The pics posted by a hiker/climber about a daytrip out with their buddies. Seems clean enough, yeah?
They found a severely injured, nearly dead woman near the trail on their way out. Turned out she'd been there for a day or two already and her hiking partner passed away trying to find help.
It wasn't until the OP hiker got home that they noticed the girl they rescued was visible in the background of some of their pics.
"Harrison Okene, the ship’s cook, was in the bathroom when the boat turned over and began to sink. Most of the other crew members were locked in their cabins — a safety precaution necessitated by the pirates who regularly rob and abduct vessels in that area. That safety measure, however, sealed the other crew members’ doom."
also uses his nespresso money to pay for a satellite to spy on a sudanese warlord who's been charged with genocide and war crimes.
What this article fails to mention is that he's not just blowing that taxpayer money but embezzling that money. He's golfing at his own golf courses.
$44 million after 5 years versus
in 2 years 4 months.
He'll be spending two more nights at his Irish golf course (June 5-6) instead of returning to the US straightaway after the D-Day commeration.
>President Donald Trump once complained on Twitter about people who don’t pay any taxes. Just one problem: As documents obtained by The New York Times revealed, Trump himself was among them for many years.
>Trump suffered $1.17 billion in losses between 1985 and 1994 ― among the biggest losses by any individual in the nation ― and paid no taxes at all in eight of those 10 years as a result, the newspaper reported.
Confirmation. Trump has been a perpetual line stepping projector for decades.
Yeah. Here's a couple
Search terms: "Trump defunding Special Olympics to pay for wall"
I'm guessing people forgot, but Project Veritas was caught trying to pay people to cause violence at Trump's inauguration to blame on liberals.
Trump donated to that group.
Why is anyone in this thread calling the teacher who was suspended a woman, or a Japanese woman? It's a man. Stephen.
A woman resigned under very different circumstances a year ago - for similar beliefs. She was caught red handed by authorities.
Also - what's with the whataboutism? BLM isn't even remotely the same thing as a white nationalist group. Do people really need those differences spelled out for them?! And then there's the out of left field "La Raza" reference.
In any case - the teacher is on leave "pending investigation". Check out the original article: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/white-nationalist-teacher-dallas-texas-identity-evropa-stephen-arnquist_n_5ca6921ee4b0a00f6d3d24e6?43e
It also includes two other instances - both resulting in firing - of a teacher and a principal being fired. In their cases - there was video footage.
What is notable is all of these examples are post 2016.
I'm not sure what they put the emu in but it is definitely not an emu egg. Emu eggs are green/blue. When an emu hatches it is very wet and needs time to dry off and stretch before it is able to walk around.
The emu in this gif is a few days old and was put into shell and smashed open.
I used to raise emus, they are very cool birds.
For all of the "But why?!" comments.
>the technology actually wasn’t designed for chairs. It’s part of Nissan’s intelligent parking assist technology, which is being developed for hands-free parking.
>“This is a very useful function, not only for those who are bad at parking, but also for skillful drivers who are tired and less focused after a long drive,” says one of the developers in the promotional video.
>For now, the self-tucking chairs just seem to be a clever prototype to test out the self-parking technology.
>Alabama’s major newspapers on Sunday devoted their entire editions to the voices of hundreds of women in the state, giving them the spotlight to draw attention to the fact that “a majority of men in the state legislature spoke for them” last week in passing the nation’s strictest abortion ban.
>More than 200 women wrote essays published Sunday in the three newspapers owned by the Alabama Media Group — The Birmingham News, Huntsville Times, and Mobile Press-Register — with some of the writers sharing their own stories of receiving abortions. The package of essays was also featured at the top of the Alabama Media Group’s website, with the headline “Alabama women speak out.”
These are archaic attempts to oppress women need to stop, they represent several steps backward and away from progress.
Not a rumor - fact. Dressed her up like a man by him, Kenny Everett and Cleo Rocos
Unfortunately events like this do Fortunately for most elevators are the safest method of transportation in the world. Except in China...
>Former Speaker Gingrich in 2010 said Obama was engaged in "Kenyan, anti-colonial behavior
Isn't anti colonialism supposed to be good though. Like, republicans say they hate big government. Isn't that like vthe essence of big government?
Could someone point out that the Trump admin is currently threatening to imprison an activist for 20 years for helping illegals. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/scott-warren-arizona-undocumented-migrants_n_5ceee754e4b00cfa19658ebd
I'm sure they'll come right to his aid because they're not at all more aligned with the top pic than the bottom in this meme.
