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Stephen Mack

Stephen Mack

I'm a resident of Silicon Valley, father of two young children, an employee of TiVo (over 15 years now), and I care about things.
Leaving one wall so it's a 'remodel', not a 'rebuild'. - Ken Gidley
Ken, seems that way. They also have not touched the door yet. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Tata Nano -- the "one lakh car" [Wiki] - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...
Tata Nano -- the "one lakh car" [Wiki]
From the article: "The Tata Nano is a city car manufactured by Tata Motors. Made and sold in India, the Nano is the cheapest new car in the world today with a price of INR100,000 (US$1,700). Designed to lure India's burgeoning middle classes away from two-wheelers, it received much publicity." - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
Fascinating engineering design. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I wonder if a $1,700 car could be viable in the US. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I can see it being useful for commuting. - Stephan #TeamMarina from iPhone
I'm guessing it'd be about twice as expensive here (just given relative costs,) but I would've killed for that when I was in DC. I didn't really need a 'road trip' sort of car, just something to go to the grocery store or the train. Heck, even now, it might work for me here. - Jennifer Dittrich
1000 Forms of Fear by Sia (new album released July 8): $3.99 on Amazon in MP3 format - http://www.amazon.com/1000-Fo...
1000 Forms of Fear by Sia (new album released July 8): $3.99 on Amazon in MP3 format
It's $7.99 on iTunes and on Google Play. Funny that Apple sent me a promo e-mail saying it was on sale on iTunes, but I'm glad I checked Amazon first to save $4. - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
Anyone given this a listen yet? - Stephen Mack
Oh, I forgot to answer your question! I did like it. It was the first I've really listened to her. - holly #ravingfangirl from iPhone
My Spotify ended up on it yesterday, I think I clicked through on one song. Really good. I've always loved her voice. Titanium and Wild Ones are two songs I absolutely love. - NOT THE CRICKET
I like her past stuff thanks for the tip on this one. - Steve C Team Marina
Listing now on GPMAA (Google Play Music All Access) - Steve and 4 other people
This was good but not great IMHO. I found myself wishing that this was either "more R&B" or "more white girl pop" but it straddles that line. Reminded me a bit of Janelle Monae... - Steve and 4 other people
Meadowlark Country House (5/5) - http://www.yelp.com/biz...
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"This is an AMAZING bed and breakfast. The location, facilities, rooms and owners are wonderful. I really and truly love visiting here." - Stephen Mack
World Cup player introductions: A deep analysis of how soccer players fold their arms [Slate] - http://www.slate.com/blogs...
World Cup player introductions: A deep analysis of how soccer players fold their arms [Slate]
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OMG! This article is amazing. (h/t to Sam Grover, http://friendfeed.com/samgrov...) - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
I wish the animated gifs came over to FF properly. - Stephen Mack
This is super funny. =) - Yvonne Renee from FFHound!
I love Assou-Ekotto! :) - Eivind
Read this again. LOL! - Yvonne Renee
Bat bomb [Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia] - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...
Bat bomb [Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia]
Bat bomb [Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia]
From the Wikipedia article: "Bat bombs were an experimental World War II weapon developed by the United States. The bomb consisted of a bomb-shaped casing with numerous compartments, each containing a Mexican Free-tailed Bat with a small timed incendiary bomb attached. Dropped from a bomber at dawn, the casings would deploy a parachute in mid-flight and open to release the bats which would then roost in eaves and attics. The incendiaries would start fires in inaccessible places in the largely wood and paper construction of the Japanese cities that were the weapon's intended target." - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
Regarding the canister pictured, the caption reads in part: "Ideally, the canister would be dropped from high altitude over the target area, and as the bomb fell (slowed by a parachute), the bats would warm up and awaken. At 1,000 ft. altitude, the bomb would open and over a thousand bats, each carrying a tiny time-delayed napalm incendiary device, would fly in a 20–40 mile radius and... more... - Stephen Mack
Stranger than fiction. - Big Joe Silence
Don't ask, don't tell. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Don't ask about the bat. - Louis Gray
Mr. Watermelon
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what type of hat is he wearing to keep cool? - Sir Shuping is just sir
My son's Lego Batman cap. :) He begged me to post this after posing it. I think he's feeling emotionally bonded after carrying the watermelon back to the car from the market. Will be a shame to eat this guy. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Who was it that did funny photos of fruit and veggies with googly eyes on them...Amy Sedaris? In any event, maybe he will enjoy this site: http://www.allgoogly.com/tag... - Corinne L
I know this one: http://www.amazon.com/Play-Wi... Stephen maybe you should adopt the watermellon? - Sir Shuping is just sir
Block party today.
