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>In a tearful courtroom confession, a daughter has admitted using the best-selling sadomasochistic sex novel Fifty Shades of Grey as the basis for a series of false rape claims against her father.

>Defence barrister Cathy McCulloch had, she said, never read the novel until she was called in late to defend the father, who was accused of eight incestuous rapes over a six-year period.

>In her blog about the case, Ms McCulloch said the prospects for the father initially looked bleak.


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>The solicitor’s representative bought the book, which has sold more than 125 million copies worldwide and been turned into a film, and found “too many striking similarities between the [daughter’s police interview] and the book to be a coincidence.”

>Ms McCulloch, a former police officer who is now a barrister at Church Court Chambers, persuaded the judge to adjourn the case so she could spend an afternoon and an evening reading the novel.

>Within seven minutes of her beginning...
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And yet, she will most likely face no consequences for nearly destroying her own fathers life because we don't want to discourage real rape victims bla bla bla she is the real victim here bla bla other feminist platitudes
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>>67234
>Read the Crucible
Same shit not new||s.

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http://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-serbia-archaeology-magic-idUKKCN10K13L

>Archaeologists are trying to decipher magic spells etched onto tiny rolls of gold and silver that they found alongside skeletons of humans buried almost 2,000 years ago.

>"The alphabet is Greek, that much we know. The language is Aramaic – it's a Middle Eastern mystery to us," Miomir Korac, chief archaeologist at the site in eastern Serbia, told Reuters.

>The skeletons were found at the...
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>magic spells are news
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>>65973
archaeology is news. this is interesting, more so than another random murder
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>>65970
My dreams of being a LN protagonist are coming true.

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>A New York Times report sheds new light on the close ties between Donald Trump’s campaign chairman and Kremlin cronies in Ukraine and elsewhere.

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/08/the-manafort-dossier/495851/

>Secret Ledger in Ukraine Lists Cash for Donald Trump’s Campaign Chief

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/15/us/politics/paul-manafort-ukraine-donald-trump.html

rebuttal:
http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/paul-manafort-ukraine-payment-new-york-times-227004
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http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-aide-manifort-designated-payments-from-ukraine-2016-8

>A pro-Russian political party in Ukraine advised by Donald Trump's campaign manager, Paul Manafort, designated $12.7 million in undisclosed cash payments for Manafort between 2007-12, according to secret ledgers uncovered by an anticorruption center in Kiev and obtained by The New York Times.

>While there is no evidence that Manafort has actually received the earmarked payments, he is "among those names on the...
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Based Manafort.
Shame the president was removed in an illegal putsch.
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Paul Manafort, campaign chairman and chief strategist to the Donald Trump presidential campaign, released the following statement to reporters in response to a New York Times story published Monday.

Once again The New York Times has chosen to purposefully ignore facts and professional journalism to fit their political agenda, choosing to attack my character and reputation rather than present an honest report.

The simplest answer is the truth: I am a campaign professional. It is well known that I do work in the United States and have done work on overseas campaigns...
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http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/donald-trump-polling-226649

Because the system is rigged!
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>>64729
rigged how?
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>>64729

Real talk, because the center really needs to feel like they have a good reason to vote for Trump instead of Clinton, and Donald Trump's constant impulsive statements aren't giving them the confidence in the candidate they need to feel that it's okay to vote for him.
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>>64729
>Because the system is rigged!
Correct.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07-30/clinton-lead-over-trump-surges-after-reuters-tweaks-poll

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Boko Haram Video Appears to Show Bodies of Kidnapped Girls
>The abduction of more than 250 schoolgirls from Chibok, a small village in northeastern Nigeria, more than two years ago triggered global outrage and a social media campaign using the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls that got the attention of Michelle Obama. Hundreds of other girls and boys have also been kidnapped and murdered by the group.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/boko-haram-video-appears-to-show-bodies-of-kidnapped-girls/ar-BBvCxrZ?ocid=ansmsnnews11
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Did anyone actually think that a hashtag would defeat Boko Haram?
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>>67076
I guess they found out the hard way that "raising awareness" about them isn't the same as defeating them.
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>>67067
i thought it was strange that the hashtag was #bringbackourgirls when so many boys were also kidnapped

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http://money.cnn.com/2016/02/23/pf/college/free-college-europe/index.html?sr=twCNN022416free-college-europe1223AMStoryLink&linkId=21584810


Thoughts? Opinions?
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>>66006
hopefully just the white ones
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>>66006
I'm an American. This should be plain to see that is bullshit. People who live in the UK are praying for foreigner's education. Foreigners who never payed taxes and are now a drain on the system. That money should be going towards the children that grew up there.
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Those two women would study for free if they picked a STEM study.

