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    http://www.latimes.com/business/hollywood/la-fi-brett-ratner-russell-simmons-20171119-htmlstory.html

    Keri Claussen Khalighi was a 17-year-old fashion model from a farka when she met Brett Ratner and Russell Simmons at a casting call.

    Ratner was an up-and-coming music video director and a protege of Simmons, the Def Jam Recordings mogul. They took Khalighi to dinner one night in 1991 at Mr. Chow in New York, and then back to Simmons’ apartment to show her a music video they’d been working on.

    Quickly, Simmons began making aggressive sexual advances, yanking off her clothes, Khalighi said.

    “I looked over at Brett and said ‘help me’ and I'll never forget the look on his face,” she recalled. “In that moment, the realization fell on me that they were in it together.”

    Khalighi said that Simmons, who was then about twice her age, tried to force her to have intercourse. “I fought it wildly,” she said. He eventually relented and coerced her to perform oral sex, she alleged. “I guess I just acquiesced.”

    Ratner, meanwhile, “just sat there and watched,” she said.

    Feeling “disgusting,” Khalighi said she went to take a shower. Minutes later, she alleged, Simmons walked up behind her in the shower and briefly penetrated her without her consent. She said she jerked away, then he left. “It hurt so much.”

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  • 10/13/17--20:46: Body bag thread

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    I was at the store the other day looking at board games and thinking of getting some shit I've never played, like Risk.

    Is Risk hard? I know the gist of the game but don't know how to play it.


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    Before u crybabys n white knights come in here this a players ball...its natural for men to be with alot of women

    I got one bitch thats caked up...house car etc....but i want another side piece...i been using snapchat n other text apps...phone locks


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    Side piece tried to extort my man? Smh..


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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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    ... or not.

    https://www.freep.com/story/news/2017/12/12/coldwater-police-excessive-force-lawsuit/945390001/

    Coldwater, MI — Last July, Tiffany McNeil would walk into the Branch County Jail in handcuffs only to leave in a stretcher moments later after being brutally assaulted by a police officer and knocked unconscious.

    What happened while McNeil, 31, was being processed into jail that fateful day is now the subject of a federal lawsuit alleging that police used excessive force and then lied about what happened. The incident—in which a half dozen cops stood by and watched their brother in blue smash a handcuffed woman’s face into the pavement—was also captured on video.

    “It was absolutely egregious, disgusting, thug-like conduct,” McNeil’s attorney, Solomon Radner, said. “You don’t expect that from police officers, and it shouldn’t be tolerated.”

    On July 24, police were called to McNeil’s home by her husband during an argument. According to the lawsuit, McNeil had been drinking which sparked the argument.

    McNeil was arrested and brought to the Branch County Jail to be processed for the incident. As police bring her into the secured entrance, we can see this disturbing scenario unfold.

    The woman-beating cop, identified in the lawsuit as Lewis Eastmead, is seen shoving McNeil’s face into the concrete wall for several minutes. The entire time, McNeil is non-combative and not resisting in the least—not to mention, she’s in handcuffs.

    All of the sudden, the officer begins pressing her face into the wall with both hands before pulling her backward and slamming her face-first into the concrete floor. McNeil was knocked out immediately.

    During the attack on the restrained woman, five other cops watched as their brother in blue degraded the young woman by shoving her face into the wall and not a single one of them intervened as he slammed her to the floor.

    In a most disturbing image, once Eastmead realizes McNeil is knocked unconscious, he rolls his victim over to reveal a puddle of blood on the floor coming from the massive gash in her head.

    “I told you to relax,” the officer yells, with his knee now on McNeil’s back as she lay motionless on the ground.

    For nearly 15 minutes, police prodded the unconscious woman as she lay entirely unresponsive on the concrete. Finally, EMTs arrive and bring her to the hospital where, according to Radner, McNeil received 17 stitches and was treated for a concussion.

    After being treated in the hospital, police charged McNeil with felony resisting a police officer. To justify this charge, police then lied on their report, claiming McNeil was being “combative” and “actively resisting arrest,” according to the lawsuit.

    Obviously, McNeil was not being combative as we can clearly see that fact in the video. She was doing nothing wrong when Eastmead attacked her.

