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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

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!BzcOsK03.w - Fri, 22 Nov 2019 19:00:56 EST jOmBVbkM No.181053
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  • Bots really do post on this board, particularly from China (they don't even bother to change their IP). Please report suspect posts that encourage odd behaviour. These posts tell to encourage users to not trust their government and to disengage with them.
  • All OPs of thread should include a link to the source of the news. The source should be a reputable and verifiable news outlet.
  • Avoid creating "general threads". New news posted in general threads can and will get lost/go unseen in a "general" thread. New threads keep the information fresh and the conversation moving forward instead of rehashing the information in the OP over and over.
Celt !BzcOsK03.w - Thu, 26 Mar 2020 18:26:13 EST HxBmlo0w No.183618 Reply
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We are now encouraging the use of Usernames and/or Tripcodes as a response to the Chinabots

There's no finessing this: The board is being constantly assaulted by "Chinabots"; automated posts coming from Chinese IP addresses. These posts are often completely unrelated to the thread's topic and all push for the same thing: Chaos in America. They keep pushing users to feel like America is falling apart at the seams and that you the users yourselves should contribute by rebelling or something.

Now as the Corona-virus breaks out across the world, these posts are an increasing problem as they're an even bigger hindrance in this crisis. People are mistaking fake China posts for real ones, while accusing other real posts of being Chinabots.

In the midst of this. we've noticed these Chinabot posts never seem to use usernames, and certainly not tripcodes. And therein may lay a way to combat these Chinabots.

We would like to now encourage everyone who posts on /n/ to use some kind of user name and/or a tripcode in order to identify yourselves as "real" users, as opposed to fake Chinabot users. Your name can be anything, so long as it isn't in the format of the current RNG name generator which gives everyone a "Firstname Lastname" style name. Your username doesn't have to be too specific, something like "Anonymous One", "Anonymous Two", "Friendly Neighbour Anonymous" etc if you still want to keep things vague.

This isn't a complete solution to the problem but we think it would be a big hand in helping things along. At a bare minimum, it'll help the regulars here spot the other regulars and give everyone a better spot at noticing who the Chinabots are. So if you could co-operate with this plan, we'd really appreciate it and think it'll be a big help.

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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Sun, 29 Mar 2020 01:27:54 EST WfnoIpIJ No.183702 Reply
chinabot also never uses >>reference links

US severely undercounting coronavirus numbers, experts say

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- Sat, 11 Apr 2020 09:10:09 EST IoYJBBvY No.184152
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Lydia Summleman - Tue, 26 May 2020 14:34:20 EST GW1axdWk No.185554 Reply
>by himself
He's clearly responding to the one guy who bizarrely thinks NPR is "communist", by asking if heeven knows what that word means and why Americans habitually call random-ass things they don't like "communism".

Maybe you're personally triggered by that sort of conversation, but it's very clearly an attempt at a conversation by directly responding to something said by someone else. And in fact asking for more clarification, which would have required the other party to pariticipate and thus definitionally would have been a conversation, until you derailed this into a non-conversation about non-conversations.

If you want to voice your anger at him then do it honestly, don't pretend you're too dumb to understand what the words "by himself" means. nb
Lydia Hozzlebed - Tue, 26 May 2020 14:36:46 EST XMBLM1NU No.185555 Reply
Thats dumb fucks drooling on each other. Raise your standards.
Phineas Bazzlebitch - Tue, 26 May 2020 15:08:25 EST O/BUJHAn No.185557 Reply
I am asking, why not only he but also so many dumb fuck Fatistan dweller call all thing "Communist" and, do they know even what such thing mean, or what they think such words mean, or what they think is Communism, Marxism, or Socialism. I ask him, or any poltard. Fact you became so much triggered by such question, say to me you probably use such word all of time but too fucking dumb to know what dumb shit from out your mouth even mean. I bet, this first time even some poltard read this and realize, no he does not even know what such thing mean. So, you think PBS is Communism? You think NPR or such thing? Is all media Communism to you? What you think Socialism, Marcism, or Communism even mean? What thing you call such words?


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- Mon, 25 May 2020 12:19:13 EST Rph9pNsr No.185523
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>City Officials Charged with Accepting Bribes from Drug Pushers
A Calexico City, California councilman and mayor pro tem, along with a commissioner on the city’s Economic Development and Financial Advisory Commission, were charged in federal court today with accepting cash bribes in exchange for promises of official action by the city.

Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Robert S. Brewer Jr., and Acting Special Agent in Charge Omer Meisel of the FBI’s San Diego Field Office made the announcement.

According to a charging document, David Romero 36, and Bruno Suarez Soto, 28, both of Calexico, California, accepted $35,000 in cash bribes from an undercover FBI agent who they believed represented investors seeking to open a cannabis dispensary in Calexico. In return, Romero and Soto “guaranteed” the rapid issuance of a city permit for the dispensary, and to revoke or hinder other applicants if necessary to ensure that the bribe payer’s application was successful. Moreover, both men admitted they had taken bribes from others in the past, according to the charging document.

In addition to being a councilman, Romero serves as Calexico’s mayor pro tem, meaning he was set to become mayor in July 2020. Soto was recently appointed to the city commission responsible for promoting business and community growth and coordinating with prospective developers to help them invest in the city of Calexico.

The charges allege that during a Dec. 19, 2019, meeting at a restaurant in Calexico with the undercover FBI agent, Romero and Soto agreed to fast-track the agent’s purported application for a cannabis dispensary permit and guaranteed its rapid issuance in exchange for a $35,000 bribe. The defendants also offered to delay permit applications by competitors, court records said.

The charging document further alleges that toward the conclusion of the Dec. 19, 2019 meeting, when the undercover agent asked if Romero and Soto might later ask for more than the $35,000 payment, Romero assured him that they would not. “This is done. Set and sealed,” Romero allegedly said. Romero explained that he and Soto would require the money to be paid up front, however, because they had done similar work for other people, and those people had not paid the agreed-upon fee after the favors had been rendered. Soto later added, “This isn’t our first rodeo.” Romero and Soto agreed to accept payment of the $35,000 from the agent in two installments, however: half up front, and half “when it’s a for sure thing.”
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Lydia Summleman - Tue, 26 May 2020 12:44:30 EST GW1axdWk No.185550 Reply
That's a ridiculous statement. If a regulation exists to reduce access, as these licensing schemes do, then removing them definitionally increases access.
Lydia Hozzlebed - Tue, 26 May 2020 14:54:07 EST XMBLM1NU No.185556 Reply
>That's a ridiculous statement.
A true statement, no matter how much it bakes your noodle kaboodle.

Biden is shit fuck the DNC

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- Fri, 22 May 2020 12:56:42 EST +RqZH0og No.185428
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Can you please explain to me why exactly I am supposed to not just stay home or vote for that orange retard purely out of spite?
You are literally asking me to vote for a Republican at this point. At least with Donald Trump he is all but guaranteed to crash this corrupt system. Why is that a bad thing again? Seriously this is what the DNC just told us all to shut the fuck up and vote for? Every single day I feel more and more like voting for trump solely to spite the entire democratic party.
>but you'll make trumptards mad
literally is not an argument and after 4 years of disaster you would think anyone can see why that's abysmally fucking stupid. As of today I've gone from mulling over this party or staying home to actively trying to fuck Democrats out of the election at the national level. I want that party to burn to the fucking ground.

Here I'll tell you what you dumb cocksuckers run Bernie as VP. Those are my terms. If Biden does not put Bernie Sanders on as VP I am actively going to vote for Donald Trump out of spite.
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Phineas Bazzlebitch - Tue, 26 May 2020 12:00:43 EST O/BUJHAn No.185544 Reply
Well, at least I do no thing but, of course probably, you tell it was me anyway.

What surprises, is how much USA like acting somehow better than Russia. You know, that we actually have many party and not just Vladimir Pidoran United Russia party yes? But, of course elections is jokes just like on USA. Good thing about you senile orange idiot is, he truly expose USAians to how awful is they society and many they people and voters. That third always was there. Russia did not turn them stupid. Russia did not turn them evil. They always was racist piece of shits and, they same exact people who was in teafaggot movement yours screeching like baboons during Obama, they was same retard who elect dubya twice and, you act somehow it Russia fault?

No I tell you who fault it is, it fault of USA oligarch who choose your figurehead, not you. Vote is clearly irrelevant on USA and, now Democrat party also say, here, have racist scum too. Maybe, solution is abolish this electoral college scam, make direct democracy? Easy with modern technology yes?

