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Ex-mercenary: South African group intentionally spread AIDS

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- Fri, 10 May 2019 11:03:44 EST he4GBVyV No.175574
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Fuck to the Boer dog:
>South Africa-based mercenary group has been accused by one of its former members of trying to intentionally spread Aids in southern Africa in the 1980s and 1990s.

>The claims are made by Alexander Jones in a documentary that premieres this weekend at the Sundance film festival. He says he spent years as an intelligence officer with the South African Institute for Maritime Research (SAIMR), three decades ago, when it was masterminding coups and other violence across Africa.

>The film also explores the unexplained murder of a young SAIMR recruit in 1990, whose family believe was killed because of her work on an Aids-related project run by the group in South Africa and Mozambique.

>And it also claims the group’s then leader had a racist, apocalyptic obsession with HIV/Aids. Keith Maxwell wrote about a plague he hoped would decimate black populations, cement white rule, and bring back conservative religious mores, according to papers collected by the film-makers.
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Samuel Pusslebick - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 05:56:11 EST N+Am4PdH No.176675 Reply
you have to be a fucked up kind of person to even do this stuff

those fuckers would be the first calling for help if they even had a symptom of ebola
George Nogglechetch - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 10:37:06 EST 4BGzK8aj No.176695 Reply
It seems like it's mostly HIV positive people who are lying to themselves. I've heard about such organisations who ceased to exist at some point because all the influential people died from AIDs.
Angus Girringnare - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 15:58:45 EST FcmxzwLT No.176714 Reply
>if no one bothers to spend hours on an online image board arguing with me about my own health I must be right
this is why you're stuck here: you're so afraid of real pushback of your beliefs you lazily spam out six sources that "prove" whatever the fuck you inanely pull from it you resort to posting on an irrelevant section of a small imageboard. you do it because if you posted your shit anywhere popular or on a skeptics forum you would get your asshole ripped from your body.

fuck off.

Alabama of all places did something right for a change

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- Sun, 09 Jun 2019 02:12:10 EST +8irr0Qf No.176604
File: 1560060730074.gif -(505316B / 493.47KB, 500x282) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Alabama of all places did something right for a change
>Alabama governor signs campus free speech bill into law

>Alabama's governor signed a bill into law Thursday that would stop colleges and universities in the state from limiting free expression and student speech to select areas designated on campus as "free speech zones."

>The Republican-sponsored bill would prohibit public universities in the state from establishing the so-called "free speech zones," which supporters of the bill say effectively limit full freedom of speech for students to designated areas of the schools, according to ALReporter.

>Free speech zones, which have been touted by some as ways to allow students to express a variety of opinions, often require school faculty to be notified in advance and approve demonstrations in the zones. Critics say such a process places an undue burden on students.

>Most Alabama colleges opposed the bill, the outlet reported.

>"The public institution of higher education shall not permit members of the campus community to engage in conduct that materially and substantially disrupts another person’s protected expressive activity or infringes on the rights of others to engage in or listen to a protected expressive activity that is occurring in a location that has been reserved for that protected expressive activity," the bill states, according to ALReporter.

>The bill's sponsor, state Rep. Matt Fridy (R), called such efforts by universities "unfair" attempts to crack down on viewpoints they disagree with.
What the fuck even is a "free speech zone"? Back when I was in school I remembered this being literally what police designated as places you could protest and hold signs safely away from jackass WTO and G20 types of diplomats and politicians and such where you couldn't bother anybody and they fenced everyone off with metal gates and sometimes pepper sprayed people in there anyway, like it was some kind of sick concentration camp foreplay.

So what exactly is going on? Why exactly does it feel like there's been a global crackdown on freedom of speech right and left? I keep reading new articles about journalists being arrested or sued even in supposedly developed "free" countries.
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Edward Choddlelock - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 18:53:19 EST gqdJTQSS No.176684 Reply
Point being they have come up with nothing themselves. Hell, even the future was left libertarian until Fox mouthbreathers invaded it. All their memes are rehashes of either shit leftists came up with or retarded Wyatt Mann cartoons, even included their frogposting which they decided to use as a symbol and that too was created by a leftist.
Cornelius Dartgold - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 00:41:56 EST Zg4OPEmQ No.176687 Reply
They legally don't must. That's the thing. If you want the liquor store, you have to eventually deal with the monopoly, because that's how markets and private property work. Big platforms have no legal obligation to host any content, and the private property regime makes discrimination their prerogative (under certain bounds, e.g. no blanket discrimination based on race, sex, disability, sexuality, etc.) That's not just a problem with youtube, that's a problem with the private property regime, a regime that also generates concentrated ownership of "old media".