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One block over. Kids played with water balloons and some homemade carnival games. (The neighbors were pretty creative in putting them together.) The adults had beer and grilled and milled. The block party was organized by the band. They sounded pretty good. - Stephen Mack
Looks super fun. - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Just posted a 0.75 mi run - 1st official run after shin splints PT -- 1/4m jog, 1/4m run, 1/4m jog. #RunKeeper http://rnkpr.com/a6gnsv6
Just posted a 0.75 mi run - 1st official run after shin splints PT -- 1/4m jog, 1/4m run, 1/4m jog. #RunKeeper http://rnkpr.com/a6gnsv6
Yay! - Jenny H. from Android
Are you supposed to be running yet or are you going rogue? - Steve C Team Marina
Thanks, Jenny! I'm very glad to be able to (slowly) get back into running. It ended up being 5 weeks of PT for the tendinitis of the posterior tibialis, but my physical therapist put me on a schedule where I can start and end with a quarter-mile jog, and then have a run in between -- first a quarter mile run, then half mile, then mile, going only every other day, repeating each distance once (increasing by a half-mile every other run). So it works out that I'll be able to run a total of 17 miles in July. - Stephen Mack
SteVe, nossir, no rogue for me. After I first had shin pain in April, I took brief periods off running and then resumed, only to have the shins hurt more than before. So this third break I'm taking the PT seriously and following the schedule they laid out for me. - Stephen Mack
The Big Rock Candy Mountain (animated) http://www.youtube.com/watch...
The Big Rock Candy Mountain (animated) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqowmHgxVJQ
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Bump for Slacy. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Suicide By Soda: Lame study of the year. But it worked. [American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)] - http://acsh.org/2014...
Suicide By Soda: Lame study of the year. But it worked. [American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)]
From the blog post: "What is really going on here is a classic case of mixing up cause and effect. No, diet soda doesn't give you heart disease. You already have more heart disease and drink diet soda to try to cut calorie consumption. Playing basketball does not make you tall. Opening an umbrella does not make it rain. Going to sleep does not make the sun go down. Geese flying south do not cause winter." - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
Hey Louis Gray: Good debunking of some recent anti-Diet Coke and aspartame articles. - Stephen Mack
Professor no fun - Eric
I personally don't consume much aspartame currently, but I do think it's probably generally safe for people -- in that I haven't seen any credible studies showing it to cause harm. But I agree with you, anytime I'm tempted to drink something other than coffee, it's probably better for me to just drink water instead. - Stephen Mack
Professor, I'm not sure if a study involving 18 albino rats is really applicable to humans or not. - Stephen Mack
Science, you say? I think I've heard of it. - Stephen Mack
I think the relevant comparison would be to fructose and sucrose, though. #paracelsus - Victor Ganata
To reach 40 mg/kg/d of aspartame, you'd have to drink 15 cans of diet soda a day. (Assuming you only weighed 150 lbs.) So, yeah, maybe you'd have a lot of problems if you drank that much soda in a day. - Victor Ganata
I had no concerns. I wanted to tell my good friend Kevin Fox he was spreading nonsense, but I'm terrified of him. He's so intimidating. - Louis Gray
As for "going to sleep does not make the sun go down", I can assure you, for you lazies out there, the sun goes down all by itself. - Louis Gray
And I don't drink 15 cans of Diet Coke a day. I drink one at a time. - Louis Gray
جون من واقعا تو پروفسوری؟ ایول بابا، داداش یه امضا پروفسوری هم به ما بده :دی - ووووزلا
Google translate says "I showed you a professor? Evil dad, brother professor to give us a sign: D" - Stephen Mack
I'm going to increase my aspartame consumption. - Amit Patel
Amit, to how much? - Stephen Mack
The pellet with the poison's in the vessel with the pestle. Danny Kaye in "The Court Jester" (1955) http://www.youtube.com/watch...
