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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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>> No. 118901 ID: 4afa19
https://nypost.com/2019/04/11/bat-wielding-trio-of-naked-women-spark-police-chase-in-florida/

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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>>118901


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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:

http://www.mediacollege.com/journalism/news/newsworthy.html

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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119162 No. 119162 ID: 58727a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
As of 1/28/2020 12:19 Eastern Time there are 4474 confirmed cases, 107 deaths and 5 reported cases in the US, 1 in Canada.
https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6
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>>119192
Governments Haven’t Shown Location Surveillance Would Help Contain COVID-19 | By Adam Schwartz and Andrew Crocker March 21, 2020

Governments around the world are demanding new dragnet location surveillance powers to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. But before the public allows their governments to implement such systems, governments must explain to the public how these systems would be effective in stopping the spread of COVID-19. There’s no questioning the need for far-reaching public health measures to meet this urgent challenge, but those measures must be scientifically rigorous, and based on the expertise of public health professionals.

Governments have not yet met that standard, nor even shown that extraordinary location surveillance powers would make a significant contribution to containing COVID-19. Unless they can, there’s no justification for their intrusions on privacy and free speech, or the disparate impact these intrusions would have on vulnerable groups. Indeed, governments have not even been transparent about their plans and rationales.

...

In the United States, the federal government is reportedly seeking, from mobile app companies like Facebook and Google, large volumes of location data that is de-identified (that is, after removal of information that identifies particular people)... But re-identification of de-identified data is a constant infosec threat.

...

Disturbingly, most of the public information about government’s emerging location surveillance programs comes from anonymous sources, and not official explanations. Transparency is a cornerstone of democratic governance, especially now, in the midst of a public health crisis. If the government is considering such new surveillance programs, it must publicly explain exactly what it is planning, why this would help, and what rules would apply. History shows that when government builds new surveillance programs in secret, these programs quickly lead to unjustified privacy abuses.

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Number of detected cases is comparable to the population of Modesto.
So far it has killed as many Americans as 1.67 Hurricane Marias.
>> No. 119223 ID: 58727a
3 days ago I thought it would take a week to reach 1 million confirmed cases. Happened much quicker than I thought.
>> No. 119224 ID: a4ba10
265,506 detected cases in the US, or about the population of St. Petersburg, Florida
At 6,766 deaths so far, it will likely pass the combined traffic deaths of Texas and California by day's end.
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david dees got his website taken down recently


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118004 No. 118004 ID: 40c0cd hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So called "Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act" (FOSTA, H.R. 1865) passes House, moves onto Senate. Big deal as the entire internet up until now has been built on the legal basis that site operators cannot be prosecuted for the activities of their users. EFF write up is here (passed house overwhelmingly):

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/03/stop-sestafosta-dont-let-congress-censor-internet

Related are so called "Human Trafficking Prevention Acts" introduced in 17 state legislatures and counting. It's too RIDICULOUS to believe, except you'd better believe it. Because it's happening. But Won't somebody please think of the children? The story is just too bizarre:

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/02/state-lawmakers-want-block-pornography-expense-your-free-speech-privacy-and-hard
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>>118016
What's your fucking point, Margaret?

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Update March 16:
S. 2155 passes Senate with EVERY Republiscam voting for it along with 15 Democons.

HR 1865 coming up for a vote. Kids are walking out of schools: and you can't make a two minute phone call?
>> No. 118070 ID: 8b696a
>>118050
From the same people who brought you the war on drugs, the military-intelligence-industrial complex, hypermilitarization of local police, national-scale domestic spying and PIZZAGATE!

Congress and Senate pass "Stop Sex Trafficking.Act" which harms human trafficking victims! AI, automated filtering, and just plain censorship exected as a result!


https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/1865

#payingtaxesislikedrivingyourkidstoapedophileshouse
#noneoftheabovevoting
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L OH FUCKING EL.

CRAIGSLIST TAKES PERSONALS OFFLINE IN UNDER 24 HOURS AFTER SENATE VOTES YES ON HR 1865

https://www.craigslist.org/about/FOSTA
>> No. 118096 ID: eb5fad
FOSTA is good, imprison
people who want to trade sex online.

