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  1. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/04/health/aids-cure-london-patient.html?smtyp=cur&smid=tw-nytimes
  2. In fact most of the left have gone silent on this, usually they would be screeching and protesting in the streets and burning things down over a dual "hate crime" like this (homophobic AND racist attack). So tell me lefties, why are y'all silent all of a sudden? It's almost like you think he's lying or something
  3. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6699891/Brooklyn-gym-teacher-30-fired-playing-Fortnite-students-reward-them.html
  4. i just relate to it so much ugh if yall werent aware i had a phase during october 2018 where the only thing i would post was the island gyal video but with different captions and tbh... my best era
  5. A Ugandan woman is speaking out after she claims she was turned away from a hotel in Guangzhou, China, accusing several hotels in the city of “blacklisting” guests from Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria. “…They opened the door for me, I told them my name and they confirmed I had a room,” Hatanga recalled. “Then they asked for my passport; when I gave them my passport they told me ‘sorry, we cannot host you.'” When she asked why Hatanaga said she was told the hotel had orders from police not to allow guests from Uganda. “You’re no longer wanted,” she said hotel workers told her. Hatanga was left looking for another place to stay. All the hotels within a 30-mile radius weren’t allowing Ugandans either, however. Apparently, someone had committed a crime at one of the local hotels and the suspect was believed to be either Ugandan, Kenyan or Nigerian, she explained. Thus, all those nationalities were barred from lodging at Guangzhou hotels. One of the hotels reportedly put up a notice declaring “Black/African guests are not welcome,” according to the U.S. consulate. “Just because one Black person was suspected to come from one of those countries, all of us were condemned,” Hatanga said. ” … So basically everyone was being thrown out.” source: https://atlantablackstar.com/2018/08/19/chinese-hotels-are-turning-away-african-guests-despite-african-nations-welcoming-them-with-open-arms/
  6. SJWs seem to have fully last the plot this year following trying to change sayings such as 'kill two birds with one stone' with the vegan sjw friendly 'feed 2 birds with 1 scone' and other nonsense things they have moaned about recently. Now following their complaining of Baby, It's Cold Outside, theu have gone one step further and..... They have now actually created a politically correct version of the song which is totally ridculous and just total nonsense. The original song makes sense in its social and historical context and is a christmas CLASSIC The PC version is just a horrendous mess of a song. Get your ear plugs at the ready COP
  7. I'm so glad our former good sis has her own little playground
  8. https://nypost.com/video/porn-accidentally-played-from-college-professors-laptop/?utm_source=facebook_sitebuttons&utm_medium=site buttons&utm_campaign=site buttons
  9. oScientists baffled : Suicidal Cows This is so interesting to me. Looking at the latest incidents, I feel like it's now a trend in cow community to become suicidal
  10. Police in Davis, California, are investigating allegations that a 16-year-old baked her grandfather’s ashes into sugar cookies and, with the help of another student, distributed them to classmates, some of whom ate them. Davis Police Lieutenant Paul Doroshov told BuzzFeed News that sometime in early October, the female student at Da Vinci Charter Academy allegedly baked the cookies at home, brought them to school, and along with another female student, handed the cookies to her classmates, nine of whom ate the sweets. Doroshov, a department spokesperson, did not identify the alleged cremation cookie baker. The two students told some classmates what was in the cookies but withheld the secret ingredient from others, according to Doroshov and students who spoke to BuzzFeed News. Some students who knew about the ashes apparently ate the baked goods anyway. Police believe the allegations are credible, Doroshov said, and have questioned students and teachers at Da Vinci Charter Academy, as well as the baker’s parents. Police have not been able to test the cookies for remains, he added, because they don't have the treats. No charges have been filed, Doroshov said, and police are working with the school on how to resolve the matter. Da Vinci Charter Academy declined to comment on the incident to BuzzFeed News, and did not answer questions about what actions, if any, had been taken in response. In a letter to parents, Da Vinci Charter Academy's principal, Tyler Millsap, said that "there is no health risk at to our campus or to any one of our students” and