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Friend Google Plus Landing Page

Envy! I don’t have one and 2 of my close friends do! So enticing!

Ineteresting.. wonder what the difference in the links signifies, there is an extra u in one.

After looking at the different links, I see no difference.

Hovering around Google+ is maddening… let me in already!


Finally got myslef a Google+ account. Looks like I can send out invites. Drop me a line at halo way 13 AT gmail if you want an invite.


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Oleg says: (and I agree)

Excessive desire to acquire or possess more than what one needs or deserves.
Need is subjective, deserves is synonymous to earn.
Desire to keep what you earn is not greed, just excessive desire. Scrooge like greed.

Collectivist greed and selfishness: (read unions and redistributive social models)
Desire to get what you haven’t earned.
Teaching our young entitlement is wrong.
Social justice fails because of human nature, it is not perfectable.

My idea:
Q: So how do you make it work? (at least a start)
A: Volunteered charity to the needy.
A: Choice in education by the use of Vouchers.

Freedom instead of constraints.

Must listen to hour from the “Mike Rosen” show from 850KOA in Denver.  Guest: Oleg Atbasian, author of, “Shakedown Socialism.”

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Are you a double-spacer after a period? *gasp*

Modern computer fonts automatically adjust space after termination punctuation marks and is different between words. Yet teachers typically, teach the way they learned (when typewritters had only one option for a space) with antiquainted technology. Be a friend to the teachers of the world. Make your kids rebel and teach the teachers!

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Thin film vs glass/silicon photovoltaic

Learning a little about the difference between silicon/glass  vs polymer based photovoltaic systems.

Even though slightly less efficient (for now), because of the flexibility and durability there are more applications possible so therefore more of a market for them.

Ascent Solar in Colorado has opened a thin polymer production plant in July of 2010.

Hope they outdo the efficiency of glass/silicon soon.  The field has needed increased competition and different ideas.