They still do it.
Cop Tricked Teen With Autism Into Buying Pot, Lawsuit Claims
>An undercover police officer tricked a teenager with autism into buying pot for him, a lawsuit filed by the boy’s parents alleges.
>The 17-year-old, who isn’t named in the lawsuit, was arrested with 21 other high school students on drug-dealing charges as part of a sting operation last December at Chaparral High School in Temecula, Calif., and neighboring schools.
It goes on:
> According to the Snodgrasses, a police officer pretended to be their son’s friend, which pleased them because he has trouble making friends. When the couple suggested inviting this new friend home, the friend “would always have an excuse, saying he couldn’t or he was grounded,”
Because they are prettier before they are baked. Some discussion here in the section titled "People want to see a “before” and an “after.”" https://www.huffpost.com/entry/instagram-pie-porn_n_5aa691e0e4b03c9edfae18a2
One time Rand Paul had the bright idea of speaking at Howard University and basically made a fool of himself:
> “How many of you, if I would have said, who do you think the founders of the NAACP are, do you think they were Republicans or Democrats, would everybody in here know they were all Republicans?” A loud murmur went up from the audience indicating that, yes, they did know that. Afterward, one student, Michelle Koch, told The Huffington Post that much of Paul’s talk was “a history lesson, too, that we already knew a lot about.” Paul backpedaled as the volume in the room dialed up. “All right, you know more about it, and that’s — and I don’t mean that to be insulting,” he said. “I don’t know what you know and you don’t — I’m trying to find out what the connection is. But the thing is that I think the general public — the Republican Party hasn’t talked enough about the great history and the interaction between the Republican Party and black history and voting rights in our country.”
Owners ended up not adopting another dog, shelter found out later(after video was posted w explanation on FB) and has probably spread word/pics of the stupid assholes to other shelters in order to keep them from adopting another dog 1st story
Edit: corrected statement; added ref
Look at the different responses at the Ray Rice and Jay Z incidents. There are even"progressive"news sources that rationalize violence against men. Whats even worse is when us men speak up for our rights we get labeled misogynist.
Mine is when Obama just said fuck unions and fuck organized labor every time the Democrats had a majority and could have gotten card check passed if he'd even fucking mentioned it.
Depends on the state https://www.huffpost.com/entry/cowboy-rides-horse-drunk-dwi_n_55fd897ae4b08820d918e50c I do think there was a case a few years ago where a guy got out of a DUI by proving he wasn't controlling the horse and hence couldn't be considered "driving"
Pretty scary to hear just 10 days after he said this:
>“But we don’t do like other countries,” Trump claimed. “Other countries stand there with machine guns ready to fire.” > >“We can’t do that and I wouldn’t want to do that, OK?” he added, before noting “it’s a very effective way of doing it”, but he “wouldn’t want to do it, we can’t do it.”
Anyone looking for the explanation of why he was there, he agreed if a tweet got 125k retweets he would do it.
He bangs pornstars and hangs out with rub n tug moguls, but questioning his Christianity is beyond the pale.
> Pull yourself up by the bootstraps
Please remind anyone who uses this saying that it was originally intended to describe something that is literally impossible to do.
Yep. Gingrich lobotomized congress, too. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/newt-gingrich-congress-expert-knowledge-_b_1118297
This created a state where congress relies on industry and philanthropy for it's expertise on issues as well as funds for election. Because those who fund such things are likely to be more invested and partisan the more $$ they give/fund, the more partisan and extreme the politicians they choose. It self-selects for those individuals/entities who have the most passionate and extreme goals/views. You don't pump that kind of cash into something unless you feel like you have to.
A study found that 6% of drivers deliberately aim for animals in the road.
You might wonder, "what does this have to do with toilets?"
Those same psychopaths use toilets, and they comprise 6% of the population.
I'd like to believe the mess is accidental, but after reading that article I sometimes wonder.
Don't forget that thing where the US Government supposedly paid telecoms something in the neighborhood of $400 billion to completely do the country's internet infrastructure and, for the most part, the ISPs pocketed the majority of it
Note: There is some conflicting information and I'm having troubles finding sources I had once read a while back. So take it with a grain of salt. But personally, it would not surprise me in the slightest if something like this happened.
>Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) has fired off an angry letter to President Donald Trump, demanding an explanation for why a $62 million payment — meant to help struggling U.S. farmers — ended up going to the subsidiary of a Brazilian meatpacking company under investigation by the Department of Justice.
so basically...he destroyed your business, got you a bail out, then gave it to your competition overseas. whether or not that company is under investigation is still a major fuck you to the people who got ripped off.
Hello, I know the story that you're talking about. It's the story of Saylor Guilliams. To summarize the story, she and her friend went out on a hike, but things went pretty bad, to the point where as if they can't return to civilization no more. Saylor's friend, Brenden Vega tried to get help, but to no avail as he died trying to get help. The next day, 3 hikers went on the same trail where Saylor and Brenden got stranded, and decided to take photos of their adventure. Fortunately, one of them found Saylor's body and called for help. As luck would have it, she survived. But it wasn't until Joe Villaplano (who was one of the 3 hikers) went home when he realized that he had unknowingly captured Saylor's lifeless body in 2 of their photos. Here's a HuffPost news article with more details of the event.
To be honest, those pictures scared me too.
Republicans would start impeachment if a Democrat had committed a fraction of the obstruction detailed in this report.
Remember Republicans like Sen. Ron Johnson and Rep. Mo Brooks wanted to start Impeachment proceedings against Hillary as as soon as she was sworn in had she won the election
So someone found this cool graphic from a study that was done in Europe about where people felt comfortable being touched:
It seems like while not everyone felt it was taboo, generally people felt very uncomfortable being touched in the lower back area, especially by men. Hands, arms, and upper back were the safest place for a stranger.
The narrative being thrown out is that Trump was suspicious of Flynn's judgment. (AP's headline: "Comey memo: Trump complained about Flynn’s ‘judgment issues’") And yet Trump was calling up Flynn at 3 am to ask him about shit that was clearly outside his expertise around this time:
>President Donald Trump was confused about the dollar: Was it a strong one that’s good for the economy? Or a weak one?
>So he made a call ― except not to any of the business leaders Trump brought into his administration or even to an old friend from his days in real estate. Instead, he called his national security adviser, retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, according to two sources familiar with Flynn’s accounts of the incident.
>Flynn has a long record in counterintelligence but not in macroeconomics. And he told Trump he didn’t know, that it wasn’t his area of expertise, that, perhaps, Trump should ask an economist instead.
>Trump was not thrilled with that response ― but that may have been a function of the time of day. Trump had placed the call at 3 a.m., according to one of Flynn’s retellings ― although neither the White House nor Flynn’s office responded to requests for confirmation about that detail.
So make of Trump's "doubts" what you will.
Not to get real on a joke comment but many African countries really want the west to stop sending them so many clothing donations. Local manufacturing can't get off the ground at all when up against $1 used clothing imported from the west.
In general, developing countries are becoming very tired of being responsible for the first world's waste.
"During the National Day of Prayer speech on Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence said Trump “has taken steps to ensure that the federal government will never, ever penalize anyone for their religious beliefs ever again.”
Those remarks quickly got shot down on Twitter from people who noted the administration’s implementation of a travel ban that largely targeted people from Muslim-majority countries."
Jesus Christ this administration is stupid. They obviously mean people from the "right religion", but literally are unable to see the hypocrisy.
This guy did: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/k9-attacks-toddler_n_56840804e4b06fa68881a474
The cops were looking for a shoplifter who was described as black. So they detained some random Latino man who had his infant daughter with him as he drove into the shopping center.
He was fine, though, actually. But the pigs let their fucking attack dog off-leash and it wandered into his van and mauled his poor baby.
she's also been caught using botnets: How A Twitter Fight Over Bernie Sanders Revealed A Network Of Fake Accounts
It's more, stop leaving your kids alone with people, as priests don't abuse people any more than other people. The problem with the argument of not leaving them with others in general is that family is one of the highest sources for abuse.
We can't pull triggers, jump out of the way, or run away in our dreams. We've all experienced this. Why is this?
When you pull the trigger, or when you run, you receive signals from your body in response. You feel/percieve the gun going off, or you feel the ground in specific ways when running. In our dreams, we do not feel these automatic responses because they are not happening. They aren't happening because neurotransmitters in our brain are preventing sending signals to our muscles. If it wasn't for this block, we'd be running, jumping, and pulling triggers in our beds.
So your brain is sending the signal to pull the trigger. But there's a neurotransmitter preventing the signal from reaching your muscles, and in turn you do not receive the proper signals back telling you "job complete!"
Don't worry about it. Seriously, you're psyching yourself out listening to someone say "This means you aren't psychotic". Psychos can't run in bed either!
