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Reader Board owner 04/30/2018 (Mon) 23:01:51 Id: 3aeba1 [Preview] No. 8261 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Reader Board owner 08/03/2018 (Fri) 16:35:36 Id: e64f1b [Preview] No.11551 del
I agree. I was reminding the idiot. We already have way too damn many rules, which had to happen due to a lack of common sense (+common courtesy) on the part of shitposters. They post shit, then whine when the reaction is dealing with their shit. They're retarded. The rules now cover enough.

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Cleared them.

Reader 08/06/2018 (Mon) 14:14:01 Id: 12a0f6 [Preview] No.11605 del
Thank you for cleaning up the board, another 404 error has occurred though: https://endchan.xyz/news/res/11601.html

Reader Board owner 08/13/2018 (Mon) 20:50:31 Id: e64f1b [Preview] No.11874 del
Again: The shit starting Tor troll's messages will be deleted. Eat shit and die Regular Tor posters are left alone.

Endless War! ISIS Re-emerges In Areas Still Occupied By US & Israel Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 09:04:40 Id: fe5219 [Preview] No. 12084 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A spokesman for the US-led coalition, who are purportedly fighting ISIS, says American troops will stay in Iraq “as long as needed”

The announcement comes amid reports that the terrorist group is making a comeback in Iraq as well as neighboring Syria: https://archive.fo/BfDWw

Colonel Sean Ryan told a news conference on Sunday: “We’ll keep troops there as long as we think they’re needed … The main reason, after ISIS is defeated militarily is the stabilization efforts and we still need to be there for that, so that’s one of the reasons we’ll maintain a presence.”

In otherwords, “We’ll keep troops there until Assad is defeated and we can completely destabilize the Middle East for our master Israeli interests, so that’s one of the reasons we’ll maintain a presence.”

Press TV reports: https://archive.fo/HWOSF

In recent months, US President Donald Trump has repeatedly touted his administration’s success in defeating Daesh and destroying its so-called caliphate in Iraq and Syria.

[Everyone in the know understands Trump is LYING. The Russian and Syrian military coalition were and still are the ones fighting ISIS!]

Trump, who ran for office pledging to end the US military engagements overseas, has dispatched hundreds of additional troops to Iraq and put them closer to the front lines with more freedom to bomb targets.

Coalition officials have talked about how the military campaign dislodged Daesh from about 98 percent of the territory it once held in Syria and Iraq.

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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 18:32:24 Id: 0214bf [Preview] No.12100 del
So is this a last gasping spasm of desperation claiming ISIS is regrouping when in all reality they are getting their asses handed to them? Also I notice the grey spot area of the Golan Heights, is that grey area where ISIS actually still occupies? And what does the green area symbolize? [My old browser wasn't showing this map likely because I have JS blocked].

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 18:39:41 Id: 0214bf [Preview] No.12101 del
I know the feeling, I talk to my relatives and family members too from time to time. Some of them are awake and do understand the levels of corruption pretty well. But many just do not understand or have a clue about anything (nor do they even care about the truth, they'll just continue to listed to garbage propaganda and believe it no matter what).

As far as Syria looks like I need some updating on this, haven't looked at it too much recently.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 22:57:58 Id: 3c2790 [Preview] No.12111 del
Grey was ISIS, green was FSA. Both were already liberated.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 23:38:21 Id: b9860f [Preview] No.12112 del
Looks like they have a little occupied territory remaining (these might just be rogue militants at this point, who knows?)


Reader 08/21/2018 (Tue) 00:52:49 Id: 3c2790 [Preview] No.12113 del
What they're really doing is destabilising sub-Saharan Africa. Nigeria has the biggest economy and population in sub-Saharan Africa, and northeast Nigeria is the centre of jihadism on the continent. Attacking Nigeria = the large population fleeing as "refugees" to North Africa and eventually Europe.

SHEEPLE: Student Loan Debt Is Hurting The Economy, Not Making Things Any Better Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 18:58:28 Id: be16ef [Preview] No. 12102 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

It’s that time of year, when students prepare to head back to the classroom. For many taking the next step in higher education, the question is increasingly, “Is it worth it?” Millions of millennials have already put off settling down because of the rising costs of servicing college debts to the detriment of economic growth.

