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101060 No. 101060 ID: 1fb1a6 Stickied hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Local news stories that lack significance outside their stagnant little backwaters go here.
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Three naked teenage women led Florida police on a wild car chase that ended with them tased and in cuffs after they allegedly tried to attack the officers with their vehicle and a metal bat, according to report.

The revealing incident occurred after Florida Highway Patrol troopers received a call about three women in the buff at a rest stop on northbound Interstate 75 around 11:15 a.m. Wednesday, CBS affiliate WTSP reported.

“There’s three women standing in the nude putting on suntan lotion,” a trooper can be heard radioing to a dispatcher, according to the news outlet.

When the trooper confronted the women — identified as Oasis Mcleod, 18, Jeniyah Mcleod, 19, and Cecilia Young, 19 — they said they were simply “air drying” after showering before they hopped back into their white 2009 Nissan Sentra and drove off.

The trooper initially pursued the vehicle on the highway, but backed off because the chase did not fit Florida Highway Patrol protocol, the news site reported.

Shortly after, police went after the Nissan when another motorist called cops to report a “reckless vehicle” on the road.

Authorities then tracked down the Sentra, which they found parked and empty at a convenience store parking lot at State Road 52 and Curley Road in Pasco County.
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49763 No. 49763 ID: c574bd Locked Stickied hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
We've taken your feedback from the poll and are going to implement a new ruleset for /n/. As always, our ability to moderate is directly linked to you reporting posts you see breaking the rules. We may be modifying this ruleset further in the future as we try to tune /n/ into a place that allows the maximum amount of discussion and causes the minimal amount of trouble. If you have questions or comments, find us in irc (rizon.net #/k/) or post a thread in /sug/


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>> No. 101059 ID: 1fb1a6
  ConcernedCitizen is drafting the official changes, but for now to limit reports I would like to outline a slight rule change:

/n/ is no longer limited to national/international news.

Anything traditionally newsworthy that impacts or potentially impacts people on the international, national, or regional level or is exceptional on the local level can have its own thread.

For local stories with no real impact - we will be crafting a Flawda thread to contain them.

Here is some food for thought:


All other rules remain in effect until further notice.
>> No. 101062 ID: 1fb1a6
Bump to be on top of the Flawda thread.

Threads that dissolve into accusations of schilling and tripfighting will be locked. Don't do it in the flawda thread either or you'll be banned.

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  DMX was a hardcore rapper who lived a hard life — and ultimately died from it.

But for true fans, that’s not what he’ll be remembered for.

From his struggles with substance abuse — with an overdose triggering a heart attack that led to his death at 50 on Friday at White Plains Hospital — to his run-ins with the law, he had fallen from the heights that had once made him one of hip-hop’s biggest stars.

However the New York native — born Earl Simmons in Mount Vernon and raised in Yonkers — was as talented as he was troubled. He made his name battling in street circles and had an infamous battle with Jay-Z back in 1993 before the two were famous. He went on to be one of the most successful commercial rappers of all time — for a good reason.

“DMX delivered heartfelt, honest music, the vibration that filled the void after the loss of Tupac [Shakur],” Paradise Gray, chief curator at the Universal Hip Hop Museum (UHHM), told The Post.

And seeing him onstage was a certain kind of magic, added Shawn “Cutman LG” Thomas, head of music programming for the UHHM.

“There is nobody like DMX,” Thomas told The Post. His “energy was just amazing, and it was different from what everybody else was doing. People thought about hip-hop as being negative, but he brought fun to hip-hop.”

Here are eight ways in which DMX changed the rap game. https://nypost.com/2021/04/09/dmx-dead-how-the-ruff-ryder-rapper-made-hip-hop-history/
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>> No. 119517 ID: 361788
X will not give it to ya
The pop-pop has stopped, despite the stainless steel
>> No. 119518 ID: a04de9
People once thought that more Americans would become Libertarians when the US became a police state, but now the opposite has happened.

Instead of embracing freedom, Americans love tyranny more.

Since the government has destroyed the economy, Americans accept welfare and think that the state is their protector.

Once tyranny and brainwashing wins, people love their chains and will never love freedom again.

You can be sure that some tears were real when Stalin died.

(Oh, someone wrote a new script for the bot)
(The stuff from 2016 was pretty stale, gookbot.)

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119499 No. 119499 ID: 7789cd hide watch quickreply [Reply]
That took long...
It seems that they are openly gloating about election manipulation now:





Such hubris.
>> No. 119500 ID: 365d81
The boxcars won't even be needed because Americans are so enslaved now that Americans will drive themselves to the concentration camps.

