Pardon my translation, my english is really bad, but the happening was really weird and for some reason the article was taken down (by Pepsi, maybe? I still got some parts from it from a whatsapp convo)
>A case of sexual violence was registered on the School of Exact Science (ICEx) this afternoon, on Minas Gerais Federal University (UFMG), by a Philosophy student who said she was "raped" by a man dressed with a blue and silver latex suit distributing soda cans to people on campus.
>According to witnesses,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
there was a pepsi car yesterday on campus near the catalão entrance. I even thought it could be some promo and stayed there for a bit to score some Pepsi but no one was in the car or anywhere near. Didn't see the guy, though.
>14 dead 17 wounded >2 shooters killed in SUV incident >1 male one female >1 other person detained on foot >shooting took place in a conference room christmas party >lots of evidence pointing towards muslims but very few sources currently are saying so
talk about it here last one is way over bump limit. la times has been just giving updates and I need to provide a URL to make... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5505 who cares just let it lead to good discussion here. the only real topics on /pol/ were history and current events and NIGGER SPAM. now that history has a fairly successful board lets let this current event board be pretty comfy.
/k/ and /pol/ has always overlapped so let the overlap occur here
>"The irony of the Russians raising this concern is that there's plenty of evidence to indicate that the largest consumer of ISIL oil is actually Bashar al-Assad and his regime, a regime that only remains in place because it is being propped up by the Russians," White House spokesman Josh Earnest said.
>The biggest change this time has been the removal of the Desktop Notification Centre after three years. Google has said that this was down to lack of use. At the end of the day, it is a feature that is best served in an operating system, not a browser. As such, it remains part of Chrome OS but any calls to its API from the browser version will now throw up an error. >Also included are 41 security... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Multiple victims shot in San Bernardino regional center by 2 or more gunmen who are now on the runAnonymous2015-12-02 21:29:49 Post No. 4790
There are several reports of an active shooter(s) in an Inland regional center in San Bernardino, California, that serves the disabled and needy. Eyewitnesses who finally found a way to escape their offices said about 2 gunmen with masks and bullet proof vests walked into their office and started shooting.
Someone called the police and luckily policemen who were training around that vicinity responded. San Bernardino is 60 miles East of Los Angeles.
20 people have reportedly been shot.
The ambulance, fire department, SWAT, FBI are all at the location... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>"This is not about forgetting your own roots but living with your roots within our values and social order, and part of this is the unrelenting fight against any form of anti-Semitism," Merkel said on Wednesday.
Well at least she's admitting that their cultural roots aren't all compatible with German society
I don't know what Merkel is expecting to come out of all this. The immigrants that came in the 70s still haven't integrated since the German system fails at promoting/forcing integration. Now they act like these 1.5 million people that came this year will integrate just fine.
Also, why do they talk about integration so much when these are refugees that supposedly should return once the war in Syria is over.
The French haven't much changed their attitude RE: immigration since the Paris attacks. This is in contrast to other European countries, such as Poland or the UK, where you saw noticeable changes in policy or public opinion.
In September, immigration of political refugees stood at net +6 favourability in France, now it is at -3. 40% of Frenchmen still say they should be allowed, versus just 20% in the UK.
It is still unclear whether the fingerprints found on the Stade de France assailant match those of a refugee logged in Greece in October.
>>4666 Environmental migrants, economic migrants, political refugees and so on are all the same. Most are the two former looking for welfare from European and western civilizations. Some disguise the terms as >looking for a better life
>>4827 >>>/pol/ The overwhelming majority of people moving to Europe are non-western males from the age of 17-35(fighting age men). They go to countries like Greece first, get registered, then throw out their papers and try to get to Germany or Sweden where they get massive benifits. In Hungary they refuse food and water because it has the red cross on it.
They don't have a "right" to be here because they are not origin to those countries, much less the EU.
Ireland's deficit will be eliminated before 2018, according to Irish finmin Michael Noonan. Five years ago, Ireland had the highest deficit in the €-zone.