The pellet with the poison's in the vessel with the pestle. Danny Kaye in "The Court Jester" (1955) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJ9f2rnjB84
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And the flagon with the dragon: http://www.youtube.com/watch... - Stephen Mack
Loved Danny Kaye :-) - Shannon - GlassMistress
I've only seen him in this, White Christmas, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and on The Muppet Show (heh). I feel like there must be more, but I couldn't find any others from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... that I'd seen. - Stephen Mack
I recommend "Wonder Man". That was my introduction to him and probably still my favorite. Kaye was fantastically talented but suffered from something many comedians do - they just look for a "vehicle" for him instead of writing something with a great story that would work if any good cast was in it. He's always worth watching but he doesn't get the props he deserves because of this, IMO. - Spidra Webster
I own several of his on DVD and could lend them to you if you want. - Spidra Webster
Youtube has lots of wonderful Danny Kaye stuff. - Betsy
Why 10% of the Population Hates Cilantro and the Rest Doesn't Know Any Better [Blog post from "Reason I Am Here" by Nacho Caballero] - http://reasoniamhere.com/2013...
Why 10% of the Population Hates Cilantro and the Rest Doesn't Know Any Better [Blog post from "Reason I Am Here" by Nacho Caballero]
Why 10% of the Population Hates Cilantro and the Rest Doesn't Know Any Better [Blog post from "Reason I Am Here" by Nacho Caballero]
From the September 2013 post: "Cilantro tastes like soap to approximately 10% of the people who have had their genotype analyzed by 23andMe. The currently accepted explanation is that those of us who passionately despise cilantro were born with a genetic variant known as a single-nucleotide polymorphism (or SNP, pronounced ‘snip’)." - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
I'm assuming that must be true for ginger as well, since I used to have that problem with both (though ginger far worse - it still sometimes crops up when I eat something with a really intense fresh ginger taste.) - Jennifer Dittrich
Jennifer, I wonder if there's a similar genetic variant somewhere accounting for strong feelings against avocado. - Stephen Mack
Not just a SNP, but a missense mutation ;) #YourMutantSuperpower - Victor Ganata
I figure there are just some foods I won't like (lima beans, oh dear god no) and some that I learn to like (ginger and cilantro after repeated low-level exposure) and some that I just start liking out of nowhere (beets, black coffee.) - Jennifer Dittrich
That's an interesting question. The article cops out by just saying "10% of 23andMe customers" (a non-representative sample if ever there was one). This study from Cornell (http://arxiv.org/abs/1209.2096) was looking at mostly those of European ancestry, but does have results from the subjects from other parts of the world, where it appears that in South Asia, the incidence is only 3.9% compared to 12.4% overall. - Stephen Mack
I'm Mexican and I hate cilantro. I always get mad at myself when I forget to omit it from pho. - Gabrielle from FFHound(roid)!
Gabrielle, per http://arxiv.org/pdf... you're in an elite group of 8.7% of Latinos for whom cilantro tastes like soap. - Stephen Mack
Jennifer, are you a supertaster? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... - Stephen Mack
Nope. I just really don't like lima beans. There really aren't too many foods I dislike, or find too strong, honestly. - Jennifer Dittrich
My friend used to taste soap, but now she doesn't. - Meg VMeg
Stephen, I think soap would taste better. - Gabrielle
I only like coriander. - Akiva
I find that I like coriander and cilantro equally well. Indeed, I can't tell them apart. Wonder why that is? (No, I still don't use emoticons.) - Walt Crawford
I only like organized coriander. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
I saw a similar new report on TV about broccoli. The scientists extracted some enzyme from it and had some kids taste it. Most didn't taste anything at all while one kid immediately made a face and yelled 'yuck!' It mentioned the DNA aspect but I clearly remember that little kid. :P - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Supertaster---> - Jenny H. from Android
Guess who I saw at the Los Gatos Farmers Market, working hard?