(Damn, I had hoped you'd fucked off.)
(Please do the needful and fuck off.)
>> No. 119507 ID: f88a6c
It's never enough for the Jew to rob you. He has to boast about it and gloat about it, tell you about it and laugh at you.
>> No. 119508 ID: 9e8bf2
The elites want to make everything illegal so they can fill their private prisons and kill off the 99%, but life would be much better if everything was legal and people could travel, make money, go to church, go to school, and start businesses.

>> No. 119510 ID: 9dc901
Yeah, okay. Always blame the other side for your failures. It's just like 4 years ago, except the crying is now on the other end.

All he had to do was build the wall.

That's it.
>> No. 119514 ID: f43328
Americans scream a collapsing economy is great because home prices will fall, but what if you want to sell your house?


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Have a nice time getting banned, my dude,” Army recruiter and gamer Joshua “Strotnium” David told me right before he booted me from the US Army’s Twitch channel. I had just reminded viewers of the United States’ history of atrocities around the globe, and helpfully provided a link to the Wikipedia page for US war crimes.

Was I undiplomatic? Sure. But if the military is going to use one of the world’s most popular platforms to recruit kids, then it shouldn’t be able to do so without some pushback. Right now, with the support of Twitch, gamers with the US military are spending hours with children as young as 13, trying to convince them to enlist.

The Army, Navy, and Air Force all stream on Twitch using dedicated e-sports teams. These teams are comprised of skilled gamers who compete in tournaments for cash prizes. While members of military e-sports teams offer the regular gaming skill set, they’re also on-screen talent and recruiters. Instead of approaching a recruiter behind a table in a school cafeteria, kids can hang out with one who is playing their favorite video games and replying to their chat messages for hours on end.
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Uhhh, ohhhkay...?
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There are over 325,000 current active-duty Navy servicemen and women. The inaugural Navy e-sports team commissioned earlier this year consists of 10 people. To qualify for the e-sports team, you must be at least an E-4, petty officer third class, a rank that takes on average two to three years to reach. One cannot join the Navy and immediately be on the e-sports team, but the Navy’s Twitch channel features a bio that reads, “Other people will tell you not to stay up all night staring at a screen. We’ll pay you to do it. Get a look at what life is like inside the uniform on the America’s [sic] Navy.”

Lara Bollinger, a public affairs officer with the Navy Recruiting Command, said in an e-mail that the bio is “a nod to the fact that when standing watch in various capacities on a ship (on the bridge, in the combat information center, etc.) a Sailor will be looking at various screens, (radar, sonar, navigation, etc…).”
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Twitch does not consider military e-sports streams mature programming, so it does not require people to enter their age before viewing. One need only click a button acknowledging that the stream is intended for older viewers. With screen time spiking because of the pandemic, this presents a troubling dynamic.

“You can say what you want about people who serve in the military and what that says about them. I’m not saying they shouldn’t be able to play video games or e-sports, but I do think it’s more insidious to have the military using it as a recruiting tool for young, impressionable people,” Rod Breslau, an e-sports industry consultant and insider, said.
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>> No. 119509 ID: 9e8bf2
Those in the US are just slaves today.

The elites make a decree and everyone must obey it.

The globalists force us to pay taxes, wear clothes, be unarmed, use seatbelts, be nonsmokers, be silent, wear masks, buy insurance, submit our DNA and fingerprints, get vaccines, and pay high prices.


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119462 No. 119462 ID: 743737 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]

I look forward to clearing fertilizer bombs on American freeways in about three months...
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>> No. 119479 ID: 58e960
Americans scream banning straws is just fine because no one wants to use straws.

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>> No. 119487 ID: 7448cc
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>"Muh Russia!"
>"People are supposing..."
>"an (((anonymous source))) said..."
>"this unconfimerd document claims..."
>blaming one man for the states' responses to a virus, and for people refusing to wear masks which was mainly due to American hyperindividualism (such hyperindividualism is not necessarily a bad thing, but it did contribute to the spread of the WuFlu)

And this has been the entire history of Trump's presidency: 4 years of nonstop slander and blaming by the press, while the dems investigated conspiracy theories. These things combined with illegal last-minute changes to voting procedures in several states due to muh-covid, and silencing of right-leaning views by "big tech" cost him the presidency in 2020. Not to mention the very real possibility of vote manipulation, as evidenced by multiple mathematical improbabilities seen during the election.

And then McConnel's refusal to support $2000 gibsmedat checks to normies at the last minute cost the GOP the senate.

Trump was ineffective, speaks like a child, and does not know when NOT to speak. But he was good, because he was the enemy of my enemy.