Student loans are now the second-largest category of household debt in America, topping $1.4 trillion and trailing only mortgages at $9 trillion. And while Korn Ferry puts the average starting salary for a 2018 college graduate at $50,390, up 2.8 percent from 2017, the just-released July Consumer Price Index report shows the inflation rate rose 2.9 percent over the last 12 months. Does the phrase “treading water” come to mind?

A recent report by Bloom Economic Research breaks out the demographic challenges that have resulted from the 176 percent increase in student loan debt in the decade through 2017. In the years leading up to the housing crisis and the dramatic loosening of mortgage credit standards, many families tapped readily available home equity to finance pricier higher educations for their children than they would have otherwise been able to afford. After the bust, this avenue was blocked, leaving only the higher education inflation it had fueled.

From 2007 through 2017, the CPI rose by 21 percent. Over that same period, college tuition costs jumped 63 percent, school housing surged 51 percent and the price of textbooks by 88 percent. These troubling growth rates wipe away any mystery behind today’s staggering levels of student loan debt, which have almost tripled from the 2007 starting point of $545 billion. As of the fourth quarter, student loans represented 10.5 percent of a record $13.1 trillion in U.S. household debt, up from 3.3 percent at the start of 2003.

Regardless of income bracket, housing is the biggest line item in family budgets. On that count, the best news for fresh grads is that rent growth appears to be slowing as a flood of apartment supply hits the market. According to RentCafe, the average rent in the U.S. was a record $1,409 in July, a 2.8 percent from a year earlier. While rent growth has stopped outpacing gains in salaries, the level is nevertheless prohibitively high for many, especially those weighed down by student loans the minute they cross the stage. The average student loan payment is $351. Tack that on to average rents and you’re pushing $1,800 before you hit the online grocery app icon on your smart phone, the bill for which runs at least $100 a month for most of us. Using college grad starting salaries, that takes up a large chunk of monthly take-home pay of about $3,400 if you live in Texas or $3,100 if you’re in New York.

The latest demographic breakdown available has an end point of 2016. What we know through that period is that 22.4 percent of all U.S. households carried student debt, with the percentage rising to 44.8 percent for those aged 18-34, or $33,000 on average, up from 18.6 percent in 2001. The average household has to save for almost six and a half years to cover a 20 percent down payment on a home at current prices, according to a recent study by Zillow’s HotPads. That’s based on the steep assumption that workers can sock away 20 percent of their monthly take-home pay.

The outer birth-year band for millennials is 1981, making 2018 the year millennials are closer to 40 than they are to 30. While homeownership has picked up, it’s been held back for a decade due to the stagnant wage growth coupled with onerous debt burdens.
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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 19:09:06 Id: be16ef [Preview] No.12105 del
College should ONLY be considered for those who want professional careers, such as: a doctor, a lawyer, an engineer, an architect, a computer scientist, a chemist for professional labs, an archaeologist, something where you need to know a lot of brain skills or professions that a normal school will not provide you. This would be about 20% of the population. The rest should be going to a trade school.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 19:13:52 Id: be16ef [Preview] No.12106 del
I remember back in the 60s, the TV and radio media conglomerates were always shilling "you need to go to college goyim, you have no future without out it!" NONSENSE! In the 50s and even 60s only half the population went to college, many graduated high school and got a full time job, worked their way up. Many went to trade schools. The indoctrination that everyone "must attend college" has created one of the biggest loan rackets besides war. My God, and most boomers are guilty too for buying into the propaganda over the years too.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 22:09:03 Id: 4905f2 [Preview] No.12108 del
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>tfw I went through university after saving my own money for years, wrote papers for Marxist classes with sarcasm they didn't detect, and now I'm a specialist with minimal hours
My family now knows privileges I never did. There's a way to get through college. Massive student loans and rushing it are not the way. Those who are incapable of hard work, sacrificing their time, and expecting handouts won't do very well.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 22:16:11 Id: 9d1062 [Preview] No.12109 del
If you can go to college without taking massive loans then perhaps its well worth it. This of-course depends on what profession your aiming to learn and utilize later in life as well.

Most kids today take tens of thousands in student loans thinking they can get some degree in liberal arts or political science and end up taking part time jobs to pay off overwhelming debts for half their life! That's fucking stupid!

