Hello, remember us? The ones you left behind When half the Earth was burning, And all the sky was blind? You lords of wealth and power Who made the missiles fly, Remember how you hid yourselves And left us here to die?
Hello, remember us? No doubt you she'd a tear Before you took yourselves below And left us standing here. Now aren't you pleased to see us, So many still alive? Or did you hope to find a world Where only you survived?
Hello, remember us? We sure remember you! Remember how our world was And... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Two men were charged on Tuesday in the triple murder of a Southern California couple and their friend in what local media reported may have been a crime among the so-called "furry" community of people who dress up in animal costumes.
>The Orange County Register newspaper reported that Jennifer Goodwill-Yost, her daughter and the suspects all had ties to the Southern California "furry" community.
>Cable and wireless companies would need customer permission before sharing sensitive personal data, including the contents of emails, Web browsing history, financial information and a mobile device’s geographic location, under a proposal released Thursday by the head of the Federal Communications Commission.
>But AT&T Inc., Charter Communications Inc, Verizon Communications Inc. and other providers of high-speed Internet... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>“The bottom line is that the information you share with your broadband provider is yours,” Wheeler said in a blog post on the FCC’s website Thursday. “With the FCC’s new privacy protections, you will have the right to determine how it’s used.”
>The proposal is scheduled to be voted on by the FCC at its Oct. 27 meeting and are likely to be approved because Wheeler and his fellow Democrats have a majority.
>The new rules would apply only to broadband providers, which... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Wheeler’s proposal expands on the the Federal Trade Commission’s definition of sensitive information, which includes any data about children, financial and health information, Social Security numbers, and geolocation. In addition to adding Web browsing data, Wheeler also wants to deem a person’s mobile app usage sensitive.
>Walter McCormick, president of USTelecom, a trade group whose members include AT&T and Verizon, said he was pleased that Wheeler decided that “the sensitive nature of the information... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>In May, the FTC’s staff told the FCC that the proposed rules did not “reflect the different expectations and concerns that customers have for sensitive and non-sensitive data” and “could hamper beneficial uses of that data.”
>Those comments were among about 250,000 the FCC received on the proposed rules over the last six months. Wheeler said the “extensive feedback” led him to propose changes to his plan.
>Broadband providers would be free to do what they want with... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>On Thursday afternoon, while Hurricane Matthew was still over the Bahamas, Drudge tweeted skepticism about the dire warnings of weather forecasters.
>"The deplorables," he wrote, referring to supporters of Donald Trump, "are starting to wonder if [the government] has been lying to them about Hurricane Matthew intensity to make exaggerated point on climate."
>The... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>It's natural that Drudge's assumption would be that someone was hyping a threat for political purposes, though. That's what Drudge does nearly every day. Between September 2013 and June 2014, for example, Drudge promoted stories about the "knockout game" 19 times, according to Drudge Report Archives. The "knockout game" was a purported trend in which young men (mostly black) were dared to go punch someone (often white) without provocation. There was no basis to the suggestion that this was a broad trend, and the subtext... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>It's also worth noting that there may be a link between climate change and more powerful hurricanes. The Washington Post's Chris Mooney interviewed a researcher Thursday who explained how a warmer climate may have helped power Matthew. Hurricanes have occurred for millennia, of course, but more atmospheric warmth (or, put another way, energy), warmer, higher seas and more atmospheric moisture can help create bigger, more powerful storms when they happen, scientists say. "These storm traits aren’t proof of anything, of course," Mooney... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Unexpected move reverses a trend that has seen increasing numbers of large carnivores shot by hunters each year since Romania’s accession to the European Union
>Romania has banned all trophy hunting of brown bears, wolves, lynx and wild cats in a surprise decision that gives Europe’s largest population of large carnivores a reprieve from its most severe and immediate threat.
Kim Kardashian Shaken but Not Hurt. Hours before the robbery, Kardashian was photographed at Paris Fashion Week. She was robbed In her apartment of $10 million in jewelry ... Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyGJ9LJxb24
>Federal auto safety regulators on Monday made it official: They are betting the nation’s highways will be safer with more cars driven by machines and not people.
>In long-awaited guidelines for the booming industry of automated vehicles, the Obama administration promised strong safety oversight, but sent a clear signal to automakers that the door was wide open for driverless cars.
>“We envision... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm just waiting for the first major accident with these things and the lawsuits that will erupt because of it. This is a lawyers wet dream either blame the motorist for not taking control in time, the government for not taking proper care of roadways causing the vehicle to go crazy. The vehicle manufacturer for a shoddy product or the company that use these vehicles in the first place
>>75353 I don't think that Obama is worried about staying on Saudi Arabia's good side so much as it is that he doesn't want there to be legal precedent for suing the leaders of nations that bomb your shit.
>inb4 massive class action against the US for drone strikes in the middle east
I agree with the recent postings about de-sexualizing women's breasts and ensuring their right to go bare chested. It's a fair and progressive idea that will de-stigmatize breastfeeding and create more equal public interactions.
