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    • A new word, "Uniggulous."
      My original contribution for the day. Analogous to, but not exactly the same as, unamimous.

      Determined by a party of one, voice for many.

      An anorexic, vegan, mystery-meat tranny who says "I speak for all black people when I say..."

      is being uniggulous.

      If used in the inquisitive, pejorative manner, drop the first "u" and replace with "YOU."

      "When the deacon spoke at the school for Blk Hist Month, she began to lecture about the African moon landing of 993 A.D.

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    • Jaw-dropping moment shark falls from sky?
      An engineer was left stunned after a two-foot shark fell from the sky and landed in his garden as he made a cup of tea.

      http://www.kentonline.co.uk/whitstable/news/jaw-dropping-moment-shark-falls-from-160342/

      http://media.kentonline.co.uk/filerepository/750x0/180219~0,0,25D,303,25B,2FF,0~180219117300-shark2.jpg
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    • Disband The FBI and spend the money elsewhere
      THE FBI has become bloated and inefficient, is used as a political tool to enslave America. Let's get rid of it!

      https://www.fbi.gov/news/testimony/fbi-budget-request-for-fiscal-year-2017

      FY 2017 Budget Request Overview

      The FY 2017 budget request proposes a total of $9.50 billion in direct budget authority to carry out the FBI's national security, criminal law enforcement, and criminal justice services missions. The request includes a total of $8.7 billion for salaries and expenses, which will support 34,768 positions (12,892 special agents, 2,999 intelligence analysts, and 18,877 professional staff), and $783.5 million for construction.

      Nine program enhancements totaling $873.8 million are proposed to meet critical requirements and close gaps in operational capabilities, including $646 million for construction of the new FBI Headquarters building, $85.1 million to enhance cyber investigative capabilities, $19.9 million to mitigate threats from foreign intelligence services and insider threats, $38.3 million for operational technology investments related to the Going Dark initiative, $6.8 million to add transnational organized criminals to watchlists, $27 million to leverage Intelligence Community Information Technology Enterprise components and services within the FBI, $8.2 million to enhance surveillance capabilities, $35 million to improve the timeliness and accuracy of National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) services, and $7.4 million for operation and maintenance costs of the new Biometrics Technology Center.

      The FY 2017 request proposes cancellations, offsets, and reductions totaling $455.7 million, including $150 million from Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) automation fund balances, $130.6 million from unfilled positions and funding received in the FY 2016 appropriation for one-time investments, $158.6 million from cancellations of prior year unobligated balances and reimbursable work authorization requests to the General Services Administration, and a permanent program reduction of $16.5 million from the construction account for the Secure Work Environment Program.

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    • Every curling stone ever used in the Olympics has come from one tiny island?
      Every four years, one winter sport in particular manages to capture the international zeitgeist for the briefest of moments before disappearing into obscurity until the next Olympics. Nestled in between events that require athletes to hurl themselves from the tops of mountains and launch themselves into the air with blades attached to their feet, curling functions as a mental reprieve for those of us who are more athletically challenged.

      There's something wonderfully ordinary about men and women of varying levels of fitness playing glorified shuffleboard on ice. However, as comparatively undemanding as curling is on the body, the same cannot be said for the curling stones themselves.

      https://sports.yahoo.com/every-curling-stone-ever-used-olympics-come-one-tiny-island-161144467.html
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    • Michigan bakery sells 600-plus Flamin' Hot Cheetos doughnuts in 2 hours
      There were mixed reactions when The Donut Conspiracy, 1971 East Beltline Ave. NE Ste. 12, announced that it was releasing a Flamin' Hot Cheeto doughnut for one day only. Not any more.

      http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2018/01/bakery_sells_600-plus_flamin_h.html

      http://image.mlive.com/home/mlive-media/width600/img/grpress/news_impact/photo/26685136-537822899918857-325974591396839825-o-2jpg-23efd4b13198c1d3.jpg
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    • Officials find three dogs starved to death, one dog decapitated in Ohio home
      http://i.spanky.cloud/VermfqJ.jpg

      A woman is facing three counts of animal cruelty after the dog warden said officials discovered four dead animals, including a decapitated dog, at her home.

