Bayer Stock Crashes After Monsanto Cancer Verdict Upheld by Judge - Analyst Estimates $800 Billion in Future Liability by useless_aether in news

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The same people who brought you Heroin, as a cure for morphine addiction. Seriously, that is how it was first marketed: this stuff will get you off morphine.

Israel fines New Zealand women $18,000 for urging Lorde concert boycott by sponges88 in WorldNews

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A Babylonian Curse on the government of israel.

TIL Kelly Blue Book has been purchased by Autotrader (used car seller) and NADA Guides has been purchased by J.D. Power (a P.R. firm) and no longer give accurate values of used cars. by allie in conspiracy

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What's the difference between advertising and PR? You have to pay for advertising.

Did you know that Osama bin Laden denied responsibility for 9/11? In a statement issued to the Arabic satellite channel Al Jazeera, based in Qatar, bin Laden said, "The U.S. government has consistently blamed me for being behind every occasion its enemies attack it." by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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Yeah, how many terrorists deny responsibility for something that huge? Then the US claims to have killed him and promptly buried the body at sea. Just a very large, steaming pile of lies.

YouTube Shuts Down All Syrian State Channels As Idlib Assault Begins by useless_aether in censorship

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Seriously, the FCC should take both Twitter and YouTube down until they learn to play nice with other media. The word "unbiased" comes to mind.

Ed Sheeran paid more in tax last year than both Starbucks and Amazon by Mnemonic in business

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Starbucks costs more than a latte cup filled with rocket fuel and is Amazon some kind of religious organization? Pay or reveal your creative accountant. It's not H&R Block.

In Praise of Idleness by exPFCwintergreen in quotes

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It's a classic imo: the hilarious insanity of war. You notice how people don't talk about books much anymore? So uncool.

Grounding yourself to your Earth by SundogsPlace in SundogsPlace

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There is an electrician I know and he says more and more well-off people are putting Faraday Cages around the bedrooms in new houses they are building, or in some cases their whole house. Faraday Cage is a fancy term for an area surrounded on all sides by wire mesh that is then well grounded. So, if you have a lot of screen wire lying around, just like the wire on a screen door but more of it, you can shield your bedroom. Then, turn off your wifi at night if it is inside the cage.

Be sure the wire conducts electricity as some wire mesh is treated with stuff that might block electrical conduction. Copper mesh is the very best, but it will cost you.

Of course, when 5G gets here, and it is well on its way, we will all be bombarded by high levels of microwave energy 24/7, but the cage will make you much safer even then, for eight hours a day or so.

Top 20 Facts on 5G: What You Need To Know About 5G Wireless and “Small” Cells - Environmental Health Trust

Cancer Council calls for Roundup review after dying man wins $400m payout by useless_aether in Health

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Yes, Monsanto, the people who brought you Agent Orange. A curse on their houses.

The true crisis of Zionism: silent majority of US Jews have never supported it by magnora7 in WorldPolitics

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Even a lot of rabbis are against it, saying it is a perversion of the traditional religion. But they are not crazy about the goyim either way.

Facebook Took Down My Page With 70K Followers and Marked It As 'Spam' That Was 'Misleading Users' by fred_red_beans in conspiracy

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Facebook is misleading its users. Go ahead, and give them all your data. Just leave it in the hall of the lizard king.

Leaked Google Briefing Admits Abandonment of Free Speech for 'Safety And Civility', calls free speech "Utopian" and proposes a new internet of "Good Censorship", mostly by silencing Populists, Nationalists and anything considered to be a 'Conspiracy Theory' by useless_aether in censorship

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Sorry to sound flippant, but re Douglas Adams: Did you know Ford Prefect was the name of a car produced in England? Brit friend told me that about three years ago, way after I read the books.

Sigmund Fraud: The Father of Modern Psychoanalysis and Neurotic Charlatan by dragonslayer in conspiracy

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To summarize this and other reading on the subject: the young Freud was a bundle of neuroses, phobias, and complexes, then he found cocaine and went entirely off the rails. He insisted that his followers believe him totally or be expelled from his circle. In short, he became a megalomaniac. Today most psychologists dismiss his theories, except those psychoanalysts who make a fortune by listening to their patients babbling on about their mothers for fifty minutes once a week.