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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Proud Boys vs. Antifa: Guess who Trump Criticizes?

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- Sat, 17 Aug 2019 17:03:33 EST 4scaaRdR No.178302
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>Far-right groups are rallying in the north-western US city of Portland, Oregon, amid fears of clashes with left-wing counter-protesters.

>Police are mounting a major operation to keep the two sides apart.

>The stated aim of the far-right gathering is to urge that the antifa (anti-fascist) movement be declared a domestic terror organisation.

>Proud Boys - which The Southern Poverty Law Center, a major US civil rights organisation, has classified as a hate group - have been involved in previous far-right rallies, and violent street clashes, in Portland.

Obese orange man criticizing anti-fascists rather than fascists. Smells like Charlottesville.
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Charlotte Murdspear - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 23:29:30 EST fxZPTs+O No.178485 Reply
SPLC is trigger happy when it comes to hate group designations (their designation of Soleilmoon as a hate group stuck in my craw because their distribution of Death in June records is literally just not a big deal at all) but they do it across the aisle. They designate the NOI, the New BPP, and other black nationalist groups accurately as hate groups, and they provide vital resources for civil rights lawsuits and coverage of the growth of hate groups in the US. The number of real hate groups on their map outnumber the bullshit ones. The claim that they're just a fundraising group is bullshit imo.

This rkeefe guy you're linking to is deranged and I can tell you this just by looking at his blog. He has a serious obsession with the SPLC and overstates their threat to his own civil rights. Take this choice quote for example:
>We saw the devastating loss of Constitutionally protected civil rights after Congress rammed through the USA PATRIOT ACT in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks in 2001. The SPLC’s “Domestic Terrorist” slur threatens to be every bit as dangerous.

Like, are you kidding? The SPLC, which has succeeded in taking down a sum total of ZERO of the groups on its Hate Map, is a bigger threat to civil rights than the actual civil rights obliterating PATRIOT Act? Whatever this dude is smoking, I want some. This goes beyond "reasonable criticism" of the SPLC and enters into Bush-era conspiracy lunatic territory.
Alice Clavingnag - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 00:17:15 EST E3mLPIS4 No.178487 Reply

Well, thanks for saving us the effort of googling, and giving us an article written by the rose city antifa (portland antifa)

In my previous post, I was lookong at texts from the linked article. The relationship between police and "Tiny Toes" does seem inappropriate.

The police are repeatedly protecting a small force from a larger one. That they have a working relationship really doesn't shock or offend me. That they've developed personal relationships as a result doesnt schokc me, and offenda me only slightly. Reading the full body of texts, they are asked to stay away from portland more than once, and are given boilerplates in response to some complaints. We also get this little gem

2017-12-30 21:41 +0000 9718063043->3606353081 Hopefully not. If you decided just stay up in Seattle it would help us...just saying

2017-12-30 21:42 +0000 3606353081->9718063043 I can't. But refuse fascism wants march with us, so that might help keep things calm. Seattle wants us stay in portland too.

2017-12-30 21:43 +0000 9718063043->3606353081 Yes I have been seeing the FB stuff. Are you and Pam going meet with Refuse??

2017-12-30 21:50 +0000 9718063043->3606353081 Well I hope it goes well. This could be a turning point for both of your groups

2017-12-30 22:02 +0000 3606353081->9718063043 Sounds like antifa wants nothing do with refuse fascism so I don't know. We will see. I will let you know how it goes

2017-12-30 22:03 +0000 9718063043->3606353081 Yes, I have learned refuse fascism tried doing stuff for Nov and RCA told everyone stay away. Well good luck. I’d be interested hear how it goes. Have a good new year weekend

2018-01-02 17:19 +0000 3606353081->9718063043 Did you see what happened with refuse fascism?

2018-01-02 17:24 +0000 9718063043->3606353081 No. On their Facebook page?

2018-01-02 17:26 +0000 3606353081->9718063043 Luis called then up and threatened them. They freaked out and shut down the page. The guy I am talking is pretty scared right now. He literally said he thinks RCA are the real fascists.

