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Good news thread by Cyril Drovinghood - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 19:10:11 EST ID:F36eF3LW No.155763 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/kkk-leader-found-dead_us_58a087ece4b094a129ebc1b8?t6aa9lixtcmmwjyvi&
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Wesley Hurringkit - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 17:26:47 EST ID:ojjwPRrO No.155819 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155792
>I never mentioned liberals
but it's so painfully obvious you wanted to.
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Alice Nimmerbanks - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 19:05:30 EST ID:knFhJQjN No.155820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Looks familiar
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Alice Nimmerbanks - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 19:07:15 EST ID:knFhJQjN No.155821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
IRL walking dead spoiler?
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Cornelius Gicklegold - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 19:39:40 EST ID:pCEKGGzP No.155822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155769

Yeah, and I'm sure that pedophiles would see kids being raped as good news, so sharing that perspective is the same exact thing as someone sharing the celebration of a dead chomo. homie listen to that logic. it's not about right or wrong. it's about choosing sides, and that is the truth in all of human history. the side you choose is based on your perspective, and interpetation of history and present day happenings. You have to understand the direction the U.S. is heading in to realize there are two sides in conflict, and it might not be a war, directly in the sense, but there is a clash of cultures and forces going on American soil that has presented itself physically more than once the past few years.

So why are you so confused? Or are you just saddened that you may have to choose a side? I get it, you are from a generation who has been far isolated from society ripping apart from beneath them. unlike our older friends, before 9/11 we werent raised in a time where the depression happened, the ww2, etc. Now it's happening, as it often does, "it's happening" and people are almost in denial, and completely throwing understanding out the window. you cant change it or stop whats already in motion. Would you be confused that if an irish catholic celebrated the death of a british officer in 1970s Belfast? Would you be confused if a British soldier spoke happily of shooting suspected IRA in that same era? Wake up and realize whats going on around you. Groups like the KKK and multiple nationalist organizations have had a huge surge in Numbers since Obama, and meanwhile gunsales amongst people who identify as democrat have skyrocketed. stop being so naive, and fragile and realize, there is conflict all around you.


and the dudes wife allegdly killed him.
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Jarvis Murdlock - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 20:01:52 EST ID:okcxXpDl No.155964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>155818
I'm glad someone got the point I was trying to make.
>>155822
> it's not about right or wrong.
No, because that is completely subjective. It's about principle, a self-sustainable social contract, a set of rules that doesn't contradict itself.
> it's about choosing sides
No it's not. Violence should be used as a last resort and only when strictly necessary. If you can't win the argument and force your preferences on someone else it might be wise to ask if you aren't the oppressor.

For the record I completely endorse the idea that certain ground-rules are needed for people to live with each other and yes that includes tax.


North Korea tests ballistic missile by Samuel Harringfare - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 13:43:10 EST ID:B7EBVJHu No.155782 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>The North's state-run KCNA news agency said leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test of the Pukguksong-2, a new type of strategic weapon capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.

Japan, South Korea, USA are pursuing China/Russia to allow the UN security council to take actions, likely sanctions.
China said it opposed North Korean missile tests that run contrary to U.N. resolutions, Russia's foreign ministry expressed concern over the launch.

Trump response: I just want everybody to understand, and fully know, that the United States of America is behind Japan, our great ally, 100 percent.


http://www.reuters.com/article/us-northkorea-missiles-nk-idUSKBN15R10O
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Reuben Crobblebure - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 00:36:14 EST ID:NuDb/mEX No.155833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155832

also i wanna know what fucking type of crazy ass poison was on that cloth, to go from "my eyes are burning" to dead. some kind of intense highly concentrated neurotoxin? went through mucous membranes of eyes into brain or something? idk man, nb for dp
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Fucking Drushdale - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 03:37:06 EST ID:B7EBVJHu No.155837 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>155830
Have you never played Crusader Kings 2?
The last thing you want is another claimant to the throne who is part of a foreign realm.
If said foreign realm presses Nam's claim, then that realm can have Nam rule it as their vassal.

