There was an /r/bestof post earlier this week about a creepy daycare in Salt Lake City. It was incredibly interesting and a bit frightening when people started threatening OP if he didn't stop researching the place. It got a bit wild and the threads were deleted from /r/bestof and /r/SaltLakeCity.
Here's a link that summarizes what went down.
Edit: Seems the OP was deleted but I was able to find this using the wayback machine.
I don't think its the most recent but if someone has a more recent one I can edit it in.
She said it was a brilliant day, actually.
It's easy to make a moment look quite different from reality when you take away the context. A photo doesn't always tell the whole story. Keep that in mind while following news.
> Uwe, learning that he wasn't fighting a midget, asked for my age, height, weight, and fighting experience. I e-mailed this information, along with the reassurance that the Holocaust survivors got together and agreed he was the worst thing to come out of Germany.
We didn't have a 'karma score' (thanks, Slashdot) in mind from the start, but once we added voting it was clear that we needed some way to encourage people to keep submitting thing and a leaderboard with karma scores was the solution.
(This was a much more novel thing back in 2005). People would tell us the site was broken within minutes because they could tell their karma scores hadn't changed fast enough - they were obsessed with it.
NFL.com Profile is already 404-ing. They work fast.
Archived profile here.
Edit: that Budweiser commercial is as good as pulled too.
Looks like damage control has started. Here's the wording on their website with the $500 bad review policy:
>Please know that despite the fact that wedding couples love Hudson and our Inn, your friends and families may not. This is due to the fact that your guests may not understand what we offer - therefore we expect you to explain that to them. USGH & Hudson are historic. The buildings here are old (but restored). Our bathrooms and kitchens are designed to look old in an artistic "vintage" way. Our furniture is mostly hip, period furniture that you would see in many design magazines. (although comfortable and functional - obviously all beds are brand new) If your guests are looking for a Marriott type hotel they may not like it here.
>Therefore: If you have booked the Inn for a wedding or other type of event anywhere in the region and given us a deposit of any kind for guests to stay at USGH there will be a $500 fine that will be deducted from your deposit for every negative review of USGH placed on any internet site by anyone in your party and/or attending your wedding or event If you stay here to attend a wedding anywhere in the area and leave us a negative review on any internet site you agree to a $500. fine for each negative review. (Please NOTE we will not charge this fee &/or will refund this fee once the review is taken down). Also, please note that we only request this of wedding parties and for the reasons explained above.
The italicized portion has since been removed.
I wouldn't be so sure. Archive.org has 28 captures from 10 Sep 06 - 9 Jan 14 and they are all the same. They appear to have only changed the website in the last few months; though perhaps this is a bug with the wayback machine?
Regarding their Twitter: 1 tweet in 2008, 1 tweet in 2009, A handful of unrelated tweets in 2010 and 2011. Only in 2012 onwards is there even the hint of a prototype.
Their facebook is much the same, only picking up at the start of 2012.
They mention CES a few times (and the site talks about E3) but I didn't find anything on a cursory search.
Tl;dr Not saying it's vapourware or they can't be trusted but just be careful and wait for the reviews to come in
I want to add that this project has been much worse. Just a couple months ago their slogan was "WiFi for the World from Outer Space" (seriously, they said their system would work on all WiFi devices) with deployment of first satellites June 2014.
They say they've finished a technical assessment, yet they haven't published it anywhere. Even their employees don't even seem to know what's going on.
They're completely ignoring all hurdles against this, and when asked just give vague answers, or saying that "it'll be worked out."
This project will either keep being scaled down until it's worthless, or it'll never get launched.
I would highly advise against funding this project.
That video was uploaded by the CTIA's YouTube channel.
If you google them you'll find a very strange-looking Wikipedia page that's been basically scrubbed. But this is what it said as of December 12, 2013:
>CTIA – The Wireless Association is an industry trade group that represents the international wireless telecommunications industry. Its members include cellular, personal communication services and enhanced specialized mobile radio providers and suppliers, and providers and manufacturers of wireless data services and products. CTIA originally stood for Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association, and, between 2000 and 2004, as the Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association.
It comes as no surprise that they randomly happened to get a bunch of people who were opposed to Title II.
Christina Love is only threatening not to judge because she pays Mattie Brice via Patreon.
Would you look at that.
Also her page is now private so she tried to hide this nice little fact from people.
I wonder how they feel about judge collusion or financial connections between judges ?
It also looks like he is continually changing the rankings. See the 2010 ranking from 2012.
Paul George has been moved up from 10 to 6 already, but Cole Aldrich is at 12 (14 in 2010 and 2014) and Avery Bradley is at 14 (16 in 2010 and 12 currently)
Keep in mind the policy was in place dating as far back as October 27th, 2012. You can tell by looking at the website snapshot in October 2012 on the internet archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20121027103745/http://www.unionstreetguesthouse.com/events_weddings.shtml
Scroll down until you see where it mentions reviews and the $500 charge. Must have been a long running joke.
