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Maybe the side effect he was worried about was living

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Maybe the side effect he was worried about was living submitted by /u/orchid_breeder to r/BlackPeopleTwitter
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This is owning me so hard

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This is owning me so hard submitted by /u/recast85 to r/ToiletPaperUSA
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This pug - husky mix is the most intense derp you will ever see

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This pug - husky mix is the most intense derp you will ever see submitted by /u/Bostonterrierpug to r/funny
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If you haven't already, get vaccinated. Only way to put this pandemic behind us

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If you haven't already, get vaccinated. Only way to put this pandemic behind us submitted by /u/Yenserl6099 to r/PoliticalHumor
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Microsoft Account Goes Passwordless

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Anyone with a Microsoft account can now remove their password from the account entirely to enable better security. From a report: "For the past couple of years we've been saying that the future is passwordless, and today I am excited to announce the next step in that vision," Microsoft corporate vice president Vasu Jakkal writes in the announcement post. "Beginning today, you can now completely remove the password from your Microsoft account." As for the "why" of this change, Microsoft points to the fact that passwords are insecure and are the focus of over 18 billion attacks every year, or 579 attacks every second. Before you can go passwordless, you'll need the Microsoft Authenticator app on your smartphone. Then, you can use Windows Hello, a security key, or a verification code that's sent to an email address, your phone, or a compatible app or service like Outlook, OneDrive, Microsoft Family Safety, and more to sign-in, depending on the location.

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Burnaby teen pens book on personal journey with Crohn's to help other kids with the chronic illness

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Keyaan Vegdani, a 16-year-old from Burnaby, B.C., says he hopes the book will help support research and raise awareness around the disease.

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