ISIS in Deir ez-Zor got almost rekt, siege is broken.
YPG forces started their own offensive and arrived in north of Deir ez-Zor. >US-Led Coalition ‘Will Not Allow’ Syrian Army To Cross Euphrates River In Deir Ezzor https://twitter.com/southfronteng/status/906624779997765632 wew I except they start fighting with each other soon, maybe even tomorrow, while ISIS will occasionaly bomb a car or a tank on both sides.
ISIS in eastern Homs are getting gradually removed and hopefully soon they will be containet in the east.
There was something about Israel entering Lebanon air space and Syria reacting with anti air defence but sadly I lost link to proofs.
Now this is somewhat interesting. Turks are bringing more reinforcement to Afrin while their offensive is slower than the Allies' in Italy in WWII. 4th Stronkest NATO member my ass Haha, Slovenia weak. Nevermind. But. At Afrin 2nd picrel while at Deir ez-Zor 3rd picrel. It seems SAA and the Turkish are running a race for Afrin and YPG is willing to hold up the Turks until government forces arrive.
>>13707 They have been talking about the possibility for a while but YPG always denies any such thing. However, if Syria has to become openly hostile with Turkey to retake Idlib then they may as well send forces north and help the Kurds too.
>>13713 Even RT couldn't come up with proofs yet. https://www.rt.com/news/419171-deal-syria-troops-afrin-kurds-deployment/ So they held talks that's for sure, the YPG claims they have a deal, which understandable as they can use the news to delay Turks and their allies. Syrian government said nothing, maybe because they haven't reached agreement yet and time works for them as the longer they delay the Kurds will be more desperate and give in for less. Anyway the region is rightful Syrian clay, so the Turks couldn't enter there without violating Syria's sovereignty. Probably that's why they use their rebel allies as ground forces and they might be just shelling and sending airstrikes (I might be wrong here I dunno what's the Turkish army really do, in the map here >>13707 there's a blue gun in the north east, I don't remember that piece news itself, I also don't know what those Turkish observation points really influence in this situation). For the SAA Afrin could be a new direction toward Idlib. >The offensive will allow some 500,000 displaced Syrians to return to their homes in Afrin Please no, send them to EU, we need more doctors and engineers.
An odd thing has happened. Advocates for gun control have actually begun arguing against practical measures addressing school security. Rather than take strategies that can be implemented virtually immediately, and which address the dangers in a specific place in a common-sense way, gun control advocates would rather focus on a political victory at some point in the future and continue to leave schools without proper security measures.
The general argument is that any effort at meaningful security is unacceptable because it turns schools into "fortresses."
Numerous examples of this line of reasoning can be found on Twitter. They are often remarkably similar in message which is "forget school security, just ban guns!"
Ah yes, the "ban guns" solution. It certainly worked in Latin America. And, of course, as soon as they're banned, everyone will immediately turn theirs in to the authorities and no one will have them anymore. Security of any sort will immediately and forever be rendered unnecessary. At least, this is how the thinking goes.
Oxfam’s leadership apologised Tuesday for downplaying the significance of a sexual misconduct scandal in Haiti and sought to stem the tide of cancelled donations.
Addressing British lawmakers, Oxfam Great Britain CEO Mark Goldring apologised early and often for a lack of transparency and urgency in handling the original allegations.
“I am sorry, we are sorry, for the damage Oxfam has done both to the people of Haiti but also to wider efforts for aid and development by possibly undermining public support,” he said.
The committee called the urgent session amid fury over Oxfam’s response to allegations that some of its staff in Haiti used prostitutes, including some who may have been minors. The scandal has shaken the aid group to the core, with the government suspending funding for the agency.
In addition, Oxfam said Tuesday that about 7,000 individual donors have cancelled regular donations in the past 10 days and some corporate sponsors are reserving judgment.
Seven Oxfam workers were fired or resigned after a whistleblower accused staff members of misconduct while working in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake that devastated the country. Government officials and Britain’s charity regulator have said that Oxfam didn’t tell them the allegations included sexual misconduct until Britain’s Times newspaper revealed details of the case earlier this month.
