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117645 No. 117645 ID: 3e9aae hide watch quickreply [Reply]
tl;dr a deer farm in Michigan was probably cutting it's feed with deer brains so now the deer have a Mad Cow style disease and it's spread to wild deer.
http://www.freep.com/story/sports/outdoors/2017/11/26/hunters-must-change-approach-help-stall-cwd-spreading-humans/894259001/
>Of the 11 free-ranging deer identified with CWD in Michigan, five were in Ingham County, four in Clinton County, and two in Montcalm County (three more deer in Montcalm are also suspected to have it). "If those three are recognized as positive, then what took us three years to get to in Ingham County, it will have taken us three weeks to get to in Montcalm," said Stewart.

>Three CWD-infected deer have been identified in agricultural deer facilities, one in 2008 in Kent County and two this year in Mecosta County. These fall into the jurisdiction of the Department of Agriculture, not the DNR, according to Michigan DNR wildlife chief Russ Mason.

>As for antler-point restrictions, Missouri Wildlife Division Chief Jason Sumners has faced a similar dilemma.

>"In 2004 we initiated APRs in 29 counties. The intent was to shift harvest, to apply more pressure to does," Sumners said. "It became the most popular regulation we had in those areas, because within three years, they were seeing larger deer. Seventy-five to 80 percent of hunters liked it. That's a good day when you can get that many hunters to agree on anything."

>Then CWD struck. "We found CWD in 2010 in captive facilities and then in free-ranging deer," Sumners said. "We knew we had to change our approach."

>APRs were rescinded in diseased counties. "Let them go and let them grow" went out the window. Sumner was concerned APR supporters would be dissatisfied. The results surprised him.

>"We compared hunter attitudes between those that have the APRs versus those that are part of CWD management zone where younger deer are targeted. Hunter satisfaction ratings of our deer management were identical."
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117628 No. 117628 ID: 02ca39 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Another Brexit success.
http://money.cnn.com/2017/11/22/news/economy/uk-france-biggest-economies-in-the-world/index.html
>Britain has officially abandoned its claim to be the world's fifth largest economy.

>Treasury chief Philip Hammond acknowledged the slide on Wednesday, noting the new ranking in a series of statements meant to highlight the economy's strength.

>"Britain is the world's sixth largest economy," Hammond said in his closely-watched budget speech.

>While there are several ways to measure the size of an economy, the U.K. Treasury pointed to GDP forecasts published by the International Monetary Fund in October to back up his statement.

>The numbers show that France will narrowly squeak ahead of Britain in the group's 2017 ranking of global economies, with its advantage predicted to widen considerably in 2018.

>This year will be the first time since 2013 that France has topped the U.K. in the ranking, according to the IMF.

>The slide reflects a sharp deceleration in Britain's economic growth since it voted to leave the European Union in June 2016. The pound has weakened dramatically, consumer spending has slowed and prices have spiked.
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>>117628
>The numbers show that France will narrowly squeak ahead of Britain in the group's 2017 ranking of global economies, with its advantage predicted to widen considerably in 2018.

And it should be noted that France is doing pretty damn bad economically.
>> No. 117631 ID: b430d1
>breaking news! europe still on the decline
its been going that way for over 150 years
>> No. 117643 ID: 3e9aae
The British government is about to let porn companies build a massive database of who watches what.
https://www.vice.com/amp/en_uk/article/9kqp43/uk-porn-is-about-to-change-in-a-way-youre-not-going-to-like


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117633 No. 117633 ID: 1aaf2a hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/inq-phillydeals/gunmaker-remington-faces-default-as-americans-buy-fewer-firearms-20171117.html

Remington Outdoor, the second-largest U.S. gunmaker has suffered a “rapid” and “sharp” deterioration in sales and a similar drop in profits since January, and faces “continued softness in consumer demand for firearms,” credit analysts at Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings said in a report Friday.

S&P as a result has cut the company’s corporate credit rating — already at a junk-bond-level CCC+ — two full notches, to CCC-, a move likely to make the company’s high-yield debt less attractive to investors and lenders, and force Remington to pay more in interest. The company could face a change in control, bankruptcy, or default on its debt by next year.

A backlog of unsold, unwanted firearms will force Remington to operate at a loss and “pressure the company’s sales and profitability at least through early 2018, resulting in insufficient cash flow for debt service and fixed charges,” unless Remington gives up cash to pay for ongoing operations, S&P adds.

S&P expects “a heightened risk of a restructuring” of Remington’s $575 million senior secured loan and asset-based lending facility, which it is supposed to pay back in 2019.

If Remington defaults on its payments, based on the company’s current value, S&P expects first-lien creditors may receive around 35 cents back from every dollar they have lent or invested. Lower-rated creditors would get back less, or nothing.

Default is not yet “a virtual certainty,” the report added.


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>> No. 117635 ID: f5c3ed
If they just made better quality firearms they probably wouldn't have this issue. But you can't fix stupid.

>inb4 some anti-gun group claims this is a result of people voting with their wallets for the entire firearm industry and not just Remington
>> No. 117639 ID: 2d802d
>>117633
Well not really surprised here. They haven't done anything worthwhile in a long time and the few gimmicks they tried were abysmal.
>> No. 117640 ID: bd9939
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I had a good chuckle when their rep unironically declared the 783 the future of remington to us.
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Gun companies knew the market would crash eventually. They had 8 plus years of the gravy train making them higher and higher profits, they could not build weapons and ammo fast enough.

Now in glorious Emperor Trump's America panic buying has went down considerably. Some people are sometimes sitting on piles of weapons they bought during the panic that they may not be able to sell for the wild profits. Even the bumps when Kim Jong Un starting really doing his shit hard and the Vegas shooting were probably nowhere near enough to make up for lost profits. I bet they are kicking themselves for not supporting Hillary under the table, the sheer amounts of profits they'd be making would be ridiculous.

Any guns people are going to be buying now are not going to be some shitty crap that Remington puts out, like that Phaser looking pistol that had to be recalled, but higher quality shit considering they are actually planning on using it rather then reselling it to suckers on gun broker.

Innovate or die. Or get a Democrat president elected.


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116430 No. 116430 ID: 31b88a hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
About two months before Stephen McDaniel killed and dismembered his neighbor, he typed the Google search phrase “nude ‘lauren giddings’”.

McDaniel’s Internet history, which The Telegraph obtained, shows that he visited the feed from Giddings’ Twitter account about a minute after searching for nude photos of her April 28, 2011.

That same morning, he also conducted three back-to-back searches with variations of the phrase “molest sleeping girl.”

McDaniel’s Internet browsing history from April through June 30, 2011, the day Giddings’ dismembered torso was found, points to an obsession with his neighbor.

He also spent several hours visiting pornography and dating sites, viewing advertisements for escorts on macon.backpage.com, reading erotic fiction and searching for nude photos of celebrities.

He read local and national news, watched movies and wrote posts on the Operator Chan website using the screen name “SoL.”

McDaniel, 28, also viewed web pages about guns and sex toys.

On June 30, 2011, about four hours before Giddings’ torso was discovered, McDaniel researched how to erase his browsing history.
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>> No. 116436 ID: ab8f24
Who the fuck even cares anymore? Is it the low effort HURP DURP YOU GUYZ DEFENDED him troll again? Find some new material bud, what you've got is old and boring.
>> No. 116437 ID: 9dc901
This is the news section. This isn't news.
>> No. 116440 ID: ebb4ba
>>116436
be less obvious, ST
we still remember you defending a murderer after he confessed and accusing the PD of planting cp in his home
>> No. 116519 ID: 4308b7
This Iordan Bossev is the SoL of a different chan. CP isn't all he did
http://www.wafb.com/story/34309816/three-men-indicted-on-child-pornography-charges

If that isn't enough amusement for you then look up Tzif from uboachan. These folks are equally amusing heroes of SoL's caliber. The "i kill my gf on /b/" guy is going to trial in Seattle soon too & chris will be taking some days off from his current job sucking jewish cocks at google to testify.
>> No. 117629 ID: 641392
bump


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117598 No. 117598 ID: 3e9aae hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
tl;dr Mugabe fired a guy to give power to his wife, military has pushed back.

http://www.enca.com/africa/mugabes-house-zbc-reportedly-sealed-off-by-army
>Both Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s famous ‘blue house’ and the Zimbabwean Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has been sealed off by heavily armed military personnel, Khuluma Afrika is reporting.

