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[Comedy] @PallaviGunalan microdosing a relationship by getting into arguments with my male friends Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[Sunday Funnies] Sunday Funnies

The post Sunday Funnies appeared first on Flopping Aces.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[America] The Bookworm Thinker of 17 Oct. 2021

Ms. Book W. Room, writing under the nom de guerre of Andrea Widburg, is employed by the conservative site, American Thinker, to edit submissions to the site and to write several daily posts of her own.  Below are her posts on this date.  Since commentary to the posts are restricted

The post The Bookworm Thinker of 17 Oct. 2021 appeared first on Bookworm Room.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[2021 News] The Gavin Newsom/California Democrat created port clusterf**k

The Gavin Newsom/California Democrat created port clusterf**k. Basically, if you have a truck that is non-compliant you can sell it out of state or scrap it because you can’t use it in the People’s Republic of California. The next time your store shelves are empty, send Gavin a thank you note. The trucking issue with […]

The post The Gavin Newsom/California Democrat created port clusterf**k appeared first on IHTM.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[] Massive civil asset forfeitures are still going on Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[Politics] Where’s your MASK Joe? Maskless Biden breathes old man GERMS all over D.C. restaurant in violation of mask MANDATE You know this story really speaks for itself. The elites are always about do as I say not as I do, whether it’s lecturing about climate from their private jets, tweeting at . . . Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[World] America's strength doesn't reside in the system, it resides in the people

Most of the public discourse in this country is about what is wrong, what needs fixing. This is as it should be. Things that are going well should be mostly left alone.

Everyone once in a while, however, it is worth thinking about what makes this nation great.  

To ... Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM

[World] The Left’s Bisexual, Self-Obsessed Narcissistic Superman Reflects Itself Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[30b61a8a-7c03-55ba-8b0b-6bdac51e5d7f] Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker engaged Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian are taking their love to the next level. Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[World] Journalism Turns on the First Amendment

Liberal journalists at outlets like the Huffington Post have appointed themselves as the country's speech police.

The post Journalism Turns on the First Amendment appeared first on The American Conservative.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[Anti-Americanism] Superman will no longer fight for “the American way” (Paul Mirengoff) John wrote here about how the Superman character will come out as bisexual in the latest DC Comics series. But there’s more to the new Superman. According to this report, Superman will no longer be said to fight for “truth, justice, and the American way.” The motto will be changed to “truth, justice, and a better tomorrow.” DC Comics defends the change on the theory that Superman does, indeed, fight Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[In The News] Medal of Honor Monday: Marine Corps Col. Gregory Boyington

by Katie Lange -

If you’re a Marine Corps aviator, you’ve likely heard tales of Col. Gregory “Pappy” Boyington, one of the service’s greatest pilots. Boyington’s exploits during World War II became so famous that they were made into a TV show. But behind the scenes, his leadership vastly helped the Allies in the …

Medal of Honor Monday: Marine Corps Col. Gregory Boyington is posted on Conservative Daily News - Where Americans go for news, current events and commentary they can trust - Conservative News Website for U.S. News, Political Cartoons and more.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[Health Care] This Doctor Opposes COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate. Now His State Won’t Let Him Practice Medicine.

Dr. Stephen Skoly is a well-known oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Rhode Island. He has been called to testify before lawmakers and serves as chairman... Read More

The post This Doctor Opposes COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate. Now His State Won’t Let Him Practice Medicine. appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[BDRY] ZIM Integrated, Danaos: The Reports Of Containerships Death Are Greatly Exaggerated Published:10/18/2021 6:42:21 AM
[Campus] Nebraska Department of Education Excluded Religious Groups From Sex Ed Curriculum Team

The Nebraska Department of Education (NDE) shut out religious groups from a controversial curriculum development process, according to internal documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

The post Nebraska Department of Education Excluded Religious Groups From Sex Ed Curriculum Team appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Transport] What to do with Britain’s railways in the post-Covid era?

Troubles for governments rarely come alone. Another is hurtling along the track towards us like a high-speed train – what to do with Britain’s railways in the post-Covid era. Recently I’ve been travelling by train quite a lot again. You generally have plenty of room. Passenger journeys are running at only about 55-60% of pre-Covid … Continue reading "What to do with Britain’s railways in the post-Covid era?"

The post What to do with Britain’s railways in the post-Covid era? appeared first on Institute of Economic Affairs.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Entertainment] Ready to talk about the shocking finale of ‘You’ Season 3? One of the breakout stars explains all. "You" keeps getting more gruesome, but also more addicting. And Tati Gabrielle, one of this season's breakout stars, knows why. Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Markets] Wall Street set for weaker start as stock futures fall Wall Street set for weaker start as stock futures fall Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Tech] Watch Apple’s ‘Unleashed’ event live right here

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Apple is set to announce new hardware today. The company is holding a (virtual) keynote at 10 AM PT (1 PM in New York, 6 PM in London, 7 PM in Paris). And you’ll be able to watch the event right here as the company is streaming it live.

Rumor has it that the company is set to announce some new Macs. Over the past year, Apple has updated its entry-level computers with new custom-designed M1 chips. And now, the company could bring its own chips to higher-end computers, such as a 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, a new Mac Mini and a 27-inch iMac.

Apple could use this opportunity to redesign its laptops from the ground up with new display technologies, a new array of ports and a new form factor in general. But that’s not all. Apple has also been working on an updated version of its entry-level AirPods.

You can watch the livestream directly on this page, as Apple is streaming its conference on YouTube.

If you have an Apple TV, you can open the TV app and look for the ‘Apple Special Event’ section. It lets you stream today’s event and rewatch old ones.

And if you don’t have an Apple TV and don’t want to use YouTube, the company also lets you livestream the event from the Apple Events section on its website. This video feed now works in all major browsers — Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome.

Source: Tech crunch

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Markets] China Denies Financial Times' Report Of Hypersonic Missile Test China Denies Financial Times' Report Of Hypersonic Missile Test

Update (Monday 0700ET): On Monday, China's Foreign Ministry denied Financial Times' claim that the country had tested a hypersonic weapon in space, according to state-owned media outlet CGTN

"It was not a missile, it was a space vehicle," ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters at a regular press briefing in Beijing when asked about FT's story. 

Lijian said, "it's understood that this was a routine test of a space vehicle to verify the technology of spacecraft's reusability," adding that the significance of a reusability test is that it can "provide a cheap and convenient method for humans to peacefully travel to and from space," he added. 

The foreign ministry also said the test had taken place in July, not in August, as reported by FT.

Lijian's comments remain vague as he didn't describe what sort of vehicle. What is evident is that a reusable experimental spacecraft was tested. Sometimes the part of the missile that carries warheads is referred to as a "vehicle." 

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In Joe Biden's America, a U.S. Army Major General took to Twitter to complain about the Army's policy on French manicures. At the same time, reports surface the Chinese are busy launching a hypersonic weapon that flies around the world. 

Major General Jo Clyborne's first-world problems are no place for Twitter as the U.S. continues to lose the hypersonic race against China

The world learned on Saturday evening that China had made "astounding progress on hypersonic weapons and was far more advanced than U.S. officials realized," sources told F.T

In August, the Chinese military launched a rocket that catapulted a hypersonic glide vehicle into low-Earth-orbit. It flew around the world before missing its target by only two dozen miles, three sources said. 

The latest test raises an abundance of questions about China's rapid military modernization, which is beating the U.S. in the hypersonic weapons race. 

"We have no idea how they did this," a fourth source said, referring to China's ability to fly a hypersonic glide vehicle across the world.

Two sources said that China could, in theory, fly the weapon over the South Pole, a region that U.S. missile defense systems lack coverage. 

John Kirby, the press secretary for the Department of Defense, said the Pentagon views China as a great challenger as both countries race towards developing and fielding hypersonic weapons that fly multiple times faster than sound. 

"We have made clear our concerns about the military capabilities China continues to pursue, capabilities that only increase tensions in the region and beyond," Kirby said.

But a spokesman for China, Liu Pengyu, said Beijing has no interest in global domination.

"We are not at all interested in having an arms race with other countries," Liu said.

"In contrast, the U.S. has in recent years been fabricating excuses like 'the China threat' to justify its arms expansion and development of hypersonic weapons. This has directly intensified the arms race in this category and severely undermined global strategic stability."

As hypersonic weapons are heralded as the next game-changing weapon for militaries worldwide, China's latest test suggests the U.S. is losing the hypersonic race, which may explain why Pentagon Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering Michael Griffin previously said that developing hypersonic capabilities was "the highest technical priority," according to Defense News.

Tyler Durden Mon, 10/18/2021 - 07:00
Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
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[Volokh Conspiracy] [Josh Blackman] Today in Supreme Court History: October 18, 1960 10/18/1960: Gomillion v. Lightfoot argued. Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[fa30023e-f129-5c3a-8661-85a15e8bc319] Newt Gingrich: Big Government Socialism isn't 'free' – all programs taxpayer-funded, meaning YOU pay for them The Big Government Socialists who have taken over the Democratic Party love to talk about "free" programs. Don’t fall for it. Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Politics] Despite promises to lift some Trump sanctions, Biden leaves Cuba in deep freeze

Despite campaign promises on Cuba, President Biden has not opened paths on the remittances and travel some say would most help islanders.

Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Markets] Europe Markets: Valneva shares spike after saying vaccine candidate outperformed AstraZeneca’s Valneva's wild stock-price rise continued on Monday after the French biotech said its coronavirus vaccine candidate outperformed AstraZeneca's in a trial.
Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Home Slider] LIVE: Ahmaud Arbery Case Day 1

Hey folks, Today begins our live, real-time coverage of the trial proceedings in the Ahmaud Arbery case, in which defendants Greg McMichael, his son Travis McMichael, and neighbor William “Roddy” Bryan are on trial for murder and other felony charges over the death of Ahmaud...

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Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Markets] Stock market news live updates: Stock futures drop as inflation concerns outweigh earnings optimism Stronger-than-expected earnings and economic data helped lift the S&P 500 by the most in seven months Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[] The Morning Report – 10/18/2021 Friends, Morons, Countrymen. Be patient – J.J. Sefton will be back by the end of this week. There’s no smorgasbord of links today, but here are a few things to chew on. ***** Who’s In Charge Here? Pete Buttigieg was... Published:10/18/2021 6:42:20 AM
[Media] A Banner Week for Journalistic Integrity

It's been a banner week for journalistic integrity.

The post A Banner Week for Journalistic Integrity appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Hacker] Attackers Behind Trickbot Expanding Malware Distribution Channels

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The operators behind the pernicious TrickBot malware have resurfaced with new tricks that aim to increase its foothold by expanding its distribution channels, ultimately leading to the deployment of ransomware such as Conti.

