Rants, opinions and babblings…………………

Starting tomorrow I am going to post up some different things, some controversial, some opinionated and some just my thoughts.

Feel free to agree, disagree, call out or just tear me up. Its all about the feedback and good convo!!

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Popcorn Time users who get their Netflix-style pirated movie fix on Android devices will be extremely happy to hear that the “company” has come up with a brand new version of its Android app that brings some awesome features to the table.

Popcorn Time for Android has reached Android beta 2.1, which brings built-in VPN support, a feature that can help out with hiding your torrent streaming traces, but also support for a vast majority of devices.

In fact, starting with Android beta 2.1, Popcorn Time will work with smartphones and tablets running Android 4.0 or later (rather than Android 4.2, the previous minimum OS requirements).

Moreover, the developers have further tweaked the app’s performance, improving Chromecast functionality, as well as movie loading times.

“The whole experience is much smoother,” developers say, “and we also fixed many minor annoying bugs while we were at it.

Finally, a Popcorn Time version for iOS will be here “soon,” developers say.

To download the new Android app beta version, check the source link below – but also remember that Popcorn Time is still a service that enables movie piracy, and using it may get you in trouble, so make sure you understand how it works before proceeding.

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Twenty-one Questions About the Ebola Virus

#1) How can U.S. health authorities claim there is zero risk from Ebola patients being treated in U.S. hospitals when those same hospitals can’t control superbug infections? “Many hospitals are poorly prepared to contain any pathogen. That’s why at least 75,000 people a year die from hospital infections. If hospitals can’t stop common infections like MRSA, C. diff and VRE, they can’t handle Ebola.” – Fox News (1)

#2) Why should we trust the CDC’s handling of Ebola when the agency can’t even keep track of its anthrax, avian flu and smallpox samples?

#3) Why were Ebola victims transported to cities in the USA when they could be given state-of-the-art medical care overseas? “Now, they are bringing in highly infectious patients into this nation that is Ebola-free. In doing so, they are violating the primary rule of contagion: isolation.” – Radio host Michael Savage (2)

#4) Why is the company working on Ebola vaccines — Tekmira — receiving money from Monsanto and considers Monsanto to be one of its important business partners? (3)

#5) If Ebola is “not a threat” to U.S. citizens as government authorities keep claiming, then why did the U.S. Department of Defense spend $140 million on an Ebola-related contract with the Tekmira company?

#6) If Ebola is not a threat to the U.S., then why did the Department of Defense deploy Ebola detection equipment to all 50 states? (4)

#7) Why did President Obama just sign a new executive order authorizing the government arrest and quarantine of Americans who show symptoms of respiratory infections? (5)

The language of his new executive order states that government officials may forcibly detain and quarantine people with:

…diseases that are associated with fever and signs and symptoms of pneumonia or other respiratory illness, are capable of being transmitted from person to person, and that either are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic, or, upon infection, are highly likely to cause mortality or serious morbidity if not properly controlled.

#8) How can we trust a government to tell us the truth about Ebola when that same government repeatedly lies about Swine Flu, influenza, Fukushima radiation, weather control technology, the security of the border and seemingly everything else?

#9) If U.S. doctors claim to be so incredibly careful around Ebola that the virus could not possibly escape from the containment rooms at Emory University, then how did the American doctors being treated there contract Ebola in the first place? Weren’t they also being careful?

#10) How are U.S. doctors and health workers supposed to even identify people with Ebola when they appear “fit and healthy” right until the very end? “What’s shocking is how healthy the patients look before they die and how quickly they decline. A number of the Ebola patients I’ve seen look quite fit and healthy and can be walking around until shortly before their deaths.” – Dr. Oliver Johnson (6)

#11) If Ebola is not spread through the air as some claim, then why do doctors who treat Ebola patients always wear masks?

#12) If hospitals are good at infection control, then why did so many SARS victims contract the infection while sitting in waiting rooms at hospitals? “A government report later concluded that for the hospital overcome by SARS, ‘infection control was not a high priority.’ Eventually, 77% of the people who contracted SARS there got it while working, visiting or being treated in a hospital.” – Fox News (7)

#13) If Ebola escapes from patients at Emory University and begins to infect the public, do you think we would ever be told the truth about it? Or instead, would the official story claim that “Ebola terrorists” let it loose?

