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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. 117706 ID: c3b8cf
Father of triplets killed at outdoor gun range just 15 minutes from my house. I've shot there a few times. Tragic.

>According to the Harris County Sheriff's Office, it all started when an employee was working on a hunting rifle. It went off in what they're calling an accidental discharge.

>"The bullet went through the wall of the small range house and struck a patron who was walking through the parking lot," explained Senior Deputy Thomas Gilliland.

>> No. 117723 ID: 6ca38e
>Wtf ATM, I didn't want this much money. I'm gonna do $5,000 worth of damage to your ass for that one!


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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:

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>> 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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117821 No. 117821 ID: e45562 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
but but but but but clandestinefunction has assured us that russia isn't a terrorist state!


>But what really makes Kanyon nightmare fuel is the drone torpedo's payload: a 100-megaton thermonuclear weapon. By way of comparison, the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima was 16 kilotons, or the equivalent of 16,000 tons of TNT. Kanyon’s nuke would be the equivalent of 100,000,000 tons of TNT. That’s twice as powerful as Tsar Bomba, the most powerful thermonuclear weapon ever tested. Dropped on New York City, a 100-megaton bomb would kill 8 million people outright and injure 6 million more.

>Kanyon is designed to attack coastal areas, destroying cities, naval bases, and ports. The mega-bomb would also generate an artificial tsunami that would surge inland, spreading radioactive contamination with the advancing water. To make matters worse there are reports the warhead is “salted” with the radioactive isotope Cobalt-60. Contaminated areas would be off-limits to humanity for up to 100 years.

>Kanyon is designed to get around American ballistic missile defenses, primarily the Ground-Based Interceptor missiles based in Alaska and California. Although GBI is meant to counter small numbers of intercontinental ballistic missiles from rogue countries such as Iran and North Korea, Russia wants to make it abundantly clear that it could still penetrate U.S. defenses even if they were scaled up to deal with larger, more powerful nuclear arsenals.

>Kanyon’s range and payload makes it much larger than existing torpedoes. According to submarine expert H.I. Sutton, Kanyon is 5.5 feet wide and 79 feet long, making it twice as large as a Bulava submarine launched ballistic missile. Sutton also believes the torpedo is nuclear powered.

>The Russian Navy is testing Kanyon from a Sarov-class Russian Navy submarine. The unique, one-of-a-kind Sarov does not have any torpedo tubes of her own, but instead carries the nuclear-armed AUV externally attached to the pressure hull.
>> No. 117825 ID: 278cbe
>anybody who attacks US is a terrorist
>anybody who can attack US at least in theory is a terrorist too
>but while US is capable of attacking everyone and actually attacks at every opportunity, is not terrorist


>Poland’s right-wing government faced pressure on Monday to act forcefully against far-right extremists following an expose of Polish neo-Nazis who celebrated Adolf Hitler, burning a swastika and dressing in Nazi German uniforms.

>The weekend TVN24 report has provoked widespread revulsion in Poland, which was occupied by Germany during World War II and subjected to widespread destruction and mass killings. Poles and other Slavs were considered subhuman in Hitler’s ideology, and scenes of young Poles praising the man who unleashed such atrocities on the country are hard for many in Poland to fathom.

Meanwhile US and it's closest allies continue to glorify themselves with the habit of hosting Islamic radicals, terrorists, Nazis and other homicidal fanatics.
>> No. 117827 ID: cce514
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>build terror weapons
>get mad when called out

"h-how dare you call Nazi Germany a terrorist state!"

>attempts to shift topic with random, unrelated news article

Hey mods can you all please start banning for this? It's really getting to be a problem.

>Islamic radicals, terrorists, Nazis and other homicidal fanatics.

Or as the Russian government calls them, "Moderate pro-Russian race realists preserving their cultural and religious heritage."
>> No. 117832 ID: 2001f3
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Holy fuck that article is retarded. For one thing, Status-6/KANYON hasn't even been proven to exist yet, all this speculation is basically drawn from a single document "accidentally" aired on Russian TV.

>100Mt warhead
Absolutely no fucking way does it have a 100Mt warhead in a package that size, or at all since, you know, a 100Mt bomb is utterly ridiculous and only one was ever built (and never tested at full yield).

>radioactive tsunami
Explosions, nuclear or not, don't generate enough displacement to produce a tsunami, and a 100Mt device is about an order of magnitude smaller than the theoretical yield needed to generate a tsunami anyways.