that the school “regret that this issue has been taken up by the media.” Davis Unified School District took a similar position. "Those who were involved are remorseful and this is now a personal family matter and we want to respect the privacy of the families involved," the district said in a statement. According to two Da Vinci students who spoke to BuzzFeed News, the baker received a suspension, and is now back at school. It is unclear whether her alleged accomplice was disciplined. Angelina Boggess, a senior at Da Vinci, told BuzzFeed News that the baker, a sophomore, offered her a cookie before first period, but Boggess declined. She said she hasn’t spoken to police or school officials about the cookies. “The cookies were grey and they didn’t look like regular sugar cookies,” Boggess said. She added that it didn’t take long for the secret to come out. “Everyone around her told me not to eat it, and I thought it was an edible," Boggess said. "I had it in my hand for a split second, then she said she had put her grandpa’s ashes in the cookie.” More unsettling than the cookies, she said, was the demeanor of the student handing them out. “The craziest part to me is that she seemed unphased and was bragging about what she did," Boggess said. "Saying that his leg could be in one cookie, with a big grin on her face. That’s when I handed it back to her and just was in total disbelief.” Another student, who asked not to be named, told BuzzFeed News that he knew what was in the cookies, and ate one anyway. The cookie's texture was “a bit too granulated — don’t think the ash incorporated well," the student said, but otherwise it tasted normal. “Ash is ash, doesn’t matter where it comes from. It really isn’t that big of a deal.” Andy Knox, a student at Da Vinci, told local news station KCRA he was on the way to environmental science class when one of the cremation cookie peddlers offered him one. She told him there was a “special ingredient” in the cookie, he said, which he assumed to be marijuana until she told him it was her grandfather’s ashes. Then she laughed, Knox said. “I didn’t believe her until she pulled out the urn,” he told KCRA. He ate the cookie, although its not clear if that was before or after he found out what was in it. “If you ever ate sand as a kid, you know, you can kind of feel it crunching in between your teeth. So, there was a little tiny bit of that,” Knox said. https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/blakemontgomery/teen-allegedly-bakes-grandfathers-ashes-cookies?utm_source=dynamic&utm_campaign=bffbbuzzfeednews&ref=bffbbuzzfeednews
  11. A gay penguin couple "kidnapped" a chick at Denmark’s Odense Zoo while the baby’s parents went for a swim, according to a zookeeper. The zookeeper, Sandie Hedgegard Munck, said the gay penguins wanted to be parents and likely thought the chick’s mom and dad were being neglectful, according to Denmark broadcaster DR. "The parents disappeared, and the kid was simply kidnapped," Munck said, noting she thinks the negligence was on the part of the father in the straight penguin couple. "I know that the female is very caring for the kid, and she is also very aggressive to us animal lovers if we get too close to the chick," Munck explained in Danish. "I think the female had been out to get her bath, and then it had been the male's turn to care for the kid. He may have then left, and then the [gay] couple had thought, 'It's a pity, we'll take it.'" The zoo was reportedly going to let the gay penguins keep the baby if the parents did not come looking for it but, after a day, they eventually confronted the gay couple, and the baby was returned to its biological parents. The penguin "fight" was caught on camera and posted to Facebook by the Odense Zoo. After observing the caring nature of the gay couple, Munck told DR, she decided to give them a second chance at parenthood. She gave the two male penguins an egg from a female penguin who would not be able to take care of it. This is not the first time gay penguins have made the news. Back in 2004 — in an article titled "Love That Dare Not Squeak Its Name" — The New York Times published an article about Roy and Silo, a couple who began their relationship in 1998 at New York’s Central Park Zoo. The zoo’s staff observed the male penguins engaged in mating rituals, including entwining their necks and sharing mating calls with each other. The pair were also observed trying to hatch a rock as if it were an egg, which led the zoo to give the couple their own egg, which successfully hatched and was named "Tango." Their story was made into a children’s book in 2005 titled "And Tango Makes Three." https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/gay-penguins-kidnap-chick-straight-parents-denmark-zoo-n913611