Goldring said that with hindsight, the charity’s leaders made the wrong call at the time of their initial investigation about how much information to give to the public and government authorities. But he said he believed those decisions were made in the interest of continuing vital aid to desperate people.
British lawmakers also questioned officials from Save the Children UK amid concern sex predators are targeting aid organisations because of the chaotic environments in which they work.
This thread is for investigating cult activity on instagram.
some related instagrams involved with @jimmycomet or pizzagate in general.
here are a few that I have been looking at myself (these where/are still public and not set to private)
Part of one of my high school spanish classes dealt mainly with learning about various "spanish" artists in spanish. The first of which was El Greco was probably my favorite. What led me to re-visit this subject was a hand symbol in one his portraits that pops up in a couple other of his paintings and what it's meaning is. My teacher explained it as being a secret sign christians used during their persecution, but that didn't make too much sense to me for a variety of reasons, and it seems to be a mystery still.
http://www.darkfiber.com/pz/chapter1.html This site seems to go quite in detail into the matter. His most notable peculiarity in painting was when depicting religious scenes or figures they'd be normally quite elongated and sometimes downright unnatural looking which drew the ire of some at the time but his natural scenes were depicted in a natural and realistic manner. Included are a couple of triptychs: >A work, such as an altarpiece, consisting of three painted or carved panels that are hinged together. These are attributed to him and are circa 1568. They lack the elongated figures of a lot of his works but pre-date a alot of the ones I found with such features by about 10 years, so they may in fact be his after all, like I said I'm no expert.
I came to find out looking further into it that he, and probably other artists as well, who would paint or sculpt for churches were usually involved in much more than just doing some paintings or frescoes. He did a lot of wooden sculpting and created altars and other decorations for various churches reportedly, but they were wood and none of them apparently survived. Wikipedia says there is a sculpture but I couldn't find a picture of it.
>>13755 Okay, here is the proper Mona Lisa and the portrait of Jesus I was talking about, the four together were taking a long time to load. This site seems to have an issue with the painting of Laocoon I keep trying to post. I will try a slightly different one.
I said El Greco was probably my favorite but if it is not him it is probably Francisco Goya. The guy was prolific in both the amount he did and in subject matter, technically speaking very talented in capturing reality, and all around a crazy motherfucker I must say. The guy was a royal painter "early" in his career, he was 40. Surprisingly he was very popular among the royals and nobility but he did not produce the most flattering works of them. As you see in the family of Carlos IV the bulky flabby upper arms of Maria Luisa. The link below is for reference of how other painters of the time captured their essence. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Luisa_of_Parma I'm not sure if he just had a disdain for the decadent nobility at the time, maybe he was uncompromising in his efforts to capture reality. The woman with her face turned was to be filled in at a later date when the man who became Ferdinand VII was married but no one ever painted any of his four wives in. This painting is fuck huge but I can't find any detailed photographs. The brushwork on the medals of Carlos IV is pretty crazy.
This painting of Hannibal is from roughly the same time period and I hadn't seen it until I started looking for stuff for this thread and I own a book of his paintings. I rather like it at a glance I must say. It is his first documenated painting apparently. It was submitted for a "competition organised by the Fine Arts Academy in Parma in 1771" and he got an honorable mention for it. I suppose one of main attractions to his art in particular is after his flirtations with society he took on an almost journalistic scope as an artist. His series' of etchings, Los Caprichos, The Disasters of War, La Tauromaquia, and Los Disparates serve both as a commentary on the times of unrest during and after France's occupation of Spain and record the, as the name would suggest, disasters of war. The records of bullfights in 1800s Spain he provides are very interesting and show the unique spectacle that is bullfighting and how entertaining it must be. I get they still do it in Spain and in Mexico but it is very tightly run and almost ritualistic in how they do it now a days while back then it seemed more like the bull fighter's personal pride was at stake to risk life and limb to put asses in seats. The latter series of etchings, Los Disparates seems a transition to the later period of his life where he starts to go crazy. They are surreal, bizarre, unsettling. Later in his life, he lives in seclusion and paints his black paintings on the walls of a home he purchased in Madrid. These paintings seem to flesh out to me some of what he was trying to convey in his more bizarre etchings.