The threat actor, tracked under the monikers ITG23 and Wizard Spider, has been found to partner with other cybercrime gangs known Hive0105, Hive0106 (aka TA551 or Shathak), and Hive0107, adding to a growing number of campaigns that the attackers are banking on to deliver proprietary malware, according to a report by IBM X-Force.

"These and other cybercrime vendors are infecting corporate networks with malware by hijacking email threads, using fake customer response forms and social engineering employees with a fake call center known as BazarCall," researchers Ole Villadsen and Charlotte Hammond said.

Since emerging on the threat landscape in 2016, TrickBot has evolved from a banking trojan to a modular Windows-based crimeware solution, while also standing out for its resilience, demonstrating the ability to maintain and update its toolset and infrastructure despite multiple efforts by law enforcement and industry groups to take it down. Besides TrickBot, the Wizard Spider group has been credited with the development of BazarLoader and a backdoor called Anchor.

While attacks mounted earlier this year relied on email campaigns delivering Excel documents and a call center ruse dubbed "BazaCall" to deliver malware to corporate users, recent intrusions beginning around June 2021 have been marked by a partnership with two cybercrime affiliates to augment its distribution infrastructure by leveraging hijacked email threads and fraudulent website customer inquiry forms on organization websites to deploy Cobalt Strike payloads.

"This move not only increased the volume of its delivery attempts but also diversified delivery methods with the goal of infecting more potential victims than ever," the researchers said.

In one infection chain observed by IBM in late August 2021, the Hive0107 affiliate is said to have adopted a new tactic that involves sending email messages to target companies informing that their websites have been performing distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on its servers, urging the recipients to click on a link for additional evidence. Once clicked, the link instead downloads a ZIP archive containing a malicious JavaScript (JS) downloader that, in turn, contacts a remote URL to fetch the BazarLoader malware to drop Cobalt Strike and TrickBot.

"ITG23 has also adapted to the ransomware economy through the creation of the Conti ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) and the use of its BazarLoader and Trickbot payloads to gain a foothold for ransomware attacks," the researchers concluded. "This latest development demonstrates the strength of its connections within the cybercriminal ecosystem and its ability to leverage these relationships to expand the number of organizations infected with its malware."

Source: The Hacker News

Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[America] The Bookworm Thinker For 16 Oct. 2021

Ms. Book W. Room, writing under the nom de guerre of Andrea Widburg, is employed by the conservative site, American Thinker, to edit submissions to the site and to write several daily posts of her own.  Below are her posts on this date.  Since commentary to the posts are restricted

The post The Bookworm Thinker For 16 Oct. 2021 appeared first on Bookworm Room.

Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[b1c611ad-7657-5b56-8fd6-29d6f357c2fc] Jim Breslo: Gavin Newsom's woke plans now include toys, lawn mowers and even restrooms Democrats have a monopoly on power in California. They hold super-majorities in both legislative houses, every state-wide office, every big city mayoral position, and literally every seat on the L.A. and San Francisco city councils. Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[] Biden battles Pelosi over reconciliation bill Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Markets] The Dow is on track for its best October in 6 years and third-quarter earnings are strong so far. What could go wrong? Look at us, as actor Paul Rudd might say. Indeed, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is on track for its best month since March when it rose 6.62%, FactSet data show. The S&P 500 (SPX) is off 1.45% from its record high at 4,536.95 and the Nasdaq Composite (COMP) is 3.1% of from its Sept. 7 all-time high finish at 15,374.33. Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Politics] Woke Walmart is pushing CRITICAL RACE THEORY too: US a ‘white-supremacy system’ The best way to tell that critical race theory is bad and everywhere is that libs in the media keep saying it’s good but nowhere. The more they object that they aren’t . . . Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[World] Democrats' Clean Electricity Performance Program is a sham

Switching from affordable, reliable energy to expensive, intermittent energy does not make the economy stronger.  Raising taxes does not make the economy stronger.

In a bizarre twist, Democrats want us to believe their Clean Electricity Performance Program (CEPP) is a policy double negative: Raising taxes and forcing consumers to use ... Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM

[2021 News] Supply chain issues. Thank the Biden administration.

Supply chain issues. Thank the Biden administration. Thank you. Followed all and RTd.@Gottabfishin ?? pic.twitter.com/lOmNYT79Ww — Veteran Wayne (@Gottabfishin) October 16, 2021

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Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[] Was The Moderna Booster Approved Despite Poor Data? Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Uncategorized] China Mad U.S. Sub Didn’t Sink In South China Sea

On October 2, 2021, a Seawolf-class-fast attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN 22) struck an unknown object deep in the China Sea.  Some people theorize that our sub ran into Joe Biden’s approval rating but China thinks that Washington is “covering up” the incident.”  They are madder than a wet hen and this is what they […]

The post China Mad U.S. Sub Didn’t Sink In South China Sea appeared first on Flopping Aces.

Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Entertainment] Robert Durst tests positive for coronavirus days after he’s sentenced to life for murder, attorney says “I’m very concerned about his health,” Dick DeGuerin, one of Durst's attorneys, told The Washington Post of his client's covid-19 infection. Durst, 78, was just sentenced to life in prison for the 2000 murder of Susan Berman. Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Markets] : ‘It’s a toxic-masculinity thing’: Pete Buttigieg faced bitter backlash for taking paternity leave — why it’s time for the stigma to end Fox News host Tucker Carlson and others have criticized the transportation secretary for his recent paternity leave, but others have asserted the value of such bonding time.
Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Democrats] Texas poised to redistrict Jackson Lee or Green out of Congress (Paul Mirengoff) Texas Republicans have come up with a congressional redistricting plan. The plan would, in the loaded words of the Washington Post, “siphon[] off thousands of [Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s] Black constituents and potentially forc[e] her into a primary election against her neighboring Black incumbent, Rep. Al Green.” This is a wonderful development. Jackson Lee, who once compared the Tea Party to the KKK, has no redeeming quality I’ve ever detected. Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Politics] Karen Bass opens her mayoral campaign — but one prominent backer is missing

Rep. Karen Bass kicked off her campaign for L.A. mayor in front of a crowd of 700 supporters. One notable absence, though, was felt: Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas.

Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Entertainment] Elvira Pulls Back the Curtain on Her Beloved Halloween Persona, 40 Years Later Elvira, Cassandra Peterson, 1990The Mistress of the Dark is making all our undead dreams come true. Cassandra Peterson a.k.a. Elvira has been making audiences swoon, laugh and shiver in fear for over 40 years as a...
Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[548e7fb0-39ce-54ab-a7c2-bddfb0f19bba] Ryan Reynolds reveals he's taking a 'little sabbatical' from making movies Ryan Reynolds announced he intends to take a "little sabbatical" from movie making after completing his latest project "Spirited." Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Guns] [Eugene Volokh] Prof. Renée Lettow Lerner (GW) Guest-Blogging About the Second and Seventh Amendments I'm delighted to report that Prof. Renée Lettow Lerner, of the George Washington University Law School, will be guest-blogging this coming week about her new article, The Resilience of Substantive Rights and the False Hope of Procedural Rights: The Case of the Second Amendment and the Seventh Amendment, 116 Northwestern Law Review 275 (2021). Prof.… Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Uncategorized] Providence Anti-Critical Race Whistleblower Teacher Ramona Bessinger Taunted In Troubling Schoolyard Incident

After an administrative "pre-disciplinary hearing" that the Wall Street Journal has called a "pretext" to punish Bessinger for publicly criticizing the district's Critical Race curriculum, Bessinger found herself isolated and surrounded in a circle by 10-12 male students who were taunting her.

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Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[] Saturday Overnight Open Thread (10/16/21) *** The Saturday Night Joke I bought a new truck. It'll run on hydrogen, gasoline, or E85. Had to go back to the dealer yesterday because I couldn't get the radio to work. The service technician explained that the... Published:10/17/2021 1:42:12 AM
[Markets] David Hogg Rebuked Again, Youth Gun Sports Leagues See "Record-Setting" Participation David Hogg Rebuked Again, Youth Gun Sports Leagues See "Record-Setting" Participation

Op-Ed via The Machine Gun Nest (TMGN). 

Gun Control activist David Hogg can't seem to catch a break. His viewpoint that younger people are more anti-gun appears to be continuously rebuked by new reports from this post-COVID world. 

Most recently, the NRA reported that the USA Clay Target League (USACTL) had its biggest year yet for student-athletes. Almost 40,000 will be participating in programs in the fall. Both male and female students compete on the same team, meaning that not just young males are represented here. 

"Despite constant challenges both last year and this year, we are pleased to have our largest fall registration numbers ever," said John Nelson, president of the USACTL. "The record-setting participation this fall is the result of the incredible efforts of coaches and families to overcome ongoing issues with the pandemic and ammunition shortages."

In this post-COVID world, not only are people connecting more with the outdoors, but they're also starting to connect with shooting sports as well. The popularity of shooting sports has grown exponentially since 2020. We can speak to that here at TMGN as many of new customers have become increasingly interested in competitive shooting, especially our millennial customers. 

This is a big sign, as we wrote about before and continued to highlight that David Hogg's assertations that this large crowd of young anti-gun voters chomping at the bit to saw AR15s in half is a fantasy at best.

The interesting thing about people who get into competitive shooting as opposed to someone who bought a gun during the panic buy is, while those who bought during the panic buy are likely to change their minds on gun ownership, they may not continue to engage heavily with those in firearms culture or have conversations that advance their views. On the other hand, those who compete are exposed to more ideas and have more informed opinions on firearms, typically leading them to be more pro-gun. 

The reality of the situation is that millennials and Gen Z are becoming more conservative and have positive attitudes towards guns. According to Forbes, "Gen Z is more individualistic, more conservative both social and fiscally…" naturally, this idea lends itself to firearms. It's no wonder Gen Z is more pro-gun, raised with access to the internet, first-person shooting games, and action movies. Not to mention watching the debt crisis and student loans spiral out of control. Their views seem to align more with Libertarians or moderate republicans. Researching each of their ideas independently through the internet has allowed them to come to a logical conclusion instead of an emotionally influenced one.

Only time will tell, but it seems like more and more data is showing that David Hogg is wrong as his anti-gun campaign fades into the darkness

Tyler Durden Sat, 10/16/2021 - 23:30
Published:10/17/2021 1:42:11 AM
[topics:in-the-news/sir-david-amess] Sunday morning UK news briefing: Today's top headlines from The Telegraph Published:10/17/2021 1:42:11 AM
[Syndicated News] President Joe Biden’s Schedule for Sunday, October 17, 2021

by R. Mitchell -

Summary: President Joe Biden has no public events on his schedule for Sunday. His press team is surely thankful for that. President Joe Biden’s Itinerary for 10/17/21 Nothin’ White House Briefing Schedule Nope Keep an Eye on the President at Our President’s Schedule Page. We are providing former President Donald …

President Joe Biden’s Schedule for Sunday, October 17, 2021 is posted on Conservative Daily News - Where Americans go for news, current events and commentary they can trust - Conservative News Website for U.S. News, Political Cartoons and more.

