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Dec 24 20:38

10 Days Of Extreme Weather Turn A Mountain Into Sheer Ice (15 Pics)

10 Days Of Extreme Weather Turn A Mountain Into Sheer Ice (15 Pics)

Dec 24 19:45

Google Wants to Spy on You in Your Car. Automakers Balk, Already Spying on You

Automakers dread the Googleization of their cars “We’re unwrapping the best holiday gift we could’ve imagined,” Google gushed as it unveiled its “first real build” of a self-driving car. It’s still a prototype. But hey, the thing got headlights and all. And it self-drives. What Google paraded in front of the media in May was just a mockup without headlights.

Dec 24 18:47

This will not end well... (Japan)

Dec 24 18:44

Santa vs Jesus

Dec 24 18:37

Cops The Worst Criminals In The World

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Dec 24 18:00

Wars’ Cost to U.S. Since the Sept. 11 Attacks: $1.6 Trillion

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and counterterrorism operations have cost the U.S. a combined $1.6 trillion since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, according to a new Congressional Research Service analysis.

Dec 24 17:59

Beavercreek Police Arrest Photographers, Shove 8-Year-Old Boy, Threaten To Arrest 14-Year-Old For Photographing Protest

The Beavercreek, Ohio Police Department has once again escalated force, making an already volatile situation volcanically erupt all over the parking lot of the Fairfield Commons Mall.
The site of today’s protest, organized by Ohio Student Association, is situation directly across the street from the Walmart where John Crawford was shot and killed last August.

Dec 24 17:54

Credit in China is now in the danger zone.

Dec 24 17:54

Christmas in Gaza

Christians in Gaza prepare to celebrate yet another Christmas under the Israeli imposed siege. Bishop Alexios of Gaza speaks to MEE about his hopes that the siege will one day be lifted so that both Christians and Muslims from Gaza can visit their respective Holy sites in Jerusalem and Bethlehem.

Dec 24 17:50

Genentech pays doctors to prescribe its newer more expensive drug, which costs $2,000/dose vs. older, cheaper, equally-effective drug Avastin ($50/dose). Cost to taxpayers: $1 B-billion/A YEAR

When the drug maker Genentech introduced a major product in 2006, it found itself in an awkward position: persuading eye doctors to start using its new more expensive drug instead of a popular cheaper version that the company already sold.

Dec 24 17:46

London activists occupy 5-storey former bank in London to provide shelter, clothing and food to Christmas homeless

A prime, five-storey Victorian office building off Trafalgar Square in London has been taken over by a group of squatters who plan to open the building on Christmas Day and provide a free festive lunch for homeless people in a protest against the housing crisis.

Dec 24 17:45

Workers at Chinese iPhone factories are pressured into working 65-hour weeks, made to sleep on plywood beds in bleak dormitories. The work is so exhausting that some of the estimated 15,000 workers choose to sleep through their lunch breaks instead of eat

A U.S.-based labor watchdog group says it has uncovered disturbing working conditions inside a Chinese factory producing parts for our favorite electronic gadgets.

According to a new report from the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights, workers at the Zhen Ding Technology Holding factory in Shenzhen, China, are pressured into working 65-hour weeks, made to sleep on plywood beds in bleak dormitories and harassed by the facility’s security force. The work is so exhausting that some of the estimated 15,000 workers choose to sleep through their lunch breaks instead of eating, the report states.

Dec 24 17:16

Man Gives Homeless Man $100, Then Follows Him… Here's What He Bought

Have you given money to a homeless person? If not, did you assume they would go and buy booze or drugs with your money? Certainly the homeless have a bad reputation among most people, for being lazy, or dirty, or addicts, or in some cases as shysters trying to play on our sympathies for money they don’t really need.

Student Josh Paler Lin held some of these views, but wanted to see for himself what would happen if he gave a homeless man a substantial sum of money.

So Lin gave the man $100, and then decided to follow him out of sight, to see what he bought.

When the very first stop was a when the first stop he made was a “Liquor Mart”, Lin wasn’t at all surprised.

Dec 24 16:58

The True World Masters of Slavery

An incredible documentary that is full of direct quotes from celebrated Jewish historians who have boasted of two thousand years of Jewish domination of the slave trade, including the horrific trade in slaves from Africa to the Americas. A video that will forever change your views of the real masters of the slave trade.

Dec 24 16:25

Feds Preparing For New Surge of Illegal Youths

On the same day a federal judge rejected a lawsuit against President Obama’s executive amnesty, the Department of Health and Human Services announced it’s preparing for another influx of illegal alien youth.

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