But back to the topic of this discussion: I am NOT advocating for any such action. But it is correct; historically, violence works. And theoretically if a movement has enough control over the press or a large enough propaganda wing, they only need about 15% of the population on their side to gain full control. This is why the current situation is so dangerous; the left is in this position, but certain additional factors exist that keep them in check.

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>> No. 119488 ID: 0af7d3
Living in a police state can make you sympathetic. Why shouldn't black people be able to buy guns, billionaires be allowed to cheat on their taxes, and Christians be able to feed the homeless?

If the government is arresting others, why wouldn't the government jail you?

The government doesn't obey the law, why should Americans?

(Botson: bot)
>> No. 119501 ID: 8652eb
All Revealed and Exposed


>> No. 119503 ID: 708022
Buying a farm to escape the US collapse will only work in the short-term.

What will you do the elites nationalize property and send you to the concentration camps?

(go away)

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A full third of the senior Interior Department (DOI) career officials reassigned under Secretary Ryan Zinke in a major agency reshuffling are Native American, even though Native Americans make up less than 10 percent of the Department’s workforce, a review by TPM has found.

The finding comes days after Democratic lawmakers demanded an investigation into whether Zinke discriminated when he reassigned 33 career officials last summer, and follows on reports that Zinke has repeatedly told DOI officials he doesn’t care about diversity — which prompted one member of Congress to accuse Zinke of working to create a “lily-white department.”
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>> No. 119442 ID: 71293f
>we wanna have reservations with our own rules, fuck the federal government
but also
>we wanna be tax fattened bureaucrats, gibes me dat federal government affirmative action paycheck and benefits muffugguh
>> No. 119443 ID: 9eceec
As the US collapses and the elites get more desperate, don't be surprised if the globalists say that the Russians are coming or there is an Ebola outbreak to get Americans to go to the concentration camps.

The ruling powers might even use Hollywood special effects to stage the return of Jesus or fake an UFO event to distract Americans.

(haha red text go brrrrrrrrr)
(range ban)
>> No. 119450 ID: a4ba10
>The federal department that houses the BIA and works throughout the rurals hires lots of injuns.
>> No. 119453 ID: 1e4837
Americans scream tyranny makes you safer, but actually the police state actually increases danger.

Now instead of worrying about criminals, you also need to be avoid the Gestapo and terrorist bombings that are a response to tyranny.

Americans do not seem to understand that tyranny leads to having a dictator because everyone who is a danger is killed off.

(why hello there)
(am i gonna have to ban this range too? oh btw, ebola? i think your preprogrammed script is a few years out of lmfao)

(ah well what's a little more red text amirite?)

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>The magazine in Harlin’s firearm would not remain in the gun, requiring her to physically hold the magazine in the firearm in order for it to automatically chamber the second round and fire it.
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>> No. 119493 ID: 643059
Americans think that they live in a free country.

(Botbot: bot)
>> No. 119494 ID: 294515
I'll pass the word along to the big weenie.
>> No. 119495 ID: 51402a
The elites have turned everyone into criminals, liars, hypocrites, and cowards.

The only good thing about living in a police state is that no one can take the moral high ground on anything.

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>> No. 119497 ID: 8d3096
Our overlords don't even have a good reason for the nanny police state anymore. Toothpicks must be outlawed to protect the environment. Rope must be banned for safety. Baseball hats must be outlawed because they are ugly. Insurance must be mandatory to protect the insurance industry. Flagpoles must be banned to protect property values.

Why not just put Americans in prison when they're born?

(fuck off)

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You know, I couldn't even tell you who the libertarian candidate is this year, but I know that I will be voting for them. I have so little election year enthusiasm. If you put me in a room with Don and Joe and gave me a gun with one cartridge, I'd shoot myself. How are y'all holding up?


The Tulsa Fire Marshall says there were just shy of 6,200 supporters in attendance at Pres. Trump's rally in Tulsa Saturday night. The number doesn’t include staff, or suite holders.
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>> No. 119388 ID: d80553
24 hour news media junkies looking for an angry fix:


It's a talk called Make America Think Again. Calm yo asses down, remember to breathe, perhaps give a listen.
>> No. 119389 ID: 0f9ba3
Pshh! Fuck that. We're electing the dead!
>> No. 119391 ID: bb763f
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>mfw Trump's increasingly manic twitter feed.
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>> No. 119485 ID: 054d24
You know that the US is bad now when you think about freedom and start crying.

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>> No. 119461 ID: 199a9a
Americans scream that the purpose of business licenses is to keep you safe, but what if the real reasons for business licenses are to raise money for the government and to deny business people a way to earn a living if they have an arrest record or refuse to get vaccines and microchip implants?

(Go away, stupid bot.)
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