Published:10/17/2021 1:42:11 AM
[DBE] The Dramatic Rise In Energy Prices Is Ultimately Deflationary Published:10/17/2021 1:42:11 AM
[] Too dumb to check: Will a woman be ordained a Roman Catholic priest tomorrow? Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Left Column] AP: Heating costs to soar as Biden begs fossil-fuel companies for ‘to bring down rising fuel costs’ as heating fuel might go up 54% year-on-year this winter
Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Culture of Corruption] The Week in Radical Leftism, 10/15/21

Welcome back to Day 269 of the Harris* occupation! What have our Lefty pals been up to this week? Plenty… 10/8 – Biden’s Only Accomplishment! More Americans Think Nation’s Best Days In The Past In technical terms, Biden* may be the most unifying president in recent memory. I honestly would have never predicted that one. […]

The post The Week in Radical Leftism, 10/15/21 appeared first on Flopping Aces.

Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Comedy] ‘Metroid Dread’: A revitalization of the old action-exploration formula “Metroid Dread” deftly alternates between making the player feel powerful and powerless. Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[World] Biden's America headed toward Third World status

About a decade ago I lived in the West African nation of Ghana. It is a wonderful place with delightful people. For those who may be unfamiliar, Ghana isn’t exactly third-world but is most certainly nowhere near on par with economic industrial powerhouses from western Europe or the United States. ... Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM

[AMGN] AbbVie: The Humira Situation Remains Scary Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Liberals & Democrats] Progressives Against Progress
The space race and status envy.
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Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Education] Yale provides an insight into how today’s race hustlers think

Two Yale Law administrators coercing a student for a party invite that offended 8-9 students is a rare window into race-based leftism. A Yale law student who is part Cherokee and belongs to the Federalist Society invited people to a back-to-school party, calling his place a “trap house.” The school’s

The post Yale provides an insight into how today’s race hustlers think appeared first on Bookworm Room.

Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[5f214686-0e39-51f1-9ba8-03cc2801fd1d] David Bossie: Inflation, supply chain are 'high class problems'? Biden, Dems are irresponsible and tone deaf Today’s Democratic Party under the leadership of President Biden is the new unholy trinity of politics: irresponsible, arrogant, and tone deaf. White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain’s promotion of a tweet describing our nation’s ongoing inflation and supply chain crises as "high class problems" is no exception. Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[2021 News] AG Garland’s Wife Is an Advisor Closely Linked to Brennan Center and Connected with Far-Left Groups Working to Prevent 2020 Election Audits — HE MUST RECUSE!

AG Garland’s Wife Is an Advisor Closely Linked to Brennan Center and Connected with Far-Left Groups Working to Prevent 2020 Election Audits — HE MUST RECUSE! Can you say huge, gigantic, conflict of interest? Lynn Garland has worked as an unaffiliated volunteer to improve the security and accuracy of election systems since 2004. She is a […]

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Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[] Contrary to what you heard from Chris Cuomo and others, CNN is embracing 'missing white woman syndrome' Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Games] Dying Light PS5, Xbox Series X/S Upgrade Will Update the Game

The developer of Dying Light is currently working on a PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrade for the zombie parkour game. Techland's announcement comes a little while after it shared the news that Dying Light 2 has been delayed by two months. This was the game’s second official delay, with its lead developer later explaining that the additional time is allowing the studio to better polish game. While the Dying Light community expected a December 7 release for Dying Light 2, it may be getting another port of the first game instead.

In the meantime, Techland appears to be revisiting the original Dying Light to drum up 2021 sales, with the current-gen update now known and a previously confirmed Nintendo Switch port of the game arriving soon. A Nintendo Direct in September established an October 19 release date for Dying Light: Platinum Edition’s Nintendo Switch port, which will grant Switch owners the full Dying Light experience in addition to an four DLCs and several skins. The all-inclusive Dying Light re-release originally dropped earlier this year on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Now, it seems current-gen owners will get a stab at the acclaimed zombie game, too.


Announced via the Dying Light Twitter account, Techland is evidently working on “a next-gen patch for Dying Light 1.” It’s not clear when the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S updates could drop, however. For now, the developer ensures fans that more will be revealed sometime in the future.

It’s a possibility that Techland plans to release Dying Light’s PS5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrades before Dying Light 2: Stay Human’s February 2022 launch. However, that window of time is a short one, as the end of 2021 is quickly approaching. There's also been no confirmation about whether or not the new-gen update will be a free upgrade for current PS4 and Xbox One owners or if Dying Light: Platinum Edition will be a separate release for the new consoles as it is on the Switch. It’s not impossible that Techland could offer both options, but the latter seems probable.

The studio's choice on the matter will likely affect the community’s response. As a recent example, Grand Theft Auto V was met with severe fan backlash after its revealed its own new-gen gameplay was revealed. Many series fans were dissatisfied with the ports' minimal visual improvements and features announced for GTA 5's upgrade at PlayStation Showcase 2021. A major component of that ire was because it's believed those ports will be full-price and charge previous GTA 5 owners for an upgrade, information that has also yet to be confirmed. In a similar situation, Dying Light is over six years old and a current-gen upgrade could spice up gameplay for the modern era. Hopefully, Techland is able to deliever on its PS5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrade without any further delays on Dying Light 2: Stay Human.


Source: Dying Light/Twitter




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[Court Packing] [Ilya Somin] Biden Supreme Court Commission Releases "Discussion Materials" on Court-Packing, Term Limits, and Other Issues The preliminary reports are generally negative on court-packing, but favorable to term limits. Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Markets] The first U.S. bitcoin ETF looks set to debut next week from ProShares Trust The first U.S. bitcoin ETF looks set to debut next week from ProShares Trust Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Biden Administration] Biden: $3.5 Trillion Bill Likely Won’t Pass

President Joe Biden on Friday said Democrats' $3.5 trillion social spending bill will likely not pass Congress this year.

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Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Markets] The Wall Street Journal: Freight bellwether J.B. Hunt expects strong shipping demand to extend into 2022 Freight bellwether J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. expects bottlenecks at West Coast ports to intensify heading into the holidays, with congestion continuing to snarl labor-strapped logistics networks and strong shipping demand extending into 2022.
Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Society] #MeToo Groups Silent Over Boy Allegedly Raping Girl in Loudoun School Girls Bathroom

Advocacy groups that once emphatically urged the public to “believe all women” are now silent over a viral report that a skirt-wearing male student allegedly... Read More

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Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[] West Coast, Messed Coast: A Weed 'State of Emergency' Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Politics] Bill Clinton to spend 4th night in Orange County ICU for IV treatment

The former president was admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday after feeling fatigued.

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[Democrats] How Serious Are Democrats About Packing the Court? (John Hinderaker) Expanding the Supreme Court so that Joe Biden can nominate two (or perhaps four) new leftists has been on the Democrats’ wish list since the 2020 election. But I don’t see how they can accomplish that objective, since it would require nullifying the filibuster, and it is hard to see either Joe Manchin or Kyrsten Sinema going along with that for such a radical purpose. Perhaps this is why Biden Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Uncategorized] WSJ Editorial: Providence (RI) Schools Seeking “Pretext” To Fire Teacher Ramona Bessinger For Opposing Critical Race Curriculum

"Education Horror Show, Continued - A teacher is targeted after she described the baleful effect of critical race theory."

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[Politics] WHEE!! Biden admits he can’t GET the $3.5 Trillion; Dems mad he can’t BREAK Sinema, Manchin Are you loving this? I’m lovin it. Watching Biden just keep twisting in the wind as more and more knives come out in his party is so hilarious. Sure it doesn’t get . . . Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Entertainment] Britney Spears Says She's "Staying Clear" Of Music Industry Now That She's Gaining Freedom Britney SpearsFor more than a year, fans have heard that Britney Spears does not want to work anymore, and now, she's confirmed it's true. While the pop star's father Jamie Spears is no...
Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Markets] Dow Jones Futures: Microsoft, Tesla Rival Xpeng Are Buys In Broad Market Rally; Bitcoin ETF Launching With a confirmed market rally, how aggressive should investors get? A Bitcoin futures ETF is about to launch. Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[02f4e94a-78ce-58a0-a4fe-e1b9c874842d] 'RHOC' alum Vicki Gunvalson accuses ex-fiancé of cheating: 'No Christian man would do what he's done' "Real Housewives of Orange County" alum Vicki Gunvalson claimed that her ex-fiance, former California governor candidate Steve Lodge, cheated on her during their relationship. Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Entertainment] ‘Hadestown’ ushers Broadway back to the Kennedy Center in style The first musical in 19 months starts up in the Opera House. Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[] Please Open Your Memenals To The Book Of ONT, Chapter 69, Verse 420 (Nice!) Bringing in the memes, bringing in the memes, We shall come rejoicing, bringing in the memes!... Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[In The News] Gerrymandering: Illinois Democrats Seek to Axe Republicans In New Proposed Congressional Map

by Andrew Trunsky -

Democrats in Illinois’ state legislature Friday released a new map that would shore up all of their party’s incumbents in Congress and likely eliminate two of the state’s five Republicans. The proposal would give Democrats a 14-3 advantage in the state, compared to the current 13-5 map. Illinois is one …

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[Markets] Bovard: When Barack Obama Got Away With Murder Bovard: When Barack Obama Got Away With Murder

Authored by Jim Bovard via The Libertarian Institute,

This week (Thursday) marked the 10th anniversary of the drone killing of Abdulrahman Al-Aulaqi, a 16 year old born in Colorado and killed in Yemen. He perished as part of Obama’s crackdown on terrorist suspects around the world. His father, who was also an American citizen, was killed two weeks earlier by another drone strike ordered by Obama.

I wrote a piece condemning Obama’s assassination program for Christian Science Monitor in 2011"Assassination Nation: Are There Any Limits on President Obama’s License to Kill?" I derided the Obama administration’s claim that the president possessed a "right to kill Americans without a trial, without notice, and without any chance for targets to legally object…Killings based solely on presidential commands radically transform the relation of the government to the citizenry."

Readers responded by calling for my assassination. My article mentioned an American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit pressuring the Obama administration "to disclose the legal standard it uses to place US citizens on government kill lists." 

