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July 19, 2019

Jul 19 12:04

Donald Trump: Rock Star Welcome for Ilhan Omar 'Staged' in Minnesota Featured

President Donald Trump ridiculed the crowd of supporters welcoming Rep. Ilhan Omar back to Minnesota as “staged”, vowing to win the state in 2020. Trump decried the establishment media on Twitter for covering the event, accusing them of a “sick partnership” with the radical left.

Jul 19 10:15

DEFENSE CONTRACTORS ARE TIGHTENING THEIR GRIP ON OUR GOVERNMENT

SOURCE: ZEROHEDGE

Authored by William Hartung via TomDispatch.com,

When, in his farewell address in 1961, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned of the dangers of the “unwarranted influence” wielded by the “military-industrial complex,” he could never have dreamed of an arms-making corporation of the size and political clout of Lockheed Martin.

In a good year, it now receives up to $50 billion in government contracts, a sum larger than the operating budget of the State Department. And now it’s about to have company.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When Karl Marx made the observation that all wars are economic in their origin, the guy was absolutely, entirely correct.

Through wars, the military industrial complex makes obscene profits, even with products which are inferior; late to market; and have an incredible, unjustifiable markup; so it is, also, with the banks which loan money to governments to keep the wars going, with loans which are generally usurious in their interest rates.

The only people for whom wars are horrendous, are those who are "press-ganged" into fighting them.

I cannot say, with any certainty, that the US government will reinstate the draft; but were I a betting woman, I would not bet against this happening, particularly if there is another horrific false flag (to most probably be blamed on the "villian du jure", these days, Iran).

And please understand; wars are not about honor, glory, or protecting or preserving the "American Way of Life.", however that translates to you.

Wars are about regime-changing governments, to create governments which are Western/US centric; expropriating resources to which the US Government has absolutely no moral right; and insuring that those resources are only sold in US dollars.

If you take a look at all the wars from President Bush's attacks against Afghanistan and Iraq; President Obama's regime change in Libya ( because Ghadaffi was about to institute a gold-backed dinar, which would have utterly wiped the floor with the US dollar); and President Trump's threats against Iran (for regime change, and its oil wealth), this is absolutely, painfully, obvious.

In my world, patriotism consists of honoring the good that people do for their country, which may, or may not be something they do for money; the polar opposite of patriotism, is milking a government for every cent you can, in the name of defense, when what the military industrial complex generally creates is very expensive "junk" which completely under-serves our men and women in uniform.

As those of you who read this blog consistently understand; I am a Christian Pacifist Activist, who believes that the US government should use its entire range of options, including moral, hard-won, reasonable negotiations before declaring war against another government.

Unfortunately, with the military industrial complex, which needs wars and conflict to survive, and the Deep State so stunningly in control of US foreign policy, this is only likely to happen...when pigs discover that they are aerodynamic!!

Jul 19 09:54

UK, US militaries join forces to keep the upper hand in space

Britain has joined forces with the United States in a coalition aimed at bolstering space defenses against hostile actions by rivals such as China and Russia, according to Britain’s defense secretary.

In a second space-related tie-up, the two countries are partnering in a project to field a small-satellite demonstrator within a year, Penny Mordaunt told delegates at the Air and Space Power Conference in London on July 18.

Britain is the first international partner to formally sign up for what is a little-known, American-led coalition called Operation Olympic Defender aimed at strengthening allies’ abilities to deter hostile actions by rivals.

Mordaunt said over the next 18 months that Britain will send eight personnel to the U.S. Combined Space Operations Center in California to support the operation.

Jul 19 09:53

UN reaches agreement with Yemen rebels to resume food deliveries

The World Food Program has reached an agreement in principle with Yemen's Huthi rebels to resume food aid to areas they control, the agency's chief said on Thursday.

Malnutrition is widespread in Yemen after four years of civil war, but the UN suspended deliveries of food aid to rebel-held areas of the country last month following accusations of "diversion of food."

The new agreement with the Huthis will allow food to be quickly delivered to the rebel-held capital Sanaa, though the two sides haven't formally inked the deal yet, WFP chief David Beasley told the UN Security Council.

"I can say that we have made substantial progress," he said during a meeting to discuss Yemen, in which he joined UN humanitarian officials in underlining the dire situation in the country.