A lot of people have said the familial purges have been bad for Un, but unless he was benefiting from their administrative abilities or the fact that their claim might deter lower claimants from assassinating Un, it's all been to his benefit.

>>155791
You should see their children's shows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_wxdhiB5w4
It's bizarre just to see them push complicated story lines and violent content on children, but I feel like our censorship is an aberration, I mean look at the content of Grimms' Fairy Tales.

Our censorship for the sake of the children is really to make the person telling the story more comfortable.
Children don't have our acquired offensibility we do. Or maybe I'm wrong and this is how we teach them to be offended by such content.
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Henry Fottingfield - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 13:10:34 EST ID:xdmTIq9E No.155850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155791
The funny thing is those tents are actually way nicer than what homeless people get in most of the US. If you don't win a bed lottery or get barred from the shelter (if there is one), you'd be lucky to be handed a single man pop-up tent and told to go camp in a swamp somewhere - even in a city/state known for being "progressive" on this issue. Many places will just jail you for vagrancy and proceed to exploit loopholes in the 13th amendment.

>>155833
My best guess would be some form of cyanide?
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David Munderwill - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 21:54:06 EST ID:TbjHpHWH No.155897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>155782

Lol. I love this fake vid. I remember when it first came out.

>All the birds have been eaten

>Except these birds

>They will be eaten Tuesday
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Caroline Huttingwill - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 22:02:30 EST ID:EjFN0ri2 No.155933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155897
>fake

is it really necessary?


"American security" by Basil Blytheworth - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 21:37:49 EST ID:R4tR9IXE No.155827 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/ex-nsa-contractor-to-face-spying-charges-in-federal-court/2017/02/13/01168ad6-f22a-11e6-b9c9-e83fce42fb61_story.html?utm_term=.fe23acc8dcb4

A former National Security Agency contractor accused of stealing a huge cache of classified documents pleaded not guilty Tuesday to spying charges in federal court in Baltimore.

Harold T. Martin III was indicted last week by a federal grand jury, accused of violating the Espionage Act by carrying out what officials say is the largest theft of classified information in U.S. history.

Martin, 52, was arrested in August at his home in Anne Arundel County, Md., where law enforcement officials recovered dozens of computers, digital storage devices and thousands of hard-copy documents that filled six bankers’ boxes. Prosecutors say Martin hid classified and top-secret information in the trunk of his car, his home office and an unlocked outdoor shed.


“He’s not someone who, due to political ideas or philosophical ideas or moral principles, thinks he knows better than everybody else and, hence, is compelled to release government secrets,” Wyda said.

Martin’s attorneys have previously said he took documents home not to harm the United States but to get better at his job. Martin has a compulsive hoarding habit, his attorneys said, and was taking medication for attention-deficit disorder that was a “trigger” for hoarding.

Martin first received security clearance on active duty in the Navy. He went on to work for seven private companies at various agencies within the intelligence community, including the CIA, the U.S. Cyber Command and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

He was a “trusted insider,” prosecutors said, working at the NSA from 2012 to 2015, where he was an employee of the intelligence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. Martin was for some time in the NSA’s elite hacker unit, Tailored Access Operations, which makes and deploys software used to penetrate foreign targets’ computer networks for foreign espionage purposes.
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Basil Blytheworth - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 21:43:26 EST ID:R4tR9IXE No.155828 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Many of the documents Martin is accused of stealing were marked top-secret and contained highly classified information, including the names of intelligence officers who operate undercover outside the United States, according to the 12-page indictment. Among other secret documents, authorities found an NSA anti-terrorism document related to “extremely sensitive U.S. planning and operations regarding global terrorists,” according to the indictment.

Prosecutors described the theft in court filings as “breathtaking in its longevity and scale.”

