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The British designed EM Drive actually works and would dramatically speed up space travel, scientists have confirmed
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This article is 100% bullshit.
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I always wondered why super heroes were asexual. Now I know. It's Alfred's fault.
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This is the third death in Houston police custody in the last three weeks.

Add in the rest of Texas and it's starting to look like a dangerous place to get arrested in.

How many deaths in police custody is "normal"? 
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A badge isn't just a licence to do whatever you want. Your kids can do whatever they want too.
The violent arrests of two Florida students were captured on video after woman got into argument with an off-duty cop, telling him to teach his son manners.
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EXCLUSIVE: A Minnesota father of two is discovered to be the hunter who shot dead Cecil – one of Zimbabwe's most loved lions
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bastard and a coward 
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BIND ( ) has got to be the most attacker friendly software in the world due to its prolific use of assert() in code. rather than drop offending packets and ignore the malicious query, BIND chooses to shut down the whole damn kit and kaboodle every time something isn't perfect.

i remember too many times when i have had to run named in a while [ 1 ]; do named ... ; done; loop because of malformed DNS queries that would kaplunk bind.

along comes another bad vulnerability. CVE-2015-5477. error in TSIG handling causes named to exit.

#notreallygoodsecurity   #selfinflictedDOS  
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David not related to this subject but was wondering which one of the nice looking guys in your photo section is you? If on top, you would make one heck of a model. 
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WATCH: Cleveland cop pepper sprays peaceful Movement for Black Lives protesters
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The genetically engineered beluga whale is showing all the classic hallmarks of homosexuality:   rippling abs that shamelessly glisten in the waters beneath the summer sun, a healthy rose hue of the skin and a unnerving desire to expose Christian families to homosexuality. The disturbing image from Seaworld in Texas is the latest evidence that […]
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Really nice :)
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This guy deserves everything he got an more. What kind of person would run over an animal with a lawn mower on purpose? 

It's one thing to hurt another human but hurting an animal is on a whole different level as they cannot fight back. I hope he gets the shit beat out of him every single day he will be incarcerated. 

1 year in jail and 3 years probation isn't even close to what he deserved. Fuck him!!
A judge sentenced Jason Scott Falbo for running over 9 ducklings with a lawn mower
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Asshole from. All in Australia!!!
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Haha this is what my college books look like
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