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Ahead of his time.

Saw him live in 1987. Great show.
will always be missed
George Carlin died ten years ago you dumb faggots.


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Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted foreign citizens for trying to influence the American public about an election because those citizens did not register as a foreign agent nor record their financial expenditures to the Federal Elections Commission. By that theory, when will Mueller indict Christopher Steele, FusionGPS, PerkinsCoie, the DNC and the Clinton Campaign? Mueller’s indictment against 13 Russian trolls claimed their social media political activity was criminal because: they were foreign citizens; they tried to influence an election; and they neither registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act nor reported their funding to the Federal Elections Commission.

First, if Mueller’s theory is correct, three things make Steele a criminal: first, he is a foreign citizen; second, he tried to influence an election, which he received payments to do (including from the FBI itself); and third, he neither registered as a foreign agent nor listed his receipts and expenditures to the Federal Election Commission. Also, according to the FBI, along the way, Steele lied…a lot, while the dossier he disseminated contained its own lies based on bought-and-paid for smears from foreign sources reliant on rumors and innuendo.

Second, if Mueller’s theory is correct, three things make FusionGPS a criminal co-conspirator: it knew Steele was a foreign citizen; it knew, and paid, Steele to influence an election; and it knew, and facilitated, Steele neither registering as a foreign agent nor reporting his funding from the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign to the Federal Election Commission.
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oh you russians, anything to deflect from trump doh'hohohoho
This is dumb for a variety of reasons, but I'd just like to ask why the dossier wasn't released before the election if it was made to sway the election? If the Russians had hacked the DNC and released the files to WikiLeaks after the election, you couldn't really say they were trying to get Trump elected could you?
>This, the only one going to jail is Trump and his entire campaign
I highly doubt this. Trump likely didn't have anything to do with it directly. Rusya also tried to support Bernie and Stein.
It really seems like they just wanted Hillary to lose more than any single candidate to win.
They were probably butt hurt from her authorizing meddling in the 2012 rusyan election while she was sec of state
>it knew Steele was a foreign citizen
Seems irrelevant. Washington is awash with foreign contractors.
>it knew, and paid, Steele to influence
He wasn't paid to influence. He was paid to research.
>Steele neither registering as a foreign agent
As a foreigner, he is not required to register as a foreign agent. Perhaps FusionGPS had some obligation to register their involving him?
>reporting his funding from the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign to the Federal Election Commission.
Is this required? Do all people who do opposition research have to report their source of funding to the Electoral Commission?
It may be the case but seems a stretch that the Commission tracks all opp research in any given campaign.
You're a naive idiot if you don't think Trump didn't directly sign off on getting support from Russia when you look at his entire campaign staff and it's knee deep with Ivan. The only other one who might got to jail is Stein because f her contact with Putin, but that's more of what you said in your defense of Trump where she could have been oblivious. The only one off the hook is with Russia is Sanders, but the establishment wing of the Democratic party is already beating him over the head in regards to the Russian's attempt to fracture the party.

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Train engineer Tom Harding leaves the courtroom after hearing he was acquitted.

The town was stupid to allow, in its downtown area, a sharp curve in the railroad.
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>why not set hand brakes ? lazy faggot bozz man didnt tell me too wtf?
Several of the train's handbrakes were set, actually.
>be Canadian
>get blown up by freight train
Agreed. Diffusion of responsibility means you put the captain on trial ("the buck stops here" etc), not the conductor, the poor working sap who happened to be temporarily at the wheel of a sinking dinghy.
pretty similar to what happened in Walkerton due to cuts from Mike Harris.
Actually i think the cuts were before the harper era. Right before election, cuts were made and harper went trough with it. Canadas federal government is good at putting responsibilty on everything but themself. They collect taxes and do shit with it.


President Donald Trump today proposed regulating the content kids consume in video games, movies, and on the Internet during a listening session at the White House, CNN reports.

"We have to do something about maybe what they're seeing and how they're seeing it," he said. "And also video games. I'm hearing more and more people say the level of violence on video games is really shaping young people's thoughts."

He went on to say movies are "so violent, and yet a kid is able to see the movie if sex isn't involved." He then wondered if some type of ratings system is necessary to fix the issue, but it's not clear if he's referring to an overhaul of the current ratings systems for games and movies (which do take violent content into account) or an entirely new system.