“Harold Martin flagrantly abused the trust placed in him by the government by stealing documents containing highly classified information,” Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein said in a statement after the indictment was returned last week.
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Esther Brookway - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 23:37:23 EST ID:aIivaRsS No.155829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ah yeah, Robert Hanssen 2.0. He even has the same fat face and neck.
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Nicholas Heblingbare - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 01:54:36 EST ID:2DSGm7P7 No.155835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel sorry for the FSB who takes the bullet for not finding this guy first
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Nigel Mavingman - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 16:08:05 EST ID:lYEV514W No.155854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why does the FSB need spies?

They can just ask Flynn what is going on...


SC state legislature accidently endorses accepting federal funds to pay for healthcare for the poor. by Samuel Harringfare - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 11:50:10 EST ID:B7EBVJHu No.155779 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Apparently no one read more than the first few sentences of the bill they were voting on.
A retraction was issued the next day.
http://www.thestate.com/news/politics-government/article132161669.html
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Martin Shittingford - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 14:01:22 EST ID:4NdD7HSe No.155785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh fuck. Now more people will be able to afford the things they need to live. I hope this gets fixed soon, what a crazy mix up.


Trial opens for man accused of shooting Jamar Clark protesters by Angus Ferryford - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 04:55:11 EST ID:5ndREDbt No.155256 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.startribune.com/trial-opens-for-man-accused-of-shooting-jamar-clark-protesters/411007975/

Prosecutors are trying to persuade a jury that Allen “Lance” Scarsella is a racist and that text messages sent to friends signaled that he was the kind of person who would fire into a crowd of mostly black protesters in November 2015, wounding five of them.

In one message, Hennepin County prosecutors say, the 23-year-old asked a friend to join him at target practice “for when we have to shoot black guys.”

When he discussed buying a new gun — the one he would eventually use on the night in question — he complained that another firearm he owned “was not killing brown people dead enough.”

That’s according to Assistant Hennepin County Attorney Judith Hawley, who in her opening statements Tuesday in Scarsella’s trial in Hennepin County for felony first-degree assault and inciting a riot, said the defendant’s racist beliefs led to the shooting.

“Allen Scarsella was scared out of his mind,” Martin said. “And he shot because he was afraid he and his friend were going to get killed by the mob.”

Scarsella, now 24, has been jailed since the shooting. The trial is expected to last through next week.

>“My client was on the ground. He was like, ‘Thank god Scarsella was there.’” Jones said. “If it wasn’t for Scarsella defending him, he’d be dead.”
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Fanny Dinkingold - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 12:12:13 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.155409 Report Quick Reply
>>155402

This. All of that is damning evidence of intent and unless there's some seriously fucky shenanigans in court then this guy is going away for the rest of their life. Possibly the death sentence.
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Alice Bummlekun - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 16:17:35 EST ID:6K0McMSt No.155414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155384
> had reason to fear for his life.
being afraid does not justify murder in MN. if you were fearful for your life you would have fled the scene (or not shown up to begin with). you wouldn't have gone with a bullet proof vest, as one of the guys was wearing. plus, all the witnesses say they opened fire on the protest, before any confrontation.

>>155409
>Possibly the death sentence.
death sentence? in MN? do you even think before you post? even if this was turned over to the feds, you don't get put to death unless you, at the very least, actually murder someone.
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Barnaby Numbleseck - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 17:52:07 EST ID:mFK5yRIO No.155727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155384

I'll shit myself if they manage to get out of it.
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Shitting Brupperhood - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 19:30:17 EST ID:nlPbgZtB No.155766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155727
he did
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Albert Fovingnat - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 20:02:07 EST ID:aIivaRsS No.155770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155766
What? He was convicted on all counts.

http://www.startribune.com/scarsella-guilty-of-assault-riot-in-2015-protest-shooting/412476503/


Winning by Cyril Drasslewell - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 02:50:11 EST ID:O7t/iOJU No.155143 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-01-10/u-s-small-business-optimism-index-surges-by-most-since-1980

The share of business owners who say now is a good time to expand is three times the average of the current expansion, according to the NFIB’s data. More companies also said they plan to increase investment and keep hiring, which reflects optimism surrounding President-elect Donald Trump’s plans of spurring the economy through deregulation, tax reform and infrastructure spending.

