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In the wake of YT getting ready to mass delete/limit the state of channels and videos (bye Yeager) this upcoming week, I bet we'll see more of what's happening to the channel Survival Lilly. Lilly is a 'bushcraft' and survivalist channel, recently being hit with limited state and mass demonetizations. So much so, she decided to create a second channel to put all her restricted content on.

>Her new channel announcement/explanation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LiDH-G7ibw

Funny enough, two of the more glaring hypocrisies on YouTube's part; being the bastion of women's voices and their white knight defenders that YouTube boisterously claims to be, are listed plain as day in Lilly's Restricted channel.

A video that may just help a female fend off a rapist.
>Urban Survival Self Defense
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2qhT1F7bys

A video on her opinion that smaller framed Glocks are great for women's self defense.
>Glock 43 The Perfect Pistol for Women
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkebGMhlsKs


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>>205351

Banning Yeager and lily are good things though.

Both of them are pure cancer
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>>205375
Indeed kek
But, it's more of the principle of the matter.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/laurier-free-speech-1.4414696

Gender Neutral Week (centred, font 48)
December 3-10 (centred, font 28)

To promote inclusion for transgender people in society, everyone is encouraged to show their support by being gender neutral for the week. For people in the transgender community, it can be an anxiety inducing reality to use facilities that reflect the gender they wish to express. Stand up to discrimination, and have the courage to join the transgender community in breaking down gender based barriers, so they can feel comfortable expressing who they are, without feeling alone in their struggles. Everyone is encouraged to walk in the shoes that transgender people wear everyday, and challenge perceptions by treating all facilities as gender neutral for the week. Together, we can fight gender based discrimination and violence, to create a more inclusive society.

Thank You to all those who participate. (Font 18)"

Print this out, and post it up wherever you can, especially on campuses. Lets see how many people support these laws, when they realize their gender segregated safe spaces no longer exist. Didn't add a file, cause I'm not sure how to keep personal data off the file.
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Dialaters should not be supported socially
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>>203105
But you addressed the OP of the thread in that post, and he didn't seem like he approved of this sort of shit. More like he was trying to get a backlash going against it, but maybe I'm just misinterpreting what he said, I dunno.
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>>203292

Thats because the OP was pro-transgender to begin with. I therefore encouraged him to find a firearm to use as a suitable surrogate penis.

Sorry if that's offensive or confusing, but I felt that the importance of combating their pervert agenda necessitated that sort of tactic.

After all, dead perverts have a difficult time perving themselves upon others when they have rendered themselves unliving through the act of fellating a magnum revolver.
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>>200670
Be a straight, white man and walk into a womens bathroom on the first day of that. When confronted say you are legally in the clear as no gender exists at this time, press this argument even with police.

Alternatively, piss and shit in public citing there are no gender neutral bathrooms for you to use if you are denied the first argument.
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tell the CBC what you think of this kind of awesome stuff reddit!

https://echoes.cbc.ca/survey
>https://echoes.cbc.ca/survey
https://echoes.cbc.ca/survey
>https://echoes.cbc.ca/survey

A TERROR PLOT TO ASSASSINATE PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY HAS BEEN FOILED,

Just days after Theresa May complained publicly that Trump is making shit up and there absolutely is no problem with Islam in Britain it came to light there is an extreme Islamist suicide plot against Downing Street. Essentially police believe that the plan was to launch some sort of improvised explosive device at Downing Street and in the ensuing chaos attack and kill Theresa May, the Prime Minister.

The terror came to a head last week with the arrest of two men, by armed police, who were charged with preparing acts of terrorism. Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, from north London and Mohammed Aqib Imran, 21, from south-east Birmingham are due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on terror charges on Wednesday morning.

https://news.sky.com/story/terror-plot-to-assassinate-pm-may-foiled-11158388
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>>205226
Conflating Muslims with "all religious people" is a common left-wing tactic

It's Islam, always Islam, that's the problem
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>>205227
Except when it's Christians.
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#notallmuslims
Just a ten or twenty million.
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>>205227
Yeah, fuck those radical christians travelling to islamic countries to blow themselves up in shisha bars.
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>>205291
Not all Muslims - just way too fucking many muslims

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https://en.crimerussia.com/gromkie-dela/security-council-wants-to-develop-law-on-prohibition-of-anonymity-in-online-games/

>The Security Council instructed the Ministry of Communications and the Federal Security Service to develop a law by June 1, 2018, which would oblige online games and social networks to identify their users. RBC reports it with reference to a copy of the protocol of the Security Council meeting, signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin on November 5.

