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    A frantic search is underway for 3-year-old Sherin Mathews, a Texas girl who disappeared after her father left her outside at night as punishment for not drinking her milk, according to police.

    Sherin is three-feet tall, 22-pounds and was last seen wearing a pink top, black pajama bottoms, and pink flip-flops outside of her home in Richardson, just north of Dallas, around 3 a.m. Saturday, local authorities said in a release. She has "developmental issues and limited verbal communication skills," according to authorities.

    Sherin's father, Westley Mathews, reportedly told police that he ordered the small child to stand by a tree near an alley as punishment over the milk dispute. He returned to check on her 15 minutes later but discovered she was gone. He did not call police until five hours later, Sgt. Kevin Perlich told Dallas-Fort Worth station KXAS-TV.

    “Why was the last sighting at 3 o’clock and the parents not call us until after 8 a.m.? That’s the question we want answered as well,” Perlich told the station. “As far as why she was out there, how long she was out there, that’s the questions we have for the parents.”

    Mathews was arrested later that night for abandoning or endangering a child, police said. He was released on $250,000 bond. The girl’s father told police that he knew coyotes had been spotted in the alley where he left his daughter, according to a copy of the arrest affidavit. The home is also near railroad tracks. A 4-year-old was taken from the family's home and placed in foster care, a spokeswoman for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services told WFAA. She also added that the family has previously had contact with the department.

    Late Monday afternoon, an Amber Alert was discontinued due to a lack of leads in the case.

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    Lets say you and your homie rob a bank. You get caught and your friend gets away. The police say that you're looking at 20 years, but if you give up your accomplice (your homie) then they can work out a deal where you only have to serve 5 years.

    What would be "keeping it real"?

    1. Snitching on your homie to get a lighter sentence (5 years)

    2. Not snitching and serving the 20 years

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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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    If Texas and/or Florida were all black states, the same would be happening to our people. The only reason he sent immediate help was because there are mostly white people living in those states.

    Lost weekend: How Trump’s time at his golf club hurt the response to Maria

    At first, the Trump administration seemed to be doing all the right things to respond to the disaster in Puerto Rico.

    As Hurricane Maria made landfall that Wednesday, there was a frenzy of activity publicly and privately. The next day, President Trump called local officials on the island, issued an emergency declaration and pledged that all federal resources would be directed to help.

    But then for four days after that — as storm-ravaged Puerto Rico struggled for food and water amid the darkness of power outages — Trump and his top aides effectively went dark themselves.

    Trump jetted to New Jersey that Thursday night to spend a long weekend at his private golf club there, save for a quick trip to Alabama for a political rally. Neither Trump nor any of his senior White House aides said a word publicly about the unfolding crisis.

    Trump did hold a meeting at his golf club that Friday with half a dozen Cabinet officials — including Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke, who oversees disaster response — but the gathering was held to discuss his new refugee travel ban, not the hurricane. Duke and Trump spoke briefly about Puerto Rico, but did not talk again until Tuesday, an administration official said.


    “The Trump administration was slow off the mark,” said Rep. Darren Soto (D-Fla.), the first lawmaker of Puerto Rican descent elected by the state of Florida to Congress. “. . .We’ve invaded small countries faster than we’ve been helping American citizens in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.”


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    A UMD lecturer received a racist voicemail after he was on Fox News

    University of Maryland lecturer Jason Nichols shared a Facebook Live video of profane racist voicemails he received after he made an appearance on Fox News.

    "This message is for Jason [Nichols]," the woman said in one of her two four-minute messages. "I've been listening to him on Fox. You know, this fucking n—–, you n—–s are not going to be satisfied until you change every fucking piece of shit holiday to N—– Day."

    Nichols, a lecturer in the African American studies department, appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Monday to discuss Columbus Day with the host.

    He argued Christopher Columbus does not stand for American values, citing his enslavement and exploitation of the native peoples.

    Nichols received the voicemails from an unidentified caller at about 11:45 a.m. Tuesday.