No, they don't have a 2000 year old reason to be against it. The religious doctrine against abortion is from the 1980s, and was a political decision NOT A RELIGIOUS BASED ONE! They wanted power and creating a moral outrage was decided as the best way to usurp power they wanted. It's that simple, people are easily manipulated by those who are greedy for power.
In Jewish law if a woman's health or life is endangered by a pregnancy, even up until labor, [Jewish teaching from the 2nd century actually states that a woman in "hard labor that endangers her life, you will dismember the fetus and remove it from her, unless the greater part has exited the birth canal, then AND ONLY THEN, is it left to Yahweh to decide] abortion is a moral obligation, because an actual person has more rights than a potential person.
Surprised to see how many comments take a position against swear words. One thing is to say, "Ok, things are what they are, and you just have to deal with it", but defending the actual policy seems odd.
For what it's worth: In defence of swearing
And let us not forget that Trump himself is not out of the clear. Before the election, a woman stepped forward claiming that Trump and Epstein had sex with her while she was underage. It didn't go to trail because she says that she was too afraid to continue since she was receiving death threats (which is totally not typical of conservatives, even during the testimony of Christine Blasely Ford /s).
Also, Trump walked into the dressing room of a pageant for girls aged 13-19 while they were undressing. To top it off, he has claimed responsibility for creating the girls' swimsuit competition, stating how proud he was of getting the girls to wear skimpy bikinis and really tall heels. When Trump sold the competition, the new owners immediately removed the swimsuit section (source).
This prompted me to look up how to shift your baseline happiness or "happiness set point" upward.
Here are a couple of good articles from huff post. I say they are good because many of the things they list have been part of my personal 'happiness system' for the last 15 years that helped me tame cycles of adolescent depression. It was really cool to see so many of these things listed in one place:
Re-setting Your Happiness Set Point Part 1
Re-setting Your Happiness Set Point Part 2
Moore is a sad joke and it's shocking (not shocking) that Trump would nominate him for such an important position:
>Moore is so bad that an editor at the Kansas City Star once refused to run literally anything he ever wrote, because a piece Moore had previously published in the paper was so littered with basic factual errors. He’s a living embodiment of the worst elements of the economics profession ― a man who doesn’t care about the truth, abuses statistics, makes outlandish predictions, smears his opponents and never pays any professional price. - "Donald Trump Just Picked A Laughingstock For A Huge Federal Reserve Job"
There's an article that debunks that a little. Everyone talks about hsi 2 year super majority that went to waste, but it isn't that cut and dry. Franken got seated way late because of the contested election. Byrd was sick for a long time and then Kennedy died and eventually got a GOP replacement. And Lieberman was just as likely to vote with the Republicans than the Democrats. So it worked out that in total, his viable super majority period was relatively short, if he even had one. Then after midterms it was all GOP Congress.
He still played nice too much, though.
Prince Harry has plenty of beef against trump already, since trump bragged he could've banged his mom if she took an HIV test first. This was shortly after her death.
The most egregious examples are how tax payers paid $400 fucking billion to build fiber optic lines that were never built
And AT&T pinky swears monopolistic merger with Time Warner is good for consumers and then immediately raises prices twice since they don’t have competition
Like holy shit DOJ do your fucking job, municipal broadband companies need to be protected and every single major telco involved in $400 billion con needs to be broken up and fined with interest due
> that's why this stupid /r/frensworld or whatever it's called is actually far more dangerous than an outright stormfront nazi message board.
These <em>are</em> stormfront tactics at work. It's what CA was, it's what this clown bullshit currently is, what 4chan has been all along. All under the guise of "free speech", stormfront's recruitment tactics center around desensitizing the unindoctrinated until they willingly adopt fascist tendencies. Those with natural tendencies will move over on their own, but the average person is put off by explict vitriole. So, they slowly desensitize them with "naughty humor" that pushes the edge inch by inch. CA literally had a "goodbye" post about having its users do this very thing to other subs once they were banned. It's deliberate, coordinated, and has a specific end goal.
Here's the link- I agree with many of the points that have already been said. The article says that he consulted with a doctor, but I don't see how putting infectious blood all over something sharp is in any way a good idea???
Are you talking about this?: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/dodo-extinct-mauritius-mud_n_1399643
Animals becoming stuck and dying after breaking through the surface crust and sinking into thick, dense mud...but not because they were stupid or "calling in others by crying for help" - but because the island was in the grip of a severe drought, shrinking the lake that was their main source of drinking water and forcing the birds to cross a treacherous expanse of deep silt and mud left around the edges of the shrinking lake.
