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What happened with him? I missed it
I haven't followed it closely, but i believe he covered a muslim rape gang trial from outside the courtroom. For some reason, this was considered to be 'harassing' the rapists, even though journalists covered his own trial in the same way. He was found guilty, and believes he will be permanently silenced while in prison because he refuses to be silent over the issue.
 
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Facebook has issued a new policy update saying it’s acceptable to post death threats and incite violence against me, despite this being a crime in the United Kingdom.

No, I’m not joking.

A Community Standards update published by Facebook states (emphasis mine); “Do not post: Threats that could lead to death (and other forms of high-severity violence) of any target(s) where threat is defined as any of the following:

Statements of intent to commit high-severity violence; or

Calls for high-severity violence (unless the target is an organization or individual covered in the Dangerous Individuals and Organizations policy)….”

Back in May, Facebook and Instagram banned me under the justification that I was a “dangerous individual”. They provided no evidence whatsoever that I had behaved in a “dangerous” manner or violated any of their policies.

Facebook has designated me a “dangerous individual” and now says it’s acceptable for its users to issue death threats against me.
 
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This could probably go in the tits thread, but I'm gonna post it here: https://www.rt.com/news/450799-paulinha-outfit-brazil-controversy/





Politicians are normally judged by what they do rather than on what they wear, but one lawmaker in Brazil has caused a stir over her ‘revealing’ first-day outfit choice and says she’ll sue those abusing her online.

Ana Paula da Silva, known locally as Paulinha, had previously served two stints as a city mayor before being elected to the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina’s Legislative Assembly in October. But she rose to wider public attention in January, after pictures posted from the assembly’s opening day went viral and began to garner some unsavory attention.

The striking red outfit with the plunging neckline that the state deputy wore was quick to attract comments online. Some immediately questioned if it was the right place for her to wear it.

Others were quick to praise and deem Paulinha’s clothing choice as “appropriate for the place” and pointed out it is the character of the politician that counts. Some joked that “she went clubbing” after the formalities at the Assembly had ended.

However, many were scathing in their assessment calling her the “representative of prostitutes” and some even making references to rape.

Paulinha struck back at the worst of the trolls on Monday, saying that her team has made copies of the offending comments. They will be filed as part of a lawsuit to bring the most malicious commenters to justice, among them a police officer in the state. Any compensation she receives will be donated to a charity of abused women.

“I thought people were going to talk about the red, but they just focused on the cleavage,” she told local network NSC TV, adding that “the way I dress is my problem.”

“Women have breasts and I have big breasts, I’ve always been like that,”
she said, adding that she won’t “become another woman” after becoming a deputy.

“The message has been given,” she said. “Women are in politics and society has to get used to it. There are much more important issues for the Legislative Assembly to discuss.”
 

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Can i trigger emote my own post?
MovieBlob’s insistence that that the white rural working clasee is worthless and subhuman has always been fascinating, since he’s one of the most objectively-worthless human beings to exist.

What has he ever done of value? The only time he actually produced something was that book that was about products other people made. He bitches about video games and politics all day, every day. When he’s awake, he’s bitching on twitter. When he’s asleep, he’s dreaming about bitching on Twitter. His job for as long as he’s had an internet presence is just bitching blogposts for different websites. He has never produced anything of value, he’s never done anything that could possibly tangibly make the world better, he’s never served people or done a job necessary for human civilization. He has never in his life had a novel thought, and he never will. He is content to be a dumbass on twitter for the rest of his days. Stagnant, unable to make meaningful connections, continually getting fired from sites when they had enough his PR disasters, dying of either diabetes or just general hear problems.

No one will miss him, and nothing will be lost.
 
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MovieBlob’s insistence that that the white rural working clasee is worthless and subhuman has always been fascinating, since he’s one of the most objectively-worthless human beings to exist.

What has he ever done of value? The only time he actually produced something was that book that was about products other people made. He bitches about video games and politics all day, every day. When he’s awake, he’s bitching on twitter. When he’s asleep, he’s dreaming about bitching on Twitter. His job for as long as he’s had an internet presence is just bitching blogposts for different websites. He has never produced anything of value, he’s never done anything that could possibly tangibly make the world better, he’s never served people or done a job necessary for human civilization. He has never in his life had a novel thought, and he never will. He is content to be a dumbass on twitter for the rest of his days. Stagnant, unable to make meaningful connections, continually getting fired from sites when they had enough his PR disasters, dying of either diabetes or just general hear problems.

No one will miss him, and nothing will be lost.
Shut the h*ll up
 

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Shut the h*ll up
Shit bro you right, I can’t believe I forgot about the cinematic masterpiece that was the Game Overthinker’s narrative bits.

Bold creative choice to have all the characters be him dressed up in shitty authentic costumes LARPing in his backyard.
 
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Brazilian women........:messenger_smiling_with_eyes::messenger_smiling_with_eyes::messenger_smiling_with_eyes::messenger_smiling_with_eyes::messenger_smiling_with_eyes:

Also the way the dress matches with her makeup is sublime. I would watch C-Span every day if she was in it...............................
It's amazing when you Google weathergirls from Latino or South American countries. They put gorgeous models on stage. That's one way to make me watch the news.

And I'm pretty sure the women there don't go ape shit over fine looking ladies on tv.
 