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Thanks for the delicious berries, Rod! - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Heh. Good to see you. - Rodfather from Android
Love your grins, guys! - Corinne L
so awesome!! - Tamara J. B.
DAD? - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Hah that's Trevor. - Rodfather from Android
You made Rod smile! <3 <3 <3 - Jenny H. from Android
Happy birthday to Uncle Robert from Stephen, Samuel and Sophie! Any friend of BWin is a friend of ours. #unclerobert
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Favorite new (to me) word: quadrennial
Saturn returns (on fire)
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Fireworks technology gets more amazing every year. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Happy birthday, Kevin Fox!
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In honor of your birthday, how about the whole FriendFeed team takes today off as a holiday? - Stephen Mack
We at TiVo salute everything you've done in the field of User Interface, so we're taking the entire week off in honor of your birthday! (Note: I do not speak for TiVo. Your mileage may vary. No warranty expressed or implied.) - Brian Johns
Happy birthday, Kevin! - Anne Bouey
Happy Birthday fellow FFer!!!! - Just VAL #TEAMMARINA
First Auto Service (5/5) - http://www.yelp.com/biz...
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"Prompt and courteous, great attention to detail. A lot cheaper than I expected for the repair. I recommend." - Stephen Mack
I'm trying out "Breeze," the new step-tracking iPhone app from RunKeeper. It uses the built-in motion tracking hardware of the iPhone 5S. Gets decent results. However, the notifications are ridiculous and patronizing. If it can't talk to me like I'm an adult, I have no respect for it.
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Fancy that. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I would have to punch my phone if I saw that. I don't remember if it was Endomodo or Runkeeper who had the "encouragement coach" while you're running, but it was like pure sarcasm, "Oh. Another half mile. Good. For. You." - Anika
Ugh: I hate apps that do that. MailChimp is another one. I'd like to know where in the world that type of condescending tone is considered familiar. - Mark Trapp
Anika: They turned Clippy into a running coach??? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Mac users: A friend wants a recommendation for a password manager. Preferably one that's cheap or free, syncs with iOS, and easy to use. Any reliable recommendations?
I use 1Password4 but it is neither cheap nor free. It is however reliable, syncs with iOS (using the app), and is easy to use. - Soup in a TARDIS
The de-facto standard is 1Password, but it's not cheap or free: $40 on the mac and $20 on iOS (they sync together). There's Wallet, but the guy who made it was acquihired by Facebook and it's always a question whether it'll just stop working one day and he won't update it (though he's updated it after his acquihire from Facebook, albeit with several months of lag, in the past). That's... more... - Mark Trapp
LastPass is recommended by Steve Gibson. - Todd Hoff
Awesome, thanks Soup, Mark and Todd. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
She's installed Dashlane, how does that rank? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I also use 1Password and have heard good things about LastPass as well. Haven't read anything about Dashlane though. - rönin from iPhone
I also use 1Password. It occasionally goes on sale so if you make an alert on DealMac you'll know when that happens. - Spidra Webster
Definitely 1Password. Dashlane's also good and I might use that if I haven't been a 1Password user for many, many years. - Akiva
1Password here. - Anne Bouey
1Password - don't think twice. Especially iOS. - David Lounsbury from iPhone
I use the built-in Mac Keychain, which works with Safari, Chrome, and (with an extension) Firefox. Also syncs to iOS but I haven't tried that feature. - Amit Patel
Via http://www.changethemascot.org/ -- commercial that aired during the NBA finals in some regions. - Stephen Mack
New Study Finds 67% Of Native Americans Find R[...] Name Offensive - http://www.buzzfeed.com/lindsey...