It would certainly explain her intelligence, the only problem is that Rowling has explicitly denied it. :(
td;dr: Owner of Buttcoin.org sells site to ButterflyLabs' VP of marketing, Jeff Ownby. BFL then proceeds to change all BFL-critical articles into positive ones.
October 2012 is when it was added
The page was modified 6 times before removing the $500 penalty for leaving negative reviews.
You guys think adding Kotaku trying to buy reddit mods a couple years ago on r/wow/ is worth adding? To show more shit on Gawker?
> Google cache never forgets! (webcache.googleusercontent.com)
Google Cache forgot! Motherf--.....
I need some kind of mirrored link for my Facebook feed, stat. This kind of ignorance needs to be mocked worldwide.
Edit: All is saved! All praise be to the Wayback Machine. I'd assumed this was a recent article but it looks like it was published way back in 2011?!
I'm calling bullshit on this blatant misinformation that's been spreading around lately.
Here's the EULA from November 2011: https://web.archive.org/web/20111102174926/http://www.minecraft.net/terms
>Any tools you write for the game from scratch belongs to you. You're free to do whatever you want with screenshots and videos of the game, but don't just rip art resources and pass them around, that's no fun. Plugins for the game also belong to you and you can do whatever you want with them, including selling them for money.
This was altered in later versions of the page. Now it reads:
>Any tools you write for the Game from scratch belong to you. . Modifications to the Game ("Mods") (including pre-run Mods and in-memory Mods) and plugins for the Game also belong to you and you can do whatever you want with them, as long as you don‘t sell them for money / try to make money from them
Note that there isn't a single mention of the word "server" on the page, either, aside from the statement about not redistributing the server jar.
Here are the drastically different current terms, last updated in December of 2013, according to the top of the page: https://account.mojang.com/documents/minecraft_eula
Every single one of these additions to the terms came later on. It's patently false to say that any of the things in the new EULA have "always" been that way.
I'm not sure whether Mojang officially started this meme, or if it was one of their employees speaking in an unofficial capacity. But someone is engaging in some serious revisionist history.
For those interested in playing Daikatana and seeing just how terrible it is (hint: worse than you can imagine) there is a <strong>"fan" patch</strong>... somehow.
It enables 16:9 resolutions, FOV changing and anisotropic filtering all of which are very nice things indeed.
If you instead want to admire the trainwreck from a comfortable distance, Geoff Keighley did a <strong>"Behind the Games" feature</strong> on it. it's quite a long read but well worthwhile.
Here is reddit in 2008.
As you can see it used to be almost completely about what's going on in the world. There are pictures here and there but it's obviously much different. Most notably - the front page isn't flooded with memes.
Anyway, there's not much more I can say that you can't explore and find out by yourself. That site, The Internet Archive Wayback Machine allows you to see how much the internet has changed over the years.
Both symbols were popularized by political cartoonist Thomas Nast in one of his more famous cartoons. Take a look here
The choice of the elephant to represent Republicans was rather arbitrary. The choice of the donkey to represent Democrats has its roots with President Andrew Jackson, whose political opponents called him a "jackass" for various reasons. Jackson took it as a compliment and would use the image of a donkey on his campaign posters. It was quite fitting, considering his stubbornness.
Neither party had actually chosen those animals to represent themselves, but the popularity of the cartoon lead to the eventual adoption of those animals.
Here is the actual reference material cited by the fairly useless Wikipedia article that is only tangentially related to the intelligence of the Gray Parrot in particular.
Before collateral murder wikileaks hosted thousands of documents from all over the world. In fact it looked similar to wikipedia for all the content it hosted. While doing good work, it generated relativity little publicity. When they received the bombshell that were to become the Manning Leaks, the entire uncensored, non-propagandist, historical truth of the Iraq War and US foreign policy, they cleared the site and redesigned it to highlight individual stories with global significance, mostly regarding the US from mining this unprecedented source of primary information.
The documents from other countries were archived and made available on bit-torrant and wikileaks mirrors and remain available. It's also worth mention that when wikileaks was exposing scandals in non US countries, the US state dept. commended the sites work in bring the corrupt to justice and journalistic integrity.
So to answer your question, I'll quote Bill Hicks "all governments are liars and murderers" Russia, China, European governments are all detached, career politician shits. Same as the US and any other country. Patriotism does not protect any country from having shitbag politicians for leaders, and we need courageous journalism to hold their feet to the fire and make them accountable for their actions from time to time before shit gets out of control from a civic standpoint.
