Wednesday, March 25, 2015

'So in the world of today: 25 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Blue Bell is recalling ice cream tubs for fear of listeria.
-Saudi Arabia began military action against Yemen’s rebels.
-The House passed an official budget.
-RadioShack auctioned off millions of people’s data.
-A Mexican in need of operation was denied entry into the US for the operation.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

'So in the world of today: 24 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-US troops received a royal welcome traveling through eastern Poland.
-The LDS church clarified its stance on.
-Israel is accused of spying on the US/Iran nuclear talks. They say they didn’t do it.
-The US pulled the last of its people out of Yemen.
-Thousands of Afghans protested the killing of an Afghan woman.
-The Rhode Island teachers union is suing to get Good Friday off.

'so in the world of today: 23 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

so in the world of today:
-Clinton promised ‘no more secrecy’.
-The House bashed Obama’s response to the Ukraine crisis.

Friday, March 20, 2015

'So in the world of today: 20 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-The House is requiring Clinton to turn in her email server.
-Isis killed over 137 people in Yemen.
-Nigeria pledged to retake land lost to Boko Harem, by April 20th.
-The pope spoke out against the death penalty.
-Obama called for the release of US citizens being held captive in Iran.
-Obama signed an executive order to cut federal emissions and electricity use.
-A study found that kids who wait to start kindergarten are more likely to commit a serious crime before they turn 20.

'So in the world of today: 19 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Obama suggested that voting ought to be mandatory.
-A federal judge blocked parts of Obama’s immigration executive action.
-The EU promised to lift the sanctions on Russia only when there is peace in Ukraine.
-The US is agreeing to lift some Iranian sanctions, and to get the UN to lift weapons embargos on them, in exchange for Iran cutting back on its Nuclear research.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

'So in the world of today: 18 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-The Nation’s largest Presbyterian Church denomination will now recognize Gay marriage.
-As a part of women’s national history month, the LDS church will be honoring woman on all their websites this month.
-Kraft is recalling mac and cheese boxes, for fear of metal shavings being found therein.
-Israel’s President Netanyahu criticized Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.
-Netanyahu accused Obama of using public money to actively work towards his defeat.
-Alabama passed a law that allows unborn children to be represented in court. The ACLU is suing.
-Target upped its minimum wage to 9$ hourly.
-The prices for water in California are sky rocketing.
-A drone killed an Al Shabaab leader.
-The UN is asking for 163 million for emergency education.
-According to the AP the Obama administration set a record last year for number of documents withheld or censored.
-The GOP accused Obama of trying to eliminate IRS reforms.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

'So in the world of today: 17 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-The families of the Sandy Hook victims are suing the killer’s mom for leaving her gun where he could get it.
-The VA has been lying to the public about the poor treatment of veterans needing medical care.
-The Ferguson police shooter was arrested (Jeffery Williams). He claimed that he didn’t mean to shoot them.
-Aaron Schock is resigning from the congress due to ethics accusations.
-Pope Frances announced that he may resign in just a few years.
-Citibank will no longer make bond payments for Argentina.
-A man in North Carolina was arrested for using a gun to defend himself from a burglary.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

'So in the world of today: 12 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Two officers were shot during a protest in Ferguson. Both are still alive.
-The CIA and Justice department have a new program that can trick phones into giving up personal information.
-10 members of the DeCavalcante mob were arrested.
-200,000 have been kidnapped by North Korea since 1950, according to the UN.
-Tabor Alberta (Canada) has banned foul language, unauthorized assembly by groups of 4 or more and shouting.
- The main suspect in the murder of Putin’s critic claims he was tortured.
-The State department tweeted the image below to “promote free speech”. They've come under fire for it.
- Anti-semitism is growing more prevalent in northeastern Europe.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

