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Nearly 400kg of cocaine was found inside the Russian embassy in Buenos Aires
80237
Before they're ripe it's easier to understand why they're called eggplants.
30774
Terry Crews speaks out in support of Brendan Fraser: "Brendan is amazingly courageous in telling this. His assault experience is extremely similar to mine - ending with the assailant explaining away his actions. One mans 'horseplay' is another man’s humiliation."
9713
"Excuse me, where did you get such a nice bag?"
42717
how to drive on ice
21506
Dotted Line Tool from the 1930s
28484
Paul Manafort and Rick Gates indicted on 32-counts
15374
No way Jose
28222
What does a "bad guy with a gun" look like?
9766
OMG WHAT HAVE I DONE
12306
Someone with 6 fingers on one hand could rake in big bucks asking others to guess the amount of fingers extended behind their back.
45550
My Grandma and her Irish Wolfhound from 1974
43784
Lol he mad.
33307
Saw this dude with his Pipboy Watch. Decided to post my old school Goldeneye watch.
17580
Teachers shutdown the entire state of West Virginia. It's illegal to strike there.
13744
The streets of Philly
13230
Trump: ‘Maybe They Have to Put a Rating System’ on Movies
10543
Dubai is building a rotating skyscraper where residents can change their 360 views as desired
9068
This kitty
6942
Fish flesh isn't always pink, sometimes it is bright blue.
49767
[Image] On this day in 1943. Give yourself to a cause
2896
I never get tired of coming home through this.
12677
Fuckin savage granny
6514
I like that he includes his momma
8260
Solved hint arts now have a green tick on them
16509
HOW MANY TIMES?!
34752
I got to see SpaceX Falcon9 launch with the StarLink prototype from my flight into LAX. It was an awesome way to start my morning.
23383
As a teacher in the U.S. this seems more real every day.
23450
"How the tables have turned"
5377
In Kill Bill Vol. 1, The Bride's real name appears on her ticket to Okinawa
108370
TIL Michael Jordan once tipped a waitress a $5 chip for bringing him a drink. Wayne Gretzky stopped the waitress, removed the $5 chip, grabbed one of the many $100 chips on Jordan’s side of the table, and gave it to her. Then he said, "That's how we tip in Las Vegas, Michael."
9299
My POV from the peak of Montana Machu Picchu
3704
Steve Irwin's kids carrying on his legacy
50794
Is your dumb kid sad because nobody bullies them? Fuckin' glue some paint to their head
1860
Clear night sky reflecting on the Merced River at one of my favorite spots in Yosemite [OC] [3308x4376]
3489
Dankquan thanks a sub in grocery store
14041
What's a level 1 enemy in real life?
30288
This woodpecker going to town on a tree outside my office ??????
17283
Tyler Nicholson and Staale Sandbech create a new Olympic Sport
15780
how the Japanese "roll their sleeves up"
7160 binarysaurus No shit. I've only met one person who was for it and it was because they were misinformed by tv.
996 tontoto Interestingly many comment submissions to campaigns like this feature some sort of templates or script. To make those scripts vary is pretty interesting as the analysis shows. I guess purportedly stealing millions of people identities is not proven here but it doesn't seem too surprising given recent data leaks
460 PilpushAndPilpul >millions of pro-repeal comments were likely faked Yeah, no shit. This is the internet, 80% of comments you'll find pretty much anywhere are likely faked. People don't understand how easy it is to give the illusion of consensus on literally any issue.
56 Danielthegiant Can you argue that whatever we say is irrelevant, our collective and once sanctified voice means nothing these days. It seems our “voice” can be hacked and placed into modern day sound or type “bytes” to purport basically anyone’s agenda without the consent of the person. I feel like this is the slippery slope to a bigger picture and awareness of how helpless we are in the face of swaying opinion when it can be easily fabricated.
188 dws4prez I believe it. Been seeing this copypasta making the rounds on Reddit with days old accounts: >it is not a freedom, it is a **business right**. It goes **along the lines of not wanting to sell someone a cake because of their skin color or sex affilation.** >It should absolutely be allowed. Businesses should live or die by the market and culture they exist in. If people do not wish to support such a business, they will close down. The fucking thing with ISP's is competition. THAT is what you should be fighting for. Not more regulation of business. More regulation of businesses just standardizes services and lowers consumer benefit, on top of less business potential. >I've contacted the FCC and my legislators and told them I am for the removal of net neutality, as someone growing up as business owner and someone who wishes for a more hospital environment for future business to thrive. More choices. Not less. Down with net neutrality. >It would surprise people how much movement there actually is for this, we had a rally here which was just a spinoff of a greater one in the close by city. Reddit seems to think everyone is for net neut, and it's unanimous except for the isp's, and that couldn't be further from the truth. Emphasis mine Possibly Ajit Pai and his buddies getting some Russian hackers and doin themselves a heckin Correct the Record