This will chap your hide:
>We are also anxious to see the church offer assurances about the position with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs of members and former members who now feel, as we do, that our tithing and other offerings were obtained by the church under false pretenses. For every pound paid to the church by LDS members in the UK who, (following leadership counsel), have availed themselves of Deeds of Covenant and Gift Aid, £0.20 has been added by the British Taxpayer to the church’s bank accounts. The sum paid out by HMRC in this connection must now amount to tens of millions of pounds. It is understood that in most cases the resulting tax rebates made to individuals, were handed over to the church at its request. We seek an assurance from the church therefore, that in the event that at some future time these payments made by HMRC will be deemed to have been fraudulently obtained, the LDS church will offer immunity to those individuals, and ensure that such sums as were rebated will be returned with the due interest to HMRC.
From the joint statement by the two plaintiffs in the case.
Whether or not you agree in the church's right to teach what it will, you, the British tax payer are making a 20% matched donation to a church that insists on tithing payment, or no eternal happiness.
Late edit: here's a page they've taken down with a calculator that makes it easy to calculate.
https://web.archive.org/web/20120306055140/http://www.lds.org.uk/member-area/gift-aid/. The LDS church is quite happy to streamline tax rebates into their coffers.
> "I'm sitting here figuring, like, I know I should be failing this class," he recalled.
> Lawrence got terrible grades on his tests and needed help from his teacher. He got it, but just not the way he thought. Lawrence showed the I-Team his homework scores.
> "I could go through here and circle anything," Lawrence explained. "I just gave it to him, and he would say, 'You did it. You got 100%,' and he told us you get 100% for attempting the homework, not for if you did it right."
> Either way, it worked. All those 100's on the homework offset the tests he bombed.
> "I went to withdraw, because of what was going on," Lawrence said. "It seemed like they did everything they could to keep me from making that decision."
It's no real secret that Stormfront actively brigades reddit. They have a "script" that they generally stick to, with some riffs.
Looks like back in July it was still red. So if it's any teaser at all it must be a really old one.
Why do you think? So somebody else can't.
They use Com Laude for their domains, and Jagex owns at least 1700 domains. Com Laude is like Markmonitor, they automatically register similar domain names to the ones you have trademarked. They probably don't even know they own it.
Also, F*ckjagex.net used to redirect to F*ckjagex.com, which was apparently a very active Runescape hacking and phishing site (archived). That later redirected to fjforum.org, which Jagex now owns as well. They either won all of the domains with copyright claims, which seems most likely, or registered them when they dropped.
According to this post from somebody who claims to be an ex admin on the site, their site(s) ended up closing for legal reasons.
He doesn't just stay with it out of convenience. He has actually gone on record defending Scientology. > > "There's nothing fantastical [about scientology] just a real deep grassroots concerted effort for humanitarian causes. It's unbelievable the stuff they are doing...they have free centres all over the place for poor kids. They have the number one drug rehabilitation programme in the entire world."
Holy shit. Take a look at https://web.archive.org/web/20140226001727/http://blog.magicaltux.net/2010/06/27/php-can-do-anything-what-about-some-ssh/
There Mark speaks about his ssh implementation. Take a look at comments.
Congratulations, you have made the least secure implementation ever. Even your D-H key exchange has several well known vulnerabilities.
The email address of hacker is
Who the fuck is nanashi?
During the Runescape classic era, there was a bug which led to duping through a third-party application known as AutoRune. I think it was Kaitnieks (one of the creators of AutoRune) who was offered lifetime membership to help Andrew fix the bug that was causing all of the mayhem. Kaitnieks agreed to help, they got everything fixed and when all was said and done Kaitnieks was ip banned. Typical Fagex
edit: It was Dylock that got banned and not Kaitnieks that got banned. If anyone wants to read about this more here are some places you can find more info: http://rsl.ma.cx/ https://web.archive.org/web/20100302201952/http://games.infoseka.lt/scamming.html
Seriously you are going to fire back at him saying that the supposed slander he is stating is illegal. That is incredible especially since everything he stated was true at the time of the post.
Why not go check the cache of your page, it clearly shows you not citing him when you first released the post. The best part is that he included the web archive just incase you got caught and tried to sneak the citation in.
Everything he stated is and will continue to be true at the time of the post.
IF you had corrected your website and just came here saying sorry I would have been fine with it. However you decided it would be best to come here call him a liar and at the same time try to add the link back quietly. The decision to take these steps to try and protect your reputation is quite appalling. Thank you for helping me make up my mind about whether it was a mistake or intentionally done, you clearly proved the decision made to copy.
No, Rex Eric is a different cannibal from New Guinea. He was from the Finschhafen District in Morobe Province and ate his 3 year old daughter in Oct 2013.