#14) WHO BENEFITS FROM AN EBOLA OUTBREAK in the USA? This is a key question to ask, and the answers are obvious: the CDC, vaccine manufacturers and pharma companies, and anyone in government who wants to declare a police state and start rounding people up for quarantine in a medical emergency.

#15) We already know there are powerful people who openly promote population reduction (Bill Gates, Ted Turner, etc.) Is a staged Ebola outbreak possibly a deliberate population reduction plan by some group that doesn’t value human life and wants to rapidly reduce the population?

#16) Why are U.S. health authorities intentionally concealing from the public the true number of possible Ebola victims in U.S. hospitals who are being tested for Ebola right now? “In an apparent attempt to avoid hysteria, U.S. health authorities are withholding details about a number of suspected Ebola victims from the public.” – Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars (8)

#17) If Ebola infections are so easy to control (as is claimed by U.S. health authorities), then why are Ebola victim bodies being openly dumped in the streets in West Africa? “Relatives of Ebola victims in Liberia defied government quarantine orders and dumped infected bodies in the streets as West African governments struggled to enforce tough measures to curb an outbreak…” – Reuters (9)

#18) Why do many locals in Sierra Leone truly believe the recent Ebola outbreak was deliberately caused by government officials? “Ebola is a new disease in Sierra Leone and when the first cases emerged, many people thought it might be a government conspiracy to undermine certain tribal groups, steal organs or get money from international donors…” – The Daily Mail (6)

#19) Given that the U.S. government has already funded outrageous medical experiments on Americans and foreigners (see the NIH-funded Guatemalan medical experiments), why should we not believe the government is capable of deploying Ebola in bioweapons experiments in West Africa?

#20) Given that many vaccines accidentally cause the disease they claim to prevent (due to weakened viruses still remaining active in a small number of vaccine vials), isn’t it likely that Ebola vaccines might actually cause Ebola infections in some percentage of those receiving them? How can we trust any vaccines when vaccine manufacturers have been granted absolute legal immunity from faulty products or failures in quality control?

#21) How can we trust a medical system that continues to put mercury in flu shots, refuses to recommend vitamin D to cancer patients and has been criminally corrupted to the point where drug companies are routinely charged with felony crimes for bribery and price fixing?

Sources for this article include:
(1) http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/08/04/ma…

(2) http://www.wnd.com/2014/08/ebola-madness-is-…

(3) http://www.naturalnews.com/046290_ebola_pate…

(4) http://www.naturalnews.com/046259_ebola_outb…

(5) http://www.policestateusa.com/2014/executive…

(6) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-27…

(7) http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/08/04/ma…

(8) http://www.infowars.com/u-s-health-authoriti…

(9) http://news.yahoo.com/bodies-dumped-streets-…

Common Core Tests Laced with Corporate Slogans: Are Children Being Indoctrinated?

All across the state of New York, this year’s Common Core English tests have been featuring a host of brand-name products like Barbie, iPod, Mug Root Beer and Life Savers. In addition, for clothing giant Nike, some tests even included the shoe company’s well-known slogan, “Just Do It.”

According to Fox News and other sources, the brand names appeared on tests that more than 1 million students in grades three through eight were required to take in April, “leading to speculation it was some form of product placement advertising.”

State education officials and the publisher of the test say the brand references were not paid product placements but just happened to be included in previously published packages selected for the tests.

But some critics aren’t sold on that explanation. They have questioned why specific brand names would have to be mentioned at all.

“It just seems so unnecessary,” Josh Golin, associate director of the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, which monitors marketing directed at children, told the news channel.

“It would be horrible if they were getting paid for it,” he said. “But even if they’re not, it’s taking something that should not be a commercial experience and commercializing it.”

‘Why are they trying to sell me something?’

The test questions have yet to be made public. Teachers and principals, meanwhile, are barred from discussing them.

However, teachers who have posted anonymously on education blogs complained that some students became confused by the brand names, which were accompanied with their respective trademarked symbols.

As reported by Fox News:

The Nike question was about being a risk taker and included the line, “‘Just Do It’ is a registered trademark of Nike,” according to students who took the test.

Sam Pirozzolo, of Staten Island, whose fifth-grader encountered the Nike question, said there was apparently no reason for such a specific brand.

“I’m sure they could have used a historical figure who took risks and invented things,” Pirozzolo said. “I’m sure they could have found something other than Nike to express their point.”