The president made these comments during a discussion about school safety following the recent mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that killed 17 people. During the meeting, he also expanded on his idea to train and arm teachers, suggesting that educators who carry guns to class should get "a little bit of a bonus." He added he's considering offering federal money for teachers to undergo "rigorous" firearms training.

President Trump is not the first politician to do some hand-wringing about violence in video games after the Parkland shooting. Rhode Island State Representative Robert Nardolillo III plans to introduce a bill there that will tax video games rated "Mature" or higher by the ESRB. Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin called violent games, TV shows, and music a "culture of death that is being celebrated." While he didn't call for a ban, he believes people should question what value violent media has in our society.
It takes GTA first person occulus rift and psychotropic drugs to create the bad seeds watered daily through the no-life addiction of the boxed entrapment to then produce the fruit.

(Though I smoke cannabis, alcohol is a conduit for demonic possession.)

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White nationalist provocateurs, a pair of fake news sites, an army of Twitter bots and other cyber tricks helped derail Democratic Senator Al Franken last year, new research shows.

While everyone has been focused on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election to support Donald Trump, the Franken takedown originated in—and was propelled by—a strategic online campaign with digital tentacles reaching to, of all places, Japan. Analysts have now mapped out how Hooters pinup girl and lad-mag model Leeann Tweeden's initial accusation against Franken became effective propaganda after right-wing black ops master Roger Stone first hinted at the allegation.

A pair of Japan-based websites, created the day before Tweeden came forward, and a swarm of related Twitter bots made the Tweeden story go viral and then weaponized a liberal writer's criticism of Franken. The bot army—in tandem with prominent real, live members of the far right who have Twitter followers in the millions, such as Mike Cernovich—spewed thousands of posts, helping the #FrankenFondles hashtag and the "Franken is a groper" meme effectively silence the testimonies of eight former female staffers who defended the Minnesota Democrat before he resigned last year.

The operation commenced on November 15, when Stone—who is now banned from Twitter for racism and profanity—tweeted from one of his accounts “Roger Stone says it’s Al Franken’s ‘time in the barrel.’ Franken next in long list of Democrats accused of ‘grabby’ behavior.”

On the same day, a developer named Atsufumi Otsuka registered a web domain in Japan called RealUSA.site, and a fake-news website soon emerged at that web address, according to research shared with the voting rights outfit Unhack the Vote.
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The movies coming from him where good though. Who gives a shit about his personal life. Hate his person, sure, but we really shouldn't stop him from making movies. If this keeps up the only entertainment we'll have left is remakes. And than most men will kill themselves because we gave women too much power and honestly, that wouldn't be a world worth living in.
>meme effectively silence the testimonies of eight former female staffers

So by your liberal logic; Franken ex-staff voices were more important to listen to than the voices of the actual victims?

Did you think maybe the ex-staffers are dependent on seeking future employment from the Dems and their testimony is tainted by this self-serving interest?

How were all the victims stories, backed up by witnesses they shared the account of, at the time it happened, plus pictures not credible enough for you?

You should just stop posting, the stupidity hurts.
>plus pictures
I saw the pictures. The pictures did NOT support the claims. Just sayin'
Do you think that matters to him and his narrative?
>The bot army—in tandem with prominent real, live members of the far right who have Twitter followers in the millions,
sounds like the bots were completely insignificant.


>MOSCOW (AP) — A Clinton-Obama sex tape using body doubles. A Facebook page promoting Texas independence riddled with grammatical mistakes. Islamic State anthems blasting out during the nightshift.

>The U.S. indictment centered on a Russian troll farm only scratches the surface of the St. Petersburg agency that allegedly produced online content to sway the 2016 presidential election — and glosses over how unconvincing some of its stunts could be.

>"No one would buy it, clearly," Baskaev told the broadcaster , laughing.

>The Associated Press couldn't confirm Baskaev's sex tape story, but a video of a purported U.S. soldier in desert camouflage firing an assault-style weapon at a Quran was posted to an American gun forum in September 2015.

>The fakery was screamingly obvious: The soldier's uniform was misshapen and out of date. His helmet resembled the headwear a cyclist might wear and the English he spoke was so heavily accented it was almost indecipherable.