That man would be raking in the dough with almost total job security if he worked as a plumber or electrician.

What I'm seeing is more entitled children getting useless degrees and then whining about the job market. What a great example of good immigration.

At least they're not raping anyone, I suppose.

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After disappearing for a couple of weeks, the hacker “Guccifer 2.0” returned late this afternoon to provide a new headache for Democrats.

In a post to his WordPress blog, the vandal--who previously provided nearly 20,000 Democratic National Committee e-mails to Wikileaks--uploaded an Excel file that includes the cell phone numbers and private e-mail addresses of nearly every Democratic member of the House of Representatives.

The Excel file also includes similar contact information for hundreds of congressional staff members (chiefs of staff, press secretaries,...
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>>66471
Meanwhile,
http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/07/26/new-evidence-strengthens-guccifer-2-0s-russian-connections/

http://www.scmagazine.com/threatconnect-guccifer-20-likely-persona-for-russian-linked-propagandists-pr-operatives-leaking-info-to-media/article/511983/

http://hotair.com/archives/2016/07/26/evidence-suggests-guccifer-2-0-is-a-russian-propaganda-effort/
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>>66472
Does that make the information released not true?
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The American public is quite aware that the two-party system is thoroughly corrupt. Problem is, these hackers are just showing one side of the coin. The Republican Party is every bit as shitty, and no matter which way we vote, we lose.

Good luck convincing enough voters to waste their votes on a third party. U.S. politics are purely emotion versus logic, and people will never be able to see beyond all the retarded social issues that Republicans and Democrats pander to.

http://www.climatecentral.org/news/antarctica-co2-400-ppm-million-years-20451

>We’re officially living in a new world.

>Carbon dioxide has been steadily rising since the start of the Industrial Revolution, setting a new high year after year. There’s a notable new entry to the record books. The last station on Earth without a 400 parts per million (ppm) reading has reached it.

>A little 400 ppm history. Three years ago, the world’s gold standard carbon dioxide observatory passed the symbolic threshold of 400 ppm. Other observing stations have steadily reached that threshold as carbon dioxide spreads across the planet’s atmosphere at various points since then. Collectively, the world passed the threshold for a month last year.

>In the remote reaches of Antarctica, the South Pole Observatory carbon dioxide observing station cleared 400 ppm on May 23, according to an announcement from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Wednesday. That’s the first time it’s passed that level in 4 million years (no, that’s not a typo).
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>There’s a lag in how carbon dioxide moves around the atmosphere. Most carbon pollution originates in the northern hemisphere because that’s where most of the world’s population lives. That’s in part why carbon dioxide in the atmosphere hit the 400 ppm milestone earlier in the northern reaches of the world.

>But the most remote continent on earth has caught up with its more populated counterparts.

>“The increase of carbon dioxide is everywhere, even as far away as you can...
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>The Paris Agreement is a good starting point to slow carbon dioxide emissions, but the world will have to have a full about face to avoid some of the worst impacts of climate change. Even slowing down emissions still means we’re dumping record-high amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere each year.

>That’s why monitoring carbon dioxide at Mauna Loa, the South Pole and other locations around the world continues to be an important activity. It can gauge how successful the efforts under the Paris Agreement (and...
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>>53449
>Carbon dioxide has been steadily rising since the start of the Industrial Revolution

It wasn't rising before that?

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A fight started in Sisco , corsica seemingly about a burkini taken in photos.
Quickly escalated to interethnic fight
http://m.france24.com/en/20160815-corsica-tense-burkini-beach-brawl-france-muslim-islam
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More news link,firts one with subtitled videos
http://www.therebel.media/muslims_in_corsica_attack_locals_with_harpoon_and_bladed_weapons_locals_regroup_fight_back
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37077837
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http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2016/08/15/japans-new-outspoken-defense-chief-courts-controversy/88753106/

>TOKYO — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's new defense chief already has courted controversy as an outspoken conservative and symbol of Japan's World War II militaristic heritage after less than two weeks on the job.