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Jul 19 09:52

Rush Limbaugh admits GOP's fiscal attacks on Obama were "bogus," defends Trump's deficit

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh admitted that Republican fear-mongering over the federal deficit under President Obama was “bogus,” while defending the deficit's explosive rise to $1 trillion under President Trump.

During Limbaugh’s show on Tuesday, a caller suggested that Republicans should nominate a young fiscal conservative instead of Trump, citing the rising deficit. Limbaugh dismissed the concerns, declaring that fiscal conservatism was basically a sham all along.

Jul 19 09:52

Hawaii telescope protest shuts down 13 observatories on Mauna Kea

Hundreds of protestors have blocked construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Thirteen astronomical observatories that call the mountain home have evacuated workers and curtailed their operations.

Work on the TMT was set to resume on 15 July after a four-year delay caused by legal challenges and protests. Hawaii’s state supreme court ruled in October that the TMT’s construction permit was valid.

But last weekend, opponents of the telescope began gathering at a site at the base of the access road that leads up Mauna Kea. They sang, held signs and spoke out against the TMT, which they believe will further despoil a sacred mountain.

Jul 19 09:51

Ilhan Omar Stonewalling Hometown Paper On Marriage Controversy, Editor Says Featured

Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar has allegedly been uncooperative with her hometown paper’s efforts to get to the bottom of accusations that she committed marriage fraud, the paper’s political editor said.

Omar’s brief congressional career has been dogged by accusations — which she has denied — that she married a male relative, possibly her brother. Omar and her current husband, Ahmed Hirsi, filed joint tax returns while Omar was married to another man, Ahmed Elmi, Minnesota campaign finance officials said.


Jul 19 09:50

Ukraine’s president says he backs prisoner swap with Russia

Ukraine’s president on Friday outlined the details of an impending prisoner swap with Russia, saying that Kiev is willing to release a jailed Russian journalist in exchange for a Ukrainian film director.

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s statement comes at the end of the week of shuttle diplomacy, with the Russian and Ukrainian human rights ombudswomen holding talks both in Moscow and in Kiev. The flurry of activity around imprisoned Russians and Ukrainians follows last week’s first telephone call between Zelenskiy and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Jul 19 09:50

Parents explode as Republicans refuse to defend kids from library drag queens

Angry local parents in Lexington Park, MD, led by a MassResistance-Maryland mother, stormed their local County Commission meeting on Tuesday evening, July 9. With strongly-worded, outraged testimony, they demanded that the officials deal with the horror at their local public library.

On June 23, a "Drag Queen Story Hour" took place at the nearby Lexington Park Public Library, where homosexual men dressed as garish women read LGBT-affirming story books to young children ages 3–8. They also conducted a "drag queen makeup tutorial" for "tweens and teens" — children 9–19 years old. Their stated goal: "To capture their imagination and give kids positive and unabashedly queer, role models."

Jul 19 09:48

The 200th firefighter just died from a World Trade Center-related illness


Jul 19 09:36

Rand Paul nails 'guttersnipe' Jon Stewart and the 'left-wing mob' for lying about 9/11 survivor fund

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) did not hold back in his scathing response to comedian Jon Stewart and the "left-wing mob" who claimed that he blocked a bill on funding for survivors of the 9/11 terror attack.

Jul 19 09:35

Armed man tries breaking into woman's home. But she's got a gun as well — and he learns a painful lesson.

When Seattle police arrived at a reported shooting scene around midnight Thursday, they encountered something they probably didn't expect — the homeowner who made the 911 call atop her roof and armed with a rifle, KCPQ-TV reported.

Jul 19 09:30

Berkeley City Council bans 'manpower,' 'manhole,' other 'male-centric' terms while 'he' and 'she' are getting replaced by 'they'

The University of California, Berkeley, was once known as the birthplace of the 1960s free-speech movement, but violent protests against conservative speakers on campus in recent years seemingly put a blemish on the school's lofty status as a haven for unfettered expression.


