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    Minnesota Is the First State to Ban Antibacterial Soap With Triclosan

    Did some research on Triclosan, and there is a chance that this could be an overblown alarmist reaction to this particular chemical that is used. Triclosan is used commonly as an anti-bacterial agent, and is used in several applications such as: toothpaste,deodorants, mouthwashes, and is...
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    Nintendo Suddenly Claims Ownership Of Many YouTube Videos

    Allow me to explain the situation as I see it. The people making these let's play videos are using content that Nintendo worked hard on, and paid for themselves. For a Let's Player to be benefiting from the hard work of other people, and not to mention the possibility of revenue being lost in...
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    League of Legends Topples World of Warcraft as Most Played PC Game

    "These statistics apply only to North American and European Xfire members" I sense a severe derp in the force. All this tells me is that more LoL users use Xfire than any of those other users of any other game. I personally think the title is dreadfully pretentious. Even when I look at the so...
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    Gay Oreo Inspires Internet Outrage

    I don't particularly care for the bile and vitriol that come with heated debates. What I do care about is an organization pushing an agenda. In the same way that I care when my government wants to mandate social reform. I agree with the message, but I disagree with it's implementation. Companies...
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    The Escapist Nicest Member Awards Voting Thread! (Winner announced, link in this thread)

    Nevermind I understand what happened now. Please forgive the confusion. However better wording would have helped.
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    The Escapist Nicest Member Awards Voting Thread! (Winner announced, link in this thread)

    I have other reasons why I do not want to be on the list. All I ask is that you remove me from it. Please respect that. Thanks.
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    The Escapist Nicest Member Awards Voting Thread! (Winner announced, link in this thread)

    It's best if you remove me from the list. I likely won't be nominated anyway. Congrats to whoever wins though ^~^.
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    Steam Losing Connection every so often.

    Greetings and thanks for the response. My internet is quite stable, it is in the city and I only have problems with Steam, and no other program. I haven't reinstalled it yet, because I figured it was a steam connection issue, but I guess I could give it a try. Also I have Windows Firewall...
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    Steam Losing Connection every so often.

    Dear Readers, I need some advice on this. My steam just loves to lose connection on me, and it's really starting to get on my nerves. It restores itself after a few seconds, but it's enough to disrupt my activities. I mean I can't believe how often it does this, at least twice...three times a...
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    Poll: Strange light in the sky.

    I like the idea about the Iridium flash best. It definitely does look like the work of a satellite, at least in my thoughts ^~^.
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    Sesame street's Bert and Ernie not getting married!

    Actually no I don't think I have. That being said, puppets are inanimate objects. Possessing neither the will nor the "mechanics" involved in such orientation. Now...people can always ascribe orientation to puppets, but puppets themselves cannot experience these things. In this way I think it's...
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    Sesame street's Bert and Ernie not getting married!

    I disagree with your statement. Please, I would like for you to provide some evidence as to your statement. ^~^
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    Sesame street's Bert and Ernie not getting married!

    I didn't know that puppets could have a sexual orientation?
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    Meet Overlord Butterscotch, The Fire-Breathing Pony

    Huzzah ^~^! Now this is what I am talking about >~<! I wonder if season 2 of MLP will have this ^~^!
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    Missing Probe Found on the Moon

    "Missing Probe Found on the Moon" + "The distinctive "butterfly"-shape of the crater itself, which is indicative of a low-angle of impact, and fact the crater is exactly where NASA predicted the probe would come down certainly adds some credence to that belief." Umm....what? I'm not...