The one with the image is from the Western province and the guy ate his 1 week old adopted son in Feb 2011.
I joined on the 17th of december, 2012, and some posts on the front page were:
When I found gas prices at $2.83 per gallon..
My friends dressed up for the hobbit premiere.
Why 2012 was the best year ever: never in the history of the world has there been less hunger, less disease and more prosperity
l0l I forgot all about that link. It's funny to look back at that. All the old rosters and stuff. Blast from the past or what!
>Having been brought up immersed in the doctrine of the ultra-conservative Christian Right, as I gained some inkling of the atrocities and injustice being carried out in my name across the globe, I was shocked. I felt betrayed by not just my government but by the media, my education and my family. I had been systematically misinformed, deceived and lied to all my life. So as someone born and raised in the United States of America I decided to make some changes. Today, two years later, I am an activist, a jammer, a vegetarian, a dissident detective, an info warrior, and a guerrilla artist. I ride a bicycle everywhere. I shut off my TV. I no longer buy things I don't need and I built this web site.
This site is pure gold.
>Android operates at the lower end of the market, as demonstrated by its absolute crushing dominance in Africa, Asia and South America.
Top end sales are comparable.
The SGS3 and iPhone 5 both took 9.5 months to reach 50 million sales, and the Note line (which is compatible with the SGS line) adds another couple million sales to that.
From 29 May 2012 to 14 March 2013 (9.5 months) the SGS3 sold over 50 million units.
From 21 September 2012 to 5 July 2013, (9.5 months) the iPhone 5 sold 55.75 million units.
Going through the cached pages on archive.org you can see more gender diversity.
Dec 10, 2013 >The recent snapshot of our staff profile was taken out of context. We have employed men and women from varied backgrounds and all age ranges over the years and a snapshot at other times painted a different picture.
"Just watched the first episode of Firefly and I wasn't impressed... it felt like another typical machofest... 8:39 PM Feb 25th from web"
"it'd be interesting to see a critic of the television show 'Angel' as homophobic... especially compared to its counterpart Buffy. 10:37 AM Feb 22nd from web"
Good thing Joss went to bat for her, HUH? :D
9 Year Club checking in.
Top post had 24 upvotes and comments didn't exist yet.
My favorite is that Mobile Phone as Home Computer? is on the front page.
Looks like they took the policy off: https://web.archive.org/web/20140414161828/http://unionstreetguesthouse.com/events_weddings.shtml
Compare to: http://unionstreetguesthouse.com/events_weddings.shtml
This report says a crowd chased him to the police station where he started eating the baby again.
Edit: Why am I being downvoted for providing a source?
HAH wow I can see why. The crazy is strong with this one.
EDIT: apparently google cache does forget, but archive.org doesnt https://web.archive.org/web/20140917152546/http://foodbabe.com/2012/07/30/why-its-time-to-throw-out-your-microwave/
> For the experiment pictured above, microwaved water produced a similar physical structure to when the words “satan” and “hitler” were repeatedly exposed to the water.
Played on one of the best Counterstrike 1.6 teams in 2005. Were 8-1 in the top league before losing in overtime to the #1 team in the country which was a top 3 team in the world. Below is the post i made in /r/counterstrike
https://web.archive.org/web/20050525235149/http://www.gotfrag.com/cs/news/3429/ I, IceCream, was on team Underestimated with zid, BiRDY, VandaL, Pure (michael), cbfx, and others i cant think of due to roster changes and inactives. We were 8-1 in cal-invite. We had recently defeated team3D in CEVO-P and on this night we were attempting to finally defeat compLexity, the only top team in the country we hadn't defeated in league play. It was a valiant effort with a 2nd half comeback and overtime. I wish i had the demo. Good times and I thought I'd share my fond memories for those who were around back then. Edit : the comments button on that link works!! So fun for me. we had fans!!
>if that screenshot is legitimate, which I doubt it is, it took place before I became a moderator, so I couldn't answer regardless.
All of what you just said there is false. Let me break it down.
This is one of the images of /r/news captured by the wayback machine on July 15, 2013:
The formatting is different on the web archive, but you can clearly see in the sidebar a section for that says "submit nsa/prism/snowden article" and if you hover over the text, you'll see that it re-directs to the /r/inthenews submission form.
You'll also note that you're listed as a moderator. This is because you were added to the /r/news moderation team on June 14, 2013, 31 days before the screenshot in question.
>It lacks integrity. (speaking about Intel)
Yeah.... coming from gawker that's fucking rich.
And since no has linked you yet, here it is: The Story of Her Holding an Orange.
Edit: And also, as far as I can recall, the last update wasn't "removed" - the title was the last update, and I don't recall there being any significant text aside from that. I highly recommend buying the book and reading the rest of Milos's experiences, though - they're all incredible!