Jul 19 09:29

Portland considers ban on masked protesters in an effort to stop Antifa violence

Officials in Portland are considering a law that bans protesters from wearing masks as the city struggles with how to tamp down violence involving the far-left group Antifa, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Jul 19 09:29

'It feels good to be home!' Ilhan Omar slams Trump and says a Somalian refugee in Congress is his worst 'nightmare' as she lands in Minneapolis one day after rally crowd chanted 'send her back'

Rep. Ilhan Omar was greeted by supporters at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Thursday
'Welcome home Ilhan' they chanted as she returned for town hall in her home district
Comes a day after Trump supporters changed 'send her back' about Omar at a rally in North Carolina
Trump disavowed the chant but has harshly criticized the Somali-born immigrant
Omar responds by labeling Trump a 'fascist' and vows to be a 'nightmare' for the president

Jul 19 09:22

Facebook hires people who worked for Democrats at more than twice the rate of Republicans


Jul 19 09:21

How mobile phones CAN interfere with plane navigation systems on some jets even in 'flight mode'

Mobile phones still pose a real risk to the safety of planes even when in the supposedly flight-safe 'airplane mode'.

The feature found on most handsets disables all external signals from a phone but the device can still use WiFi, which interferes with some faulty screens still in use.

A vulnerability was discovered in 2014 that caused cockpit screens in Boeing 737 Next Generation and 777 airliners to suffer with interference from WiFi signals.

In 2014 the US Government promptly issued a deadline for all operators to replace or fix the fault by November 2019, but some are still believed to still be in use.

Jul 19 09:21

'I was having sex with one of them... then his friends burst in and attacked me' British woman, 19, relives 'gang rape ordeal by 12 Israeli teenagers' in Ayia Napa - as Instagram messages reveal one flirted with her for days

Briton, 19, told police that she was gang-raped by 12 Israeli teens in Ayia Napa
She told officers that one of the teenagers held her down while the others assaulted her 'one after the other for an hour' - some without a condom
She said the men were drunk and 'hurt my whole body' during alleged attack
Three Israelis admit having sex with the girl but say it was consensual, while the other nine deny having anything to do with the incident
Instagram messages reveal she spoke to one of the men for days beforehand

Jul 19 09:13

Trump claims joyful Minnesota airport welcome for Ilhan Omar was 'STAGED' as he predicts he'll win the state and blasts media for not covering her 'vile and disgusting' anti-Semitism

Donald Trump claimed the welcome rally Rep. Ilhan Omar received when she return to her home state of Minnesota was 'staged'
He also predicted he'll win the state in the 2020 election
In tweet storm, he railed against media coverage of his 'send her back' rally
''They even covered a tiny staged crowd as they greeted Foul Mouthed Omar in Minnesota, a State which I will win in #2020,' he complained of media
On Thursday evening, Omar was greeted by a crowd of supporters at the Minneapolis airport when she arrived from Washington D.C.
Earlier Trump disavowed 'Send her back!' chant from Wednesday night rally
8,000 fans screamed for Omar to self-deport
President said he felt 'a little badly' but didn't take responsibility for the chant
'I didn't say that. They did,' Trump told reporters in the Oval Office
Chant erupted after Trump told rally crowd that Omar ''has a history of launching vicious anti-Semitic screeds'

Jul 19 09:08

A Bank With 49 Trillion Dollars In Exposure To Derivatives Is Melting Down Right In Front Of Our Eyes

By Michael Snyder

Could it be possible that we are on the verge of the next “Lehman Brothers moment”? Deutsche Bank is the most important bank in all of Europe, it has 49 trillion dollars in exposure to derivatives, and most of the largest “too big to fail banks” in the United States have very deep financial connections to the bank. In other words, the global financial system simply cannot afford for Deutsche Bank to fail, and right now it is literally melting down right in front of our eyes...

Jul 19 09:05

Muslim Who’s Fed Up with Leftist Extremists Crushes Member of ‘the Squad’ Demanding Muslims Agree with Her



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Jul 19 08:59

You Can Set Up This Solar Powered Prefab Cabin In Just 4 Hours

By Mayukh Saha

These cabins can be set up by customers in any location in a flash. Especially the ‘Mono’, a tiny cabin which is prefabricated– it can be ready in 4 hours, and completely runs on solar electricity...

