenagers. Grassley says committee investigators are working the case. Whitehouse wants to know: «Really? When? Who will locate & interview witnesses? Has @senjudiciary hired independent investigators we don’t know about? When will the witness statements be taken? When will they be shared? Will the minority get to call witnesses, or will the #Republicans hold all the cards?» An unknown staff presence on the Senate Judiciary Committee (maybe Mike Davis, chief counsel for nominations on for the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, who has already said way too much on Twitter today) provides a whole mess of non-responses to those questions that prove yet again how much of a set-up this hearing is going to be, if it happens. Whoever this is tweets that Republican staff on Monday «interviewed Judge Kavanaugh under penalty of felony.» Right, because we know how seriously he takes that oath. Furthermore, «Staff contacted Mark Judge and obtained a statement under penalty of felony.» That would be the Mark Judge who Sen. Lindsey Graham said didn't need to testify in the hearing because «He's already said what he’s going to say.» They continue that tweet, saying GOP staff «contacted third person allegedly at party described by Dr. Ford and obtained a statement under penalty of felony. Staff contacted fourth person allegedly at party.» How do they know the identity of the two additional party guests if they haven't spoken to Ford yet, which they say they haven't? Did Judge give them the names of people who were at this party he wasn't at and that supposedly never happened and that Kavanaugh definitely wasn't at and that occurred on a date and at a location that hasn't been specified? Ford didn't mention individuals by name in her interview with the Washington Post.

Congressional Republicans eye Kavanaugh's low-30s approval rating with envy

When a Reuters-Ipsos poll this week put the approval rating for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh five points underwater at 31-36 percent approval/disapproval, congressional Republicans must have thought to themselves, Hey, not bad! After all, the approv
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Congressional Republicans eye Kavanaugh's low-30s approval rating with envy

When a Reuters-Ipsos poll this week put the approval rating for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh five points underwater at 31-36 percent approval/disapproval, congressional Republicans must have thought to themselves, Hey, not bad! After all, the approval rating for Republican lawmakers has been stuck in the 20s (and even below) in just about every poll for years. This summer, Quinnipiac actually had congressional Republicans at a rather generous 27-66 percent approval—39 points underwater—and those were some of their finer numbers in quite some time. (By comparison, Democrats fared slightly better at 30-63 percent approve/disapprove in that Q poll). And Donald Trump, well, frankly, he's the rock star of the bunch, with most recent polls putting him in the mid-to-high 30s over the past few weeks. In Five Thirty Eight's aggregate, Trump's at 40 percent and 13 percent underwater—stupendous by GOP standards! In fact, it seems to have gotten to the point where the GOP sweet spot for anything is being underwater with only 30-some percent support of the electorate. Just look at their tax giveaway to the rich. Weeks before Republican lawmakers rallied to pass their tax bill, it was the most unpopular tax bill since the early ‘80s with an approval rating of 32-46 percent (14 points underwater). By this summer, it was still underwater and in the 30s in several polls and now the Real Clear Politics average puts it just several points underwater at 39 percent approval. Man, what congressional lawmakers wouldn't do for that type of popularity! So if you think Republicans are balking at the fact that the only other Supreme Court nominee to have underwater approvals at this point in the process was Harriet Miers—who withdrew her name from consideration—think again. Congressional Republicans have grown perfectly comfortable with doing terribly unpopular things with impunity. They couldn’t care less. Check out Gallup’s comparison of nominees. Wanna make sure Democrats can to stop Trump from making more right-wing judicial appointments? Please take time right now to give $3 to the effort to flip Senate control.