Ireland collected 7.5% (€3bn) more in tax receipts in November than expected, with large increases in corporate tax receipts and VAT receipts. The result: Ireland's 2015 deficit will be 1.7%, not the previously expected 2.1%. Selling state-owned bank shares has also helped Ireland lower its deficit.
Think of it the world in less national terms and more like a market, the prices are not cost but tax levels. These corporations want to move around to avoid taxes above what they believe is acceptable or whatever. Plenty of tax havens already exist, scores of Caribbean islands for example. This should be less, "Fuck them blah blah blah fair share blah blah blah," and more learning from their example. We live in a globalized world and the West needs to learn to compete again, these are Western ideas/concepts.
>Today’s deal buzz is a Wall Street Journal story about how Yahoo’s board is “planning a series of meetings this week to consider selling off the company’s flagging Internet businesses and how to make the most of its valuable stake in Chinese e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba Group.”
>I’ve so far had a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>3. Then who? Strategics are a better fit. Not only because they needn’t find the debt, but because they could make better immediate use of Yahoo’s large user base. Expect Comcast CMSCA 0.00% , AT&T T 0.44% and Verizon VZ -0.31% to have interest (yes, Verizon already bought AOL, but that was more for the ad biz).
>4. Not a break-up: Yahoo’s properties are so tightly integrated on the back-end — including the basic username/email indentifiers — that it would be very hard for the company to sell Sports to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>4647 I think it might be more accurate to think of it as a rebranding and restructuring of Yahoo to AliBaba more than it is closing, but that depends on #3, if there are any companies waiting in the wings to snap up the bits and pieces they want to liquidate in the mean time.
This is another one of the original pre-1999 dotcom-bubble internet companies without a strong business model is biting the dust. It just reconfirms (for me at least) that most of those old companies were worthless to start with. Very few today remember... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director December 1, 2015
The enactment of statewide laws permitting the use of cannabis for therapeutic purposes is associated with an annual reduction in obesity-related medical costs, according to data published online ahead of print in the journal Health Economics.
Investigators at Cornell University in New York and San Diego State University in California reviewed twelve years of data from the CDC’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System to examine the effects of medical marijuana laws on body weight, physical wellness,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>4631 They concluded, “These findings are consistent with the hypothesis that MMLs may be more likely to induce marijuana use for health-related reasons among older individuals, and cause substitution toward lower-calorie recreational ‘highs’ among younger individuals.”
The findings are similar to those of other recent observational studies, such as those here and here, concluding that cannabis use is associated with reduced body mass index and obesity.
The abstract of the study, “The Effect of Medical... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Tuesday, Chinese President Xi Jinping began a five-day trip to Africa in Zimbabwe, where the EU only recently resumed providing aid to the government following years of sanctions. After two days in Zimbabwe, President Xi will travel to South Africa, which will host the first-ever Forum on China-Africa Cooperation to be held in Africa.
>Chinese influence in Africa is on the rise.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5107 Why? So we can allow governments to become more violent as well? Imposing our political ideas and principles, although corrupt, is the only way to make sure that the atrocity that is African governments make any progress whatsoever.
>David Cameron has told MPs that bombing IS in Syria will "keep the British people safe" - but Jeremy Corbyn said his case for war "doesn't stack up". >Mr Cameron faced calls to apologise for saying opponents of military action were "terrorist sympathisers", with Mr Corbyn saying it "demeaned" his office. >The 10 hour Commons debate will end with a vote on whether... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>4600 I think that the decision of the UK to fight Daesh is more nuanced than for America. Many of the most recent Islamic terrorist attacks have taken place in Europe. It's true that Daesh is becoming stronger but the majority of the terrorists (if not all of them) have been home-grown. That's why I don't think that destroying Daesh will stop terrorist attacks in Europe.
The problem is deeper than "bomb these guys and call it a day." The Western world is seen as islamaphobic by these guys and we... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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