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Kari, Grant and Tory are gone, but their memory is forever blasted into our hearts.
The MythBusters M7 Build Team — Kari Byron, Grant Imahara and Tory Belleci — are officially not returning to the show for next season. According to hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman in a farewell video, which was tweeted by MythBusters, the show is going "back to [its] roots" with just Savage and Hyneman at the helm.
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We want to thank @KariByron @GrantImahara @ToryBelleci for their tireless work, and wish them all the best.https://t.co/pmMSqiRAH1
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Image Credit: Peter Kaminski/FlickrOregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum today filed a lawsuit against Oracle America seeking more than $5.6 billion in penalties and damages from the enterprise software giant and specific executives for a slew of claimed issues relating to the technology underlying the state’s Cover Oregon health care website. The 126-page complaint claims that Oregon paid for Oracle software and services that didn’t match what the company promised, that it overcharged for insufficient training, that it wouldn’t honor its warranty to fix problems for free, that the company compelled the state into using its own internal consulting group, and so on.