    The video post, which he shared Tuesday, has received more than 1.5 million views. Nichols plays the voicemails in full as he silently glances between the camera and the wall.

    "You people cannot live in a civilized society because you're fucking primates and you're uncivilized," the caller continued. "You know, you people are disgusting. You don't belong here."

    The post has also been shared more than 26,000 times on Facebook. Nichols, whose profile is public, has received an outpouring of support on his posts.

    "I'm not even going to lie and say that it didn't affect me," Nichols told The Diamondback. "When you've been called a n—–, you know, 150 times in one day [and] it feels like at every turn you're being called a n—– for 24 hours, and an idiot, and a moron, and now a primate and an ape — I don't care how strong you are, it's going to affect you."

    The lecturer has appeared on Carlson's show before to discuss other topics, including the removal of Confederate statues.

    Nichols said he typically receives some "abusive emails" after his appearances. Generally, he asks the front office to delete any voicemails he receives but decided to take a listen after they were forwarded to his line this time, he added.

    He decided to share this voicemail because of the positions the woman said she has held, which included working as a probation officer.

    "I wanted to let people know that these people are bankers and law enforcement and parole officers and in many positions of power that can affect people's lives and in some cases destroy them," Nichols said.

    University President Wallace Loh condemned the voicemail via Twitter on Friday.

    "If you have seen the despicable verbal attack on #UMD Professor Nichols, please join our community in showing support for him," Loh wrote.

    I guess that Faux viewer wasn’t use to seeing a real intellectual black man on that “news” network.. Who wasn’t their to shuck and jive for white supremacist ass.. Like those other “blacks” who appear regularly on Faux...

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  • 05/05/15--11:21: The Travel Thread
  • Post any interesting places that you've been, going or have an interest in visiting.

    Ask any travel related question and hopefully someone who has been will answer with useful tips, etc.

    Happy Travels

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    Masayuki Ozaki bounced back when the spark went out of his marriage — by starting a new romance with a rubber sex doll he swears is the love of his life.

    The ultra-realistic silicone dummy, called Mayu, shares his bed under the same roof as his wife and teenage daughter in Tokyo, an unusual arrangement that triggered angry arguments before the family declared a delicate truce.

    Ozaki, 45, said: “After my wife gave birth, we stopped having sex and I felt a deep sense of loneliness.”

    “But the moment I saw Mayu in the showroom, it was love at first sight.”

    “My wife was furious when I first brought Mayu home. These days she puts up with it, reluctantly.”

    “When my daughter realized it wasn’t a giant Barbie doll, she freaked out and said it was gross — but now she’s old enough to share Mayu’s clothes.”

    Ozaki, who works as a physiotherapist, takes his doll out on dates in a wheelchair and dresses her in wigs, sexy clothes and jewelry.

    He admits to being turned off by human relationships, adding during a seaside stroll with his rubber companion: “Japanese women are cold-hearted.”

    “They’re very selfish. Men want someone to listen to them without grumbling when they get home from work.”

    “Whatever problems I have, Mayu is always there waiting for me. I love her to bits and want to be with her forever.”

    “I can’t imagine going back to a human being. I want to be buried with her and take her to heaven.”

    Ozaki is one of an increasing number of Japanese men turning to romantic relationships with sex dolls in a country that has officially lost its mojo.

    Experts are worried by Japan‘s plummeting birth rate, which poses serious problems for the future of the economy as it faces a dwindling number of workers.

    But a growing number of men — known as “herbivores” — are turning their backs on marriage and traditional masculine values for a quiet, uncompetitive life.

    Every year around 2,000 of the life-like sex dolls — which cost from $6,000 and come with adjustable fingers, removable head and realistic genitals — are sold in Japan.

    Hideo Tsuchiya, managing director of doll maker Orient Industry, said: “Technology has come a long way since those nasty inflatable dolls in the 1970s.”

    “They look incredibly real now and it feels like you’re touching human skin. More men are buying them because they feel they can actually communicate with the dolls.”

    They are popular with disabled customers and widowers, as well as mannequin fetishists, and some men use dolls to avoid heartache.

    Senji Nakajima, 62, who enjoys tenderly bathing his rubber girlfriend Saori, has framed photos of her on his wall and even takes her skiing and surfing.

    He said on a romantic picnic beneath a canopy of cherry blossoms: “Human beings are so demanding. People always want something from you — like money or commitment.”

    “My heart flutters when I come home to Saori. She never betrays me, she makes my worries melt away.”

    Nakajima’s romance with Saori has divided his family and his wife has banned her from the family home, but the Tokyo-born businessman refuses to give her up.

    He said: “My son accepts it, my daughter can’t.”

    “I’ll never date a real woman again — they’re heartless.”

    The doll sleeps in his bed in a cluttered apartment on the outskirts of Tokyo, sandwiched between two dolls from previous dalliances and a headless rubber torso.

    He admits reconciliation with his estranged wife is unlikely, adding: “I wouldn’t be able to take a bath with Saori, or snuggle up with her and watch TV.

    “I don’t want to destroy what I have with her.”

    And while the pillow talk is decidedly one-way, Nakajima believes he has discovered true love.

    He said: “I’d never cheat on her, even with a prostitute, because to me she’s human.”

    Another doll lover is Yoshitaka Hyodo, whose home in Saitama is an Aladdin’s Cave of dolls, kitsch toys and Japanese erotica.

    He lives alone but has an “understanding” girlfriend. She would have to be as he owns more than 10 life-size dummies, many of which he dresses in combat uniforms to play out wartime fantasies.

    The 43-year-old blogger said: “In the future I think more and more guys will choose relationships with dolls.”

    “It’s less stress and they complain a lot less than women.”

    But he claims to have cut down on having sex with dolls.

    He said: “It’s more about connecting on an emotional level for me now.”

    “People might think I’m weird, but it’s no different from collecting sports cars. I don’t know how much I’ve spent but it’s cheaper than a Lamborghini.”

    Future doll users can expect more bang for their buck as researchers are developing next-generation sexbots able to talk, laugh, simulate an orgasm, and even remember your birthday.

    But for now, Masayuki’s long-suffering wife, Riho, tries hard to ignore the rubber temptress silently taunting her from her husband’s bedroom.

    She said: “I just get on with the housework.”

    “I make the dinner, I clean, I do the washing. I choose sleep over sex.”

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    Report: August FBI Memo Called ‘Black Identity Extremists’ New Terror Threat

    In August, the FBI’s counterterrorism division published a report warning law enforcement across the country of a new threat. It called the threat “Black Identity Extremism.”

    In reality, there is no “Black Identity Extremist” movement, at least not one that goes by that name. It appears to be an invented label, Foreign Policy reported. The publication revealed the existence of the counterterrorism memo Friday and briefly posted the actual document on its website before removing it.

    According to the FBI, “it is very likely some BIEs are influenced by a mix of anti-authoritarian, Moorish sovereign citizen ideology, and BIE ideology.”

    The report found it “very likely” that the police killing of Ferguson, Missouri teenager Michael Brown — and the subsequent decision by a grand jury not to indict the officer responsible for his death — “spurred an increase in premeditated, retaliatory lethal violence against law enforcement and will very likely serve as justification for such violence.”

    ncidents of alleged police abuse against African Americans since then have continued to feed the resurgence in ideologically motivated, violent criminal activity within the BIE movement,” the report said, referring to Michael Brown’s death.

    Running 12 pages — including end notes and citations — the report included six examples of premeditated violence against police officers by black people judged to have been motivated by identity extremism.

    “In all six targeted attacks since 2014,” the report said, “the FBI assesses it is very likely the BIE suspects acted in retaliation for perceived past police brutality.”

    It noted: “Even though five of these attacks occurred following controversial police shooting of African Americans by white police officers, BIE targeting of officers was not, in every incident, based on their specific race.”

    One individual profiled was Micah Johnson, who killed five police officers in a rampage in Dallas in July 2016, firing his first shots during a Black Lives Matter march. “ased on Johnson’s journal writings and statements to police, he appeared to have been influenced by BIE ideology,” the report said.

