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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Why do people join the military? by magnora7 in Antiwar

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Iamsosmart: My reasons were numbers one and two on your list. A third reason was to see something of the world besides my own state. And, as every nineteen-year-old knows, you are immortal.

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.

Israel Strikes Gaza Hospital During Massive Response To 'Islamic Jihad' Rocket Attacks by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

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Unless they have changed designs in the last couple of years, the "rockets" are unguided, flying pipe bombs, so they rarely hit anything, whereas bombing a hospital is hitting a large target with high tech planes, and other weapons. No comparison, as usual. Of all the targets to choose, a hospital? Shalom.

Twitter Bans Former Asst. Treasury Secretary Paul Craig Roberts by fred_red_beans in censorship

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He's a good writer and not extreme, except extremely antiwar, but guys like the Carlyle Group, Halliburton, and you know, the DS, don't want to hear from passivists. The censorship is getting pretty extreme also. Are they worried, or moving into another phase of the Plan? [For once I'm glad to hear: it was just a mistake.]

YouTube experiences widespread outage on tuesday night. by HibikiBlack in WorldNews

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Both You Tube and HookTube are back for now, but audio is going out on YouTube.

YouTube experiences widespread outage on tuesday night. by HibikiBlack in WorldNews

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And now HookTube is apparently down.

Security Seals Used to Protect Voting Machines Can Be Easily Opened With Shim Crafted from a Soda Can by allie in conspiracy

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A couple of years ago two Princeton professors said if the were alone with a voting machine for less than a minute, they could make it show whatever totals they wanted. Then they did it.

American Mercenaries Were Hired To Assassinate Politicians In The Middle East by allie in conspiracy

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It is just a bunch of CIA, MOSSAD, Blackwater, and any other mercenaries who want to join. Isis is an ancient goddess in the ME, although some insist it means Israeli Secret Intelligence Service. She had many names and they came from the Levant into ancient Egypt. Her name is still around today.

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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I know it's not perfect, but I like to say it. Originally, it was propaganda, not PR. SOME PR is free, like going on talk shows, but I stopped doing talk shows. :) Propaganda is almost free: a writer, a reader, and a radio station. You must be on the West Coast or Hawaii, since you are the last one to bed usually. In another hour, this place is dead. That's why my comment is often first: somebody posts and goes to sleep, then I come along a few hours later and get 'em all, but I'm trying to cut down on that.

S&P 500 drops 3.5% yesterday, another 1.5% today so far, undoing 4 months of gains as it drops from an all-time record high, cryptocurrency markets drop 10% in response by magnora7 in finance

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Gold, despite heavy trading to keep the price down, is heading up. Maybe I can have a winter vacation after all. Hot diggity gumdrops.

The one conspiracy theory that Republicans won't believe by The_In-Betweener in ConspiracyHeadlines

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I think it doesn't need breaking down since it was already broken down by the cow's digestive system, and as you said, is a hot, steaming pile. It's just the kind of BS written to trigger anyone with half a brain. I have never even heard the microwave story, and since all Trump's adult children are married to Jews, he must be antisemitic. It is better not to even read this nonsense.

The breach that killed Google+ wasn’t a breach at all by Mnemonic in Internet

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I use DuckDuckGo for my search engine to give google as little info about me as possible, but I guess everyone knows about that.

Nice, shiny, new sub here.

Soaring antidepressant use is turning our waters into a 'drug soup' and changing marine life's ability to mate, feed and move by Orangutan in environment

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May cause suicidal ideation, weight gain, and loss of libido.

TACO TIME OREO CHURRO REVIEW VIDEO by dgtronic in JunkFoodReviewer

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They look like about a pound apiece, but I would definitely eat one right now. Your reviews are always interesting and funny. I'm gonna push the smiley face button, which means, to me, funny or entertaining.

TACO TIME OREO CHURRO REVIEW VIDEO by dgtronic in JunkFoodReviewer

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BTW, d3, that smiling face is NOT a downvote, right? It means funny right? I just want people to know I'm laughing with them and not AT them.