>Perhaps that's why Abe sought to avoid a new flap involving Defense Minister Tomomi Inada on Monday by sending her 6,000 miles away.

>While...
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>>67107
Who cares? I think its about time Japan re-militarizes. People are acting like Abe wants to reclaim Manchuria when in reality he just wants to rely less on the United States.
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>>67202
It seems more like Abe wants to save the problem for the next administration and doesn't want to have to deal with the war remembrances part off being President of Japan
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>>67202
>I think its about time Japan re-militarizes.

No kidding. We may have the entire Pacific between us and China and North Korea but Japan is practically within pissing distance.

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http://www.latimes.com/business/autos/la-fi-hy-audi-red-light-countdown-20160815-snap-story.html

>You’re stuck at a red light. It’s taking forever.

>How much time until the light turns green? Ten seconds? Twenty seconds? A minute and a half?

>Would you be more patient if you knew exactly how long it will take?

>Audi is betting yes. The German luxury carmaker said Monday that several cars in its 2017 lineup will be available with a cloud-computer-connected...
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Trucks have a button that can change the light anyway so Audi is actually behind the curve if they just have countdown timers in them.
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>>67159
This needs city approval so instead of making it a universally available app they are endoursing a corporations product.
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>>67212
You're right, it sounds like a bad precedent to set.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/hedge-fund-money-48-5-million-for-hillary-clinton-19-000-for-donald-trump-1469784601?mod=mktw

The top five contributors to pro-Clinton groups are employees or owners of private investment funds, according to federal data released last week and compiled by OpenSecrets.org, the center’s website. The data show seven financial firms alone have generated nearly $48.5 million for groups working on Mrs. Clinton’s behalf.

The total for Donald Trump: About $19,000.

In the 2008 campaign, hedge funds contributed just $14 million to Democratic...
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>>63758

what makes this amazing is that the wealthiest americans or the "job creators" as we like to call them support Clinton even though Trump is promising to cut taxes at the top (maximum 25% tax rate for the wealthiest Americans), fight unions, allow more pollution, allow more drilling, deregulate wall street, and keep minimum wage low.

Not to mention that the party platform, which he had a great deal in crafting promotes privatizing social security, pushing seniors on to private health insurance plans,...
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>>63768
Trump is an unknown to them, he may well decide to go back on some of the things he promised the corporate types. That is ultimately what drives elite opposition to Trump, nobody cares that he hurt the feeling of assorted minorities, they care that he might not be all in on the class war that is being waged against the remnants of the working and middle classes.
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What a misleading article.

Nobody will ever know who contributes to SuperPACs. That's what the Ciitizens United SCOTUS ruling was all about.

money = Free Speech.

http://nation.foxnews.com/2016/08/14/they-re-beating-every-white-person-riots-fires-after-fatal-shooting-sparks-chaos

>It's happening.
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reminds me of Reginald Denny
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>>66943
typical /pol/ racebait
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>>66984
are you saying it's not true or is it merely disagreeing with your goodthink?

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A young mother in Ohio was charged Thursday for allegedly killing her hours-old baby girl and leaving her in a garbage can outside her college sorority house.

Emile Weaver, a 20-year-old former student at Muskingum University in Zanesville, allegedly put her baby in a plastic bag hours after birthing her in the school’s Delta Gamma Theta sorority house April 22, the Columbus Dispatch reported.

The baby, identified only as “A.G.W.” in court records, died in the bag from asphyxiation.

Weaver, who was a sophomore at Muskingum and member of the sorority,...
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>>54132
Her body her choice.
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>>54150
A former college student who gave birth in her sorority house was sentenced Monday to life in prison without parole for killing the newborn by throwing her in the trash.

Emile Weaver, 21, was found guilty by a jury last month of aggravated murder, abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence.

Prosecutors said Weaver gave birth in a bathroom at the Delta Gamma Theta sorority at Muskingum University on April 22, 2015, then purposefully caused the death of her baby.

They said the baby girl died from...
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>>54132
>This is the second time a Muskingum University student dumped a living newborn in a campus trash can.

aw fug

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http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2016/08/15/world/europe/ap-eu-turkey-austria.html

>ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey has summoned officials from Austria and Sweden to protest against news reports and Twitter comments in the two countries relating to a Turkish Constitutional Court ruling on child abuse.

