Various big bag o' fck!

In an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Rep. Peter King (R-NY) suggested that if there was any collusion done in the 2016 presidential election, it was the FBI, the Hillary Clinton campaign and Russia. “If there’s any collusion issue here,

I looked at a random white paper sample: “Age-related Hearing Loss and its Association with Reactive Oxygen Species and Mitochondrial DNA damage*” and I couldn’t find anything in it where a ViSalus product was tested in any way. As best I can tell there’s no product between this white paper and any ViSalus product. I clicked on a couple more and glanced through them and didn’t see any connection either. If there are any white papers on the list that are related to any ViSalus products, I hope someone will use the comments to point out the connection to me. More importantly, I hope someone writes ViSalus and tells them to clearly explain the significance of these papers to the products.

BroadbandNow’s data also doesn’t say anything about mobile providers, for whom data caps and other tricks to limit customer utilization of bandwidth are basically a fixture of the landscape; Verizon Wireless, for example, has begun openly throttling mobile video.

We’ll definitely have a more exhaustive update on the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and Windows Mixed Reality closer to the October 17th release date, so stay tuned.

“The Datacron also includes a full set of level 70 gear…” Notice how they didn’t mention the item level of the gear… coincidence? Do you think they have the balls to make it so you automatically get 246 or 248 gear with this “datacron”?

Judging by the acceptance of all the, ‘get your flu shots’ signs I see all around town, I doubt brain-dead parents would even give a second thought to such a message. …So sad.

In fact, I’m such a fan of this method that by my 4th—and final—miscarriage—I scheduled it right away so I could make sure not to lose my chance to test the products.