The final one for now is Joan Miró. This is one I truly do not understand. He actually was not one of the artists covered in the aforementioned class, but my teacher had some paintings of his as posters, and he was featured elsewhere in our textbook. I jokingly said to him one day that I think I made one of these painting in grade school and it did not go over so well. His defense of modern art was seemingly just, they had the idea first. This still makes very little sense to me. I get that was the broader message of Dadaism sort of bred out of the futility of the standards in the minds of those who viewed the atrocities of the past during and after the turn of the century. However, when looking at Salvador Dali even in some of his more bizarre and surreal paintings you still see an incredible amount of prowess in his technique and he is able to capture realism in some ways while still making you look twice. With Miro I just see some shapes, and some colors, they're very basic things and don't evoke anything from me. Looking at it once in passing is the same as pouring over it. There is probably something I just don't understand.
So, basically these are your favourite Mediterranean artists? Or just something to share or discuss? With the exception of Miró we learnt about them. Well, we learnt about da Vinci the most. I read your posts and maybe I'll read it once more later, I have things to add I think. Also as I mentioned previously I have things to post too, which will be very contrasting, kinda blasphemous after these pieces of actual art. Well maybe after Miró... kinda acceptable.
>>15434 You're entitled to your own opinions (based on facts), but not your own facts. It's a fact that if Christ's resurrection did not happen then Christianity is false. It is the basis of the religion, and supposedly had to happen to save us from hell.
It's a fact that there is no evidence it occurred and there is tons of evidence that the bible is bullshit just like any other religion with their own "bibles" like Buddhism or Islam. It's most likely that Christianity is false, and we can treat that as a fact just like how the theory of gravity or evolution appears to be a fact even if you claim it isn't proven. 99.999999 percent probability is enough to act upon what is most plausible.
>>15437 I'm really on the sideline in this debate, I'm looking at it from an unbiased perspective. Sorry, but I don't want to live under old USSR standards of faith discrimination as I am older and have learned exactly what that leads to. I take a logical approach "live and let live." As long as people are not hurting one another let bygones be bygones.
People are entitled to their own opinions whether they be based on facts or not. Just because you hold hostility against Christians does not mean they should be banned from their beliefs (whether true or false). And I hardly doubt you have any proof that Christ's resurrection did not happen. If you did, so would others and thus the debate would be over by now. Even the most brilliant scientists will admit they cannot prove God does not exist. No human can, thats why faith exists in the first place, we are not handed proof, we either choose to believe or choose not to believe. And until we all die we won't ever find that out.
If there is one thing science cannot prove its what happens to "us" ("us" as in our energy fields / mindsets / souls) after we die. It has always been and likely will always remain a mystery for human kind.
>>15437 >It is the basis of the religion No it's not, you just took the definition of "religion" from some fundamentalist self-identifying as such instead of anthropologic study. On faith that this anti-science way to identify things is accurate, and now you lie that you didn't need faith to make that claim. You're a dangerous lunatic who tries to muddle the limit between faith and knowledge and actually cause people to think their faith is actually a form of knowledge, because you present your faith as a form of knowledge like an idiot every time you fail to be autistically accurate about something, and you often do: case in point right here.
Religions form because morons like you exist, and mostly what they do is contain your shit so you're sometimes harmless, but no organization is perfect and when a religion fails they're the ones who take the blame you're dishing out without seeing any of the irony. Without bibles to spread the knowledge of how to read with they would form around anything, god or no god. I know you pretty much had to be forced to learn how to read.