>Tanks were spotted heading to the capital Harare just a day after army chief Constantino Chiwenga, in an unprecedented move, openly threatened to ‘step in’ to end a purge of supporters of ousted vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-zimbabwe-politics/soldiers-on-harare-streets-as-ruling-party-accuses-zimbabwe-army-chief-of-treason-idUSKBN1DE1NG

>Just 24 hours after military chief General Constantino Chiwenga threatened to intervene to end a purge in the ruling party, a Reuters reporter saw six armored personnel carriers on major thoroughfares on the outskirts of the capital.

>Aggressive soldiers directing traffic told passing cars to keep moving through the darkness.

>“Don’t try anything funny. Just go,” one soldier said on Harare Drive.

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>> No. 117615 ID: 3e9aae
>>117613
>mugabe came to power with russian aid by promising to make zimbabwe great again by fucking over minorities
>trump came to power with russian aid by promising to make america great again by fucking over minorities
>racists think these are TOTALLY DIFFERENT


but you're right, Robert Mugabe didn't lie about bone spurs to avoid fighting, and he's probably just senile because he's old instead of having early onset Alzheimers
>> No. 117616 ID: 278cbe
>>117615
>fucking over minorities
In America, it is pretty much everyone.
In Zimbabwe it is about 4000 of major land owners (0.3%) we are talking about. That is a big difference.

https://www.scpr.org/news/2017/10/24/76947/most-americans-think-their-own-group-faces-discrim/
>> No. 117617 ID: f3b701
>>117615
>trump came to power with russian aid
lel
>by fucking over minorities
yes yes, extermination camps and all that jazz included right? pointless to argue with folks who believe that deportations of illegals are somehow "fucking over minorities" on the scale of Mugabe's cutting down of europeans with literal machetes. you have to count foreigners in the middle east or mexico as americans if you want to claim that "minorities are being fucked over". which you probably do, insanely. where exactly does Trump fuck over legal minorities in the US again pray tell? what holocaust do the blacks, the latinos, the azns or the natives face again?
>racists think these are TOTALLY DIFFERENT
did you just assume my politics? I'm a speciesist! If at any point of your life you want to educate yourself for a change, go check out the link below.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4870212/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4870212/pdf/ECE3-6-3280.pdf
>> No. 117620 ID: e188a9
>>117616
>racism is okay if it's only a few people

this is what Russians ACTUALLY believe!
>> No. 117627 ID: 3e9aae
Mugabe resigned right as they started the process to impeach him, ZANU-PF says that former vice president Mnangagwa will be the next president. Probably just more of the same but less incredibly incompetent.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-42077233
>Zimbabwe's incoming leader Emmerson Mnangagwa has hailed a "new and unfolding democracy" after returning from exile to replace Robert Mugabe.

>He also vowed to create jobs in a country where some estimates say 90% of people are unemployed.

>"We want to grow our economy, we want peace, we want jobs, jobs, jobs," he told a cheering crowd in Harare.

>Mr Mnangagwa, who fled to South Africa two weeks ago, is to be made the new president on Friday, state TV said.

>His dismissal led the ruling party and the military to intervene and force an end to Mr Mugabe's 37-year long rule.

>He told supporters at the headquarters of the ruling Zanu-PF party that he had been the subject of several assassination plots and thanked the army for running the "process" of removing Mr Mugabe peacefully.

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117538 No. 117538 ID: 9eb8ba hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
No jail time.
Dishonorable discharge.

I want to hear your thoughts and opinions on this.
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>> No. 117578 ID: 85023b
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>>117575
If only there had been some viable alternative to the two least popular major party candidates to ever run.
>> No. 117579 ID: 89236d
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>>117578
If only the Libertarians were a viable political party and not obsessed with moronic economic theories and legalizing child sex slavery.
>> No. 117581 ID: 649f2c
  >>117578
hey enemabag, stop posting that garbage. johnson ran the two most underperforming presidential campaigns on a dollars per vote basis in all of american history. gary johnson is a republican, he was elected as such and the republicans have been sandbagging the libertarian party in america for decades. before johnson the candidate was bob barr, another republican elected official who seemed to be able to do really well in election when he had a (R) next to him name, but somehow lost the knack when running as an (L).
johnson was so desperate to lose that he purposefully went on tv to make an ass out of himself when the real republican candidate was having difficulty projecting an intelligent seeming facade. also take note his strong commitment to libertarian foreign policy ideals.
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>>117579
That was indeed a very sad day for the Libertarian movement. They were T'd up to potentially make positive movement on a serious national level, but this jackass and Gary Johnson showed up.
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>>117610
you make it sound like that was just random chance rather than an orchestrated campaign to undermine a competing political party and prevent it's member's from exercising their constitutional rights


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117604 No. 117604 ID: f3b701 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4914784/french-age-of-consent-may-be-reduced-to-13-years-old-after-courts-rule-two-11-year-old-girls-werent-raped/

>trickle down theorem isn't real!

IS is right, these people deserve much worse than being roasted alive.
>> No. 117606 ID: 09c7e0
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this is how democracy is supposed to work
if a bunch of pedos move into the country that should result in a lower the age of consent in a truly democratic society. you could probably measure how democratic a nation is by adding 10% more pedos and seeing how long it takes for the laws to change.

vive la france
>> No. 117609 ID: 90bd5b
  actually pedophilia is good you stupid shitlib sjws.


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117545 No. 117545 ID: f5eda2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
https://www.wsj.com/articles/multiple-people-shot-at-baptist-church-in-south-texas-1509910614

Fucking sad...At least a good guy managed to kill the fucker.
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>> No. 117563 ID: 60a628
>>117558
More likely an Anti-Gunner that tries to sound like a concerned Vet. Clearly he tries to justify in a cheap-ass way why AR´s are bad.
>> No. 117565 ID: b430d1
black rifles?
more like niggerifles if you ask me


captcha: calle stadio
when the fuck opchan gold accounts going to be for sale?
>> No. 117566 ID: da203f
>>117558
>What is the point: a tool meant for combat situations is widely available in civil society for no apparent reason other than to let civilians feel like they are soldiers. So we wind up with men carrying a legally-purchased weapon of war. No, they are not designed exactly the same, but when the bullet leaves the barrel at subsonic speeds to shred bones and organs, the results are often the same.

'You don't need that penis enhancer' plus 'subsonic velocities' spells 'fucking retard who willingly shills for the opposition.'
>> No. 117567 ID: 278cbe
>>117557
>known lunatic ex-employees get access to guns
>maybe that justifies banning the government instead
Question: after you do that, who is going to ban lunatics from access to guns?

>>117566
>spells 'fucking retard who willingly shills for the opposition.'
Or maybe "a fucking smart man who deliberately looks like retard", which is normally called "straw man". Yet, straight to the point.

>There is a reason people like me call semi-automatic rifles assault weapons. The Army trains soldiers to assault targets with them. When I learned small squad infantry tactics during a non-commissioned officer training course, we practiced ambushes and attacks with blanks in our M-16s. We did not assault objectives with bolt-action rifles or handguns; we assaulted them with our semi-automatic rifles and fired numerous rounds to defeat whoever stood in our way. Our weapons matched the tactics of combat.
This is a fair point. Soldiers from war zones are (sometimes) not very compatible with civilian life. Yet, this fair point doesn't outweigh the rest of deliberate mistakes in that text. So why would you insert those obvious mistakes in otherwise comprehensive text?

Combining 2 and 2, I get that the message of the article is "this is not the fault of the government misdirection, nobody is responsible, it is an issue of society at large", so please carry on with your pointless controversial "gun control" bullshit as usual.
>> No. 117573 ID: 90573a
http://nypost.com/2017/11/09/texas-killer-allegedly-practiced-by-shooting-dogs-idolized-dylann-roof/

>Texas church killer Devin Kelley once told a former Air Force colleague that he bought dogs on Craigslist to use as “target practice,” according to a report.

>Jessika Edwards, who told CNN she worked with Kelley at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico from 2010 to 2012, said Kelley made his sick admission on Facebook in 2014 after they reconnected as civilians.

>Kelley also spoke glowingly of Dylann Roof, who killed nine people in a South Carolina church in June 2015, Edwards said.

>“He would say, ‘Isn’t it cool? Did you watch the news?'” Edwards told CNN. “He would say he wished he had the nerve to do it, but all he would be able to do is kill animals.”

>>117567
cool story sarah bradyvich


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117550 No. 117550 ID: 3e9aae hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Late last month Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made a speech about stuff.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/10/24/saudi-prince-promises-lead-country-back-moderate-islam/
>"We are returning to what we were before - a country of moderate Islam that is open to all religions and to the world," the 32-year-old prince said.

>"We will not spend the next 30 years of our lives dealing with destructive ideas. We will destroy them today," he added. "We will end extremism very soon."

Now he's heading a "anti-corruption" crackdown against political opponents which has resulted in a bunch of princes and ministers being jailed in a Ritz-Carlton, and a helicopter crash that killed another prince and a number of officials.
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/05/world/middleeast/saudi-arabia-wahhabism-salafism-mohammed-bin-salman.html

>Before the arrests on Saturday of his fellow royals and former ministers on corruption allegations, Prince Mohammed had stripped the religious police of their arrest powers and expanded the space for women in public life, including promising them the right to drive.

>Dozens of hard-line clerics have been detained, while others were designated to speak publicly about respect for other religions, a topic once anathema to the kingdom’s religious apparatus.

>All clerics interviewed for this article spoke on condition of anonymity for fear that they, too, would be arrested for breaking with the government line.

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>> No. 117551 ID: a7b658
Saudi Arabia starts declaring war on itself on behalf of other countries.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-lebanon-politics-saudi/saudi-arabia-says-lebanon-has-declared-war-on-it-idUSKBN1D62NQ
>> No. 117559 ID: eee393
SAUDI CIVIL WAR WHEN!?
>> No. 117561 ID: 3e9aae
>>117559
Depends if he can bring his opponents to heel forcefully enough to keep everybody else from trying anything, which he seems to have already started doing.

Though Trump has already pledged support for the king and prince since they let him touch THE ORB, so lol if you think Russia and Iran won't start supporting the Wahhabis just to fuck with the KSA and the US.
>> No. 117568 ID: a7b658
>>117561
>so lol if you think Russia and Iran won't start supporting the Wahhabis just to fuck with the KSA and the US.

there are Shia dominant regions in the KSA which have a lot of people with grudges against the ruling family, that Iran can support. No need to for the bottom of the barrel Wahhabis, even in the KSA.


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117529 No. 117529 ID: 9e0b18 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>Hmm should I learn to be a CNC machinist, a programmer, a mechanic, a electrician, a welder, or a engineer?
>No I will become a buggy whip maker instead because TRUMP!
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-trump-effect-coal-retraining-insight/awaiting-trumps-coal-comeback-miners-reject-retraining-idUSKBN1D14G0
>When Mike Sylvester entered a career training center earlier this year in southwestern Pennsylvania, he found more than one hundred federally funded courses covering everything from computer programming to nursing.

>He settled instead on something familiar: a coal mining course.

>”I think there is a coal comeback,” said the 33-year-old son of a miner.

>Despite broad consensus about coal’s bleak future, a years-long effort to diversify the economy of this hard-hit region away from mining is stumbling, with Obama-era jobs retraining classes undersubscribed and future programs at risk under President Donald Trump’s proposed 2018 budget.

>Trump has promised to revive coal by rolling back environmental regulations and moved to repeal Obama-era curbs on carbon emissions from power plants.

>“I have a lot of faith in President Trump,” Sylvester said.

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