2018-01-02 17:28 +0000 9718063043->3606353081 Wow, when will others realize Luis is the involved in so much. So doubtful you and their group will work together on the 20th now. That’s too bad

2018-01-02 17:35 +0000 3606353081->9718063043 Still working on it, they are pretty pissed
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Alice Clavingnag - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 00:18:57 EST E3mLPIS4 No.178488 Reply
Oh man, sorry. I didn't realize the implications of my formatting

Washington State Representitive Openly and Publicly Planning Sepratist Military Coup

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- Tue, 20 Aug 2019 23:10:42 EST dZDaQqJv No.178480
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Y'allqueda becomes a more fitting title for these types every day. For those unfamiliar with the area this is a town about 100 miles away from Ruby Ridge.


>“Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God.” That phrase appears repeatedly in a trove of private emails and documents recently obtained by The Spokesman-Review through multiple sources. Shea, R-Spokane Valley, has used it to sign messages to his associates on the far right, including militia members who took part in the 2016 armed standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge.

>Last year, at the Marble religious compound in northern Stevens County, Shea described a brewing civil war in the United States, telling a crowd: “Liberty must be kept by force.” He later acknowledged writing a manifesto titled “Biblical Basis for War.”

>Shea and some of his closest supporters have made physical preparations for a holy war, one that would help them establish their long-envisioned 51st state, their Redoubt, their Christian homeland. Leaked emails published this week reveal that Shea has had close ties with a group that conducted “patriotic and biblical training on war for young men.”

>In addition to running “background checks” on liberal activists and supporting military-style training for boys and young men, Shea has in recent years sought to purchase GPS tracking devices, compiled dossiers on local progressive leaders and kept a blacklist of suspected informants in his network.

>By January 2017, Shea had developed suspicions about a new group of associates, and he sent Pounder a list of four names. “Please get with Scout and add these names to the confirmed informants list,” Shea wrote. Scout was a code name for one of Shea’s most trusted lieutenants, Anthony Bosworth, who’s known for bringing guns to the federal courthouse in Spokane and physically abusing his 17-year-old daughter in a videotaped public altercation in Yakima.

>In a fall 2017 group chat on the encrypted messaging app Signal, Pounder shared the address and contact information of an activist who had opposed a right-wing occupation of federal land in Nevada in 2014, and who was now pushing legislation to protect wolves in Washington. Bosworth suggested sending the activist the severed tail and testicles of a wolf from North Idaho. Shea then chided Bosworth – not for the wolf-parts proposal, but for creating an electronic record of the conversation. Such things should be discussed face-to-face, Shea wrote.

>That was the same chat in which Bosworth and Jack Robertson, who hosts a far-right radio show using the pseudonym John Jacob Schmidt, proposed acts of violence against liberal demonstrators and Shea offered to conduct background checks.
Thomas Binkinhure - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 00:12:49 EST M/Ws53KS No.178486 Reply

Not surprised at all. These people have a cult mentality and seem predisposed to acts of violence and ignorance.

Iceland commemorates dead glacier killed by climate change

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- Mon, 19 Aug 2019 07:26:45 EST tlilhxRg No.178398
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Every day, that scientific report about humanity being completely extinct in 10,000 years is looking more realistic.
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Priscilla Bluggletedge - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 20:40:03 EST 2frQs8IP No.178472 Reply

What scary isn't ecological collapse, it's not gonna kill us off.

It's the very real possibility of loss of civilization. There's plenty of island examples where local civilization cuts down the entire local forest and fucks itself into non-existence, best known example is the Easter Islands. We also have other civilization collapses from climate change, like the Mayans and the bronze age mediterranean nations.

Earth itself is an island for a global civilization, you know like the civilization we have right now.
Cyril Cottingville - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 21:22:07 EST tlilhxRg No.178475 Reply
That shit keeps me up at night. Since we already harvested ALL easily accessible non-renewables, there's no backup plan. If our current global culture collapses, humanity will live in the middle ages until it goes extinct.
Esther Brenkingold - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 22:33:59 EST 3R3JJ+gG No.178477 Reply
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meg = ppm = parts per million
O2 is about 20 % of our atmosphere, or about 200000 ppm. CO2 is about 420 ppm.