>>14799 >>15439 >>15450 I am losing interest in this discussion. You are a religiohs zealot and do not realize faith will never be anything except deciding to believe without evidence. Why? Because either it makes you feel good or you're afraid of being wrong and maybe being sent to hell for not believing. The idea of hell is immoral, and Christianity leads to many immoral beliefs because it's untrue. I have expressed this before, and if you read God is not Great by Hitchens you would have plenty of evidence that religion has been more bad than good throughout history, and it will likely remain that way in the future. I have said all of this before
If you cannot accept that faith is bad, of that religious people would not need faith if there was the evidence that we expect for other things, then I am done arguing with you. I have laid out clearly why you are wrong. I was a Christian before who read the bible repeatedly, until I learned why the thoughts I had to defend the religion were built only on fallacies and the Dunning-kruger effect.
>If you cannot accept that faith is bad Faith itself is not "bad"... religious extremism is what is bad (whether that be radical Christians trying to bomb abortion clinics or radical Muslims trying to commit "jihad" against the "infidels"). And I am not arguing about whether or not there is a God. I am simply arguing against religious discrimination (which has lead to just as much evil as religious extremism!) You don't have to be religious to be an extremist either. There are many forms of extremism, some who wish to discriminate against political groups, or social minority groups, or even religious groups. Stalin and Hitler were two who practiced religious discrimination. Many Chinese dictators of the past did as well. It ended up in roundups and mass persecutions.
I'm not arguing whether you are right or wrong about God. I'm simply arguing for freedom to practice what one believes to be true, unless of-course it involves any form of discrimination or radicalization.
This is a thread to test out different memes. Propaganda. And a place to mess around with deep concepts related to the occult deception. It can be like a redpill thread if you want to think of it like that. Sort of a gonzo expose'.
>>1564 Here are the wives. Dracula broad that fights babies. from her we hop on over to australia.Look at the woman with the eye jacket dress thing. In the comments it says she is the ideal woman for a baby rave. That of course leads to the http://www.bigfishlittlefishevents.co.uk/ tangent which is related and very dark.
But from here we can go to https://www.instagram.com/garrettpenwell/ or if you want to redpill yourself see https://www.instagram.com/cult.of.cthulhu/ and inject the redpill directly. But believe me I would have defiantly used this to corroborate the deception had I known of it I see that this is biblically evil and as I stand on the precipice I break the oaths of which I never swore and here we go this is what the OK hand sign means its Cthulu. Its what the jesters hats represent the tentacles and its what the jesters ? logo means that I did not understand. So first of all thank you Q. I really dont know if i am like a weaponized autist or what but like clockwork I just followed the breadcrumbs last night after not even looking at Q posts for like a week. We can find truth with this terrifying topic. Trump either is mocking them with his OK hand sign usage and the sipping of the water. Or he is part of it like badselfeater suggested. Either way I did not get past the cult.of.cthulu instagram before writing this up because it is very very dark and we need to know if it is some kind of physiological effect of some sort like we see in movies the tentacles splaying violently out of the face or if it is simply a demonic urge that stirs the cultists into a froth.
Arr, I can only answer in pirate talk for this be dark magic and to speak thusly is to ward off evil. These landlubbers know no depths to the perversion they go to. Using such foul means as pictures and video to shew the things God himself does not gaze at. The landlubber excites his own soul, for he has not tried to float it. I tire of him. Indeed the ocean is of breadth and span that all human civilizations stand as mere seashells piled and glued together with some spit, compared to it. Poseidon himself if raiseth his hand to strike the land, the land can do what in reprisal? Nothing at all. On the day all the landlubbers have cursed themselves such that their poison bleeds into the ocean, the sea itself will be thrown up and atomized as if whale oil. In that one moment the air shall be taken from the lungs of all the landlubbers, and their kin. It is we who own the water, who will then decide to fill their lungs with oxygen or not. Arr, a man standeth on land and sheweth the glory of what God has set in motion. But who is he, compared to even one wave rolling in to shore? Arrrrr.