"Will R." was indignant: "We need to send Bovard and the ACLU to Iran. You shoot traders and the ACLU are a bunch of traders." (I was pretty sure the ACLU was not engaged in international commerce). "Jeff" took the high ground: "Hopefully there will soon be enough to add James Bovard to the [targeted killing] list." Another commenter—self-labeled as "Idiot Savant"—saw a grand opportunity: "Now if we can only convince [Obama] to use this [assassination] authority on the media, who have done more harm than any single terror target could ever dream of..."

Here’s a riff I did on Obama’s assassination program in 2013:

The Obama administration yesterday leaked out its confidential legal paper on killing Americans to NBC News. Obama’s legal wizards decided that the Fifth Amendment’s pledge that no citizen shall "be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law" is invalid in cases of imminent attack by terrorists.

Though this might sound reasonable, the memo proceeds to craft a totally bogus notion of "imminent." But, as John Glaser notes at Antiwar.com, "The memo refers to what it calls a 'broader concept of imminence' than what has traditionally been required, like actual intelligence an ongoing plot against the US. 'The condition that an operational leader present an 'imminent' threat of violent attack against the United States does not require the United States to have clear evidence that a specific attack on U.S. persons and interests will take place in the immediate future,' the memo states, contradicting conventional international law."

Obama top adviser Robert Gibbs had said the 16-year old should have had "a more responsible father" when asked directly about the assassination by drone...

In a January 2017 USA Today piece, I urged Trump to open the files on Obama’s killings:

"Trump should quickly reveal the secret memos underlying Obama’s "targeted killing" drone assassination program.

Administration lawyers defeated lawsuits by the ACLUThe New York Times, and others seeking disclosure of key legal papers on how the president became judge, jury and executioner. A Trump administration could disclose the memos and white papers without endangering anything other than the reputation of the soon-to-be former president and his policymakers.

Didn’t happen. The Trump administration could have exposed vast numbers of abuses by the Obama administration the same way that Obama (partially) opened the files on some of President George W. Bush’s torture policy and other atrocities. But as usual, the Trump team blew the opportunity.

As a result, Obama can pirouette as a champion of civil liberties while the horrendous precedents he set continue to endanger Americans and anyone else in the world in the vicinity of people suspected of bad thoughts by the U.S. government.

Hat tip to Dan Alban, an Institute of Justice lawyer who has scourged the Justice Department, IRS, and plenty of other government agencies.

Tyler Durden Fri, 10/15/2021 - 23:50
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[topics:in-the-news/sir-david-amess] Saturday morning UK news briefing: Today's top headlines from The Telegraph Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[World] Lament for the Pickup Truck

The current craze for ever bigger pickups makes them more big boy toy than tool for men at work.

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Published:10/15/2021 11:15:22 PM
[Comedy] @bocxtop don’t understand ppl who are productive during the weekend, weekends are for feeling weird and wondering if ur friends hate u Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Foreign Policy] GooTube: Dems' Kiddie Propaganda Arm, by Michelle Malkin In case you hadn't heard, Vice President Kamala Harris' venture into government space propaganda for children was a galactic bust. The veep's smarmy performance in a NASA agitprop video touting World Space Week was universally ridiculed and exposed this weekend after a local Monterey, California, TV station interviewed one of five child actors who auditioned... Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Politics] South Carolina Companies Will Face Higher Taxes Than China and Europe if Dem Bill Passes Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Uncategorized] Why Do Democrats Cheat?

The short answer: They have to. The longer answer: The Dems have to cheat because they have no legitimate presidential contender to climb into the octagon cage with Donald Trump.  That’s a fact, Jack.  Trump is a tough, battle-tested,  mixed martial arts (MMA) combatant who will destroy any Democratic opponent who can summon the courage […]

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Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[World] True North Moves in The Right Direction

Main Street conservatives have a friend in Kevin Roberts, the new president of the Heritage Foundation

The post True North Moves in The Right Direction appeared first on The American Conservative.

Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[American Society] Self-Sacrifice Upon the Altar of ‘Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’
The madness spreads.
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[Entertainment] Val McDermid’s new novel is a delightful throwback, complete with a retro song list McDermid’s “1979,” a coming-of-age novel starring an intrepid female journalist, begins a welcome new series. Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[2021 News] Federal judge finds DC jail warden in contempt, demands DOJ civil rights probe of Jan. 6 detainees

Federal judge finds DC jail warden in contempt, demands DOJ civil rights probe of Jan. 6 detainees. Hopefully, Warden Wanda is in deep shit. “For the reasons stated in open court, it is adjudged that the Warden of the D.C. jail Wanda Patten and Director of the D.C. Department of Corrections Quincy Booth are in […]

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Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[600c0434-8966-5eb9-8001-2b36e64b1e95] David Marcus: COVID has given us a new normal and it's not bold or beautiful Among the most foolish utterances of the COVID pandemic, and it's a very competitive category, was that it was the chance to create a bold and beautiful new normal. Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[] Republicans Demand 'Completely Unqualified' Buttigieg Answer Questions About Supply Chain Crisis Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[] Sen. Chuck Schumer doesn't want people to have to choose between heating their homes and buying food Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Discrimination] Shareholder alert focuses on reverse discrimination by Lowe’s (Paul Mirengoff) The American Civil Rights Project (ACR Project), on whose board I serve, is investigating whether the officers and directors of Lowe’s Companies, Inc. have breached their fiduciary duties by violating civil rights laws that protect against racial and other forms of discrimination. The ACR Project has issued this Shareholder Alert explaining the situation and inviting interested shareholders who have held Lowe’s stock since before July 13, 2021 to contact the Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[World] Biden weaponizes terror law against patriots in Virginia

Parents attending school board meetings in America are not terrorists.

Obviously, any sane, rational American would agree. Yet, here we are watching shocking footage of a father concerned about the rape of his daughter in a high school bathroom beaten to the ground by officers for speaking up at a ... Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM

[Right Column] Newsweek OpEd: Radical Green Groups Put Profits Before Planet
Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Entertainment] MCU Spider-Man 4 Would be Different To Homecoming Trilogy

Tom Holland reveals that, should he reprise his role as Spider-Man for a fourth film after No Way Home, it would have to be very different from the Homecoming trilogy. No Way Home is set to conclude Holland's Spider-Man trilogy when it releases later this year. The film, which is one of the MCU's most hotly anticipated upcoming releases, examines the aftermath of Far From Home and the implications of Peter Parker's newfound fame now that his identity as Spider-Man has been shared with the world.

The trailer for No Way Home, which surpassed Avengers: Endgame's previous record for most views within a 24-hour period, shows that the conclusion to the trilogy isn't pulling any punches. After Doctor Strange casts a spell to help Peter regain his anonymity and bring back a sense of normality to his life, a series of threats emerge that threaten the safety of the entire world, including villains from past Spider-Man films, including Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and Electro. For months it has also been rumored that former Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will also appear in the film in some capacity.


Although it seems that No Way Home will act as a conclusion for Tom Holland's standalone Spider-Man movies, the actor hasn't totally ruled out appearing in a fourth installment. In a new interview with EW, Holland explains that, should a fourth film ever move forward, it would have to be notably different from what they've done with the Homecoming trilogy. The film would have to explore new territory and be tonally different from the films they've done before, says Holland. Read Holland's full comment below:

"I think if we were lucky enough to dive into these characters again, you'd be seeing a very different version. It would no longer be the Homecoming trilogy. We would give it some time and try to build something different and tonally change the films. Whether that happens or not, I don't know. But we were definitely treating [No Way Home] like it was coming to an end, and it felt like it."

It seems like No Way Home will conclusively act as a final installment to the Homecoming era of Spider-Man, but the prospect of a fourth film isn't outside the realm of possibility. Although many standalone MCU films stop on or before the third installment, there are occasional exceptions. Thor: Love and Thunder, for example, the fourth installment in the standalone Thor films, is due out next year. Even Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy had a planned fourth installment at one point.

If Holland does indeed ever return for a fourth Spider-Man film, it would be interesting to see a new angle. Holland noting that they would "give it some time" suggests that, not only would a fourth film need to take some time to put together in the real world, but it could focus on a more grown-up version of Peter Parker. Perhaps Peter is attending university or in the midst of adulthood working at the Daily Bugle as a photographer. While the Homecoming films have been very light and comedic in tone, it would be interesting to see a more mature, or maybe even slightly darker take on Spider-Man. For now, though, it does seem like No Way Home is the last we'll be seeing of Tom Holland's Spider-Man for quite some time. Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to release later this year on December 17th.


Source: EW


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[topics:things/climate-change] Insulate Britain will suspend campaign to give public 'a break' over half term Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Politics] Five things to know about the Biden administration's vaccine mandates

The Biden administration believes mandating COVID-19 vaccines is the best way to end the pandemic. Here's what you need to know.

Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[AMD] Apple Is About To Change The World Again Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Markets] Dow closes up over 500 points as stocks get boost from bank earnings Dow closes up over 500 points as stocks get boost from bank earnings Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Opinion] #emptyshelvesJoe believes empty shelves are a sign of a strong economy

by JD Washington -

On Thursday, one of the top trending topics on Twitter was #emptyshelvesJoe. It’s all for good reason, too. Joe Biden has created an economic crisis through his continued mishandling of the U.S. economy. Think about what Joe has done for our economy so far. Businesses across the country are still …

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[Culture] Nike CEO Praises Exec for Confessing to Murder

The CEO of Nike praised top executive Larry Miller for admitting in a Wednesday interview that in 1965 he murdered a teenager.

The post Nike CEO Praises Exec for Confessing to Murder appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Uncategorized] Yale Law School Student Accused of ‘Triggering’ Classmates With Federalist Society Membership, Using ‘Trap House’ in Invitation

"Just 12 hours after the email went out, the student was summoned to the law school’s Office of Student Affairs, which administrators said had received nine discrimination and harassment complaints about his message."