Pollution of our atmosphere, land, and oceans is awful in countless ways.

I am employed to research the potential of microalgae to capture CO2. Running out of oxygen should be nowhere near the top of anyone's concerns when there are so many more pressing environmental problems. Relatively small changes in any atmospheric constituents can have serious consequences, even this decline in oxygen, but we just have so many problems much greater magnitude.

Trump Asks Supreme Court to Permit Employment Discrimination Against Transgender Workers

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- Tue, 20 Aug 2019 20:47:44 EST 2tqtMmOE No.178473
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Cool and good Mr. President!

Also, the reason that they probably can't actually do this, at least not without a fight:


>Trump's fight to make transgender discrimination legal may make all sex discrimination legal again

The latest of many, many, hostile actions towards protected minorities. His administration seems to have a particularly large bone to pick with the LGBTQ community, which should surprise absolutely no one, but which even to me is shocking in it's brashness. And he's probably gonna get 4 more years to do shit like this because the dem establishment is completely crooked and incompetent.

Yay Hellworld.
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So goes it when you elect a party of religious conservatives.

Trump, QAnon and an impending judgment day: Behind the Facebook-fueled rise of The Epoch Times

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- Tue, 20 Aug 2019 10:54:53 EST k4enMT4C No.178441
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I was unaware of this particular brand of craziness but apparently it's quite influential so I figured I'd share.

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Ernest Semmlechick - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 19:08:43 EST qppWmiSq No.178462 Reply
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They (china) torture disappear individuals and groups that are not a 'good citizen' It is a disgusting torture regime, yet you side or seem to side with them (communitst china) because of your dislike of liberals?

They find Christianity an enemy and dangerous to the state just as easy. They cut the people off from communication with the world, yet falun and others manage to do so. The propaganda has rule over your so-called (fake news) disinformation. If you challenge propaganda, you are ruled enemy of the state. You will possibly be imprisoned.
Which means, basically anything will be done to you.
Caroline Monnerfutch - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 19:43:41 EST wFK2Hm63 No.178469 Reply
Foolong dongs aren't Christians and operate like a mafia though. You probably took the cell phone they offered you fucking fool. Fuck CCP too, they are about as communist as you all are Christian. We need another Genghis Khan. Free East Turkestan.

Financier Jeffrey Epstein arrested on sex-trafficking charges

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- Sat, 06 Jul 2019 22:47:33 EST Zhdk+f9U No.177242
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NEW YORK — Law enforcement officials say that wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested in New York on sex-trafficking charges.

Two law enforcement officials said Epstein was taken into federal custody Saturday on charges involving allegations that date to the 2000s.

The officials spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the pending case.

Epstein is expected to appear Monday in Manhattan federal court. A message was sent to his attorney seeking comment.

Epstein’s arrest was first reported by The Daily Beast.
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Ernest Clayforth - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 04:16:37 EST +caSzARK No.178390 Reply
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>spunky warning the chinabot
Spunky - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 04:19:23 EST M/Ws53KS No.178391 Reply

Yeah wasn't sure until I scrolled down and saw it was posting in every fucking thread. I've dealt with it and notified the other mods.
Hedda Pezzlewell - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 09:23:32 EST M/Ws53KS No.178440 Reply


ST. THOMAS, V.I. — Less than 48 hours before Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself, he was preparing for death: He had just signed his will, according to court documents filed on Monday in the Virgin Islands.

Mr. Epstein was found early on Saturday, Aug. 10, after he had ended his life with a bedsheet he had tied to his bunk in a federal jail cell in Manhattan. Left behind were scores of anguished accusers, a universe of unanswered questions and a $500 million fortune, which he ordered placed in a hastily arranged trust.

“The 1953 Trust,” apparently named for Mr. Epstein’s birth year, was established the same day the will was signed — two days before he was found dead in his cramped cell in the Metropolitan Correctional Center.

“In witness whereof, I have duly executed this will, 8 day of August 2019,” Mr. Epstein wrote, followed by a small, looping blue signature.

