The man who made Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V a part of life has died by Optimus85 in news

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Imagine the billions of hours this guys invention has saved already...

Thanks Larry Tesler.

3 teenagers arrested after violent, armed bank robbery by Vigte in canada

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the youngest of which was 13.

stabbed two people, kicked a woman on the ground in the face.

bank didn't have alarm, police only knew because someone called...

What the total fuck?

Novobiotronics Delivers Major Blow to Cancer and MRSA by Vigte in news

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Basically just Royal Rife's machine and the inspiration/manifestation of every sci-fi movie or show's medbay ever...

Will he get credit?

Collateral Murder Video projected onto UK parliament in support of Julian Assange by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

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Never let them hide from their crimes.

Rothschild lawsuit draws attention to family’s Vienna past (Vigte: and something special about Pete Bootygig) by Vigte in politics

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Geoffrey Hoguet, a member of Europe’s most famous banking dynasty

Hoguet — a financial supporter of Democratic Party presidential nominee Pete Buttigieg

Ol' Petey has the backing of the Rothschilds... isn't that interesting.

Immune cell that kills most cancers discovered by accident by British scientists by Vigte in science

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Perfect example: I distinctly remember THREE "cancer cures" - but only because they were all developed at universities in my area, each one was local news (for a day) and everyone talked about each one, each time. Then they stopped talking about it when the next thing came up - and the cure was never brought up again - so people weren't reminded.

Of course this may mean that the news (as with the article above) was over-hyped or the scientists were lying - or honestly mistaken; it could also mean conspiracy - but I don't know which. Such is life...

Immune cell that kills most cancers discovered by accident by British scientists by Vigte in science

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How long until this is never talked about again? :p

Bear Market Incoming? Banker Leaves Job To Become Sex Worker by Vigte in economics

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The point not so much being about the market influence on this obviously predisposed person's job change - but more in the shift of available capital/market vs ease of entry vs requirements...

This is a trend that we all know is happening, alongside and due to the "monetization" of the internet (and facilitated by social and moral degradation, which itself is empowered/normalized almost entirely through and because of the internet).

Hungarian Foreign Minister Warns UN's Push For Mass Migration Threatens "Whole Of Humanity" by Vigte in news

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The dissolution of first world standard and cohesion does affect the whole of humanity, since it's the first world that leads in science, technology and solutions.

As for love thy neighbour; no where does that (undeniably positive) idea obligate one to: risk the safety of or give away without condition; personal or public property - or threaten the overall structure of society for the benefit of the few, which itself it the machinery that allows these countries to help others in the first place, lol.

I understand what charity and unconditional love for other people is (feels) - I also know a bit about economics, politics and history (facts).

You should determine your standpoint from both, not just one.

If your country can barely even save itself (based on the math), how can it be expected to save others (as it SHOULD be, out of common human decency)?

The article speaks about the math, not the feels (as such could admittedly do with a little MORE common human decency, but numbers are numbers). Sorry you didn't enjoy it.

2014 Bloomberg Hoped the NSA Was “Reading Every Email” by Vigte in politics

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The mental-gymnastics and double-speak would be out of this world, lol.

Elon Musk on track to become world's richest man in April by Vigte in news

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"officially".

Obviously not "unofficially"!

Russian Pranksters Say Bernie Sanders Fell for Wild 'Greta' Call by Vigte in politics

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Jim Jordan’s name comes up during Statehouse testimony on OSU abuse victims bill by Vigte in news

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Another Council for National Policy connected republican involved in scandal. Imagine my shock.

"Critics are men who watch a battle from a high place then come down and shoot the survivors." - Hemmingway by Vigte in quotes

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Not far from the truth of the human future, really

I'll make sure your amendment to Hemmingway gets proper citation!

At the age of 72, adventurer Jean-Jacques Savin has succeeded in crossing the Atlantic Ocean in a barrel, using just the tides, winds and ocean currents. He has just set foot on French soil, after 127 days and 5,800 kilometres at sea by magnora7 in videos

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Next time someone says "stone age people couldn't sail to north america" - I'm telling them about this and forcing them to admit plausibility. Checkmate.

Do you have a guilty favourite television show? by JasonCarswell in Television

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It's because it's so painfully stupid that it's fun to watch, it lets you turn your brain off for a while lol. Plus it's kind of part tragedy (as you said) and part "overcoming adversity"... just not in a wolf of wallstreet or Rambo kind of way.

SpEcIaL mOvIe MaKiNg TeChNiQuE!!~1!~! by Vigte in Movies

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🔥 This cotton candy sky during the golden hour at Maldives by Vigte in whatever

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Yes please.

Tube Tunnels | UAP by Vigte in conspiracy

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He's a mud-flood supporter, so that's the angle he is coming at this from - but it's still interesting regardless.

Do you have a guilty favourite television show? by JasonCarswell in Television

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Max Igan | What Has Really Happened? by Vigte in conspiracy

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Part 2

Max's reply

What do you guys think? They can implant thoughts with some kind of white-light (especially in a sleeping mind)? Seems entirely plausible...

Carnegie Mellon Subterranean Team Heads Underground by Vigte in technology

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"In stage two of DARPA's Subterranean Challenge, a team from Carnegie Mellon University and Oregon State will send robots into the depths of an incomplete nuclear power plant in a search-and-rescue scenario in Elma, Washington. Team Explorer's machines will scale stairs and search for artifacts in the "Urban Circuit.""

Even the inner earth isn't safe from DARPA's iron-army

We're In A Golden Age Of White Collar Crime by Vigte in conspiracy

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Keeping in mind that it's Huffington Compost reporting this (and thus the story will have both the bias and quality one can expect) it is the nature of the story that interests me - because it's a prime example of what I've said for a while now; that "they" will try to make conspiracy theorists of us all, so that WE overthrow the "old world order" for them and they can (conveniently) "offer" the solution.

Classic hegelian dialectic.

PETA - 2 Fast 2 Furrious by Vigte in funny

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More <--- lol they can't even swing the hammer right.

Canadian Scientist At Center Of Chinese Bio-Espionage Probe Found Dead In Africa? by Vigte in news

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Frank Plummer - as per my previous post is the Canadian scientist who was robbed of the samples by the Chinese spies, Plummber ordered the virus samples from the Netherlands Lab - who got it from a patient in Saudi Arabia in 2012.

Yeah, he's dead.