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 22:29:52 Id: 9d1062 [Preview] No.12110 del
The most ironic thing of all is most the older folks I know who never went to college had basic jobs that paid pretty damn well. Plumbing, carpentry / household refurbishment, I'm buddies with a former electrician, I know a former construction contractor... all these people who made out pretty well had absolutely no college experience. Some of them learned right out of high school. Guess what? They're all retired now, they have nest eggs (savings). I never went to college myself [won't get into too much detail here for opsec reasons but for half my life I was a local truck driver who picked up supplies from various warehouses across the state and shipped them to retailers around a major metropolitan area.] Anyway, no college and I made out pretty good too. Back in the day many people went to trade schools and it didn't cost them jack shit, and they got decent jobs. College is mostly a racket, it really is.

Feds File Discrimination Complaint Against Facebook Over Violation of the Civil Rights Act Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 08:19:00 Id: 69aae4 [Preview] No. 12083 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/11602 ; >>>/news/11620 ; >>>/news/11631 ; >>>/news/11645 ; >>>/news/11711 ; >>>/news/12042
ALTERNATIVES: >>>/endtimes/34 ; >>>/endtimes/39

The Trump administration announced a fair housing discrimination complaint against social media giant Facebook on Friday, saying the way the company targets ads can be used to screen out people based on race, sex or other protected categories.

The complaint goes to the heart of Facebook’s business model, which depends on being able to offer advertisers micro-targeting.

“Facebook mines extensive user data and classifies its users based on protected characteristics. Facebook’s ad targeting tools then invite advertisers to express unlawful preferences by suggesting discriminatory options,” the Housing and Urban Development Department said in the complaint.

Among those options are physical disabilities, parents with children and even religious practices — advertisers are allowed to show their ads only to people Facebook deems interested in “Jesus” or the “Christian Church,” for example.

Those practices could violate the Civil Rights Act, HUD said in the complaint, dated August 13.

The government had begun an investigation in 2016 after learning that Facebook allowed people running ads to narrow down those who can see their advertising based on protected categories.

Facebook didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment, but has previously said its policies tell advertisers not to discriminate. The company also insisted it had safeguards to stop advertisers from selecting based on race or ethnicity.

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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 10:41:36 Id: d480c9 [Preview] No.12089 del
Either the Feds hand their asses to them or the masses will by switching to alternatives. Only a matter of time. Clock is ticking for these faggots.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 21:49:25 Id: 34a411 [Preview] No.12107 del
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>Facebook didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment, but has previously said its policies tell advertisers not to discriminate. The company also insisted it had safeguards to stop advertisers from selecting based on race or ethnicity.
>Blame your site's algorithm on the advertisers

What a dumb fuck.

Twitter CEO Admits They Are Biased Against Conservatives, Yet Denies Censorship Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 18:57:41 Id: fe2a43 [Preview] No. 12065 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BOYCOTT THE CENSORSHIP, SEEK ALTERNATIVES: >>>/endtimes/34 ; >>>/endtimes/39

The Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted to CNN that his staff are biased against Trump supporters, in a stunningly honest interview with Brian Stelter.

The interview, aired on Sunday, confirms what many of us have always known: Twitter has a strong left-leaning bias and engages in “shadow banning” of people they do not agree with politically.

Dailywire.com reports: https://archive.fo/swPih

“Are we doing something according to political ideology or viewpoints? We are not. Period,” Dorsey claimed during the interview, which took place on Friday. “We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology. We look at behavior.”

But he went on to say that the social media company needs to remove bias from its service.

“I think we need to constantly show that we are not adding our own bias, which I fully admit is left, is more left-leaning,” Dorsey continued. “We need to remove all bias from how we act and our policies and our enforcement and our tools.”

“I haven’t done enough of, like, articulating my own personal objectives with this service and my own personal objectives in the world,” Dorsey explained.

"We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology," @Jack told me. But he knows some people do not believe him. "I think we need to constantly show that we are not adding our own bias, which I fully admit is left, is more left-leaning," he says... pic.twitter.com/1i8jJunhfz

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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 01:31:01 Id: 5a07fb [Preview] No.12079 del
I wouldn't touch DuckDuckGo with a pole. It's owned by Gabriel WEINBERG (Yiddish surname, kike) who used to run the Names Database, a website that aimed to connect people who had lost contact by gathering lots and lots of e-mail addresses, getting access could be done by either paying money, or submitting lots of e-mail addresses of other people. And this guy then starts a "privacy-oriented" search engine. They also once set a tracking cookie, even though they claimed not to. HM...

