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They deleted it:

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The #1 reason I can't ever live in Scotland is because if I were ever confronted by an angry, screaming Scottish man, I'd laugh my ass off at his goofy accent, and he'd murder me.
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I know nothing of nanoarrays, but don't consider this idea impossible. There's stiff sniff competition, though. Dogs sometimes outperform million dollar equipment on specifics. Diabetes sniffers sense when their owner is dangerously high in blood sugar. Much more convenient that having the patient understand when breathing into some device might be required.

Other dogs warn for oncoming epileptic seizures. I don't know if that is from smell or owner's behaviour. Successful cancer detection has also been reported. Just hit me - are there dogs who specialize in detecting environmental pollution of different kinds?

They can be trained to check water for sewage leaks/human fecal contamination. I'm not sure what else has been done with pollution but you can probably train them to sniff out most things.
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The VA GOP has gone full fucking looney tunes. If there was ever a chance I would've voted for any of their candidates at any level, that chance is gone. Even if there's an unopposed race, I'm leaving it fucking blank. Fuck these assholes.







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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
These email pranks are fucking amazing. How many people have been fooled so far?

http://money.cnn.com/2017/08/22/media/breitbart-prank-emails/index.html

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A self-described "email prankster" seemingly fooled top editors at Breitbart over the weekend into believing he was Steve Bannon, the fired White House chief strategist who returned to the right-wing website as executive chairman on Friday.

In the emails, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow pledged that he and several other top editors would do Bannon's "dirty work" against White House aides. The emails were shared with CNN by the prankster.

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"Reading online about how i'll be bringing forth my wrath on Ivanka and Jared," read an email sent Sunday from the fake Bannon account to Marlow. "I'd be doing this great nation a service if I did."

"I spooked em today," replied Marlow. "Did five stories on globalist takeover positioning you as only hope to stop it."

"You need to own that, just have surrogates do the dirty work. Boyle, Raheem, me, Tony have been waiting for this," Marlow added, referring to Washington editor Matthew Boyle, Breitbart London Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam, and reporter Tony Lee.
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Well, don't judge until you've tried it.
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https://www.adn.com/nation-world/2017/06/08/bear-breaks-into-colorado-house-plays-the-piano-but-not-very-well/

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In the living room, as security camera footage would later reveal, the bear took in the views, loped around the coffee table and briefly stood on its hind legs to play the piano. The animal was less adept with that human-designed apparatus: The music was not very good.

Well maybe if you people would let bears into music stores, they could actually take piano lessons and play better music for you, ASSHOLES.

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As if to prove the point, the piano-playing bear came back about an hour after Hawley went back inside, she said. The police returned to shoo him up the hill. Hawley said she heard it come back a few more times that day to pound at the window, which by then was locked. She ignored it.

He should've stood outside her window with a boom box.
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My cat is too much of a princess to bat a cup around the sink. She just sits there and meows for her loyal servants to come over and turn on the tap.

Also if I sleep in, my food-obsessed mancat gets extra hungry and comes up to climb all over me, lick my hair, and occasionally nibble on my arms until I finally get out of bed. If I ever die alone at home, he will be tearing into my corpse for a snack within an hour.
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I couldn't see anything. Complete cloud coverage. :(

I'll see the next one from the International Space Station when I'll be a space vet for NASA.
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It started fucking raining 20 minutes ago. :sadcheer:
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Got I hate the multipart Tweetstorms. Write a fucking blog already

Nobody reads blogs or clicks more than 1 out of 50 links they see on twitter, grandpa.
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Interesting piece on the volunteer/mercenary fighters in Ukraine:
https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-ukraine-gore-no-glory-for-war-veterans/28681378.html

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RFE/RL's interviews with more than a dozen other fighters in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Kaluga support that assessment, and illustrate how the thousands of Russians who fought in Ukraine find it difficult to readjust to daily life and now exist on the fringes of society.

They get no official state support of any kind. Kamayev lives on a measly state pension that he gets not for military service, but "for being an invalid -- like if I had been hit by a passing trolleybus." It's a sick irony, he suggests, that those who make it back from Ukraine in one piece have to struggle to get by.

The volunteers feel left out, perhaps because they were never really recognized in the first place.

While President Putin has not dismissed the possibility that some Russians might volunteer to fight in Ukraine, he has denied supplying them with arms and the Kremlin has officially refused to acknowledge their role.

