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    Just curious. Some of you guys have funny ones. Some have basic ones. Some are just fuckin weird.

    I’ll tell The Meaning of mine once the thread gets going.

    I know this thread has been done before and ppl change and so have the names.

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  • 06/06/17--21:01: How Do You Eat Your Steak?
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  • 11/16/17--19:52: IS NOT THAT DIFFICULT!!
  • One time too many we tend to learn the hard way.
    Say no? As Human beings I came to the conclusion we desire independence by nature right? But here’s the thing... we are not born knowing it all! And is a Muhfucka! Cause let’s be honest we all have “the Blueprint” to life, so we think. Truth is our parents thought the same way and their parents did so too and so forth and so on... Now no matter the circumstance you are living today wether it be because of your decisions or your parents or their parents and so forth and so on... Yo I got one thing to ask. Why the fuck we gotta be so hard headed in life and not do certain things as we should and therefore pay for the consequences? Obviously if you feel like you living it right and or are living it right well shit more power to you. But those of you who know what’s HOOD!? well than speak on it Danm it!!

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    News of Libya ‘slave market’ stirs controversy

    News of black men being put on sale at a Libyan “slave market” has drawn outrage from the African Union (AU) and triggered violent protests in Paris.

    Guinean President Alpha Conde, who is also the chairman of the AU, demanded on Friday that the “despicable trade” be stopped, the slaves be set free, and the perpetrators be put on trial.

    The outrage was sparked by a CNN report showing footage of a live auction in Libya where black youths were being sold for hundreds of dollars to buyers as farmhands.

    “These modern slavery practices must end, and the African Union will use all the tools at its disposal,” Conde said.

    The black youths on sale in Libya are generally African asylum seekers from nations such as Guinea, Senegal, the Gambia, Mali, Nigeria, and Niger. Media reports say many of the asylum seekers end up in the wrong places and lose their freedom to gangs that are either led or are in cahoots with human traffickers.

    The asylum seekers-turned-slaves had sought to cross through the country and travel over the Mediterranean Sea to Europe, where they sought to ultimately settle.

    Libya has opened an investigation into the slavery report, saying it would free the slaves, according to the CNN.
    “A high-level committee has been convened encompassing representatives from all the security apparatus to oversee this investigation,” said Anes Alazabi, an official with the internationally-recognized government of Libya’s Anti-Illegal Immigration Agency.

    “Priorities of the investigation are not only to convict those responsible for these inhumane acts, but also to identify the location of those who have been sold in order to bring them to safety and return them to their countries of origin,” said the Libyan official.

    Libya has been in a state of near chaos since 2011, when its long-time dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, was ousted, and rival militia groups and factions started vying for power and territory.

    Protest in Paris

    In related news, protesters carrying signs reading “No to slavery in Libya,” gathered in front of the Libyan Embassy in Paris on Saturday to protest the practice of slavery.

    The protesters, chanting “Free our brothers,” then marched toward the Champs-Elysees, where they were cut off by riot police.

    Clashes broke out as security forces moved to disperse the protesters, firing tear gas into the crowd. Police said the protest was unauthorized. One person was arrested.










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    married high school art teacher has been arrested for allegedly having sex with four of her students, including two on the same day.

    Jessie Lorene Goline, 25, of Jonesboro, Arkansas, was taken into custody on Wednesday after a long investigation into the suspected trysts she was having with the teenage boys.

    The probe at Marked Tree High School was sparked by a parent who accused Goline of having sexual liaisons with several students.

    Staff stepped in when the parent then threatened to 'do bodily harm' to one of the teachers, ArkansasOnline reported.
    The alleged victims then came forward and told police about their illicit relationships with Goline, police say.

    One told investigators she came onto him during class, telling him 'how good he looked.' He said she also sent him a photo of her in a thong.



    According to authorities, another said Goline picked him up and took him to her apartment in the afternoon.
    They allegedly had sex, and she dropped him back at Marked Tree High School later that day.
    He told investigators another classmate was at her apartment later that night.

    All four of the students had started texting with the art teacher, and said the exchanges became more sexually charged over time.

    Three of the students were from the Marked Tree School District and another was from the East Poinsett County School District.