But, until such time you always have piece of scum like Trump. You never have real leaders. You always have evil Putin level fatmaster as your fagmaster. They always fuck you over to corporations because only vote who count is USA oligarchy and only reason Trump win or lose is, if they think he making them lose too much money. Now? He open burgers to plague as blood sacrifice to such people. Only reason Biden win is, not enough USAian blood sacrificed to Moloch demons and, they decide using Biden to extract you wealth, pollute environment, reinforce systemic racism and injustices, privatize more public good, cut more tax to oligarchy and corporation and pay for it by killing social security and so on, bleed more USAian of wealth, start more overthrow of real democracies to profit corporation and start profiteering war when that not happen.

Part of delusion is same on any other third world country who think which part of Junta became public speaker matter to them.
Lydia Summleman - Tue, 26 May 2020 12:55:41 EST GW1axdWk No.185552 Reply
>white supremacist poltard
>thinks segregationist joe biden did nothing wrong
interesting how that worked out

NIH lead scientist says we could have coronavirus vaccine by next spring

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- Sun, 19 Apr 2020 13:05:34 EST MNm+EIIc No.184444
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>Kizzmekia Corbett, the National Institute of Health's lead scientist for coronavirus vaccine research tells CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta that a vaccine for coronavirus could possibly be available to the general public by next spring.
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Walter Nobbleville - Sat, 23 May 2020 00:55:51 EST pjSfU+g+ No.185448 Reply
George Nembledale - Tue, 26 May 2020 00:24:07 EST KacXJgjI No.185539 Reply
the cure is to regulate factory farm conditions and not encourage breeding grounds for zoonotic diseases but we don't wanna talk about that
Nigel Sabblewell - Tue, 26 May 2020 07:40:30 EST aRAdhvmK No.185542 Reply
No, haven't you heard? It's because of all those weird foods foreigners eat.


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- Fri, 24 Apr 2020 00:35:26 EST /koWgFFp No.184661
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No more coal.Hopefully air pollution will be reduced...
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Barnaby Hallydock - Sat, 23 May 2020 09:42:05 EST YI2DTdX7 No.185456 Reply
I'd be on YouRube right now if I wanted to know what's on there. If you've got a point to make, use your own words.
Reuben Susslewill - Sat, 23 May 2020 19:30:35 EST LOw6RN4u No.185465 Reply
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That's not a fair argument. Both Denmark and Norway where I live now has basically the same regime as Sweden after opening up beyond closed borders, and like Sweden our numbers are still going down the past 3-4 weeks. Such reorganization of society to work around the virus actually works.

The only difference is that we chose to lock down in order to force down the spread to an acceptable level and then let it spread to hopefully below 1:1. That's where we should criticise Sweden, not their efforts to make society slow the spread and flatten the curve. That work is effective against Covid.
Jarvis Shakedale - Mon, 25 May 2020 15:04:51 EST MibTlTKK No.185534 Reply
Yeah, there is plenty to criticize in the Swedish approach so it's nice when people can keep track of what it actually is. Clearly though you Danes have done better almost by an order of magnitude and I'm sure you know how painful that is for a Swede to admit.

Bolivia's US-backed "self-coup" trying to end democracy and establish full dictatorship

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- Sun, 24 May 2020 10:30:17 EST CYG8DRbD No.185488
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>The U.S.-backed regime could be conspiring with the Armed Forces to suspend the elections through a "self-coup d'etat."

>Bolivia's Senate President Eva Copa Friday denounced that the Armed Forces Commander General Sergio Orellana gave lawmakers a week-long ultimatum to ratify their promotions.

>"If they do not comply with our request, the Armed Forces commander-in-chief will approve the promotions, as our regulations establish," Orellana said.

>According to Telesur's correspondent in Bolivia Freddy Morales, however, this threat is very irregular given that only the Senate has the authority to ratify promotions.

>"Bolivia could be on the verge of a joint plan between the Armed Forces and the government to organize a self-coup, as Senate President Eva Copa warned this week," Morales said.

>The main target of this likely self-coup could be the Legislative Branch, which is controlled by the Movement Toward Socialism Party (MAS).