Midday open thread: Chickens and hogs fare poorly in NC floods; Trump's white male ambassadors

Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is Young Brett Kavanaugh: • NC flooding from Florence killed 3.4 million chickens and turkeys as well as 5,500 hogs: In a press release, North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler said: «This wa
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Midday open thread: Chickens and hogs fare poorly in NC floods; Trump's white male ambassadors

Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is Young Brett Kavanaugh: • NC flooding from Florence killed 3.4 million chickens and turkeys as well as 5,500 hogs: In a press release, North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler said: «This was an unprecedented storm with flooding expected to exceed that from any other storms in recent memory. We know agricultural losses will be significant because the flooding has affected the top six agricultural counties in our state.» The Humane Society of the United States sent an email to EcoWatch saying the animals «needlessly lost their lives,» adding that “Having an emergency plan, regardless of the numbers of animals at your home, facility, or farm, is the responsibility of the humane steward caring for their welfare. If the sheer number of animals makes evacuation extremely difficult or impossible, then a hard look needs to be taken at the number of animals being cared for and the opportunity for them to be considered in an emergency plan. The cost of not doing so, as we can see here, has a devastating impact on the community, the environment and the animals, and are further examples of why we need to reduce the reliance on these massive factory farms.« Poultry is North Carolina’s No. 1 agricultural industry,  adding $36.6 billion a year to the state’s economy. • Please try to suppress your surprise regarding Donald Trump’s ambassador picks: Since he took office, Donald Trump has nominated 119 ambassadors. Of those, 91.6 percent (109) are white, and 73.9 percent (88) are men. None are African American women. During Obama’s term of office, 24 black women served as ambassadors around the world. Said Linda Thomas-Greenfield, who was the most senior African-American woman at the State Department until her 2017 retirement: “Diversity is not a priority for this administration. It’s not on their agenda. We can’t have a foreign service in which the world sees and thinks our entire leadership is white and male.”  • Conservation biologist uses DNA to tie illegal ivory sales to poaching cartels: It’s estimated that poachers kill 40,000 of the world’s 400,000 remaining African elephants every year to get at their ivory. Beginning early in his career years ago, Sam Wasser collected elephant poop all over the continent to come up with a DNA map. With this genetic information, he could examine a load of ivory confiscated by the authorities in, say, Singapore and identify the general area where it came originated. Over time, with a couple of epiphanies along the way, it was discovered that most of the ivory came from just two areas of Africa. Like street-corner drug dealers, the poachers who do the actual killing and mutilation of elephants are mostly just surviving, not getting rich off the slaughter. And the kingpins seem untouchable. But Wasser’s DNA map could bring down one of them, the head of the Mombasa, Kenya, ivory cartel, Feisal Mohamed Ali.  MIDDAY TWEET xYikes. How about we not do that. https://t.co/tlhvCmYcJl— Robert Cruickshank (@cruickshank) September 20, 2018 • Ronan Farrow replaces Les Moonves on the Hollywood Reporter’s Top 100 list. Moonves was ousted from his job as CBS CEO after Farrow revealed the former CBS chief’s sexual predation. As a consequence of revelations about them, Amazon entertainment chief Roy Price, former Pixar chief executive John Lasseter and director Brett Ratner, who were on the Top 100 list in 2017, didn’t make this  year’s roster. • Arthur Mitchell, the self-described »Jackie Robinson of ballet,« has died at 84: Mitchell said: »The myth was that because you were black that you could not do classical dance. I proved that to be wrong.« After Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968, he and his mentor and instructor Karel Shook decided to create a space for the children of Harlem to study dance. In 1969, the Dance Theater of Harlem was launched as the nation's major black classical company. • Do stoned lobsters mind being cooked alive? Cage-free eggs. Free-range chickens. Grass-fed cows. Meat eaters who want to assuage their fears over the ethical and environmental effects of their dietary habits seem to have more options than ever when it comes to cruelty-free carnivorism. And now the owner of a lobster pound in Maine is giving customers the chance to chow down on lobsters that have been sedated with marijuana before being cooked. Charlotte Gill, the owner of Charlotte’s Legendary Lobster Pound in Southwest Harbor, Maine, is getting lobsters high before boiling them alive, according to a report by the Mount Desert Islander. On today’s Kagro in the Morning show, Kavanaugh still tops the news. Greg Dworkin rounds up the latest on that front and more. New angles also include a review of the stolen documents story, and that »certain look" his clerks should have. Trump still doesn’t know how elections work. x Embedded Content RadioPublic|LibSyn|YouTube|Patreon|Square Cash (Share code: Send $5, get $5!) LINK TO DAILY KOS STORE