Arr indeed them what hide in lodges, are a cursed and besotted party. None but them can reckon what fate awaits them. Asking me and mine to hang them from the yardarm would be like askin us to decorate Saint Nick's tree. In my eye seeing them pitch back and forth like ornaments would be sheer Christmas bliss for me and my mates at sea during the cold months. The lodge and cave dwellers not only fail before Poseidon, not even floating one boat, or trying ta do so, they also fail what Gods rule the land, by failing to face the one who rules us all, the mighty sun above us. Run to ye caves killers of LaVoy! We see a man there who wanted to be brave, defending a girl or two among his company from highway robbers! ARRRR THE LANDLUBERR KNOW NOT WHAT MAN STAND AMONG HIM! Dig as deep as you can into the land you loved so much, until ya fall like Alice herself down some hole.
Arrrrr sit yeself down for a maggoty crumpet or biscuit stale as it was two months ago! Eat the maggot and be glad for him, for in this ya know the nature of the worm at world's end. And see that it is tiny and insignificant. The sea eels of the deepest ocean take the whale to pieces in the same way that maggot takes you to pieces under the ground. At sea we know him as food, and we take him in our belly and then leap with all spit and fury into the fray of blunderbuss and cutlass. WHAT 'ATH THE LANDLUBBER TO DO WITH ME AND MINE? Ask us to port and ye will sell good to us. Ask us to live on land and ye will have your heart broken sooner than our back be so. Tire under the whip at sea, we do not. Tire and the spray of violence and sweet clod death, we do not. COME FORWARD YE WHO ARE BRAVE and face the ocean, for what left remains on land, seeing crimes as shewn above? When the worm turns is he food or is he some desert beast ya dream to ride upon? Does one sink when one stands on sand? No, ye of the desert cannot know us.
Following Special Counsel Robert Mueller's indictment of 13 Russian nationals on Friday for (unsuccessfully) attempting to influence the 2016 presidential election, CNN sent one of its most intrepid reporters to the St. Petersburg "troll farm" uncovered by Mueller's ever-widening and totally legitimate investigation.
Chief International Correspondent Matthew Chance (had his cameraman) literally dig through the garbage outside of an office building which is home to the alleged Russian troll farm for clues.
“This is the office in which that atmosphere of chaos was stoked from the Russian side,” Chance told guest host Jim Sciutto. “That’s why 13 Russian individuals, including the financial benefactor, the person who bankrolls that organization, have now been indicted in the United States.”
“You looked through the trash there?” Sciutto asked. “What did you find?”
“Yes, we did,” Chance answered, sheepishly. “We came here expecting this office to be empty, but, in fact, all day here, we’ve been here throughout the course of the day, people have been going in and out.”
“We went to the trash can to see what we could find with old people dumping rubbish there. New computers are being delivered here and they are throwing it away with the rubbish.”
Later, Chance spoke with an actual Russian troll - who appears to be about 250 lbs underweight for his alleged profession, who blew smoke in his face. When the CNN crew attempted to then enter the "troll farm" they were promptly told to leave.
CNN goes to Russia so they can dig in the trash to try to find proof of Russian collusion.
Każda kobieta tak naprawdę chce miłości i romantycznego chłopaka, jednak presja społeczna, w sposób charakterystyczny dla współczesnego społeczeństwa wmawia im, że jest inaczej. Przez to tacy ludzie jak ja są zmuszeni do życia w pojedynkę, co z kolei doprowadza ich (nas) do depresji. Oczywiście jednostki wrażliwe, uduchowione i skłonne do refleksji są szczególnie podatne na wspomniany zabójczy mechanizm. Tym samym Europa traci osoby, które mogłyby wyrosnąć na wielkich poetów, muzyków, wynalazców i sama spycha się w głębiny dekadencji, dążąc do katastrofy ekonomicznej, duchowej, moralnej... nie. Katastrofa moralna już nastąpiła. A będzie jeszcze gorzej. Negatywne perpetuum mobile.
Tylko osoby takie jak ja - dumne, nieskażone współczesnością - są w stanie odwrócić sytuację. Tylko ro-... a niech mnie, powiem to - R0MANTYCZNI ludzie, niczym kwiaty przebiśniegu zdeterminowane by wyjrzeć ponad ciężką, przyziemną monotonię, są w stanie uratować ciebie, mnie i cały świat. Proszę, pamiętajcie o tym. Niech ten krótki tekst pozostanie schowany na dnie waszych zimnych serc. Niech będzie dla nich dzikim płomieniem (klimatyzacja byłaby zbyt współczesna), powoli topiącym szron spod skamieniałych powiek, uniemożliwiający wam dojrzenie tego o czym pisał Werter, Gustaw, a teraz ja. Żegnam.