The NFIB report was based on a survey of 619 small-business owners through Dec. 28. Small companies represent more than 99 percent of all U.S employers, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. A small business is defined as an independent enterprise with no more than 500 employees.

“We haven’t seen numbers like this in a long time,” Juanita Duggan, president and chief executive of the NFIB, said in a statement. “Small business is ready for a breakout, and that can only mean very good things for the U.S. economy. Business owners are feeling better about taking risks and making investments.”
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John Fosslepeg - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 05:36:25 EST ID:WZU3SLtX No.155741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>155143
>tfw people use my image edits
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Fuck Pubbleway - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 17:40:18 EST ID:okcxXpDl No.155760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155737
Gold does have some specific uses but is as valuable as it is mostly due to general consensus value. The vast majority of gold is just hoarded or used as jewelry. There is no real objective reason gold should be as sought-after as it is except humans seem to like it.
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Cornelius Dubberdale - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 18:31:04 EST ID:lYEV514W No.155761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155760
If we were going by scarcity, we would be all about those transuranic metals....
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Samuel Blackwater - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 19:55:51 EST ID:okcxXpDl No.155768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>155761
We had to read Candide at one point in school. In El Dorado they paved the streets in gold and the children played marbles with gemstones.

What would we even do with all the gold we are hoarding if we wanted to put it to productive use?
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Cyril Cluffingridge - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 13:16:44 EST ID:3yYl7bAK No.155781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155760
They use gold for circuitry. Even though it's very little we make a fuckton of circuit boards.


Breitfart and Infowhores to get prime seats in WH press room by Frederick Woggleket - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 14:31:23 EST ID:lYEV514W No.155410 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Welp, I guess this war on "fake news," is heating up...

http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2017/01/23/us/politics/ap-us-trump-the-latest.html?_r=0

>2:02 p.m.

>The White House is moving forward with plans to give what it describes as a more "diverse group of journalists" a chance to ask questions at briefings.

>Press Secretary Sean Spicer says in his first White House press conference that, beginning later this week, the White House will designate four "Skype seats" in the White House briefing room.

>The idea is to provide an opportunity to ask question to a more diverse group of outlets that may not have the resources to hire a Washington correspondent.

>The new administration has been discussing a series of potential changes to press operations.

>Trump has long had a contentious relationship with the press.
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Hamilton Fellerhedging - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 15:22:36 EST ID:eNO2QElp No.155709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155705
Try forming complete sentences and cogent thoughts.
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James Pockford - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 19:46:05 EST ID:okcxXpDl No.155714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155702
From my (admittedly limited) understanding Obamacare was the best the last prez could get through congress. The general gist of forcing more people into the system to expand the risk pool appears to make sense if you factor in the reality of the health-insurance market. Obviously with such a blunt instrument you create plenty of losers as well as winners. There were also whispers that the ACA was a step in that direction (hence why republicans feared it so much). It is also true that those of us with socialized medicine also pay disproportionately to cover those sicker than ourselves. The United States though has managed to (generalized again) spend more than twice as much for worse care than most developed nations. There is obviously plenty of space for improvement but that doesn't automatically mean that any change is for the better.
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James Hovingridge - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 20:43:15 EST ID:kOO0oq2A No.155717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155714

>From my (admittedly limited) understanding Obamacare was the best the last prez could get through congress.

The democrats have been playing that game forever. Take the bribes, pay lip service to actually sensible policy, and then putting little band-aids on things to keep up the illusion (hence Romney--I mean Obamacare which was enacted when the Democrats were in control of government, and got zero republican votes, and could have been something so much better if the democrats weren't corporate stooges) just roll over without a bit of fight when the republicans (who get money from the same people the democrats get money from) enact policies that make people's lives worse or outright kill them.

>any change is for the better.