Jul 19 08:57

US Warship Takes ‘Defensive Action,’ Reminds Iran They’re Nowhere Near the Big Leagues


Jul 19 08:47

DEA TRACKED EVERY OPIOID PILL SOLD IN THE US. THE DATA IS OUT—AND IT’S HORRIFIC

SOURCE: ARSTECHNICA.COM

Between 2006 and 2012, opioid drug makers and distributors flooded the country with 76 billion pills of oxycodone and hydrocodone—highly addictive opioid pain medications that sparked the epidemic of abuse and overdoses that killed nearly 100,000 people in that time period.

As the epidemic surged over the seven-year period, so did the supply. The companies increased distribution from 8.4 billion in 2006 to 12.6 billion in 2012, a jump of roughly 50%. In all, the deluge of pills was enough to supply every adult and child in the country with around 36 opioid pills per year. Just a 10-day supply can hook 1 in 5 people into being long-term users, researchers have determined.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"The needs of the patients" did NOT include heavy addiction, over a short period of time, thank you very much.

There are alternatives to addiction, including meditation; diet; music; and more. Music calmed pre-op patients just as well as did drugs

I would hope for a future which combines the best,and vetted, alternative therapies with far lower doses of potentially addictive drugs, to keep people from getting addicted.

Unfortunately, these are alternatives which are not really supported by the medical/industrial complex at all, because it eats into drugs' profitability.

Jul 19 08:44

Agricultural Loans Declining Right on Target


Jul 19 08:42

Twitter Restores Assange Activism Account In Response To Backlash

By Caitlin Johnstone

After a week of vocal protests from online supporters of Julian Assange, Twitter has reversed its unjust removal of the prominent pro-Assange activism account @Unity4J.

After the account was suspended without any explanation being presented to its operators, Assange supporters drew a clear line in the sand against internet censorship and began making a big noise that couldn’t be ignored. The account’s suspension drew condemnations from high-profile Assange supporters ...

Jul 19 08:22

Bitcoin Mining And Money Laundering

By Vin Armani

I have developed significant patience for dispelling myths about “Bitcoin as a currency of crime” when in conversations with nocoiners (those who have never participated in the cryptocurrency world), but I was quite shocked recently to hear individuals who called themselves Bitcoiners being quite vocal about Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies, being used as a tool for money laundering. It gave me pause and got me thinking about whether Bitcoin could, in fact, be used as a vehicle for money laundering. It turns out that Proof Of Work cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin can indeed be used for money laundering, but not at all in the way that was being claimed...


Jul 19 08:06

What The 15-Hour Work Week Prophets Failed To Account For

By Saul Zimet

There is a utopian vision shared by hard workers everywhere: One day we will look back on all our accomplishments and say “at last, the age of respite and luxury has finally arrived!” But as the forecasted luxury manifests all around us, the respite is nowhere in sight.

John Maynard Keynes, one of history’s most influential economists, predicted in 1930 that the grandchildren of his generation would enjoy 15-hour work weeks. The rest of the labor would be done by machines. This was a popular idea. In 1965, a Senate subcommittee projected that we would only work 14 hours per week by the year 2000. So, what did the prophets fail to account for?...

Jul 19 07:43

Food shortages begin as canned vegetables start to run out at grocery stores across America

Shoppers are starting to notice the effects of the abysmal growing season here in the United States, as grocery stores in various parts of the country are having to post signage explaining that food shortages are the reason why their shelves are unusually bare.


Jul 19 07:34

In response to Trump admin’s announcement of mass deportations, Columbia University offering ‘stress management’ group for illegal immigrants

Columbia University in New York is offering a variety of resources for illegal immigrant students who feel alienated by the Trump administration's promise of mass deportation from the United States.



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Jul 19 07:33

13 Philadelphia police officers will be fired over social media posts

Thirteen Philadelphia police officers are expected to be dismissed because of their activities on social media, the department announced Thursday.

Jul 19 07:32

Bitcoin and Voluntaryism – Where Libertarian Philosophy Meets Crypto

By Graham Smith

For the uninitiated, voluntaryism is a philosophy based on consent. In the simplest terms it says: “If it’s not voluntary, it’s not moral.” This basic statement is often countered with “Yes, but not everyone agrees on that, some people use violence to get what they want.” This is 100% true. And this is why voluntaryists are not pacifists, but believe in and support self-defense. Self-defense as per voluntaryism is defined as protecting one’s property, which begins with the self. As such, the philosophy and its adherents have taken a remarkable interest in bitcoin, thanks to the non-violent nature of peer-to-peer, decentralized currency...

Jul 19 07:28

Fresh stalkerware crop pops up on Google's Android Play Store, swiftly yanked offline

By stalkerware, we mean applications scumbags can install on their spouse's or partner's device, or dodgy bosses on staffers' handhelds, to silently track their whereabouts, web browsing, messaging, and other activities. It can also be installed on kids' gadgets by watchful parents.

The mobile research team at Avast Threatlabs told The Register on Wednesday it believes as many as 130,000 people already downloaded the Android tools, which allow snoops to quietly hoover up contacts, texts, and call histories, and other private details, from devices they are installed on.

As of yesterday morning, four of the surveillanceware applications had been taken down after Avast tipped off Google; the rest have since been pulled. The apps are being pitched under the names "Track Employees Check Work Phone Online Spy Free," "Spy Kids Tracker," "Phone Cell Tracker," "Mobile Tracking," "Spy Tracker," "SMS Tracker," and "Employee Work Spy."

Jul 19 07:27

Is President Trump guilty of 'viciously and dishonestly' attacking Rep. Omar prior to 'send her back' chant at rally? Let's take a look

A former speechwriter for former President Barack Obama called the "send her back" chant directed at U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) during President Donald Trump's rally in North Carolina on Wednesday "one of the most chilling and horrifying things I've ever seen in politics."

Jul 19 07:25

Restaurant chain says high minimum wages in places like Seattle caused its bankruptcy

A restaurant chain has blamed its recent bankruptcy on the increased minimum wage in cities like Seattle and San Francisco.

Jul 19 07:20

The Pentagon’s new nuclear doctrine is scary as hell

The Pentagon is actively contemplating the use of nuclear weapons to win wars that need not be fought in the first place. As expected, opposition to the US nuclear doctrine is almost non-existent in the mainstream media.

Jul 19 07:16

Brexit: Merkel says if solution is found on Irish border, backstop could be overwritten

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that if Brexit negotiators found a solution on the Irish border in the declaration on future ties between Britain and the EU, the backstop would effectively be overwritten.

The backstop is contested by leading British politicians who want it changed or scrapped, and requires Britain to adopt some EU rules unless a future arrangement is found to keep open the land border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.

Merkel also said on Friday that Britain would remain a partner even if it is no longer a member of the EU in the future.

Jul 19 07:03

China's space station will plummet back down to Earth TODAY: Spacecraft will burn up in the atmosphere before debris is scattered across the Pacific Ocean in 'planned destruction'

China's Tiangong-2 spacecraft is currently rapidly descending towards Earth after deliberately dropping out of Earth's orbit.

Its path back to Earth will be a destructive one as it is expected the spacecraft will burn up upon re-entry.

The space station, which means 'Heavenly body' in Chinese, will be destroyed at some point today, and any debris that survives re-entry will likely be harmlessly scattered throughout the Pacific ocean between New Zealand and Chile.

Jul 19 06:25

Doctors are still making the most money

Jul 19 06:20

LVMPD fails to release all officer-worn body camera footage from night of 1 October shooting against court order

It looks like Sherrif Joseph Lombardo has some explaining to do after it has been revealed that many records and video footage pertaining to the 1 October massacre have not been released to the public upon a judge’s orders.

LAS VEGAS (INTELLIHUB) — The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department could be held in contempt of court after breaching a judge’s order to release all records from the night of the 1 October shooting which includes 21,000 hours of officer-worn body camera footage as a video posted to the John E Hoover YouTube channel on Tuesday points out.

Jul 19 05:06

This Meteorologist Spent The Past 30 Years Living Alone at Remote Arctic Outpost

Vyacheslav Korotki, lives on the barents sea, in a century old wooden house that became a meteorological station in 1933, where he was sent by the Russian state to measure and log climatic conditions and then transmit the data via radio to Moscow.

Jul 19 05:01

Deal of the Century Trump

Don't you just "love" it how they say how complex this problem is!
Not complex at all. A bunch of European Jews displaced by murder, beating, discrimination etc. the native population of Palestine.

