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"That's what I was off doing, is just trying to figure out how to... For a few dollars in my pocket so I could eat that night."

Jesse Lee Peterson [1.16.19]
"Liberal Gamer DESTINY on Beta Males, Attack on Whites, & Adult Gamers."
https://youtu.be/v31UIhFrszo

Anti-Defamation League National Leadership Summit.
Washington, D.C. May 8, 2017
Federal Bureau of Investigation Director, James B. Comey
3:30 Remarks prepared for delivery.
I first met with you in the spring of 2014, when I was relatively new on the job—just seven months in.
I sang your praises as an organization that fights for inclusivity and diversity, equality and justice. An organization that works with us to fight hate crime and terrorism, to educate law enforcement, and to build bridges with underrepresented communities.
I labeled that last speech a love letter to the ADL.
Three years later I can say, from the perspective of the FBI, we’re still in love with you.

Christopher Cantwell talks briefly on Michael Malice, the JQ, the Culture of Critique, and modern Religion.
Luke Ford Interview 1.12.19
https://youtu.be/V0mgemytCj4

Turn Your Volume Down.
Ralph, Gator, SPCC, and Alex from DanishPolice on stream.me in an alcohol-fueled screaming match.
Source: https://youtu.be/8yLTOzcfY8A
Clipped by dispatch on the danishpolice stream•me channel: https://www.stream.me/danishpolice
Dispatch: https://www.stream.me/dispatch
Ralph: https://www.stream.me/theralphretort

Clashes between Palestinian youths and Israeli forces in "Ramallah" in Israel happening now fires and cars are being vandalized and stones thrown. After Israel attacked the Gaza yesterday night. Going to be a long night for them.

The state’s attorney for Fairfield has issued a report that found officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man in New Britain in December, 2017 were justified in using deadly force. The report concludes that officers who fired upon the driver of the car, Zoe Dowdell, and killed him were justified in the actions they took. On December 14, 2017, police officials attempted to stop a teal Toyota Paseo suspected in a string of violent carjackings and armed robberies that occurred throughout New Britain and the surrounding areas. When they failed to stop, officers exited their cruisers with their weapons drawn and ordered the driver and passengers out of the vehicle. The suspects allegedly refused to comply and instead drove towards the officers at high speed, prompting them to open fire on the vehicle to make it stop.

Officers closed in on the vehicle and detained three individuals, all of whom had sustained gunshot wounds. Ambulances arrived on the scene a short time later and the suspects received medical care. Zoe Dowdell, 20, of Bloomfield was identified as the driver. He was shot in the neck and later died in the hospital from his injuries. Noah Young, 18, of Bloomfield was transported to New Britain General Hospital for treatment of graze wounds and minor lacerations to his arm before being released to State Police custody. The parents of Caleb Tisdol, who was wounded had called on officials to release the dashcam videos.

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George Washington University Law School on 9/12/18.
*Host*
'So looking ahead a little bit.
Last week we saw the Senate hold confirmation hearings for a nominee to your court.
Many observers have said that the process today looks nothing like your confirmation hearing 25 years ago.
President Clinton nominated you in June of 1993 and you were confirmed by the Senate two months later by a vote of 96 to 3.

I might add that the National Asian Pacific Bar Association was pleased to support your nomination. *Applause*

How would you compare the process that you went through with what's going on today?'

* Ruth Bader Ginsburg *
'The way it was... was right... The way it is, is wrong...
The way the atmosphere back in 93' was truly bi-partisan, and the vote on my confirmation was 96 to 3.

Even though I had spent about 10 years of my life litigating cases under the auspices of the ACLU board. And was one of their general counsels.
My White House handlers asked me questions about my ACLU affiliations, they were really nervous about it.

And I said forget it, just forget it, there's nothing you can do that will lead me to bad-mouth the ACLU... And not a single question, no Senator asked me any question, about that.

It was the same for Justice Breyer who was nominated a year later, he hadn't in the 90's... of the numbers.
Or think of Justice Scalia who is certainly a known character. What was it 1986, I mean he had been a Law Professor and written many things, he was, he had been on the D.C. circuit, and so the vote was unanimous.
Everyday Democrat and every Republican voted for him but that's the way it should be.
It's instead of what it has become, a highly partisan show.
Mostly Republicans move in lockstep, so do Democrats.
I wish I could wave a magic wand and he'll have it go back to the way it was.'

This happened resulting from the Volcano Anak Krakatoa erupting and an ensuing Tsunami that hit the mainland 24 minutes later.
At least 168 dead so far in Indonesia.
https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/22/asia/deadly-tsunami-indonesia/index.html
The 305m-high (1,000ft) volcano is about 80km off the west coast of Java and has been erupting since June. In July, authorities widened its no-go areas to 2km from the crater.

Officials say it is rare for eruptions to trigger a tsunami which might explain the initial confusion in not calling it a tsunami.
There is a bit more detail about where the fatalities have occurred.

The worst affected area was the Pandeglang region of Banten province in Java, which encompasses the Ujung Kulon national park and popular beaches, the disaster management agency said. Of the deaths, 33 were in Pandeglang. There were at least three people dead in Serang, which is further north.

Alif, a resident in Pandeglang district who goes by one name, was quoted on Associated Press as saying that the tsunami reached about 3 metres (9.84 feet) high. He told MetroTV station that many people were still searching for missing relatives.

The waves also spread west to Sumatra. In the city of Bandar Lampung on southern Sumatra, hundreds of residents took refuge at the governor’s office.

*Has no problem with brothers & sisters who want asylum in a country that gives more freedom.*

"But what I don't tolerate is that when we don't have resources for Black Americans, especially Native Americans, where because we can't even get jobs because we don't speak Spanish.

You wouldn't go to China and expect the Chinese to conform to American?.. You wouldn't dare do that so why is it okay here in America?

We believe in unification and helping people going through the struggle. The thing is if you step over us and people like organizations like the American Civils Liberties Union? The ACLU, where we can't even have civil rights attorneys to help um American um issues... Most of their lawyers are going to help immigration.

I mean cmon, we don't have any resources here at all here in South L.A. particularly because a lot of the housing goes to our Latin counterparts and our blacks are left out. I'm just speaking neutral, I'm not speaking against... *Thank You* our counterparts but we gotta be fair and we gotta put attention to all of it."

Put into limited state, really?
It's funny if anything.

I'm not sure what context I could provide to make this sane.

#CalExit

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