In Praise of Idleness by exPFCwintergreen in quotes

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Private First Class, the third lowest rank (E-3) in the US Army, but it's not me, he's a minor character from a novel. Only Allie got it but Allie is not telling.

In Praise of Idleness by exPFCwintergreen in quotes

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To be ludic is not to be quaaludic. :-) Some younger saiditers may have never seen a 714.

A startup’s bold plan for a mood-predicting smartphone app is shadowed by questions over evidence by i_cansmellthat in Health

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I'm sure I do not touch my phone, "4,000 times a day." Yeah, typing would add up quickly, but I use voice recognition and try not to slur my words. It's just a mood ring for the not-so-new century.

Another controlled demolition: The Plasco Building Tehran (2017). When Will the World Notice? by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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You could see the quibs clearly. A textbook example of controlled demolition. Or the first [edit: second. Pull it.] time a steel-framed building collapsed into its own footprint without being hit by a drone, uh, plane.

Six more Solar Observatories closed.. by useless_aether in conspiracy

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As most will already know, the Vatican has opened a new observatory in Arizona, named Lucifer, that has solar observation capabilities. It has been described as one of the best observatories, or perhaps the best, in the world. What is going on?

War Quotes (My whole collection, to save us all a lot time) by exPFCwintergreen in quotes

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Ike's final speech and JFK's speech warning of "secret societies" would make an entire college course if things were not now so skewed. They both told us exactly what to watch out for but the warnings go unheeded. Now how did I get two comments in a row?

Brace Yourselves, a Solar Storm Is Coming And We Can Expect Auroras by Tom_Bombadil in science

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This will also be good news for Ham Radio people. It makes the airwaves noisier, but you can get some great DX, distance when there are sunspots and flares. I got a license in junior high and remember it was the peak of the eleven year cycle then. One day I heard a faint signal from VK7SM. I was thinking: hey that is Tasmania, almost exactly the opposite side of the world from me then. Then we got in contact and, well, for a nerd like me it doesn't get much more exciting than that. So I tell people that I started out as a nerd.

The Passenger — Iggy Pop by exPFCwintergreen in music

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I let slip with one obscenity the other day, but did an edit. You two are doing a great job.

The Passenger — Iggy Pop by exPFCwintergreen in music

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Congrats on the site. Me like. The other two are a battleground and a hatefest. Here, I feel right at home.

The Passenger — Iggy Pop by exPFCwintergreen in music

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Iggy doesn't make a lot of songs but—now I remember—the movie was Lock, Stock and two Smoking Barrels, directed by Guy Ritchie, who was briefly married to Madonna. It was a dramedy about some bumbling British hoods.The soundtrack, with that Iggy song was really good, since then Ritchi just hasn't been the same. Probably Madonna was the cause. Iggy's other good one was China Girl, but he gave it to David Bowie to record. Anyway, it's a pleasure to meet you. I know this site will make it because there is no real competition nowadays. thanks.

The Passenger — Iggy Pop by exPFCwintergreen in music

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In fact, I was way wrong. Iggy wrote ChinaGirl and Davy made it a hit.

The Passenger — Iggy Pop by exPFCwintergreen in music

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I thought it was three chords, but then I'm only musical when I listen or *art. Is this your site? Because I really like it. Have you seen Two Smoking Barrels or some movie name? Great soundtrack for a director with only two good ones, one with Iggy. Am honored, and love the site.

The Passenger — Iggy Pop by exPFCwintergreen in music

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He gave Iggy China Girl and the lyrics are just as repetitious. I saw David in Tokyo about two months before "you know." I had a twenties, hetero crush on him back in the day. Love them both. Keep on going Iggy, and you too.

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

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Ain't that the truth?

Palestinian running to be Mayor of Jerusalem • by Tom_Bombadil in WorldPolitics

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Tiene Juevos grandes.

Stunned scientists discover fluoridated water linked to ADHD brain damage Scientists STUNNED as first-of-its-kind study reveals by MojaveCoyote in SundogsPlace

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The scientists "were stunned" because they took 45 mg Ritalin each, and chased them with some shots.