>The BBC's Russian service identified the man in 2016 as a bartender in St. Petersburg, a friend of someone who worked at the troll factory.

>The Quran video and others like it were ignominious flops. The New York Times Magazine in 2015 identified other fake videos , including footage meant to spark panic about a chemical plant explosion in Louisiana supposedly caused by the Islamic State group. Another showed a phony shooting in Atlanta, Georgia that carried echoes of Michael Brown's fatal 2014 encounter with police in Ferguson, Missouri.
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Looks like it's time to shitpost the shitposters. Been looking for a good meme war for a while.
Sound like a typical day on /pol/ tbh.
That's probably not a coincidence
the middle... is what... those Russians call... "rapping"???

I do enjoy quite a bit of Eastern Euro pop/funk. You can do better.
>this influenced the election

Republican lawmakers are gearing up to blame the FBI for not following up on a reported threatening YouTube comment made by last Wednesday's school shooter.

>The FBI failed to properly investigate a tip it received last month about the teenager accused of killing 17 people at a South Florida high school this week, the agency said Friday in an admission that drew outrage from the families of the dead and calls from lawmakers for its director to resign.

>On Jan. 5, a person close to Nikolas Cruz contacted the FBI to report that he had posted disturbing messages on social media and that he had a desire to kill, according to the FBI statement.

>The agency said proper "protocols were not followed" in investigating Cruz, who has been charged as the gunman in the massacre Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the Fort Lauderdale suburb of Parkland.

>The revelation deepened the sense that the attack could have been prevented if authorities had heeded various warnings about Cruz.

>"I'm sick to know those kids may have been alive today if somebody had done their job," said Meredith Barry, whose 16-year-old daughter attends the school and lost one of her best friends in the shooting.

>The 19-year-old suspect was no stranger to law enforcement. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said at a news conference Friday that his office had responded to "approximately 20 calls for service over the last few years regarding the killer." He did not provide details about those calls.

>The tip to the FBI came through its call center, a facility in West Virginia that handles roughly 2,100 calls a day, according to a law enforcement official who spoke about the shooting investigation on the condition that he not be named.

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I too love the taste of a good vibram sole.
Not defeending the behaviour, just pointing out the logic in it
oh, lighten up. maybe he's a soldier, you know, and the church has pardoned many a soldier in its day...
>police break down door.
>dog starts barking.
>holy shit its coming right at us.
>quick, shot it 18 times. Its the only way to be safe.
>raid was for drugs.
>home owner doesn't even have an ounce of pot.
>police did nothing wrong.

Don't greentext the article, it only makes it difficult to read.

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A Florida legislator’s aide was fired Tuesday after claiming two survivors of the Parkland high school shooting were not students, but instead “actors that travel to various crisis when they happen.”

Benjamin Kelly, who worked as district secretary for state Rep. Shawn Harrison (R-Tampa), sent an email to a Tampa Bay Times reporter about Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg, two Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students who had given an interview to CNN.

Gonzalez and Hogg survived the Valentine’s Day massacre at the school that left 17 people dead and dozens of others wounded. Appearing on CNN early Monday morning, the students called for disbanding the NRA and for stricter gun-control laws.

“The fact that you were in power for so long, that you had so much influence for so long in America just goes to show how much time and effort we still need to spend on fixing our country,” Gonzalez said of the NRA. “And gun control is just the first thing right now.”
According to the Tampa Bay Times, Kelly sent an email to the newspaper’s Washington bureau chief, Alex Leary, writing that the two teens “are not students here but actors that travel to various crisis when they happen.”

When the Times asked Kelly to support his claim, he sent a link to a YouTube conspiracy video about Hogg.

“There is a clip on you tube that shows Mr. Hogg out in California. (I guess he transferred?),” Kelly said in the email, according to the newspaper.

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Also, this thread isn’t being bumped with replies anymore either. Not that anyone will see this, but holy fuck this shit is wild.

This world is fucking beautiful boys, sit back and drink it in. Time to disconnect and be a casual observer
Oh fuck off. Suddenly bumped. I’m the fuck out
Looks like the clear eyed patriot called it correctly. Wrongful termination lawsuit?

As to you, OP, it would help if you could try to develop some critical thinking skills. Stop falling
for every stupid propaganda trick, every time!