I've been doing some other reading. Your PM said
>My question here is simple,” she said. “You either believe that here in New Zealand these weapons have a place or you do not. If you believe, like us, that they do not, you should be able to believe we can move swiftly. “An argument about process is an argument to do nothing.”
To me, that's nuts.
hmm, appears my memory wasn't as clear. It was a few guys that were charged and police/high school may have been trying to cover it up. I remember reading about parents being upset that it was likely a lie but that was while it was happening years ago. Some news sites were only talking about how it'll ruin the careers of the players and never really focused on the victim either. It was all pretty fucked up.
here's a a bit on it but theres more you can read up on.
>Here he is discussing how he's a sexual predator.. https://www.nbcnews.com/dateline/video/extended-donald-trump-hot-mic-comments-781665347582?v=railb
Discusses consent and how he was shot down. Says that they let him, which implies consent.
>And here's a reputable news website listing 13 examples of how he's a racist.. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/donald-trump-racist-examples\_n\_56d47177e4b03260bf777e83
He criticized someone that is a minority, so he is racist.
That's not how that works. That's not how any of that works.
Yipes, I'm probably going to regreat commenting on this but, the "let them eat cake" going on in this thread is...unsightly.
I mean, normally I'd say something like "if you've got money to throw at the problem, how about a solution instead of further obstruction?"
Such an appeal would fall on deaf ears, but you know what let me put this out there: There are proven models for curbing and ending homelessness and this isn't one of them. Here's an article that touches on some of those ideas (if you don't like hufpo thats fine, look for a source you do like.) however there are city's in the USA who already have fully functional models and are effectively pulling people up out of homelessness.
Also, while you wage a fight against the homeless keep in mind which kinds of people make up their numbers.
Being a police officer is one of the safest jobs in the country.
The 10 Deadliest Jobs: Deaths per 100,000
1. Logging workers: 128.8 2. Fishers and related fishing workers: 117 3. Aircraft pilot and flight engineers: 53.4 4. Roofers: 40.5 5. Structural iron and steel workers: 37 6. Refuse and recyclable material collectors: 27.1 7. Electrical power-line installers and repairers: 23 8. Drivers/sales workers and truck drivers: 22.1 9. Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers: 21.3 10. Construction laborers: 17.4
Out of approximately one million police and law enforcement personnel, with 126 deaths per year, the death rate for police is 12.6 per hundred thousand.
Most policemen killed on the job die in accidents (mostly auto), not from firearm assault, according to the FBI.
The myth that being a police officer is a super dangerous job compared to others is exactly that, a myth. You also have a higher likelihood of being murdered as a regular citizen working any other job then being a police officer.
That is just one I pulled of google from 2014 there are many others that show the same thing.
If you want one of the safest jobs, become a police officer.
Where is the Republican outrage? Warren is calling them to lose net worth. Obama tried to set a salary limit of $500,000 on banks receiving a bailout, but Republicans were furious at the time. It never passed Congress and was left in the hands of Treasury.
>President Obama has proposed capping compensation for executives at banks that take taxpayer bailout money at $500,000. Republicans hate the idea — a position puts them uncomfortably on the side of people currently about as popular as child-porn producers and subprime mortgage brokers.
>Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl (R-AZ) blamed the “tone deaf” bankers for creating the political environment that allows Obama to call for a cap.
>“Because of their excesses, very bad things begin to happen, like the United States government telling a company what it can pay its employees. That’s not a good thing in America,” Kyl told the Huffington Post.
>“What executives have done is troubling, but it’s equally troubling to have government telling shareholders how much they can pay the executives,” said Sen. Mel Martinez (R-FL).
>Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) said that he is “one of the chief defenders of Obama on the Republican side” for the president’s efforts to reach across the aisle. But, said Inhofe, “as I was listening to him make those statements I thought, is this still America? Do we really tell people how to run [a business], and who to pay and how much to pay?”
>It’s not a novel concept, and it’s one the GOP supports — when applied to welfare recipients, at least. “We demand that welfare recipients do an honest day’s work for their checks. And now, since President Obama laid down the law Wednesday, we demand that the guys who ran our banking system into the ground abide by our pay scales in return for our bailing them out,” writes Harold Meyerson in a column Friday.