>cobalt-salted warhead
People have been writing about these since 1950, and to date not a single one has ever been made. Limited evidence from other tests tends to show that the basic concept is unfeasible anyways.

And to top all that off, these things would be inferior in every way to extant SLBMs for a variety of reasons, not the least of which being that whoever wrote this piece of shit thinks ANYBODY would be deranged enough to pre-position a fucking 100Mt nuke in international waters, unmanned and unguarded. Even the Project Pluto SLAM made more sense than KANYON.
>> No. 117833 ID: 025354
  The Halifax Explosion was a maritime disaster in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, which happened on the morning of 6 December 1917. The Norwegian vessel SS Imo collided with SS Mont-Blanc, a French cargo ship laden with high explosives, in the Narrows, a strait connecting the upper Halifax Harbour to Bedford Basin. A fire on board the French ship ignited her cargo, causing a large explosion that devastated the Richmond district of Halifax. Approximately 2,000 people were killed by the blast, debris, fires or collapsed buildings, and an estimated 9,000 others were injured.[1] The blast was the largest man-made explosion before the development of nuclear weapons,[2] releasing the equivalent energy of roughly 2.9 kilotons of TNT (12,000 GJ).[3]

Mont-Blanc was under orders from the French government to carry her cargo of high explosives from New York City via Halifax to Bordeaux, France. At roughly 8:45 am, she collided at low speed, approximately one knot (1.2 mph or 1.9 km/h), with the unladen Imo, chartered by the Commission for Relief in Belgium to pick up a cargo of relief supplies in New York. The resulting fire on board the French ship quickly grew out of control. Approximately 20 minutes later at 9:04:35 am, the Mont-Blanc exploded.

Nearly all structures within an 800-metre (half-mile) radius, including the community of Richmond, were obliterated.[4] A pressure wave snapped trees, bent iron rails, demolished buildings, grounded vessels (including Imo, which was washed ashore by the ensuing tsunami), and scattered fragments of Mont-Blanc for kilometres. Hardly a window in the city proper survived the blast. Across the harbour, in Dartmouth, there was also widespread damage.[1] A tsunami created by the blast wiped out the community of the Mi'kmaq First Nation who had lived in the Tufts Cove area for generations.

Relief efforts began almost immediately, and hospitals quickly became full. Rescue trains began arriving the day of the explosion from across Nova Scotia and New Brunswick while other trains from central Canada and the northeastern United States were impeded by blizzards. Construction of temporary shelters to house the many people left homeless began soon after the disaster. The initial judicial inquiry found Mont-Blanc to have been responsible for the disaster, but a later appeal determined that both vessels were to blame. There are several memorials to the victims of the explosion in the North End.

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117831 No. 117831 ID: cf7b37 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Quality thread on /pol/ assuming you aren't an idiot.


Personally, I don't believe that having kids is anything other than greed. But I don't forget that kids don't choose to be born, and thus I empathize and choose to stand with them against greedy cunts.

inb4 opchan is dead and shillstorm.

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117812 No. 117812 ID: a083c4 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Are we going to talk about this?

President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) remained in regular contact Saturday afternoon about a possible solution to the government shutdown that began at midnight, the first time a furlough of federal employees has occurred under single party control of Congress and the White House.

The two leaders have been talking by phone throughout the day and are prepared to meet in person, if necessary, according to a senior Senate aide, Earlier, two sources familiar with the plan said Trump and McConnell would meet in person, but instead they have kept their game planning to phone discussions, which is McConnell’s own preferred method of negotiations.

So far, Trump, McConnell and House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) have struck a defiant tone, refusing to consider any of the Democratic demands on immigration or other issues until there is a bipartisan agreement to reopen the federal government.

Meanwhile, more than a dozen moderate lawmakers met Saturday afternoon in the office of Sen. Susan Collins (R-Me.) to try to advance a solution, according to Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.). Collins led a similar bipartisan group in 2013 that worked to resolve that year’s 16-day shutdown.

Moderates are “trying to find a pathway forward,” Manchin said.