>>17424 naprawdę mam ból dupy o nazywanie wszystkiego co jest grane przez orkiestrę lub jej część muzyką klasyczną no do huja wacława przecież nie trzeba do tego być profesorem z katedry językowej żeby się domyślić co to określenie oznacza xD
Progressive director Michael Moore participated in an anti-Trump protest in New York that was organized by Russians, according to information released Friday by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Rosenstein announced indictments from Special Counsel Robert Mueller Friday against 13 Russian nationals for meddling in the 2016 election, highlighting how the Russians used social media to stir up strife and anger on social media using memes and unwitting Americans to do their bidding. One Russia-sponsored event was a protest of then President-Elect Donald Trump on Nov. 12, 2016, called “Trump is NOT my President,” and it involved Moore.
San Francisco has been declared one of the world’s filthiest slums, with conditions dirtier than slums found in third world nations such as Kenya or India.
According to an NBC investigation, great swathes of the city are covered in feces and needles, as hospitals overflow with patients that have fallen ill due to the contamination.
NBC reports: How dirty is San Francisco? An NBC Bay Area Investigation reveals a dangerous mix of drug needles, garbage, and feces throughout downtown San Francisco. The Investigative Unit surveyed 153 blocks of the city – the more than 20-mile stretch includes popular tourist spots like Union Square and major hotel chains. The area – bordered by Van Ness Avenue, Market Street, Post Street and Grant Avenue – is also home to City Hall, schools, playgrounds, and a police station.
As the Investigative Unit photographed nearly a dozen hypodermic needles scattered across one block, a group of preschool students happened to walk by on their way to an afternoon field trip to citiy hall.
“We see poop, we see pee, we see needles, and we see trash,” said teacher Adelita Orellana. “Sometimes they ask what is it, and that’s a conversation that’s a little difficult to have with a 2-year old, but we just let them know that those things are full of germs, that they are dangerous, and they should never be touched.”
In light of the dangerous conditions, part of Orellana’s responsibilities now include teaching young children how to avoid the contamination.
‘There’s Poop in There’
“The floor is dirty,” said A’Nylah Reed, a 3-year-old student at the preschool, who irately explained having to navigate dirty conditions on her walks to school.
“There is poop in there,” she exclaimed. “That makes me angry.”
THERE IS NO REASON TO GO TO COLLEGE ANYMORE. FORGET IT. FIND WORK, SAVE UP AND PREPARE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN.
How long can our debt levels keep growing much, much faster than the overall economy?
We haven’t had a year of 3 percent growth for the U.S. economy since the middle of the Bush administration, but we keep borrowing money as if there is no tomorrow. Much of the focus has been on the exploding debt of the federal government, and that is definitely something I plan to address once I get to Washington. But on an individual level, U.S. consumers have been extremely irresponsible as well. In fact, one new survey has found that more than 80 percent of all American adults are currently in debt…
It’s no secret that America is a nation that runs on debt, but it may surprise you to learn that the overwhelming majority of U.S. adults owe money in some way, shape, or form. According to new data from Comet, here’s how many Americans have debt at present:
80.9% of Baby Boomers 79.9% of Gen Xers 81.5% of Millennials
For most of us, it starts very early. We were told that going into debt to get a college education would not be a problem because we would be able to pay those loans off with the good jobs we would get after graduation.
Unfortunately, those good jobs never really materialized for many of us (thanks to the outsourcing of jobs), and now millions of former college students are absolutely drowning in debt…
A study released Friday by the Brookings Institution finds that most borrowers who left school owing at least $50,000 in student loans in 2010 had failed to pay down any of their debt four years later. Instead, their balances had on average risen by 5% as interest accrued on their debt.