    She is facing only one count of sexual assault because only one of the four students she allegedly slept with was under 18.

    Goline claimed that the underage teen lied about his age.

    She told school officials she found out after they had sex that he was 'way younger than what he had told her,' according to court documents.

    When Marked Tree Principal Matt Wright asked her if she had inappropriate contact with students she responded 'I'm not going to lose my husband,' but added, 'We had sex,' according to KAIT-TV.



    Wright said the school officials were in the middle of calling a hotline to report the art teacher when she came into his office crying. He asked her what was wrong, and it was then he says, that she confessed.
    Goline was booked into the Craighead County Detention Center Wednesday afternoon on a $5,000 bond.
    She is due back in court on October 31. If convicted she could face 10 to 40 years in prison.

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    CNN is on the television in the living room of Antoinette Brown and Travon King’s small, but tidy house Wednesday morning here on the city’s far east side, a couple blocks south of 8 Mile Road.

    A report comes on about a tweet sent by Donald Trump, wondering if he would receive a thank you from three UCLA basketball players he helped gain a release from Chinese detention after they were arrested on three counts of shoplifting last week.

    “I’ll thank him,” Antoinette interrupted, speaking to the TV. “If Trump helps us, if he helps Wendell, I won’t stop thanking him. He helped get three basketball players who were guilty get out. I pray he’ll help get my innocent son out. And if he does, I’ll thank him and thank him and thank him.”

    Wendell Brown, 30, is a former football star in Detroit, a standout at powerhouse King High School and then a three-year starting linebacker at Ball State in Indiana where he graduated in 2009. He later played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League, a number of arena teams and even a professional league in Austria. He also coached the game, at King High and then a season as an assistant at Adrian College, a D-III program in Michigan.

    In 2015, he found his way to Chongqing, China, a city of some 18 million in the southwest part of the country, to play and then, after an injury, coach in the American Football League of China. It seemed like an incredible opportunity. While there he taught English to adults and football to kids. He spoke at the U.S. Embassy about the game. To supplement his income, he opened a cross training business, Brown Elite Fitness.

    As a 6-foot, 225-pound African-American in the middle of China, he stood out. Brown is in incredible physical condition and was a cast member once on the Discovery Network reality television show, “American Muscle.” Pictures of him putting middle-aged locals through workouts and barking motivational sayings at them – “Elite!”, “All Day!”, “Eight Days a Week”— entertained his family back home.

    “We used to joke with him, ‘You look like Billy Blanks,’ ” Antoinette said with a laugh.

    Life was great until Sept. 24, 2016, when Brown attended a birthday party for a friend at a bar. As Wendell’s side tells it, he struggled to blend in when out on the town because many Chinese assumed he was either rich or famous. That night some men wanted to drink with him, but Brown declined. They got angry and a dispute broke out. Brown was later arrested for hitting a man and causing him to lose an eye. Brown claimed he never hit anyone and only raised his arms to block bottles being thrown at him.

    Regardless, Brown was taken to the Chongqing Jiangbei detention center. He had never before been arrested. Faced with no American-style bail available, no discovery process about the evidence against him and a confusing array of laws that bear little resemblance to the United States, he’s spent the past 14 months in a Chinese jail.

    Back in Detroit, Antoinette and King, her husband of 17 years, didn’t know anything had happened for days. Antoinette said she began getting concerned when Wendell didn’t text or call; he usually checked in daily. Finally, the phone rang from his number, but it was one of his friends in China trying to explain the situation.

    The family was helpless. They were unable to have any contact with Wendell. Letters to and from that contained much information about the case were intercepted. They hired a lawyer in China, who was allowed to speak with him, but then was told that the way for this to end was to come up with $100,000 U.S. as restitution. King is a barber and Brown a hairstylist, co-owners of the small Kingz & Queenz Salon on Gratiot in this hard-hit city. Men’s haircuts start as low as $5.

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    A Dallas ISD student got a middle school teacher to pay him nearly $28,000 by threatening to expose their sexual relationship to police, court records say.

    Thao "Sandy" Doan, a 27-year-old teacher at Raul Quintanilla Sr. Middle School, was arrested last week and faces a sexual assault charge because of the alleged relationship. The boy is a former Quintanilla Middle School student, Dallas ISD police wrote in Doan's arrest warrant affidavit.