Stay mad libertarian faggots.

>>118050
Why are you deflecting?
>> No. 118100 ID: cefd5a
>>118096
Glib doesn't mean right, faggot.


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  https://bearingarms.com/cam-e/2020/03/21/ca-gun-store-closes-doors-threats-prosecution/amp/
https://patch.com/california/livermore/amp/28650057/after-dispute-gun-shop-agrees-close-due-coronavirus
https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-03-21/a-lesson-in-essential-services-during-the-coronavirus-outbreak-groceries-yes-billiards-no?_amp=true
They're using the "shelter in place" ordinance to shut down "nonessential" businesses, and they're saying gun stores are nonessential. This effectively means that there is no legal way to acquire guns in the state now, and you can only buy ammunition at Walmart, but they'll probably find a way to stop that too.
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>>119204
No, I live in Riverside county in southern California. This is in front of the local Turner's. It seems to be statewide.
>> No. 119208 ID: d21093
>>119205
Believe me, if we could organize a statewide tax revolt that actually worked, I'd support it. But the vast majority of the population are dumbshit normies and soccer moms, and they just can't handle life without an omnipresent police state brutalizing groups of people they don't like. And that's definitely the case here- whenever I see some comment online about how we need to vote California's unjust laws away, I'm reminded of the cultural divide between the states. They have a supermajority, my vote essentially does not matter. All the dumbshit soccer moms will continue voting away my gun rights and increasing my taxes, and the supreme court isn't doing a damn thing about it.
>> No. 119209 ID: 3743c7
>>119207
So they're open just restricting sales? What convinces you that the management didn't decide to this on his own?

It must be made clear, there are absolutely people who for whatever rhymes or reasons don't give a shit about accuracy of reporting, and want to use this happening as a pretext to grab power for themselves.

T. I believe there's an option besides another fascist regime. And I understand that belief.
>> No. 119211 ID: d75e02
>>119209
If you read the articles I posted, it's clear that the state and local government are saying gun stores are "nonessential" businesses, which are being shut down. Various other kinds of businesses are also shutting down, and most of them post signs saying they'll be shut down for a while. None of the signs are typed in such a way as to say they were ordered to shut down, but that's basically what happened. They were told that if they're "nonessential," they are to close. How long these businesses will remain closed, or if some will be allowed to open in the coming weeks, is not certain. Knowing this place, I wouldn't be surprised if they specifically keep guns stores shut down longer than other businesses. And I'm quite concerned that Gavin Nuisance and Javier Basura will decide to drag this on for a year or more, specifically to keep guns from being sold.
>> No. 119218 ID: f2172d
Meanwhile in Texas, the AG says shelter in place orders can't close gun stores.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/article/ken-paxton-gun-sales-stay-at-home-orders-texas-15161765.php


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https://nypost.com/2020/03/20/executors-of-jeffrey-epsteins-estate-say-victims-lawsuit-is-time-barred/

Executors of Jeffrey Epstein’s estate want a lawsuit filed under the Child Victims Act to be tossed — in part because some of the victims were adults when the alleged abuse occurred, according to new court papers.

The galling filing from the Epstein estate concerns nine women who sued the estate in December, claiming the now-dead pedophile sexually abused them between the years of 1985 and 2007.


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118046 No. 118046 ID: 3e82bd hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
BEHOLD, THE MASTER RACE
https://www.thedailybeast.com/matthew-heimbachs-traditional-workers-party-implodes-over-love-triangle-turned-trailer-brawl
The implosion began at a TWP compound in Paoli, Indiana, where Parrott’s wife, Jessica, was allegedly having an affair with Heimbach—who is married to Parrott’s stepdaughter from a previous marriage.

Heimbach and Jessica told Parrott they’d ended the relationship, but Parrott and Heimbach’s wife were skeptical. They arranged to “set up” Heimbach and Jessica in a trailer on Parrott’s property to catch them having sex.