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[Politics] WATCH: Woman at drive-thru demonstrates the absolute absurdity of outdoor mask mandate In what is undoubtedly a leftist state, a woman in a drive-thru could not receive her order from an attendant without first putting a mask on. Seriously. Watch: It’s science pic.twitter.com/4af44k8JpD — . . . Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[4b6d0bf8-682c-5f8b-88bb-38901a3ece33] 'Southern Charm' star Madison LeCroy engaged to boyfriend after dating for 6 months: 'So excited' The "Southern Charm" star, 31, appeared on Amazon Live on Thursday and revealed to the world that Brett popped the question last week after taking LeCroy and her 8-year-old son, Hudson, to a birthday shindig on Kiawah Island in South Carolina. Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Critical Race Theory] Watchdog Seeks Answers on White House Involvement, Garland Conflict in Memo Targeting Parents as Terrorists

A watchdog group alleging the Justice Department’s controversial targeting of parents for speaking up on local school matters was a “White House priority” now seeks... Read More

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Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Entertainment] Robert Durst Sentenced to Life in Prison For the Murder of Susan Berman 20 Years Ago Robert DurstUPDATE: Robert Durst was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday, Oct. 14, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles District Attorney confirms to E! News. The sentencing comes one month after he was...
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[Markets] Dow Jones Futures: Market Rally Makes Powerful Move; Google Leads 7 Stocks Flashing Buy Signals The market rally had its best day in months, with Google and Microsoft among new stocks flashing buy signals. Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[Markets] : Brooklyn Nets decision to bench Kyrie Irving until he’s vaccinated could cost the all-star guard $15 million "I chose to be unvaccinated, and that was my choice," Irving said on Wednesday
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[America] The Bookworm Thinker of 14 Oct. 2021

Ms. Book W. Room, writing under the nom de guerre of Andrea Widburg, is employed by the conservative site, American Thinker, to edit submissions to the site and to write several daily posts of her own.  Below are her posts on this date.  Since commentary to the posts are restricted

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[Markets] Walgreens And Safeway Did Years Of "Due Diligence" On Theranos Without Thoroughly Examining Its Testing Device Walgreens And Safeway Did Years Of "Due Diligence" On Theranos Without Thoroughly Examining Its Testing Device

Sometimes, it isn't until the inevitable fraud trial that we find out just how little due diligence corporations, analysts and investors do on companies.

The latest not-so-surprising bombshell to come out of the trial of Elizabeth Holmes, former CEO of Theranos, is that the company's partners, including major chains like Walgreens and Safeway, spent almost no time examining the company's device or its results.

Executives from both chains were led to believe Theranos' lies after "years of due diligence", the Wall Street Journal reported. They even consulted with lawyers and medical experts. But their Achilles Heel was, of course, not spending "significant" time studying the machine itself. 

Walgreens Chief Financial Officer Wade Miquelon said in court testimony: “Our common understanding was the technology worked as we were told.”

He continued, telling the court that the company did its own due diligence by "leaning in part on staff healthcare experts". Walgreens also reportedly hired a lab firm to evaluate the tests. It then asked experts from Johns Hopkins University to meet with Holmes and her boy-toy, Sunny Balwani. 

“Due to the new-to-the world nature of the technology, it required some work to understand,” Miquelon said.

Despite never getting a device to examine, these experts decided the technology "was sound", the WSJ reported.

Safeway said he also consulted with lab directors at Johns Hopkins. Additionally, he reached out to the University of California, San Francisco. Safeway's former CEO said that the Johns Hopkins crew received a Theranos machine to examine, but the company "took it back" before it could be researched. 

In sum, Safeway conducted "hundreds of hours" of due diligence on Theranos. Executives communicated daily with Holmes, the report says.

And finally, in what should have been a clue, former Safeway CEO Steven Burd even had his blood tested via a finger prick from the Theranos machine. 

"The machine malfunctioned and didn't provide the results," the WSJ article concluded.

This is hardly the first major revelation from the Holmes/Theranos trial. Recall, in late September we wrote about a key Theranos whistleblower being unmasked during the ongoing trial.

Lab director Adam Rosendorff resigned from the company in 2014 and testified on Tuesday that he later got a phone call from the Journal's John Carreyrou, whom he spoke with off the record, according to Bloomberg Law

“I felt obligated to alert the public. I didn’t quite know how I should do that. But when this opportunity presented itself I took advantage of it,” Rosendorff said at trial.

Following their talk, Carreyrou wrote a series of stories in 2015 that catalyzed scrutiny on Theranos. In 2018, his work was made into a book called “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup.”

Rosendorff, in the book is referred to under the pseudonym Alan Beam.

“Adam Rosendorff was my first and most important source. I couldn’t have broken the Theranos story without him. Hats off to his integrity and his courage. He’s one of the heroes of this story," Carreyrou said.

Tyler Durden Thu, 10/14/2021 - 19:00
Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[World] [Eugene Volokh] Thursday Open Thread What's on your mind? Published:10/14/2021 6:15:08 PM
[] Joe Biden Has a Response to Supply Disruptions: Ordering Suppliers to Fix Their Disruptions.Surprisingly, Experts Say That's Not Going to Fix The Problem The most incompetent, brain-damaged, mush-mouthed imbecile to ever hold the position of "president" thinks that he can command things to be fixed just by unintelligibly reading remarks written for him by his handlers. President Joe Biden is pushing to ease... Published:10/14/2021 6:15:07 PM
[Economic Theory] Adam Smith and problems with the new paternalism

The economist Carl Menger claimed in 1891 that “in every conflict of interest between the rich and poor, the strong and weak, Smith sides without exception with the latter.” Menger’s claim has been vindicated by recent research. Adam Smith’s advocacy of the interests of the poor is of a piece with his advocacy of what … Continue reading "Adam Smith and problems with the new paternalism"

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Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Comedy] Ruthie Tompson, who died at age 111, was a Disney trailblazer in ‘a man’s world’ Disney's “Snow White” helped launch Ruthie Tompson on a four-decade career in animation. Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[2021 News] Southwest CEO Says No One Will Be Fired Over Vaccine Mandates

Southwest CEO Says No One Will Be Fired Over Vaccine Mandates. Sure, it had nothing to do with pilots and crew or the FAA calling in sick over getting the jab. UH-HUH.

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Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[World] Democrats Want Virginians to Vote by Mail

In letters to Virginia voters, Vote Forward tries to appear nonpartisan. It isn't.

The post Democrats Want Virginians to Vote by Mail appeared first on The American Conservative.

Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Politics] Biden will announce expanded operations at Port of Los Angeles as supply chain crunch continues

The Port of Los Angeles will operate around the clock as supply chain problems threaten holiday shopping season.

Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Middle Column] Leader of Insulate Britain protest group: ‘I don’t particularly care about insulation’
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[MO] Buy The Dip! Mispriced 8.4% Yield, Set To Soar: British American Tobacco Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[World] The IPOB is not a terrorist organization

Professor Ivan Sheehan’s opinion piece published in the October 4, 2021 edition of the Washington Times and entitled “U.S. Ignores Small African Terrorist Group, IPOB at its peril” was a travesty that could endanger the lives of over 50 million Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria. 

The piece was wrong and ... Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM

[] Mayorkas: No More Workplace Raids to Arrest Illegal Aliens Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Podcasts] The Mechanics of ‘Popularism’
Podcast: Post-pandemic syndrome and David Shor mania.
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[Tech] GitHub Revoked Insecure SSH Keys Generated by a Popular git Client

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 Code hosting platform GitHub has revoked weak SSH authentication keys that were generated via the GitKraken git GUI client due to a vulnerability in a third-party library that increased the likelihood of duplicated SSH keys.

As an added precautionary measure, the Microsoft-owned company also said it's building safeguards to prevent vulnerable versions of GitKraken from adding newly generated weak keys.

The problematic dependency, called "keypair," is an open-source SSH key generation library that allows users to create RSA keys for authentication-related purposes. It has been found to impact GitKraken versions 7.6.x, 7.7.x, and 8.0.0, released between May 12, 2021, and September 27, 2021.

The flaw — tracked as CVE-2021-41117 (CVSS score: 8.7) — concerns a bug in the pseudo-random number generator used by the library, resulting in the creation of a weaker form of public SSH keys, which, owing to their low entropy — i.e., the measure of randomness — could boost the probability of key duplication.

"This could enable an attacker to decrypt confidential messages or gain unauthorized access to an account belonging to the victim," keypair's maintainer Julian Gruber said in an advisory published Monday. The issue has since been addressed in keypair version 1.0.4 and GitKraken version 8.0.1.

Axosoft engineer Dan Suceava has been credited with discovering the security weakness, while GitHub security engineer Kevin Jones has been acknowledged for identifying the cause and source code location of the bug. As of writing, there's no evidence the flaw was exploited in the wild to compromise accounts.

Affected users are highly recommended to review and "remove all old GitKraken-generated SSH keys stored locally" and "generate new SSH keys using GitKraken 8.0.1, or later, for each of your Git service providers" such as GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket, among others.

Update: Along with GitHub, Microsoft Azure DevOps, GitLab, and Atlassian Bitbucket have also initiated mass revocations of SSH keys connected to accounts where the GitKraken client was used to synchronize source code, urging users to revoke the SSH public keys and generate new keys using the updated version of the app.

Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Uncategorized] How Did Weak Men Become Strong Enough To Topple The Most Powerful Nation In History?

Donald Trump failed at business… a lot. USFL, Tour de Trump, Trump Resorts, Trump Airlines, Trump University, ect. Leftists love to point that out. But that’s not the whole story. Trump had great successes as well. Not only has he developed world class properties around the globe, but he was also the producer and star […]

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Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Entertainment] The love affair between Jeff Bezos and ‘Star Trek’ Echoes of the show can be found throughout Bezos' life, including Wednesday's Blue Origin launch with William Shatner. Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Lefties on Parade] The Bookworm Thinker of 13 Oct. 2021

Ms. Book W. Room, writing under the nom de guerre of Andrea Widburg, is employed by the conservative site, American Thinker, to edit submissions to the site and to write several daily posts of her own.  Below are her posts on this date.  Since commentary to the posts is restricted

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Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Politics] CNN: Democrats are very worried about Virginia governor vote in three weeks CNN is reporting that Democrats had thought Virginia was a solidly blue state but are very worried now as the gubernatorial election looms:   Democrats are so nervous that they are sending . . . Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[1becddd5-920f-5148-b767-c36368d3688f] Gov. Kristi Noem: We can't rely on a debt-ridden federal government to take care of us Recently, I was honored to spend some time at the Reagan Ranch in California. Ronald Reagan focused on growing the private sector, creating jobs and building the economy. His vision is my vision. Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[ef962a17-df95-5770-86ba-001a1f02c676] Josh Duggar's latest motions in child pornography case denied by court: Here's why Josh Duggar's latest attempts to suppress statements and photos in his child pornography case were unsuccessful and the U.S. District Court overseeing his case is explaining why. Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[structure:news] Pictures of the Day:  Tightrope walker practises in Wells Cathedral for the Festival of the Moon Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Uncategorized] Pelosi Thinks Media ‘Could Do a Better Job of Selling’ the $3.5 Trillion Bill

Mama is disappointed her children aren't doing their job of selling the Democrats' agenda.

