Florida is the armpit of ‘Murca. You snowbirds know it’s true!
Meghan Markle’s aunt and cousin in Sanford, Fla., were not invited to the royal wedding – but they did feel like royalty Saturday morning.
Heraunt Teresa, 67, and cousin Nick, 38, hit a Burger King fast-food restaurant near their home in Sanford, Florida, after the live television broadcast of the wedding of Meghan and Prince Harry finished.
They shared a quick breakfast on throw-away plates then left with coffees and Burger King’s cardboard emblem – golden crowns.
- A virtual border agent kiosk was developed to interview travelers at airports and border crossings and it can detect deception to flag human security agents.
- The U.S., Canada and European Union have tested the technology, and one researcher says it has a deception detection success rate of up to 80 percent — better than human agents.
- The technology relies on sensors and biometrics, and its lie-detection capabilities are based on eye movements or changes in voice, posture and facial gestures.
Terrorists only get through 20% of the time!
Has the Self-Perpetuating Eternal Grief Industry really lowered itself to losing their stuff over the hairdo of a made-in-China piece of plastic?
Jake Flores calls himself a comedian but as far as I can tell he’s a part-time bartender and pizza delivery guy. Last week to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, he tweeted a “joke” to his followers instructing them to kill Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents. Hilarious, right? The Department of Homeland Security didn’t think so and paid this self-describe comic a visit.
During the question and answer session after his talk, Chomsky aimed his misguided philosophizing at Christianity, saying that the faith that isn’t Islam has set out to threaten the globe.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday he would support a bid by Britain’s Prince Charles to become the new leader of the Commonwealth, endorsing a view set out by Queen Elizabeth.
Rallies across Australia call for end to government’s policy on detention centres and to allow refugees in the country.
“(Afghani) Yale University student Saifullah Khan was found not guilty of four counts of sexual assault. His attorneys used the alleged victim’s “scanty” Halloween costume, how much she drank, and texts she sent as evidence that their encounter was consensual.”
…The details of the trial, thoroughly documented by the New Haven Register, included days of intense, tearful testimony in which the woman, who graduated in 2016, and her suspended classmate were pressed to recount specific, often graphic details of a sexual encounter that happened three years earlier. The defense homed in on the woman’s black cat Halloween costume, asking why she didn’t choose something more modest, and questioned her, in detail, about the five drinks she consumed that night.
“You could have gone as Cinderella in a long, flowing gown?” Pattis asked the woman during the trial. He also questioned how she had manipulated the zipper and clasp of the black tube top.
…Davidson also noted that the alleged victim’s extreme state of drunkenness and the fact that she vomited multiple times suggest that any sexual encounter may have been a violation the university’s definition of sexual consent.
I’m cool with him being acquitted, by the way, and he should be reinstated. She let him walk her home and she didn’t even go to the campus police – as opposed to, say the actual police – until two days after it happened. I’d still like someone to have a word with whoever told her it was a good idea to trust a guy named Saifullah Khan from Afghanistan to behave like a gentleman.
Leave it to the foreign press of a blossoming democracy to expose a waning democracy’s leader’s phoniness. Sure, Canadian media eventually joined the bandwagon in ridiculing Trudeau’s disastrous Indian trip, but only after it became too hard to ignore.
Over the weekend the Seattle Times jumped at a news tip: there was a Confederate Flag flying beneath the American flag in the city’s Greenwood neighborhood and residents were very concerned.
Hughes has stated, “People are calling me not a flat-Earther. Do I believe the earth is shaped like a Frisbee, or flat, or whatever? I do, because in my months of research I’ve not been able to prove” otherwise. He has other doubts about accepted science, too; he stated, “We’ve only drilled 7 1/2 miles into the Earth. So all the crap we were taught in school about the mantle is all B.S. No one knows.”
High probability of a Darwin Award.
Men’s socks are now officially an accessory thanks to the “uprising” of colourful designs being worn, Country Life has declared two years after branding lilac socks ungentlemanly.
“Christmas is a time where Christians pick on Muslims in the United Kingdom, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown claimed Friday in the International Business Times”
There is no end to the deception and constant screaming of “Islamophobia” at every turn. What better way to turn the perception of victimhood around? The report below discusses Alibhai-Brown’s “decrying ‘Muslim panic stories,’” but what she wrote was much worse than that. In the International Business Times, she actually compares “Islamic ultra-conservatives” to Westerners attacking Muslims:
“We Muslims can’t win. If we join in, we are interlopers, gate crashers or faith traitors. If we don’t, we imperil the nation, insult its God and identity. The crusade is still with us and playing out under twinkling fairy lights.”
It is astonishing that the International Business Times would actually publish this malarkey. No one has ever decried Muslims or anyone choosing not to celebrate Christmas; however, “Islamic ultra conservatives” certainly harass Muslims who choose to do so.
Previously in Yasmin Alibhai–Brown.
They are demanding the relocation of a centre that processes asylum requests, which they argue is a magnet for migrants. Local groups accuse the migrants of harassing women and starting fights as they jostle for admittance to the office, managed by a charity with state aid.
Since when does this idiot know anything about Christianity?