He deserves more but it’s a start

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Star Wars (1977) originally had Red and Blue Squadron attacking the Death Star, but blue conflicted with the blue screens, so it was changed to gold. In Rogue One (2016), Red, Gold and Blue squadron attack Scarif, where Blue Squadron is destroyed, leaving them unavailable for the events in Star Wars

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Enough with the awards ok?

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Helicopter tail

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Lawrence Brooks, America’s oldest living WWII veteran, turns 111 today

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There's no need to be rude..

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An interesting title

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ANTIFA girl spits at police, cops take her down. Friend demands for female officer to be present. Cops respond with "How do you know those officers don't identify as female?"

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It really nice to see everyone coming together.

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LPT: There are other search engines than Google's. You can choose to protect your privacy or plant trees while you search.

Some of my personal choices in alphabetical order:

Duckduckgo doesn't track you, simple as that. Downside is that it doesn't know you, your preferences and so on. But that's kind of the point.

Ecosia plants trees. Based on Bing. Has been my personal choice for years. Sometimes when I'm not satisfied by the search results I type in #g to be redirected to Google, which in my experience is very seldom more fruitful.

Google scholar is quite useful in academics. If you're not sure how to cite a source in e.g. APA-style, Google scholar helps you out.

WolframAlpha is supposed to be really good for answering (numerical) questions. Plots functions which is nice. Haven't used it much for some reason.

There are many other alternatives, so if you know some specific search engines that you find helpful, please let us know in the comments! Wikipedia also has a great list.

Another matter is Google translate. Depending on your language it can be less than perfect. DeepL does neural machine translation and has much better results. It only translates Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. It's pretty good at translating English to German and vice versa. I don't have a clue how the performance is in other languages though. Let me know if there has been some kind of breakthrough in translating Finnish.

Shouldn't forget maps. Google has great satellite images and street view. Bing often has better aerial views. Check out if there are better local resources that have e.g. topographic maps which are just on another level, especially if you hike or are prone to getting lost in the woods. Get a compass while you're at it. I love maps in general btw. So OpenStreetMap has to be mentioned. It's collaborative and non-commercial. Check it out and help to make it more precise locally!

English isn't my first language, and I'm also a grammarnazi, so please point out any mistakes that I made. +Shoutout to the Ask Jeeves crew! Yes, you are old, but maybe a bit wiser too. :)

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