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[Libel] [Eugene Volokh] $400K Libel Judgment in Lawsuit Over Statements During Election Campaign Such libel cases aren't easy to win, but sometimes they can indeed be won. Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[In The News] Despite Terror Threats, Syria Reopens To Tourists

by Kaylee Greenlee -

Despite ongoing terror threats and a struggling economy, Syria reopened its borders to tourists, the New York Post reported on Wednesday. The Syrian government began issuing tourist visas in October, and travel agencies are advertising trips to the country, according to the New York Post. Visas are distributed through tour …

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[Markets] AT&T stock is dropping toward an 11-year low as its yield rises further above 8% AT&T stock is dropping toward an 11-year low as its yield rises further above 8% Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Biden Administration] Emails Reveal Hunter Biden’s Relationship With Shadowy Chinese Tycoon

Hunter Biden said his business relationship with a mysterious Chinese tycoon later arrested on money laundering charges had "everything to do with my last name," previously unreported emails show.

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[Politics] A Radical Dissent by Justice Clarence Thomas Offers a Reproach to Merrick Garland To those stunned by Attorney General Merrick Garland's plan to use the Patriot Act against parents protesting school curriculums, we commend the dissent by Justice Clarence Thomas in a case called Brown v. Entertainment Merchants. It will reassure you that you are not alone. There is at least one justice who comprehends the constitutional standing of parents in respect of their own children. Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Markets] Dow Jones Falls As Inflation Surges; Fed Minutes Due As Pressure Builds; Datadog Sits In Buy Zone The Dow Jones fell as inflation came in worse than feared. The Fed minutes are due. Apple stock fell again and JPMorgan tumbled on earnings. Published:10/13/2021 1:23:21 PM
[Entertainment] Even Meghan Trainor Gets Starstruck By Her A-List Mommy "Crew" Meghan TrainorDid the ultimate girl group just form in a baby music class? Clash of the Cover Bands judge Meghan Trainor gushed over the fellow musical mommies that helped her enter motherhood after...
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[Baseball] This day in baseball history: The first World Series night game (Paul Mirengoff) The Baltimore Orioles jumped out to a two games to none lead over Pittsburgh in the 1971 World Series. In Game Three, Pittsburgh, finally playing at home, got back in the argument with a 5-1 victory. Steve Blass went all the way to best Mike Cuellar. He allowed only three hits and two walks. Pittsburgh took charge of the game in the seventh inning with three runs. Roberto Clemente reached Published:10/13/2021 1:23:20 PM
[Law] Federal Judge Rules New York Must Provide Religious Exemptions to Vaccine Mandate

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that New York must recognize health care workers’ religious exemptions to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to court documents.... Read More

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Published:10/13/2021 1:23:20 PM
[Politics] Democrats Attempt to Mislead Public on Cost of Socialist Tax and Spend Bill Published:10/13/2021 1:23:20 PM
[Campus] Media Silent on Virginia School Board’s Alleged Coverup of Trans Bathroom Rape

Mainstream broadcast networks failed to cover a Tuesday night report that alleged a Virginia school board covered up a rape allegation against a boy who wore a skirt in the girls' bathroom, according to a media analysis.

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[Markets] Metals Stocks: Gold futures end at one-month high as dollar, bond yields fall after inflation report Gold futures gain 2% on Wednesday to settle at their highest in about a month, finding support as the U.S. dollar and bond yields weakened following reports on inflation.
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[Markets] Untapped Potential: Far Too Little Freight On US Waterways, Experts Say Untapped Potential: Far Too Little Freight On US Waterways, Experts Say

By Nio Mahoney of FreightWaves,

Much of the U.S. waterway system’s enormous potential for commercial transport is going to waste for lack of use or funding, according to marine and trade experts.

While most people are familiar with the importance of roads in transporting freight across the U.S., many have no idea that the more than 25,000 miles of navigable waterways — including rivers, canals and coastal routes — are just as vital.

“We have one of the world’s greatest waterway networks, but we are barely using it,” Joseph Linck, a Brownsville, Texas-based international trade and energy consultant, told FreightWaves.

There are about 25,000 miles of navigable waterways — including rivers, canals and coastal routes — across the United States. Pictured is the Houston Ship Channel, which intersects with the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.

Linck is founder and CEO of Globalstone LC and was the director of the Port of Brownsville in Texas from 1988-90. He’s currently working with a large investment bank that wants to start putting ocean shipping containers in hopper barges using inland waterways to offer the first long-haul container-on-barge service in the U.S.  

The Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) is a 3,000-mile inland waterway running from Boston south along the Atlantic seaboard and around the southern tip of Florida, then following the Gulf of Mexico to Brownsville.

“Using the waterway, it’s a solution to the U.S. truck driver shortage, because one barge takes away 70-something trucks off the road and can move freight for less than half the price,” Linck said.

The U.S. waterway system consists of over 12,000 miles of inland waterways and 13,000 miles of coastal channels, 360 commercial ports, and 237 lock and dam chambers.  The carrying capacity of barges far outpaces tractor trailers and railcars.

One barge carrying 1,750 pounds of dry cargo is equal to 70 tractor trailer trucks. (Infographic: FreightWaves)

The typical 15-barge tow is capable of hauling cargo totaling 22,500 tons, 767,500 bushels or 6.8 million gallons. That compares to six locomotives and 216 railcars, or 1,050 large tractor trailers.

Barges can move a ton of cargo 647 miles on a single gallon of fuel, and 514 miles on diesel fuel. That compares to 477 miles by rail and 145 miles by truck, according to a 2017 study by the Center for Ports and Waterways at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.  

The Texas A&M study was commissioned by the National Waterways Foundation, a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit that addresses public policy issues related to the U.S.’ inland waterways system.

The waterway transportation system has long contributed to the competitiveness of American agriculture by transporting grain domestically and for export, National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) officials said in an email to FreightWaves.

Corn and soybeans are the most handled agricultural commodities in the Gulf Coast region waterways, along with wheat, distiller’s dried grains with solubles and soybean meal.

“Nearly 70% of U.S. agriculture exports (137.7 million metric tons valued at $108.2 billion) were waterborne in 2019. These exports provide 20% of U.S. farm income,” NGFA said. “In the same year, the U.S. exported nearly 30% of its grain. Of this quantity, more than 50% was inspected through Mississippi River, about 30% was inspected through Pacific Northwest ports, and 5% through Texas Gulf ports.”

Paul Dittman, president of the Gulf Intracoastal Canal Association (GICA), said the waterway system is one of the safest and most efficient modes of transportation in the U.S.

“Every barge movement on our inland waterways within the Gulf Coast or any other inland waterway reduces significant amounts of truck traffic,” Dittman said.

GICA is a New Orleans-based nonprofit consisting of over 200 member companies primarily along the Gulf Coast. Its aim is to facilitate safe, reliable and efficient Gulf Coast waterways.

“The Intracoastal Waterway is the third-busiest inland waterway in the U.S. after the  Mississippi and Ohio rivers,” Dittman said. “The differences on the Mississippi and Ohio River, you’re looking at about 70% dry bulk, 30% bulk liquid, whereas on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway it’s just the opposite.” 

Dittman said the ICW also provides the critical link between the U.S. petrochemical centers in Texas and Louisiana with the rest of the inland waterway system, as well as the entire Gulf Coast from St. Mark’s, Florida, to Brownsville, a distance of over 1,100 miles.

“For these reasons, the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway is often referred to as the silent giant,” Dittman said.  

Petroleum products, chemicals, agricultural products, manufactured goods, coal and grains are the top commodities transported by U.S. waterways, according to the Army Corps of Engineers.

One of the biggest challenges for U.S. waterways is that historically, necessary upkeep such as dredging and infrastructure maintenance has been underfunded.

“Some of the limiting factors that we deal with include aging Army Corp of Engineers infrastructure, which can be problematic if they malfunction,” Dittman said.

One of the potential constraints to waterway transportation is the escalating volume of traffic at aging locks, the part of the waterway system that controls pool depths to make a channel deep enough for vessels to use.

Dittman said the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal Lock (IHNC) in New Orleans provides the only access to the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway east of New Orleans, creating a single point of failure if the lock is not available for navigation.

The IHNC was built in 1923. GICA is working closely with the federal government to begin the replacement of the IHNC, but this project will take several years to complete once initiated. 

“It’s effectively 100 years old and is in need of replacement. We’re diligently working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the local community to replace this aging piece of infrastructure with a new and larger lock,” Dittman said. 

Some ongoing waterway projects that GICA provided input on include the $169 million Belle Chasse Bridge and Tunnel Replacement Project in Belle Chase, Louisiana, and two new bridges in Texas at South Padre Island and over the San Jacinto River along the Gulf Coast.

Like GICA, grain industry officials have been asking Congress for years to upgrade aging locks and dams on inland waterways.

NGFA officials and partnering waterways stakeholders said they are urging Congress to include funding for the Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program (NESP) in final appropriations packages.  NESP is an Army Corps of Engineers program dedicated to navigation improvements and ecological restoration for the Upper Mississippi River – Illinois Waterway.

“Congress first authorized NESP in 2007, but the program has not received any construction funding. Meanwhile, the vast majority of locks on the Upper Mississippi River and Illinois Waterway (UMR-IWW), built in the 1930s and 1940s with 600-foot chambers, have long-surpassed their design life,” NGFA said.

NESP would expand the navigation capacity along the UMR-IWW through the construction of seven new 1,200-foot locks and dams. New and modernized NESP locks would allow a 15-barge tow to pass through in just one lockage, increasing efficiency and boosting U.S. competitiveness.

“Building new locks on the UMR-IWW would spur job creation and help ensure that the U.S. remains competitive as a world grain exporter. For example, the U.S. is no longer the world’s top soybean exporter and key competitors continue to lower their transportation costs by investing in infrastructure,” NGFA said.

“Research from the Department of Agriculture suggests that unless significant improvements are made to farm-to-port infrastructure, U.S. world market share could decline an additional 3-6 percentage points, resulting in $1.5 billion to $3 billion in lost export sales.”

One infrastructure project that has received support is construction funding for a new 1,200-foot lock and dam (Lock and Dam 25) on the Upper Mississippi River, which has been included in both House of Representative and Senate versions of the FY 2022 Energy and Water Appropriations bills.

“This funding has broad bipartisan support from lawmakers up and down the Mississippi River and NGFA is hopeful it will be included in a final agreement on FY 2022 spending,” NGFA said.

While maritime experts work to replace aging locks and bridges along the waterway, the U.S. faces a $47 billion funding gap in infrastructure waterway needs over the next 17 years for navigation-related waterside improvements, according to an assessment issued in January by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

“The inland waterways funding gap is almost entirely for lock and dam infrastructure, which is largely antiquated and prone to failure,” according to the 170-page “Failure to Act: Ports and Inland Waterways — Anchoring the U.S. Economy.”