>It is assumed that, as in the case of messengers, the game resources will have to identify the user by the mobile phone number (in Russia the passport must be attached). Online games are proposed to give the same status as the organizers of the dissemination of information.

>An unnamed source of edition on the gaming market noted that new restrictions might be due to the fact that gaming chats can be used for hidden communication. Moreover, not only extremists or terrorists can talk there, but also organizers of opposition rallies.

>Chief of the game direction Mail.ru Group Vasily Maguryan noticed that already now the player could be identified by e-mail or social networks, which, in turn, are registered to a mobile phone.

>Representatives of the Kremlin, the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Communications and the Federal Security Service did not comment on the new initiative.

>Since January 1, 2018 in Russia, the law on the Prohibition of Anonymity in Messengers, adopted in the summer of 2017, comes into force. At the same time, new rules for the sale of SIM cards will come into force – now it is necessary to exhibit the passport.

>The messengers Telegram and WeChat are already in the list of organizers of information distribution. There are also registered social networks VKontakte and Odnoklassniki.
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>>201746
Glory to Arstotska.
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Finally, the cyka dota blyats will be dealt with thoroughly.
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>>201497
While this sucks, it "could" stop bots I suppose.
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>>201497
Good. The more dumb laws the better. In next 10 years the country's population in their 30s - 50s will be all Sovok haters.
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>>201497
Will this kill farming bots?
The end of a shitty era will finally come to a halt

https://www.cnbc.com/2017/12/06/ford-makes-room-for-new-self-driving-vehicle-moving-ev-production-to-mexico.html

>Just months after Ford cancelled plans to build a plant in Mexico and not move some vehicle production south of the border, the automaker says it plans to shift future production of an electric vehicle from Michigan to Mexico.

>The move is part of a larger plan to free up production space at the automaker's plant in Flat Rock, Michigan so it can build its first autonomous-drive vehicle.

>That vehicle, will be a gas-electric hybrid model capable of operating 20 hours a day.

>"You're starting to see the foundation of Ford's bet on A-V's (autonomous-drive vehicles). We're very excited about what we are doing," said Jim Farley, president of global markets for Ford.

>For now, Ford is not revealing many details about the autonomous-drive vehicle it plans to build in Michigan except that it will have commercial grade performance and durability.

>"While others are focusing on A-V's for ride-hailing, our business model will be much more diverse," said Farley. "We'll move people and goods."

>Earlier this year, Ford announced a partnership with Domino's Pizza to develop self-driving cars to deliver pizzas to customers. Farley says the automaker will announce more commercial partners in the months to come.

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https://in.reuters.com/article/kenya-politics/swearing-in-unofficial-president-is-treason-kenya-attorney-general-says-idINKBN1E10Y1

>NAIROBI (Reuters) - Swearing in an alternative president of Kenya would be an act of treason, the country’s attorney general said on Thursday, days before an opposition leader expects to be inaugurated by an unofficial people’s assembly.

>Such an inauguration would worsen the rifts opened by an acrimonious election season, when more than 70 people died in political violence. The extended campaigns eventually led to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election.

>Attorney General Githu Muigai did not name anyone, but opposition leader Raila Odinga said last month that he would be inaugurated by a people’s assembly on Dec. 12 - Kenya’s Independence Day.

>Unless a candidate was declared the victor in an election by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission and the swearing-in was conducted by the Kenyan chief justice, Muigai told a news conference, such a inauguration is “a process wholly unanticipated by the constitution and is null and void”.
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>Under Kenyan law, treason is punishable by death.

>Muigai said people’s assemblies proposed by the National Super Alliance, Odinga’s opposition coalition, were illegal as well.
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African-Americans are three times more likely to develop the blood cancer multiple myeloma than people of European descent. They die at twice the rate of Caucasians, too.

But it’s been unclear whether biology was driving those differences or whether socioeconomics or differences in access to care could explain them, John Carpten, Ph.D., director of the Institute of Translational Genomics at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, told GEN.

Now, the largest-ever genomic study of African-Americans with multiple myeloma, led by Dr. Carpten, finds that blacks are less likely to carry two dangerous mutations, and more likely to carry three genes that hadn’t been previously recognized as connected to the disease.

The genetic analysis, published Wednesday afternoon in PLoS Genetics, also showed that patients who had the same treatment regimen had the same outcome, regardless of ancestry—suggesting that disparities in care account for the excess number of African-American deaths.