  12. This is how it happens when extraterrestrials make contact with Earth. It starts with a newspaper report about suspicious activity at a space research facility—government agents and military vehicles. The local sheriff gets angry and confused. Then the TV news reports feature interviews with locals saying things like, “Nothing really happens here very much. And since nobody knows, it could be almost anything.” All that has happened over the last week at the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico, 130 miles southwest of Roswell—and the situation is still a mystery. It seems to have started last Friday when the observatory was temporarily closed because of an undisclosed security issue. Shari Lifson, a spokesperson for the group that manages the facility—Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA)—told the Alamogordo Daily News: “We have decided to vacate the facility at this time as a precautionary measure. It was our decision to evacuate the facility.” Otero County Sheriff Benny House told the Daily News that FBI agents told his officers to “standby,” and would not explain the security threat to him or why the federal law enforcement agency was involved. “But for the FBI to get involved that quick and be so secretive about it, there was a lot of stuff going on up there,” House said to the Daily News. “There was a Blackhawk helicopter, a bunch of people around antennas and work crews on towers, but nobody would tell us anything.” House seemed especially confused since the staff at the observatory aren’t federal employees, as far as he knows. “These guys are regular workers that work for this company. I don’t know why the FBI would get involved so quick and not tell us anything,” he told the Daily News. Frank Fisher, a public affairs officer at FBI’s Albuquerque Division, told Gizmodo that it was referring all inquiries to AURA. Lifson of AURA told Gizmodo today that the facility is still closed because the research group is still “addressing a security issue” and “is working with the proper authorities on this issue,” but has no further comment about the nature of the security issue. A dispatcher at the Otero County Sheriff’s office told Gizmodo that the matter is still a complete mystery to their office. “We don’t know what is going on. We haven’t had any updates. We haven’t gotten any information at all,” he said. “There’s not much we can do about it. We’ve decided to respect their wishes. We’re not going to make any inquiries and they’re not telling us.” https://gizmodo.com/this-is-how-it-starts-fbi-suspiciously-locks-down-eva-1829012554?rev=1536790874207&utm_medium=socialflow&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook
  13. Doctors were forced to improvise when it came to removing a sex toy from one unlucky patient. The unnamed man turned up at the emergency room with a 23-inch sex toy lodged inside his colon. He apparently struggled to remove the toy at home. Deciding he needed expert help, the red-faced 31-year-old went to hospital 24 hours after the sex toy became stuck. He told doctors he was suffering from mild abdominal pain, but other than that had no symptoms that were causing concern. X-rays showed a “long and large-sized” foreign body in his colon. Doctors at ASST Great Metropolitan Hospital in Niguarda, Italy, tried to remove the sex toy using standard techniques, where a tube and grabbing device is inserted. But due to the “smoothness and size of the object,” none of the tools medics had were able to grab hold of the sex toy. The grabbing devices were either too loose or simply didn’t have the range to latch onto such a large foreign body, the doctors wrote in a case report. Stuck for ideas on how to remove the sex toy, the quick-thinking medics invented a new tool, using medical wire to latch onto it and pull it out. Threading the wire through a catheter tube to create a “noose” at the end, they were able to insert the tube into the man’s colon and reach the sex toy. The noose of wire was then looped around the sex toy like a lasso and tightened until doctors had enough grip to pull it out. The patient was discharged the same day and suffered no further symptoms. “Our new ‘handmade’ device proved to be harder than an ordinary snare used for polypectomy [a procedure normally used to remove polyps] and allowed us to grab the foreign body,” Dr. Lorenzo Dioscoridi wrote in the British Medical Journal case report. “The choice of a relatively large diameter of the catheter (2.8mm) allowed us to avoid an excessive kinking of the loop inside the catheter that could limit a correct opening of this snare-like device. “In our opinion, this new technique is easy and reproducible in most endoscopy rooms, and we suggest it as a valid option to remove large foreign bodies from the colon and rectum when standard endoscopic devices fail in foreign body extraction.” https://nypost.com/2018/09/03/doctors-invent-tool-to-remove-23-inch-sex-toy-from-mans-colon/