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I should have warned you to have your volume way down before playing the video. I still can't find 4 cats.

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CNN Devotes Two Segments to Trump’s ‘Executive Privilege’ for Eating Two Scoops of Ice Cream
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I'm going to become an "artist".

Why Pay $15 Million for a White Canvas?
https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles ... ite-canvas

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Maxine wants your money to impeach Trump
How about spending your own money you crazy rich bitch if you're so committed to impeaching Trump.

On a side note: I wonder how many people know what impeach actually means? It's not what many think.

Maxine Waters just made joining her Trump impeachment effort VERY affordable
http://twitchy.com/dougp-3137/2017/05/1 ... ffordable/

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http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2017/0 ... -security/
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The latest trenchant industry analysis from Mike the (Anti-)Gun Guy . . . The NRA Is In Denial About The Slowdown In Gun Sales – “Not only have more than half the total background checks conducted since January 1, 2017 been for something other than a gun purchased over the counter, but NRA brouhaha to the contrary, background checks for gun sales continue to slide down. Gun sales always slow a bit in April because the yard needs work and then sales drop off even more from May through August because guns can’t compete with the beach. But the March to April drop-off in 2016 was around 12 percent, this year sales from March to April slumped 22 percent.  For January-April, 2016, total NICS gun checks were 4,950,000 (I’m rounding off,) for the same period this year gun checks were 4,500,000, a drop of 10 percent, with handgun checks declining by 17 percent.”

Okay, so what the F where those non-gun purchasing background checks for then??????? The world wonders.
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I'm going to become an "artist".

Why Pay $15 Million for a White Canvas?
https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles ... ite-canvas


You'll likely starve, die poor, and then MAYBE other people will make a ton of money selling your stuff.

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I'm going to become an "artist".

Why Pay $15 Million for a White Canvas?
https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles ... ite-canvas


You'll likely starve, die poor, and then MAYBE other people will make a ton of money selling your stuff.

So you're saying things won't change much?

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Post Number:#758  PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 9:51 am 
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I am just a wee bit suspicious that this might be fake. This and a quick look at the rest of the site gave me a migraine.
But it's an example of some of stupid shit running around out there.

Edit, wow! Wiki article on the site:The Daily Stormer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Daily_Stormer
Edit Edit: Removed the link to the site. If you want t go there google it.

Breaking: FBI Uncovers Evidence That 62 Million Trump Voters are All Russian Agents
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Anonymous sources within the FBI have revealed to The Times that they have new evidence indicating that everyone who voted for Donald Trump is an agent of the FSB (formerly the KGB). An unknown portion of these voters may have had their minds controlled by a Russian space-beam, agents close to the investigation say.
The allegation that 62 million Americans appear to be employed by Russian intelligence services has rocked the Bureau, and it is reported that multiple agents have taken their own lives, given that realizing just how deep this Russian hacking conspiracy runs blew their minds – literally.
This shocking new revelation comes after it was confirmed as a fact that Russia did Wikileaks because Donald Trump personally called Vladimir Putin and asked him to. It was also revealed earlier this week that Alex Jones (real name “Alexi Jonesinov”) is a Russian sleeper agent who was ordered by the FSB (formerly the KGB) to post news articles on the internet saying that Donald Trump would be a good President.
However, the revelation that 62 million Americans are taking orders directly from the Kremlin is a revelation of a whole other order, which FBI agents are struggling with how to deal with.
It was determined by Puerto Rican federal judge Mizu Tomazaki that it is a crime to support Donald Trump or to post positive things about him on the internet. 9th circuit judges Weinberg, Steinman and Goldenstein upheld the ruling. Despite this, the logistics of rounding up 62 million people and locking them in prison present a difficult task to overcome.
It may also be that not every voter is a direct agent of the FSB (formerly the KGB), and some may have been under the control of a mind control beam in space.

“We have not determined for sure that everyone who voted for Trump was paid directly by the Kremlin, given that it is highly possible that the Russians used a space-beam from a satellite to control their brains from a facility in St. Petersburg, and moved their bodies like puppets to the polls to check the Trump box,” one current agent familiar with the investigation told the times, describing the process of using a satellite-mounted space-beam to control people’s actions as “Russian neuro-brain hacking.”
This method was developed by the KGB, which became the FSB following the fall of the USSR.
What we know for a fact is that the only reason anyone would vote for Donald Trump is that they were being influenced, whether through cash payments, blackmail or space beams, by Russian agents from the FSB (formerly the KGB).
“If people were not beholden to Russia, they would have voted for Hillary Clinton,” a senior agent said, citing a definitive analysis by CrowdStrike, a contractor hired by the DNC to investigate Russian space-beam mind control.
When asked for comment on these reports by The Times, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the allegations of space-beam mind control by the FSB (formerly the KGB) were “ridiculous,” “outrageous” and “goofy.”

