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Maybe he'll show up in drag?
The surprise for the reporters waiting outside his office was ... doughnuts!
nice move ...
Et tu Pence ?
Classified docs found in his sock drawer or garage or somewhere ... I can't even keep track of this.
The Rites of the Proud Boys
Introduced into Court: a manual for holding meetings including rules and regulations for a proper Proud Boy. There is the usual Guns, Motherhood and the Superiority of Western Civilization as well as occasional whimsical details such as this on Page 7:
I've attached the manual below as it was entered in Proud Boys Trial records. It's an easy read.
The Department of Defense recently issued a memorandum on Warning Regarding Poppy Seed Consumption and Military Drug Testing.
Recent data suggest that certain poppy seed varieties may have higher codeine contamination that previously reported. The memorandum warns service members that the consumption of poppy seed products could result in a codeine positive urinalysis result.
Out of an abundance of caution, the Department is encouraging all service members to avoid the consumption of poppy seeds in all forms to include food products and baked goods. As more information becomes available, the Department will revise the policy accordingly.
The Warning Regarding Poppy Seed Consumption and Military Drug Testing memorandum can be found here.
Adding Slaughterbots to my vocabulary!
This would make for a scary horror movie in which people are beset by hundreds of microbots, I would have them equipped to bore into their targets. So real though.
Worse might be to come: one person could launch almost unlimited swarms of cheap microdrones — ‘slaughterbots’ — to wipe out political opponents or entire populations.
Conflict pressures are pushing the world closer to autonomous weapons that can kill without human control. Researchers and the international community must join forces to prohibit them.Read more from www.nature.com
Newsweek could find no evidence that the DOJ requested to seize Jones' cat. Newsweek has contacted Infowars and the Department of Justice for comment.
The Infowars host said in a video that the Justice Department was "serious" about the financial value of his Ragdoll pet. "The cat was like $200," he added.Read more from Newsweek
I read that the cat was valued at $2K USD. My impression was mentioning it triggered a sellable Jones's fantasy defending his $100K/month bare minimum life-support.
So you only know what you are told on mainstream media. That tells me you know absolutely NOTHING! :)