>HMMMMMM, that's not suspicious at all.

1 Million+ Protesters in Hong Kong

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- Wed, 19 Jun 2019 22:32:54 EST 4scaaRdR No.176884
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Hong Kong citizens are protesting a potential bill which has since been suspended which will allow extradition to other countries including mainland China. People don't want to get disappeared by Xi so they are taking to the streets. Chill on this source, it's BBC's youtube channel, the original video was some gay iPlayer shit only available in the UK. But this vid explains it well.


This one is good too

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Hamilton Pommlebanks - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 03:35:18 EST ar9mMa8V No.178384 Reply
Chinocchio is a real boy!
Lydia Crecklefield - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 03:58:44 EST MvRoQ1jI No.178388 Reply
I understand using a bot to sway public opinion, but why the fuck would they not have it change up it's posts so it doesn't post the same thing over and over again? I've literally seen this post about five times already this past weed alone, are the chinese that shit at programming a bot?
Jenny Clagglehall - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 00:53:02 EST vVyfKFDb No.178432 Reply

I'm kind of honored they think our opinion is worth swinging

Kill all garlicfags

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- Sun, 28 Jul 2019 23:31:20 EST k4enMT4C No.177664
File: 1564371080877.jpg -(64925B / 63.40KB, 600x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Kill all garlicfags

Some dude shot up a garlic festival. It's weird enough that that's even a thing without bringing mass shooting into it. What kind of a person would want to go to a garlic festival and more importantly why would anyone want to kill them all? Did he think he was a vampire? Did his girlfriend dump him because he put too march garlic in his soup? Place your bets for the motive now!
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Jenny Billingville - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 18:27:12 EST 9DSxKIX/ No.178309 Reply
Why do you come to an English-speaking board to talk in the most awkward grammar ever? Why don't you let the Americans figure it out for themselves and practice your English in a classroom.
Beatrice Saggleshaw - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 23:44:26 EST QgwvDyjp No.178427 Reply
that's a bot

these are chinabot posts
Rebecca Billingwell - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 00:50:10 EST 2j3JVXuJ No.178431 Reply
There is no power in being an individual. You either get your ideas from someone else or live to see your own be stolen for the greater group. And fuck your job. Next time go hijack the whole school bus and plant that bitch deep where indoor weed grows. I'll see you at space mountain shouting wheepoooaatutuionuiasxazquicoatoasolazc hiffwe into the air but no one will listen to the wisdom because you just kept working. Now that is wealth.

Is the Boeing 737 Max 8 safe?

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- Mon, 11 Mar 2019 08:39:26 EST 0k+47I+E No.173497
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When a newly built plane crashes, it's not a good thing. When two crashes in a short amount of time, you have to wonder...

(links below have video)
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Shit Bendlekit - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 15:59:57 EST 3Odo9IR+ No.178407 Reply
>What else were they supposed to do? Dissolve the company and put every single person out of a job?

You mean like how they did and had Fly by Nights come in and make the new 737 thats gonna bankrupt the company? bang up job that.
Simon Brurringladge - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 16:53:31 EST WL3e2fsO No.178409 Reply

It's hopelessly naïve to think that a type cert revoke from one variant of a short-to-medium commercial airframe -- the lowest margin area of the business -- will bankrupt Boeing.

Boeing still holds the global monopoly on long range widebodies, which is where the real money is at in the commercial game. The A380 was a commercial failure and the A350 is still just an afterthought for non-european airlines. Russian widebodies are outdated garbage. Chinese widebodies are still realistically 50 years or more away. Asian airlines all unanimously want 777s and 787s.

They also hold essentially all of the designs for military aviation airframes used by the non-communist world.
Graham Noddlekork - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 20:03:59 EST 3Odo9IR+ No.178414 Reply
I like that you ignored the point that even with all the funding, breaks, and merging, they still fired all the experienced high payed workers, rendering your point moot.

But I did misspeak, and I apologize. It won't bankrupt Boeing, because of its military contracts, but it will likely go the way of Lockheed. Complete shutter of its civilian side, because widebodies arn't wanted anymore. Long range, small planes are the future. Hell you said it yourself with ETOPS.