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>> No. 117819 ID: 75717a
>good people on both sides!
>> No. 117820 ID: a083c4

the opposite. a "shutdown" is a shit bargaining chip. It was when Cruz used it, it still is now that Schumer thinks its cool.
>> No. 117823 ID: b430d1
the country has single party government, here is what that single party is providing
>can't keep the doors open
>doing it's best to prevent investigation into electoral irregularities while trying to discredit the electoral system at the same time
>excuses by the bucketload
>mega increase in national debt hidden amongst all the worse bad news (just like the bush years, cause a super big show scandal so nobody is paying attention when you pull off the real scam quietly)

one party with control of both houses of congress, the white house and the supreme court as well as the majority of statehouses and governor's mansion and who government is staffed by ex-military types.
and when something goes wrong with government someone else is to blame.
what a group of real men, right? lol
when the stock market does well they take all the credit.
the private sector doesn't have it's own spokesperson, it doesn't seem to need a propaganda minister or anything like that
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>> No. 117830 ID: 41441c
The democrats apparently have as much spine as John McCain's statements about being "deeply concerned" about things have weight.

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117816 No. 117816 ID: f3b701 hide watch quickreply [Reply]

Looks like Clio may have finally snapped...
>> No. 117824 ID: bb19d0
How stupid do you have to be to not figure out bombs?
>> No. 117828 ID: f0d936
Well first you need to start claiming you're the leader of gamergate and are a expert on explosives because you bought a US Army EOD manual for $6.

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117474 No. 117474 ID: 82db8b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
2001: get antivirus software before going online!
2017: we regret to inform you that the russians have turned the anti-virus software into a virus
>The Israeli officials who had hacked into Kaspersky’s own network alerted the United States to the broad Russian intrusion, which has not been previously reported, leading to a decision just last month to order Kaspersky software removed from government computers.

>The Russian operation, described by multiple people who have been briefed on the matter, is known to have stolen classified documents from a National Security Agency employee who had improperly stored them on his home computer, on which Kaspersky’s antivirus software was installed. What additional American secrets the Russian hackers may have gleaned from multiple agencies, by turning the Kaspersky software into a sort of Google search for sensitive information, is not yet publicly known.


>It is not clear whether, or to what degree, Eugene V. Kaspersky, the founder of Kaspersky Lab, and other company employees have been complicit in the hacking using their products. Technical experts say that at least in theory, Russian intelligence hackers could have exploited Kaspersky’s worldwide deployment of software and sensors without the company’s cooperation or knowledge. Another possibility is that Russian intelligence officers might have infiltrated the company without the knowledge of its executives.

>But experts on Russia say that under President Vladimir V. Putin, a former K.G.B. officer, businesses asked for assistance by Russian spy agencies may feel they have no choice but to give it. To refuse might well invite hostile action from the government against the business or its leaders. Mr. Kaspersky, who attended an intelligence institute and served in Russia’s Ministry of Defense, would have few illusions about the cost of refusing a Kremlin request.

>Steven L. Hall, a former chief of Russian operations at the C.I.A., said his former agency never used Kaspersky software, but other federal agencies did. By 2013, he said, Kaspersky officials were “trying to do damage control and convince the U.S. government that it was just another security company.”

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>> No. 117480 ID: 241b9d

The Israelis have a long history of doing the same shit with vendors like Checkpoint etc.
I'm sure the Americans do similar things though Microsoft etc. And the Americans have been caught multiple times intercepting hardware (like cisco & juniper) at the border to implant their own firmware on them to allow them to listen in more easily.

So yeah. Take this as you will. It's good that this becomes common knowledge, but it's hardly anything new under the sun.
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>Jimmy Kimmel slams Trump, 'jackhole' FCC head for net neutrality repeal

>Trump Jr. Mocked for Blaming Net Neutrality Repeal on 'Obama's FCC' Chair

>Gutting Net Neutrality Is the Trump Administration’s Most Brutal Blow to Democracy Yet


>An FCC commissioner tells Jordan Klepper that The Opposition to net neutrality has fake names, Russian accents


>The FCC’s chief spokesman, Brian Hart, apologized, adding that reporters’ names are being commonly identified in the public docket as commenters and “the same is being done to FCC staff.”

>Hart said he himself is listed as commenting “over a hundred times.”
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>> No. 117709 ID: f9ff99
>tyrone is still this mad he got caught
>> No. 117822 ID: e45562

>In August 2016, the Shadow Brokers began leaking classified NSA exploit code that amounted to hacking manuals. In October 2017, U.S. officials told major U.S. newspapers that Russian intelligence leveraged software sold by Kaspersky to exfiltrate classified documents from certain computers. (Kaspersky software, like all antivirus software, requires access to everything stored on a computer so that it can scan for malicious software.)