BTW Israel is not commenting apartheid they are committing genocide.

Jul 19 04:57

Viking Warrior Found Over a Century Ago in Swedish Grave Was Actually A Woman

For centuries, and in almost all societies, men were always viewed as the ones fighting in the battlefront, while women remained behind to take care of the home.
But not in Viking-era Sweden apparently.

Jul 18 19:06

Does huge buybacks guarantee stocks profits?

Jul 18 18:43

Woke words: PC bastion Berkeley adopts gender-neutral city code, ‘manpower’ becomes ‘human effort’

In the latest politically correct escalation of the ongoing culture war in the US, Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to remove gender-specific words and phrases from its municipal code on Tuesday.

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As part of the politically correct purge of offending, gendered language within the city’s municipal code, a “manhole” will now become “maintenance hole,” “craftsmen” are now “artisans,” “heirs” are “beneficiaries,” and “manpower” will now be classified as “human effort.”

Jul 18 18:40

UK commandos fail to ‘liberate’ Estonian island during wargame, beaten by locals

The action was an utter defeat for the Brits, or at least that’s how the drill’s ‘referees’ saw it when they awarded victory in the Battle of Saaremaa to the Estonians.

The Royal Navy did not provide an in-depth analysis of why the liberation mission flopped. They mentioned that the Estonians had more personnel fighting, and that their troops had grown up on Saaremaa. They therefore “knew every rock and tree upon it.”

The British also pointed out that some of the UK Apache helicopters were fighting for the Estonian side. Despite the referees’ verdict, “the commandos claim it was a draw,” the Royal Navy noted in a lighthearted fashion.

Jul 18 17:29

A Bad Copyright Bill Moves Forward With No Serious Understanding of Its Dangers

By Katharine Trendacosta

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted on the Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act, aka the CASE Act. This was without any hearings for experts to explain the huge flaws in the bill as it’s currently written. And flaws there are.

During the vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee, it was once again stressed that the CASE Act—which would turn the Copyright Office into a copyright traffic court—created a “voluntary” system. “Voluntary” does not accurately describe the regime of the CASE Act...

Jul 18 17:22

New Hampshire Bill Creates Process to Expunge Some Marijuana Charges

By Michael Maharrey

Last week, New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill to create a process to expunge certain marijuana charges form people’s records. Passage into law would take another step toward nullifying federal marijuana prohibition in effect in the Live Free or Die State...

Jul 18 16:50

The 99th Congress ‘Screwed’ Us By Giving Vaccine Makers Legal Exemptions From Product Liability Regarding Vaccines: That Has To Stop NOW

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Ever since the 99th U.S. Congress caved to Big Pharma—under DURESS—in the 1980s with passage of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (42 U.S.C. §§ 300aa-1 to 300aa-34), the U.S. CDC and FDA have been committing healthcare and medical science FRAUD regarding vaccines...

Jul 18 16:30

Passive Facebook Use Correlated with Depressive Symptoms

Great holiday, fantastic party, adorable children, incredible food: everyone shows their life in the best light on social networks. Those who take a look around on such sites can find that their self-esteem takes a hit as it seems as though everyone is better than them.

Users who use social networks passively, i.e. do not post themselves, and tend to compare themselves with others are in danger of developing depressive symptoms. This is what a team of psychologists at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) led by Dr. Phillip Ozimek discovered...

Jul 18 16:27

Boeing takes $5bn hit over grounding of 737 Max

Boeing is taking a $4.9bn hit to cover the costs of the grounding of its 737 Max aircraft after two deadly crashes.

The charge is set to wipe out profits when the world's biggest planemaker posts quarterly results next week.

In a statement, Boeing also said its "best estimate at this time" is that 737 Max will return to service in the last three months of this year.

Jul 18 16:17

We don't mean to poo-poo this, but... The Internet of S**t has literally arrived thanks to Pampers smart diapers

What's that unpleasant whiff? No, it's not little Johnny's sticky bowel movement but the new "smart diaper" containing his special effort.

That's right folks, this month brings us a literal internet of shit, courtesy of Pampers, which for some ungodly reason has decided to add app technology to its namesake absorbent underpants.

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