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"Slapping random strangers, kicking suspects in the face, and sh***ing on beds during home raids: The shocking abuses cops commit on the job, retired Baltimore officer claims".

Not good, and people wonder why there's lack of faith in the police.
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Michael A Wood, 35, claims he saw detectives kick suspects in the face, urinate on their beds during home raids, and illegally search people with no justification on a daily basis.
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Kagame is right in what he's saying here, btw my God his daughter is a tall girl!
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I love the false comparison between Churches and Mosques/Islamic centres around 0:30. ;-)


Pretty unpleasant protesters with guns and the white power shirt :-(
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Some good points here. Do you agree with the author?
The Pope has come out with a wonderful statement about why we should love nature and George Monbiot writes an excellent article in the Guardian today looking into this and sophistry around why people destroy nature for percei...
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No one is born racist.
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Beard Oil Geekery Continued

Well true to form I'm incapable of using a good beard oil without starting to think I'm missing out on some Holy Grail of Beard Oils.

So having tried some nice Organic Jojoba Oil and finding it OK but not up to scratch for my beard and its physiological character after giving it a week, I went back to Argan Oil.

So after being back on Argan oil for a while I got bored and went back to trying Coconut Oil...

Coconut Oil Rematch 

So this time a change in usage technique.  This time rather than a little at a time I went the hole hog and put enough in my beard to be slightly overkill and left for over an hour before having a beard-wash.

Result

Very soft and controllable beard requiring no oil for two days, After my shower I towel dry then use dryer and roller brush to straighten my mane out and it worked a treat.  During the intervening two days it was easy to control and keep in shape with no "beard halo" like last time.  The only issue I could tell is it leaves the beard a little matt compared to Argan Oil.  This could be resolved by using a little Argan oil.

Another plus is no beard kink develops over the two days, because it's so soft and controllable.
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S/he's a transdermalist.
 
Steven Hayward's "The Week in Pictures." It's a target-rich environment out there.
Nietzsche spoke of the "transvaluation of all values," but hoo boy even old mad Freddie might find our current scene more than a little off the hook. But there's some good news this week: The Iowa ...
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Beautiful dance, music, and dancers. What a sad month and year that was for Rwanda.
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A tragedy and evil. I can't help but suspect that, in addition to his racial hatred, he was driven by evil to target Christians.

Whilst this is tragedy those most affected here are also the ones in the best position to represent Christ in the midst of what's happened -God willing they will so so.

A question how can they represent Christ? In the face of racial hatred, loss of loved ones and friends, friends who have lost loved ones and those close to them.

And what of the evil, yet lost soul, how can he be ministered to with the Gospel?
Dylann Roof opened fire at the historic Emanuel AME church in Charleston, South Carolina Wednesday night, killing nine people. The shooting is being investigated as a hate crime.
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Beard Oil Geekery Continued

Well true to form I'm incapable of using a good beard oil without starting to think I'm missing out on some Holy Grail of Beard Oils.

So having tried some nice Organic Jojoba Oil and finding it OK but not up to scratch for my beard and its physiological character after giving it a week, I went back to Argan Oil.

So after being back on Argan oil for a while I got bored and went back to trying Coconut Oil...

Coconut Oil Rematch 

So this time a change in usage technique.  This time rather than a little at a time I went the hole hog and put enough in my beard to be slightly overkill and left for over an hour before having a beard-wash.

Result

Very soft and controllable beard requiring no oil for two days, After my shower I towel dry then use dryer and roller brush to straighten my mane out and it worked a treat.  During the intervening two days it was easy to control and keep in shape with no "beard halo" like last time.  The only issue I could tell is it leaves the beard a little matt compared to Argan Oil.  This could be resolved by using a little Argan oil.

Another plus is no beard kink develops over the two days, because it's so soft and controllable.
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+Konstantinos Vasileiou I wash it away with my shampoo bar (Grandpa' Pine tar soap).

The "no beard kink" may not be true as a mild one has developed, however I didn't do my usual hair dryer and hair straightening routine. So it's too early to judge.

They key with Coconut oil is to play to its major feature which is that it's the best penetrating oil for hair shafts, so beards and their thicker hair shafts will absorb a lot more than head hair.
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NT Wright and the Rising Tide of Christian Anti-Judaism
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Lost in Transmission?
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The pope’s imminent visit to Israel will rightly attract much attention; but 2 largely untold stories about global Christianity have the cap

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Captain Fawcett’s (CF.332) Private Stock Beard Oil is a delectable blend of fragrant essential oils fused with Sweet Almond, Jojoba & Vitami

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The Mod Cabin
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All-natural skin care and beard care handmade in Boulder County, CO.

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Based on a widely circulated video and statements from the Vatican, it was believed that Fr. Francois Murad, a Catholic Syrian priest, was r

“Duck Dynasty”: Let’s Deal in Real Reality
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Phil Robertson, patriarch of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” got fired or sanctioned or hiatused or somethin’. Before we start organizing the boycotts

The Salisbury Hotel
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A very good service for a decent price. £6 for a very well done beard trim (by Alex). Sorry Pall Mall, you've lost me to the Rocket.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I've the above three times now for getting my eyes checked up and two times for a new pair of glasses. The check ups were very thorough and seem to be very professional (I say seem because I'm not an expert reviewer). The two pairs of glasses were good, I baulked at the third pair but that was down to my subjective opinion rather than any failing on their part.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Brilliant pub and great European beers.
Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A great cafe, nice atmosphere and friendly service. Food's good too.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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A great place, the only one I know of in London. They do a wide variety of teas to cater for all tastes.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've been here several times, and have always loved it, a great choice.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago