Weird part is that I only see black people getting hurt and needing attention with the fights they start at these protests. Even today the only ones posting bloody faces on Twitter were blacks. They probably stopped one of their from getting help.
>>27816 For acting like a dick. The only reason people act like this at these events is because they're (usually) sure they'll just be escorted out and told to leave. This time he got what he asked for.
A high-profile pro-gun activist was shot in the back by her four-year-old son after he found her pistol lying on the back seat of her truck just 24 hours after he boasted about his shooting skills online.
Jamie Gilt, 31, who posts about firearms on her social media accounts was driving through Putnam County, Jacksonville, Florida, on Tuesday in her truck when she was wounded after the toddler picked up the weapon and shot her in the back.
It came just a day after she said the youngster would get 'jacked up' before a shooting practice on a page dedicated to her musings on Second Amendment rights.
On the profile Jamie Gilt for Gun Sense she wrote: 'Even my 4 year old gets jacked up to target shoot with the .22'.
She reportedly believes she has the right to shoot anyone who threatens her family - and plans to teach her offspring the same mentality.
According to CBS47, Gilt was on her way to pick up a horse when the shooting unfolded.
Her four-year-old son picked up a loaded .45 semi-automatic handgun from the back seat, pointed it towards his mother and pulled the trigger.
The powerful round went through the front seat and passed through Gilt's body .
Gilt flagged down a passing Sheriff's deputy and told him that she had been shot.
Deputies recovered a .45 semi-automatic handgun from the floor of the truck. They are satisfied that the round was fired from inside the vehicle.
Gilt and her son had been travelling to pick up a horse from a relative when the accident happened.
The two intoxicated women blasted music from a "boom box" on board the Spirit Airlines flight Wednesday morning from Baltimore to Los Angeles. When passengers complained, the loud-music lovers held the boom box in the air.
But what played out so beautifully when John Cusack did it in "Say Anything" hit a sour note in real life high in the skies.
Authorities say five women got into a brawl on Spirit Flight 141 before it landed at Los Angeles International Airport.
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We’ve learned (via NeoFAG) that Amazon Japan now ships video games and video game consoles to overseas purchasers.
It’s worth pointing out that you can only import games and game consoles sold by Amazon, and not third party sellers. You should also keep in mind consoles and games that are region-free, while some platforms (mostly older consoles, or Nintendo-based ones) are region-locked.
You can create a Japanese... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
But why is Japan so against export? A fuckton of stuff isn't available outside of it or has ridiculous shipping costs. Even Amazon JP is extremely limited. It feels like they never got over their XVIII century closed borders policy
For the guardians of French gastronomy, the prospect of being served something as unsophisticated as a slab of mincemeat with a bap and slice of cheese would long have been considered sacrilegious. Today, however, the tables have turned. In a culinary revolution, three quarters of French restaurants now sell hamburgers and 80 per cent of these say it has become their top-selling dish, according to a new study.
"Le burger" – as the French dub the quintessentially American invention to the despair of linguistic purists of the Académie Française – has become a feature of even the most illustrious eateries.
Indeed, such is its success that sales are set to overtake those of the classic "jambon beurre" (ham and butter baguette), the nation's staple lunchtime sandwich.
Last year, the French chomped their way through 1.19 billion burgers, an 11 per cent rise on the previous year, while "le jambon beurre" fell to 1.23 billion.
"Burger mania (in France) is unstoppable," declared Bernard Boutboul, head of Gira Conseil, the food consultancy behind the study.
"If it goes on like this, then one can assume that within two years sales of the jambon-beurre and burger will be neck and neck."
In truth, the French have long been lovers of burgers in fast-food outlets. France is McDonald's biggest market in the world outside of the US and was practically the only nation in the world where the chain posted a rise in sales last year.
However, Mr Boutboul said the reason for the burger's phenomenal success in France has been its spread from fast-food to more traditional sit-down restaurants, even top-tier ones.
"The weight of McDonald's, Quick (a French fast food chain) and Burger King is derisory as it only represents a third of the 1.10 billion burgers sold in 2016," he told AFP.
The French press remarked that gastronomic times have decidedly changed.
"This meat, cheese and sauce between two baps was once the perfect portrait of 'malbouffe' (cr** food)," wrote Corse Matin.
Today, however, "from basic fast food to Michelin-starred restaurants, the hamburger is taking root; More than a fad, it has become a way of life … the dish is no longer out of place in any surrounding or decor."
Indeed, the burger can be found at such top-notch restaurants as Alain Ducasse's Le Relais du Parc or Joêl Robuchon's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
France is set to see a new invasion of burger joints in the coming months with Five Guys, the high-end hamburger chain that Barack Obama once dubbed "the best in the world", opening its first outlet at Paris' Gare du Nord train station in the coming weeks.
The burger's success has taken its toll on the "jambon-beurre", seen as the benchmark French lunch sandwich and which has lost ground as its average price has risen by almost 13 per cent in five years to €2.84.
"The jambon-beurre was once again under attack in 2015 by différents... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
One of the main criticisms of the modern era of industrialized, plastic-wrapped meat is that it completely detaches consumers from the brutal slaughter endured by millions of cows every year.
But sadly, the bottom line is that most people don’t really care where their meat comes from, or how it gets to their plates, which is probably all the better considering that Congress just repealed a labeling law that required retailers to state the country of origin of certain types of meat.
But one Seattle startup called CrowdCow... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>27671 This isn't a lie, I can remember local listserv posts from the old BBS and newsgroup days 20 or 25 years ago asking if anyone in the neighborhood wanted to go in on a side of beef to have it butchered properly and receive a proportional share of the meat.
Did Carson really think he add a shot. Was he really that disillusioned, seriously the guys is pants on head backward retard on foreign policy and no one add the talk with him. That is just sad + his wife must have a great personality looking the way she is, bless her heart
A few days ago, in a hotel room in Phoenix, I opened my laptop and decided to watch a few minutes of a film on Netflix. Nope. Instead of Groundhog Day, I was presented with a message from Netflix: “Whoops, something went wrong...You seem to be using an unblocker or proxy. Please turn off any of these services and try again. For more help, visit netflix.com/proxy.”
So I went to that page and learned that “This error occurs when our systems have detected that you are connecting via a VPN, proxy, or ‘unblocker’ service. Because our content library can vary by region... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
In an earnings call in January, shortly after the announcement of tighter policing of VPNs, Reed Hastings, Netflix CEO, termed this an “expanded and enhanced blacklist.”
No doubt this pleases the Hollywood studios, the control freaks of copyright. From this video watcher’s perspective, it’s beyond annoying. I don’t download Hollywood movies or TV shows from torrent sites. I pay, willingly, for streaming and DVD rentals and, for some special films, an outright DVD purchase. Yet I’m being punished when I stream video because I also want security. So are... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hastings said the company doesn’t expect any business impact from its moves. Perhaps it’s counting on the VPN companies and others to keep providing workarounds. (I have one, which involves another kind of secure connection.) But this move, and the company’s increasingly limited streaming catalog and shrinking collection of DVDs, tells me that Netflix thinks it’s so big that it doesn’t have to care about what some of its best customers want. This has soured me on the company in a serious way, so much that I’ve sold my small holding of Netflix stock. I’m also reconsidering... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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