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Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 11:06:41 Id: fc30b8 [Preview] No.12090 del
Holy shit I like this idea, is it legal to purchase in the US and how much do their products cost?

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 11:44:41 Id: 565010 [Preview] No.12091 del
I meant to post this in the other thread about turkey and iphones, but anyway... prices are pretty reasonable. phones are $600. there is a link in my previous post if you want more info

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 16:23:27 Id: 473262 [Preview] No.12095 del
I would never buy a touch phone (iphone style crap). Never used one, don't know how and don't care to. However a nice PC or laptop from that company may not be a bad idea as long as they don't charge too much.

USSA: Amazon Monopoly Is Being Subsidized By Taxpayers Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 16:16:09 Id: 7ddbb3 [Preview] No. 12092 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
For a little while earlier this year, it seemed as though 87-year-old Rosie Thomas and her neighbors in the small town of Gainesville, Va., had beaten Amazon. Virginia’s largest utility, Dominion Energy Inc., had planned to run an aboveground power line straight through a Civil War battlefield—and Thomas’s property—to reach a nearby data center run by an Amazon.com Inc. subsidiary. After three years of petitions and protests in front of the gated data center, skirmishes punctuated by barking dogs and shooing police, Dominion agreed to bury that part of the line along a nearby highway, at an estimated cost of $172 million.

Within a month, however, the utility and state legislators had passed on the cost to Thomas and her fellow Virginians. The state’s House of Delegates approved Dominion’s proposal to raise the money needed for the Amazon line with an as-yet-unannounced monthly fee. “Lord, have mercy,” Thomas said when a neighbor gave her the news this spring in the gravel driveway of her one-story clapboard home, where she was watching the metal disk spin inside the electricity meter on the side of the house. She was already struggling to pay her monthly $170. Leaning forgotten against Thomas’s mailbox was an old protest sign that read “UNPLUG Amazon Extension Cord.” It no longer felt like a trophy.

This sort of thing is becoming a pattern. Amazon Web Services, the company’s cloud computing business, is its fastest-growing and most profitable division, but it comes with a lot of upfront infrastructure costs and ongoing expenses, the biggest of which is electricity. Over the past two years, Amazon has almost doubled the size of its physical footprint worldwide, to 254 million square feet, including dozens of new data centers with vast fields of servers running 24/7. In at least two states, it’s also BRIBED utilities and politicians to stick other people with the bills, piling untold millions of dollars on top of the estimated $1.2 billion in state and municipal tax incentives the company has received over the past decade.

Unlike tax incentives, which must eventually be disclosed to the public, the costs of electricity deals usually remain hidden, because they’re technically struck between companies. They do, however, require approval by state regulators. Although data centers typically yield few new jobs, politicians desperate to make up for fading manufacturing businesses have worked closely with utility companies to land Amazon data centers, using the company’s name as a shorthand for 'economic' resurgence.

Besides Amazon and AEP, the only parties that know the value of the Ohio rate deal are the state’s five-person public utility commission and JobsOhio, its privatized, publicly funded economic development agency.

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Amazon has said the value of the discount is a trade secret, and one clause in an other­wise heavily redacted copy of the approved deal stipulates that it will not face public review for at least five years. The five-year status report can also be redacted at Amazon’s request. “If these discounts are generating the kind of economic bounty officials claim, why aren’t they willing to show us what the discounts are?” asks Zach Schiller, research director at Policy Matters Ohio, a left-leaning think tank that opposes corporate tax incentives.

Power companies, like politicians, actively pursue Amazon. In that way, the company fits into a long U.S. tradition of shifting costs from businesses to poor residents, who already pay about three times more of their income on utility bills than do wealthy households, according to a 2016 ACEEE study. The difference these days is that data-center operators, unlike manufacturing plants, can’t claim to be engines of job growth, says the ACEEE’s Elliott. “When you attracted the steel mill years ago, you got 2,000 employees,” he says. “When you attract a data center, you get maybe 50.”

[Proving once again politicians in the USSA lack knowledge of economics and are subsidizing insolvent and corrupt monopolies; monopolies which should be getting hit with Anti-trust suits rather than being subsidized!]


Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 16:20:27 Id: 7ddbb3 [Preview] No.12094 del
I won't buy from Amazon. I won't read their stinkin' lying newspaper. And I will never allow their SPYING GIZOMO CRAP into my home. Go find other solutions like Overstock or even Ebay (if you really have to). I still like supporting the retail stores as much as I can, and whenever I get the chance I'll always support ma & pa shops over the major retail chains!

New Study Finds Explosion In Concealed Carry Permits, And Crime Rates Are Dropping Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 10:14:43 Id: a2c68b [Preview] No. 12086 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
New research from economist and author John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center reveals that Americans have been applying for permits to carry concealed weapons (CCW) in record numbers, especially among women.


According to Lott, there were 890,000 CCW permits issued in 2017, while 4.6 million have been issued between 2007 and 2018, according to official state records - meaning 2017 saw a jump of nearly 24% in one year.

"We have seen an increase from 4.6 million permits in 2007 to 17.25 million now, with the number increasing every year," Lott - the author of the highly cited book More Guns, Less Crime told Fox News.

There were 2.7 million concealed handgun permit holders in 1999, 4.6 million in 2007, 8 million in 2011, 11.1 million in 2014, and now 17.25 million in 2017. The growth in permits has been continuous. -Crime Prevention Research Center

"The states that we have seen a slowing of permits have primarily been these Constitutional Carry states where a permit is no longer required, indeed some of those states have even seen a drop in the number of permits even though the number of people carrying in those places has undoubtedly gone up," added Lott.

The report also notes that despite the common assumption that CCW applications would drop off after the 2016 election, quite the opposite has happened.

“Conventional wisdom held that the sharp rise in gun sales during Obama’s presidency was driven, at least in part, by the threat of guns control,” the study says. “That’s why everyone expected gun sales to decline after Trump’s victory.”

The number of women and minorities with CCW permits has continued to rise, with Black and Asian women leading the pack.

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Massive SHTF Prepping Video Archive Takes Real.Video By Storm As Youtube Continues To Ban Users Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 16:51:00 Id: 62906a [Preview] No. 12061 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
If you’re using Google’s Chrome browser or Mozilla’s Firefox browser, you’re being indoctrinated with censorship at the browser level.

Yes, even Mozilla has gone “full evil” and will soon be blocking independent media websites.

I hosted the fourth hour of the Alex Jones Show yesterday, detailing alternative technology solutions that help free you from censorship and tyranny.


Take a list at some alternatives here: https://archive.fo/guj0b

An exciting new prepping channel has uploaded 103 videos (so far) to REAL.video. It’s called SHTFPrepping101, and it features videos that teach you lifesaving skills such as:

How to defend yourself without a gun
How to create a rainwater collection system
How to build a homemade hydroponics growing system
How to build your own Faraday cage
How to preserve beans and rice with dry canning

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Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 20:19:08 Id: e4a651 [Preview] No.12073 del
I have a shit load of old Mozilla browsers backed up with some privacy add-ons. I don't think these will be effected by censorship. How about Waterfox as an alternative? Will Waterfox use the same censorship algorithms as Mozilla?

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 06:41:21 Id: c6aa82 [Preview] No.12082 del
I never had a problem with Mozilla but then again I'm using an older version. I've heard about Palemoon and would like to try it, but I hear it blocks some privacy add-ons and that makes me suspicious. Also, a question for the tech geeks out there: could you potentially reverse the Mozilla censorship in the future with about:config tweaks? I used about:config while learning how to manually disable WebGL and WebRTC. Could that be done to block the new censorship tactics too?

This Is What Americans Should Be Doing To Their iPhones Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 18:34:48 Id: e474c3 [Preview] No. 12064 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Bring Back The Rotary Dials!

Outside praising Allah or boycotting all products, Americans should be doing the same to their iPhones which are constantly tracking them, spying on them and stealing their personal data.

Turks supporting Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have uploaded videos on social media this week destroying their iPhones and other American products with sledgehammers, handguns, and fire.

In one video circulated online, an unidentified man threatens Trump in front of the camera as four boys kneel behind him in front of a Turkish flag. He then takes the boys’ iPhones and smashes them with a sledgehammer.

