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  • 07/30/17--17:15: #NoConfederate?????
  • Basically the producers of game of thrones are planning an alternate reality show on hbo based on the south winning the civil war....

    There is a protest on social media....

    So that we don't ever have to see shit like this again....


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  • 08/04/17--15:42: Usher charlie sheening it
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    So while i was at work bored.. i started day dreaming and thought about how there was time when i got fired from my job...spent all my $$ on rent,bills etc.. and barely had anything left

    So i went to my car and looked under the seat for change (i always dropped change) and than i went to jack n da box n got those 2 tacos for $1.06 and a 99 cent arizona

    You ever had a nap for dinner?


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    Well the last thread was deleted along with the rest of my content but the show must go on.

    I'm proud of what the last thread became and how many posters got involved, you guys helped not only keep me motivated but keep other posters motivated as well so pat yourselves on the back for that.

    Let's keep it up in 2015, what are some of your goals?

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    What is it?
    A feel shield.
    It seems everyone is doing it wrong.
    Is there a better alternative to nothing?
    The Problem
    Our healthy skin protects everything but the tip, which nature had to leave open for obvious reasons.
    The Solution
    Cover the tip and seal it tight. Nothing gets in or out until you remove it. Make sure and remove it in time.
    Sheer Genius
    Jiftip + skin team-up for a cover-up. A crazy idea as simple as sex itself. Why did it take so long?



    Fellas you going to use it? Ladies, you going to encourage the usage?

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    More than three days after her son was shot at the Columbia Correctional Institution in Lake City, a Tampa mother says she has yet to hear from him or from prison officials updating her on his condition.

    Joanne Billups said her son, Deshandre, was one of two inmates shot on Saturday. Investigators said they were not shot by guards but they aren't saying who's responsible or how a gun got inside the prison.

    The Columbia County Sheriff's Office said one inmate was airlifted to the hospital and the other was taken by ambulance.

    Billups said she has been told her son is alive but she's been given no specifics about his condition.

    "I don't know if my son was airlifted," she said. "I don't know where he was shot at. Right now, I don't know anything except he was shot and transferred. No one is giving me any answers."

    Billups said the Warden told her he would have her son call her but she said that hasn't happened.

    "Basically I want to hear his voice," Billups said. "I want him to tell me he's fine and that's it."

    Billups' attorney, Grady Irvin, said the broader issue is how the whole thing happened in the first place.

    "The contraband coming into the prisons is escalating," said Irvin. "We've gone from cigarettes to marijuana to cell phones and now we're into firearms. This is just ridiculous."

    Irvin has written a letter to Governor Scott asking for an investigation.

    Billups said she just wants to hear from her son.

    "I haven't had any sleep," she said. "I haven't been sleeping for days because I haven't heard from my child."

    The Florida Department of Corrections issued the following statement:

    "Protecting the safety of Florida's families is the primary mission of the Florida Department of Corrections. The DOC continues to work closely with its law enforcement partners on this active, ongoing investigation. At this point, we cannot comment further on the details related to this incident."

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  • 09/08/12--16:49: The Powerful Pet Thread
  • I noticed that a lot of people had pets in the Summer Pics thread so I decided to make a thread dedicated to the pets of the IC...

    Here's mine. Isis my 13 year old Siberian Husky. To say I love this dog is an understatement. She's the best dog I've ever had.










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    We as don't know everything. But some things we are either too embarrassed to ask or just never think about asking. If that's you, then here's the thread for all of us to get that stupid question off our chest. I'll start.

    What does waiting to exhale mean?

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    Reports: Mueller Impanels Grand Jury In Federal Russia Probe

    Robert Mueller, the special counsel overseeing the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, recently impaneled a grand jury as part of the probe, several news outlets reported on Thursday.

    The Wall Street Journal reported, citing two unnamed sources familiar with the matter, that the Washington, D.C. grand jury “began its work in recent weeks” and is separate from the one assisting with the probe into President Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The impanelment of that jury predated Mueller’s appointment as special counsel.

    Reuters confirmed, citing two unnamed sources familiar with the matter, that Mueller convened a grand jury.

    The empanelment of a new, separate grand jury reflects the scope of Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the election and whether any members of Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia.

    Reuters also reported that grand jury subpoenas were issued in connection with a meeting between Donald Trump Jr., the President’s eldest son, and a Russian lawyer.

    Trump Jr. attended the meeting after he was promised damaging information on Hillary Clinton as part of a Russian government effort to aid his father’s campaign. It was not clear whether those subpoenas were issued by the grand jury Mueller impaneled.

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    Procter & Gamble’s Identity-Politics Pandering

    by Michelle Malkin

    August 2, 2017 12:00 AM

    Ads aimed at the ‘social justice’ crowd will do little to advance mutual understanding — or sell soap.

    Once upon a time, brothers-in-law William Procter and James Gamble sold candles and soap. Their 19th-century family business grew into the largest consumer-goods conglomerate in the world — launching the most recognizable brands on our grocery shelves, including Tide, Pampers, Crest, Nyquil, and Old Spice.

    Now, Procter & Gamble want to conquer a new market: identity-politics pandering.

    Industry marketers aren’t satisfied with selling useful products people want and need. They’re hell-bent on transforming successful businesses into social-justice busybodies.

    P&G’s “My Black Is Beautiful” campaign released a new video last week called, “The Talk.” It “depicts the inevitable conversations many Black parents have with their children about racial bias to prepare, protect and encourage them” across the decades. The ad plays as a kinder, gentler version of Black Lives Matter propaganda, but the underlying themes are the same:

    –Little progress has been made since the days of Jim Crow.

    –Racial discrimination against black Americans is inevitable.

    –Police officers are the enemy.

    One especially offensive scene depicts a suburban black mom preparing her bubbly teenage daughter, a new driver, for “when you get pulled over.” Not “if,” you see, but “when.”

    As the daughter laughs her off, the mom gravely warns: “This is not about you getting a ticket. This is about you not coming home.”

    Because racist predator cops lurk on every corner, plotting to kidnap and kill black girls just trying to get to Forever 21? Really, Procter & Gamble?

    Way to alienate the millions of law-enforcement families — of all colors — who purchase your goods.

    Naturally, media virtue signalers lavished praise on the corporate virtue signalers. It’s a veritable virtue-signaling bacchanalia.

    Adweek raved that the video was “powerful.” The Dallas Morning News cooed:

    Media virtue signalers lavished praise on the corporate virtue signalers. It’s a veritable virtue-signaling bacchanalia.
    “The ad is a bold move, and the fact that a Fortune 100 company includes this cultural experience in an ad campaign not only acknowledges that the experience is real, but that it’s important to a mass audience.”

    Michelle Malkin can suck a fat ass dick.

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  • 03/07/17--23:28: Banned movie on Republicans
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    Sick fuckin dudes

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    This spot called the Tuscan Market located north of Boston, the food was on point!
    Yall share your recent culinary experiences here.

    You're welcome

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    Report: Fox News Host Sent Unsolicited Lewd Text Messages To Colleagues

    Longtime Fox News host Eric Bolling reportedly sent unsolicited text messages with photos of male genitalia to at least three of his colleagues, according to a scathing new report from The Huffington Post.

    At least a dozen sources linked to Fox News and Fox Business spoke with Huffington Post on condition of anonymity and the recipients of the alleged photos confirmed the contents of the text messages, which they said they found upsetting and offensive.

    One of the women told Huffington Post she responded to the text message, telling Bolling to never send her photos again and she received no response.

    A Fox spokesperson told TPM: “We were just informed of this late Friday afternoon via the Huffington Post inquiry and plan to investigate the matter.”

    Bolling’s attorney told Huffington Post that he “recalls no such inappropriate communications” and that Bolling doesn’t believe he sent them.

    Bolling is not the first Fox News affiliate to be accused of sexual harassment or assault. Fox News chairman Roger Ailes resigned last year after host Gretchen Carlson sued him for sexual harassment. Former host Bill O’Reilly was ousted in April after the New York Times reported he and 21st Century Fox had paid at least five women $13 million in settlements for sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior on O’Reilly’s part.

    Bolling — a loud critic of former New York congressman Anthony Weiner — is a host of “The Specialists” and has worked at Fox News and Fox Business since 2007.
    Fox Host Eric Bolling Suspended Pending Results Of Lewd Text Messages Probe

    Fox New host Eric Bolling has been suspended while the network conducts an investigation into whether he sent photos of male genitalia to female colleagues, a Fox News spokesperson told TPM Saturday.

    “Eric Bolling has been suspended pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway,” the spokesperson said.

    Bolling is the co-host of Fox News shows “Cashin’ In” and “The Specialists” and has worked at Fox News and Fox Business since 2007. “Cashin’ In” was taped Friday morning and was pulled last night once the station was made aware of the allegations, the spokesperson said.

    Rotating substitutes will replace Bolling on both shows until the investigation is complete. The probe is being conducted by Paul Weiss, the same law firm that looked into allegations of sexual harassment against former Fox chairman Roger Ailes and former host Bill O’Reilly, Fox said.