      Investigators found the bodies of three starved dogs at a Middletown residence where Tina Marie Jackson was living. according to Butler County Dog Warden Kurt Merbs.

      Authorities found only a severed head of the fourth deceased dog. Investigators said the head was not chewed off by an animal and appears to have been cut off by an instrument.

      Jackson told authorities that two of the dogs got into a fight and died. She said another dog passed away because she forgot it was out in the cold. The warden said her reasons for their deaths did not add up.

      She never offered an explanation for the decapitated dog, authorities said.

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    • Germany set out to delete hate speech online. Instead, it made things worse.
      The German government's Network Enforcement Act, which came into effect on Jan. 1, aims to improve law enforcement on the Internet and more effectively fight hate crime. The law targets criminal online offenses including defamation, incitement and sharing unconstitutional symbols, such as the swastika.

      But within just a few days of coming into effect, the inevitable has become apparent: legitimate expressions of opinion are being deleted. The law is achieving the opposite of what it intended: it is actually hampering the fight against crime.

      The operators of social networks that are subject to the law now have to delete "obviously illegal" content within 24 hours of being notified. Other illegal content must be reviewed by social networks within seven days of being reported and then deleted. If the complaint management requirements are not met, fines of up to 50 million euros may be imposed. This puts companies under tremendous time pressure to check reported content.

      But the most problematic issue is that the new law tasks private companies, not judges, with the responsibility to decide whether questionable content is in fact unlawful. In other words, the state has privatized one of its key duties: enforcing the law.

      Furthermore, for each complaint, deletion of online content is deletion of the evidence one would need in court (unless evidence has been secured in a way that will stand up in court). In terms of practical law enforcement, once something has been deleted, it cannot be used for forensic purposes.

      Numerous legal experts believe that the new law violates the German constitution, particularly Article 5, which guarantees the freedom of expression and the right to information. Take this example: Last year, a satirical program referred to a member of the German parliament as a "Nazi slut." Many people would have deemed this an "obviously illegal" insult that should be deleted. However, a court ruled otherwise.

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    • Trump: Pennsylvania Republicans should appeal redistricting to my U.S. Supreme Court
      Pennsylvania Republicans should appeal their state's court-drawn congressional district map "all the way to the Supreme Court," President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter on Tuesday, in order to stop Democrats from pursuing an agenda that Trump claimed will "raise taxes & waste money."

      The president's push for further legal action followed the Monday release of the Pennsylvania House district map approved by the state's Supreme Court and drawn with the help of Stanford University law professor Nathaniel Persily. Preliminary evaluations suggest that it could be highly beneficial for Democrats, showing 10 pro-Trump districts, compared with13 when the president won in 2016.

      https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/20/trump-pennsylvania-redistricting-417116
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    • Leftists are insane.
      The real problem is the multitudes of malcontents who cannot adapt. The blind rage of their own impotence takes the form of political activism.

      They hate their lives and they want to ruin it for the rest of us, out of spite, by destroying the system.

      They are worthless human beings with absolutely no redeeming quality.
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    • Trump rebound has Democrats fretting over midterms
      House Democrats are heading into the throes of the election haunted by many of the same problems that dogged them in 2016: a Trump-dominated news cycle, a message that's struggling to break through and sharp divisions within the party about how to fix it.

      Now many Democrats say they're watching nervously as polls start to trend in Republicans' favor - and worry they're witnessing the beginning of a slow-motion train wreck that they have no idea how to stop.

      https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/20/trump-recovery-democrats-midterms-2018-415836?lo=ap_e1
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    • Posted 02/20/2018 06:35 PM
    • My original contribution for the day. Analogous to, but not exactly the same as, unamimous.
      Determined by a party of one, voice for many.
      An anorexic, vegan, mystery-meat tranny who says "I speak for all black people when I say..."
      is being uniggulous.
      If used in the inquisitive, pejorative manner, drop the first "u" and replace with "YOU."
      "When the deacon spoke at the school for Blk Hist Month, she began to lecture about the African moon landing of 993 A.D.
      Two of the brighter students rolled their eyes and began to chuckle. She grabbed them by their throats and said,
      'YOUniggulous or you aginst us?!'"

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