    The term “black identity extremists” doesn’t appear to have been used by counterterrorism officials before the FBI’s August report. The Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services appears to have been one of the first organizations to employ the new term, in a course description flagged by Foreign Policy for the upcoming training event “Introduction to Domestic Extremism and Hate Groups.”

    “Domestic extremist movements covered will include white supremacists/white nationalists, black identity extremists, anarchists, animal rights and eco-terrorists, anti-government and other radical separatists groups,” the course description read.

    Counterterrorism and homeland security experts interviewed by Foreign Policy expressed skepticism at the new label.

    Michael German, a former FBI agent turned Brennan Center fellow, said: “Basically, it’s black people who scare them.”


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  • 10/16/17--10:09: SEX DOLLS ARE COMING
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    What are your thoughts my fellow ninjas and Swayettes?

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    ‘Blacktivist’ Facebook group that sold merch had ties to the Kremlin

    A Russian-linked Facebook page called “Blacktivist” peddled merchandise online as part of its efforts to stoke racial tensions prior to the 2016 presidential election, it was ­reported Friday.

    A total of 87 items — including shirts with slogans such as “Young, gifted and black” and “Melanin and muscles” — were sold through Facebook’s store function, CNN said.

    The slogans were intended to make it appear like the attire came from US Black Lives Matter activists. But it was actually being promoted by a social-media campaign with ties to the Kremlin.

    The accounts, now suspended, are among those turned over to Congress as part of its probe into Russia’s meddling in last year’s election.

    The “Blacktivist” group also exerted its influence in other ways, including promoting at least seven rallies and demonstrations around the US last year via its Facebook page.

    The founder of New Knowledge, which monitors the spread of online misinformation, told CNN that the promotion of events and sale of merchandise bears all the hallmarks of Russian propaganda.

    “The Russian objective the entire time has been to pit Americans against each other and to prey on divisions that already exist and to capitalize on the hyper-partisan environment that already exists in the US,” Jonathon Morgan said.


    The Kremlin Crafted #TakeAKnee Memes for More Than a Year

    Kremlin-controlled social media accounts posing as black activist groups shared memes supporting Colin Kaepernick and other athletes protesting police shootings of black Americans by kneeling during the national anthem as early as last summer....
    “‘Blue’ lives do not exist. Black lives do. Being a police officer is an occupation, a choice. Blackness is non-negotiable.

    #BlackLivesMatter,” one of the memes, which appeared on the propaganda group’s Instagram page, reads.


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    Lil cuz got in a bad car accident bout 4yrs ago, was in a coma for a month but pulled through. Needless to say the nigga ain't got all his marbles. But when he came home from the hospital, his girl (at the time) stuck with him and their 10-11yr old daughter even tho it was times he didn't remember who neither one of them was...smh
    So his baby mom has a sister who has four kids, including a daughter who was 9 at the time my lil cuz came home. The lil daughter spread rumors that cuz had made some sexual advances to her, the family was upset, but had no real proof and knew my cuz situation so that got swept under the rug...

    Fast forward to bout two weeks ago, this nigga sends the same lil girl (she 13 now) DICK PICS to her phone...calls her out by name in a text like 'damn ________, you lookin sexy..come get this D'

    So now the lil girl father, uncles, cousins, niggas her mom fucks, etc all wanna smoke my lil cuz. Niggas been calling his mother (my aunt) house with death threats. But cuz gangster, he tellin niggas to come see him lmao

    So, should I ride for the nigga, or say fuck em for being a pedo??

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    Wife has friends and associates in Las Vegas right now. They talmbout there's an active shooter near Mandalay Bay. I'lll see if I can get a link, but some chick was streaming that she was an Uber driver and dropped off fare and as soon as dude got out the car he got hit in the chest, so her ass bailed on foot streaming the whole time.