"“CNN had originally asked me to write a speech and questions and it ended up being all scripted,” Haab, a 17-year-old student at Stoneman Douglas High School, told local news station WPLG-TV. “I expected to be able to ask my questions and give my opinion on my questions.”

“Colton wrote questions about school safety, suggested using veterans as armed school security guards but claims CNN wanted him to ask a scripted question instead, so he decided not to go,” the WLPG-TV reporter said.

“I don’t think that it’s going to get anything accomplished, it’s not going to ask the true questions that all the parents and teachers and students have,” Haab said of the town hall. The questions that were asked at the town hall were overwhelmingly slanted in favor of gun control measures."

Meanwhile, CNN anchors call anybody conservative 'a fucking nazi' and MSNBC hosts refer to any whites critical of Obama as racial slurs... and both networks still employ them. Yet me pointing this out triggers the "people" of the left because they're all basketball supremacist pieces of fecal matter.


>In deep-red Kentucky, Democrat Linda Belcher sailed to victory in the state's 49th House District seat with 68% of the vote on Tuesday.

>Belcher's win marked an 86-point swing from the 2016 general election, when President Donald Trump won the district with 72% of the vote.

>The seat was previously held by Dan Johnson, a controversial former pastor who committed suicide in December, a day after a media investigation exposed allegations that he sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl.

>"People are using their votes and voices to take a stand against the anti-Kentuckian policies of the Republican majority," Ben Self, chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party, said in a statement. "We are confident we will have continued success during the 2018 midterm elections. We have a record-breaking number of Democratic candidates, who along with energized voters, remain passionately focused on state and local issues concerning our children, working-class families and the future of our state."

>Belcher, a former educator who had previously held the seat and lost to Johnson in 2016 by 156 votes, ran against Johnson's widow, Rebecca Johnson.

>Across the 70 special elections in 2017, Democrats beat their Republican opponents by 10 points more than Hillary Clinton did in 2016 and seven points more than President Barack Obama did in 2012, according to data collected by the progressive website Daily Kos.

>And the Democrats' Kentucky win marks the 37th state legislative seat the party has flipped from red to blue since Trump's election.

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>Across the 70 special elections in 2017, Democrats beat their Republican opponents by 10 points more than Hillary Clinton did in 2016 and seven points more than President Barack Obama did in 2012, according to data collected by the progressive website Daily Kos.

I guarantee no idea what this means. Obama and Clinton won 70 State House seats?
>who needs to win regular elections when you can win special elections!
i don think it means anything except 'here are some meaningless numbers that show people dont like repbulicans'
It's comparing the local results of Obama and Clinton's presidential runs to the same area that the special election candidates won.
>Clinton got 48% of the vote in district 1 as part of the wider effort to win the presidency
>Candidate A got 58% of the vote in district 1 as part of the effort to be the representative of district 1
>therefore Candidate A did 10 points better than Clinton in district 1

Repeat that process for all 70 elections and average the results together.
Here is a history. Belcher was the incumbent since 2012 beaten by 150ish votes by Johnson, who killed himself and ended up replaced by.... Belcher again. Its not an azure blue district but its definitely blue when it comes to its state house rep. They use a point swing instead of votes to obscure the fact that it had 25% of the voter turnout of the election Johnson won. It also didnt help that Johnson's wife was the GOP candidate.


>PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) — A 15-year-old student who was shot five times during last week's massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is credited with saving the lives of at least 20 other students.

>A fundraising site says Anthony Borges was shot in both legs and his back while attempting to close and lock a classroom door last Wednesday. Seventeen people were killed.

>Borges' friend Carlos Rodriguez told ABC's "Good Morning America" that the two rushed to hide in a nearby classroom when they first heard gunshots. He says no one knew what to do, but that Borges "took the initiative to just save his other classmates."

>Borges' father Royer Borges says his son called him while lying on the ground after being shot. The father asked him to stay on the line, but at one point, he couldn't hear the teenager's voice anymore.

>"He told me later 'I had to drop the phone because I thought he was coming in and I wanted to pretend I was asleep so he wouldn't continue shooting," Borges told CNN's Spanish language service.

>Anthony Borges and his family are originally from Venezuela. His father says the boy is well-known among local sports clubs for his soccer skills, playing forward and training with Barcelona's youth academy near Fort Lauderdale.

