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A Florida Satanist was forced to change her shirt praising Beelzebub on a recent flight.

Swati Runi Goyal, 49, was flying from Key West to Las Vegas the day before Halloween wearing a black shirt with the text “HAIL SATAN” in all-caps, Buzzfeed News first reported.

The shirt also included the text “Est. 666” and an upside-down cross, a picture shows.

Goyal was seated with her husband on the flight when an American Airlines crew member told her to remove the offensive shirt or get off the plane — delaying the flight until she swapped into an extra shirt her husband was wearing.

“The gentleman asked me if I understood what ‘offensive’ meant,” Goyal told The Post. “I said, ‘I’m a foreign-born minority woman. I know what my T-shirt means and my T-shirt is not offensive.’”

Goyal said she is both an atheist and a member of the Satanic Temple — and bought the shirt to support the non-theistic church.

“It’s usually met with giggles and thumbs up from people who get the irony of the T-shirt,” she said.

Goyal, who is vegan, said she became a supporter of the Satanic Temple because of its tenets — which includes showing “kindness to all creatures.”

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The world is getting darker and weirder by the day, but more importantly, do you know for sure that you are going to heaven if you were to die right now?

And that's why nobody likes Christians. They have no manners, no respect, care about nothing except themselves. I hope she sues those screeching fanatics for 20 billion dollars, so they have an actual reason to be "offended" for once.

I wonder how many more deaths Christianity is responsible for than Satanism
>All the triggering in this thread
This doesn't make sense. Hell, the idea of torturing people for all eternity in isekai Guantanamo Bay, is an integral part of the Christian faith. As is Satan, the king of hell. Satan is one of the major Christian gods. The god of justice, punishment and terror. Satanism is Christianity.

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Climate change doubters have a favorite target: climate models. They claim that computer simulations conducted decades ago didn’t accurately predict current warming, so the public should be wary of the predictive power of newer models. Now, the most sweeping evaluation of these older models—some half a century old—shows most of them were indeed accurate.

“How much warming we are having today is pretty much right on where models have predicted,” says the study’s lead author, Zeke Hausfather, a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.

Climate scientists first began to use computers to predict future global temperatures in the early 1970s. That’s when newfound computing power coincided with a growing realization that rising carbon dioxide levels could boost global temperatures. As the issue gained public attention, critics questioned the reliability of rudimentary model predictions. Even a 1989news articleinScienceradiated skepticism, stating that “climatologists may have a gut feeling that the greenhouse effect is heating up the Earth, but they have not been close to proving it.”

Today, the models are much more sophisticated. Mainframe computers driven by paper punch cards have given way to supercomputers running trillions of calculations in 1 second. Modern models account for myriad interactions, including ice and snow, changes in forest coverage, and cloud formation—things that early modelers could only dream of doing. But Hausfather and his colleagues still wanted to see how accurate those bygone models really were.
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>Bank owned oceanfront property

Why do you assume I'd buy oceanfront property. Everything I own is at a higher elevation.
Nah I can't be as skeptic as you. I stupidly believe an astronaut when he says the world is round and that they can visibly observe climate change from space.
>don't believe me
way ahead of you
In my country, climate change is one of the few issues everyone is on common ground.
What if you and your country doesn't care about climate change? Like China for example.

Russia may know more about the Ukraine scandal than we do


There's still a lot we don't know because of Trump's decision to stonewall congressional impeachment investigators from getting testimony from senior White House officials and, importantly, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

Giuliani spearheaded Trump's pressure campaign in Ukraine, and he and the president have refused to discuss their communications on the matter, citing attorney-client privilege. But the Russian government may already know everything the two men spoke about thanks to their frequent use of unsecured devices.

The Washington Post reported on Friday that the phones Trump and Giuliani use to communicate with each other were likely vulnerable to infiltration by Russian intelligence.

The House Intelligence Committee said in a report this week that Giuliani often spoke with several top Trump administration officials, and likely the president himself, on his personal cellphone. All the while, Giuliani was working with former Ukrainian officials to dig up political dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, and his son Hunter.

Congressional investigators believe they have enough evidence to bring three articles of impeachment against Trump: abuse of power, obstruction of Congress, and obstruction of justice.

