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Is Gun Control The Answer?

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Hi there folks, its been a while!

I have been very busy with the launch of my web hosting services over at www.sky-edge.net, so I haven’t had nearly as much time as I would like to devote to writing articles for the OCP blog, but I felt like I really needed to make the time to write this post as I feel that this is an incredibly important issue that is being manipulated by some ...

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Games You Haven’t Played… Far Cry 3

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Welcome to the second installment of ‘Games You Haven’t Played…But Probably Should’ at the Outside Context Problem! Today we are going to be taking a look at Far Cry 3 on the PlayStation 3 Entertainment System. This is a series that I have never gotten around to playing. When the original was released back in March of 2004, the PC gaming market was being flooded with unimaginative, uninspired or just plain bad first-person shooter games. It quickly became impractical to ...

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

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A little over a year has passed since I wrote and published my first blog post, which I have faithfully preserved and updated to fit my current (and much more attractive) site’s visual style. You can read the post here. It is a review of the original Motorola Electrify, my first high-end Android device. Thanks to US Cellular’s Rewards Program, I am able to spend my reward points on early device upgrades. So far, ...

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Names Of Clients Charged In Kennebunk Prostitution Scandal

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WILL BE UPDATED AS THE INFORMATION IS RELEASED

*UPDATED 12/07/2012*

An updated list of all the names of the clients charged in the Kennebunk prostitution scandal.

Jay P. Sanborn, 46, of Springvale

Ricky J. Dewitt, 49 of Lyman

 

David F. Burley, 47, of 22 Lindale Avenue, Biddeford, ME

Christopher Cutshall, 52, of 305 Commercial Street, #403, Portland, ME

Roger C. Larson, 58, of 5 S Beech Road, Harrison, ME

Daniel A. Meyer, 41, of P.O. Box 81, Raymond, ME

 

 Peter B. Chavonelle Jr., ...

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Guide To Web Hosting Options

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What does this guide cover?

This guide will explain the differences between the three most common types of web hosting options available and discuss their strengths and weaknesses. A quick Google search will confirm that there are literally thousands of hosting companies to choose from. With pricing options ranging from $1.99 per month (iPage Essential Plan) to $1500 per month (MediaTemple (dv) 16GB Plan) there is most certainly a hosting plan to fit ...

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Games You Haven’t Played… Retro City Rampage

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Hi folks. This is the first installment in a series of articles titled ‘Games You Haven’t Played… But Probably Should’ at the Outside Context Problem. Every year in addition to the Mass Effect 3′s and the Call of Duty 4′s that are created at high profile development studios and published by industry giants, there are a number of lesser-known titles that despite being very well reviewed and incredibly fun to play somehow manage to fall through the cracks. ...

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The Realist Manifesto

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The Realist Manifesto
Ideal Goals, Practical Solutions
We are a group of American citizens who want to band together to bring about a change in our political climate and culture. We want to place our country and its people on a
path to a bright and prosperous future.
Our most important commonly held principle is that we will never agree on everything, but we must come to agreement enough to move forward.

Compromise is not weakness. Not every one of us ...

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Obama, Susan Rice and Bengahzi

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Yesterday morning President Obama responded to criticisms from GOP members regarding Susan Rice’ potential promotion to Secretary of State. This is what he said:

“If Sen. McCain and Sen. Graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me,” Obama said. “And I’m happy to have that discussion with them. But for them to go after the U.N. ambassador? Who had nothing to do with Benghazi? And was simply making a presentation based on intelligence that she had ...

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A Tiny Point Of Red Amongst A Sea Of Blue…

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So the election has come and gone. The ballots have all been cast and counted and the people have spoken. Four more years of Barrack Hussein Obama. I knew from beginning that ousting him and his cronies from the White House was a long shot at best, but I must admit I did really have my hopes up for a little while there. Sitting in silence watching the election results trickle in as the polls closed across the ...

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Welcome to the Outside Context Problem!

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Welcome to the freshly re-imagined Outside Context Problem!
First, a little background on myself. My name is Zac Cleaves and I am twenty nine years old. I have been working in the wonderful world of IT for the past ten years. I’ve worked as a Sun Microsystems instructor teaching corporate folks how to administer their networks and manage large database systems. I’ve also worked as a sort of jack-of-all-trades technology operations specialist at some local IT shops. Lately I have ...

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