    Earlier this month, the boy's mom reported that he was getting from Doan "large amounts of money" he was using for "illegal purposes" and causing problems at home, the affidavit states.

    The mom told the school's administration that she wanted the payments to stop. She also handed over screen shots of messages that indicated her son had asked for the money and Doan had said she didn't have any, police said.

    "Anit [expletive] watch ima start getting the pics and everything ready ... to show the cops right I anit playing," the messages read, according to police.

    Doan is listed on the school district's website as a cross country and soccer coach.

    She told police she communicated with the boy over Instagram, text and the messaging app Kik before they had sex at a park in the summer of 2015. She said they also had sex between November and December of that year, her affidavit states.

    In January 2016, she said, someone she didn't know contacted her and threatened to tell police about the relationship if she didn't give him money. She said she continued to get calls from different numbers about different drop-off places for the payments.

    Doan had sex again with the student in December 2016, her affidavit states.
    Doan was arrested on Friday and released from jail after posting bail.

    The boy's mother told KDFW-TV (Channel 4) this week that he has been in and out of the juvenile system on burglary and robbery charges. The mother told the station she knows her son was wrong but she believes Doan should have known better as the adult in the scenario.

    'She did very bad. She did bad," the mother said, "and I'm not condoning what he did because I know he was wrong at what he also did because blackmailing is not acceptable."

    Dallas ISD officials did not immediately respond to The Dallas Morning News' request seeking comment on Doan's arrest.

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    Former NFL wide receiver Michael Irvin had a pro career most would be jealous of, including 12 seasons with the great Dallas Cowboys teams of the 1990s, three Super Bowl rings, and a lot of fun along the way. But to hear him tell it, none of that compared to the three seasons he spent playing college football at The U.

    Irvin was recently a guest on "The Dan Le Batard Show" on AM 790 The Ticket in Miami and was asked when he was the happiest and when he had the most fun playing football. According to Irvin it was at the University of Miami and the reason might surprise some people - It was because he was broke.

    "Oh my god, yes [it was at Miami]," Irvin said. "Let me tell you why, Dan. Being broke, because then it was having all the highs of the moment and not dealing with some of the lows of the moment because you didn't have the people attacking you from a financial standpoint."

    Irvin last played in the NFL in 1999, but as he explained, he still has family members who ask him for money to this day, and now he has to pick and choose whom to help based on whether it is a "front-end" investment or just a "back-end" handout.

    "I gotta get a letter out to all my family members and everybody and say: 'You do know I've been carrying this load since 1988? Can I please get off this wagon?' My brothers and sisters, they're all grown. I'm like: 'You guys are grown.' Now I don't mind, I do what I can for all my nieces and nephews. I consider that to be an investment, what I give to them. But I consider it to be throwing money away now when I give to my brothers and sisters. I'm like: "Hey, this is spending money on the past. You guys, your future is set. An investment is spending money on your kids. Getting your kids into St. Thomas, I'll help you do that.' Because that gives them a future and gets them out my pocket when they're grown. I'd rather spend on the front end than when it is costing me on the back end. So I'm helping the kids early to get them in the right schools, put them in the right situations. That's spending on the front end instead of what I'm doing with my brothers and sisters, giving money, spending on the back end. You never get back-end money back."
    After Irvin's playing days were over, he did start a successful career as an analyst, first at ESPN, and now at the NFL Network. But to him, nothing will ever top playing football at Miami.

    "That's why college was the greatest," Irvin said. "I don't care what anyone says. That's why college was the greatest. When you get to this place, there is a bunch of responsibilities. You have to be putting out fires all the time. You've got to build up the water hose and put out fires. You've got to build up the water hose and put out fires. In college, it's just special, it's a special time, nothing like it."

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    Young and Old , at a cookout or Thanksgiving etc , what that one song that your whole family grooves to when its put on ?

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    Herschel Walker, the ex-NFL luminary, is firing on all cylinders for America’s military heroes and first responders — hot on the heels of his recent criticism of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for not quelling the national anthem protests.

    Walker’s latest patriotic fervor comes with a super prize for a hero of the US uniformed and emergency services: a free customized, hand-painted, American-made 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, worth $80,000.