>Turkey protested to Austria over a news ticker at Vienna's airport that claimed Turkey allows sex with children under age 15. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu also accused his Swedish counterpart of spreading "lies"...
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>Wallstrom tweeted on Sunday: "Turkish decision to allow sex with children under 15 must be reversed. Children need more protection, not less, against violence, sex abuse."

>A Foreign Ministry official said the Austrian charge d'affaires was called to the ministry on Saturday for an official complaint about the "distorted" headline which appeared on a screen at the airport the same day. The Swedish charge d'affaires was summoned on Monday over the minister's tweet, said the official,...
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>Ties between Turkey and Austria have been tense for several weeks, with a top Austrian official saying Turkey was heading toward a dictatorship and other leaders calling for an end to Turkey's European Union membership talks. Turkey, in turn, has described Austria as the "capital of radical racism."

>European nations have voiced concern over Turkey's massive crackdown on alleged supporters of a religious movement led by U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom Ankara claims orchestrated last month's...
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>ROUEN, France — In a gesture of solidarity after the gruesome killing of a French priest, hundreds of Muslims on Sunday attended Catholic Masses in churches and cathedrals across France and Italy.
>More than 100 Muslims gathered at the towering Gothic cathedral in Rouen, near Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, where the 85-year-old Rev. Jacques Hamel had his throat slit by two teenage Muslim fanatics Tuesday.
>‘‘We are very moved by the presence of our Muslim friends and I believe it is a...
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>>64141
There´s gonna be some sort of islam-christianity syncretism in the next 50 years, I guarantee it.
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>>64148
Only if muslims don't kill them all first like they did with their genocide of zoroastrians.
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>>64148
Unitology?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq2_wSsDwkQ

First off, in general fuck this guy, he has completely glossed over the fact that wikileaks uncovered pretty much every major news network in the USA has ties to Clinton.

A free and independent journalist branch along with the right to keep and bear arms are the 2 most important things in existence for protecting the people from a tyrant.

But how do we make sure the press is free and not controlled by the state, a special interest, or a rich individual who then prevent certain stories from getting out there or...
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>>65510
How did I guess that Sheldon Adleson would be involved...
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>>65510
>Can we trust WikiLeaks?
Do people think they wrote up 20,000 emails from scratch?
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>>66208
They don't have to write 20,000. If they write 10 with the right keywords, or omit 10, they can reframe an entire discussion and the character of everyone in it.

Not saying they did, but it's definitely possible to manipulate the discussion as Wikileaks.

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Hungry Jack's: Corpse lay undiscovered in Australian fast food outlet toilet for days

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-36869072
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kek moot hates those dirty aussie dingos
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>>61622
filthy abbos
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JUST

http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/07/asia/duterte-war-on-drugs-officials-named/

>The President of the Philippines has named over 150 government officials who he says are complicit in the country's drug trade.

>Among those named in a speech early Sunday in the southern city of Davao -- once President Rodrigo Duterte's mayoral stomping ground -- were government officials, members of the judiciary, congressmen and police officials.

>While some are retired, many on his list...
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Looks like the good 'ol days of Philippine dictatorships are coming back.
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Damn! I don't know the situation in Philippines, but these types of moves are only pulled by strong, totalitarian governments. If power is not consolidated you get revolts, even civil war.

How did Duterte's platform get so strong? The drug trafficking triads he's fighting aren't pushovers either.

I guess America is investing in their new bulwark against China.
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>>65346
Isn't this the guy that said all foreigners are degenerates?

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ended with one guy flipping out and killing the american paid taxes bodiguard.
http://timer-odessa.net/news/lektsiyu_rossiyskogo_politicheskogo_chlenovreditelya_pavlenskogo_sorval_pyaniy_s_nojom_est_postradavshie_708.html
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>>66618
I cant tell if this is pro-putin propaganda or anti-putin propaganda
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>>66648
Judging by long sleeve shirt guy in the far right it's pro-fuhrer
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>>66648
This is how we know it's truly neutral slavic.

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http://thenextweb.com/gadgets/2016/08/08/thermostats-can-now-get-infected-with-ransomware-because-2016/

>If you’ve encountered ransomware before, you’re familiar with how incredibly destructive it can be. It literally holds your computer and files hostage unless you cough up a steep ransom, usually paid in Bitcoin.

>Now, it looks like ransomware is about to make the leap from computers and smartphones to Internet of Things devices.