The first two relate to the Ukraine controversy, in which Trump repeatedly pressured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate the Bidens. The third relates to Trump's efforts to stymie the former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
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The Mueller report said no collusion because Trump's team was too stupid to collude. And then charged 6 people with process crimes or unrelated crimes from before 2012.
Muh russia
Of course Russia spies on things, much like soviet union spies on things amd how china also spies on things.
>two reasons

1) Because fomenting chaos in one's enemies is always advantageous. This is especially true of an impeachment which will create both short term chaos in the form of the fight and long term chaos in the form of increased acrimony and reduced confidence in the democratic process.
2) Because torpedoing a presidency will cause the intelligence services to devote limited resources, resources which might otherwise be devoted against Russia's interests, to preventing this from happening again.

It would be almost impossible for Russia to turn an American president into an asset and the resources required to even try would be prohibitive. They don't want to own a president, they want to bring down a president. The Russians don't give a shit about GOP vs DNC, they literally do not care about who marries who in the US or how many abortions happen. All Russia cares about is weakening an enemy.
>no collusion
it didnt say that. it said he couldnt make a determination one way or the other

you should also read >>512395, the post i responded to claiming that Russia never spies and would never want information on any public officials
>The first two relate to the Ukraine controversy, in which Trump repeatedly pressured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate the Bidens. The third relates to Trump's efforts to stymie the former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

>Mueller Investigation
The entire ukraine shit started because of that. Manafort wasn't caught on Russian shit, he was caught on Ukraine shit.

>investigation into ukraine
Ukraine was basically a proxy war. We need more investigation into it.

The next question is how?
What Trump did was pressure the ukrainian prez to investigate.
The alternative is America investigating wrongdoing in an independent country.
That's what bothers me.
The alternative to this more international CIA bullshit in foreign countries.
How the hell is anyone for that?

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>Have freedom of religion
>Practice religion of choice
>Conservatives get triggered
According to 'your' literature there, EVERYBODY goes to hell no exceptions. So, yeah, see ya there schmedley. Or not since Cathaholic and Protestantisms aren't my scene.
Thanks for posting buzzfeed boomer/zoomer/incel
Rural Eastern Europe has those too. It's weird how after 50 years of communism and another 50 years of color TV they still cling to this stupid nonsense. Watching average Americans live their everyday fanaticism is a journey to rural Poland or Romania, or like time travel back to the 19th century.


Don't blame it on their right. Their leftists are just as retarded. Obama too had to take a priest into his election campaign, had to prove his decade-long indoctrination with the primitive Christian superstitions. No American would have voted for Obama if he had been openly free of religion.
Ironic how these Liberals are now ___ posts seem more automated then the "NPC" logic you guys keep accusing them of.

Two sides, same coin.


>The elderly Iowa voter who became embroiled in a heated exchange with Joe Biden at a campaign stop on Thursday has been identified as an 83-year-old veteran.

>Merle Gorman, who previously served in the United States Marine Corp and is also a retired farmer, made international news after he accused Biden of selling access to the Presidency by sending son Hunter to Ukraine to work for a gas company Burisma Holdings.

>The comment caused Biden to blow up in rage, labeling the elderly Gorman as 'a damn liar'.

>Gorman told The New York Post on Thursday evening: 'I'm positive 90% of the people there didn't know about his son working on the board in Ukraine. I wanted it brought out there'.

>He added that he felt compelled to question Biden about his son's activities in the Ukraine as all 'the others [questions] were softballs questions'.

>'They [other attendees at the campaign stop] might as well have been asking him what color the chandelier was in the vice president's office,' Gorman told The Post.

>Footage of the confrontation has now gone viral, with Gorman seen stating: 'Trump has been messing around in Ukraine, he's [got] no backbone... but you, on the other hand, sent your son over there, gave him a job working with a gas company, he had no experience with gas or nothing, in order to get access for the president.

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>I don't know why you didn't choose to post those other sources.

What difference does it make? Doesn't change the fact that Biden almost chimped out an 83 year old American and told him he was fat and too old to vote.
Hes absolutely right we should accept corruption or nepotism from any person who wants to be in government or any person at all. Id call out trump for this just as quickly as id call out Biden and we should all feel the same when it comes to scrutinizing unethical politicians
Shit I meant shouldnt accept
Big cope from orange fan mad here.
I got baited so hard to click on this thread because I assumed it meant “Angry Joe Vargas” (internet YouTuber that /v/ regularly mocks) had blown his top on a USMC veteran.

You got my hopes up for nothing and I am regrettably disappointed, OP.