>Without the Legislative Branch, the coup-born regime led by Jeanine Añez could suspend the elections and expand its time in power.​​​​​​​
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Barnaby Blatherstock - Mon, 25 May 2020 11:20:00 EST O/BUJHAn No.185519 Reply
>complain about Obama executive order
>then demand real diktatorship
>demand fascism
>whine how public health quarantine is lockdown
All you people is perpetually stupid in way I am surprise your parent even learn hole to fuck. What idiot. Diktatorship is always shit. I do not know where such idiotic idea of wise diktator come but it not even surprise me lard ass scooter driver think it must be cool idea. It is not.
Eliza Sablingforth - Mon, 25 May 2020 16:57:04 EST snQLimnZ No.185536 Reply
I know you think you burned him there but it kind of comes off like you know you're overcompensating for something. If it was a punchline, bravo.

I wonder what boatload of Floridamen that just got done watching American sniper a military contractor will point at this one.

White House blockades & seizes PPE/ventilators for states, forces them to smuggle

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- Wed, 29 Apr 2020 22:59:03 EST wYtFGrvA No.184795
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l>Over the last few weeks, it has started to appear as though, in addition to abandoning the states to their own devices in a time of national emergency, the federal government has effectively erected a blockade — like that which the Union used to choke off the supply chains of the Confederacy during the Civil War — to prevent delivery of critical medical equipment to states desperately in need. At the very least, federal authorities have made governors and hospital executives all around the country operate in fear that shipments of necessary supplies will be seized along the way. In a time of pandemic, having evacuated federal responsibility, the White House is functionally waging a war against state leadership and the initiative of local hospitals to secure what they need to provide sufficient treatment.

>On top of that outrage, the Feds are bidding against states who are trying to buy their own supplies, and refusing to interfere in those auctions between states, which have driven prices up by ten times or more. But while you might think that was as bad as federal management of this crisis could be, it is not. This new outrage is deeper: Even those states that are trying to manage their own resources, buying equipment themselves with incredibly scarce resources to aid in a time of crisis, are being stopped, and those resources seized on the way to delivery.

>You could call this piracy. You could call it sanctions. The federal government is choking supply chains to states like it chokes supply chains to Iran and North Korea. These blockades aren’t as complete as those surrounding sanctioned regimes, of course, and some amount of the disruption may be honest confusion in a time of crisis. But the disruption is being brought about by federal interference, and unlike the kind of disruptions you’d want to engineer against antagonistic states, the purpose seems completely unclear — indeed the policy is inexplicable and indefensible.

>Which may be one reason why no explanation has been given. We don’t know where these supplies are going. We don’t know on what grounds they are being seized, or threatened with seizure.
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Rebecca Pendertutch - Sun, 24 May 2020 16:59:08 EST mcs8wGTd No.185503 Reply
No, they're not supposed to be in an urban environment. The point is that you can just plop one of these down anywhere with at least a dirt road, without any consideration for building regs, cheaply (on payments even) and then make something great of the land while you're there.
Sophie Hoshpure - Sun, 24 May 2020 20:59:02 EST TzuE2MAD No.185504 Reply
Americans used to hate criminals and the homeless, but now every American is a criminal and soon every American will be homeless.
Frederick Honeybury - Mon, 25 May 2020 01:06:55 EST eW7lNgCN No.185510 Reply

If everybody in the world was a homeless criminal then the world would be a better place. Thanks for opening my eyes china bot.

Big flood in Michigan

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- Wed, 20 May 2020 13:07:55 EST 8d40VMwH No.185343
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Two dams seem to have burst and a lot of people have to evacuate because the flooding is going to be severe.
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Cornelius Drendlemick - Fri, 22 May 2020 21:13:19 EST snQLimnZ No.185443 Reply
They do every thursday night on rt and we give them no shortage of fodder.

Black Americans feeling the brunt of America's intentionally shitty COVID response

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- Wed, 15 Apr 2020 10:28:53 EST L8xwP3Jm No.184265
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Never change, AmeriKKKa
>The COVID-19 global pandemic is a nightmare unfolding before our eyes that could have devastating impacts that Black Americans could feel most acutely. With scarce testing, health care workers and ventilators, combined with a pattern of red state governors ignoring science and placing profits above people, there are signs that Black communities across the country are bearing the brunt of an inept federal response and unjust health care system unprepared to handle the surge of COVID-19 patients.