    “I absolutely think the protests are so upsetting, and I blame the commissioner,” he said.
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    “I know people are going to be angry when I say it, but he should have stopped the protests at the very beginning.”

    The Heisman Trophy winner doesn’t beat around the bush. “Guys, let me tell you this,” he said. “Our flag is very special, and black lives matter, but what we should do is go to Washington after the season and protest there instead. We have young men and women fighting for the flag. And we have to respect the White House.”

    Walker — who used to play for President Trump’s short-lived USFL New Jersey Generals in the ’80s — knows a thing or two about business.

    He signed with Rocky Ridge Trucks to promote the manufacturer’s True American Hero Truck Giveaway contest (

    The winner of the national contest will be an individual with exemplary records of public service in the military, or as a domestic first responder. Finalists will be invited to the National Automobile Dealers Association Convention in Las Vegas in March for a drawing to select the winner.

    Walker, meanwhile, helms a string of successful businesses, which include the Renaissance Man Food Services, honored for smashing records in the US and Canada as a minority-owned food processor.

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    Basically, he made moves to try to install his wife as his successor, but his party said it wasn't going to allow that. Zimbabweans don't fuck with her. Plus there have been war veterans who have been loyal to him for all these decades, but he started making moves to get rid of them to position her to take over.

    President Robert Mugabe is said to be confined to his home in Harare but unconfirmed reports says his wife Grace, who was bidding to succeed him as president, has fled to Namibia.

    The military's action followed the sacking of Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a fierce rival of Mrs Mugabe.

    His whereabouts are also unclear.

    President Mugabe, 93, has been in control of Zimbabwe since it gained independence from Britain in 1980.

    But the power struggle over who might succeed him, between Mrs Mugabe and Mr Mnangagwa, has split the ruling Zanu-PF party in recent months.

    Evidence that Mrs Mugabe's circle was being pressured by the military came on Wednesday when one of her key allies made a public apology for criticising the head of the army a day earlier.

    Regional bloc the Southern African Development Community (SADC) is due to hold emergency talks in Botswana on Thursday to discuss the crisis.

    Zimbabwean opposition leader Tendai Biti told the BBC he wanted to see a transitional authority in place.

    "It is urgent that we go back to democracy. It is urgent that we go back to legitimacy but we need a transitional period and I think, I hope, that dialogue can now be opened between the army and Zimbabweans, [that] dialogue can be opened between the army and regional bodies such as the SADC and, indeed, the African Union," he said.

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    There are very few black and Latinx investors, with only 2 percent of investment team members at VC firms identifying as black and just 1 percent identifying as Latinx, according to the National Venture Capital Association. This is where comes in., a pivot from HBCU to Startup, aims to diversify the white, male-dominated world of venture capital.'s program works with students attending historically black colleges and universities to teach them the fundamentals of venture capital and entrepreneurship.

    The goal of the remote-based program is educate underserved communities about VC and to build the next generation of venture capitalists and entrepreneur.

    "We haven't seen racial diversity in venture capital and realize how it has a huge impact on the overall tech ecosystem," founder Hadiyah Mujhid told TechCrunch. "What currently happens is investors invest within their network -- people they know. Those people then turn around and hire people they know within their network. There are these systematic structures in place that, by design, have locked out people of color."

    Through the program, students are paired with a VC mentor, work as interns at a venture capital firm and act as investors in their local college communities. The year-long program teaches students how to identify investment opportunities, conduct market research and make real funding decisions. mentors include Lo Toney of Google Ventures, Carolina Huaranca of Kapor Capital, Monique Woodard of 500 Startups, Richard Kerby of Venrock and others.'s first batch includes 11 students from three universities: Fisk, Florida A&M and Prairie View A&M. Students were not required to have any type of past experience in the startup and venture capital ecosystems. Instead, Mujhid said she "wanted to see a natural curiosity and passion around learning the industry."

    For this academic school year, the students have internships at firms like Cross Culture Ventures, Indie.VC, Kapor Capital and 500 Startups. Their internships entail doing a lot of the work an associate VC would do, Mujhid said. That means researching startups and trends, providing analysis and bringing more startups into the firm's portfolio.