Ford offers to speak to Judiciary Committee next week under 'terms that are fair, ensure her safety'

Campaign Action Lawyers for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has gone public with her allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh attacked her when they were in high school, have contacted the Judiciary Committee to say she is willing to a
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Ford offers to speak to Judiciary Committee next week under 'terms that are fair, ensure her safety'

Campaign Action Lawyers for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has gone public with her allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh attacked her when they were in high school, have contacted the Judiciary Committee to say she is willing to appear, but not Monday as they are demanding and with terms they must satisfy for fairness and safety. The timetable the committee has demanded «is not possible and the Committee’s insistence that it occur then is arbitrary in any event,» they write in the email obtained by The New York Times. The email reiterates that it is Ford's «strong preference» that «a full investigation» be conducted before she testifies, but does not require that. The lawyers stress that she «would be prepared to testify next week» as long as she is offered «terms that are fair and which ensure her safety.» That would preclude the proposal from Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), enthusiastically embraced and probably orchestrated by Republican leadership, that the hearing be conducted as a trial with Chairman Grassley as judge and Kavanaugh's counsel prosecuting Ford. Politico reports that Ford has hired Ricki Seidman, a senior principal at TSD Communications, who served as Joe Biden's communications director during the 2008 campaign. She also assisted the Obama White House in managing the nomination of Justice Sonia Sotomayor. «I believe her and I think she's very courageous for coming this far,» Seidman told Politico.

Have the FBI investigate Kavanaugh allegations, law enforcement Democrats urge Trump

A group of Democratic senators who have all served as prosecutors or state attorneys general has written a letter to Donald Trump calling on him to have the FBI investigate sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, Kasie Hunt reports. “We have see
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Have the FBI investigate Kavanaugh allegations, law enforcement Democrats urge Trump

A group of Democratic senators who have all served as prosecutors or state attorneys general has written a letter to Donald Trump calling on him to have the FBI investigate sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, Kasie Hunt reports. “We have seen firsthand the critical and unquestioned role of law enforcement professionals in gathering the information that is necessary to evaluate serious allegations like the ones raised by Dr. Blasey Ford,” the senators write. In this instance, the need for this type of follow-up is all the more important in light of the fact that two of the people who may have relevant information have already sent letters stating their refusal to appear before the Judiciary Committee. Declining to have the FBI take action under these circumstances also abandons the precedent that President George. H.W. Bush set when he asked the FBI to investigate after Anita Hill raised allegations against Judge Clarence Thomas in 1991. That decision was praised by Republican senators including Senator Hatch, who called it the “right thing to do,” and the FBI finished its work in three days. The letter is signed by Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Kamala Harris (D-CA), Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), Doug Jones (D-AL), Tom Udall (D-NM), and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV). But, as a former White House associate counsel said, “The only reason you don’t ask is if you don’t want the answer,” and Republicans definitely don’t want the answer. Let’s take back the Senate. Can you chip in $1 to Nevada’s Jacky Rosen and Texas’ Beto O’Rourke?

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Amazon introduces APL, a new design language for building Alexa skills for devices with screens

Along with the launch of the all-new Echo Show, the Alexa-powered device with a screen, Amazon also introduced a new design language for developers who want to build voice skills that include multimedia experiences. Called Alexa Presentation Language, or APL
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Amazon introduces APL, a new design language for building Alexa skills for devices with screens

Along with the launch of the all-new Echo Show, the Alexa-powered device with a screen, Amazon also introduced a new design language for developers who want to build voice skills that include multimedia experiences. Called Alexa Presentation Language, or APL, developers will be able to build voice-based apps that also include things like images, graphics, […]

Astrophysicists measure precise rotation pattern of sun-like stars for the first time

Scientists have measured the differential rotation on Sun-like stars for the first time, and their findings challenge current science on how stars rotate.
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Astrophysicists measure precise rotation pattern of sun-like stars for the first time

Scientists have measured the differential rotation on Sun-like stars for the first time, and their findings challenge current science on how stars rotate.