Any change that makes it easier for the people who need insurance to live get insurance is for the better, and it's very easily accomplished if only the U.S. were really a functioning democracy and not the public face of corporate donors.
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Ernest Pockgold - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 21:59:31 EST ID:r14Wb2/L No.155719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155709
this board is 18+
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John Pittspear - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 18:57:50 EST ID:okcxXpDl No.155736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155717
Yeah well sure. I'm partially playing devil's advocate. However circumstances can be very different and I'm trying to be reasonably objective. I'm Swedish so my right is to the left of your Democrats on some issues and my leftists to the right of your republicans on others.

What I meant was he seemed to be doing the best he could on the playing field he was given. It's not like the public option came very far. Also he might have made the calculation to screw some to help many.


Senate passes bill allowing coal mining companies to dump waste in rivers by Thomas Mennerbanks - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 05:14:56 EST ID:B7EBVJHu No.155650 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Senate voted on Thursday to repeal a rule that limited companies from dumping mining waste in streams

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-congress-coal-idUSKBN15H2RK
>The coal waste rule was intended to protect 6,000 miles (9,700 km) of streams and large areas of forests over the next two decades, the Interior Department said when it issued the rule in December. It argued the rule would protect drinking water without undermining the economy or energy supply.
>The coal industry countered that the rule could have reduced the number of direct mining jobs by 30 percent and made 60 percent of its existing reservoirs uneconomic to produce.

Yes, some will tell you that putting coal tailings in water sources is bad, but just think of all the jobs this will create, not just in the mining sector, but imagine all the jobs this will create treating illnesses caused by drinking coal tailings.
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Priscilla Fedgehut - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 17:06:41 EST ID:B7EBVJHu No.155711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155710
So you feel the federal government is beholden to fracking companies, and by extension, academia is beholden to the federal government.
Do you also discount academic studies on climate change?
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Edwin Dummertune - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 18:00:00 EST ID:aIivaRsS No.155712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155711
Ignore him, he's just trying to deflect as much as possible.
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James Pockford - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 19:30:14 EST ID:okcxXpDl No.155713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155704
Environmental disasters just have a tendency (most disasters do) to create a lot of work that needs doing; hence jobs. Ideally you would want a long commute to work in this type of instance though. Or you could just blow up a bridge or something... that creates jobs too.
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Charles Drusslefuck - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 21:21:48 EST ID:F36eF3LW No.155718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155708
Thank you, I'll give it a read and rethink my position.
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Edwin Trothall - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 18:54:08 EST ID:i2SzqmZt No.155728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155704
That's how Halliburton makes all their money.


Bowling Green NVR4GET! by Hedda Sizzlekodge - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 18:09:56 EST ID:lYEV514W No.155642 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Guys, we should never forget the Bowling Green Massacre.
So many dead...
#ThanksObama
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Cedric Hozzleduck - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 09:36:38 EST ID:Ya7X089W No.155694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155688
>that means he won't be fucking things up
uuuuuuh, no. it means he's going to fuck shit up even worse because he has no idea what's going on when it comes time to make a decision. this is mr. "i don't need no daily briefing cuz i'm so smart," after all.
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Priscilla Crullerfot - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 11:32:29 EST ID:okcxXpDl No.155696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155694
I think that's exactly the type of reason you don't want him making split-second decisions in the situation room.
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Phoebe Singerstedge - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 19:04:58 EST ID:lYEV514W No.155706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155696
Wait, so his excuse for not being there is that otherwise he would make things worse?

Only Trump....
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James Pockford - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 19:50:42 EST ID:okcxXpDl No.155715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155706
His excuse is that he doesn't need it, him not screwing shit up is more like the unintentional silver lining.
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Hannah Soffinghot - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 22:45:55 EST ID:4LIgr+OO No.155720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155696
>>155715
situation room =/= daily briefing. he'll be making such decisions soon enough. watch as shit gets fucked. ain't no silver lining here, sorry.