>Moved by the Florida student's actions, U.S. soccer player Landon Donovan rallied his soccer fans to donate to help the teenager's family.

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You should both hang yourselves for gullible stupidity.

Take this board with you.
He committed suicide by gunman. That's not something to praise. What if he saved the next Hitler? Ignore your biased opinion about Jews for a second and understand that by popular vote Hitler was a bad guy, so what I'm trying to say is who are these people he saved and how do they matter? Like, what if they were all just drug addicts and hookers? I mean I could do what he did. Just like run into a burning building and save some babies but oh no I didn't make it. this doesn't make me a hero, it makes me an idiot! Human life is expandable. The guy clearly just wanted to die and he had the balls to do it. He's no hero. He's an hero
Republicans despise immigrants - unless they are the President's in-laws. By some sheer coincidence, they were bumped to the head of the line and given full citizenship.

I wouldn't be at all surprised if they got cushy, high ranking Federal jobs.

> Human life is expandable
Not if you hit the gym once in a while, lardass.

> what if he saved the next Hitler
> next Hitler
If President Trump were in the classroom, I doubt the gunman would have gotten as far as he did.
What was lost when zyzz died young? NOTHING!!


>MUNICH (AP) -- President Donald Trump's national security adviser said Saturday there was "incontrovertible" evidence of a Russian plot to disrupt the 2016 U.S. election, a blunt statement that shows how significantly the new criminal charges leveled by an American investigator have upended the political debate over his inquiry.

>The statement by H.R. McMaster at the Munich Security Conference stood in stark contrast to Trump's oft repeated claim that Russian interference in his election victory was a hoax.

>"As you can see with the FBI indictment, the evidence is now really incontrovertible and available in the public domain," McMaster told a Russian delegate to the conference.

>The detailed document presented the most compelling public evidence to date that the Russian operation was elaborate, expensive and real. Citing emails and conversations by the perpetrators of the plot, it also demonstrated that the ongoing probe may have access to explosive intelligence material gathered on the Russian operations.

>McMaster also noted that special counsel Robert Mueller's team had shown that the U.S. was becoming "more and more adept at tracing the origins of this espionage and subversion."

>Just minutes before, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had dismissed the indictment as "just blabber."

>"I have no response," Lavrov said when asked for comment on the allegations. "You can publish anything, and we see those indictments multiplying, the statements multiplying."

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I don't care about your nutless "sanctions" you fucking virtue signalling faggot. If you want to start WW3, I'm all for it. Let's burn this colored shithole to the ground leaving no survivors.

Otherwise, shut your cockholes the fuck up about "muh russia" because EVERY COUNTRY DOES IT you whiny little shitstain faggots. You are a god damn plague.
>Every country does it
Then it should be easy for you to list off several other enemy countries that have interfered in our elections.
not sure if "every country does it" but the US surely does it often.
To me it seems that Rusya was getting back at hillary for her authorizing meddling in the 2012 rusyan election during her tenure as sec of state.
>have to go into google translate to check which language spells it like that

Just because every country does it doesn't mean the victim should just open the door and let it happen.

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The social-media service Twitter is believed to have suspended thousands of accounts for being automated bots or for other policy violations, drawing outcry from fringe conservative media figures who lost followers in the move.

Many of these figures, such as pro-Trump host Bill Mitchell and white nationalist Richard Spencer, took to the service to complain about losing a small portion of their followers in the move. Other conservative accounts were suspended pending verification that they are run by people.

Twitter did not confirm the number of accounts that it suspended but released a statement saying that it was continuing to identify “suspicious account behaviors” that represented automated activity or other violations of its terms of service.

The company said that its work to remove malicious and fake accounts from its service included asking users to confirm a phone number so they can “confirm a human is behind it.”

“That’s why some people may be experiencing suspensions or locks,” the company said in a statement from spokeswoman Emily Horne. “Note that when an account is locked and being challenged to provide a phone number, it is removed from follower counts until it provides a phone number. This is part of our ongoing, comprehensive efforts to make Twitter safer and healthier for everyone.”
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They just found a pool of bots and blocked them. It's logical that they only the right wing uses bots to sock puppet their arguments.

