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On the eve of kickoff, the talk-show debate went to the two head coaches at the center of it.
Being the fourth straight postseason of Alabama-Clemson in the playoff, there’s some fatigue outside the bubble. They’re tired of the same teams playing again at 7 p.m. CT Monday in college football’s national championship game.
Do Nick Saban and Dabo Swinney think it’s bad for the game?
5G will be great, but you are probably going to need a new phone as we get ever-closer to a sci-fi-like future.
There’s been a lot of talk about 5G. Compared to 4G LTE, 5G is 20 times faster. You can download a full HD movie in less than 10 seconds. Sounds nice, doesn’t it?
And until 5G hits your home, you can dramatically speed up your current connection with a little-known secret setting. You don’t need to be a techno wizard to do it, either.
The 5G revolution is also aimed at delivering virtual-reality experiences and bringing more devices online, from sensors and robots to cars and smart-home gadgets. The next generation of wireless tech is handing out some big promises, so here’s what you need to know about the coming of 5G.
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Alabama performs “If You’re Gonna Play In Texas” live at the Farm Aid concert in Austin, Texas on July 4, 1986. Farm Aid was started by Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp in 1985 to keep family farmers on the land and has worked since then to make sure everyone has access to good food from family farmers. Dave Matthews joined Farm Aid’s board of directors in 2001.
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Farm Aid’s performances are donated by the artists in order to raise funds and raise awareness for family farmers. They’ve raised their voices to help — what can you do?
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The Grinch (Jim Carrey) dons a Santa suit, behaving in a series of un-Christmas-like activities, while singing.
He’s mean, he’s green, and he’s doesn’t like the Yuletide season one bit — Jim Carrey stars in this live-action adaptation of the classic children’s story by Dr. Seuss (aka Theodore Geisel). High atop Mt. Crumpet, the Grinch (Carrey) observes the residents of Whoville joyously preparing to celebrate Christmas. The Grinch was born in Whoville years ago, but was shunned due to his scary appearance, and his unrequited love for Martha May Whovier has turned him bitter; the good cheer of the Whos has been a thorn in his side ever since. Finally the Grinch decides he’s had enough of all this happiness, and with the wary aid of his dog Max, the Grinch conspires to steal Christmas from Whoville, making off with their presents, holiday decorations, Christmas trees, and everything else used to enjoy the holiday. Molly Shannon, Christine Baranski, Jeffrey Tambor, and Clint Howard play several of the citizens of Whoville, while Anthony Hopkins narrates (taking over from the late Boris Karloff, who memorably read Dr. Seuss’ story in Chuck Jones’ 1966 animated adaptation of the story). Ron Howard directs.
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Cast: Jim Carrey, Frank Welker
Director: Ron Howard
Producers: Brian Grazer, Todd Hallowell, Ron Howard, Aldric La’Auli Porter, David Womark, Louisa Velis, Linda Fields
Screenwriters: Peter S. Seaman, Dr. Seuss, Jeffrey Price
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Should the nation’s minimum wage be raised, as Democrats from President Obama on down are insisting?
“Well, jobs are a great thing,” Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Tuesday. “So you have to be a bit careful: If you raise the minimum wage, you’re encouraging labor substitution, and you’re going to go buy machines and automate things — or cause jobs to appear outside of that jurisdiction.
“And so within certain limits, you know, it does cause job destruction. If you really start pushing it, then you’re just making a huge tradeoff.”
Gates said there also the question of which households end up benefiting from a higher minimum wage: “Is it much more the teenager in a wealthy household, or is it that household in poverty? A lot of the problem there is that those people don’t have many hours.”
“These are complex issues,” he continued. “It’s not as simple as just saying, okay, raise the wage.”
Gates on Tuesday released his 2014 annual letter, describing “three myths that block progress for the poor.”
The misconceptions include:
• Poor countries are doomed to stay poor;
• Foreign aid is a big waste;
• Saving lives leads to overpopulation.
Asked about income inequality, Gates told MSNBC, “The poor are not getting poorer.” He said life is better for more people around the world, including many in China, than it has ever been.
“The route to reasonable income is to invest in people’s skills,” he said, adding that education is critical.
As for the “saving lives” myth, Gate says when children survive in greater numbers, parents decide to have smaller families.
Gates said he and his wife Melinda wanted to tackle the three myths because they often give people a reason not to act.
Gates Foundation: 2014 Gates Annual Letter: Myths About Foreign Aid
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If you’re missing someone this Christmas this song’s dedicated to you – The Piano Guys ft Craig Aven
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“So last year, was a really tough year for us. We lost our daughter, Annie. People talk about grief, pain, fear, sorrow. All of these words, can’t really describe how you feel when you really go through the loss of a loved one. Even though we held onto hope, that we would somehow see her again, it was just a brutal time that we were going through, right at Christmas. It felt pretty hard to celebrate.
And then I found this song. It was just a video on Facebook by this Christian artist and he was singing about the very struggle I was having. As my wife and I listened to the words of this song, it expressed exactly what we were feeling. It also gave us what we needed at the time. That was comfort. So many people struggle with loss at this time of year, not just me. If you are missing someone this Christmas, I want to dedicate this song to you. I also want to dedicate it to Annie, my sweet Annie, who I miss very much.”
I’m not going to lie.
Christmas really hurts this time
Cause you’re not here to celebrate with me.
Tears fill my eyes.
And memories flood my mind,
As I place your ornament upon our tree.
Although this year I have a broken heart,
It gives me hope and joy as I remember where you are.
You’re with the Son of God.
You’re with the Prince of Peace.
You’re with the one we’re celebrating
And that thought amazes me.
Sometimes I still break down,
Grieving that we’re apart,
But the sweetest gift is knowing where you are.
You’re with the Son of God.
Got your picture in a frame
And a stocking with your name.
Oh God knows it’s been hard letting go.
And I can’t bring you back,
But I’ll see you again.
And oh, that thought is healing to my soul.
I’ll miss making angels with you in the snow.
I guess instead you will be singing with them
All around God’s throne.
And I know the Christmas season
Was your favorite time of year.
You loved to help us decorate our tree.
But now that you’re with Jesus,
I can’t imagine how you feel
Cause He’s the one who bled and died
Upon the tree for you and me.
“The Sweetest Gift” written by Craig Aven
Produced by Jon Schmidt and Chuck E. Myers “sea”
Arranged by Jon Schmidt, Chuck Myers, Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson
Craig Aven: Vocals
Jon Schmidt: Piano
Steven Sharp Nelson: Cello
Piano and vocals recorded by Jake Bowen at Big Idea Studios
Cello recorded by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios
Mastered by Al van der Beek
Video Produced and Filmed by Paul Anderson & Shaye Scott
Video Edited by Shaye Scott & Paul Anderson
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