Thursday, May 25, 2017

Metal heads are building a massive pipeline to funnel 400,000 litres of beer

Metal heads are building a massive pipeline to funnel 400,000 litres of beer
Casey Bates, this seems up your alley.

Wasserman Schultz Threatened Police Chief For Gathering Evidence On Her IT Staffer’s Alleged Crimes [VIDEO]

Wasserman Schultz Threatened Police Chief For Gathering Evidence On Her IT Staffer’s Alleged Crimes [VIDEO]
This is strange. "Though on the surface Wasserman Schultz would have been a victim of Awan’s scam, she has inexplicably protected him, circumventing the network ban by re-titling him as an “adviser” instead of technology administrator. Politico described him and his wife, Hina Alvi, as having a “friendly personal relationship” with both Wasserman Schultz and Rep. Gregory Meeks of New York. That baffled a Democratic IT staffer, who said “I can’t imagine why she’d be that good of friends with a technology provider.” “Usually if someone does bad stuff, an office is going to distance themselves” rather than incur political fallout for a mere staffer, he added. "

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Steve Kenson on Twitter

Steve Kenson on Twitter

Louise Mensch on Twitter

Louise Mensch on Twitter
Alex Jones for the left. The crazy, it burns.

Max Keeble on Twitter

Max Keeble on Twitter

Alexandra Erin on Twitter

Alexandra Erin on Twitter
Don't trust any story written by Louise Mensch.

Jeff Guo on Twitter

Jeff Guo on Twitter
A sobering thread.

Tea Pain on Twitter

Tea Pain on Twitter
This is how it works.

FOX6Now.com

FOX6Now.com
Thin skinned, jackbooted thug. "The lawsuit says on January 15th, Dan Black was at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in Texas, where he boarded a flight headed to Milwaukee. While boarding, Black saw a man that looked like Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, wearing Dallas Cowboys gear. Black asked the man if he was Sheriff Clarke, and Clarke responded that he was. Black then moved towards the rear of the plane and shook his head. Sheriff Clarke then asked Black if he had a problem. Black shook his head no, and took a seat in the rear of the plane. The suit says there was no interaction between Black and Clarke during the flight. When they landed in Milwaukee, the lawsuit says Clarke was in the waiting area by the gate, and he motioned to the six deputy sheriffs, who walked over to Black and stopped him. The lawsuit says two of the deputy sheriffs arrested Black, and he was escorted to an unoccupied waiting area, where he was "interrogated, and questioned about his political opinions for about 15 minutes" before he was escorted out of the airport."

Michael Giacchino on Twitter

Michael Giacchino on Twitter
Cool.