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File: 73dd797fdc2fdbd⋯.jpg (8.03 MB, 3610x2215, 722:443, indian.jpg)

 No.250234[Reply]

By Alex Thompson

A stunning admission from Warren: “I shouldn’t have done it. I am not a person of color, I am not a citizen of a tribe. And I have apologized for confusion I have caused”

http://twitter.com/DailyCaller/status/1203343309311266816

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 No.250233[Reply]

By Max Golembo

A brand new storm will be moving into Northern California and Southern Oregon later today with heavy rain all the way down to the San Francisco Bay area and heavy snow in the mountains. Storm alerts have been issued from Oregon to California this morning.

http://sys.jthnx5wyvjvzsxtu.onion/mod.php?/newsplus/catalog.html&VanwaNet-DDoS-Verification-Attempt=1

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File: 9cf01e3bb46057b⋯.jpeg (133.34 KB, 840x564, 70:47, download.jpeg)

 No.250232[Reply]

By PAUL DUGINSKI

The Thanksgiving-week “bomb cyclone” storm that drenched California not only set a record for the lowest pressure recorded in the state, but also generated a 75-foot wave off Cape Mendocino.

http://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-12-05/thanksgiving-week-storm-record-75-foot-wave-off-california-coast

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 No.250231[Reply]

By David Aaro

A Southern California woman tried to protect her dog from a mountain lion that wandered into her backyard on Thursday by punching the wild cat in the face and prying its jaws open in an attempt to save her pet.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/california-woman-punches-mountain-lion-save-dog

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 No.250230[Reply]

Secretly recording someone else's conversation is illegal in California, but prosecutors can use the illicit recording as evidence in a criminal case, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

In their unanimous ruling, the justices cited a 1982 ballot measure passed by voters that allows all "relevant evidence" to be introduced in any criminal trial or pretrial hearing, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/california/Secretly-Recorded-Conversations-Admissible-in-Criminal-Cases-565875651.html

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 No.246397[Reply]

Tesla founder Elon Musk has launched tech startup Neuralink to build implants that connect human brains with computer interfaces via artificial intelligence.

The approaching technology would see groups of minuscule, flexible electrode "threads" implanted into the human brain by a neurosurgical robot.

These threads detect and record the electrical signals in the brain, and transmit this information outside the body.

This has the potential to create a scalable high-bandwidth brain-machine interface (BMI) system, meaning that it connects the brain to an external device to form a brain-machine interface.

more here:

http://www.dezeen.com/2019/07/22/elon-musk-neuralink-implant-ai-technology/

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 No.250163

File: 4da5208f6d89f65⋯.png (1.29 MB, 1423x2300, 1423:2300, Already-AI-Neurolinked.png)

>>246397

AUTISM

the thread

>inb4 See? They're calling me 'mentally ill' again!

As for this aging giraffe, I'll just be using my AI Neurolink to keep my browser verified by VanwaTech so I can shitpost with ease and never have to guess at Captchas ever again.

<sage because neither this thread nor elon musk need more attention

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 No.250164

File: e8a8018c8274166⋯.png (969.56 KB, 1439x2283, 1439:2283, Edit-Your-Board.png)

>>246397

Maybe spend less time copy / pasting news articles and more time cleaning up your board?

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 No.250181

why is there so much no-reply schizoposting everywhere???

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 No.250186

>>250181

Shills

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 No.250229

>>250181

Bui fired up his spambot again

>>>/v/16774326

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 No.250094[Reply]

By Lorraine Longhi

http://www.azcentral.com/staff/llonghi/lorraine-longhi/

A Fountain Hills woman has been detained by Chinese officials for three months, and her family and friends have been given no answers about the circumstances surrounding her arrest.

Shiping "Sue" Peterson, a massage therapist living in Fountain Hills, was arrested by Chinese authorities Aug. 29 on suspicion of the "crime of provocation" after her flight landed in Shanghai, according to Peterson's friend Dina Galassini.

The U.S. State Department confirmed Monday that Peterson was being detained in China.

"We continue to monitor her case, and we have been providing all appropriate assistance to her and her family, including visits to Ms. Peterson in the detention facility," a State Department spokesperson said.

In a statement emailed by Galassini, Peterson's son, Dawei "David" Jiang, said he and his mother had flown to China for a funeral service for Peterson's father.

On arrival, David and his mother were taken off the airplane and taken to a room where Peterson's phone was confiscated. David later was told by the U.S. Embassy that she would be detained for a "crime of provocation."

"My mom asked why are they taking her and they said they would tell her later," he wrote. "They let me go."

Galassini said that Peterson never expressed any fear about going back to China and had traveled to China in 2017.