The movement should be extended to men as well. For too long, exposure of our genitals has been mocked, shamed and overly sexualized. We should be allowed to walk around publicly with our penises showing without fear of incarceration and a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Men just want to live in a society where they don't feel stigmatized about the size of their penis. If we free the penis, we can de-sensitize people from making harsh judgments on the size of man's member.
>>70926 I had to spend almost a full year's salary on legal fees to keep my name off a sex offender's registry after a mother was upset when I re-positioned my penis inside my pants during a birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese's. Without taking my dick out of my pants, I was almost convicted of indecent exposure to minors and sexual harassment.
I shouldn't be afraid to adjust my penis when it's uncomfortable. #FreeThePenis.
Body shaming is part of the problem. It's unfair and turns us into sexual objects at the beach, at the gym and at our places of work.
My penis isn't smooth, straight and as thick as a coke can. It's curved, has some discoloration and is a different skin tone than the rest of my body. Due to America's obsession with the perfect penis, I'm afraid to show mine to my partners and have lost girlfriends because of my self-consciousness.
I shouldn't be forced into the life of a monk because my penis doesn't meet America's beauty... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>North Korea's foreign minister condemned the United States on Friday for flying supersonic bombers over South Korea this week and vowed his country will strengthen its nuclear capabilities in defiance of multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions.
>In a defiant speech before the U.N. General Assembly, Ri Yong Ho said the Korean Peninsula "has now been turned into the world's most dangerous hot spot which... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>we have to get these nukes to defend ourselves because everyone hates us because we run death camps in the current year because everyone hates us because all our citizens are starving because juche and communism is a fucking farce
>>75488 it's official. the clown vs. human race war has begun.. it starts with the clown sightings in south carolina and now this. they're probably angry about the remake of IT coming out in 2017 but have forgotten how to communicate without using balloons so they're rampaging instead
>Less than a year after a devastating motorcycle wreck that friends say left him muddled and struggling, Keith Lamont Scott was shot to death by Charlotte police officers who said he refused to drop a gun. >"They don't do well in stressful situations," said Dr. David Brody, professor of neurology , "there's no way a patient with a TBI who doesn't know the difference between right and wrong should own a gun or drive a car." >Scott's final moments also... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>76763 Depending on the state, an RO can count as a finding of domestic violence and can have serious implications for things like child custody, spousal support and so on. It can be a wise strategic move pre-divorce if you're inclined to think of it that way, though it could also be the case that she filed it because of some legit reasons and then later withdrew it for other legitimate reasons (including settlement or the parties agreeing to see a counselor or whatever).
>>76773 And to follow up, even in states where they can count as a DV finding, RO's generally have a pretty low standard of proof and don't necessarily require a finding of actual physical violence, it could be as simple as she wanted to be separated and he said no and wouldn't let her move out or something. The "restraint" on a restraining order often more than just "stay 100 ft away," it can encompass a whole range of conduct to be prohibited.
>>76617 Its plausible deniability. Honest enough people believe it, but it ignores the key (((elements))) and instead obfuscates along political lines that they subscribe to. Generally they would be described as somewhat leftist, ultra-liberal.
>>75134 >The root of the uproar was apparently an article in Cosmopolitan magazine that claimed that a NASA article had shaken up the zodiac calendar, and that 86 percent of the star signs people think that they were born under were now incorrect. NASA's "correction" of the zodiac calendar also included a 13th constellation, Ophiuchus, adding further fuel to the viral wildfire that quickly spread across the internet.
>According to the NASA post (meant for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Today's referendum will define how much political capital Orban will have at his disposal. It may even determine what kind of future he has as a leader on the European stage. Though this is ostensibly about the migrant crisis, it is in effect, a request for a mandate, permission if you will, to resist the diktats levied by the mandarins in Brussels. Perhaps I am giving this too much weight, but if the referendum is successful (despite it not being legally binding), Orban will cement his position as the leader of the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>"I hate that they are raising hatred," said Lajos, a Hungarian information officer attending the rally. "It's a joke. A really bad joke." I seriously wonder what exactly is going through the minds of people such as this. What causes them to want to import violent anti-European/anti-Christian foreigners into their country?
>>76201 >What causes them to want to import violent anti-European/anti-Christian foreigners into their country? They believe they're doing the right thing, in the same way that you think you're doing the right thing.
It may not be rigged, but Holt did cover for Hillary hard when she had nothing to say and challenged Trump on every word he said. So there was some very clear bias going on. Not that I give a shit. Neither of these people inspire me with hope if they become president.
>An adviser and an assistant professor at the University of Houston showed support for providing students with an emotional first aid kit that would contain a baby blanket and candy among other things.