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    Don’t let her doll face fool you, Julia Vins is a powerful young woman. The 20-year-old is a powerlifter who started the sport to improve her self esteem when she was 15. One of the coaches at the gym saw she had talent and the potential to become a competitive weightlifter.

    Julia may be known as “Muscle Barbie” but she is very confident of who she is. “I have these big, beautiful eyes and wear make-up. But at the same time, I’m strong,” says Julia. The Russian is often criticized for choosing a sport deemed unfeminine but Julia sees it as her true calling. She won the 2014 World Powerlifting Championships in Moscow, Russia. She also broke three world records in squat, bench press, and deadlift.

    She works hard for that body.

    Julia trains four times a week, anywhere from three to five hours at a time.
    Nutrition is important.

    She eats about five to six small meals a day to keep up with her rigorous training.

    She keeps it simple.

    Her meals usually consist of chicken, rice, vegetables, cheese, and eggs.

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    Alright, so after about 11 years being in and with 7 months left in my contract.. I’m actually thinking if this is the time to go. Wifey kinda pushing for me to get out. A lot because of how things have gone and the threat of a war. Normally I’d go all in with the “it’ll be ok” response but these days I don’t blame her. Along with the fact that I’m kinda at a place where I want something new.

    The security of being in the military is what’s the major thing. The insurance, overall benefits kinda spoil you. Especially when you got a family. I got a couple of things in mind. Taking classes to become an insurance agent. Maybe get her uncle to help me out in becoming a cop in Fredricksberg, VA (not something I wanna do forever) while I go to school. It’s just a big ass step.

    Anyone been in this situation?

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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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    In case you ever wondered about the way (some) correctional officers see their inmates, I lead you no further than to Caddo Parish, La., Sheriff Steve Prator, who is ranting and raging mad about new criminal-justice reform laws that will go into effect next month—because it will mean getting rid of cheap labor.

    But don’t take my word for it, hear them come from Prator’s own mouth.

    According to KSLA, Prator expressed his “concerns” about the Justice Reinvestment Act, scheduled to go into effect next month, because it would provide for the early release of thousands of inmates across the state, including 192 felons in Caddo Parish in the first wave, or so he says.

    “There’s ways and things that need to be reformed on the criminal-justice system, but certainly we don’t need to do what we’re about to do,” said Prator.

    The Justice Reinvestment Act is made up of 10 bills that were passed by the state Legislature and then signed by Gov. John Bel Edwards in June, in the hopes of changing Louisiana’s reputation as the most-imprisoned state in the country.

    It is the hope that the act will reduce the state’s prison population by 10-12 percent and save some $262 million over the next 10 years.

    To Prator, it’s all a waste.

    “Simply put, the state of Louisiana is risking our safety for bragging rights and to save money,” he said.

    But Prator later would show his whole ass, showing that he really doesn’t care about safety or bragging rights. He is concerned, it would seem, about saving money, but only in the form of cheap or free labor.

    “The [prisoners] that you can work, the ones that can pick up trash, the work-release programs—but guess what? Those are the ones that they’re releasing!” Prator fumed in a video clip tweeted out by Shaun King. “In addition to the bad ones… they’re releasing some good ones that we use every day to wash cars, to change the oil in our cars, to cook in the kitchen, to do all that where we save money, well, they’re going to let them out!”


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    Jay-Z is talking with his team about buying Harvey Weinstein's interest in The Weinstein Company ... TMZ has learned.

    Multiple sources connected to Jay tell us ... Jay, along with several other investors including a famous movie producer and a billionaire, are talking about purchasing Weinstein's 23% interest in the company.

    Jay has had a working relationship with TWC and Harvey ... he has a deal in which he has produced a movie, "The Kalief Browder Story." He has also a Trayvon Martin miniseries slated for production. Jay has a first-look film deal with the company.

    Our sources say Jay wants his relationship with the company to continue and grow, and since Harvey is out he's looking at acquiring a substantial equity stake in the company.


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    As yall know, we moving to another platform. This is where yall leave a legacy cemented i stone for all time. Leave your legacy out whatever you want future hip hop heads to know when this site becomes read only.

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