Multiple myeloma has long been a poster child for medical disparities by race, said Daniel Auclair, Ph.D., senior vice president of research at the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF), and an author on the paper. “If you would provide equal access,” he said, African-Americans “should do just as well or maybe even better than non-African-American patients.”

The research relied on publicly available data from the CoMMpass study, sponsored by the MMRF, which aims to follow more than 1,000 newly diagnosed patients during a period of 8 years. The new analysis looked at the genes of both healthy and cancerous cells in 718 of those patients.


The study included 127 African-American patients—the largest cohort of its kind ever analyzed—as well as nearly 600 Caucasians.


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>>204625

Thank you for explaining.

You can go now, stupid man.
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>>204619
you dumber than a nigger lol
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>>204657

Not possible, troll. Speak for yourself.
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Have they taken into account the fried chicken and watermelon affect?
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>>204611
You need mental help or Jesus. Honestly probably both.

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Two senior Justice Department officials have confirmed to Fox News that the department's Office of Inspector General is reviewing the role played in the Hillary Clinton email investigation by Peter Strzok, a former deputy to the assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI who was removed from the staff of Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III earlier this year, after Mueller learned that Strzok had exchanged anti-Trump texts with a colleague.

A source close to the matter said the OIG probe, which will examine Strzok's roles in a number of other politically sensitive cases, should be completed by "very early next year."

The task will be exceedingly complex, given Strzok's consequential portfolio. He participated in the FBI's fateful interview with Hillary Clinton on July 2, 2016 – just days before then-FBI Director James Comey announced he was declining to recommend prosecution of Mrs. Clinton in connection with her use, as secretary of state, of a private email server.

In his FBI position, Strzok also enjoyed liaison with various agencies in the intelligence community, including the CIA, then led by Director John Brennan.

House investigators told Fox News they have long regarded Strzok as a key figure in the chain of events when the bureau, in 2016, received the infamous anti-Trump "dossier" and launched a counterintelligence investigation into Russian meddling in the election that ultimately came to encompass FISA surveillance of a Trump campaign associate. -

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/12/03/ex-mueller-team-members-role-in-clinton-probe-under-review.html
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>>204628
The whole thread
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>>205001
5 Rubles have been deposited into your Alfa-bank account.
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>>205004
5 cummies have been deposited into your beta-bank account
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>>204999
Idpol takes another poor, unfortunate soul. Let us pray.
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>>204913
Baby bird brain

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Share any of your stories and salt from election night of 2016
I have some election coverages from those who are interested

Watch as Armenians finally get some justice
https://youtu.be/ARcsjgPIx34

Watch as Rachel Maddow realises that he has always been a man
https://youtu.be/sVIwp2-82Ok

Watch as Charlie Rose gets away with rape on live TV
https://youtu.be/AFZPzH0qp44

Watch as Wolf Blitzer have a meltdown
https://youtu.be/d_BUxdoSWrI


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get this blogshit outta here!
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Bernie was never a democrat ...
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>>204963
>Sees a well thought out post
>Post lel u le mad lel
Like pottery
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>>204954
>>nobody really wanted hillary to win
lolololololololololololololol
Nobody believes this lie, you stupid faggot.
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>>205175
>muh well thought out post
Fucking kys

"The Su-57 is not expected to enter into serial production until upgraded engines are ready, which is unlikely to happen until 2027" - Gorenburg.

https://www.rt.com/news/412157-su-57-jet-new-engine/ "The military is expected to begin receiving the first fighters in 2018, according to Russian Airspace Forces commander Colonel General Viktor Bondarev."

https://www.ruaviation.com/news/2017/12/5/10320/ "Design work should be completed in 2019, then it is expected to begin deliveries of these aircraft to the military.
The installation batch will consist of 12 aircraft, said the head of the United Aircraft Corporation Yuri Slyusar"

Did are poor Harvard Analyst screw up royally?

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https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Justice/2017/1128/At-stake-at-US-Supreme-Court-privacy-in-the-digital-age

In more ways than one, Timothy Carpenter has been demonstrating the importance of smartphones in modern-day life.

Seven years ago, he began organizing and committing a series of armed robberies of cellphone stores in Michigan and Ohio. On Wednesday, he will be arguing to the United States Supreme Court that the privacy of historical location data collected by cell towers should be protected by the Constitution. If the justices agree, it will be the first time the Constitution’s privacy protections have been updated since the internet was invented. As digital technology becomes increasingly necessary for day-to-day activities, the outcome of this case could help determine how private those activities are.