The reason right-wing memes are often filled with jpeg artifacts is because they're copies of images that have been shared through chain e-mails for over a decade. It's wild when someone dumps their /pol/ folder and it's literally shit reactionaries online have been sending each other since I was a child. Then they have the gall to say others "can't meme" while they spam wojaks and pepes from 2011 in 2019.
Angus Girringnare - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 15:50:52 EST FcmxzwLT No.176713 Reply
Nobody likes free speech anymore OP, they just want their war. And they'll all get it, too. Only when the streets are bathed in blood will they realize their mistake.

Macron regime increases arms sales to Saudis 50%, threatens journalists

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- Fri, 07 Jun 2019 12:45:25 EST 83o1U3v3 No.176566
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>An annual French government report on arms sales showed that their overall sales rose 30% in 2018, with the largest percentage increase coming in sales to Saudi Arabia, where they went up some 50% from the previous year.

>The bulk of French arms sales to the Saudi government were patrol boats meant to help the Saudis enforce their naval blockade of Yemen, which has severely limited access to food and medicine across much of the country.

>The Macron government is threatening to lay charges carrying a five-year jail sentence against journalists who exposed its secret provision of arms for Saudi Arabia’s illegal war in Yemen, in which tens of thousands of civilians have been killed.

>According to the statement, the journalists were each informed at the start of their questioning that the investigation was being opened under laws of “terrorism and attack on national security.” “This,” Disclose writes, “deprives the Disclose journalists of protections guaranteed by the law of 29 July 1881 on the freedom of the press.” The police sought to coerce them into identifying their source.

>The Macron administration will likely lay charges against the journalists under an extraordinary, anti-democratic law passed in July 2009, on “security of defense secrets.” It makes it illegal for anyone to come into possession, “destroy,” or “bring to public knowledge” any document deemed by the government to be important to “national security.” It includes a maximum 5 years’ jail term upon conviction, and a 75,000 euro fine.
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Hugh Pockridge - Mon, 10 Jun 2019 10:47:49 EST qFtXSnUb No.176643 Reply
The whole Melenchon club is just another personality cult.
Jenny Bozzlewore - Mon, 10 Jun 2019 12:24:14 EST QgwvDyjp No.176644 Reply
yeah right up until the borg enters the scene and then it's all no prisoners and genocide

Interesting LOCAL NEWS

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- Tue, 21 May 2019 22:07:13 EST DPNKRzl5 No.175945
File: 1558490833951.jpg -(189143B / 184.71KB, 1000x750) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Interesting LOCAL NEWS
Tonight at 11....

Woman involved in 31 crashes thinks people are out to get her and yet she still has her license

Back to you, Dave.
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Phyllis Seshtetch - Wed, 29 May 2019 17:44:26 EST JD5F68go No.176150 Reply
>I like how the gas company has concluded they were not at fault before either the official or they themselves have wrapped up the investigation.

A need for less government oversight. "job killer" as-it-were.
Cedric Drecklestodging - Thu, 30 May 2019 09:38:04 EST g+vb2gyp No.176169 Reply
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Do you want fire-fighters, EMTs, coroners, and construction workers to lose their jobs?
Ebenezer Dripperfield - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 19:42:51 EST M/Ws53KS No.176599 Reply


There is some good news for a troubled effort to bring high-speed internet to rural areas.

Kentucky Wired officials told state lawmakers Friday morning they expect to complete their project by October 2020.

The effort finally received permission to hang cable from utility poles, which caused delays. The project was originally supposed to cost Kentucky $33 million, but is now expected to cost $1.5 billion.

State lawmakers praised Kentucky Wired for its recent progress.

"The group that is in control of this now is doing a great job and they were dealt a very difficult hand to play when they took over," said Sen. Danny Carroll.

The Kentucky state auditor and legislative research commission are still conducting separate inquiries into the contract, which was signed in 2016.

> I want to hope for the best but having been through those areas, I know nothing good can come of it.

Kaysville man charged with threatening members of Congress, made more than 2,000 calls

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- Fri, 07 Jun 2019 15:02:55 EST M/Ws53KS No.176573
File: 1559934175171.jpg -(42261B / 41.27KB, 395x529) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Kaysville man charged with threatening members of Congress, made more than 2,000 calls

A Kaysville man is facing a federal charge of making multiple phone threats to kill members of Congress and reportedly made more than 2,000 phone calls to the U.S. Capitol in the last 13 months.

In a complaint unsealed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Utah, Scott Brian Haven, 54, is charged with one count of interstate transmission of threats to injure. If convicted, Haven could face five years in prison and a fine of $250,000.