West Hempstead, Long Island, resident Deborah Poppe said her eighth-grade son was also puzzled by a question, which spawned complaints for a second year in a row, about a busboy who failed to clean some spilled root beer — Mug Root Beer, to be exact, which is a registered trademark of PepsiCo.

‘”Why are they trying to sell me something during the test?'” she quoted her son as saying. “He’s bright enough to realize that it was almost like a commercial.”

Use of brand names was just one of numerous complaints about Common Core that have been raised by parents across New York and around the country. The standards are allegedly intended to increase academic rigor, but the product naming sounds more like brand indoctrination than anything else.

Some who have complained about the testing say questions are too difficult and they don’t actually measure what a student is learning.

As for the branding, that appears to be endemic to New York, at least for now.

‘Branding on tests in inappropriate’

New York State Education Department officials, along with Pearson — the education publishing giant with a $32 million five-year contract to develop New York’s tests, said companies did not pay to be put on tests.

“There are no product placement deals between us, Pearson or anyone else,” said Tom Dunn, an Education Department spokesman. “No deals. No money. We use authentic texts. If the author chose to use a brand name in the original, we don’t edit.”

Stacy Kelly, a spokeswoman for Pearson, told Fox News that neither her company nor the NY state education department received any compensation for the product mentions. And if any brand happens to come up in the testing, “the trademark symbol is included in order to follow rights and permission laws and procedures.”

Some advertising experts criticized the idea of product placement on tests, saying it was inappropriate.

“If any brand did try to place there, what they would lose from the outrage would surely trump any exposure they got,” Michal Ann Strahilevitz, a marketing professor at Golden Gate University, told Fox.

Sources:

http://dailycaller.com

http://www.foxnews.com

http://www.dailymail.co.uk

 

Students, It’s Illegal To Wear An American Flag Shirt On Cinco De Mayo

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Students in a California school district will not be allowed to wear American flag T-shirts on Cinco de Mayo, due to concerns that such displays of patriotism would inflame racial tensions by offending Mexican students on their holiday.

The district’s policy concerned many free speech advocates, but was upheld by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

In response, Tea Party groups plan to protest outside Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill. And theywill be wearing American flag T-shirts.

“They silenced a symbol of patriotism and freedom in America,” said Georgine Scott-Codiga, president of the Gillroy-Morgan Hill Patriots, in a statement to KCBS.

The trouble dates back to Cinco de Mayo in 2010, when the school forced four students to remove their American flag T-shirts. Administrators worried that fighting would break out between white and Latino students if the shirts were noticed, and so the four offending students were sent home.

The practice of limiting one group’s free speech rights because that speech might cause another group to react violently is known as the “heckler’s veto.” It is understood by free speech enthusiasts to have a chilling effect on First Amendment rights. 

The Ninth Circuit, however, ruled in February that the school was legally permitted to abridge white students’ free speech rights in service of Latino students’ feelings.

The Tea Party protest is focused on the free speech issue, said Scott-Codiga.

Police will being standing by in case things get out of hand.

Most Utterly Insane Game You Can Play at Work

I am the master of procrastination. I’m always riddled with guilt over it, but guilt goes down much easier when I’m playing a browser game to distract from the crushing weight of disorganized priorities. With no publisher to appease, browser game creators go wild and make the tiny, creative games they want to make. Sometimes this leads to the most ridiculous games you’ll ever come across.

Over the years I’ve collected some links for the cream of the weird-browser-game crop, and whenever my brain can’t focus, I bust out my bookmarks folder and play them weirdos. Here are five of those games.

Some Korean Game About Poop and Anal Fingering

Have you ever been so bored that you wanted to fire a finger into a butthole that’s dropping creamy turds on you? Well, you can, in a game called … Game? I don’t know. The title is in Korean, except for the word “game.” I’m sure the full title is something like Bum Plugger: Revenge of the Shit Spewer Game!

The gameplay is intuitive and self-explanatory, other than the parts in Korean: There’s a plump ass squeezing out creamy mounds of poop, and you have to dodge the poop by moving the mouse from side to side while also trying to shoot what I assume is the ghostly spirit of your finger into the butthole between the poop drops. It’s like Space Invaders, if the aliens had dysentery.

If you hold down and release the left mouse button, the little track-suit-clad, anal-fingering, profusely sweating anti-shit warrior you control seems to draw power from the Earth, charging up an even more powerful attack, wherein he launches into the air as time slows so we can soak in the glory of the devastating anal fisting he delivers.