>And last week the Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. investigators “now believe that those manuals [leaked by Shadow Brokers] may have been obtained using Kaspersky to scan computers on which they were stored.”

>Members of the computer security industry agree with that suspicion.

>“I think there’s a very high level of confidence that the Shadow Brokers dump was directly related to Kaspersky … and it’s very much attributable,” David Kennedy, CEO of TrustedSec, told Yahoo Finance. “Unfortunately, we can only hear that from the intelligence side about how they got that information to see if it’s legitimate.”
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>began leaking classified NSA exploit code that amounted to hacking manuals
NSA is gettin mad because somebody fixed their own, personal brand exploits reserved for total surveillance.

>investigators “now believe
>may have been obtained
>agree with that suspicion
>very high level of confidence
>very much attributable
yfw you are not even trying at this point

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117793 No. 117793 ID: c1b306 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>SAN FRANCISCO -- There's another effort underway to divide California.

>It's called the "New California" campaign, and its founders want to create a 51st state by separating the rural areas from the coastal cities and Sacramento.

>They say California is a failed state and that we've become governed by a tyranny.

>On Monday, the founders read their own Declaration of Independence.

>They say they'll work with the state legislature, who would have to vote to split up the state before a resolution can be submitted to Congress.

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>> No. 117801 ID: bcc440
How likely is this to happen? I feel like it's literally a 0% chance in hell. But who knows with the state of how crazy shit is now days.
>> No. 117802 ID: 41441c
Really unlikely, they'd loose all their farm subsidies they get for growing monsoon crops in the desert. And all the money for maintaining the levee system in the valley. And they'd still have a blue majority inside the areas they want.

It's just the usual whining from the redhat morons who think Obama is still president, and like >>117794 said it's probably some kind of Russian disinfo op.
>> No. 117807 ID: 9dcda2
I wish a motherfucker would.
>> No. 117808 ID: dd409f
contiguous west coast narcostate reaching from barrow all the way to tierra del fuego
>> No. 117811 ID: 738b31
>failed state
>separate from strongest economy in country
>ask for more fed money when state income drops to nothing

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>Although Donald Trump is alleged to have paid porn star Stormy Daniels $130,000 in 2016 to keep quiet about a reported affair that took place 10 years previously, In Touch Weekly has published an interview with Daniels from 2011, before the signing of any NDA, in which she spills intimate details of meeting the then-Apprentice host at a celebrity golf event in Lake Tahoe.

>A frequent theme throughout the interview concerns Trump being taken aback by how smart and business savvy Daniels was, with Trump going so far as to tell Daniels that he wanted to put her on The Apprentice. One of Daniels’s quotes on the subject which In Touch published in the print edition of the story but not online, is particularly striking.

>“We had really good banter,” Daniels told In Touch. “He told me once that I was someone to be reckoned with, beautiful, smart, just like his daughter”

>Trump, one figures, was talking about Ivanka Trump, who was 24 at the time. (His other daughter, Tiffany, would have been 11.) Our now president reportedly comparing a woman he was allegedly sleeping with to Ivanka is just another creepy addition to his long history of going out of his way to sexualize his daughter. Infamously, during a 2006 appearance on The View, Trump complimented his daughter’s body and told the panel, “If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.” Stormy Daniels and Trump may have only had a fling, but he paid her just about the highest compliment he knows.
>> No. 117800 ID: bcc440
Either way I'm sure she got a lot more people fapping to her than before. lol

She made bank from just the publicity on the issue.
>> No. 117804 ID: 41441c
>This email was sent to Andrea Dubé, a Democratic political consultant based in New Orleans. In response, Dubé expressed surprise that Daniels was friendly with Trump. “Donald Trump?” she wrote. “In her cell phone?”

>“Yep,” the other consultant replied. “She says one time he made her sit with him for three hours watching ‘shark week.’ Another time he had her spank him with a Forbes magazine.”

>Dubé and the other consultant confirmed to Mother Jones they exchanged these emails.

Trump's lawyer also forgot to remove his name from the shell company set up to pay her:

>“[The sex] was textbook generic,” Daniels said. “I actually don’t even know why I did it, but I do remember while we were having sex, I was like, ‘Please, don’t try to pay me.’ ”

>Daniels also told the publication that, after the encounter, Trump kept saying: “ ‘I’m gonna call you, I’m gonna call you. I have to see you again. You’re amazing. We have to get you on 'The Apprentice.’ ”
>> No. 117809 ID: 41441c
Trump thinks he gets "power" from his hair, hates sharks.