    Radner explained that police brought the felony charge against her to force her into taking a plea deal for the domestic misdemeanor charge to which she pleaded no contest. The felony resisting charge was then dropped.

    According to the Detroit Free Press, Eastmead and about a dozen other officers and police department supervisors, including the officers who witnessed the incident, are listed among the defendants, with some identified by name and others listed as John Doe. McNeil is also suing the city of Coldwater.

    Along with the excessive force claim, the lawsuit alleges unreasonable seizure; abuse of process and malicious prosecution; that the other police officers failed to intervene “to prevent the violation of Ms. McNeil’s constitutional rights,” and that city failed to properly screen, train and supervise its police officers. It seeks at least $75,000 in damages.

    As for Eastmead, he is still a cop on the Coldwater force.

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    https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/14/disney-to-buy-21st-century-fox-assets.html

    Bob Iger (R), CEO of Walt Disney Co. and Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO of News Corp. Disney to buy 21st Century Fox assets in a deal worth more than $52 billion in stock
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    Disney on Thursday announced a deal to acquire many parts of Twenty-First Century Fox for $52.4 billion in stock. The company will get Fox's movie studios, networks Nat Geo and FX, Asian pay-TV operator Star TV, and stakes in Sky, Endemol Shine Group and Hulu, as well as regional sports networks.

    The acquisition values the combined Fox business at $29.54 per share, based on Disney's closing share price Wednesday. The deal has a total value of approximately $66.1 billion, with Disney assuming $13.7 billion of Fox's net debt.

    Shares of Fox were up fractionally in early trading; Disney traded 1.2 percent higher.

    The acquisition bolsters Disney's plans to become a dominant streaming service platform, making it a bigger threat to Netflix.

    "The more desirable content they have, the better they will be able to compete in terms of trying to sell a subscription offering at a time there's so much competition for subscription-based services," said eMarketer senior analyst Paul Verna.

    Bob Iger will remain Disney's chairman and CEO through the end of 2021, at the request of the board of directors of both companies. Disney emphasized the importance of Iger to integrate the acquisition, saying in a statement that "extending his tenure is in the best interests of our company and our shareholders."

    Iger, speaking shortly after the deal's announcement, said on Disney-owned ABC that Fox CEO James Murdoch, son of Rupert Murdoch, will help Disney with the transition.

    "James and I will be talking over the next number of months. He's going to be integral to the integration process, and he and I will be discussing whether there is a role for him or not at our company," Iger said on "Good Morning America."

    Burbank, California-based Disney said acquiring Fox will yield at least $2 billion in cost savings. Disney will issue about 515 million new shares to current Fox stockholders, who will have about a 25 percent stake in the new Disney.

    Before the acquisition closes, the remaining Fox conglomerate will pay an $8.5 billion cash dividend to shareholders of Twenty-First Century Fox, with the former saying it expects to continue to pay out a "strong regular dividend."

    Disney announced plans in August to start stand-alone streaming services and pull its movies off Netflix starting in 2019. No subscription price has been set for its upcoming movie and TV plan, but the company said it will be "substantially below" Netflix's price. Disney also will create a stand-alone ESPN digital service with access to 10,000 additional live sporting events.

    Disney has said its content service will have a smaller library than Netflix. Still, it has some fan-favorite titles including its animated features, "Marvel" and "Star Wars" films. Adding Fox's repertoire of content — which includes the "X-Men," "Alien" and "Predator" franchises in addition to shows like "The Simpsons," "Family Guy" and "The X-Files" — will only make it stronger.

    "Both companies are so deep in terms of what they have," Verna said. "The decision to subscribe to a streaming service often comes down to: 'Does the content match what I, as a consumer, am interested in?'"

    On ABC Thursday, Iger said the new company doesn't expect to reach the "scale of Netflix quickly," but aims to be a major competitor.

    The deal puts Netflix in a more precarious situation because it may lose some of this content. Netflix will also have tospend more to remain competitive. However, Netflix has already acknowledged it can't rely on other media companies' shows and movies and is focusing on its own content. The company has projected it will spend $8 billion next year.

    The Disney-Fox merger solidifies Netflix's in-house production strategy as a smart one, Verna said. And since Netflix's service is already established, Disney will face a stiffer battle than Netflix, Verna said: The market is already full of over-the-top video companies that offer premium content without requiring a cable or satellite subscription. It also is unclear how many of Fox's titles Disney will get streaming rights for, as well as if it will pass federal antitrust laws.