New Study Finds 67% Of Native Americans Find R[...] Name Offensive
From the BuzzFeed Sports (eww) June 4 post: "A recent study by the California State University, San Bernadino reports 67% of Native Americans find the Washington R[...] name and imagery racist." - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
Study details are here: http://cips.csusb.edu/docs... -- seems like a small sample, and I'm not sure if only collecting survey results at pow-wows is the right approach. But the methodology requiring documentation of affiliation is clearly better than the approach used in the 2004 survey which accepted anyone's self-identification. - Stephen Mack
Shocking ‘Game Of Thrones’ Finale Concludes With Arrest Of 5 Million Viewers For Piracy [The Onion] - http://www.theonion.com/article...
Shocking ‘Game Of Thrones’ Finale Concludes With Arrest Of 5 Million Viewers For Piracy [The Onion]
From the article: "NEW YORK—Following a critically acclaimed 10-episode run, the HBO series Game Of Thrones capped off its fourth season Sunday night with a shocking finale that concluded with 5 million viewers being taken into police custody for pirating the show online. 'Wow, you expect some major shakeups in the final episode of the season, but that part right at the end when the FBI kicked in my door and told me to get on the ground? I did not see that coming at all,' " - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
The idea that yellow and blue make green still seems like crazy unexplainable magic to me.
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I very much remember learning about the color wheel and how colors blend as such when I was in kindergarten. Seeing watercolors do precisely that was mind-blowing for a five-year-old. - Akiva
Meanwhile, the fact presented by COSMOS that leaves are green simply because of what color they DON'T absorb? Get out, science. GET OUT. - Akiva
The part that really breaks my mind is how we see yellow because of our red and green photoreceptors. - Victor Ganata from iPhone
Subtractive vs additive color physics is what blows the cork right off my brain. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Blue and red making purple? Oh sure, makes sense. Red and yellow produce orange? Fine fine. But green is crazy to me. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Looking at the rainbow, green and orange made sense to me but purple did not. - Amit Patel
It's like a shady yellow. - Meg VMeg
CMYK vs RGB still confuses me. Like, you mix all the colors you get black vs you mix all the colors you get white. My mind confuses the two... - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Was about to post what Zulema just said. That's the one that's *really* crazy. - Spidra Webster
Was about to post what... wait, I already did. - Micah
Out of curiosity, what about the combination of blue and yellow creating green seems like magic? Zulema: what's even crazier, to me at least, is that 0% C 0% M 0% Y 100% K isn't the blackest CMYK gets. There's a blacker black, a rich black, that's 75% C 68% M 67% Y and 90% K. - Mark Trapp
You know what's really crazy? There are yellow stars, there are blue stars, there are red and white and orange stars, but there aren't any green stars. WTF?!?! - Victor Ganata
Hey, that makes sense to me. All those colors appear in flame according to heat. Green doesn't appear unless you toss in an element with the right emission spectrum. - Spidra Webster
BLELLOW! - Eivind
Mixing paints is technically CMYK but it "feels" like RGB. Computer screens and the world we see is RGB (light) but mixing paints and printing stuff is CMYK but it has to emulate RGB. I think I got that right... :-& - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
CMYK is subtractive (adding pigments changes which wavelengths get absorbed or reflected) while RGB is additive (you're directly changing which wavelengths get transmitted). But, yeah, ultimately, we have RGB receptors in our retinae. - Victor Ganata
Mark T.: It seems like magic to me because it seems unpredictable and illogical and emergent, much like mixing bleach and ammonia produces a deadly gas. Yeah, this is all a bit "f'in' magnets, how do they work?" - Stephen Mack
Ahhh, I see. To me, it seems logical that green is created from yellow and blue: green, to me, just looks like a yellowish blue or a bluish yellow. But maybe that's a construct of education, forced upon me by the man, man. My head hurts now. - Mark Trapp
I'm even more confused now because I know you have to convert images to CMYK when you print them. I completely forgot to ask my photography teacher about that when we printing our "RGB" photos in class from Lightroom. The last job I had there it was always a big deal when printing designs from the printer to the ink used to the paper you were printing on and which colors will print more accurately. Like JEEZ, it's just a print of a design but OH NO, dumb girl, it's kind of a big deal. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
And that, not only can you use the colours to find what elements teh stars are made of, but you can use the colours to determine how fast they are moving away from you via red shifting! #mindblown - Ken Morley
Fun fact: you can get the colors in CMY from RGB and you can get the colors in RGB from CMY... http://stefanabrams.com/StefanA... - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
I know I'm probably too often an optimist, but I do feel the world is generally getting better over time. For example, I never hear Paula Cole on the radio anymore. #dontcarewhereallthecowboyswent #keepwaitingpaula
LOL - Jenny H. from Android
Judge questions settlement in Silicon Valley no-poaching case [San Jose Mercury News] - http://www.mercurynews.com/busines...