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>Private payrolls increased by just 67,000 in November, according to ADP and Moody’s Analytics
Dept of labor says this is fake news!
Jobs growth soars in November as payrolls surge by 266,000
* Nonfarm payrolls surged by 266,000 in November, better than the 187,000 expected by economists polled by Dow Jones.
* The unemployment rate ticked down to 3.5% from 3.6%, back to the 2019 low and matching the lowest jobless rate since 1969.
* Average hourly earnings rose by 3.1% from a year ago, slightly above the 3% expected by economists polled by Dow Jones.

The jobs market turned in a stellar performance in November, with nonfarm payrolls surging by 266,000 and the unemployment rate falling to 3.5%, according to Labor Department numbers released Friday.

Those totals easily beat the Wall Street consensus. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones had been looking for solid job growth of 187,000 and saw the unemployment rate holding steady from October's 3.6%. The decline in November's jobless rate came amid a corresponding 0.1 percentage point drop in the labor force participation rate, to 63.2%.

Stocks opened sharply higher in reaction to the better-than-expected report. Bond yields also surged.

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>Be unemployed
>Live of wellfare, pleb
>Keep voting blue, they are the only ones that will enable you to stay poor your whole life
>be epic neet
>smoke weed and watch anime and play vidya all day errry day
>too busy having fun to earn shekels for nosecorp
thanks for paying my share of the taxes, goy
i live a much better life working than you do being a worthless part of society
and im pretty sure im much happier doing it as well... i actually love my job and get compensated very well
i cant promise im actually happier than you are though, because some people are just really fucking happy being broke all the time and living without any dignity, you know, the type with no ambition or self worth who live each day trying to chase the next high so that they dont have to be reminded of their miserable existence. maybe you are one of them
>making money by being smart is cheating, waaaaaaa
>by being smart
Good thing that wasn't what was posted about.


A number of employees of the West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation have been suspended amid an investigation into a photograph showing a training class apparently giving a Nazi salute, officials said.
The image shows the class members each with a raised arm as the text above reads "HAIL BYRD!" The faces of the trainees and several other people have been blurred out.
The text refers to a training instructor for the class, said the state Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, which released the photo.
Jeff S. Sandy, cabinet secretary for the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, condemned the salute.
"It is distasteful, hurtful, disturbing, highly insensitive, and completely inappropriate," he wrote in a letter. "It undermines the high standards that have been set for our Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation. It betrays the professionalism I have seen time and time again displayed and practiced by our brave correctional employees."
Sen. Joe Manchin said: "This behavior warrants an immediate investigation and anyone who participated in any hateful and disgusting action should not be able to work for or be paid by the federal or state government and should be removed from their position immediately," he said.
While several employees have been suspended, Division of Corrections Commissioner Betsy Jividen has also directed that all copies of the photo be destroyed or otherwise taken out of circulation "to keep its harm from spreading," Sandy said.
The department informed faith and community leaders of the incident and asked for their help in addressing the situation including with recommending changes or additions to training programs, Sandy wrote.
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>nazi salute
you mean the roman salute
Younger gen X and millennials (1975-1989) are the majority of living combat veterans. Furthermore they are trained on counter insurgency (COIN) tactics. If you wanted a really interesting civil war you could not ask for a better group of participants.
More like 10 and what looks to be a blurred out woman and women can't be nazis. So why don't you shut your pie hole.
Nazi salute is at a 45 degree angle, but typical /news/ trannie can't into math of any sort
Lol, no. Libtard logic
How would you know, you've never had a job a day in your life.
Mom needs the computer now.

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Rudy Giuliani, whose work in Ukraine is at the heart of U.S. impeachment proceedings, is back in the country -- and officials in Kyiv appear to be keeping their distance.

People with knowledge of his trip say Giuliani flew into Kyiv from Budapest on Wednesday, the same day that U.S. hearings stemming from his shadow diplomacy in Ukraine kicked over to the House Judiciary Committee.Social media postingsshow him meeting with current and previous Ukrainian political figures as part of a cable news documentary series that’s critical of the impeachment inquiry.

But President Volodymyr Zelenskiy of Ukraine won’t be meeting with him, according to the president’s spokeswoman. Igor Kolomoisky, a Ukrainian billionaire who had ties to Zelenskiy, also said he wasn’t planning to meet Giuliani. Zelenskiy’s predecessor,Petro Poroshenko, met Giuliani twice in Kyiv in 2017; through a spokesman, he, too, said he had no plans to see Giuliani during his trip.