All your privacy are belong to US

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- Thu, 01 Aug 2019 05:41:23 EST py3e5C6B No.177748
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Democratic and "freedom-loving" governments wants software backdoors:
Computers are withcraft anyways.
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Jarvis Drabberbury - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:37:48 EST rp365JcO No.178182 Reply
Over and over, these lead not to specific persons of interest, but balnket accessability. oem spped tweaks bough a few books from a bookstore.
The .gov was finally franted access and what did they do, gained all users
info. The bookstore did carry contriversal title, but no reason for
suspscsion across the board to reach into unrealted peoples privacy.

Eventually the people prevailed. If they did not seek, police did not access all users private informatuon, the all would have been somewhat reasonable.

The books, in every aspect had nothing to do with I guess amphetamine production. Which was overkill to begin with. The store likely had no
books on manufacturing methampetamine. Let alone policy would have restriced ordering such books.
Fuck Nepperbidge - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 17:00:53 EST U6Xd+xQG No.178301 Reply
Afraid the scary brown people might rape you?
Also what do you mean you're not allowed to say anything, you can spew ignorant bs all you want, as long as you're not personally harassing, or stepping on anyone'a rights. No one has to be forced to give you a platform. No one has to entertain you're ideas, it's their freedom tell your dumb ass to shut the fuck up.
Getting banned off Twitter for harassing a trans woman isn't the same as the government censorsing political speech. The anti immigration garbage shit is completely in line with the garbage our commander and chief spews out his ass.
Archie Bellynon - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 15:26:04 EST e0glW7F7 No.178404 Reply
>Afraid the scary brown people might rape you?
*reloads tab* privacy....

Recession soon fellow STALKER

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- Wed, 14 Aug 2019 18:42:06 EST xlt30iDE No.178201
File: 1565822526096.jpg -(32630B / 31.87KB, 814x294) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Recession soon fellow STALKER