>This, of course, doesn’t have to be the case, but government failure and systemic racism means far too many Black people, especially in the South, will lose their lives unless government leaders immediately course correct from the predictable and alarming outcomes ahead.

>Preliminary data show high case counts among Black residents in emerging hotspots, including New Orleans, New York, Detroit, Milwaukee, Charlotte and Albany, Georgia. There are also reports from cities, including St. Louis and Nashville, that predominantly Black neighborhoods have been slow to receive testing sites and equipment compared to white, affluent areas.

>White “America” pretends once again to be surprised by the emerging facts that African Americans are disproportionately bearing the brunt of the coronavirus assault. But why should anyone be surprised? African Americans make up a disproportionate number of the 87 million people in the U.S. who are under-insured or lack health insurance, who occupy the lowest paid jobs, jobs today deemed “essential.” It is in our communities where the toxic waste dumps are located, the petroleum processing companies, the hog farms, garbage dumps, the buildings with lead paint and asbestos, and the highways pumping out millions of tons of pollution every day.

>And it is in our communities that, before gentrification, over the last 40 years, governments under the pressure of neoliberal austerity cut budgets and services. It was in our communities, both urban and rural, where the hospitals and clinics were closed, the sewer and sanitation deteriorated and something as basic to life as water was commodified, contaminated and often cut off.

>While the data is still incomplete and factors contributing to the spread of the coronavirus are not yet fully understood, some experts caution against interpreting the racial disparity as caused by race itself. “It can make sense to point to race as a proxy for other causal factors, such as greater rates of poverty and poorer access to health care,” said Adolph Reed, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Pennsylvania. But Reed warned of the danger of “neatly tying up the specific epidemiological factors for coronavirus or other bad health outcomes with the ribbon of race.”

>“Insofar as people insist on race as the framework, then it clouds what the causal mechanisms are,” said Reed. Race correlates with poverty, a lack of sick leave, exposure to pollution, jobs that leave employees exposed to the coronavirus, and a need to take subways and buses, which can be a source of exposure.
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How does Ilhan Omar keep getting away with it?

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- Thu, 21 May 2020 07:18:27 EST S17YdATW No.185370
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Summary: Ilhan Omar solicits funds to feed the disabled and elderly, claiming she's partnered with state charity organization GMCC. She solicits these funds via another organization, ActBlue. The executive director of GMCC immediately rebuffs Ilhan Omar — she claims there is no partnership and has no idea where the solicited funds are going. Ilhan Omar deletes her tweet and fundraising link.

This understandably blows up among Conservative media as yet another incident of fraud committed by Omar. Days later, the executive director of GMCC finally announces that she will receive Omar's solicited funds. Was this simply a misunderstanding between a high-profile politician and executive director? "No," says another local leader partnered with GMCC, who insists that the charity avoids politicization and that Omar's camp hijacked his one of his event at a local restaurant despite clear instructions to owners.

This comes as just one of the many eyebrow-raising incidents regarding congresswoman Omar, with others including accused marriage and student loan fraud. I ask you for your comments — how is it that a member of Congress can have so much dirty laundry and yet remain unscathed?
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Frederick Pockhall - Sat, 23 May 2020 10:19:06 EST Dg4SuPXx No.185457 Reply
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why are you in any way surprised at corruption from elected members of the american government
Matilda Blatherbanks - Sat, 23 May 2020 12:24:42 EST qPbFZDTy No.185459 Reply
I like Ilhan, she's based.
Henry Sisslefield - Sat, 23 May 2020 15:53:28 EST fxZPTs+O No.185463 Reply
Because she's not actually doing anything illegal and conservatives/Zionists are making shit up about her.

>accused marriage and student loan fraud

Absolute bonkers shit, tbqh. Trump and his cronies are in charge of the DoJ, and none of them like Omar. Do you think they're in Omar's pockets? Is the Muslim Brotherhood replacing die Juden in the paranoid schizophrenic worldview of American cons, as some all powerful entity protecting all Muslims from prosecution, despite the DoJ since Bush being chomping at the bits to punish American Muslims?

People taking the law into their own hands - shiggy

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- Thu, 21 May 2020 11:13:39 EST odEWg5xh No.185402
File: 1590074019541.jpg -(453697B / 443.06KB, 1600x1448) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. People taking the law into their own hands - shiggy

Mississippi Church Suing on Virus Restrictions Burns Down

A church in Mississippi has been destroyed by a suspected arson fire about a month after its pastor filed a lawsuit challenging the city of Holly Springs on restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.

HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. (AP) — A church in Mississippi was destroyed by a suspected arson fire, about a month after its pastor filed a lawsuit challenging the city of Holly Springs on gathering restrictions amid the coronavirus outbreak.

First Pentecostal Church in Holly Springs, Mississippi, burned down Wednesday morning, news outlets reported. When investigators from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office got to the scene, they found graffiti in the church parking lot that read: “Bet you stay home now you hypokrites.”

“We’ve kind of racked our brains and we have no idea,” Jerry Waldrop, the pastor of the church, said. “No enemies that we know of. We don’t know anyone that we even think could be capable of doing something like this.”

Waldrop had filed a lawsuit against the city of Holly Springs last month, alleging police officers had disrupted a church bible study and Easter service. Holly Springs City Attorney Shirley Byers said nearly 40 parishioners inside the church building were not practicing social distancing on April 10 when a violation citation was issued for the church.

Churchgoers practiced social distancing while indoors and only held indoor services when bad weather would not allow them to gather outside, the lawsuit said. Waldrop's complaint also asked for a temporary restraining order to keep city officials from preventing church services.

While Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves's safer-at-home order allowed churches to operate as essential businesses, Byers said the city did not give churches the same latitude until they amended their local order in late April to allow for drive-thru services. She said Waldrop’s lawsuit has yet to be served.

Authorities are offering a reward for tips on the arson investigation.

>stay home, everybody!
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John Heblingmet - Fri, 22 May 2020 18:14:39 EST GW1axdWk No.185437 Reply
>Stop with the violence and the murder.
Guys I don't think some stoner venting on an imageboard is the font of all violence in the world.

It's pretty cringy, sure, but you're not some modern day Jesus by yelling at him for talking shit.
Caroline Pickfield - Fri, 22 May 2020 18:17:58 EST dZDaQqJv No.185438 Reply
What if I think the pastor should get bit by one of the snakes he handles or the children he probably molested? What if I think it's a shame he didn't accidentally self immolate while staging this, am I a bad person?
Eugene Tillingforth - Fri, 22 May 2020 18:35:01 EST GYsJBwcY No.185440 Reply
>caring about what UseNet communities think when the term has been co-opted by /pol/ scum like you as a leverage to shitpost around opinions you dislike since 2014
go back to the future McFly

Amazon / Whole Foods systematically tracks employees for an "union risk" assessment heat map

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- Tue, 21 Apr 2020 13:26:21 EST E2Yofruj No.184561
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>Amazon-owned Whole Foods is tracking and scoring stores it deems at risk of unionizing, according to five people with knowledge of the effort and internal documents viewed by Business Insider.
>The scores are based on more than two dozen metrics, including racial diversity, employee loyalty, "tipline" calls, and violations recorded by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
>Whole Foods is keeping an eye on stores at risk of unionizing through an interactive heat map, according to five people with knowledge of the matter and internal documents viewed by Business Insider.
>The stores' scores on each metric are fed into the heat map, which is a geographic illustration of the United States peppered with red spots to indicate high-risk Whole Foods stores.
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New mass shooting gernal.

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- Wed, 01 May 2019 01:17:42 EST VjbP5tfK No.175316
File: 1556687862017.png -(413772B / 404.07KB, 553x362) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. New mass shooting gernal.
The last one died. Never again!

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Jenny Fisslehene - Thu, 21 May 2020 08:56:41 EST Xe3EgBbe No.185391 Reply
No matter how let down you feel by society, there's no excuse for becoming a terrorist and hurting innocent people who had nothing to do with why you're upset.
Reuben Binkinchig - Thu, 21 May 2020 09:18:55 EST GYsJBwcY No.185396 Reply
Nobody's arguing that, but you'd be a fool to think we couldn't help prevent this sort of thing from happening in the first place with cultural and mental health reforms. American society encourages the sort of social isolation that produces derangement and then tells the products of such isolation to bitch up. It's not a shocker that some of them turn bad as a result.
George Pickcocke - Thu, 21 May 2020 10:06:05 EST odEWg5xh No.185401 Reply
Yes, it is a shocker. It's absolutely crazy. It is not natural for a socially isolated person to desire to commit mass murder.

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