If you fail by being shat upon too many times, you didn’t really lose — at least not when you’re greeted by this “Try Again” screen:

Turns out our track-suit-wearing anti-poop warrior really likes poop. He’s having a ball!

Win the game and the track-suit-wearing anti-poop warrior pumps his arm in victory as the head of the pooper is revealed, but only from behind to conceal his identity. But c’mon: We all know he’s Kid from House Party.

Man Arrested In FBI Sting Found Dead In Federal Custody

A Washington state man charged with plotting to blow up several buildings was found dead in federal custody Thursday, only days after being arrested during an elaborate FBI sting.

Image: Larry Gillette (Department of Corrections).

According to federal agents, 53-year-old Larry Gillette, who was serving a sentence for identity theft, told several inmates that he planned to blow up a Walmart and two gas stations as a diversion for three bank robberies once he left prison. An anonymous federal law enforcement source speaking to reporters from Kiro Radio also stated that Gillette had plans to blow up Seattle’s iconic Space Needle, although the FBI has yet to comment on the claims.

Upon his release, Gillette unknowingly met with an undercover officer and received four inoperable pistols as well as a defective car bomb. Reports state that Gillette met with the officer a second time on April 28 and attempted to detonate the bomb before being arrested by the FBI.

“This certainly had the potential to be very devastating and dangerous and he was certainly the driving force,” Asst. U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Backhus told Komo 4 News last Thursday. “The FBI was in charge of the situation the entire time. There was no threat to the public that we believe of because they were in charge of the situation but certainly, potentially, there was a great chance for loss of life.”

Less than a week later, Gillette would be found dead in his cell at the Seatac Federal Detention Center. The U.S. Bureau of Prisons announced the death the following day, saying hospital workers were unsuccessful in their attempts to revive Gillette from a suspected suicide.

While no evidence currently points to foul play, the FBI’s history of executing people in their custody, most recently seen with Ibragim Todashev, who was shot 7 times execution style in his home, begs the question. Aside from Gillette’s death, the circumstances surrounding his initial arrest are nearly identical to every other FBI terror sting in one specific way.

In almost every plot foiled by the FBI, the agency itself was found to have supplied all the firearms and explosives after secretly coercing subjects into carrying out attacks. While those who attempt to engage in violent activities should be held accountable, the federal government has continually used their own plots to push civil-liberty eroding policies in the name of protection.

A 2012 report from the New York Times detailed some of the agency’s more well-know plots since 9/11, noting that such events were unlikely to occur without the FBI’s involvement.

“The United States has been narrowly saved from lethal terrorist plots in recent years — or so it has seemed,” the article states. “…all these dramas were facilitated by the F.B.I., whose undercover agents and informers posed as terrorists offering a dummy missile, fake C-4 explosives, a disarmed suicide vest and rudimentary training.”

That same year, the FBI successfully recruited five “anarchists,” three of whom were suffering from mental illness, to plant explosives on a bridge in Ohio. According to reports, one of the men had been talked out of committing suicide only one week before being contacted by an undercover agent.

“The FBI and the federal government seek out the mentally ill and other deluded souls who are easily tricked into engaging in illegal behavior,” noted Infowars’ Kurt Nimmo. “This is done because the domestic terrorist threat is virtually nonexistent in America. It is a transparent chimera engineered by the government to provide a pretext to attack legitimate and constitutionally protected activity and characterize it with the help of the establishment media as terrorism.”

Unknown to many, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, which took the lives of six people, is considered to be one of the agency’s most reprehensible sting operations. Reported by CBS News at the time, FBI agents secretly supplied informant Emad Salem with bomb making materials to cook an explosive for several Muslim extremists. Despite being assured by the FBI that the real bomb was replaced with a fake, the attack was successfully carried out. Salem, who recorded phone conversations with his federal handler, brought the tapes to the media following the explosion.

Although such operations are only carried out by small and corrupt units, a January FOIA request revealed that the entire agency has switched its primary mission from law enforcement to “national security.” Even with bee stings killing miore Americans than terrorism each year, the change will undoubtedly allow the agency to put more resources behind the deceptive practice.

Regardless of the facts, the agency will undoubtedly rule the situation legitimate. Unfortunately, the agency’s statistics continue to point the other way.

Judge Andrew Napolitano breaks down 17 terror schemes hatched by the FBI.