So DOW dropped 3% in one day after hitting the long awaited 27,000 point mark. China derates their currency. Germany shows markers it is nearing or going into recession. And a prediction measure that has typically been accurate in the past shows the US is headed for a recession as well. What is the response? Cut interest rates more to artificially prop up the economy so that when it does crash, it has even further to fall.
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William Billinghood - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 07:57:34 EST cTqHsJvI No.178399 Reply
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>Until this report got made public and pushed by the media, everyone thought the economy was flawless.
Literally nobody thought this except boomers sitting in their living rooms watching FOX and CNN. The economy is been shit since 2008 and it's no secret.
>If anything Trump should have worked to slowing growth after he was elected to make sure it stayed positive but the amplitude lower.
No, he should have overturned Obama's bank deregulations instead of expanding them. He should have increased federal income taxes on the rich instead of removing them entirely.
>The reason I like the SCOTUS being red is as I said before, it keeps the wacko far leftists in check in the coming few decades.
Please, tell us what you're worried about the "wacko far leftists" from doing? Are you worried they might protect the climate or stop the holocaust in Yemen, or protect clean drinking water? Are you afraid they might ease the burden on the impoverished masses? The far left is the only strong political element in the US working to fix our broken democracy. Nobody except for Bernie, Yang, and Tulsi (out of the candidates currently running) have called out the countless flaws in our democratic process.
>The whole of the West is moving more and more left as I said above.
People might be going left since Trump's election, but for 30 years, the spectrum as a whole in the US has been moving right, such that modern democrats are yesterday's republicans and modern republicans are yesterday's far-right. Surely you're old enough to know that?
>I'm not on board with taxing wealth and ownership of money.
Then you're a fucking idiot. The ultra megarich should pay their fair share. Why should the richest people be exempt from paying taxes on their trillions, enjoying numerous mansions and estates, while the rest of us can't afford any housing, healthcare, or education? Taxing wealth would bring trillions annually in tax income.
>Those things are going too far left for me. Just as is banning abortions
>banning abortions
>far left
You're completely backwards. Banning abortions is universally understood as a republican policy point, a rightwing goal, not left. Even the MSM is clear about that.
>Status quo sells fam. Radical change doesn't. Remember most people that vote are over 30, have their shit invested in the game and have a lot to lose if the system gets changed and it doesn't work out
Again, no. Bernie is incredibly popular, far more than Biden. Biden's only strength is his overwhelming MSM support. That's what's fooling idiot boomers. A demand for radical change is what determined the outcome of the last 3 elections. The system already failed and "didn't work out" when Obama deregulated the banks and we got the 08' crash, which our dollar and our general population has never recovered from. You can't just wave your hand and spout some vagaries about the country as reasons for why the poor must remain poor and the rich should never be taxed.
>if you aren't a fucktard, you can actually make it alright in the US
>I work 50-60 hours a week for little money and absolutely no benefits and no personal time
So you actually mean, if you're a slave who has no freedom, "little money, absolutely no benefits, and no personal time," then you can barely survive? You're describing a system of inequality while trying to push this BS ideology of rugged individualism, austerity for the poor, and socialism for the rich.
>What you are reading is again someone who is experience and has spent more time in the world that you
You think you're the only person not in their 20's? Goddamn I can't believe how you can be so wrong on so many points and yet also so full of yourself. Maybe you'd have more informed views if you didn't assume immediately that every stupid comment that comes out of you is flawlessly true.
>If Bernie was given the free reign to do whatever without any limitations, he'd run the US into the dirt in a matter of weeks.
Please back this up. Our economy has tanked. The masses are poor. We're at endless wars, and millions have been murdered. The climate is failing, and income inequality is at an all-time high (the highest ever in human history). Please tell us how we're doing great and Bernie will ruin this great system. Keep America Great, amirite?
>Just like all our active measures to stop climate change have strange and unintended and usually massive effects. There is a reason we can't slow down global warming. It is beyond our scope of influence as humans.
Why are you so retarded man? You have no idea what you're talking about. The reason we can't slow down global climate change is because the pursuit of wealth trumps climate protection efforts. That's it. It's because we have a president who is actively stripping the Clean Water Act and Endangered Species Act, a president who is opening our oceans and our national parks to drilling. It's because for the last 30 years, we've had a string of presidents who will gladly watch the world burn if it appeases their corporate donors.
>Even if we all ceased to be, the climate will still runaway at this point.
This is not scientifically founded, and few, if any, climatologists would agree with your armchair assessment.
>I don't want political discourse to be a leddit like circlejerk of one party all doing whatever the fuck they want with no checks and balances in place.
If you really think there are two differing parties in the US, and that they balance each other out in a meaningful way, then that only betrays your lack of true understanding on the topic. We have one dominant part, the corporatist party. Pseudo-centrism is a thinly veiled form of conservatism.
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Martin Willydock - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 10:09:47 EST tnSBl6Zd No.178400 Reply
>except boomers sitting in their living rooms watching FOX and CNN
Leave cnn out of this dickweed. Cnn has not lied about the economy and how it's not doing well. Don't speak on things you don't know anything about.
John Mocklehall - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 11:39:43 EST SgD7srIZ No.178401 Reply
>Getting defensive over CNN
Shitting on AT&T is absolutely fair game. You're an idiot if you think they accurately represent the economy. Deception by omission is still deception.

Teens are being hospitalized for lung damage after vaping — "It's mind-boggling," doctor says

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- Wed, 14 Aug 2019 10:12:37 EST AhvFjFWT No.178191
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In Wisconsin, at least a dozen people have recently been hospitalized and treated for severe lung damage. The first cases were reported last month, and the number has been growing. All of these patients are young — between their teenage years and 30s — and all of them appear to have been harmed by vaping.

Wisconsin's Department of Health Services confirmed 12 cases and is investigating 13 others, including older patients up to their 50s who are experiencing lug damage as a result of vaping, according to The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

The hospitalization of at least a dozen young people raises the question: How have e-cigarettes caused so much damage, when they haven't even been around for that long?

