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Sunday, December 22, 2013
Distraction of the Week; SnowJob; Armageddon; Chiners (F Them); Slave Training; Agenda 21; Squirrel!; $hadow Puppet Theatre; Ministry of Truth; Drone Nation; EUROLand and much more on this Pre-Christmas show.
Sunday, and honestly I did want to skip doing this rant for one week while I am trying to get some rest and relaxation, but what I found this last week has made me decide to absolutely not miss this one at all...http://www.northerntruthseeker.blogspot.ca/
Criminal justice professor and former Baltimore police officer Peter Moskos said the family was wrong to call the police. While many think officers play a role in community affairs, Moskos says police view their jobs otherwise. “This idea that cops are always at your beck and call is the basis of the 911 system and it doesn’t work,” Moskos said. “When you call the police, you have to remember what cops do is arrest people. If you don’t want to be arrested, you probably shouldn’t call the police.”
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I don't know whats worse anymore, calling the cops or inviting vampires into your house? One will spill your blood and the other will drink it. I think if I had to choose I'd pick Elvira any day.
New BT customers will have to choose on whether they want to activate the parental controls. They will also have to explain to BT why they refuse and in this case there’s a chance that their IP address will be flagged to be closely watched by GCHQ. As for existing BT customers, those will be contacted by the company during the next year and asked if they want to activate the controls and allow the government to decide what they can access.
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Come on guys it's for the children. It's always for the "Children"