>Their backing of the emotional first aid kit is revealed in a Project Veritas video first obtained by The Daily Caller. James O’Keefe went undercover in late August as a member of the “99.9 percent”... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>73338 I have to say, I thought this was just some BS, and it looks like it. But these liberal faggots have no regard for common sense. Her information is literally plastered on the university website. So, as it is public information, here is the contact information for the 20 year thumb sucking emotional wreck who is actually instructing adults.
Bobbie Sue Schindler, Academic Advisor 518 Agnes Arnold Hall (713) 743-4145 email@example.com
Liberals, this is why you don't get respect from the big... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The for-profit college chain ITT Technical Institute is shutting down all 130 of its U.S. campuses, saying Tuesday it can't survive recent sanctions by the U.S. Department of Education.
In a letter to more than 35,000 students, the Indiana-based parent company ITT Educational Services announced that campuses won't open for the fall term that was scheduled to begin Sept. 12 — leaving students scrambling for last-minute options since many U.S. colleges already have started fall classes. ITT also cut more than 8,000 jobs immediately.
The chain was banned... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
https://ww2.kqed.org/news/2016/09/23/silicon-valley-church-hosts-racists-anonymous-meetings/ ... >“Police reflect the racism that’s in the broader society. And when we change, we will produce better police departments,” said Buford, 60.
>To help combat what he considers an illness at the root of many problems in the U.S. and other countries, Buford is inviting people in his Silicon Valley community of Sunnyvale and neighboring areas to come together in a series of 12-step meetings he’s calling Racists... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Uh oh. The leftist boogeyman strikes again, even though none of these views are actually espoused by even a sizable minority of socially liberal individuals.
The solution is obvious: We need to institute a despotic, /pol/-driven state that imprisons or executes anyone who disagrees with 'race realism' or neoconservative viewpoints. That'll show those evil SJWs!
>>73449 >even though none of these views are actually espoused by even a sizable minority of socially liberal individuals >#Notallleftists >Only the ones in the media, in universities, on corporate boards, and in office are saying this, so it's actually not a problem, you murder-loving child-shooting xenophobic homophobic racist cis conlonial hate-mongering nazi shitlord
>>73449 First, as a liberal I'll say that yes there are a lot of people on the left that think like this. In America, the Dems just nominated one to be president. SJWs have taken over the left, they are definitely not a small minority. I'm liberal on most things but I feel like I've been pushed out of the movement since so many of my liberal friends are feminists, and since most feminists actually are as bad as their reputation. Literally just an hour ago I saw a post on my FB feed of who I thought was a 'reasonable'... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>75386 >"A company controlled by Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for president, secretly conducted business in communist Cuba during Fidel Castro's presidency despite strict American trade bans that made such undertakings illegal. That's according to interviews with former Trump executives, internal company records and court filings."
>Eichenwald writes that documents reveal Trump's company spent at least $68,000 in 1998 for company executives to visit Cuba at a time when spending "even a penny in Cuba was prohibited without government approval."
>The company, with Trump's knowledge, ran the money through consulting firm Seven Arrows Investment and Development Corporation, according to the story.
>"Once the business consultants traveled to Cuba and incurred the expenses for the venture, Seven Arrows instructed senior officers in Trump's company, then called Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts, on how to make the venture appear legal by linking it after the fact to a charitable effort," according to Newsweek.
>The payment was made just before Trump – now the GOP nominee for president – made his first run at the White House by seeking the Reform Party nomination.
>"On his first day of that campaign, he traveled to Miami where he spoke to a group of Cuban Americans, a critical voting bloc in the swing state of Florida," Newsweek reports.
>"Trump vowed to maintain the embargo and never spend his or his companies' money in Cuba until Fidel Castro was removed from power. He did not disclose that seven months earlier Trump Hotels already had spent money sending consultants on the secret trip to conduct business in Havana." ...
>MSNBC uncovered CSPAN footage of that speech, in which Trump told the group:
>"As you know, and the people in this room know better than anyone, putting money and investing money in Cuba right now doesn't go to the people of Cuba; it goes into the pockets of Fidel Castro. He's a murderer, he's a killer, he's a bad guy in every respect, and frankly, the embargo against Cuba must stand if for no other reason than if it does stand he will come down."
Yeah I don't care, still support him. Plenty of Americans find a way to sneak in there anyway, brute force or third party approach. No big deal, Cuba gets tourism from all over the world. The only sad aspect about the story is, the money goes to that government.
But so does the money of every Cuban who is forced to return to visit family, simply to deliver goods that they will ultimately be taxed on, especially electronics.
what i predict is if China tries to pull anything suspicious we will have US & Canada, Japan, SK, EU, Russia, India, and maybe Brazil and Iran may develop / adapt their systems and infrastructure for self-contained intranets.
>>74988 it's not immediately clear to me how China can force IANA to refuse to service a website. I'm sure they might do it; but the nature of the arrangement of how it will be governed isn't apparent to me so I don't know what they might do to take advantage of the fact that it's no longer under control of the US government.
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