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#Anonymous #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd #JusticeForFloyd En protesta por el asesinato de #GeorgeFloy se dejo fuera de servicio la pagina oficial de la Ciudad de Mineapolis y de la Policia. | Tango Down / #JUSTICE We Are Anonymous Expect us..

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#ThereIsNoSpoon 🙃

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Ask Dr. Gourmet Do peach pits really contain #Cyanide? 🍑 #Peaches

https://youtu.be/HNRwDrNAGLo

Technically speaking, peach pits do contain cyanide.
According to the National Institute of Health Website:

“The edible portions of dietary plant species commonly used in the United States contain relatively low levels of cyanogen glycosides, although some pits and seeds of common fruits, apple, apricot, peach, contain significantly higher concentrations.”

One hundred grams of moist peach seed contains 88 mg of cyanide. That’s a fair amount and if you ate 100 grams of peach seed it could be dangerous. The actual pit from a peach just eaten by my wife weighs only 10 grams, however. So even if you ate the whole pit (yuck) you’d only get about 9 milligrams of cyanide in the form of amygdalin and overall this is much less poisonous.
Amygdalin is the ingredient in laetrile which has been touted as an anti-cancer drug. As much as 500 mg three times a day has been administered without problem (or success, for that matter, as laetrile has pretty much been shown to be worthless).
So, since you would not ordinarily eat the pit or seed, even if the pit has become separated within the peach, your peaches are safe to eat.
Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP, CCMS
Dr. Gourmet

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#FreeAssange #Live Vigil with #IndependentJournalist @LizActivate “#LizMueller” #RT #CloversForAssange 🗽🍀 #Unity4J #Journalism #Journalist #SocialJournalism #Activism #Hacktivists 🌐

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I’m not anti #Amazon, & I’m not mad at @Luludotcom, but I just want people to know the #Truth that if you buy my #Book on @Amazon rn I don’t get paid. 😔 So, please don’t buy #MyBook on Amazon, bc I don’t get a dime from it. @AmazonKDP @AmazonPub #Publishing Buy it from #MagCloud instead!.. And it’s cheaper!!

I’ve had known sales that have been received by the purchaser since February, and I have not gotten paid. Those are just sales I know about because my friend was the buyer, had she not sent me the screenshot I would have no idea a book was bought.

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I have to be #Alone very often. I’d be quite #Happy if I spent from #SaturdayNight until #Monday morning alone in my #Apartment. That’s how I #Refuel.” (Audrey Hepburn: Many-Sided Charmer, LIFE Magazine, December 7, 1953)

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List of the 37 #Senators Twitter Accounts who voted against an amendment that would have stopped the FBI from being able to seize your #Internet search and browsing history. 🕷

https://www.instagram.com/p/CAPPRCxAiaZ/?igshid=1shhcpe2pnmxh

All in all, 27 Republicans and 10 Democrats voted against the amendment and 4 senators were no-shows. One of the senators that didn’t vote is under self quarantine due to a staff member testing positive for COVID-19. But where were the other 3 senators? Here’s who voted against the Wyden-Daines Amendment to the USA Freedom Reauthorization Act of 2020 that would have blocked McConnell’s plan to let FBI collect web browsing history without a warrant:

@SenJohnBarrasso (R-WY)

@MarshaBlackburn (R-TN)

@RoyBlunt (R-MO)

@JohnBoozman (R-AR)

@BurrForSenate (R-NC)

@SenCapito (R-WV)

@SenatorCollins (R-ME)

@JohnCornyn (R-TX)

@SenTomCotton (R-AR)

@SenatorFischer (R-NE)

@LindseyGrahamSC (R-SC)

@cindyhydesmith (R-MS)

@JimInhofe (R-OK)

@SenRonJohnson (R-WI)

@SenatorLankford (R-OK)

@senatemajldr (R-KY)

@sendavidperdue (R-GA)

@senrobportman (R-OH)

@SenPatRoberts (R-KS)

@MittRomney (R-UT)

@marcorubio (R-FL)

@SenShelby (R-AL)

@SenJohnThune (R-SD)

@SenThomTillis (R-NC)

@SenToomey (R-PA)

@SenatorWicker (R-MS)

@SenToddYoung (R-IN)

@TomCarperforDE (D-DE)

@SenBobCasey (D-PA)

@SenFeinstein (D-CA)

@SenatorHassan (D-NH)

@SenDougJones (D-AL)

@timkaine (D-VA)

@Sen_JoeManchin (D-WV)

@SenatorShaheen (D-NH)

@MarkWarner (D-VA)

@SenWhitehouse (D-RI)

Contact your elected officials and tell them not to vote for the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act of 2020

While this amendment has failed, the bill it was a part of still hasn’t passed. There’s still time to contact your elected officials and tell them not to vote for the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act of 2020 in its current form with Mitch McConnell’s privacy violating amendment in tow. The FBI and DOJ should not have access to the search and internet history of American citizens without a warrant, but that’s exactly what Congress is set to pass unless Americans step up and make their voices heard.

https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/?p=12969