I remember some democrat strategist saying the democrats should create their own bot army, but that they lack the coordination and don't want to sink to same level as Republicans.
Wasted effort. 90% of twitter is just bots arguing with eachother.

Ban a thousand bots and ten thousand new bots will come online that very same day.
Dems don't need a bot army. They have an army of purple hair tumblrites to shit post for them.
They're in an echo chamber for themselves. Republicans and Russians utilize bots to push out their propaganda to the public.

>Steven Walter Pladl, 42, and his biological daughter Katie Rose Pladl, 20, were arrested last week at their home in Knightdale, North Carolina, after Steven's estranged wife told police that he impregnated their daughter.

>According to warrants, Katie was adopted out of state after she was born. When she turned 18 she used social media to find her biological parents

>The warrants state that Steven and his wife legally separated three months later, in November 2016.

>The wife told authorities that the month she moved out of the home Steven had been sleeping on the floor of Katie's bedroom.

>The wife also said that she learned her daughter was pregnant and that Steven was the father in May 2017 after reading one of her other children's journal.

>According to the warrants, Steven had asked the two younger children to refer to Katie as their step-mom, although she was their sibling.

>After learning about the pregnancy, the wife said she contacted her estranged husband and asked if he had impregnated Katie. He allegedly admitted the baby was his and said they planned to get married.

>Police said at some point after May 2017, Katie and Steven moved to Wake County, North Carolina together. Arrest warrants were issued for them in November 2017 and they were arrested at their Knightdale home in January.

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selective breeding is superior to random breeding. every breed of dog has its own positives and negatives, thats genetics, man.
>bad things
Wrong and wrong
Um...wanna quote some scientific proof, there /news/ie?
I am not buying what you are selling.
Not at all true.
Some dogs in some breeds do have genetic troubles.
This is not nearly as common as popular culture would have you believe.
Its amazing how much bad information people have about genetics these days.
Also GMO food is not bad for you.
Do some reading anon.
tell the story pls

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Girl Scout reportedly sells $300 of cookies outside of California pot shop

The Girl Scout's identity remains a mystery: Her eyes covered by Samoa-shaped glasses, she stands in the photo holding armfuls of cookies outside Urbn Leaf, a San Diego marijuana dispensary.

"Get some Girl Scout Cookies with your GSC today until 4pm!" reads the Instagram caption posted by Urbn Leaf over the weekend referencing GSC, a strain of cannabis inspired by the all-American treats.

The girl sold more than 300 boxes over about six hours, local ABC affiliate 10News reported, citing her father. The national organization's regional council describes it as a hazy sales tactic but could not determined the girl's identity.

“She was walking along the sidewalk when we saw her outside with her wagon," Savanna Rakofsky, marketing director for Urbn Leaf, told USA TODAY. "That’s when we asked if we could get a picture to help promote her being out there.”

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Funny one dude
No...they r veery different
A whore is a whore anon no matter what kind of uniform you put her in
Does anyone have a link to this film?
I think the GSA has scrubbed it from the internet
Why dont they just sell them on ebay and quit bothering me in public?


>Supporters of kratom use have been fighting to keep it legal for years. The Drug Enforcement Administration temporarily listed kratom as a Schedule 1 controlled substance last August, but withdrew the decision after an outcry and a targeted petition effort.

> “As the scientific data and adverse event reports have clearly revealed, compounds in kratom make it so it isn’t just a plant — it’s an opioid,” Gottlieb wrote.
> Sellers market it as a safe, "plant-based" product. But Gottlieb pointed out that heroin comes from plants, also.

>New research shows kratom acts in the brain just as opioids do, FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said in a statement. And he said the agency has documented 44 cases in which kratom at least helped kill people — often otherwise healthy young people.
here's the problem, kratom has never killed anyone, and it doesn't contain opioid drugs--it contains compounds known as opioid agonists. These chemicals will actually prevent you from getting high on regular opioids.

How can we have a man in a position of power like this, who is a liar? Can we petition to have him removed from his post? Are we just going to allow the head of the FDA to deny science?
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> I can take it and feel it has a biological effect
Google placebo effect sometime.

the real question here is how the fuck does anyone actually enjoy that vile shit.
Over the conter pain killers can you, so illreaivant new dea is being jewish confirmed
nice stroke you're having there
I still find it insane that your country banned alcohol but not Cigarette

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