“For every advance in technology, the [high] court has had an opportunity to weigh in on the effect of the new technology on privacy,” says Alex Abdo, a senior staff attorney at the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University. “This case may very well decide whether we can expect privacy in the digital age.”

Before he was a pioneer of privacy rights, Carpenter was supplying the firearms and serving as a lookout for robberies. During that spree seven years ago, his fellow robbers would enter a store brandishing their guns, herd customers and employees to the back, and order them to fill bags with new smartphones.

While investigating the robberies, authorities ordered MetroPCS and Sprint to turn over records of every call made to and from Carpenter’s phone over a 127-day period from cell sites the two companies operated in the areas where robberies were alleged to have occurred. The records – obtained in accordance with a federal law but without a judge-approved warrant – helped authorities place Carpenter at the scenes of the robberies and, ultimately, convict him.
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>>204988

And not your call records from your service carrier which don't require a warrant?

And not anything unencrypted, including texts? Especially those easily snapped up with a stingray?

And not location tracking?

I can remember those offhand, let me know if you need more examples. These days you really have to cherrypick to find exceptions in which your "rights" require the powers-that-be to get a warrant...

Sorry I called you a retard but these things should be more widely known to those who think that know something about "rights".
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so who are we going to target when Net Neutrality bill is passed.. riots maybe?
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>>202155
why didn't they just get a warrant? sheesh.
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>>205026
They were under the impression they didn't need one.
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>>204995
Don't know if you wanted to respond to someone else, but except for unencrypted texts you just listed meta data

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UK pharmacies will be selling Viagra over the counter as of spring 2018, but the men of Ringaskiddy in Ireland’s Cork County don’t need to pay for the erectile dysfunction drug. In fact, they don’t even have to pop the little blue pill: the fumes from a nearby Viagra manufacturing plant reportedly have an arousing effect on the male population. The villagers claim that even their dogs roam about in a state of arousal. Basically, it’s a case of “love is in the air,” but it may not be all fun and games.

Viagra is a cash cow for US-based pharma giant Pfizer, which has had this particular factory going for about two decades. According to a company statement, the stories are just an “amusing” myth. “Our manufacturing processes have always been highly sophisticated as well as highly regulated,” Pfizer said. Still, the stories have been circulating for years, and there are too many accounts to just brush aside the issue.

Interest in Ringaskiddy and its amorous air was rekindled after the announcement that Viagra will soon be available without a prescription. Rumors that the factory fumes are making men and dogs frisky have been around for years. With the spotlight turning to Pfizer’s facility, it was only natural that reporters would resurrect the story of the special air quality in Ringaskiddy. Here’s what some of the villagers had to say.

“We’ve been getting the love fumes for years now for free. It’s amazing the number of people who come to this village, perhaps out of curiosity, and then never leave. They settle down here. As they say, there’s something in the air — not that we need it, of course. But for some fellas with problems in that department it can be a blessing,” according to local Sadie O’Grady, whose daughter Debbie O’Grady jokingly added, “One whiff and you’re stiff.”


http://www.odditycentral.com/funny/irish-village-claims-fumes-from-nearby-viagra-factory-are-giving-men-and-dogs-hard-ons.html
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“Even the dogs here have been known to walk around in a state of sexual excitement,” noted another local, Fiona Toomey.

It may sound great for the villagers’ love lives, but the people of Ringaskiddy have their concerns and fear that something serious may be going on. Toomey, a psychiatric nurse back home after a five-year stay in the US, said: “I think that Viagra must have got into the water supply. I’m convinced that’s what happened at the very beginning before they were so closely regulated.”

The thing is that Viagra is a prescription drug for a reason. The UK will be the first country to sell it over the counter, but some men will still require a doctor’s signature to buy the pills. These include men with serious heart, liver, or kidney problems. Viagra can become dangerous when combined with certain medications and may have serious side effects when taken along with alcohol or recreational drugs.

So, you still think those Ringaskiddy men and the local dogs are lucky? Could it be that the stories are just another one of those amusing yarns the Irish are famed for?

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Hotel owners, beware: sometimes respectable-looking, well-behaved guests are after your room fixtures! An Indian man actually made a career of it, taking off with more than 120 TV sets from hotels over a period of four months.

Vasudev Nanaiah, 37, was arrested last month and charged with 21 counts of theft after wreaking havoc among budget hotels in southern India by stealing an impressive number of TV sets from the rooms he booked. The TV pilferer would reserve the rooms be telephone, and always make a small advance payment, informing the staff that he would be staying there for several days, in order to avoid suspicion. Nanaiah always arrived with bulky suitcases in tow, and in case they proved too small for the targeted TVs, he would simply go out and buy new ones.