Edit II: Yeah, absolutely nothing was removed from the last entry (spoilers in the title, though, for those of you who haven't read it yet).
I'm guessing affiliate link abuse. The most recent Wayback Machine snapshot, taken on April 27th, has a message in the sidebar:
> Affiliate tags in links are allowed. We find this to be encouraging quality posting. If you wish a small percentage of your purchase value would go to a charity instead of our posters, replace the "tag=xxxxx" attribute of Amazon links with one of these approved charity tags before making your purchases: [censored]
The affiliate link shown may or may not benefit the charity that was linked.
TL;DR Probably affiliate link abuse.
Your statistics are incorrect. You're looking at download statistics for Bukkit the API. Servers don't download Bukkit. Developers are the only people who download Bukkit.
What you should be looking at is CraftBukkit, the server itself. According to archive.org's copy of dl.bukkit.org, the latest Recomended build actually has 2,250,233 downloads.
Downloads are often duplicated, so that's hardly a reliable metric, especially with how long that recommended build has been out, and the sheer number of servers and players. So, to look at how many servers actually use CraftBukkit, let's look at some of their snooper data. It's been a while since they've released snooper data, but I believe http://lab.xpaw.me/snoop.html uses the latest. So if nothing else, 1 1/2 years ago, 82% of servers were running CraftBukkit.
I don't really want to make uninformed projectures, but I think it's safe to say that your numbers and statistics are somewhat misleading. You also don't even consider or mention the number of accounts that actively play minecraft anymore, or even the people who don't play multiplayer. Basing the number of people who have ever played on a Bukkit server on the number of downloads Bukkit received for a single release is also a bit of a stretch, especially consider how feature-lacking minecraft multiplayer once was.
In all honesty, I think it's fair to say that a significant number of minecraft players who have played minecraft multiplayer on PC played on a Bukkit server at one time or another, whether it was a massive server network like Hypixel or a home hosted server with a few friends. It's been a fun project, and I'm glad I could be a part of it.
EDIT: They're -> They've
Very cool, two slots behind /u/AaronSw. Remember when the biggest drama on reddit were rewriting from LISP to Python, or how Digg was a bigger rival?
Anyway, here's your archive page.
Oh and does anyone want to actually see some of what's on that list?
I have to use web archive because they've completely deleted the thread and every comment in it. Proof.
/u/BipolarBear0 is never genuine.
This is one that I was able to find, but that people were debating if it even existed at one point.
There was this really, really fucked up creepypasta on the wiki for said creepypastas in 2012... I think it lasted a few months before being deleted for rule violation (torture, child pornography, assorted other stuff). I happened to find it during that time, read it, declare "oh shit, what the fuck," and run away from it, later forgetting it existed.
About a month back, I stumbled upon a thread on /x/ or something where they were debating whether or not it existed. I got a chuckle out of that one.
EDIT: Here it is. Enter at your own risk.
> He died due to a previously unknown neurotoxin which was present in his main source of foraged carbs - a plant which everyone previousky believed was completely safe to eat.
According to this:
> But [Into the Wild] was published before the seeds' testing was completed by Dr. Thomas Clausen, the chair of the chemistry and biochemistry department at UAF. "I was hoping it was true," says Clausen, in his lab on campus. "It would have made a good story. But the scientific results worked against my biases. I tore that plant apart. There were no toxins. No alkaloids. I'd eat it myself."
It is the will of Zedruu that you have this... steaming pile of manure.
I want you to have it. It doesn't stink so much, does it?
I will be over here, drawing cards.
That thread yesterday was a real battlefield. I knew /r/Europe was targeted by right-wing extremists but I had no idea there were so many of them.
If you honestly believe that, your university owes you your money back.
All the primary sources from the period - from the private diaries of senior Party officials to his public and private speeches - indicate that Hitler was fully aware of the holocaust taking place. Not only the camps, but the death squads in Eastern Europe, which he explicitly and directly approved. Go read the expert testimony submitted during the lipstad trial if you want a good evidence of what professional historians believe.
On the economy; yes, the German economy improved under the Nazis: the improvement was largely, however, a replica of the policies that succeeded in other countries, such as the United States, and didn't make Germany the "biggest one the world knew" - the U.S. has had the largest economy since the mid-19th century, followed by Germany and the U.K. in the first half of the 20th. Moreover, they were largely implemented by Schacht, not Hitler. You can argue that Hitler was too busy to have possibly known about the holocaust, or you can argue that Hitler had the free time to personally let him claim credit for the German economic policy, not both.