Parrott stood on a box outside the trailer and watched Heimbach and Jessica have sex inside, according to a police report. When the box broke under Parrott’s weight, he entered the trailer to confront them. Heimbach allegedly choked him and chased him into a house, where Parrott threw a chair at him. Heimbach hit back, choking him into unconsciousness, according to the police report.

Parrott fled to a Walmart near his home and called police around 1 a.m. Tuesday morning.

After interviewing Parrott, police went to Heimbach’s home, where they met him outside with Jessica who said she was just a neighbor and left. Heimbach went inside and sent his own wife out instead, telling her “to send the police away and tell them everything was fine,” the police report reads. Heimbach “began to raise his voice at her and I heard scuffling and [Heimbach’s wife] yelling,” an officer wrote.

Heimbach’s wife accused him of becoming violent when she refused to dismiss the police. “He kicked the wall, and then grabbed my cheeks, making them bleed, and threw me with the and on my face onto the bed,” she wrote to police. “I have a recording of this.”

Police arrested Heimbach on the spot and charged him with battery, intimidation, strangulation, and domestic battery committed in the physical presence of a child. (The Heimbachs’ two young children were present when he allegedly assaulted his wife.) The police report lists Heimbach’s occupation as “white nationalist.”
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>> No. 118049 ID: 1ea8c0
>>118047
>stupid LIBS can't understand how alpha male it is to be cuckolded and then fall off a box before being choked out by the cuckold!
>> No. 118057 ID: 9315da
>>118046

your assumption that this site is a /pol/ knockoff is grossly mistaken. it never was. enjoy your meager salary from the dem troll factory.
>> No. 118058 ID: 503a3b
>>118057
/pol/ actually has posters, nobody is confusing 1-post-a-day opchan with /pol/.
go shill somewhere else.
>> No. 119198 ID: 593dcd
>this just in- fascists are all disgusting crystal meth smoking trailer trash
I think this belongs in the Flawda thread, even if it happened in Indiana.
>> No. 119203 ID: 456938
It does but why did you reply to a two year old thread?

Saged


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119149 No. 119149 ID: c50cab hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Can't believe trump voters would betray gun owners like this!
https://www.wsj.com/articles/men-discussed-opening-fire-at-pro-gun-rally-in-richmond-officials-say-11579291691
>Three suspected white supremacists arrested in Maryland and Delaware this week had discussed opening fire from different positions at Monday’s planned pro-gun rally in Richmond, Va., in the hopes of causing chaos, law-enforcement officials said.

>Authorities also confirmed they arrested three other men in Georgia this week who are allegedly linked to the same violent, white-supremacist group, called “the Base,” as the men who were heading to Virginia. The Georgia men were arrested on Wednesday for plotting to murder a Georgia couple, the Floyd County, Ga., police department said Friday.

>The group’s activities include recruiting members online, meeting to discuss strategy and practicing at a paramilitary training camp on a 100-acre tract in Silver Creek, Ga., county police said. Silver Creek is an unincorporated part of the county northwest of Atlanta.

>The FBI said it assisted local law enforcement on the Georgia arrests. Law-enforcement agencies have been tracking the group, which aims to “accelerate the downfall of the U.S. government, incite a race war and establish a white ethno-state,” according to an affidavit associated with the Georgia arrests, and filed in a local court.
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>>119170
>The Daily Wire is a politically conservative news and opinion website featuring daily podcasts by Matt Andrew Klavan, Michael Knowles, Matt Walsh, and Editor-In-Chief Ben Shapiro.
>> No. 119172 ID: 0d01d8
>>119171
>watches video in which Bernie's staff members gloat about their plans to put white men in death camps
>responds with le ebin funny face may may from le plebbit
Git gud.

More of Bernie's paid staff members talking about "getting armed for the revolution" and their desire to "guillotine the rich." Oh, and gulags weren't so bad.

https://youtu.be/4zpCVM0delQ

Meanwhile, the Huffington Post publishes opinion pieces saying that white men should be denied the right to vote:

http://web.archive.org/web/20170413112251/http://www.huffingtonpost.co.za/shelley-garland/could-it-be-time-to-deny-white-men-the-franchise_a_22036640/

These people are Reds. They are terrorists, and they pose an existential threat to the nation. If I have to choose between them and "extreme right-wingers," I'll choose the latter every time, with a smile on my face and no regrets, then I will sleep well at night.
>> No. 119174 ID: 3cfb6a
>>119172
In a room inhabited by solely two people, you and me, I will let you misperceive every time without any regrets.
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Newsflash, OP.