Andriy Yermak, a key aide to Zelenskiy who figured prominently in the House’s impeachment report, was in London for a conference on Ukraine. He also said he wasn’t meeting Giuliani. “How can I? I’m in London,” he said.
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You know this is terrible news for Trump if the Russian paid shills are here.
and just like that all the impeachment threads drop off the front page, somehow nobody is interested in that topic any more.
slow news day
all the democratic members of the house who've announced today and yesterday that they plan to vote against the impeachment scam are pretty big news.
More like the Russian shills are just in overtime sliding

The courts have long held that laws can't be copyrighted. But if the state mixes the text of the law together with supporting information, things get trickier. In Monday oral arguments, the US Supreme Court wrestled with the copyright status of Georgia's official legal code, which includes annotations written by LexisNexis.

The defendant in the case is Public.Resource.Org (PRO), a non-profit organization that publishes public-domain legal materials. The group obtained Georgia's official version of state law, known as the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, and published the code on its website. The state of Georgia sued, arguing that while the law itself is in the public domain, the accompanying annotations are copyrighted works that can't be published by anyone except LexisNexis.

Georgia won at the trial court level, but PRO won at the appeals court level. On Monday, the case reached the US Supreme Court.

During Monday's oral argument, some justices seemed skeptical of Georgia's position.

"Why would we allow the official law to be hidden behind a pay wall?" asked Justice Neil Gorsuch.

Georgia's lawyer countered that the law wasn't hidden behind a paywall—at least not the legally binding parts. LexisNexis offers a free version of Georgia's code, sans annotations, on its website.

But that version isn't the official code. LexisNexis' terms of service explicitly warns users that it might be inaccurate. The company also prohibits users from scraping the site's content. If you want to own the latest official version of the state code, you have to pay LexisNexis hundreds of dollars. And if you want to publish your own copy of Georgia's official code, you're out of luck.
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Brian Kemp? He's gop.
Georgia has the Stephen "Hacksaw" McDaniel, the Son of Liberty (AKA Operator 501), hidden behind some walls.
You think the state of natural Justice might create a paywall just as a being of state? A person can't complement laws that negate them but they can sure as shit be common to them as criminals are. Is that a stance we can take on just breathing the air someone exhaled out of an owned can? Do these "Justices", each one repressnts a department, have real working code in those laws or are we just asking ourselves things a la Philosophy and hoping we get the mettle out of the worded point made to that law when it finally comes around? Justice is never case by case, it's the quality we return to upon hearing for valid law. Weird law is not Justice...and sorry to say...this sounds like weird law. People shouldn't be sad about that. They should need more weird laws to make a Justice for it. That's how we can command a group of people to earn in real law what they earn in citizenship. That would make it blasted to appeal for anything but Justice, yet, we'll have real law.
>Needing to host your laws behind a paywall
Yup, that sounds like something the Nazis would do.
Stop being a whiny little fascist, reddit.
They would have if the Republicans didn't steal the election throw massive voter suppression.


>The former Florida neighborhood watchman who was acquitted of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin seven years ago is suing the dead teenager’s family and others who were involved in the racially charged case that divided the nation for $100 million.

>George Zimmerman claims in a lawsuit filed by his lawyer, conservative nonprofit Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman, that the case against him rested on false evidence and is alleging abuse of civil process and conspiracy.

>Specifically, the suit contends that the prosecution’s key witness against Zimmerman at his 2013 murder trial, Rachel Jeantel, was an “imposter and fake witness.”

>Benjamin Crump, who is also named in the suit, is the lawyer for Martin’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin. He released a statement that dismissed the lawsuit as “another failed attempt to defend the indefensible and a shameless attempt to profit off the lives and grief of others.”

>“This plaintiff continues to display a callous disregard for everyone but himself, revictimizing individuals whose lives were shattered by his own misguided actions,” the statement said. "He would have us believe that he is the innocent victim of a deep conspiracy, despite the complete lack of any credible evidence to support his outlandish claims. This tale defies all logic, and it’s time to close the door on these baseless imaginings.”

>Klayman also contends his client was defamed by Crump, who wrote about the case in a new book “Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People.” His publisher, HarperCollins, is also a defendant in the suit. HarperCollins did not immediately return a request for comment Wednesday.

>There was also no immediate comment from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement or the State of Florida, who are also listed as defendants in the lawsuit.