Brazilian city in chaos as real life purge wrecks town by Barnaby Dingerdale - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 18:13:08 EST ID:HLEdvHLc No.155679 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2799002/lawless-brazil-looted-burnt-bodies-cops-strike/
Sorry for the shitty source, nothing from CNN yet about this shit
For what ever reason the only real source for anything about this is fucking twitter
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Matilda Blabblewater - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 18:17:24 EST ID:vflflBSh No.155680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This shit happens on a by weekly basis.
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Barnaby Dingerdale - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 18:19:35 EST ID:HLEdvHLc No.155681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155679
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-38879775
BBC to the rescue
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Esther Billingworth - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 18:26:20 EST ID:lYEV514W No.155682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155679
Technically, I think the Philippines are more Purgey. They will straight up pay you cash for every dealer/dope slinger you shoot dead.


New doc leaks from the FBI by Nell Brommerwedging - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 11:49:19 EST ID:AaqRkLOm No.155677 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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> Overview of articles based on the documents
https://theintercept.com/series/the-fbis-secret-rules/

Docs seem to be a shitty series of jpegs not PDFs.
>The rulebook governing all FBI agents’ activities, in unredacted form for the first time. This is the 2011 edition, which remains the baseline document today, although the FBI recently released some updates from 2013.
https://theintercept.com/document/2017/01/31/domestic-investigations-and-operations-guide/
>Detailed rules for how the FBI handles informants. Classified secret. This unreleased September 2015 document is a major expansion and update of a manual from 2007 on the same topic.
https://theintercept.com/document/2017/01/31/confidential-human-source-policy-guide/
>Excerpts from a guide for agents working on counterterrorism cases, which functions as a supplement to the FBI’s main rulebook, the Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide. Classified secret. Not previously released. Dates to April 2015.
https://theintercept.com/document/2017/01/31/counterterrorism-policy-guide/
(https://theintercept.com/2017/01/31/the-fbi-has-quietly-investigated-white-supremacist-infiltration-of-law-enforcement/)
>A document bearing the seal of the FBI’s Anchorage field office that gives tips for agents cultivating informants. It is classified secret, and dates from 2011.
https://theintercept.com/document/2017/01/31/confidential-human-source-assessing-aid/
>A 2016 update to the Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide’s policy on profiling by race, gender, and other factors.
https://theintercept.com/document/2017/01/31/diog-profiling-rules-2016/
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Homeland Security suspends travel ban by Wesley Barryway - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 13:09:33 EST ID:O6HEv1v9 No.155655 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>The Department of Homeland Security announced it has suspended all actions to implement the immigration order and will resume standard inspections of travelers as it did prior to the signing of the travel ban.

>The State Department has said fewer than 60,000 visas were revoked since the signing of the order. It was not immediately clear how many from that group will continue to be without their visas because their visas were physically canceled.

>Following the judge's ruling -- before the government's announcements Saturday morning -- the International Air Transportation Association, a leading airline industry group, wrote to its members to follow procedures "as if the executive order never existed."

"AS IF THE EXECUTIVE ORDER NEVER EXISTED"

http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/03/politics/federal-judge-temporarily-halts-trump-travel-ban-nationwide-ag-says/
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Hamilton Pabbershit - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 18:42:01 EST ID:aIivaRsS No.155661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
An administration that's at war with itself. That's a wonderful sign of stability.
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Frederick Parrynudge - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 21:07:10 EST ID:lYEV514W No.155663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155655
SPD so fucking kills black people.
Seriously....
I saw them almost shoot my Brazilian neighbor and then, when people pointed to the guys they were looking for, whom were white, they just fucking holstered their weapons and sat there for like 3 hours until the crime scene had been cleared. It was just blatant.
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David Mazzlenedge - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 06:02:57 EST ID:8d21LxbK No.155667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>155661
Well to be fair, even under every former presidency, every department has no continuity between each other. Thankfully, the government is pretty inefficient and can't really do anything well due to internal politics and just plain old confusion and lack of communication.

Trump is just causing the media to look into. It has always been this way.


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