Police say that the Indian thief would confuse hotel staff by repeatedly walking in and out of the establishment carrying his suitcase, on various pretexts, that they never suspected that at one point he would just walk out and not come back.

“He would walk in and out of the hotel on some pretext so many times that the hotel reception would not realize when he had walked out with the TV set never to return,” police deputy commissioner Chetan Singh Rathor said.

Nanaiah never raised any suspicion in hotel personnel, who describe him as “decent and well-behaved.”

Interestingly, the sticky-fingered hotel guest was first arrested in October, after being caught red-handed, but was released on bail. Instead of changing his ways, the man wasted no time picking up where he’d left off, getting back to business within days of his release. Unfortunately for Vasudev, police were keeping an eye on him, and busted him again last month while trying to fence some of the stolen TV sets.

http://www.odditycentral.com/pics/indian-man-checks-into-hotels-steals-120-tv-sets-over-four-months.html
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lol, my man
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>>202881
Based as fuck. The hotelcunts deserve it
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>>202883
Go to /pol / if you want to discuss drumpf's tweets 24/7
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>>204640

The crack you're smoking has killed your brain cell, faggot.

I was not discussing the Pretender-in-Chief's twitter spam.
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>>202902
Its news, not the most important news for sure, but news none the less. Get the fidget spinner out of your ass, replace it with a comb, then simply ignore this post if you dont like it. Better yet, fuck off over to reddit.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/humble-sea-sponge-is-ancestor-of-all-humanity-ksw6gn37b

>Next time you scrub yourself down in the shower, spare a thought for your sponge. Sea sponges may have no organs or cognition to speak of, and they may be solely valued today for their absorbency and squidginess, but something similar to them was where we all began.

>Scientists claim to have resolved a long-standing dispute in evolutionary biology, by finding that the sponge is the first animal to break off the evolutionary tree and mark out its own niche. The discovery means that every animal that exists today probably comes from a simple filter-feeding blob.
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http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/we-have-all-descended-sea-sponges-say-scientists-1649985

>Scientists have found sponges were the first to branch off the evolutionary tree to become common ancestors to all other animals that ever lived. This finding has put an end to years of debate in the scientific community over whether it was sea sponges or comb jellies that are what they call the "sister of all animals".

>"We need to try to understand the sponges much better if we want to understand the nature of animals' – and our own – deepest ancestry," said Davide Pisani, co-author of the research and professor of phylogenomics (study of evolution and genomics) at the University of Bristol.
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>>204805

HAAHHAHAHAA
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>>203851
the fuck we are.
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Communists came from sponges, because they still are sponges on the system
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>>204904

Nice.

Congrats to your brain cell for that amazing wit of yours
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>>204923
It is amazing how he can tie literally anything to commies.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/time-running-buzzfeed-mashable-074413166.html

>New York (AFP) - BuzzFeed has given up on going public for now and Mashable is looking for an emergency buyer. The honeymoon period looks to be over for online news websites -- left fragile by a model built almost entirely on advertising.

>Less than two years ago, blog turned news site Mashable was valued at $250 million, with Time Warner among its investors.

>Today, its value has plummeted by 80 percent, and it's reportedly about to be sold to Ziff Davis. The publisher did not respond to requests for comment.

>Meanwhile, revenues that fell short of expectations at BuzzFeed -- built on a combination of pop culture and social networks -- mean it is no longer expected to go public next year.

>The website has just announced it is letting go of around 100 of its 1,700 employees.

>These sites -- like others founded in the last 10 years -- promised investors huge growth driven by advertising as traditional media battled for survival.

>But in the space of a few months, the tide has turned -- as Google and Facebook's chokehold on the online advertising market reaches a critical point.

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>>204850
This. It's not really a left or right issue, just a shitty practice issue.
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>>204850
>When I go to a site and see that the article was made into a slideshow or click through type, I just close the fucking tab. It's so fucking annoying.

Really, this. These types of pages that rely on impulsive interest shoot themselves in the foot with designs that require focus and patience to get all the information from. It doesn't surprise me the bubble is getting ready to pop.
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>>204871
I can show you at least 10 right-wing sites that do this kind of thing too. You can't seriously be trying to politicize a capitalistic practice for brownie points, like, take a break from your shilling
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>>204871
Have you seen the amount of ads and clickbait on Breitbart lately?
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>>204971
https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/blob/master/MANIFESTO.md



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