It does seem odd that anyone would approach a nuclear disaster site and not expect to be exposed to radiation, though. That's just insane. Almost as if someone's about to get a new nuclear energy project approved and the anti-nuclear lobby needed a reason to bring Fukushima back into people's minds. (That's just a guess, of course.)
And I guess wounded sailors are next to dead kittens in public attention...
Good luck getting a conservative onto the 2016 ticket. It seems the
RINO Establishment has already selected Krispy Kreme.
I thought it was Krusty the Klown.
Liberal republicans are working as hard as they can to make sure they bring in a candidate incapable of beating Hitlery.
A) An actual conservative does not exsist.
In nutter news, this year, according to conspiracy theorists, we should see more UFOs, and the US/Russia weather wars will continue to wreak havok in the name of global warming (which is all fake).
The 12 foot tall people living in Agartha will be available to protect the wise.
(I don't think I have the required imagination to make this up).
MOTHERFUCKING DE BLASIO. LEARN HOW TO EAT PIZZA LIKE A NEW YORKER, ASSHOLE.
Eat a queer fetus for Jesus!
For Christ, for Christ, gay babies!
Gay babies, gay babies for Christ!
Nothing could bother to worry us,
Let's eat a gay fetus.
Eat gay babies for Christ!
Interesting article, Bart, thanks!
Mon Jan 27 2014 03:01:15 PM EST from dothebart @ Uncensored
Paired with this, it makes sense. You need to watch to the end to really get it. :
Thanks dothebart. That made me think.
The real experiment seems more sickening to me than any movie they made about it.
Yeah, that experiment sobers you.
So, how about that good old Orwellian "Ministry of Truth" ?
Read all about the "Multi-Market Study of Critical Information Needs" being done by the FCC.
They are actually going to install Thought Police in newsrooms, to make sure they address "bias" and "diversity" type issues. They're even going to do this in *newspaper* newsrooms, where the FCC doesn't actually have any authority.
Chilling effects, anyone?
Apparently, the FCC is postponing its study, due to an outcry.
If the government is truly that worried about the way the news is covered, as in, not enough diversity, it should make greater efforts to break up the news medias into smaller companies, no?