TL:DR: consider the possibility that when the "many" who don't agree with you consist of almost every professional historian on the planet, and your counter-basis is "I'm a history student in Florida and we talked about WW2 recently", you might not have the specialisation to be right. Further consider the possibility that you should probably try to make sure you're at least arguably right before blithely going off on one about genocide-induced societal trauma.
They sure have. They did that over twelve years years ago with edition 28, and have been updating it ever since. They are up to edition 39 now, although the books are up to edition 42.
> THROWDOWN WITH BOBBY FLAY: the object of which is to allow every web-fingered geek with a backyard grill--or half-mad muffin maker to proclaim, “I beat Bobby Flay at makin’ barbeque!” at the heart-warming end of show--before returning to tend their meth labs.. I watched poor Bobby battle to a draw recently in some bogus Southwestern “Chili Face-Off.” Now…does ANYONE actually believe that Bobby Flay can’t make a better chili than a supermarket ground beef bearing amateur? I don’t. It’s a cruel exercise in humiliation. A variation on “Dunk Bozo” or “Shoot The Geek,” at the carnival...
From a since-deleted, fantastically caustic blog post where he rips the Food Network about six new holes.
They used to list the infractions that caused the bans, for some of the older lifetime bans (>3 years) you can check this https://web.archive.org/web/20110311024459/http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dci/suspended
I don't suppose there's a mirror available? I just get a "bandwidth restricted" message...
edit: Just to go ahead and answer my own question, it turns out archive.org took a snapshot.
> The fish stinks from the head, as we say.
I was at the counter-demonstration in Leipzig. What they say is one thing, but the local organizer and main speaker is a vendor of Nazi memorabilia. Here's an article from 2009 (so, not connected to X-gida) describing what he had tried to sell:
> Zum Beispiel ein Hakenkreuz, das auf einem Sockel stand, mit Hakenkreuzen versehene Hitler-, Himmler- und Goebbels-CDs sowie als geschmackloser Höhepunkt ein Paar Originalschuhe aus dem KZ Mauthausen.
For example a swastika fixed on a pedestal, swastika decorated Hitler, Himmler and Goebbels CDs, and as a climax of tastelessness a pair of original shoes from the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Or take the Pegida founder himself. He got deported from South Africa, where he had lived under an assumed identity to dodge the jail sentence that he had been given in Germany for the 16 burglaries he was convicted of. When he got out of jail, he went on to sell cocaine. Now he holds speeches about "criminal foreigners".
Saying "we're entirely reasonable concerned citizens, not racists, promised!" just won't cut it.
Wow you're a gentleman and a scholar m8, nice job
Also is that the same Penny Arcade that published this
"King of Fighters XIII PC improves online play, doesn’t improve casual racism, sexism"
"Jeff and I met in Kansas City during a "tournament" between all the cities in a nationally franchised improv show called ComedySportz when we were younger. I was part of the Milwaukee team, Jeff was on the Los Angeles team. When I moved to L.A., we kept running into each other at bars until we surrendered to fate and became friends."
One, as /u/BleuDuke said, he promised a manuscript by 2015, not a published edition.
Two, he isn't writing a memoir, and he's not doing it out of the kindness of his heart. He had little to no interest beforehand, even mild contempt. This is a business venture capitalizing on a current crisis and there's nothing wrong with that. He's already committed thousands of words to the subject and it's really just a matter of putting those words together in a cohesive and intelligent manner, expanding on subjects he's already written about. I'm quite sure he'll put together a respectable account, and i don't think if he waited until 2016 that anyone outside of GG's core would bother buying it.
> There are no official standards on where to place the euro symbol. In English text, the usual practice is to place the symbol "€" before the amount in figures, i.e. € 100. In French text, the symbol is usually placed after the amount in figures, i.e. 100 €.
doesn't matter, it was done in spain and it wasnt a protest.
>hundreds of people took to the streets in Cabeza de Torres for watching the carnival show full of light and sound that greeted the streets of the town despite the cold .
In 1989, Ole Bentzen, a Danish audiologist, died laughing while watching A Fish Called Wanda. His heart was estimated to have beaten at between 250 and 500 beats per minute, before he succumbed to cardiac arrest, also causing his sides split.
> Beginning in 2010, the song has been performed live; first by Taio Cruz, then in 2011 by Cee Lo Green and in 2012 by Train. However, Green received criticism for changing the lyric "and no religion too" to "and all religion's true", resulting in an immediate backlash from fans who believed that he had disrespected Lennon's legacy by changing the lyrics of his most iconic song. Green defended the change by saying it meant to represent "a world [where you] could believe what [you] wanted".
Way to fuck up a nice song..
Here's an archive of the GoFundMe page that was taken down if anyone was looking for it. https://web.archive.org/web/20130609005512/http://www.gofundme.com/34xvr8?
