Most Americans probably know bubkes about the Jimmy Saville scandal, but it led to a huge revelation that Saville wasn't the only molester in British politics & entertainment. There were even a couple of Doctor Who appearances on "Jim'll Fix It". Dalek appearance in August 1975 Colin Baker appearance
I guess you didn't look then. Retail is 18.99
Amazon is selling it for 11.39 40% off https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/145217380X/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Barnes and Noble is selling it for 21% off - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/last-week-tonight-with-john-oliver-presents-a-day-in-the-life-of-marlon-bundo-marlon-bundo/1128233387?ean=9781452173801#/
The TPP documentation is so well hidden and protected, WikiLeaks (among others) have offered a $100k reward for anybody who gets them a copy.
Hard to do a legitimate report when everything is scarily cloak and dagger.
Though why it's so cloak and dagger could be the report... (Reportception... Inreportion... Fuck it, you know the joke I'm trying to make...) And so far, nobody has...
Enjoy VPNs while you can. edit2: Helpful link, I think coupon code "wisecrack" might still work
The only way to watch it legally in the UK is through Sky Atlantic unfortunately (11pm Monday).
What you can do is get a NowTV box (or app if you have PS4/XBox) and buy a £10 monthly Sky entertainment package, which includes Sky Atlantic. You get a 14 day free trial if you're a new member.
Worth a try. But remember to cancel the package before the 14 day period if you don't want the service. They'll want your payment details to become a user.
They do look super cool. I remember when they were predicting the storm surge from Florence they used some really awesome graphics to illustrate just how dangerous it could be.
You can't definitely say this person was on this computer unless you had like video of it. There's no way to prove who is using a computer. My guess is the three men who clicked on those ads were not congressmen but staffers.
Congresspeople and other high ranking officials probably have to use VPNs at least on their work laptops/phones. The very top level people like Biden aren't even allowed to have regular phones, famously Obama's phone was taken away for this reason.
Now there's a chance some particularly stupid congresspeople (two ladies come to mind) definitely use personal devices or even respond to phishing emails, etc. But otherwise it's more likely these were some random old dudes who work in the building than it being anyone important.
Also couldn't people just pretend to be in DC using a VPN themselves? I doubt you could get a server actually inside the building but a 5 mile radius? That's gotta be possible.
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according to for instance this poll roughly speaking a third of the overall voters have been democrats, 8% of them voted for Trump, also a third of overall voters are independets and close to 50% of them voted for Trump. those people must have had other reasons to vote for him than party affiliation.
That's some random NC pillow on Amazon. Here's the actual site.
Also, here your Amazon link without referrers
To watch this blocked episode of Last Week Tonight, use ProtonVPN, it's free and it's unlimited data. I connected to Netherlands location and was able to watch the YouTube video.
Saw your username... please consider going vegan to help stop animal abuse and save the planet. Thanks and have a nice day. :)
If you're not in the US you need a browser plugin like Zenmate. It actually is enough to activate the plugin, reload the page, hit play, and deactivate it as soon as the video starts.