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Here is a new interview with Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe from The Wall Street Journal From The Wall Street Jounral:  One of the biggest surprises in last week’s Season 2 premiere of “Outlander”…

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Nokia Patents Vibrating Tattoos

Nokia is proposing “a material attachable to skin, the material capable of detecting a magnetic field and transferring a perceivable stimulus to the skin, wherein the perceivable stimulus relates to the magnetic field.” Or to put it another way, a vibrating tattoo. That magnetic field would interact with the tattoo, causing it to vibrate in a certain way. (March 2012)

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Firms Resist New Pay-Equity Rules

Read this article in the WSJ, and then tell me that the top 1% shouldn't be paying more. When the CEO's, who are making their 10's of MILLIONS off the backs of rank and file employees who struggle to support themselves, close THIS gap and provide a MINIMUM LIVING wage to their employees, Jon, THEN we can have a conversation! Until then...the 1% should be forced by the government to support their employees...as it appears that they are unwilling to do so as a matter of principle

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Marella Agnelli's Moroccan Bedroom, Pretty in Pale Pink

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Alternatives to Peanut Butter Are Taking Over Lunch

Alternatives to Peanut Butter Are Taking Over Lunch | Cashew and almond butters, hazelnut and cookie spreads all have plenty of protein and, in some cases, sugar | Pictured: Spreads, clockwise from top left: Jif Cookies ‘n Cream Hazelnut, MaraNatha Dark Chocolate Almond, Barney...

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