Cream - I Feel Free by magnora7 in music

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Ginger Baker seems impaired. Eric and Jack seem composed... but Ginger: face, face.

Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart by exPFCwintergreen in music

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Thanks, and I agree. That was right around the time Ectascy started making the rounds, well, everywhere, and still is, I'm sure. Terrible, terrible what these young people are doing, and sometimes even older people do it I hear. Helps them prepare for the inevitable. Soon they will kick the bucket, buy the farm, go on ahead, go on an extended vacation. Game over man. : )

The banana is dying. The race is on to reinvent it before it's too late by Mnemonic in environment

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What was Beethoven's favorite fruit? Ba na na na

Mnemonic, I apologize, but all you guys are asleep and there is no one to play with.

Major Study Finds The US Is An Oligarchy by Mnemonic in politics

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Yeah, yeah Hal, even atheists have consciences.

Democrats Liberals ANTIFA harassing normal working people by useless_aether in communismwatch

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But she's bigger than Napoleon or Soros. : )

Democrats Liberals ANTIFA harassing normal working people by useless_aether in communismwatch

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Jeebus. Is Soros paying her to be a royal pain in the butt? What a slag.

How to not die, quickly... :-) by useless_aether in Preppers

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Love the bandolier of Magnums and the good advice.

Iran Launches Missile Attack On Syria — says missile attack in Syria killed 40 'leaders' of Islamic State by magnora7 in business

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I'm guessing that means forty dead Mossad and CIA operatives or mercenaries...but now I'm thinking the numbers were either made up, with no one killed, or, if they are partly true, the dead fall within the categories I mentioned. But don't believe me, it's a media-police state, and who knows what to believe?

George Soros (Knight of Malta "Jew") - speaks about a "New World Order" by useless_aether in communismwatch

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I was completely wrong about the time. Where am I?

George Soros (Knight of Malta "Jew") - speaks about a "New World Order" by useless_aether in communismwatch

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I Get: 404 No File found. If they scrubbed it already, it must be really juicy.

The internet is censoring us via google captcha, the never ending puzzle. by stuccoface in conspiracy

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So for the uninformed it is now illegal to use a tor browser, for anything—is that right?

China’s chilling plan for complete social control by useless_aether in privacy

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The worst part would be getting them to concentrate on the typewriters. Sure they would wonder about what it was, why it was there, how it would improve their lives. I think a short-term, intermittent reward system. So they would get food and one electric jolt hitting the pleasure centers of their brains when they start writing and more randomly during the writing session. Yes, Shakespeare is too long by far. We could say any work between a short story and novel would do as a winner. It could take centuries but we must know if it can be done.

Our next project would be: if a man speaks in the wilderness but there is no woman there to hear him— is he still wrong? Easy experimental design, for one.

China’s chilling plan for complete social control by useless_aether in privacy

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My hard drive is named DYSTOPIAN, really. Maybe it's just me but I don't want to look back, because something might be gaining on me. Strange thing is my own calmness about it. It's only a simulation. Not real. And is our simulation maker in someone else's simulation?

I will have to deal later with your assertion that a simulation would not be this high-res. Hmmm.

China’s chilling plan for complete social control by useless_aether in privacy

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Raised my ambient paranoia level by ~1.5 on a ten-point scale. Paradigm shifts will do that.

Experience... by exPFCwintergreen in quotes

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The wife has a big Mason jar where she keeps all my fallen soldiers, so you've given me an idea on how to use it. Sort of an Andy Warhol rug.

Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick — Ian Dury and the Blockheads by exPFCwintergreen in music

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Catchy? It is a frigging classic. I would make it played at my funeral, if I could afford a lawyer. Actually, I have a lawyer, but he has owed me US$ 5000 for about six years.

The VA Is Eyeing Ketamine As An Emergency Treatment For Patients At High Suicide Risk by JollyRunstride in news

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I've heard about those holes but never experienced it. Is falling in one a good thing or not? As Mick Jagger said, "It's all right to let yourself go, as long as you can get yourself back."