    The Huffington Post broke the news Friday evening, reporting that at least three of Bolling’s colleagues had received unsolicited lewd photos via text message from the host.

    At least a dozen sources linked to Fox News and Fox Business spoke with Huffington Post on condition of anonymity and the recipients of the alleged photos confirmed the contents of the text messages, which they said they found upsetting and offensive.


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    This shit had me weak. That poor psychic lady keeps getting fucked with lmao


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    LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned social network for the working world with over 500 million users, has put a lot of effort into new areas of business like content, education and bringing on new users in emerging markets; but today it’s embarking on the roll out of a new service that plays squarely into the bread and butter of its business: looking for work.

    Today, the company is debuting a new service that identifies potential mentors and people who might be looking for mentorship in a specific area, and then helps match them to each other. The service (which started with a small test last month) is free and will be available first to users in San Francisco and Australia, Hari Srinivasan, Head of Identity Products at LinkedIn, tells me.

    Initially, LinkedIn has tapped a hand-selected list of potential mentors, who will come up as a list, Tinder-style, to people who indicate that they are interested in getting some mentoring, so that a match might get made. Mentors are given options about who they would prefer to mentor, be it people in their first- and second-degree networks, in their region or their former school. Over time, Srinivasan said that the option to become a mentor will be open to everyone, which makes sense: we call could stand to learn something from everyone.

    On the mentee side, after you indicate that you are interested in getting some advice or feedback on a particular topic, LinkedIn then gives you your own potential parameters to narrow down your search (again, initially these are whether you want people near you, or from your alma mater), or if you potentially want a list of potential mentors that is as wide as LinkedIn’s user base.

    Once you match, you can then message each other, and either side can terminate the communication at any point.

    LinkedIn is hoping to tap into what appears to be a gap in the market: career mentoring is a simple enough thing to have when you happen to have chanced upon someone in the same field as you are, either by working with that person or knowing him or her through other channels. It’s a lot harder if you haven’t found that person, or if you are thinking of something less linear, like a career change.

    There are career coaching services — for example, the venture-backed startups BetterUp and Everwise — but these can be more formal and come at a price. Out of Office Hours, which was created out of a ‘give something back’ effort over a holiday period, currently focuses on tech careers in Silicon Valley. Notably, LinkedIn’s service (for now) is free, and has the potential to cover as many jobs as there are people registered on the platform.

    There are some obvious benefits to LinkedIn with a launch of a service like this. It will give the company one more service to spur engagement on its platform, and this time the new engagement effort directly relates to how most people tend to use LinkedIn already.

    It’s also a potential segue into using other services on LinkedIn, including additional training (via or LinkedIn Learning); job searches; and potentially paying for a more tradition career coach that you might just find through ProFinder, LinkedIn’s freelancer marketplace, where LinkedIn tells me career coaching is “one of the most sought after categories on the platform.”

    That highlights what might be some of the benefits but also potential pitfalls of this new career matching service. It’s free; generally great that there could be people at the other end of a message who are willing to lend you a helping hand; and it is a cool use of LinkedIn’s network effect to offer a route for those who want to contribute some time to mentors to be able to do so. LinkedIn’s Srinivasan said that this idea wasn’t pulled out of thin air.

    “We have done research and found that among the senior ranks of our user base, nine out of 10 people have said they want to give back,” he said. “Paying it forward is a powerful force. All of them received help on the way up and now want to find a way to give that help back to others.”

    But on the other hand, there are potential snagging points here, too: how much help is too much to be asking of people who are offering their services for free; and how does LinkedIn make sure that it has enough mentors (or for that matter people wanting to reach out to mentors) across different fields? Will LinkedIn have to eventually introduce other elements to the platform to encourage more usage, like payments or credits for premium features? Keeping the service free and limited in its initial roll out as LinkedIn figures more answers out is one way of holding too many demands of it at bay.

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    Nessa is her name and she African American her father is Egyptian and her mother Black American and she work for New York's Radio Hot 97...Thoughts?


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    said stripper leaves you, you get custody of the child, and she makes more money thus resulting in her having to pay child support

    Like in Rob and Chyna's situation, she makes more money so if Rob gets full custody of their child, she has to pay him child support

    Interested to read everyone take on this now that a new dynamic has come into play

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  • 01/20/14--15:15: The Random Facts Thread
  • Im just going to put all the facts i find on the internet into one thread, kinda like chitlin and his news thread.

    I just got these off the internet, i dont know if they are true or not. Google it if your so curious.

    Ill post infographics and cool educational type gifs in here as well.

    Feel free to post some too if you come across any.

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