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Why Norway is not a democracy according to Fox News - YouTube
"… I understand many of your police officers don't even carry guns, I don't know that that neccessarily speaks that it's a democracy…"
wtf  Fox-News  stupidity  democracy  Norway  terrorism  guns-guns-guns  what-the-everliving-fuck  dude?  politics 
december 2011 by FearMeForIAmPink
Official: Rebekah Brooks has NOT resigned from News International | No Deep Packet Inspection
"As far as Companies House (the official record of companies in the UK) is concerned, she has NOT resigned as a Director of News International."
dude?  crime  interesting  journalism  News-of-The-World  murdoch 
august 2011 by FearMeForIAmPink
Herman Cain: Muslims must show loyalty to work for me – CNN Political Ticker - CNN.com Blogs
GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain stood firm Friday on his promise to make Muslims prove loyalty to the U.S. Constitution before appointing them to his administration - a test, he has said, that would not apply to people of other faiths.
USA  dude?  discrimination  wtf  racism  republican  people-suck 
august 2011 by FearMeForIAmPink
Chris Christie slams fearmongering over Sharia law | The Ticket - Yahoo! News
New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie defended his decision to nominate a Muslim judge to the state Superior Court against conservative critics who warned that the new judge will implement Sharia law. The notoriously blunt-spoken Christie calling their fears "crap" and "crazy."
USA  crime  dude?  discrimination  religion  republican  people-suck 
august 2011 by FearMeForIAmPink
Sex is not about promoting genetic variation, researchers argue
"If sex was merely for increasing genetic diversity, it would not have evolved in the first place," said Heng. This is because asexual reproduction -- in which only one parent is needed to procreate -- leads to higher rates of genetic diversity than sex.
genetics  sex  amusing  dude?  interesting  life 
july 2011 by FearMeForIAmPink
Is Murdoch free to destroy tabloid’s records? | MediaFile
Rupert Murdoch’s soon-to-be shuttered tabloid may not be obliged to retain documents that could be relevant to civil and criminal claims against the newspaper—even in cases that are already underway. That could mean that dozens of sports, media, and political celebrities who claim News of the World hacked into their telephone accounts won’t be able to find out exactly what the tabloid knew and how it got the information.

Note: May be utter tosh, given the way that News International is structured, depends how much seperation between divisions there is.
News-of-The-World  murdoch  dude?  law  interesting 
july 2011 by FearMeForIAmPink
Legal Questions Raised by Success of Monkey Photographer - Lowering the Bar
If a monkey steals your camera and takes a bunch of pictures with it, who (if anyone) owns the rights to the pictures?
amusing  art  dude?  intellectual-property  interesting  law  photography  wtf 
july 2011 by FearMeForIAmPink
Supreme Court rules for Wal-Mart in massive job discrimination lawsuit – This Just In - CNN.com Blogs
The Supreme Court ends lawsuit because it's too big. I'm not a lawyer, but too big to sue seems all kinds of questionable.
USA  dude?  economy  discrimination  fairness  important  interesting  law  money  wtf 
june 2011 by FearMeForIAmPink

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