“If you threaten us with hunger you will only make us laugh. Do whatever in your power,” he declares. “Look now what will happen to your iPhones on the orders of Erdogan.”

In other videos, Erdogan supporters can be seen smashing, shooting, and burning their iPhones. In one video, a boy films himself pouring a bottle of Coca-Cola down the toilet in solidarity with his president.

“If the US has the iPhone, there’s Samsung on the other side,” Erdogan said in a speech on Wednesday. “And we have our own telephone brands. We are going to produce enough for ourselves. We have to serve better quality goods than we are importing from them.”


Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 20:59:08 Id: d3df54 [Preview] No.12075 del
>Turks destroying iPhones to protest Donald Trump
lol. What's the connection to him and iPhones? I'm no fan of that fat Zionist cuck. I just don't see the relevance.

Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 21:18:30 Id: 5e3c08 [Preview] No.12076 del
I really don't know either. I think its funny though, since it will only hurt companies like Apple. Go ahead and kill those fuckers off already for all I give a shit. We as Americans should have done that job long ago. I still stick to the old school phones and ALWAYS will.

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>since it will only hurt companies like Apple
Yeah, I really don't think it does. As a side note, smart-phones piss me off. Workplace break areas in the past used to be for conversation. Now there's only a bunch of zombies sitting there on their fucking phones. Usually social people become anti-social twats, giving the cold shoulder if you try to strike up conversation. I can see they're very busy with that candy crush for fucking retards. Cunts.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 00:19:07 Id: 4a70cb [Preview] No.12078 del
The next best thing to do is to boycott Apple products, really, the best thing to do would actually be to boycott most American products (which are really for the most part glorified spyware) or to buy them indirectly.

Reader 08/20/2018 (Mon) 06:27:42 Id: c0e3e1 [Preview] No.12081 del
I buy anything American as long as its NOT electronics! I do NOT trust any American electronics. Tools? Awesome. Steel and lumber? Fine. Clothing. OK. Fuels and engine lubricants. Big deal. But I will not touch the electronics - ALL NSA/CIA/Mossad embedded crap.

Although I do admit I have some really old B&D and Maytag utilities going back from the 60s and 70s which still work really well (when most products actually used to be manufactured over here) and those were high quality, will not get rid of those!

New Synthetic-marijuana Is Killing Hippies, Leading To More Than 100 Dead and Arrests Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 22:39:01 Id: e5d3ad [Preview] No. 12055 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A 53-year-old man has been arrested in connection with more than 100 synthetic-marijuana overdoses, many of them in the same New Haven park, after authorities say they caught him with 32 bags of the drug, police said Friday.

Some of the victims identified John Parker, of New Haven, as one of the people who was dealing K2 on the New Haven Green, where most of the overdoses occurred Wednesday and Thursday, Police Chief Anthony Campbell said. No deaths were reported, and officials said most people recovered quickly.

Parker, who was arrested Wednesday, was charged with drug crimes after being found in possession of the K2 bags, Campbell said. He was also charged in connection with drug sales in the city earlier this year, the chief said.

Campbell also said two other people were arrested — one by New Haven police and one by federal authorities — but investigators were trying to determine whether they were connected to the overdoses.

Authorities described chaotic scenes at the park near Yale University, with people falling unconscious at the same time. Others became nauseated and vomited, officials said. Some people who overdosed returned to the green and overdosed again, officials said.

Parker was detained on $225,000 bail. A public defender said there was no proof linking any drugs Parker may have had to the overdoses.

The arrests do not mean all the bad K2 has been located, Campbell said.

"We want people to be warned that what they have could be extremely dangerous and they should not use it," he said.

Federal authorities arrested a third person, who was not identified, Campbell said.

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Reader 08/18/2018 (Sat) 22:49:39 Id: ec61ab [Preview] No.12056 del
Regular pot never killed anybody. So now they have to spray it with chemicals to say it's dangerous. I know of a few chemicals I could spray on any food you believe is healthy, then watch you eat it if I was a sick fuck.

Reader 08/19/2018 (Sun) 20:53:28 Id: f14ae0 [Preview] No.12074 del
Duh. Why do the fuckers have to spray it with chemicals though? The dealers deserve to get arrested for that, even if weed happens to be legal. Why are they poisoning the marijuana? Are they trying to be the Monsanto for marijuana?