I can't believe the stupid parents were asking for $700/mo for living expenses from strangers for their daughter. I can understand help paying for medical bills.. but breaking it down all the way to food/phone/toiletries? Give me a break.
The only thing these buffoons are trying to pump is the number of naive individuals trying to join their groupthink chat
notice how the OP /u/battlearmor567 in this post
posts the exact same way as /u/bitcoinbravo using the double hyphens.
nice shill attempt though.
Edit: OP deleted his comment, I think OP is /u/bitcoinbravo. How pathetic of him...
Most meaningful answers in Lost were phoned in/left unexplained. Here's an article that pretty much sums up why I turned on Lost.
There are literally only 8,756 Jews left in Iran, down from 80,000+ in 1979.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has persecuted the Persian Jewish minority for decades.
Are we supposed to stop talk about that because they they have "Token Jew" seats in their parliament and are building a few monuments for fallen Jewish soldiers?
Counting raw vulnerabilities is a horrible metric it greatly penalizes Firefox which works in the open. This means that employee found security flaws are counted against us but not IE. This likely applies to Chrome as well. I don't know Google's Policy on this as they have an internal bug tracker as well as the Chromium project tracker.
If you're interested, you can take a look at unidan's old user page via archive.org.
Lots of people (looking at you, /r/circlejerk) love to hate unidan now, but I'll always remember him fondly, he was reddit's excited biologist, you could summon him by just mentioning his username, and he would always have a couple informative paragraphs, and some weird interesting facts about any biology question you might have
The same thing that happened to "Starbound is going to make it out in 2013 no matter what. But by preordering you help it get here even faster."
NSFW (Should be kind of obvious since this whole thread is NSFW)
Yes. Handling large quantities of the powder in an industrial setting can cause or exacerbate asthma.
> Even though I still think it's a bad site overall, at least they are (sometimes) receptive to suggestions.
That vulnerability has been there for almost <em>eight years</em>. I reported it to them more than once and so did other people. I think "sometimes receptive" is vastly overstating how much they give a shit about fucking over newbies.
And like bravadomizzou said, you can't just wrap it in mysql_real_escape_string and be secure. That code is still a security hole waiting to happen.
Have you seen 30 Days of Night? The movie wasn't all that memorable to me, but I remember thinking much the same thing as you just said. The vampires in this movie aren't sparkly. They aren't sexy. They don't turn into bats. They're just stone cold hungry killers. I thought that made the movie's horror that much more effective.
Probably not coincidentally, it was also originally a comic book.
Since this was posted elsewhere as well: https://web.archive.org/web/20130611125338/http://www.reddit.com/r/restorethefourth/
You can see by this that if you go back BipolarBear0 is not one of the original moderators.
Before Gradient, Web Design was like this (first site I designed): https://web.archive.org/web/19961112102516/http://www.nhl.com/
Remember the "distressed' font fad of the '90s? Or were you still in short pants?
Point is, when you've been designing for 40 years, you see styles come and go. Sometimes for good reason; sometimes just 'cuz.
Apparently, they have already heavily edited what they originally wrote.
There actually was an account called /u/NaiveCollegeLiberal that did just that. Unfortunately he appears to have been shadowbanned and so you can't see his post history, but here's an example of one of his posts that was upvoted to the front page.
EDIT: I looked him up in the Internet Archive, some of those comments are hilarious: https://web.archive.org/web/20121201030952/http://www.reddit.com/user/NaiveCollegeLiberal
Wayback machine link to the blog; just to stand as a testament that "Delete" is not the same as "I'm sorry, I was wrong":
I think his own quote is quite damning:
Behold, mine eyes see and know all their works, and I have in reserve a swift judgment in the season thereof, for them all.” Doctrine and Covenants 121:24
The wording of your post implies that before California employers had to pay their servers $9/hr that they had to pay them only $2.13/hr.
Do note that before the $9/hr requirement it was $8/hr (i.e. the state-wide minimum wage).
Your same link, snap-shotted a few months ago shows the $8 figure.
In other words, it's always been the case that tippable employees in California receive minimum wage disregarding tips.
So these aren't "recent changes", so we've always had whatever you consider to be "societal obligations" to tip even though they've been getting enough income. (By "enough" here I mean whatever minimum you would require to change tipping policy in society)
This way predates /r/CFB. According to the website the guys thought it up in the 1980s. Check the Internet Archive for the site: the earliest versions are from 2007 whereas /r/CFB was not created until September 2008.
Da, m-am gândit. De-asta m-am uitat la istoricul paginii de Wikipedia. Varianta inițială (adăugată în Wikipedia în 2006) a avut mai multe corecturi de la diverși membri până să ajungă cea actuală din Wikipedia și situl PSD.
De exemplu, prima variantă de pe Wikipedia folosea cuvântul "salar" care a fost corectat în "salariu" de cineva ulterior.
