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As if Jeff Bezos isn't already rich enough. As someone who is at high risk because of a compromised immune system, I thought it might be a good idea to get a few N95 masks. Because local medical supply stores are out of stock I checked Amazon. While the prices are reasonable (pack of 20 for $99), they want $200 for shipping. I bought some luggage a couple of years ago and because my order was over $35 the shipping was free. So how is it that something that weighs less than a box of Kleenex costs $200? Could this …

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I've been following the latest efforts (in the US) of the GOP to unfairly redraw electoral boundaries and was considering how simple a law could be worded to ensure a more fair allocation of electoral districts. What I came up with is: 1. All boundary lines must consist of straight line segments 1. No district may contain an inside angle of greater than 180 degrees 1. No district may have a major axis greater than 1.5 times its minor axis I chose the 1.5 number as a starting point. Do the above three restrictions effectively eliminate the tetris/dragon style maps?

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This thread is a continuation of a conversation that I started [here](https://www.daniweb.com/digital-media/digital-marketing/threads/522661/where-to-buy-instagram-followers#post2261270). As Dani correctly pointed out, the discussion belonged in its own thread and should not have taken over the thread in which it started. It wasn't my intention to hijack that thread (and I apologize) but that's what happened. >you find advertising largely unethical I find **false** advertising unethical. I find the other advertising merely annoying and only sometimes useful. >It’s not against the TOS or copyright rules of the library to use it in the way you are. It just wasn’t what the library was designed for. …

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