Haven was arrested Tuesday morning in Kaysville, according to a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Salt Lake City. He appeared Wednesday before U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Paul M. Warner, who found Haven to be a danger to the community and ordered him detained “pending resolution of the case.” The spokeswoman did not know where Haven was being held.
Isabella Dendersat - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 05:13:17 EST dOMqKRUF No.176582 Reply
We have some legislation to 'supposedly' to temporraly take guns from citizens if they are deemed a danger to others.

Reality, the FOP or police organizations are against this. In certain places.
Why? Because some police are more reckless than one could imagine.
Ebenezer Dripperfield - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 14:01:03 EST M/Ws53KS No.176592 Reply

Try that again and try making fucking sense, please.

Growing measles epidemic causes travel bans and quarantine ships

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- Sat, 01 Jun 2019 20:00:22 EST pJ3PGJ0/ No.176301
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>The United States recorded 60 new measles cases last week, taking confirmed cases for the year to 940, the worst outbreak since 1994 and since measles was declared eliminated in 2000, federal health officials said on Monday.

>Public health officials have blamed the measles resurgence on the spread of misinformation about vaccines, as a vocal fringe of parents oppose vaccines, believing, contrary to scientific studies, that ingredients in them can cause enthusiasm.

>As measles cases in the USA continue to rise from their highest level in a quarter-century, health officials pondered a drastic step – forbidding those believed to be infected from flying.

Remember that Scientology plague ship that was getting shunted from quarantine to quarantine in the Caribbean?
Well, get ready for a lot more of that in the future. Thanks, anti-science chuds!
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Caroline Pivingsotch - Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:00:05 EST mkuo11iM No.176523 Reply
this is all interesting, the side effects aren't really that insane though, allergic reactions are the only potentially fatal side effect and ncbi reports the mortality rate of vaccine induced anyphylaxis as less than 2 in a million procedures. Can't really say I trust a nation that indulged in biological warfare from the start to be honest about vaccines either, though
Nell Shakeway - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 12:50:03 EST XjrLTKB0 No.176568 Reply
Not to mention anything that you experience during a medical or drug trial that cannot be clearly attributed to something else, must be listed as a possible side effect. Which is why nearly ever drug has things like headache, stomachache etc as a side-effect.
Augustus Debberman - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 09:33:35 EST eqQh14b9 No.176587 Reply
With headache and nausea, yeah. Death is still pretty rare though.

Trump Veotes Ending the Yemeni Holocaust

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- Thu, 30 May 2019 08:48:24 EST KetzL85W No.176167
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So public support has finally grown large enough that congress had caved and put forth a joint-resolution to end the Yemeni Holocaust (S.J.Res.7). Trump however exercised his veto powers (the second time since he has been in office) in order to perpetuate the crisis. And then a few days later he sells billions worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia. This war is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, but for both corporate-dominated parties, war profiteering trumps ethical concerns (no pun intended). It just goes to show the frailty of partisan tribalism. Obama or Trump, Bush or Clinton, both establishment parties largely support the whims of the ruling class in the US.

The Joint Resolution: https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-joint-resolution/7?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22war+powers+resolution%22%5D%7D&s=1&r=3

Progressive Source (Jimmy Dore - anti war): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FPFmxaqbGA
Corporate Dem Source (CNN - pro war): https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/16/politics/trump-vetoes-yemen-war-powers-resolution/index.html
Republican Source (FOX - pro war):https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-vetoes-resolution-calling-on-us-to-pull-support-of-saudi-led-yemen-war
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Wesley Hippergold - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 09:14:35 EST UxSGvy17 No.176402 Reply
Is this the only joke you have? You said this like a dozen times already.
Martin Woshmure - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 23:23:53 EST lpZbEjVe No.176579 Reply
>In a move critics warned could empower the Saudis to manufacture their own high-tech weaponry for use in their assault on Yemen, the Trump administration reportedly wants to allow the American arms giant Raytheon to work with the kingdom to construct bomb and missile parts inside Saudi Arabia.

>As The New York Times reported Friday, President Donald Trump's emergency declaration last month greenlighting billions of dollars in U.S. weapons sales to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval contained a provision that permits Raytheon to "team up with the Saudis to build high-tech bomb parts in Saudi Arabia."

>The provision, according to the Times, immediately "raised concerns that the Saudis could gain access to technology that would let them produce their own versions of American precision-guided bombs—weapons they have used in strikes on civilians since they began fighting a war in Yemen four years ago."