Apoi, pagina asta de pe situl PSD a fost adăugată abia în 2013 -- ce mai veche versiune găsită pe archive.org este din mai 2013.
>That is why I said /r/theredpill of the past. /r/theredpill of the past rarely paid attention to women
I'm sick of red pillers repeating this lie, so check this out y'all. That's /r/theredpill as it was when it was just 2 months old. All the formatting is non-existent but you can still see post titles such as:
>How the feminine imperative “just happens”.
>"Here we see an all too common theme of the feminine imperative; using men to settle a score between women."
>Catfights over hand bags and tears in the toilets. - the story of a 100% women company
>"Women willfully create the beta class of men, and willfully keep them in the dark about there even being another class, and work hard to deny class mobility.... they make a coordinated concerted effort to do so, and strongly oppose any countermeasures."
>Why women lose the dating game - Mainstream article about hypergamy and SMV
>The Decline Of American Women
>Ethnicity and Female Self-Entitlement
>"Post-feminist, 21st-century Western [..] casual sort of intimacy [..] was not working for me." [...] what you see now is the expectation of a new appreciation for her insight which was prompted by her need, not a genuine introspective.
ALL OF WHICH ARE ABOUT WOMEN.
i would have given you a link to the wayback machine but I "don't have permission to access /wanted/topten/ on this server."
edit: oh wait found one... https://web.archive.org/web/20101013035643/http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten/usama-bin-laden
It's half-true and the guy was state senator James Alesi but he eventually withdrew the lawsuit:
"In January 2008, Alesi illegally entered an unfinished Perinton home, claiming he believed the house was for sale, and broke his leg while climbing a ladder. The front door was locked, but Alesi managed to gain entry through an unlocked back door. He did not have permission from either the builder or the homeowners to enter the house. The owners and builder declined to press charges for trespassing. On January 18, 2011, the same day the statute of limitations for any potential trespassing charges expired, Alesi filed a lawsuit against the owners and the builder alleging an unsafe environment at the home site."
Here's another (safe for work). In this case, the strap+ball disconnected from a vehicle being towed off the back of a truck, causing it to propel forward at extreme velocity. The ball dented the shit out of the back of the truck and ended up sailing through the rear window into the cab. Probably would have killed the passenger if someone had been sitting there.
Here's another near-miss where part of the jeep being towed is ripped off and comes back like a missile, puncturing the driver's seat and windshield. Thankfully the force of the strap snapping caused him to shift in his seat--the only reason it didn't go right through him.
"RPGFANATICS PROUDLY SUPPORTS ISIS"
Ahahaha that image swap is outstanding. Not only were they stealing content but also hotlinking LOL
>I spend most of my time doing anti-capitalistic, feminist, or fat-positive activism
Does that mean you're unemployed?
>Also, I advise reading this
Well she sounds just fucking delightful. I absolutely love to hang out with people who want to control every aspect of my interaction with them, up to and including my thoughts. It would be so much fun to navigate the enormous minefield of unstable emotions and triggers and oppreshuns she has.
And then when the evening is over, I will tell her to put the lotion in the basket.
> "I don't sleep right," Harry said. He waved his hands helplessly. "My sleep cycle is twenty-six hours long, I always go to sleep two hours later, every day. I can't fall asleep any earlier than that, and then the next day I go to sleep two hours later than that. 10PM, 12AM, 2AM, 4AM, until it goes around the clock. Even if I try to wake up early, it makes no difference and I'm a wreck that whole day. That's why I haven't been attending a regular school up until now."
> "One of the reasons," said his mother. Harry shot her a glare.
> McGonagall gave a long hmmmmm. "I can't recall hearing about such a condition before..." she said slowly. "I'll check with Madam Pomfrey to see if she knows any remedies." Then her face brightened. "No, I'm sure this won't be a problem - I'll find a solution one way or another. Now," and her gaze sharpened again, "what are these other reasons?"
> McGonagall gave a long hmmmmm. "I can't recall hearing about such a condition before..." she said slowly. "I'll check with Madam Pomfrey to see if she knows any remedies." Then her face brightened. "No, I'm sure this won't be a problem - I'll find a solution in time. Now," and her gaze sharpened again, "what are these other reasons?
Here is Salvation Army Canada's positions on a wide variety of fun topics as of Feb 2013 https://web.archive.org/web/20130120220940/http://www.salvationarmy.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Position-Statements-CB-06.12-English.pdf Some of my favourite quotes include "We believe that the family is ideally rooted in the biblical concept of a marriage covenant of one man and one woman." and "... living fully in accordance with biblical standards calls for chastity outside of heterosexual marriage..."
Jingle your bells somewhere else, this mall don't want em.