>Andrew Tierney and Ken Munro – two...
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>It’s worth noting that for a device to be infected, an attacker would need physical access, or the owner would have to be tricked into infecting their own thermostat.

>So far, the name and manufacturer of the device affected hasn’t been publicly announced. That’s because the researchers only identified the vulnerability two days before the conference was scheduled to start, and have not been able to contact the manufacturer in order to arrange a fix.

>Thankfully, Tierney and...
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Couldn't you just buy a new thermostat?
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>>65645
You can just reset it because the files arent important

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Am I the only one that finds this incident odd?

A lightning bolt that struck during a fast-moving storm killed one person and injured four, two critically, at a park in the center of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on Friday afternoon, the police and the mayor of the Hudson Valley city said.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/13/nyregion/lightning-strike-in-poughkeepsie-ny.html?_r=0
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Me and an associate were just discussing how strange this is,especially if you dig a little deeper about it and some other incidents lately.
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>>66651
What's odd about it? You're more likely to be hit by lightning than win the lottery and people win the lottery.
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>>66651
Fadedquest, please reapply your tinfoil hat and lurk till you kys

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>According to an affidavit, Timothy Batts first told police that his daughter, Timea, woke him up and said she had been shot after getting off the bus. Police obtained a search warrant and found evidence that he had fired his gun inside the house.
>Police said he admitted that he accidentally shot his daughter after being awoken to a sound in the home. He reportedly grabbed the gun from under the dresser and fired a shot when she yelled and scared him.
>He was previously convicted of felony...
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>>66654
I'm all for not letting people like this reproduce, but I cannot in good faith support an abortion *that* late. Call me old-fashioned
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>>66654
How long until anti-gun activists use this story without realizing current gun laws should have prevented this?

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http://www.interpol.int/News-and-media/News/2016/N2016-099

>RIVER STATE, Nigeria – The head of an international criminal network behind thousands of online frauds has been arrested in a joint operation by INTERPOL and the Nigerian Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC).

>The 40-year-old Nigerian national, known as ‘Mike’, is believed to be behind scams totalling more than USD 60 million involving hundreds of victims worldwide. In one case a target was conned into paying out USD 15.4 million.


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>>64358
>The case will be settled as a class-action suit in which victims will be compensated in proportion to their claims.

>If you believe you have a claim, please send your scam email correspondence chain, along with a $10 filing fee payable through credit card numbers or PayPal, to INTERPOL-CLAIMS@yahoo.com

>Please note that without the filing fee your claim will NOT be processed.
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This was totally the guy. Mission accomplished guys. Now if you donate $100 to Interpol we will be able to unlock the millions of USD locked up in our secret vault! We'll share it 60/40.
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>>64358
>In one case a target was conned into paying out USD 15.4 million.

I bet it was a senile old woman. My grandma, who is an absolutey senile old cunt, nearly gave up her SS last week to an IRS phonecall scam. Thankfully her nurse stopped her. She's already poor as shit, budgeting doesn't make sense to her.

Hopefully they go after the money launderers now, otherwise a new weed will grow in it's place.

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>A judge on Friday overturned the conviction of a Wisconsin man found guilty of helping his uncle kill a woman in a case profiled in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer," ruling that investigators coerced a confession using deceptive tactics.

>U.S. Magistrate William Duffin in Milwaukee ordered Brendan Dassey freed within 90 days unless prosecutors decide to retry him. The state Department of Justice, which handled the case, declined to comment Friday. The state could also appeal Duffin's ruling.


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How long was he in jail? I feel real fucking sorry for this kid, he got screwed by the system.
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>>66500
The reference to "intellectual deficits" leads me to believe he wasn't exactly going to become a neurosurgeon anyway.
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>>66506
what does that have to do with anything? Everyone deserves fair treatment under the law.

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After finding a young boy all alone trying to sell his teddy bear for food, Franklin police charged the child’s parents with child endangerment.

Officer Steve Dunham found the child in a busy area and went beyond the requirements of his badge to help.

Officials said they received a call on Sunday afternoon that a young boy was wandering in downtown Franklin alone.

Police said the 7-year-old was peddling his toy in front of a drug store to get money for food.