Senator Chuck Schumer called the response from Peskov “predictable,” adding, “what do you expect from the criminal Putinist regime that kills journalists, oppresses gays, invaded the Ukraine, murdered innocent Syrians and hacked our elections by controlling people’s brains with a space-beam?”
Upon hearing of the revelation of the fact that 62 million American voters are working directly for Russia, Senator John McCain has called for mass arrests. He referred to all Trump voters as “radical traitors to the core values and principles of democracy and human rights,” and demanded they be imprisoned and their homes given over to Syrian refugees.
Taking a softer stance, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan tilted his head, smiled and said he doesn’t know what’s going on.
NSA chief Mike Rogers said that though it is a well-established fact that going all the way back to Soviet times, the Russians have used space-beams to control people’s brains, he’s “never seen anything on this scale before.”
The Times also sought comment from President Trump; however, when asked about these allegations, he began screaming in Russian and jumped in a big truck and drove off down the road.

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After visiting that site I feel like I need to take a shower.

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Seattle Using Politically Correct Term ‘Community Member’ for Police Shooting Suspect
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Seattle Police officers are no longer referring to a crime suspect as a “suspect” and instead use “community member” in reports in order to use less offensive and politically correct language.

Police sources used the term to describe someone who shot three policemen last month after an armed robbery. Police officers involved in the incident were instructed to describe the gunman, who was fatally shot after he fired at the officers, as a “community member” rather than a suspect in the report, KIRO 7 reported.

“I think this is all in an effort to make sure our report writing sounds politically correct,” Seattle Police Officers’ Guild Kevin Stuckey told the news outlet.

Some officers called out the new term, saying it’s actually offensive because of their work with violent suspects.

In the Seattle police force’s reporting system, Blue Team, which is used for police reports and other tasks like the department’s administrative investigations, the word for suspect also changed on multiple forms—but only if police officers filling them find the term offensive.

Seattle Chief Operating Officer Brian Maxey told the outlet that the new term is aimed at improving police reports since calling someone a suspect could be misleading if they aren’t suspected of any crime.

“Similarly, we don’t know or inquire about citizenship status, so labeling someone a citizen is arbitrary,” he said. “Neither term is confusing at all.”

According to Seattle Police Officers’ Guild President Kevin Stucky, however, the new term is vague.

“I don’t think you should have a broad stroke like that and call everybody the same thing,” he said. “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with calling someone who is a victim a victim, or calling someone who’s a suspect a suspect.”


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F*** "less offensive" f*** politically correct, and f*** Seattle.


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F*** "less offensive" f*** politically correct, and f*** Seattle.

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F*** "less offensive" f*** politically correct, and f*** Seattle.

Fuck censorship! Haha

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It had one for a while...lol

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Man tries to rob pizza place with gun magazine, employee slaps it out of his hands
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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A man tried to rob a pizza place on Ocean Boulevard Tuesday night by pointing a gun’s magazine at the employee, but the employee slapped it out of the suspect’s hands, according to a Myrtle Beach Police report.

Police responded to the location at about 10 p.m. Tuesday night and spoke to the employee, who said he saw the suspect and asked if he needed help. The report states the suspect then pulled out a magazine for a firearm and pointed at the victim, telling the victim to give him everything he has. The victim then slapped the magazine out of the suspect’s hands.
The suspect grabbed two rounds that fell out of the magazine, turned around, and walked out the door, the report states. City cameras did not catch the suspect leaving the restaurant.

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Suspected Oroville bank robber foiled by ankle monitor
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Oroville >> Oroville police said a man Tuesday morning robbed a Chase bank on Oro Dam Boulevard. A few hours later, the suspect was arrested after the authorities tracked him down using the coordinates of his parole-assigned ankle monitor.
The robbery happened about 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Chase branch at 2001 Oro Dam Blvd. E., according to a press release issued by the Oroville Police Department.
Officers were told a man demanded money from a bank employee using a note, and no weapons were seen or presented, according to the release. The man took an undisclosed amount of cash and ran away.


Officers searched the area with the help of a Butte County Sheriff’s Office helicopter but did not immediately find the robber.
A few hours later, about 12:30 p.m., the authorities identified the robbery suspect as 48-year-old Robert Badger, who is on parole and required to wear a GPS ankle monitor.
Police said officers found Badger using the coordinates of his ankle monitor and arrested him at the Motel 6 parking lot on Montgomery Street for his suspected role in the robbery.
Badger was still wearing the ankle monitor when he was taken into custody.

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Overreach?

Farmer faces $2.8 million fine after plowing field
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Farmer faces $2.8 million fine after plowing field
http://www.redding.com/story/news/2017/ ... 336407001/

Just plain ridiculousness. I'm glad the proposed federal budget cuts the head off of the EPA. They are a FAR bigger agency than they need to be.

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I agree. The EPA and the ATF have gotten entirely too big for their britches.


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http://twitchy.com/sd-3133/2017/05/26/a ... democracy/

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