Jacob Wohl Accused Of Fabricating Sexual Assault Claim Against Pete Buttigieg
"The report says Wohl and Burkman tried to convince various Republicans to falsely accuse Buttigieg of attacking them, in order to shift the momentum of his presidential campaign."
"One such Republican said Wohl approached him and asked him to accuse Buttigieg of assaulting him while he was drunk. He declined, and later provided the Beast with audio that reportedly corroborated his account.
Eventually, according to the Beast, Wohl and Burkman found their mark: They reportedly created fake social media accounts for a 19-year-old Ferris State University student named Hunter Kelly, and published a Medium post under his name on Monday that described fake allegations of sexual assault."
Beginning to look a lot more like criminal activity
Life hack about divorce: While society has programmed men to leave the house since it is "honorable" and "to protect her", there's no law which implies to do so.
Get a lawyer for heaven's sake.
I don’t think that’s quite true.
> Courts in almost every jurisdiction will pay close attention to situations where a cheating spouse has used a substantial amount of the marital estate conducting the affair, buying gifts for a lover, and/or paying for a hotel or other accommodations.
> In some states where fault is still a factor in divorce proceedings (even where no-fault divorce exists, in some states there is still fault-based divorce that -- when proven -- can impact support or property division) an adulterous relationship can seriously reduce (or even eliminate) the obligation of one spouse to pay alimony to the unfaithful spouse regardless of need. In addition, alimony already in place is often terminated when a spouse or ex-spouse lives with another person.
This article also states that the affair has no effect on settlements as long as they hadn’t carried out the affair in a way that affects the children. Arguably, I think it has.
> Adultery is also unlikely to affect a custody determination so long as the wayward spouse has not carried on the relationship in front of the children or exposed them to inappropriate people or situations during the course of the affair.
For those wondering how, this is the most i could find:
> Shaeri's doctor said the patient has lost 700 pounds (320 kilograms) through a combination of surgery, nutrition and rehabilitation ^1
In addition to what u/lmg00d said, they've been very anti-Semitic in the past. Since telling a man looking for bar mitzvah cards "we don't serve your kind here," they've started stocking for Jewish holidays, but it was only after the president claimed the employee was in the right, then quickly backpedaled after massive outcry.
> Is it publicly traded?
No the New York Post is not publicly traded. They are a subsidiary of News Corp, which trades on the NASDAQ.
News Corp turns a profit but not through the NY Post
>Yet Post has remained unprofitable since Murdoch first purchased it from Dorothy Schiff in 1976—and was on the brink of folding when Murdoch bought it back in 1993, with at least one media report in 2012 indicating that Post loses up to $70 million a year.
Michigander, here. I’m spite of warnings people try to climb on the ice shelves in Lake Michigan and wind up falling in the shafts. Wouldn’t surprise me if people tried climbing out onto this at all. Some people underestimate the lake in summer, but vastly underestimate it in the winter when it is all silent and frozen.
I think they meant this:
Urban Outfitters has a bad track record of them/their suppliers copying small-time artists amd rebranding their designs as original.
Dudes names Dave Salmoni. Go look up his history and the history of the Bowmanville Zoo. Quite a lot has been written about it.
The stuff about Bowmanville in particular is pretty easy to find lots of, since it was just outside of toronto and a pretty big deal a couple years ago
To get you started. here's a summary of the lion bullshit in namibia
Yeah but those whiny conservatives are upset CBS is airing ads for a tv commercial that glorifies punching Richard Spencer, whose words are more or less the material murder, right? Because it's the good fight!?
At some point, an antifa loser is going to sucker punch the wrong person, and get blown away by gunfire.
“I think Euron, he’s not paying that much attention,” Nutter said, explaining that the scene was more about Tyrion appealing to Cersei’s softer side.
Looks like Euron kind of forgot about impregnating Cerseri.
Have you ever seen the guy who lost a bet and had to get breast implants?
Sally Albright is a PR flack who worked for Newt Gingrich and Haley Barbour. she's been caught running bot networks:
How A Twitter Fight Over Bernie Sanders Revealed A Network Of Fake Accounts
the Krassenbros got banned, but she's still shilling away. interesting.
Do you have any source that supports the claim that the judicial system discriminates against men in custody cases?
The majority of child custody cases are settled out of court. In 51% of cases the parents decide that the mother should be the custodial parent. In 29% of cases, there is no third party involvement. In 11% of cases, it is decided during mediation that the mother should have custody. In 5% of cases, the issue is resolved after custody evaluation. Only 4% of child custody cases go to trial. According to source. Is it the judicial system’s fault that fathers choose not to get custody?