>I went in and I was all dressed up because I had just assumed that we were going to go to dinner, but he meant to have dinner in his room. Like he wasn’t dressed to go out at all, just lounging. I remember taking a jab at him. I remember saying, because he was all sprawled out on the couch, watching television or something. He was wearing pajama pants. And I was like, “Ha, does Mr. Hefner know that you stole his outfit?” I was actually really mean to him. He got all huffy and tried to play it off and was like, “Oh, I just thought we would relax here.”

>He kept showing me he was on the cover of a magazine that had just come out and it was some sort of money magazine, I wish I could remember which one it was. But he had it in the room and he kept showing it to me and I was like, “Dude, I know who you are.” He was trying to sell me, I guess. The first time I met him, the first couple of hours, he was very full of himself, like he was trying to impress me or something. But I do remember he just kept talking about this magazine that he was on the cover of, like, “Look at this magazine, don’t I look great on the cover?”

>He said that he thought that if he cut his hair or changed it, that he would lose his power and his wealth. And I laughed hysterically at him.

>Then the next time I saw him was the end of July and he called me and asked if I could come meet him at the Beverly Hills Hotel. And I went. My boyfriend drove me. Keith came out and met me at my truck and walked me in. He had a private bungalow out back, which is cool because I’d never been there and I haven’t been there since. They have these, like, individual cottages there. Cool. They’re pretty nice. I went there. We had dinner once again in his room. I had swordfish that time. Once again, no alcohol. The strangest thing about that night — this was the best thing ever. You could see the television from the little dining room table and he was watching Shark Week and he was watching a special about the U.S.S. something and it sank and it was like the worst shark attack in history. He is obsessed with sharks. Terrified of sharks. He was like, “I donate to all these charities and I would never donate to any charity that helps sharks. I hope all the sharks die.” He was like riveted. He was like obsessed. It’s so strange, I know.

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Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his longtime business partner Rick Gates have been charged in a 12-count indictment with conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money and making false statements.

It marked the first criminal allegations to come from Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation into possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia to influence the 2016 election.

Gates did not respond to a request for comment, nor did Jason Maloni, a spokesman for Manafort. Manafort was spotted walking into the FBI’s Washington Field Office Monday morning.
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>> No. 117796 ID: 004f1f
He's already made a deal, apparently.
>Steve Bannon has struck a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller's team and will be interviewed by prosecutors instead of testifying before the grand jury, two people familiar with the process told CNN. He is expected to cooperate with the special counsel, the sources said.

>The sources did not say when the interview will take place or if the subpoena would be withdrawn.

Bonus amusement:
>He called it “The Great Transition: The First 100 Days of the Trump Administration.” And in part due to that title, Wolff was able to exploit an inexperienced White House staff who mistakenly believed they could shape the book to the president’s liking.

>Nearly everyone who spoke with Wolff thought someone else in the White House had approved their participation. And it appears that not a single person in a position of authority to halt cooperation with the book -- including Trump himself -- raised any red flags, despite Wolff’s well documented history. His previous work included a critical book on Trump confidant Rupert Murdoch, the Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. co-chairman.
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FBI now investigating the NRA for funneling Russian money to Trump. Post your face when we get another AWB because second amendment groups lose a bunch of political clout by jumping in the Trump tar pit.

>The FBI is investigating whether a top Russian banker with ties to the Kremlin illegally funneled money to the National Rifle Association to help Donald Trump win the presidency, two sources familiar with the matter have told McClatchy.

>FBI counterintelligence investigators have focused on the activities of Alexander Torshin, the deputy governor of Russia’s central bank who is known for his close relationships with both Russian President Vladimir Putin and the NRA, the sources said.
>> No. 117805 ID: a00014
>not everyone is buying our Russian hacker narrative
>I know, we'll throw muh evil NRA into the mix

Liberalism is a mental disease
>> No. 117806 ID: bb6e8e
if you don't want more gun control then maybe you shouldn't jump in bed with a bunch of traitors and Russian neo-fascists.
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>the deputy governor of Russia’s central bank who is known for his close relationships with both Russian President Vladimir Putin and the NRA
>the sources said

>jump in bed with a bunch of traitors and Russian neo-fascists

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