    "We seem them as an extension of the funds they're working with in their local communities," Mujhid said. "We want to empower them as mini VCs to support entrepreneurs."

    Down the road, the plan is to get to 100 associates. Next year, is aiming to be at 12 universities with 40 students and then the following year get to 20 universities with 100 students.

    "The model is going to change and we’re currently investigating what it looks like for us to have our own independent venture fund and work directly through our venture fund as associates," Mujhid said.

    The program, which is totally free to students, is currently supported via a $100,000 grant from an organization that Mujhid was not able to disclose to me., a non-profit organization, also accepts donations through its website.

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    WaPo: Woman Accuses Roy Moore Of Sexual Encounter When She Was 14

    An Alabama woman accused the state’s Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore of initiating a sexual encounter with her when she was 14 years old and he was 32, the Washington Post reported on Thursday.

    Leigh Corfman told the Washington Post that Moore asked her for her phone number in 1979, when she was 14 years old, as she sat outside a courtroom while her mother was inside for a hearing.

    Days later, Corfman said, Moore drove her to his home, complimented her appearance, and kissed her. During a second visit to Moore’s home, Corfman told the Washington Post, Moore removed his and her clothes, touched her over her underwear, and guided her hand to do the same over his “tight white” undergarments.

    Corfman told the Washington Post, “I wasn’t ready for that — I had never put my hand on a man’s penis, much less an erect one.”

    “I wanted it over with — I wanted out,” Corfman told the Washington Post. She said she was thinking, “Please just get this over with. Whatever this is, just get it over.”

    Corfman told the Washington Post that she and Moore did not have intercourse, and that after she dressed, she asked Moore to take her home, and he did.

    The age of consent in Alabama is 16 years of age.

    The Washington Post reported that two of Corfman’s childhood friends said she told them she was involved with an older man, and one said Corfman identified Moore in particular.

    Nancy Wells, Corfman’s mother, told the Washington Post that Corfman told her about the encounter more than a decade later.

    The Washington Post reported that three other women said Moore pursued them when he was in his early 30s and they were in their teens, between the ages of 16 and 18, but none of them said Moore coerced them into sexual encounters.

    Wendy Miller told the Washington Post that Moore first approached her when she was 14 years old, and asked her on dates when she was 16 years old. Her mother squashed the latter, according to Miller.

    Debbie Wesson Gibson told the Washington Post that Moore asked her out when she was 17 years old and that they went on several dates but their physical involvement was limited to kissing.

    Gloria Thacker Deason told the Washington Post that Moore began taking her on dates that involved alcohol when she was 18 years old. The legal drinking age in Alabama, according to the Washington Post, was 19 years of age.

    Moore denied the claims in the report.

    “These allegations are completely false and are a desperate political attack by the National Democrat Party and the Washington Post on this campaign,” Moore said in a statement to the Washington Post.

    In a statement to reporters, Moore’s campaign called the allegations a “last ditch Hail Mary” by “national liberal organizations.”

    The campaign noted that the Washington Post’s editorial board endorsed Democratic candidate Doug Jones and claimed the Washington Post has “engaged in a systematic campaign to distort the truth about the Judge’s record and career and derail his campaign” for months.

    “In fact, just two days ago, the Foundation for Moral Law sent a retraction demand to the Post for the false stories they wrote about the Judge’s work and compensation,” the campaign said. “After over 40 years of public service, if any of these allegations were true, they would have been made public long before now.”

    Moore has a long history of controversial comments, many related to sexuality. In 2005, he said homosexual activity should be illegal and compared it to bestiality. In November 2016, he said a Supreme Court ruling that required states to license and recognize same-sex marriage was “even worse in a sense” than Dred Scott.

    In October, he said that the federal judge who blocked President Donald Trump’s policy that would have excluded transgender people from military service “should be impeached,” and incorrectly claimed the American Psychiatric Association considered “transgenderism to be a mental disorder” until 2013.

    Elected Republicans have nevertheless embraced him for his party affiliation.