Judge questions settlement in Silicon Valley no-poaching case [San Jose Mercury News]
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From the article: "A federal judge Thursday heavily questioned a $324 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit against Apple, Google, Adobe and Intel alleging illegal hiring practices, leaving it unclear whether she will sign off on the deal later this year. 'I have concerns,' U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh said during a back-and-forth with lawyers that lasted nearly two hours. 'I would like to think about it further, but I do have concerns about whether this is a good settlement for the plaintiffs.' The settlement, which gives approximately 64,000 workers involved an average of a few thousand dollars each, was a big victory for the companies, allowing them to avoid an embarrassing trial while sustaining a relatively minor financial hit. Apple, for example, has nearly 500 times as much in its cash reserves as the total settlement amount. The proposed settlement has been called unjust by one of the four named plaintiffs in the 2011 lawsuit, Michael Devine, a former Adobe... more... - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
It really is a very light settlement for $3 billion. I suspect the judge is going to reject the deal. - Stephen Mack
Why we're banning Redskins in The Seattle Times [Seattle Times] - http://blogs.seattletimes.com/take2...
From the post: "The most controversial name in sports won’t appear again in The Seattle Times’ print edition or on the seattletimes.com home pages as long as I am sports editor. It’s time to ban the use of 'Redskins,' the absurd, offensive and outdated name of the NFL team in Washington, D.C. Past time, actually. We’ll probably receive scathing emails, letters, phone calls and reader comments telling me we’re too PC, that the name actually honors Native Americans or that we have no right to change a team’s official name. Everyone’s entitled to an opinion – even if I don’t buy it. We’re banning the name for one reason: It’s offensive. Far from honoring Native Americans, the term colors an entire race. Many Native Americans consider it an outdated label placed on their people." - Stephen Mack from Bookmarklet
More: "Randy Lewis, a member of the Colville Confederated Tribes who is a board member for United Indians, didn’t pull any punches when asked what he thought. 'I find it as offensive as black people find the N-word,' he said. 'They say they’re trying to dignify or honor something with it. It doesn’t dignify us. It doesn’t honor us. It doesn’t make us feel good about ourselves.' ” - Stephen Mack
And more: "Brian Howard, a legislative associate with the National Congress of American Indians, is 26 years old and attended school in Arizona off the reservation. 'I've witnessed and experienced first-hand many of the stereotypes, perceptions and racism aimed at Native people, including the R-word,' Howard said. 'As long as I have a breath of life, I will keep opposing this.' " - Stephen Mack
943 comments to the article posted there today so far. Many of them similar to this exchange: http://friendfeed.com/ericlog... - Stephen Mack
h/t to comix aka martha: http://friendfeed.com/comix... - Stephen Mack
Seems ironic to use the r-word in the headline of the article where they say they're banning the use of the r-word, but I guess they mean "starting... NOW." - Stephen Mack
BTW, I will personally use "r-word" from now on instead of the actual word. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
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