    "Would Netflix rather have all this Disney and Fox content?" Verna said. "Yes. Will they crumble as a result of not having it? I don't think so."

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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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    The shooting of an Australian woman by US police has raised serious concerns after it was revealed the officers did not have their body cameras turned on.

    Justine Damond, aged 40, was shot dead in Minneapolis about 11:30pm local time on Saturday after two officers responded to a report of a possible assault.
    Her stepson Zach Damond, 22, said she called police after hearing a noise in the alleyway near their house in the suburb of Fulton.

    "At one point an officer fired their weapon, fatally striking a woman," the police department said.

    "Officers were dispatched. When officers responded, an officer-involved shooting occurred, which resulted in one adult female victim who is deceased and which has prompted our callout to the BCA [Bureau of Criminal Apprehension].

    "The BCA will now further be conducting this investigation, this officer-involved shooting, from this point forward."

    Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges said in a statement that she was "heartsick and deeply disturbed by the incident".

    "I'm seeking answers to the questions we all have, and will make sure to keep the communication flowing," she said.

    Ms Hodges said she understood the police body cameras and squad camera, which were introduced to the Minneapolis Police Department last year, were not switched on when the shooting occurred.

    The two officers involved have been placed on paid administrative leave, which is standard procedure.

    A rally organised by local activist Mel Reeves was held at the site of the shooting, while other community members gathered for a vigil in Ms Damond's neighbourhood.

    Local media say neighbours are mystified as to what occurred.

    Zach Damond spoke at the vigil calling for more information and transparency from the authorities.

    "Basically my mum is dead because a police officer shot her for reasons I don't know, and I demand answers," Mr Damond said.

    "I just know that she heard a sound in the alley so she called the police, and the cops showed up.

    "And she probably… thought something bad was happening and then the next thing, they take my best friend's life.

    "I'm so done with all this violence, it's so much bullshit.

    "America sucks, these cops need to be trained differently and I need to move out of here."
    The shooting has reopened a deep rift between community members and the authorities as it comes one year after Minneapolis man Philando Castile was shot and killed by Minneapolis police officer Jeronimo Yanez.

    A video from the aftermath of last year's shooting was livestreamed on Facebook.

    It showed a woman interacting with an armed officer as the fatally injured man lay on the footpath.

    The local community was left reeling after Mr Yanez was acquitted of all charges exactly one month ago and fired by the City of Saint Anthony.

    Leslie Redmond, the vice-president for the Minneapolis NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People), has called for a federal investigation into the latest shooting.

    "I am shocked and appalled by the limited amount of information available right now. What are they covering up?" she said.
    Minnesota newspaper The Star Tribune reports Ms Damond was dressed in her pyjamas when she went to the driver’s side door of the police vehicle that responded to the emergency call.
    She was talking to the driver when the officer in the passenger seat pulled out his gun and shot across his fellow officer.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-17/australian-woman-shot-dead-by-police-in-minneapolis/8714330

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  • 12/14/17--14:42: How often yall get sick?
  • Im talkin colds/allergies/other random shit..i literally used to get colds every other month but this year, i havent been sick since early this year..i did start dieting and eating better but i dunno if that caused my immune system to get stronger? i work in public so i stay around ppl all day and every other person seems to be coughing or hacking some shit into the air plus some in these areas i work in be dirty as fuck but i havent caught shit in forever, wat about yall??

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    ... and she says it with full conviction too.

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    Fair / Foul ?

    Is she teaching these young women self-value / self-ho'ism ?

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  • 12/14/17--19:50: White Posters: Dedication
  • Shout out to every active white poster on the I.c. Streets.

    Y’all mfs got some thick skin for real. All the race related shit posted yet y’all still contribute.

    That’s dedication. That’s black power right there. Y’all know and see what your melanin deficient brethren refuses to acknowledge.

    I’m surrounded by white ppl all day everyday during business hours. If only 20% of the whites I deal with had y’all level of understanding, my days would be so much easier.

    Most of the Caucasian posters have fallen to the wayside but the ones that remain....salute

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    NBA 2k???


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    Brahhh how i missed it ..STORM FRONT Is back online the leading white nationalist website is back running...

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