Israel dramatically losing support among Jewish college students in US by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Rabbis in Israel and abroad seem more aware of the draconian methods used by Israel. But it is the Jesuits, working to form a New World Order that we need to be worried about more. They rarely tell you flatly of their allegiance to Pope Frances, but the alliance is there and they act on it.

Saudi Arabia declares online satire punishable offence by magnora7 in DownTheMemoryHole

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You are keeping me honest. Memes are illegal in Australia but not yet in the UK. I got a bit overzealous because saidit is so much better than the alternatives.

Oz: https://www.news.com.au/why-creating-memes-is-illegal-in-australia/news-story/bf35da7cc64cf2da9cbf2fb0843262af

On the EU link, the last twitter says: "Australian Parliament passed a bill today [June 18, 2018] making it a criminal offense to impersonate a member of parliament. This includes comedians doing satire...."

EU: https://twitter.com/wireduk/status/1008658089963347968

Monsanto was found guilty of chemical poisoning in Landmark case. The French court in Lyon ruled that Monsanto’s Lasso weedkiller formula, which contains the active ingredient alachlor, caused Paul Francois to develop lifelong neurological damage that manifests as several health problems. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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It's important we keep a record of the cases...

I think the records are disappearing, in some cases at least. Today I went to the Wiki article on Agent Orange and searched for monsanto to confirm that Monsanto had indeed been the only manufacturer of AO. Was Dupont involved? I still don't know because there was no mention in the AO article about Monsanto, or any other manufacturer. Agent Orange would be on a list of the top five weaponized chemicals ever, right in there with Zyclon B. AO is probably worse than Zyclon B since people exposed to it may have damaged genes and not know it until they have an abnormal child. So you get two generations with one spray. But there is no mention of who made AO in the article. A duckduckgo search will turn up that information and I'll do it tomorrow. (Agent Orange was not a gas but a liquid converted to aerosol just before spraying. It was used in SE Asia from 1961 to 1971, exposing millions on both sides of that war.)

Folk Medicine in Japan Said You Should Put Cabbage on Your Baby's Head to Cut Fever, but some of these mothers are just having fun by exPFCwintergreen in pics

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Good. I guess, it would make me even more obnoxious, according to the video. I'm not a mother or a father, so am not sure, but maybe the same folklore exists around the world. The cabbage is supposed to pull toxins from the babies, but do not eat the cabbage after using it this way, since it is full of bad stuff :) . Japanese mommies are well-informed and were just goofing on the folklore I think. They network like mad and now we have a clash between older women, who say stuff like, bundle the baby up and always put socks on him/her, and younger ones who are against those ideas. Glad you liked it.

The Little Drummer Girl: Behind The Scenes- Season 1 | NEW Miniseries Premiers Sunday Oct.28. The team behind The Night Manager have reunited for another John le Carré adaptation on the BBC. by Chop_Chop in BritishTV

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Thanks, I didn't know this is upcoming. Crazy for Le Carre.

Your username was in The Honorable Schoolboy, right? There was an old China hand who used to tell the waitresses to chop_chop, right.

The Bombs to Hilary Clinton, Obama, Brennan & CNN Are Bullsh*t - The Florida office of Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was evacuated after a suspicious incorrectly addressed package was returned, it had like the other bombs been mailed to former Attorney General Eric Holder from her office by MartinTimothy in conspiracy

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A late October Surprise. Cancel the election?! Rep. Shultz, the Awan brothers, and their wives, were all on the congressional payroll and should be tried for their crimes, but this stinks to high heaven. Another psyop? A desperate act just before an election? Smells like it to me.

Study Shows Women Have Happier Relationships When Their Partners Aren't Massive Douchebags by exPFCwintergreen in funny

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I just followed a link and came to a site that was like the Onion until I realized it's a site for working women. It has some hilarious articles.

Inside Nikki Haley's Shocking Speech to Secretive Far-Right Group by useless_aether in WorldPolitics

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Not ready yet, but going for it. Or positioning herself for 2022 [or, 2020 whatever]. That's an ominous - looking number. We don't believe in such things, but some people do.