The ASCE also graded 17 categories of infrastructure in March. The grades ranged from a B for rail to a D-minus for transit to a D-plus for inland waterways.

“We risk significant economic losses, higher costs to consumers, businesses and manufacturers — and our quality of life — if we don’t act urgently,” Thomas Smith, ASCE executive director, said in a statement.

Another issue facing the U.S. waterway system is declining demand for coal, which has historically been a big commodity on waterways but has been on a long downward swing as the U.S. slowly decreases its dependence on fossil fuels.

The Energy Information Administration reports U.S. coal shipments by waterways declined 20% in 2020 from 2019.

In 2019, more than $134 billion worth of cargo transited America’s inland waterways, equating to about 515 million tons, according to Waterways Council Inc.

Linck said the Intracoastal Waterway helped the Port of Brownsville get back to profitability in the late 1980s.

“We initiated new cargo steel and also Midwestern grain by river barge,” Linck said. “We started at the Port of Pittsburgh on the Ohio River and brought those barges down, all the way down to the Mississippi and down the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway from New Orleans to Brownsville.”

Linck said it’s possible the U.S. waterway system also has an image problem with modern-day logistics professionals. While moving commodities by inland waterways can be more fuel-efficient and less costly, it takes more long-range planning.

“We need to reeducate all our traffic managers, give them a little more power, get these MBA bean-counting managers off their just-in-time inventory control. They can’t plan right, so they send everything on a truck. They just throw money out there and they get it where it needs to go, basically,” Linck said.

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Published:10/13/2021 1:23:20 PM
[] Father Who Says His Daughter Was Sexually Attacked by a "Boy in a Skirt" in a Loudoun County School Bathroom Speaks They say the cover up is worse than the crime. In this case, it's hard for the cover up to be worse than the crime, consisting, as it does, of the r*pe and forcible sodomy of an underaged girl. But... Published:10/13/2021 1:23:20 PM
[Comedy] Voteflake

Anyone who protests the results of the 2020 US Presidential Election without any proof or evidence and refuses to recognize Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States of America.

After over 50 cases brought before, and thrown out of, US courts, including the Supreme Court, hundreds of Trump supporters, claiming to be a million supporters, continued to cry and protest and chant outside the White House, like a bunch of voteflakes.

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[] NYT: Remember "Defund the Police"? Good times, good times Published:10/12/2021 8:12:48 AM
[Politics] Column: Forget 'personal freedom.' California's statewide school vaccine mandate will save lives

Gov. Gavin Newsom has set in motion COVID-19 vaccination mandates for all public and private school children — making California the first state to require inoculation for classroom learning.

Published:10/12/2021 8:12:48 AM
[Politics] Biden's Delaware Will Face Higher Taxes Than China and Europe if Dem Bill Passes Published:10/12/2021 8:12:48 AM
[Anti-Americanism] Hunter Biden opens a GoFundMe account

This country is a disaster. The clusterf**ks are piling up- Afghanistan, the open border, Bidenflation, gas prices, COVID- he’s screwed them all up. His approval rating is in the crapper but no matter what the mess, Biden puts the blame on the unvaccinated. Psaki’s finger-pointing came as Biden’s approval rating nosedived to 38 percent, with […]

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Published:10/12/2021 8:12:48 AM
[Tech] Carphone Warehouse leaks Pixel 6 and 6 Pro in full detail


google pixel 6 pro leaks

We can’t really say we’re surprised at this point – the Pixel 6 duo leaked yet again. This time it was Carphone Warehouse that jumped the gun as the retailer published the pages for both models. They have been taken down now, but not before Evan Blass

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spotted them. Here is everything you may want to know about the upcoming Google phones before their October 19 announcement.

We’ll start with the Pixel 6 Pro. It is powered by Google’s first custom-built chipset. Previously, the company designed an image processing chip, but that wasn’t an integrated design. The Google Tensor chipset as it is called has on-device AI hardware for accelerating features like Night Sight, Portrait Mode and the new Magic Eraser (more on that in a bit). It is optimized for power efficiency yet it manages to be 80% faster than the Pixel 5’s Snapdragon 765G.

The Pro model has the most advanced camera on a Google phone ever. It starts with the main module whose 50 MP sensor is much larger than the tiny 1/2.55” sensor inside the Pixel 5. It captures 150% more light, which will be a boon for night time photos.

Also, the telephoto lens is back. This one offers 4x optical magnification, which can be extended to 20x using Super Res Zoom. There isn’t much on the ultra wide camera other than that it will have a 12 MP sensor.

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The selfie camera will be fairly wide itself with a 94º field of view (in RAW mode, presumably before lens correction).

lens correction



Now for Magic Eraser – it’s an AI tool that removes unwanted people and objects from your photo. This will be most useful in crowded touristy areas where you can’t get the place all to yourself. There’s also Face Unblur, which rescues blurry photos by restoring the face of your subject.

The Pixel 6 Pro will support 30W charging over USB-C, getting to 50% in 30 minutes (the 30W charger will be sold separately). Fast wireless charging at 23W and battery share are also supported.

The display will be a 6.7” LTPO OLED panel with variable refresh rate ranging from 10 Hz to 120 Hz. It will be covered with Gorilla Glass Victus, the whole phone will enjoy IP68 dust and water resistance.

Security will be a key feature for the phone with the new Titan M2 chip, a sequel to the Titan M that was introduced with the Pixel 3 series. To help it fight off new attacks, Google will provide 5 years of security updates.

Other highlight features include offline translations in 55 languages. You can point the camera at a sign to get it translated or get translated captions for a podcast. The At a Glance feature will surface relevant info for upcoming events, e.g. your plane ticket. The Pixels will come with the new Android 12, though some features are Google-exclusive.

Finally, a few accessories. There’s the 30W USB-C charger, of course. Tthe Pixel Stand wireless charger can turn the phone into a hub that can control smart devices and a photo frame that shows pictures from Google Photos. There’s also a translucent protective case made with over 30% post-consumer recycled plastics.

Moving on to the smaller Pixel 6. It too will be powered by the Google Tensor chipset paired with the Titan M2 security chip. The phone will feature the same 50 MP main and 12 MP ultra wide cameras, but it will miss out on the telephoto module.

The display will measure 6.4” and it will be a regular OLED. It will have a high refresh rate, but it doesn't sound like an LTPO panel. It will still be covered with Gorilla Glass Victus and the phone gets an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.

water resistance

The same accessories are available for the smaller Pixel 6, though the wireless charging is a fraction slower – 21W.

The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will launch on October 19, but we should warn you that they will only be available in 8 countries, so getting one will depend on where you live. The smaller Pixel 6 should start at €650.

Published:10/12/2021 8:12:48 AM
[America] Analyzing how leftism destroys intellectual honesty

An eminent historian is so dedicated to leftism that, even after savaging the 1619 Project, he still can’t see that modern progressivism is the problem. “They may look and look, yet not see; they may listen and listen, yet not understand.” Mark 4:12. [This is a long post but, I

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Published:10/12/2021 8:12:48 AM
[Politics] 'Let's Go Brandon' Is America's Cry of Sanity as the Country Seems To Be Going Nuts Much as I love America and free speech sometimes I think the country's gone completely nuts. There's things going on here that should not go on here. Beginning with Attorney General Merrick Garland. As my friend Gerard Baker writes, Merrick Garland has a list, and you're probably on it. The AG has a lengthening list of society offenders. Police departments, Republican states and state legislatures, and parents who think they should be involved in their children's educations. It goes on and... Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[2021 News] Kamala Harris used child actors in her space video

Kamala Harris used child actors in her space video. Everything these people do is phony.

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[Politics] BREAKING: Raiders head coach Jon Gruden gets CANCELED over old emails about gays, women, etc Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden is no longer part of the team after essentially being cancelled over old emails that were leaked to the New York Times and published tonight: . . . Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[In The News] Gov. Abbott Bans All COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates In Texas

by Ailan Evans -

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order late Monday prohibiting all COVID-19 vaccine mandates in the state of Texas. “The COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and our best defense against the virus, but should always remain voluntary and never forced,” Abbott said in a tweet announcing the executive order. The …

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[World] The Stakes of a Nuclear Missile Monopoly

The consolidation of the defense industry hurts American innovation and resilience.

The post The Stakes of a Nuclear Missile Monopoly appeared first on The American Conservative.

Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[BTI] BTI: 8.5% Starting Dividend Yield At Historically Low Price Multiples Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Podcasts] How to Save Freedom: Discourse, Debate Good Places to Start

Discourse and debate promote a free society, says Inez Feltscher Stepman, senior policy analyst at the Independent Women’s Forum and host of the “High Noon”... Read More

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[] Greg Abbott reverses himself, issues Executive Order prohibiting COVID-19 vaccine mandates 'by ANY entity in Texas' Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Campus] Leaked Docs: Prestigious DC School Poised To Crack Down on ‘Harmful’ Humor

Students at one of the oldest and most prestigious boys schools in the United States could soon face expulsion for a single "misplaced" joke, according to a draft "anti-bias" policy circulating among school administrators and obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

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Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[] UPDATE: Professor Canceled by Woke Outrage Mob Has Last Laugh Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[World] Democrats are going down, down, down

Democrats and their party-aligned elites and globalists are on a tight time line to take over the world, cripple the Constitution, capsize capitalism, seize individual liberties, force vaccines into the arms of Americans who don’t want vaccines, and sell that particular brand of socialism-slash-communism-slash-governance-by-surveillance that better belongs with Chinese than ... Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM

[619f71db-b8cc-5667-b2d0-540481c97aaa] Mollie Hemingway: What happened during the 2020 election must be investigated and discussed At the drop of a hat, America’s electoral system went from irredeemably corrupt and broken in 2016 to unquestionably safe in 2020. Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[7661c35c-6c82-5714-90dc-40c772427950] 'Dancing with the Stars' contestants Cheryl Burke, Cody Rigsby return after coronavirus quarantines “Dancing with the Stars” welcomed Cheryl Burke and Cody Rigsby back to the live stage on Monday after the duo previously had to perform from home due to positive coronavirus tests. Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Right Column] All the Metals We Mined Globally in One Visualization

All the Metals We Mined in One Visualization

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[] The Morning Report - 10/12/21 Good morning, kids. Tuesday and some very interesting turns of events as well as their concomitant frightening reactions from the powers that be, today mostly centered on the never-ending nightmare that is the two-week period to flatten the curve,... Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Administrative Law] [Jonathan H. Adler] On the Sacketts and S.B. 8 Governments should not design laws and regulations to frustrate judicial review. Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Markets] Need to Know: These 10 trends could reshape society — and benefit these stocks Need to Know: These 10 trends could reshape society — and benefit these stocks Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Markets] Dow Jones Futures Rally As Tesla Climbs On Record China Sales; 3 Tech Giants Eye New Buy Points Dow Jones futures rallied Tuesday morning, as Tesla stock raced higher on record China sales. These three tech giants eyed new buy points. Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Entertainment] Teen Mom's Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra Tease Reunion With Carly 2 Years in the Making Tyler Baltierra, Catelynn LowellPrepare to witness a special milestone for Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra. As season 10 of Teen Mom OG continues airing this fall, many fans are hoping to receive an update on the...
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[Entertainment] Pyramid Atlantic Art Center celebrates 40 years of art-making with the exhibition ‘Reflecting Back to the Future’ The Hyattsville center for print-, paper- and bookmaking brings together 40 works by art luminaries from near and far. Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Uncategorized] Texas Gov. Abbott Bans COVID Vaccine Mandates Across the Board

"The COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, & our best defense against the virus, but should always remain voluntary & never forced."