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    FILE - in this Nov. 15, 2017, photo, medical doctor Lee Cook-jong describes the parasites found inside the body of a North Korean soldier at Ajou University Medical Center in Suwon, South Korea. Hospital officials say on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, the condition of the North Korean soldier severely wounded by gunfire while escaping to South Korea is gradually improving after two surgeries but it's too early to tell whether he makes a recovery.(Kim In-chul/Yonhap via AP, File)
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Surgeons treating a North Korean soldier who was severely wounded by gunfire while escaping to South Korea have removed dozens of parasites from his body, including presumed roundworms as long as 27 centimeters (11 inches), hospital officials said.


    The soldier, whose name and rank have not been disclosed, defected to South Korea last Monday by driving a military jeep near a line that divides the Koreas and then rushing across it under a barrage of bullets. Hospital officials said Saturday that it was too early to tell whether he will make a recovery.

    While treating the wounds, surgeons found the large parasites, which may be reflective of poor nutrition and health in North Korea's military, the hospital said. Doctors measured the soldier as being 1.7 meters (5.6 feet) tall, but weighing just 60 kilograms (132 pounds).

    "I spent more than 20 years of experience as a surgeon, but I have not found parasites this big in the intestines of South Koreans," Lee Cook-jong, who leads the soldier's medical team, told reporters last week.

    Lee is a famous trauma specialist who was hailed as a hero in 2011 after conducting life-saving surgeries on the captain of a South Korean freighter ship who was shot during a rescue mission after being held by Somali pirates.

    While the North Korean soldier's vital signs were stabilizing on Saturday, he continued to remain unconscious and relying on a breathing machine. After consecutive surgeries to repair internal organ damage and other injuries, no further surgeries are planned as of yet, said Shin Mi-jeong, an official at the Ajou University Medical Center near Seoul.

    South Korea's military said four North Korean soldiers used handguns and AK rifles to fire about 40 rounds at their former comrade, who was hit at least five times. He was found beneath a pile of leaves on the southern side of the Joint Security Area, and South Korean troops crawled there to recover him. A United Nations Command helicopter later transported him to the Ajou hospital.

    It remains unclear whether the North Koreans chasing the soldier fired at him even after he crossed into the southern side of the border, which would be a violation of an armistice agreement that ended the 1950-53 Korean War. The U.N. Command, which is investigating the incident, postponed a plan to release video footage of the soldier's escape on Thursday.

    The Joint Security Area is jointly overseen by the American-led U.N. Command and by North Korea, with South Korean and North Korean border guards facing each other only meters (feet) apart. It is located inside the 4-kilometer (2 1/2-mile) -wide Demilitarized Zone, which forms the de facto border between the Koreas since the Korean War.

    Sooo hold up all that shit about the north koreans being these badass soldiers and this may be the condition of these niggas!!!!

    infested with worms etc nigga drove to south korea so he could save his own life from fucking worms smfh or start the zombie apocalypse

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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.

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  • 11/12/17--20:37: Best Customer Experience
  • What was your best customer experience and why?

    Was it the brand?

    The salesppl/person?

    Let it be known

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    USMC Investigating Video Of US Marines Drinking, Screaming N-Word

    The United States Marine Corps is investigating a video appearing to show U.S. Marines drinking from a beer bong and repeatedly screaming "F*** N*****S" into a cell phone.

    The video spreading across social media appears to show several U.S. Marines screaming the racial epithet and smiling into the cell phone camera. The under 16-second video was first posted to Snapchat on Friday before being shared by New Jersey activist and teacher Zellie Imani, who tweeted the video at the official USMC account. Imani asked if the actions seen in the video were "commonplace" within the U.S. Marine Corps.

    The official U.S. Marines account responded Saturday via Twitter, saying they are investigating the matter and that it doesn't represent the values of the Marine Corps. The video has received thousands of retweets and replies as well as appearing on websites including The Root and Worldstarhiphop.

    "The actions depicted in the videos are not in keeping with the high standard of conduct to which we hold all our Marines. We will thoroughly investigate the matter and take appropriate action based on the results of the investigation," responded the USMC Twitter account.

    Several commenters responded that the statement from the Marines was too "generic" and called for the Marines to immediately be kicked out of the military. Others said they were confident that those responsible "would be dealt with" by the Marine Corps.

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  • 11/17/17--05:33: where the torrent sites?
  • outside of the piratesbay

    where the torrent at?

    not the porn torrents but the movies shits

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