It is also dishonest not to mention the fact that women are more likely to be the primary caregivers of children. Just one of many sources you can find on this. Shouldn’t the court favor the parent who has been the most active in their children’s upbringing?
Joe Biden kicked off his campaign at a Comcast executive's house: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/joe-biden-2020-campaign-lobbyist-money_n_5cc111dce4b0764d31dc8586
It would work well.
“In 2002, the Pentagon spent $250 million on a classified U.S. war game called Millennium Challenge. The game envisioned the U.S. Navy facing a coordinated Iranian assault in the Persian Gulf using swarming boats and missiles. The results were so devastating the exercise was suspended and the parameters controversially changed to ensure a U.S. victory: The Iranians sank a total of 16 American ships ― including an aircraft carrier. ”
It's quite old and the links are dying, but when I originally came across this info it was here.
The issue with the stats is that 91% of custody cases aren't settled by courts. It's just agreed by the parents. MRAs then point to the number of fathers with sole custody vs mothers and say "ha, see? gender bias" without pausing to reflect a moment on why this might be the case.
They're not concerned with fathers' relative lack of interest in their children, they just want easy ammunition to prove that the evil feminists have weaponized the courts against men's rights.
Nobody seems to remember Crystal Clanton, their national press person who tweeted "I HATE BLACK PEOPLE" or Clanton's replacement Shialee Grooman, who had Tweeted a few years previously "I am always making racist comments lol" in the middle of using a number of racial and sexual slurs. If you work for ToiletPaper USA, you are probably some sort of Goddamned racist who is too young or oblivious to hide what you really think.
Supposedly a cat walked into a power plant and fucked things up so badly that caused a massive blackout right during the counting process. When things got back to normal, surprise surprise Ergobutt won.
I assume they mistranslated "pack of 358 starved tigers" with "cat".
I hope my analogies help:
I work as project manager and manage projects (obviously...). I began noticing some of the task that I would perform at work were the same task I performed at home.
I had to have the overview of the project, follow up on task, figure out logistics, involve external suppliers etc., you get the picture. The result: him being proud that he did the dishes!
What he didn’t take into consideration was that he did the dishes after I (repeatedly) reminded him. He was able to do the dishes because I had made sure we had all the items necessary for him to perform this task. And that I made sure to buy them last time I went shopping for groceries because I had to keep track of when we were out of said items . And that he didn’t do all the dishes because I had to do some of them in order to cook dinner, as he did the dishes at his leisure. And missed all the pots and pans not directly in his view. And they were not dried or put back in place. Or clean enough.
He would feel accomplishment because he Did The Dishes and if his efforts weren’t good enough I better take over because I was better at that sort of thing anyway.
This blog sums it up very well:
And look up Emotional Labour.
This is one of several articles you can find with a simple Google search that demonstrates, with data, that Bernie Sanders is literally the most popular politician in the United States.
This sounds so much like this cultish thing called Biblical Patriarchy. Have you guys heard of that? It is really big in the homeschool movement where men need to get back to their place in society as leaders and controllers. It is very dangerous imo. When I was married my wife saw this guy named Doug Phillips speak about this at the homeschool conference in Missouri and she brought home so much of his propaganda afterwards. She literally spent $200 on his Biblical patriarchy shit and played the tapes for me and said she wanted me to be more like that guy. I said I didn't like the sound of that guy at all and I think its dangerous to teach our daughters that kind of thing. Turns out I was right and he was fucking his 17 year old nanny. So much for Biblical patriarchy right?
>Over half of the female respondents also found their significant others to be more attractive than their affair partners, but 50 percent said their lovers were in better shape. Similar to the male respondents, women reported that their affair partners listen better and are more passionate than their man at home. And a whopping 89.6 percent of the women indicated that the man they're cheating with makes them feel more appreciated than their significant other.
While this data does not give a definite answer to your question, it does seem women cheat on their attractive partners with less attractive men because they offer something that their own partner can not provide
Yup. They're doing away with marriages so clerks won't catch da gay cooties.
That in addition to their abortion ban and jailing people who seek/perform them.
How come this other huffpost story on Easter eggs tells a different story??
> Jeffree was a fucking 24 year old man 10 years ago talking about a 16 year old's penis.
It's like there's a literal never-ending pit of Jeffree's misdeeds. Every time I think I've heard it all, nope, there's more and worse.
>19 year old James talking to a 17 year old "soliciting underage boys".