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/scottsdale/2019/12/03/chinese-authorities-detain-arizona-woman-shiping-sue-peterson-3-months/4274028002/

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 No.250109

>>250094

Been to fountain hills before. It was like the south beach of the wild west. Course they don't like weed very much.

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 No.250228

I can imagine Chinese-Americans and returning emigrants are absolutely despised in China.

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 No.250172[Reply]

By Llowell Williams

http://twitter.com/llowellw

Waco judge Dianne Hensley who repeatedly declined to carry out weddings for same-sex couples has been publicly sanctioned by the Texas’ judicial commission for violating a 2015 U.S. Supreme Court ruling which stated that same-sex individuals are legally permitted to wed throughout the country.

Hensley told the Waco Tribune in 2017 that she began declining to conduct all weddings following the ruling on Obergefell v. Hodges. She later changed her stance and began wedding heterosexual couples. “My conscious was bothering me,” Hensley said.

http://www.ibtimes.com/texas-judge-sanctioned-refusing-conduct-same-sex-marriages-2879912

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 No.250187

>>250172

Why aren't gay people being sanctioned for forcing a judge to conduct marriages they don't want to?

Just get a judge that is okay with it, but don't force one that doesn't want to do it and then punish them.

Everyone is so obsessed with forcing other people to agree with them.

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 No.250191

>judge's conscience is hurting

Literally everything a judge does would trigger an ethical person's conscience. She should be used to it by now.

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 No.250227

How incredibly moral to compel people to commit sacrilegious acts they deem offensive and immoral.

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 No.250211[Reply]

By Saira Anwer

@SairaWPLG

While mourning his death, the family of the UPS driver killed in Thursday’s shootout in Miramar is also lashing out at police who they believe are responsible for the loss of life.

“They murdered him,” Joe Merino, the stepfather of Frank Ordonez, told Local 10 News. “I hope you can understand that and how I feel because it could have been prevented.”

While admitting he’s not a police officer, Merino wondered why there was a rush to open fire at the truck before other options were considered.

“I have common sense, like we all do, and it shows me, where’s the protocol? Where was protocol? Where was SWAT? Where was the hostage negotiator? Where was the sniper?” Merino said. “They shot him dead!"

http://www.local10.com/news/local/2019/12/06/they-murdered-him-family-of-ups-driver-killed-in-shootout-lashes-out-at-police/

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 No.250220

Yeah, that was insane, they instigated a shootout in the middle of a crowded highway, knowing that there was a hostage in the truck; as a result, two innocent people- the UPS driver, plus somebody in their car- were killed by the police. This is the kind of thing you'd expect to hear from a third world country.. considering this was Miami, it might as well have been.

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 No.250222

So what are they gonna do about it? .gov and its agents claim special moral authority; you won't do anything but keep paying your taxes, forever.

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 No.250226

>>250220

>This is the kind of thing you'd expect to hear from a third world country.

The United States is basically a third world country in many areas.

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 No.249849[Reply]

By Bob D’Angelo, Cox

http://muckrack.com/bob-dangelo-2

A caretaker found dead outside a Texas home Sunday was fatally attacked by a pack of feral hogs, authorities said.

Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne said at a Monday news conference that Christine Rollins, 59, of Liberty, was found dead in the front yard of a home in the southeastern Texas town of Anahuac, KPRC reported.

http://www.ajc.com/news/national/texas-woman-killed-after-rare-attack-feral-hogs-sheriff-says/UIO9JOVxLxtxuBihDPY3jL/

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 No.250179

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 No.250185

>>250177

Just set up some drones that look like hogs or just paper targets on a moving track?

world would be better without hogs.

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 No.250215

File: 94a54626bb8dc5d⋯.jpg (93.69 KB, 896x1072, 56:67, 94a54626bb8dc5df67e3a7a568….jpg)

It shall be a symphony of squeals.

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 No.250216

>>250156

The hogs were released a few decades ago. They haven't all been shot yet because they hide in the woods. I think a more effective method is to trap them. I welded a big trap and caught 146 of them in one year and sold them for 40 cents per pound. I think that was in 2016. They were gone for a while but they are coming back this year. I haven't been trapping them because the buyers stopped purchasing them.

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 No.250225

>>250156

it used to be that country folk killed vermint. they kept a shotgun and a rifle on their pickup’s gun rack (against the back window). these days, nobody has visible guns, and they are building developments everywhere. texas law permits homeowner associations to have city type restrictions on discharging guns, despite not having any pest control on staff. even if you live in the country, you’ll get the cops called out if your shooting annoys sum dum ho.

the answer, then? urban sprawl, boomers less likely to casually hunt their inherited land, helicopter parents that prevent their kids from going out to hunt.