Amazon’s new Echo Dot, up close and hands-on

If the Echo Show was the Amazon device most desperately in need of a makeover (please and thank you), the Dot was certainly a close second. After all, while the cheapest (and best selling) Echo device has already been through a couple of iterations, the hardw
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Amazon’s new Echo Dot, up close and hands-on

If the Echo Show was the Amazon device most desperately in need of a makeover (please and thank you), the Dot was certainly a close second. After all, while the cheapest (and best selling) Echo device has already been through a couple of iterations, the hardware wasn’t exactly the sort of thing you’d proudly display […]

The long list of new Alexa devices Amazon announced at its hardware event

Everyone’s favorite trillion-dollar retailer hosted a private event today where they continued to exercise their highly-strategic approach to hardware where they just throw everything at the wall and wait to see what sticks. We got some new Amazon Echo
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The long list of new Alexa devices Amazon announced at its hardware event

Everyone’s favorite trillion-dollar retailer hosted a private event today where they continued to exercise their highly-strategic approach to hardware where they just throw everything at the wall and wait to see what sticks. We got some new Amazon Echo devices, sure, but there was also an amp, a camera, a clock and a microwave…? There’s […]

Google’s fingerprints were all over today’s Amazon event

Hidden amongst the 70 or so announcements Amazon made at today’s big Alexa event was one key hidden presence. Google’s offerings loomed large over much of the news flowing out from the big event. It’s easy to understand why, of course. Assistant and Hom
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Google’s fingerprints were all over today’s Amazon event

Hidden amongst the 70 or so announcements Amazon made at today’s big Alexa event was one key hidden presence. Google’s offerings loomed large over much of the news flowing out from the big event. It’s easy to understand why, of course. Assistant and Home have steadily been making up ground on Amazon over the last […]

As tasks wane, skills rise

The way we work is changing. People possess the innate ability to innovate and evolve in the jobs that they do, and new technologies -- from the wheel to steam power and artificial intelligence -- have drastically improved and impacted work throughout history
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As tasks wane, skills rise

The way we work is changing. People possess the innate ability to innovate and evolve in the jobs that they do, and new technologies -- from the wheel to steam power and artificial intelligence -- have drastically improved and impacted work throughout history.

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Emilia van Lynden of Unseen Amsterdam Photography Fair on her Adopted City

Unseen Amsterdam spotlights what’s new in the globalized world of photography — be it a Greek photography collective in the CO-OP sector, an Iranian gallery at the fair, or a Polish publisher in the Book Market area. Heading into its seventh edition (Sept
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Emilia van Lynden of Unseen Amsterdam Photography Fair on her Adopted City