STRUGGLE THE REST OF YOUR LIFE BECAUSE RED TEXT TOLD YOU TO Uneducated work? I tried that some time ago. It didn't pan out. You would spend the rest of your life struggling under shit wages for a barking mad dog who desperately needs to be put down. Especially after Obamacare, where no matter what Trump does, the damage has already been done. No shit wage jobs offer full time anymore. You'd have to hold down three to make up for what we used to have.
What everyone needs to do (will have to, provided with this fucked up economy) is first start with holding two to three jobs and struggling through them, as not a single one of them will be cooperative about scheduling. Do not be afraid to walk out when the situation's impossible. There will be bullying by bosses with extreme power complexes. What you need to remember is, they will claim YOU are a dime a dozen but on the same coin, THEIR type of shit work is as well.
Then after thousands have been saved, put yourself through college or University without relying on student loans. The prerequisites will be a pain in the ass. Many useless courses that absolutely fuck-all to do with your major. Also, do not be afraid to walk out of a course if the professor's an incompetent jackass or impossible piece of shit. Do so early to retrieve your refund, immediately.
Then you MUST intern in your field. This is where you make sure you've saved up enough to survive off of, because you will likely not have time for a second job. Expect long hours for no compensation whatsoever.
Loose term internships last a year, depending on your learning capability. After that, you test for your field's license. You then stay on and continue to save money while working the same exhausting shifts (often doubles) until you obtain the education (Master's) to either become a specialist in house or open your own office.
Seeking an art or sociology degree is the dumbest choice. Otherwise, the worthwhile degrees are for pre-med courses: various ones on biology, genetics, physiology, biochemistry, chemistry, organic chemistry, physics engineering nuclear, circuit design, chemical, fuels, plastics, optical, photonics, marine equipment, electrical etc. marketing, piloting, financial management, even psychology (sham) and law degrees. Unless you're brainy enough to become a scientist.
>>6732 >put yourself through college or University without relying on student loans
IF you can afford to do that, its an option. But please be cautious: MOST degrees will get you nowhere today but flipping burgers or working on a loading dock anyway! The problem is most of the decent-paying jobs have been outsourced over the last 30+ years and of-course Obamacare made things a lot worse like you said.
Even IF you get a good computer programming / electronic engineering degree and decide to work at Silicon Valley, the housing and renting prices are ridiculously HIGH! So guess what? You'd be living in a fucking RV or trailer park anyway regardless of salary. You'd still be right back where you left off.
My recommendation would be to live frugally, don't waste your money, stay away from debt and take two part time jobs if you have to. Make sure you live somewhere where taxes are lower, hell, I read that some small towns are now offering tax deduction incentives for people who are willing to move there because of lack of workers and declining local populations. Don't be afraid to find a job in a small town and take those incentives if offered. If you save up enough money, consider farming. You will be your own boss (for the most part) and can sell your crops and make a living that way out in the country. Sure, its a lot of hard work but there is something to be said about family-based living and independence.
>>6732 >>6733 Also, what we really need is more trade schools coming back. Back in the good 'ol Americana days we had plenty of CHEAP trade schools where students could learn actual skills like plumbing, mechanical repair, electrical maintenance, chemistry, butchery, social techniques for salesmen, farming, ranching, etc. And guess what? Not only were trade schools cheap, but you could have 100% control over what skill(s) you want to learn. And the trade schools would even help you find a job in those days!
>russia gets pissed at doping agency >doping agency claims they would never send someone to interrupt Olympic training did goatbro go to korea to fake being a doping agent to watch some girl pee into a cup and record it?
Yakushima is fucking nice in every photo I've ever seen. I have to go there someday, I always forget about it until I see the photos and then I wonder, holy shit how do I keep forgetting about Yakushima?
Well Q last night said something about how a helicopter crash at a standard hotel was a huge info lead. First of all we see the rabbit again and again on their instagram https://www.instagram.com/thestandard/. I implore you to see this because Q seems to know about the artists and the satanism and this is huge.Standard hotels.checked their instagram and am in surreal mode right now this is a phenomenal starting point to see this strange satanic cultism hipster blend like we see with standard.
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