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They don't represent anybody but themselves with their actions. My nephew is black and they damn sure don't represent him just because they happen to share the same skin color. These idiots deserve an ass beating of a lifetime.
Agreed people should be judged on their own character, not the sins of the father, or in this case, people who share a skin color.
 

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Well..

Pro-Tip: You dont go to South Street in Philly on the weekends or holidays.

You used to be able to... but now if you go as a woman you might be sexually assaulted or if your a man jumped


To play off my last post of..

DONT GO TO SOUTH STREET...Philly, center city/shopping areas, and even the rich areas..are LOST

I grew up going here but it's a known fact, women are sexually harassed and people get jumped now..if it's the wrong night and your the wrong color. Such a shame, was the hot spot to go on a weekend as a teen..

This is from 2 days ago

 
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To play off my last post of..

DONT GO TO SOUTH STREET...Philly, center city/shopping areas, and even the rich areas..are LOST

I grew up going here but it's a known fact, women are sexually harassed and people get jumped now..if it's the wrong night and your the wrong color. Such a shame, was the hot spot to go on a weekend as a teen..

This is from 2 days ago

Grew up in the area. Holy shit. Philly was always dangerous if you didn't know where to be, and it can shift quickly from one block to the next, quicker than any other city ive been in.. people have attempted to mug me 4 times and 3 of those were in philly.

This lawlessness - from flashmob theft and violence through antifa fuckheadery - is unacceptable. And worse yet, it's eventually going to either destroy our cities or result in police crackdowns like we've never seen when the public and local businesses finally realize enough is enough.
 
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Transcript said:
Q. Looking at numbers, 33 unforced errors, then you had a smash at the net which you hit straight to her, then towards the end of the third set you had a double-fault, then missed a drive volley. Do you not have to look at yourself a little bit about how you cope with these big points? It’s all very well saying it’s a lot to do with your opponent, but there were key points when you perhaps could have done better.
JOHANNA KONTA: Is that in your professional tennis opinion?

Q. No, that’s just as a watching spectator with everyone else on Centre Court willing you on. And the numbers are IBM’s.
JOHANNA KONTA: Okay. I mean, I don’t think you need to pick on me in a harsh way. I mean, I think I’m very open with you guys. I say how I feel out there. If you don’t want to accept that answer or you don’t agree with it, that’s fine.

I still believe in the tennis that I play. I still believe in the way I competed. Yeah, I don’t have much else to say to your question.

Q. I’m just asking you as somebody who presumably wants to go on from here, learn from this, win a Grand Slam one day. Is it not something —
JOHANNA KONTA: Please don’t patronize me.

Q. I’m not patronizing you.
JOHANNA KONTA: No, no, you are. In the way you’re asking your question, you’re being quite disrespectful and you’re patronizing me. I’m a professional competitor who did her best today, and that’s all there is to that.

THE MODERATOR: Let’s move on to the next question.
Doesn't sound disrespectful or patronising to me.
Sounds like they're doing their job, being critical, asking questions.

Note that her responses were guarded, evasive and positioned herself as a victim - strawmanning bad attitude from the person asking questions based on factual data.
Zero introspection.

But we are moving forwards to where protected classes are not allowed to be criticism.
Because protected classes adopt a victim stance and decide that anything other than positivity directed towards them is hurtful.
Especially if the source is from a less-than-protected class.


Compare this episode to the recent Quentin Tarantino press conference where a journalist asked why Margot Robbie didn't get more speaking lines in his latest movie.
His response to such a trite and patronizing question was a very subdued and respectful "I disagree with your assessment" but was, of course, reported as "lashing out" at the reporter. The reporter was female.
 
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I reckon Julie Bishop is decent and Natasha Stott Despoja was fine
Julie Bishop is borderline fine for her age in the “my hot stepmother porn” type of way and worth a poke if she could detach herself from her current victim complex. Natasha was “girl next door” hot for like 5 minutes and then didn’t age well. All in my humble opinion of course.

We still have zero bangers like this Brazilian politician though.
 
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Julie Bishop is borderline fine for her age in the “my hot stepmother porn” type of way and worth a poke if she could detach herself from her current victim complex. Natasha was “girl next door” hot for like 5 minutes and then didn’t age well. All in my humble opinion of course.

We still have zero bangers like this Brazilian politician though.
haha yeah good points. Would you go down on Penny Wong? :p
 
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Lmao! Gross. Maybe if she was 23. I’ve had sexcapades with lesbians like her, but not at her current grumpy graying stage. A twenty-something attractive lesbian that has the hots for my missus is another story.
The feminine lesbian in her 20s that may lean towards bi, maybe.

Something tells me Penny however is not her but rather the controlling butch in the house and who wears the pants.
There is not going to be any snuggly time there. Anger and domestic violence probably but no snuggly time.
 

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To play off my last post of..

DONT GO TO SOUTH STREET...Philly, center city/shopping areas, and even the rich areas..are LOST

I grew up going here but it's a known fact, women are sexually harassed and people get jumped now..if it's the wrong night and your the wrong color. Such a shame, was the hot spot to go on a weekend as a teen..

This is from 2 days ago

It looks like a third world country, people just killing around in the street beating people. This is nothing new, either. Remember the Knockout Game that sprung up a few years ago?
 

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Lmao! Gross. Maybe if she was 23. I’ve had sexcapades with lesbians like her, but not at her current grumpy graying stage. A twenty-something attractive lesbian that has the hots for my missus is another story.
Nah dude she’s always been nasty