Unseen Amsterdam spotlights what’s new in the globalized world of photography — be it a Greek photography collective in the CO-OP sector, an Iranian gallery at the fair, or a Polish publisher in the Book Market area. Heading into its seventh edition (September 21-23), the fair returns to Westergasfabriek, a former gas-works factory turned creative complex, with a spectrum of Contemporary photographers, independent publishers, panel discussions about the medium’s evolution, and outdoor installations. Unseen’s artistic director, Emilia van Lynden, dispensed advice on where to go in the city. Notably: skirt the pitfalls of gentrification, enjoy the pleasures of a classic “brown cafe.”How long have you been living in Amsterdam?Seven years.What are your “can’t leave without seeing this” recommendations for the city?Amsterdam’s neoclassicism is one of its highlights; it’s full of phenomenal, intricate architectural details. I happen to have studied neoclassicism! I recently bought an architectural map of Amsterdam and went walking through the center to see the highlighted buildings’ ornamentation. People miss these details, because when you’re biking everywhere you have to focus on the road.Also the Royal Palace, built by Jacob van Campen, is phenomenal and right in the center. It’s vast, but people never go inside … Even locals don’t realize you can go inside.What is the most overrated thing people advise visitors to check out when they are in town?The neighborhood called De Pijp… it’s very typical, but so overly gentrified it has lost its atmosphere. I try never to go there. It’s still quite hip, and everyone flocks there for brunches, but it doesn’t reflect the diversity of Amsterdam.Where would you head for the best shopping?I recommend the Oud-West quarter, which is where I live. But a specific boutique I love is Athenaeum Boekhandel, a magazine/book shop. You can spend your whole weekend in there: they have limited edition magazines, books about fashion, fine arts, photography, lifestyle. They’ve got every great publication you would want!What’s an authentic item you could only buy locally?Really good eel, gerookte paling, which is just delicious and comes from the North Sea.And the truffle cheese — also fantastic.Where would you recommend people stay when they visit?Sir Adam Hotel, just across the water from Centraal station. It’s in the A’dam Toren, which was recently built. It’s got a phenomenal panoramic view — for Amsterdam it’s quite tall, at 22 floors. There aren’t any skyscrapers or tall buildings in the city. Otherwise, the Conscious Hotel has just opened in Westerpark near Unseen; that’s really nice.What are the best venues to check out exhibitions or collections in the city?The Royal Palace of Amsterdam, which I mentioned, is also a museum; they showcase architecture from the time of Napoleon. The Museum Van Loon is a 17th-century rich merchant house; they have the Great Masters, but also continued to collect through the centuries. They integrate Contemporary art in quite a traditional setting. They have a wonderful garden and a very typical coach house, where they also host artists in residency.If you walk around Jordaan, it’s the neighborhood where most of the Contemporary art galleries are; they’re almost all on Halsstraat. Foam is fantastic for viewing young practitioners of photography, which is close to Unseen’s mission. Huis Marseille is on same canal; they have a great show on now of portrait photographer Koos Breukel. Of course, the Rijksmuseum museum, which also has a beautiful library.What are the ideal spots to see live music?Paradiso. It’s an old church transformed into a club. They highlight a lot of the arts, performances as well as exhibitions.Do you have a favorite author who writes about Amsterdam in an especially evocative way?Russell Shorto’s “Amsterdam: A History of the World’s Most Liberal City.” It covers lots of different periods and gives you a really good idea of the city.What are your favorite spots to relax in after spending the day at the fair?Near Unseen, I like Cafe Restaurant Amsterdam. It’s not the most original name, but it has great bistro food—seafood, steak tartar—and great service.Further into town, I love Cafe de Wetering; it’s what we call a “brown cafe.” They only take cash, they serve beer or house wine, Dutch cheese and sausage. It’s tiny and super local; there’s a fireplace people sit around in the winter and play boardgames. It’s very cozy.What are you most looking forward to about this latest edition of Unseen?We’re showing over 300 artists, and there are fantastic exhibitions like Futures, a platform that features artists across Europe, from Romania to Spain to Ireland. We’re excited to see and meet the people we’ve engaged with in a digital way. Unseen is a very personal event: it shows the human being behind a body of work. It is special, relative to art events, because it is driven by this: the artists are present.And the Wersterpark, where Unseen is situated, is a really nice area: for families, or for anyone really. It houses our event, but they also put on art shows to fashion shows, food and music festivals. 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The 11 Best Fictional Head Trips

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The 11 Best Fictional Head Trips

Netflix’s new drama Maniac revolves around two people who sign up for a three-day pharmaceutical trial in order to wash their brains clean of issues, only to be taken on a wild journey […] The post The 11 Best Fictional Head Trips appeared first on Geek.com.

GEEK PICK: Pac-Man Ghosts Lounge Pants

I have a conflicted relationship with video game clothing. If the design is abstract enough, the video game reference so stealth, that it can pass as just a regular piece of clothing then […] The post GEEK PICK: Pac-Man Ghosts Lounge Pants appeared firs
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GEEK PICK: Pac-Man Ghosts Lounge Pants

I have a conflicted relationship with video game clothing. If the design is abstract enough, the video game reference so stealth, that it can pass as just a regular piece of clothing then […] The post GEEK PICK: Pac-Man Ghosts Lounge Pants appeared first on Geek.com.

