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Indianapolis remains on list of potential World Cup game sites

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Forty-one cities in the United States, Mexico and Canada, including Indianapolis, have submitted preliminary bids to host 2026 World Cup matches.
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Lilly eliminating 3,500 jobs as part of cost-cutting plan

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Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Co. said the 3,500 jobs represent 8.3 percent of its global workforce. Lilly hopes the cuts will save it $500 million a year.

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A Coalition Government of the Heart

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They say never wake a sleepwalker, but your liberal girlfriend is wide awake!
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"Your girl likes Obamacare because she thinks it’s a good policy that helps people in the most efficient way possible, but not because she thinks healthcare should be a commodity and rich people deserve better services than poor people, right? Okay, so she’s not an asshole, she’s just deluded. And who isn’t? She supports the Dems because she thinks they care about people, not because she thinks the fact that they don’t care about people is acceptable. It’s a very important distinction."
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Indy Eleven's league again faces uncertain future

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The North American Soccer League—the professional soccer league that includes the Indy Eleven—has lost its sanctioning as a Division 2 league for the 2018 season, the NASL announced Tuesday.
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Still in Use

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'Which one?' 'I dunno, it's your house. Just check each object.' 'Check it for *what*?' 'Whether it looks like it might have touched a paper towel at some point and then forgotten to let go.' '...' 'You can also Google to learn how to check which things are using which resources.' 'You know, I'll just leave the towel there and try again tomorrow.'
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Covarr
7 days ago
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Just the other day I was doing some painting. Forgot to save when I was done, woke up the next morning, and the living room was back to its boring eggshell again :(
Moses Lake, WA
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'Which one?' 'I dunno, it's your house. Just check each object.' 'Check it for *what*?' 'Whether it looks like it might have touched a paper towel at some point and then forgotten to let go.' '...' 'You can also Google to learn how to check which things are using which resources.' 'You know, I'll just leave the towel there and try again tomorrow.'
JayM
7 days ago
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ROFL!
Atlanta, GA
0utis
7 days ago
Worst case, reboot the house.

Equifax Impressed By Hackers’ Ability To Ruin People’s Finances More Efficiently Than Company Can

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ATLANTA—In the wake of a massive data breach that exposed the sensitive personal information of 143 million customers, executives from credit agency Equifax said Friday that they were impressed by the hackers’ ability to ruin people’s finances much more efficiently than their company can. “We’re truly amazed by the effectiveness and sheer speed with which the hackers wrecked so many Americans’ financial prospects—it usually takes us years to devastate someone with a bad credit score,” said awestruck Equifax CEO Richard Smith, noting that Equifax’s traditional process of slowly chipping away at a customer’s credit rating due to late payments on credit cards with arbitrarily raised interest rates or an inability to pay off subprime loans made them “practically a dinosaur” in comparison to cybercriminals who could wipe out someone’s financial standing in mere minutes. “It’s taken us a long time to get ...

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