“It broke my heart,” Dunham said. “He told me he was trying to sell his stuffed animal...
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“(Police) treated them like their own kids, and that's exactly what law enforcement does in situations like this. How would we want someone to treat our kids?” Whitman said. “Hopefully, these officers’ actions change these kids’ lives and maybe change the lives of the parents to become better parents.”

Dunham said he doesn't look at it as anything but just doing his job, and he made a new friend in the process.

“I came back to check on him and he was hiding. He jumped out to scare me when I came back in the building; he got me real good,”...
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Well those kids are fucked for life. Hopefully their guardians will not foster a victim complex in them, but that maybe wishful thinking as they may not know that pity is harmful.

I've know more than my far share of situations similar to this one. My father owns property in shitville that is just south of us, and his tenants are similar to these people. They rarely pay, they are manipulative and dirty and, worst yet, he's been trying to 'gift' these liabilities to me my entire life. The children, I've witness grow up, turned out worse for the...
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>>66476

>Having pity for a starving child will ruin it.
Wow, you sound like a great person.

http://www.msnbc.com/stephanie-ruhle/watch/libertarian-candidate-getting-more-attention-742315075932
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>>66405
Cuz he's the only candidate they doesn't come across like a retarded asshole . I'm really hoping he makes the debates
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>>66430
Not really, he wants to abolish the Department of Education. And all US Embassies
He's either an idiot, or a die hard mad Max fan
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It's definitely worth hearing his views and what he has to say.

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Every day, police officers kill three people and injure 150 people who need medical treatment at the hospital, found a new study.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/tarahaelle/2016/07/26/1-in-13-people-who-die-from-gunshots-were-killed-by-police-with-blacks-at-higher-risk/
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>>62521

>Gerrmany has three terror attacks in a row
>8 people die

>Three regular days in America
>9 people killed by police

No, this is not normal
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>>62524
No it's normal for the a fact that the race which commits the most crime is also the one with the highest rate of being shot by police. It isn't fucking rocket science.
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>>62521
The dark irony is calling those very criminal blacks 'at risk'.

'People who violently attack other people are at increased risk of suffering physical harm -- what do we do about this problem?'

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Putin drew the Attention of the United States that Ukraine turns to terror. Another statement: "From the Russian side, in the course of preventing a terrorist attack in Crimea, died two soldiers. We this do not forgive." Next Putin said about preparation of a terrorist attack of Ukrainian special services in the Crimea (and canceled the meeting in Norman Format G20 - makes no sense).

Пyтин пpивлeк внимaниe Coeдинeнных Штaтoв, чтo Укpaинa пpeвpaщaeтcя в тeppop. Eщe oднo выcкaзывaниe:...
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Typical Russian BS.
Create an incident then invade a country and take their land.
Meanwhile, Russian live in their own delusion that they are the victim.
"Oh no, we didn't engage in state-sponsored doping athletes."
"But independent evidence exists...."
"No no, that is the world showing agression against poor, innocent Russia"
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1. Almost every country uses drugs to enhance his athletes. The best one in that is the US, the second one is Russia. Its a joke, that the world put on a show for Russia. Its pure politics. They could have gotten red handed the Germans, British, French etc. In Europe there are show trials for Russians, which is absolutely true. I'm not a fan of Russia, but this is ridiculous. Not a single US soldier is in the news. Not a single US diplomat makes mistakes. Not a single US citizen is a killer, rapist, thief, scoundrel in foreign countries. Eight out of ten times they are...
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Remember, that the Russian Black Sea Navy was based in Sevastopol and it was an important military point for them, which was buttfucked by the pro-NATO regime.
The second was Donbass. The Russians sent arms and material there to rally the pro-Russian people. Ukraine has practically abandoned Russia, and Russia needed to act. People are saying what an asshole Russia is for sending men and material, but they don't care, that the NATO did the same. Why is that not important? The US sent volunteers, trainers, weapons, along with UK armored vehicles, French guns etc. Even...
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http://abcnews.go.com/US/man-spotted-scaling-side-trump-tower-york/story?id=41278389

Here is the video from the guy that climbed Trump Tower today:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP493LmSJrE

Anyone know him?
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He doesn't sound stable.

I want to know why he didn't just tweet Mr. Trump.
The Donald always reads his tweets.
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>>66075

He lived in VA. Supporter of Trump. Wanted to join the Navy. First name is Mike - that's all I know of him. He's a really awkward dude but sweet none the less.
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Is there actually anything illegal about scaling a building like this?


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