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siftbot says...

Happy anniversary! Today marks year number 8 since you first became a Sifter and the community is better for having you. Thanks for your contributions!

enoch says...

right on man.
glad i went to someone who is actually there.
i suspected a certain bias from this guy (although i adore his rants,they crack me up).
should i dump the video.biased as it is?
i mean,i didnt post it to reveal some contextualized understanding of the situation.i just loved this guys passion and rage lol.

or should i copy/paste your response to me to add a more balanced and nuanced understanding of the situation?

regardless,thank you for your time and your most excellent breakdown my friend.
you seriously rock brother!

enoch says...

i love this guy.he is sooo pissed and is an absolute rage machine,but i was curious your take on this situation.
is this guy making valid points?
i know that an influx of 1 million refugees in a country with 60 million has to have changed the demographics of germany substantially,but since i am not there and naked ape does have a point in regards to media tap-dancing around the harsh realities.

so i would love your input on this dudes rage induced rant:

dannym3141 says...

How depressing. I really don't know what to do about it anymore, i just despair. My only shining light is the idea of getting Corbyn into power in my country.

I live near to a place called Preston; in my neck of the woods doubly so.

radx said:

27 years after revealing Echelon, Duncan Campbell now has a piece out on PRESTON, a surveillance centre in your neck of the woods.

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bareboards2 says...

Is this our future? No more public gatherings? All it takes is a phone call and an abandoned suitcase. They don't even have to blow themselves up any more.


1. I learned there is a thing called a "friendly." Football is such a shared thing, you don't even have to say the noun. The adjective is enough.

2. Silly story -- I live in a small town that for years had only one prefix on the phone numbers. 385. Folks wouldn't even give the entire phone number. If your number was 385-1234, you'd just say 1234. The town grew, fax machines came into vogue, and they had to add a prefix 379 to handle the increased need for phone numbers.

But old habits die hard, yeah? I'm a 385-1234. The new assistant police chief got 379-1234. Guess who got his phone calls all the time? Because people were on autopilot when dialing?

Folks would leave a message on my answering machine and I would pass it on. After all, I knew his phone number.

My favorite message for a long time was this: "Hi Connor. This is Jim. Ted tells me you have the key to City Hall." Such a small town, I knew the occupations and last names of everyone named in that message. Still cracks me up.

My most favorite message, though, is the last one I ever got. "Connor, just wanted you to know that the bomb squad has been called. An abandoned suitcase has been found at the Post Office." Well! Talk about breaking news! I passed on the message, per usual.

There must have been bloody hell raised at the police station about such sensitive info being left on the wrong answering machine, because I never got another wrong number about official police business.

I love how stories build.

radx said:

Well, the game was cancelled and the city is filled to the brim with rozzers carrying MP5s. Good times, as always.


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