>"The move grants Raytheon and the Saudis sweeping permission to begin assembling the control systems, guidance electronics, and circuit cards that are essential to the company's Paveway smart bombs," the Times reported. "The United States has closely guarded such technology for national security reasons."
Augustus Debberman - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 09:20:33 EST eqQh14b9 No.176586 Reply
No he cares about the things he actually did, like attacking foreign nations, pulling out of treaties, deregulating, etc. The wall is a distraction for TVs the throw at us. It's the right wing version of Russiagate.

U.S. Falls in World Press Freedom Index

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U.S. Falls in World Press Freedom Index


We attached swords to a Hellfire missile, because we are numbskull barbarians

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- Sat, 01 Jun 2019 20:05:07 EST pJ3PGJ0/ No.176302
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"This knife missile seems like something ACME Corporation would design to kill Road Runner."
>The U.S. military and the CIA reportedly have a new tool in their arsenal: a bomb that doesn't explode, but deploys sword-like blades to kill or maim its human targets.

>The R9X Hellfire Missile, which The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday has been used at least twice—once by the Pentagon and once by the CIA—is a new weapon that is intended to reduce civilian casualties. The missile does not have an explosive warhead, but rather uses its weight and "a halo of six long blades" that deploy before impact to shred through whatever is in its path.

>"To the targeted person, it is as if a speeding anvil fell from the sky," said the newspaper, citing an official familiar with the missile.

>Nick Waters, an award-winning journalist and researcher, noted that while previous suspected drone strikes by U.S. forces overseas had produced mysterious results, perhaps the R9X—"a Hellfire missile with fucking swords attached to it," he said—provided a possible explanation.
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Reuben Sopperlot - Tue, 04 Jun 2019 03:58:07 EST M7mkSe5T No.176432 Reply
The weapon seems like a good idea. Comes in a wooden crate. I don't see it as
reallly being done with as been said previously with other weapons; with surgical
Nell Seffingstone - Tue, 04 Jun 2019 04:02:24 EST IPhGrk45 No.176433 Reply
It's all fun and games until the government drops one on your house during a thunderstorm and blames it on a tornado and heavy winds.
Walter Bongerbotch - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 21:34:05 EST FYmKNQkp No.176577 Reply
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It's a sniper missile?

Newly legalized hemp industry set to create a jobs boom in the US

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- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 13:12:39 EST PlPYyJaR No.176442
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Does anyone else think hemp will drastically reduce our carbon emissions?
Replaces a lot of plastic products, and can even substitute for concrete (which is one of the biggest emitters in the world). It's carbon-negative and oh did I mention it creates a fuckton of jobs.
Pic related, hempcrete
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Eliza Mongerworth - Thu, 06 Jun 2019 17:47:03 EST 6Iu20UkS No.176548 Reply
nigga, why are you wasting your time with all these goobers.
Albert Billingdale - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 01:43:45 EST FyFUkuwg No.176557 Reply
'down to reality'? I legit brought figures/stats to the dickjockey saying insinuating shit like 'u dont know what the r value is this is just hype' shit you cotton shill. Cannabis is gods genus. Im an architect and trade level horticulturalist, debate me you cotton shill.
Albert Trotlock - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 04:00:08 EST X2nxfq1+ No.176561 Reply
I think, plants do absorb carbon emissions. Yet, convert carbon dioxide, into oxygen.

Canada is on fire

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- Sat, 01 Jun 2019 19:44:14 EST pJ3PGJ0/ No.176299
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>At least 10 wildfires are burning out of control in Alberta, and the massive blaze that has forced the evacuation of High Level is nearing half the size of the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire. The Chuckegg Creek fire near High Level has grown to approximately 280,000 hectares, up from 237,000 hectares on Thursday, according to provincial officials. The devastating Fort McMurray wildfire consumed 589,000 hectares.

>Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said that a number of factors, including climate change, have contributed to the dire forest fires over the last two weeks. "We have huge patches of very old, boreal forest where there have not been fires for, in some cases, 80 or 90 years,” he said. “All of the forestry experts will tell you that these regions of Alberta have been overdue for a major forest fire and our forests have been growing older."

>NASA featured a view of Canada from space in a tweet on Saturday that shows the extent of the blaze. “Smoke from several large wildfires in Canada was so thick and widespread that it was easily visible from 1.5 million kilometers away from Earth,” NASA wrote in an accompanying news release. “The intense burning fueled pyrocumulus clouds, which lofted smoke high into the atmosphere and allowed high-level, fast-moving winds to transport it long distances.”