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 No.250149[Reply]

By Chet Landry

http://www.wlox.com/authors/clandry/

House Resolution 724, now a law, makes the act of animal cruelty a felony. President Donald Trump signed the bill last week expanding on legislation from 2010.

The original law made the creation and/or distribution of animal crushing videos illegal; it did make the act itself illegal. In the new bill, “animal crushing” is defined as conduct in which one or more living non-human mammals, birds, reptiles or amphibians is purposely crushed, burned, drowned, suffocated, impaled or otherwise subjected to serious bodily injury.

http://www.wlox.com/2019/12/05/new-law-now-makes-animal-cruelty-felony/

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 No.250182

>>250168

Trump does environmental/animal/weather things FAR better than these globalist left democrats!

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 No.250183

>>250170

gob blebs brump!

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 No.250214

>>250149

oof, chinese owned meatpacking industry about to get BTFO by deepstate "animal rights activists" who glow in the dark

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 No.250223

>>250214

Chinese getting "owned" by deep state?

bruh what are you smoking, china IS a huge part OF the deep state.

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 No.250224

Communist Globalists = deep state…

China = ….. duhhhh

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File: 4be779f8b4dc8fe⋯.jpg (2.96 MB, 1954x1535, 1954:1535, bloomberg.jpg)

 No.250221[Reply]

By David Bauder

http://muckrack.com/dbauder

Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says employees at his news organization need to accept restrictions with their paycheck, including the ban on investigating their boss.

Bloomberg, billionaire founder of Bloomberg News, was asked in a CBS News interview about rules put in place when he announced his candidacy:

>>The organization’s reporters are not allowed to probe him and his finances, or any of his Democratic rivals.

Bloomberg News says the restriction does not apply to President Donald Trump as the government’s leader. That prompted Trump’s campaign to say it would not allow Bloomberg reporters to cover its events.

http://apnews.com/e472c615ab37e06f7564661e246f5a38

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 No.250204[Reply]

By Erik Avanier:

@WJXTErik

A shooter opened fire at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday morning in an attack that left four people dead, including the assailant, law enforcement officials announced. The gunfire prompted a massive law enforcement response to the base, which was locked down.

Officials said a total of 11 people were shot, and the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office said the shooting is over.

During a press conference just before 11 a.m., law enforcement officials declined to identify the shooter.

http://www.news4jax.com/news/florida/2019/12/06/active-shooter-reported-at-naval-air-station-pensacola/

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 No.250217

>>250204

The religion of peace just can't keep quiet.

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 No.250218

He posted his manifesto on twitter. I wonder if they will be removed from the internet this time?

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 No.250219

File: a1dce2eb29ecf96⋯.jpg (11.53 KB, 480x360, 4:3, coopaloop.jpg)

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 No.250213[Reply]

By Eric Kiefer

http://patch.com/users/eric.kiefer

What do you make a cheetah for its birthday? A meat cake, of course.

Last week, staff at the zoo threw a party for their "ambassador cheetahs," Nandi, Alvin, Simon and Theodore, who recently celebrated their first birthday. To mark the occasion, their keepers made them professional quality birthday cakes out of some of their favorite treats including ice, jello, and of course, meat.

"They came to Turtle Back Zoo when they were just a few weeks old, and we cannot believe how much they have grown," staff wrote. "Their first year has been full of fun new experiences, learning new things, and building strong relationships with one another and their trainers."

According to zoo staff, baby cheetahs usually only weigh around 10 ounces when they're born. Now, the cats are tipping the scales at 55 to 75 pounds.

One of the cheetahs, Nandi, has made an adorable friendship with Bowie, a dog that has a soft spot for the cheetah. It's a common way to boost the animals' confidence, zoo staff said.

http://patch.com/new-jersey/newarknj/s/gxtil/cheetahs-turtle-back-zoo-nj-are-thriving-staff-say

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 No.250212[Reply]

WIVB-TV veteran newsman Rich Newberg is being honored by the National Television Academy’s New York Chapter.

The retired News 4 Senior Correspondent is joining his former co-anchor Jacquie Walker in the Silver Circle, recognizing outstanding contributions to the television industry. Jacquie will on Friday introduce Rich during ceremonies at the Friar’s Club in New York City.

Rich Newberg won eleven New York Emmy Awards during his 37 years at WIVB-TV. His documentaries explored multiple aspects of Buffalo life and history.

Rich is currently spearheading efforts by the Buffalo Broadcasters Association to give Western New York it’s moving image history through the digitization of archival TV newsfilm and videotape dating back to the 1960s.

http://www.wivb.com/community/rich-newberg-national-television-academy/

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