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Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Coronavirus] South by Southwest (Scott Johnson) Over the weekend through mid-day yesterday Southwest Airlines had canceled more than 2,000 flights. I take that number from the New York Times story, which seems to reflect something like current numbers. This industry report tabulates a variety of relevant numbers and characterizes the situation as an “operational meltdown.” Southwest attributes the “disruptions” to “weather and other external constraints.” Both Southwest and its pilots’ union deny that the company’s vaccine Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Podcasts] Vaccine Mandate Craziness
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[Markets] Global Corporate Tax Deal Spares US From Imposing New Tariffs On EU Global Corporate Tax Deal Spares US From Imposing New Tariffs On EU

Now that Ireland, Estonia and Hungary have agreed to the OECD's global minimum corporate tax framework, trade tensions between the US and several EU members are finally beginning to recede.

As we reported on Friday, 136 OECD members tentatively agreed to adopt a 15% minimum corporate tax rate in exchange for partially re-allocate taxing rights for the largest most profitable companies (including American tech giants) to countries where the companies sell products and services, even if they don't have a large physical in the country.

Since the new tax framework, once established, will grant EU members access to more tax revenue from American multinationals and also requires EU members to abandon controversial "digital service taxes", the US has backed down from threats of imposing new tariffs on certain European goods in retaliation for the DST.

According to Reuters, transitional arrangements for removing DSTs "are being discussed expeditiously" between the EU and US, as Treasury officials told reporters during a conference call that talks over the details of these new arrangements were expected to eliminate the need for the US to consider more retaliatory tariffs against the EU.

The US Trade representative's office has already prepared tariffs against imports from France, Britain, Italy, Spain, Austria, India and Turkey over their digital services taxes. But instead of being imposed, the office will put them on a shelf, where they can be brought back if the OECD deal doesn't come together (members are aiming to have it implemented by 2023, a timeline that some analysts have dismissed as too ambitious).

Proposed US tariffs on French goods would slap 25% duties on cosmetics, handbags and other imports valued at some $1.3 billion annually, while Paris has threatened to retaliate against the US's retaliation.

While the OECD tax deal was crafted in such a way that Treasury and the Trade Rep's office believe it will pass the Congress with bipartisan support (since it's an international tax treaty, it must be ratified by its signatories). But if there's one thing Americans understand about Congress, it's that nothing is guaranteed. the Treasury believes the first part of the deal - known as "Pillar One" - could be implemented in a few months.

Another Treasury official said that implementation for the reallocation of taxing rights, known as "Pillar 1" of the OECD agreement, could take several months to complete, and that the Treasury envisions that it will be done with bipartisan support.

Senior U.S. Senate Republicans have argued that this would require a new international tax treaty, which would require ratification with a two-thirds Senate majority. They told Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen in a letter that they were concerned that the Biden administration was considering circumventing the need to obtain the Senate's authority to implement treaties.

The US Treasury official said that the Pillar 1 agreement was designed in a way to appeal to both parties, providing tax certainty for U.S. businesses without compromising U.S. revenue. The official said it was premature to consider passage without bipartisan support, but did not say whether a treaty would be required.

The Dems have a lot riding on this deal. Without a higher global minimum corporate tax rate, President Biden would risk driving American firms to relocate abroad with his plans to offset trillions of dollars in spending with tax hikes for corporations and the wealthy.

Tyler Durden Tue, 10/12/2021 - 09:05
Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Markets] : Failing to bring Covid-19 under control will cost $5.3 trillion in lost global growth over next five years, IMF estimates A failure to bring the COVID-19 pandemic to a close would cost the globe $5.3 trillion in lost growth over the next five years, according to a new estimate released by the International Monetary Fund Tuesday.
Published:10/12/2021 8:12:47 AM
[Policy] How To Break the Cycle of Abuse

When I was 10, my mother, a fifth grade teacher, taught a girl close to my age who would arrive at school an hour early every day with matted hair and unbrushed teeth. Her caretakers, elderly grandparents, neglected the girl’s hygiene. My mother did not. She kept a hairbrush, hair ties, a toothbrush, and toothpaste in a desk drawer, just for her.

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Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Politics] Column: Congress has a chance to take bipartisan action on Facebook. Don't let it slip away

Here are three bipartisan steps Congress could take right now to reduce the harm social media platforms cause. Will they act?

Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[bdfdca82-21ee-5fee-9ab9-80b75f80c6b5] Holden & Pye: Trump made conservatives criminal justice reform leaders. Here's how to keep it that way In 2018, President Donald Trump signed the First Step Act into law. This was a generational shift on corrections and sentencing policy preceded by years of work in Georgia, South Carolina, and Texas, led by leaders Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Tim Scott (R-SC).  Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Uncategorized] Let’s Go Brandon!

Fake set.  Fake room.  Fake windows.  Fake flowers.  A phony White House production set resembling the The Gong Show, was built across the street from the White House. The cardboard desks and cheap plastic chairs are a nice touch.  Our crack president, Biden, can now read what he is told from a script directly from […]

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Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Entertainment] Kim Kardashian West breathes life into SNL SNL was flatlining. Kardashian West proved to be a defibrillator. Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Right Column] CNN: A global energy crisis is coming – Shortages & price spikes – But climate inspired energy restrictions ignored – CNN blames 1) ‘An unusually long & cold winter’ – 2) ‘Soaring demand for energy’ – 3) ‘Unusually calm winds’

CNN: Governments that have committed to reducing emissions are preemptively trying to send a firm message: This bolsters, not undermines, the case for investing in a broader mix of energy sources. "It's very clear that with energy in the long term, it is important to invest in renewables," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday. "That gives us stable prices and more independence, because 90% of the gas is imported to the European Union."

Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[World] Non-binary usage sacrifices the very foundation of our language

Folks, I’m more tolerant than most people I know. I no longer run outside and bark at motorcycles when they roar through my quiet neighborhood, rearranging the dishes in my china cabinet. I’ve given up asking restaurant managers to please, for God’s sake, turn down the volume on those piped-in, ... Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM

[2021 News] Southwest Airlines cancels 1,000 flights and blames it on air traffic control issues and the weather: Passengers are left stranded for a second day in a row after pilots’ union sued over vaccine mandate

Southwest has hired replacement pilots… pic.twitter.com/CIK6kEHkfl — I Hate The Media© ???? (@ihatethemedia) October 11, 2021 Southwest Airlines cancels 1,000 flights and blames it on air traffic control issues and the weather: Passengers are left stranded for a second day in a row after pilots’ union sued over vaccine mandate. There are rumors this is […]

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Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[] 'Eat it, @SouthwestAir': Rep. Chip Roy says Southwest and other airlines should pay back their bailout money Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Uncategorized] Hand Overplayed: Two School Board Associations Denounce NSBA, Reject AG Garland’s Threat Against Concerned Parents

School boards and parents must continue to take a stand.

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Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Politics] The Krugman Platinum Debt Plan Now that Congress has kicked the debt ceiling down the road a few months, what of the idea of minting a $1 trillion coin made of platinum? Supposedly our leaders would smelt this trillion dollar slug from a bit of platinum and deposit it at the Federal Reserve, against which the Fed would pay out irredeemable electronic paper ticker tender to cover debts. The scheme's most famous backer turns out to be the Nobel laureate Paul Krugman. Maybe they ought to call the coin "The Krugman." That's how... Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Politics] WATCH: This video message from TRUMP to Ashli Babbitt’s family has LIBS freaking OUT Sure there aren’t a whole hopping lot of things that DON’T make the left and the media flip out, and there are especially no Donald Trump things that don’t give them convulsions. . . . Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[] Sunday Overnight Open Thread (10/10/21) *** The Quotes of The Day Quote I “Fuck Twitter. Fuck NBC News, ABC News, all these stupid ass networks. I’m not talking to them. I’m talking to you. This is real life.” Dave Chappelle Quote II “Their initiatives... Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[World] Have We Actually Finally Reached ‘Peak Trump’?

The 45th president returned to Iowa this weekend, leaving more questions asked than answered about a repeat bid.

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Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[2020 Presidential Election] Bar complaints, the left’s latest tactic for silencing opponents (Paul Mirengoff) Steve has mentioned the bar complaint filed against John Eastman for the legal advice he provided in support of Donald Trump’s effort to stop Joe Biden from becoming president. Christian Adams has written what I consider a powerful takedown of this attempt to punish Eastman for providing legal advice that anti-Trumpers disagree with on a subject they are passionate about. A similar thing is happening to Jeff Clark, the former Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Syndicated News] President Joe Biden’s Schedule for Monday, October 11, 2017

by R. Mitchell -

Summary: President Joe Biden will return to the White House at the crack of … 4:20 PM – there is nothing else on his typically sparse calendar. President Joe Biden’s Itenerary for 10/11/21 3:35 PM Depart family home in Wilmington, Delaware4:25 PM Arrive at the White Hose White House Briefing …

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Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[TBT] Winners And Losers Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Markets] ASOS says Chief Executive Officer Nick Beighton will step down ASOS says Chief Executive Officer Nick Beighton will step down Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[Critical Race Theory] Podcast: The Legacy of Columbus

The controversy surrounding Christopher Columbus has spanned decades. To some, Columbus serves as a symbol of bloodthirsty colonial expansion, a petty tyrant hellbent on pillaging... Read More

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Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
[World] [Eugene Volokh] Monday Media: Recommend Your Favorite TV Programs or Films What should we be watching? Naturally, the less obvious, the better. ("There's an interesting and influential movie from 1977, called Star Wars, I think": Not very helpful.) Post your recommendations below. Please avoid music, books, podcasts, and other such materials; I plan to have other threads in the coming weeks covering those media. Published:10/11/2021 3:21:43 AM
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