>With elevated concentrations of particulate matter in the smoky air across much of Alberta, citizens encountered gloomy, reddish skies, NASA wrote. The infernos have created a blanket of smoke and reduced the air quality in large parts of western Canada and in some parts of the U.S.
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Nell Fepperhood - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 01:56:13 EST 0zQ7076A No.176558 Reply
I believe it was called the haymen burn fire. Worth looking up, in Colorado. Massive fire, lasted I believe the entire summer. Open the windows if there was the right wind, only to wake up at like 4 am with almost choking smoke smell. Coming back from a fishing trip back to Denver on Colfax on a saturday night. Just thick smoke.
This id like 65 miles away? The night smoke hung low and we actually believed
there could have been a serious accident or situation. As the streets would have been filled with pimps crackheads, etc. The ashes were like the game silent hill?

That was rough times. Not sure if they found the source of the blaze. Tourist industry and fisheries and fishery business were and still are to some degrees impacted by this. 20002? I am and have always been somewhat interested in forestry, BLM, land management stuff.
Nell Fepperhood - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 02:22:29 EST 0zQ7076A No.176559 Reply
>There's just about 80 years worth of tinder sitting around in the underbrush
>there that's been waiting to go one day or another.

If you mean like pine needles like 3 feet, more, down if you dig. These can stay hot, capable of 'restarting' fires for easily weeks or longer after a fire had passed through. It may seem that the tops of these decades old deposits of fuel may seem virtually untouched by fire, while the surround areas are torched. Meanwhile, a single ember may have reached under these and had been combed over and over by fire and volunteer and see and notice nothing.

Then a week later or more later, torch up again.

Colorado in particular there are incentives to clear trees x distance from homes. I had explained to people who wanted to plant pine near their homes, that if there were a fire, they could more easily lose their mountain homes. Interesting enough, I did convince people to remove tees and to eventually get rid of years of fuel, from their properties. It works.
Albert Trotlock - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 03:58:05 EST X2nxfq1+ No.176560 Reply
>Canada is experiencing the effects of climate change at an accelerated rate.

I am not a climate prepare or deny junky. We have what was called ST.Mary's glacier.

It fed a nice creek with easilly spooked brook trout. The glacier is half, of what it was. In The 80s. In general, it is gone. It used to have avalanches, as small as they were. Lucky to get cut by a piece of ice on a 11 degree day.

Not saying it is gone. But. Admission, global warming m\'may' be real. But it is not man-made.

We (the US) can surely light up the world and kill mankind over and over easily.

We have clear creek, trout fish, every year a gas tanker, segfaults and spills it's payload, into the creek. Coors is beer, no fish will survive below a certain point.

Aside from tailings from mining.

Late Stage Capitalism

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- Thu, 06 Jun 2019 19:24:11 EST eY/fmK4X No.176555
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"NHS must be on the table."

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- Tue, 04 Jun 2019 19:06:27 EST 8pt/AtPX No.176472
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I need to get new dictionaries. I didn't know they changed the meaning of "Sovereignty" to mean "US Colony"
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Polly Durringmut - Thu, 06 Jun 2019 18:18:22 EST g+vb2gyp No.176551 Reply
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More importantly who the hell wears a black hat with a blue suit?


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- Thu, 06 Jun 2019 17:59:29 EST Zhdk+f9U No.176549
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> And now for some less shitty news.


It was around 3 p.m. on a chilly day in December. The sky was overcast and the scent of rain hung in the air when Rina Kambayashi happened upon a creature she had never seen before.

Opening the front door to her family's gracefully weathered 150-year-old traditional wooden house, Kambayashi stepped out into the garden. She froze when she noticed a lone, dog-like animal standing among the withered shrubs growing by the rim of a small, empty, man-made pond. The distance between them was around 3 to 4 meters, the 53-year-old homemaker recalls when we meet in April at her residence on the outskirts of Chichibu, a mountain-ringed city in Saitama Prefecture.

Kambayashi says the animal stared at her for a few seconds before she called inside for her aging mother, Chiyo, to bring a camera. Her voice prompted the mysterious canine to disappear into the bamboo forest bordering a valley leading to the Anya River, a tributary of the Arakawa, one of the longest rivers in Japan.

The animal had an elongated, triangular snout. Unlike dogs, which typically have prominent foreheads, its face seemed relatively flat from the top of the skull to the nose, she recalls. It had a straight tail and patchy, black-and-brown fur. Around the size of a medium-sized dog, it looked hungry, with its ribs showing.
Charlotte Senkinhall - Thu, 06 Jun 2019 18:05:24 EST Zhdk+f9U No.176550 Reply

Fucked up the title. My bad.

>In search of Japan's extinct wolves: Sightings of a mysterious canine in Chichibu have been captivating animal enthusiasts

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