Nazis and wignats hate Zion-Don.

But personally, I'll side with nazis over communists any day of the week.
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Bernie "3house" Sanders' "modest vacation cabin" on Lake Champlain.
America's most successful kosher communist real estate mogul!


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  Welcome to 1984. Watch it before Sinclair has it deleted.

https://www.seattlepi.com/seattlenews/article/KOMO-fake-news-Sinclair-promos-12792032.php
>The KOMO segments feature several different pairs of anchors sticking word-for-word to a Sinclair script they were required to read.

>"They're certainly not happy about it," a KOMO newsroom employee told SeattlePI. "It's certainly a forced thing."

>SeattlePI obtained a copy of the script, which is posted below unedited and in its entirety:
>[excrpited for length]


>The claim of balanced reporting is undermined by must-run segments like the one about the "Deep State" that ran during KOMO's 6 p.m. newscast last week. In the March 21 segment, former Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka parroted a Trump talking point regarding the existence of a "Deep State" attempting to undermine the U.S. government.

>That segment was produced by Sinclair's Kristine Frazao, who before coming to Sinclair was a reporter and anchor for the Russian-government funded news network RT, described as "the Kremlin's propaganda outlet" by the Columbia Journalism Review.
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Nah that was Shub-Niggurath that was the Quake boss, I googled it.
>> No. 118118 ID: a8abc3
>>118115
The book of Judges 12:4-6
Then Jephthah gathered together all the men of Gilead and fought against Ephraim. The men of Gilead defeated Ephraim, and Gilead seized the fords of the Jordan against Ephraim. When any of the fleeing Ephraimites said, “Let me pass,” the men of Gilead would say to him, “Are you an Ephraimite?” If he answered, “No!” they would ask him to say “Shibboleth.”[a] If he said “Sibboleth,” not pronouncing it exactly right, they would seize him and kill him at the fords of the Jordan. Forty-two thousand Ephraimites fell at that time.

Outside of the bible, one of the most famous example of a Shibboleth occurred in WWII. If a "lost" American or British soldier suddenly appeared out of the woods, he would be asked to pronounce the word squirrel. It's near impossible for native German speakers to say.

Outside of conflict and linguistic difference, a shibboleth may be a cultural touchstone or group shared experience that is used to identify insiders and outsiders. I'm sure everyone here has seen this in stolen honor videos or accounts. (What's your MOS? What's the order of precedence for medals? What's on the menu at Aziz's in Bagram that won't give you diarrhea?).
>> No. 118119 ID: 5d32e7
>>118109
Not if you get killed.
>> No. 119161 ID: 5d41f1
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?

(Hey, if any of y'all see any posts like this, report them. I'm trying to stay on top of this spammer.)
(Thanks.)
>> No. 119169 ID: 0d01d8
>>119161
>implying


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https://www.cbsnews.com/news/pensacola-shooting-saudi-service-members-to-be-expelled-investigation-florida-base-shooting-2020-01-12/

More than a dozen Saudi service members training at U.S. bases will be expelled, a U.S. official confirmed to CBS News' David Martin. The service members are being expelled after an investigation into the deadly December shooting by a Saudi national at Naval Air Station Pensacola.

The service members are not accused of having involvement in the shooting, but some are said to be linked to extremist movements and a number are accused of possessing child pornography.

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said on "Face the Nation" on Sunday that there has been an investigation by the Department of Justice and FBI into the shooting.

"I've signed out directives that address enhanced screening of all of our foreign students that address credentialing going forward, weapons policies, etc.," Esper told CBS News. "So we're doing everything we can. The investigation is being conducted by DOJ and FBI. I'm sure they will release something on that in the coming days."
>> No. 119151 ID: 354236
>>119150
>posted from my iPhone X in Novosibirsk, Russian Federation


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