The Latest: Long-dormant geyser erupts at Yellowstone

HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The Latest on new thermal activity in Yellowstone National Park (all times local): 1 p.m. A Yellowstone National Park official says a geyser near Old Faithful is erupting for the first time in 14 years. Park spokesman Neal Herbert said Th
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The Latest: Long-dormant geyser erupts at Yellowstone

HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The Latest on new thermal activity in Yellowstone National Park (all times local): 1 p.m. A Yellowstone National Park official says a geyser near Old Faithful is erupting for the first time in 14 years. Park spokesman Neal Herbert said Thursday that Ear Spring erupted recently ...

Ready for Preorder: New Amazon Echo Alexa Devices to Create the Ultimate Smart Home

After speculations and leaks on their own websites, Amazon revealed a slate of new hardware at a surprise Echo Alexa event. As the name implies, the devices are all apart of the Alexa […] The post Ready for Preorder: New Amazon Echo Alexa Devices to Cre
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Ready for Preorder: New Amazon Echo Alexa Devices to Create the Ultimate Smart Home

After speculations and leaks on their own websites, Amazon revealed a slate of new hardware at a surprise Echo Alexa event. As the name implies, the devices are all apart of the Alexa […] The post Ready for Preorder: New Amazon Echo Alexa Devices to Create the Ultimate Smart Home appeared first on Geek.com.

Geek Daily Deals: Last Easy Chance to Preorder a Playstation Classic, Get $100 Off GoPro Hero 7 by Trading in a Broken Camera, 5 Pound Bag of Haribo Peach Gummies and More

  Sony PlayStation Classic is Now Preorderable Only one day after launch, and half the vendors we initially found have sold out of the Sony PlayStation Classic. Only Walmart and Gamestop have stock […] The post Geek Daily Deals: Last Easy Chance t
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Geek Daily Deals: Last Easy Chance to Preorder a Playstation Classic, Get $100 Off GoPro Hero 7 by Trading in a Broken Camera, 5 Pound Bag of Haribo Peach Gummies and More

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Chiefs' investment in O-line is paying off in protection of Patrick Mahomes

The Chiefs' offensive linemen aren't as recognizable around Kansas City, even though they're a big reason Patrick Mahomes has had so much success.
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Chiefs' investment in O-line is paying off in protection of Patrick Mahomes

The Chiefs' offensive linemen aren't as recognizable around Kansas City, even though they're a big reason Patrick Mahomes has had so much success.

DeAngelo Hall on Eric Dickerson's Hall of Fame Protest: 'Right message, wrong messenger'

DeAngelo Hall joins Jason Whitlock, Marcellus Wiley, and Greg Jennings discuss Eric Dickerson's Hall of Fame protest.
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DeAngelo Hall on Eric Dickerson's Hall of Fame Protest: 'Right message, wrong messenger'

DeAngelo Hall joins Jason Whitlock, Marcellus Wiley, and Greg Jennings discuss Eric Dickerson's Hall of Fame protest.

Patriots' Rob Gronkowski suffering through ankle injury

With his New England Patriots set to take on the Detroit Lions Sunday night, star tight end Rob Gronkowski is dealing with another injury.According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, Gronkowski was listed on the Patriots’ practice report Thursday as limited wit
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Patriots' Rob Gronkowski suffering through ankle injury

With his New England Patriots set to take on the Detroit Lions Sunday night, star tight end Rob Gronkowski is dealing with another injury.According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, Gronkowski was listed on the Patriots’ practice report Thursday as limited with an ankle injury. Normally, this wouldn’t be considered a big deal. That’s until we realize Gronkowski’s injury history. He’s missed at least one game to injury each of the past six seasons, including 10 of the Patriots’ past 34 regular season games.Gronkowski, 29, has posted nine catches for 138 yards and a score in two games this season. He’s the team’s leading receiver.With Julian Edelman suspended and Josh Gordon questionable to go Sunday after being acquired earlier in the week, Tom Brady will surely need Gronk near 100 percent in Week 3. 

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