'So in the world of today: 11 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-The LDS church and LDS family services are officially partnered with
-Eco terrorists in New Zealand are threatening to poison baby formula.
-Venezuela will now require every citizen to scan fingerprints with every grocery store purchase.
-Venezuela’s congress granted its president powers to combat US sanctions.
-Over 30,000 of Clinton’s emails from her time in the state office may have gone missing according MSNBC. She refused to turn over her private server.
-The AP is suing the state department to get the release of Clinton’s emails.
-UC Irving received a threat of violence over its flag policy.
-The ACLU and several other groups are suing the NSA.
-Common Core is now mandated in Mississippi.
-Some of the UN’s food aid in Yemen was found to have gone to the wealthier portion of the nation, rather than the poorest.
-The Dollar and the Euro are almost equal.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

'So in the world of today: 10 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-A new poll shows that US support for gay marriage is at almost 60%.
-Hate groups in the US are in decline.

'So in the world of today: 9 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-A Black man in Wisconsin was shot by an officer. Hundreds arrived to protest.
-Boko Harem are officially working for Isis.
-According to ‘new scientist’ French scientists found a way to implant memories into mice.
-The Supreme Court asked a lower court to reconsider its position, requiring Notre dame to pay for contraception.
-Obama imposed sanctions on Venezuela, declaring the country a threat to national security.
-The Missouri state supreme court will take all Ferguson cases.
-The UN chancellor is calling for full gender equality by 2030
-Obama compared the GOP to Iran.
-American gun ownership is at an all-time low.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

'So in the world of today: 5 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Boko Harem killed 68 in Nigeria
-Ferguson is being sued by Michel Brown’s family.
-Mitch McConnell encouraged the states to ignore EPA regulations.
-Almost 5000 people in Darfur were uprooted last year.
-A couple Canadian ministers in Quebec were mailed envelopes with white powder in them.
-The West England University found a way to turn urine into electricity.

'so in the world of today: 4 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

so in the world of today:
-Several police employees at Ferguson were fired or put on leave over racist emails.
-The LDS church backed a Utah law that protects religious freedoms and protects Homosexuals from workplace and housing discrimination.
-The Benghazi committee is forcing Clinton to surrender her emails on the topic.
-The senate failed to overturn Obama’s Keystone pipeline veto.
-The US ambassador to South Korea was attacked.
-Teen use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs are down, but their use of pot is up.
-The Supreme Court maintained a lower court’s decision, stating that a person’s DNA could be taken and used as evidence without their prior knowledge.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

'So in the world of today: 3 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Homeland security is working to stop ‘birth tourism’.
-The US justice department decided that Ferguson’s police department have been racially insensitive.
-The air force is in hot water for spending 55 billion on an undisclosed project.
-An 8th grader in New Mexico was suspended for letting her fellow students know their parents could opt them out of state testing.
-Liban Haij Mohamed (an fbi most wanted terrorist) was captured.
-A report found that is no official record of Clinton’s email communications from her time as secretary of state.
-Edward Snowden wants to return to the US.
-Petreaus pled guilty to leaking classified secrets.
-The EU busted an international tax fraud ring.
-Al Qaida may not actually be on the run.

Monday, March 2, 2015

'So in the world of today: 2 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-North Korea told its military to prepare for war with the US and friends.
-The white house is working to ban M855 ball ammunition.
-A bakery that refused to serve gay weddings is closing up shop forever.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

My Little Brother's Rant on HTC's Virtual Reality Venture

This is the new M9. 
Yeah. I don't know whether they're going to get anywhere with that Or with their new wristband with under armour. They should have stuck with designing a good new phone Instead of a rehash. They said it told them a year to design the M9. And its basically the same as last year's model. I used to be inspired by their phones. But they're copying Apple in their iPhone "s" business model. There was another concept phone of the M9. I saw going around it and looked so good. I was hoping the leak before MWC2015 was fake. Because it wasn't any change at all. They have disappointed me and many others with the M9. This year the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge looks to be the good one between Galaxy and HTC. And I don't even like Samsung. /end rant

This is how the concept was

I'm so bored of the HTC design. Too much wasted space and not enough innovation.

That's what OnePlus said; then,  they took it down then changed what they now said