Essentially, what the Kremlin gets is a large and powerful proxy army that allows it to maintain plausible deniability of official involvement in the Ukraine conflict. The volunteer soldiers, according to the fighters themselves, get next to nothing.
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Okay, so I have known a few anarchists who have been more violent/destructive.
well, cards on the table, i deff didn't say the anarchists i know are opposed to political violence. they aren't. but if that makes them dangerous, that is a danger not specific to anarchists.

Few people are absolutely opposed to political violence, but Americans are so used to brushing it under the table that it's impolite to talk about it unless the kind of violence we're talking about is bombing people in other countries.

I don't even have a clear personal definition of where the line is and when it's okay to cross over. But it's pretty obvious to me that people who literally want to create a white ethno-state are not going to stay non-violent forever no matter how many college campuses we let them on and how many rallies they can have. The whole point of the ideology is violence.

And this discussion over how many of them were or weren't there is silly. It doesn't take huge numbers for extremist groups to fucking kill people. How come this point is obvious when we're talking about ISIS and AQ but not the far right lunatic crowd?
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse



Remember in the pre-escalator era when Fridays were slow news days and nothing much happened on weekends?

Just kidding there was no pre-escalator era it's all a simulation

son of a bitch I was just going to make that super obvious joke
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tbh if I had to guess, I'd say animal rights activists are probably responsible for more property damage and threats
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Two cops cleared for basically raping a woman:

http://www.fox5atlanta.com/local-news/273448047-story

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After a search of Corley's clothing turned up nothing deputies decided to take their hunt deeper.

"This same officer body slammed Miss Corley, stuck her head underneath the vehicle and completely pulled her pants off, leaving her naked and exposed in that Texaco parking lot," said Cammack.

Attorney Cammack says what happened next amounts to "rape by Cop".

"They then took Miss Corley and placed both ankles behind her ears spread eagle position and started to search for something in Miss Corley's cavity in her vaginal area," said Cammack.

And according to the video, which Fox 26 has fully reviewed, the probing  went on for at least 11 excruciating minutes before Corley was allowed to emerge from beneath the car and cover her naked body.

We asked Harris County prosecutor Natasha Sinclair if "cavity searching" suspects in public constitutes a criminal offense.

"No one in this office stands by the search the way it was conducted. No one condones that. No one thinks it's appropriate. It should not have happened.

However bad decisions, bad judgment may not rise the level of a criminal offense," said Sinclair.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Comic relief thread
Why one should not be careless with analogies:

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I...

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Antifa as a movement (the group, not the term) contains a good number of anarchists.  Do people genuinely not care about this?

I do and fuck the people who punched that one reporter and put the other photojournalist in the hospital with a concussion.

But I'm also not going to be swayed by the pearl-clutching of National Review and panic that a bunch of kids in black hoodies are going to blow up the fucking Washington monument.
Basically this. There are lots of ways to exhibit bad behavior but, interesting times.

I said I do care, and you said you didn't. :colbert:
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Antifa as a movement (the group, not the term) contains a good number of anarchists.  Do people genuinely not care about this?

I do and fuck the people who punched that one reporter and put the other photojournalist in the hospital with a concussion.

But I'm also not going to be swayed by the pearl-clutching of National Review and panic that a bunch of kids in black hoodies are going to blow up the fucking Washington monument.
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In fact, the only point of having it right now seems to be to distract from the conversation about whether or not to take down Confederate statues.

Wrong.  The point of having it right now is because idiots are already doing things like defacing statues of Lincoln.

http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/Abe-Lincoln-Statue-Burned-on-Chicagos-South-Side-440897443.html

Englewood has bigger problems than a statue, though.

Which idiots did this? Was it SJW lunatics? Blue haired twitter ladies? And what are they going to do next?
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My concern -- and the concern of anyone else who is actually paying attention to Antifa, SJW lunatics, and idiot leftists in general -- is that they won't stop with the Confederate stuff.  And useful tools will have given them license to keep going, because NAZIS NAZIS NAZIS.

and what are they going to do
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We are reaching the point where, if the Washington Monument were to be blown up tomorrow, it would be anyone's guess whether jihadists or the 'anti-fascist' Left did it.

lmao

No right wing lunatic has ever detonated a bomb in the US.

e: where was all the conservative hand-wringing when that statue of Saddam was torn down (in an extremely staged event)? Dumb Iraqis, they should have just recontextualized it. No wonder their country fell into chaos!

Ukraine has the problems it's got right now because they took down Lenin statues.