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I stand with Zimmerman
Once again,
Zimzam =/= Flimflammed
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Except AssertionError:
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Return 0
she's the one who apparently was a phony witness lmao
they trotted her out as tray tray's girlfriend on the phone with him that night when she was actually the gf's cousin, not on the phone with him
More likely than your conspiracy theory that Trayvon didn't attack George.

TL;DR: Exercise company releases ad promoting exercise. Feminists complain that exercise is bad and it's sexist to encourage women to exercise.


>(Reuters) - Exercise bike and treadmill maker Peloton Interactive Inc’s (PTON.O) latest Christmas advertisement has been widely criticized on social media as being “sexist” and “dystopian”.

>The advertisement, called “The Gift That Gives Back”, shows a woman receiving a Peloton bike as a gift from her husband following which she records her workouts over a year and shares them with him through a video blog.

>The company spokeswoman said on Wednesday it was disappointed how some people had misinterpreted the commercial, which also had other positive feedback on a campaign that was meant to celebrate fitness.

>The 30-second ad sparked a storm on Twitter, with several users pegging it as sexist. Some said the husband was “controlling” and “manipulative” as buying his wife an exercise bike suggested that the she needed to lose weight.
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White nationalists and feminists are basically the same. In fact some guy took an EverydayFeminism article, switched "men" to "black people," and it sounds like the rantings of a /pol/tard:

When it comes down to it, bigotry is the same on either side. Feminists and /pol/tards don't like admitting how much they have in common.
>"black people,"
on 4chan we call them niggers, fuck off back to fagbook, shit-for-brains. nobody ever wanted you or your stupid opinions on this site.
Everyone is just upset because they are neither athletic nor can they afford a Peleton
why would i want to own a fake bicycle that spies on me? only roasties are dumb enough to get tricked into buying worthless shit like that.


>For the second time in four months, a youth-led strike urging government leaders to take action on climate change made its voice heard in Olympia.

>The high school students skipped school Friday afternoon, and in an event that stretched from the Legislative Building to Heritage Park, they chanted “climate change is not a lie, do not let our planet die,” held signs including “save our planet, phase out fossil fuels,” and demanded action from those in power to stop the climate crisis.

>The six demands from the two groups are for state government to:

>Stop the Tacoma liquefied natural gas plant.

>Declare a statewide climate emergency.

>Make the state carbon neutral by 2025.

>Deny all fossil fuel infrastructure and projects.

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Hey wow, its Games Workshop's viral adversing crew showing up to promote how woke Games Workshop's products are. Buy video games!
Buy star wars toy! Buy soy! Its woke and modern! Buy more of our stupid plastic trinkets from China to save the planet!
How exactly do students strike? Who are they hurting other than themselves? Way to go, dumbfucks. That'll teach them.
>The high school students skipped school Friday afternoon
They're just trying to get out of midterms.
who are quoting retard? i said none of those things

10 year olds growing their own food is not an impactful solution to reducing carbon emissions, asking for better regulations and cleaner energy by big companies and projects is much more impactful, and unless you are the CEO of such a company how exactly is that putting your future at risk or asking you personally to sacrifice anything?

what exactly are you being asked to sacrifice?

why do you post at all? if all you want to say is waaaah these kids should be run over!

you are more degenerate than the libs you so despise
60s hippies are not the majority. People like you are not the majority. For being a democrat you guys sure hate democracy. You hate it so much you have bussed in people from other countries to vote for you since the 70s.

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Americans are in the midst of a toilet-flushing epidemic, according to the president.

Speaking to the press on Friday, with the hammer of impeachment poised to fall and countless domestic and international crises to consider, Donald Trump took on a pressing enemy: poor water pressure caused by conservation laws.

“People are flushing toilets 10 times, 15 times as opposed to once. They end up using more water,” Trump said while talking with business owners about what he called ‘‘commonsense” steps to end overregulation.

The government, Trump said, was investigating: “We’re looking very strongly at sinks and showers,” he said, prompting listeners to picture him staring as hard as he could at a tap.
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You're welcome snowflake.
btw watermelon is one of the best sources of soft fiber, otoh lettuce, which is what a lot of people would reach for, is too smooth and non-absorbent to sponge out the icky remains of a taco bell meal
they should be less concerned with water usage and more concerned about make a standard width of the piping about 50% large. Those Champion toilets are fucking amazing. They never clog. So you never have to flush multiple times unclogging them. Every house should have them.
>attempting to defend al gore by insulting the elderly
zoomer al gore is so woke

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