I hate to be this serious in a circlejerk forum, but like, that shit has very real consequences (1, 2, 3.) Queer people are disproportionately targeted by statutory rape laws, because minor age gaps involving same-sex sex get read as "predatory gay" versus being understood as normal in straight relationships. I don't care what you think of James Charles, but lending a scrap of credence to this kind of thing is demonstrably bad. It doesn't help actual victims of child sexual abuse. It doesn't enlighten anyone about the nature of pedophilia. It just contributes to the demonization and criminalization of queer people. I know the whole public discourse on CSA and pedophilia is already borked, but I really didn't expect reddit to go in on this kind of absurdist discourse.
HuffPo has a summary of the deposition and a transcript (for those of you who like to read your depositions).
It doesn't just stop there.
With the help of click-driven media, the brand will then shine a huge spotlight on any and all backlash from backwards minded social media accounts with zero online influence. The controversy grows, drawing more ire from bigots until they spin it to make their brand look like a bigger victim of homophobia than the LGBT community itself. This gets so unstoppable that valid criticism of the empty marketing gestures get mixed into the same bag as the homophobia. Targeted consumers then act on spite, throwing their dollars at the brand thinking it does something about the intolerance when it incentivizes companies to fuel the fire even more.
It works the other way around. Chick-fil-A sales went up 12% after the counter boycott in 2012. The same spite conservatives showed towards the backlash works the other way around. Make your brand out to be a victim of 'the wrong side' and the people who think they're right will come out in droves.
Keeping her in a dog cage while starving, raping, and torturing her was OK because their relationship started off kinky /s
>"The way to understand the conservative moral system is to consider a strict father family. The father is The Decider, the ultimate moral authority in the family. His authority must not be challenged. His job is to protect the family, to support the family (by winning competitions in the marketplace), and to teach his kids right from wrong by disciplining them physically when they do wrong. The use of force is necessary and required. Only then will children develop the internal discipline to become moral beings. And only with such discipline will they be able to prosper. And what of people who are not prosperous? They don’t have discipline, and without discipline they cannot be moral, so they deserve their poverty. The good people are hence the prosperous people. Helping others takes away their discipline, and hence makes them both unable to prosper on their own and function morally.
>If it wasn’t Pride month, would it be less of an issue?
No. But the issue here was about Trump pretending to support Pride Month while doing shit like this.
The new information is that Cohen gave NY federal prosecutors information regarding Haney. Perhaps the most intriguing part of previous reporting is the Qatar connection.
>Billionaire Franklin Haney, who is a member at Mar-a-Lago, said Trump brought an official of Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund over to his table in the restaurant of the golf resort in early 2018. Haney said the president introduced the men and praised Haney’s planned project to finish a nuclear power plant in Alabama, which needed billions of investment dollars, the news website reported last week.
>...Haney eventually began talking with the Qataris after Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen “inserted himself” into the project, he said, according to the Memphian. Cohen was “treated like royalty” by the Qataris, who wanted to develop close ties to the president, Haney said.
>The Wall Street Journal reported that Haney agreed to pay Cohen $10 million if he could nail down money for the deal (see the video above), including a $5 billion loan from the U.S. government. Haney said he paid Cohen about $200,000 and was willing to give him $5 million strictly to land a deal with the Qataris — but not regarding the U.S. money.
All the actors on this series were so strong. Vince and Peter had an embarrassment of riches in them all. Sharon Bialy and Sherry Thomas did the casting for BB. They knocked it out of the park.
A decent article about the casting: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/breaking-bad-casting-things_n_562e9665e4b0c66bae59182b
Let me guess, it's the Proud Boys, who are on record as wanting to instigate violence in Providence and hurt/kill those who disagree with them?
Modern day brownshirts.
A Lot of people are making the mistake of thinking this is about "unborn babies". This isn't about babies of any kind. This is about the control over women. These are the same folks who want to end birthcontrol and for the same reason.
They are not proposing prenatal care or doing anything about the high rate of women who die during childbirth.
>It was estimated that in 2015, a total of 303,000 women died due to causes related to pregnancy or childbirth. The majority of these causes were either severe bleeding, sepsis, eclampsia, labor that had some type of obstruction, and consequences from unsafe abortions.
They are not doing anything about the high infant mortality rate.
They are not doing anything about the placement of unwanted children.
>Abortion Denied: Consequences for Mother and Child
So don't fall for that pro life lie. This is about barefoot and pregnant has nothing to do with saving anybodies life.