"It's mind-boggling," Dr. Diana Zuckerman, president of the National Center for Health Research, told CBS News. "The vast majority of people who smoke started as children or as young teens, and yet you don't hear about people getting lung cancer until their 40s, 50s, 60s," she said. "Think about that compared to what's happening to these kids now. I've never heard of a smoker ending up in the hospital in their teens."

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Lillian Derringhidge - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 19:00:42 EST Zz0/pjIL No.178311 Reply
You're correct because i'm not going into detail. But my thought process comes from having worked in a vape store for the past two years and paying close attention to current studies.
Nathaniel Pickfuck - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 23:04:22 EST PMjbdMQ/ No.178321 Reply
as someone that vapes, I am not going to sit and here and go into details about shit that you can literally google in seconds. Fuck off with your youtube tier bullshit.

France broke heat record

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- Fri, 28 Jun 2019 18:34:00 EST qFtXSnUb No.177069
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>Météo-France said it recorded the new record-high in Gallargues-le-Montueux, a town about 25 kilometers (16 miles) northeast of Montpellier, at 4:20 p.m. on Friday. In Villevieille, also in southern France, the official temperature peaked at 45.4°C (113.7°F).

>The temperature in Gallargues-le-Montueux easily broke the country’s all-time record, which was set during the European heat wave in August 2003, when the temperature in southern France reached 44.1°C (111.4°F). The 2003 record was broken in at least 12 different places on Friday.

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David Settingtadge - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 19:04:13 EST 6PDLZpdU No.178087 Reply
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I'm not arguing that.

Most British people and western Europeans and south western Europeans (Iberian peninsula) share a common ancestor, Basque people, the original "whites" and oldest native group in Europe before the Indo-Europeans, "old Europeans". My theory is that another old European ethnic group are the Finno-Ugric/Saami .

That doesn't exclude the obvious incest practices between the Anglo-Saxons during the dark ages.

For example a few years ago they tested DNA of three Anglo-Saxons buried near Hinxton (they lived around 1,300 years ago) . Such tests can detect whether someone was a product of incest, or not. Three of the Anglo-Saxons buried there were tested specimens named "Hinxton-2", "Hinxton-3" and "Hinxton-5". All those three Anglo-Saxons were women.
And this is what they found about parents of those three individuals:

Hinxton-2 : parents were first cousins.
Hinxton-3 : parents were first or second cousins.
Hinxton-5 : parents were half siblings.

They also found two Celtic-era Britons buried in the same place, who lived 2,000 years ago named "Hinxton-1" and "Hinxton-4". They were males. And parents of those Iron Age Britons were not related to each other.

So incest was common in Dark Age Britain, but not in Iron Age (pre-Roman) Britain. An Anglo-Saxon practice that was brought to the new World (specially the Southern States).

Pic related basque kids who can easily pass as British.
Reuben Dartbury - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 21:50:12 EST knEJrFNN No.178093 Reply
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Europe just has to stay cool with ice-cream...
Betsy Duffingtotch - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 04:31:32 EST LP2R8jy+ No.178287 Reply
yo I'm american and I ain't said none of that shit so you wrong

By Jupiter...

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- Sat, 10 Aug 2019 21:46:24 EST knEJrFNN No.178091
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Here's to Jupiter~ our first line of defense vs alien rocks;
Although technically this isn't "world" news.
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Hedda Gublinglock - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 17:44:36 EST 6PDLZpdU No.178165 Reply
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Jupiter give us STRENGTH!
Hugh Creggleworth - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 18:58:41 EST E2Yofruj No.178170 Reply
Yeah it seems our big cousin Jupiter eats extinction level chunks for us on a regular basis.
It has even been speculated that our relative proximity to a gas giant is one of the major filters in the fermi paradox.
Wesley Gucklekeg - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 18:45:53 EST +8irr0Qf No.178202 Reply
I was going to say this. It's largely been assumed that structure of solar systems harboring life necessitates very large outer planets acting as shields for the softer inner worlds, as well needing active cores to generate magnetic fields protecting life from lethal amounts of radiation. At least for earth life. Fortunately, such solar system constructions may in fact be common with very massive outer-mid ranger planets and smaller habitable rocky worlds closer to star.

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