The NYC Karen vs teens minstrel show over a bike, with a cameo appearance from Benjamin Crump. Stay tuned for the Asian kid's analyses of crime statitics --
Set the controls for the heart of the Sun.
$20 she supports BLM....anybody uses the word "fetus" to refer to their unborn baby pretty much leans non-right. The comments in the video are interesting.
...let him who has no sword sell his robe and buy one. Luke 22:35-36 NAV
"Behold, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves; so be shrewd as serpents and innocent as doves." Matthew 10:16 NASV
Here's yet another, it seems. A "man with orange hair driving an 18-wheeler".
Man, this shit is so stupid. Your cellphone tracks you. Cameras track you. You'd have to be a complete moron to think you could get away with this, and I guess that's exactly what she is.
Carlee Russell admitted to lying about her disappearance by Alabama freeway
Carlee Russell, the Alabama woman who went missing and told a bizarre tale about seeing a toddler on the side of a freeway and being abducted, lied about the whole thing, authorities said Monday.
Russell, 25, initially went missing after placing a 911 call on July 13 at 9:34 p.m., telling the operator that she saw a 3- to 4-year-old toddler walking along the southbound side of Interstate 459 near Birmingham, Alabama, according to the Hoover Police Department.
Police said Russell took a bathrobe and toilet paper from her employer before getting food and shopping at a Target.
She then remained in the Target parking lot until driving off to Interstate 495 where she called 911.
She returned home on July 15. During a police interview, she said a man with orange hair came out of the woods to check on the toddler, but picked up Russell and made her go over a nearby fence.
He forced her into a car, she said, before recalled being inside an 18-wheel trailer. She said that she was able to escape from the truck and fled the area on foot, but was captured again and placed into a car.
She claimed she was blindfolded to a house and forced to get undressed, and believed pictures were taken of her.
She also allegedly told police that the individuals didn't have any sexual contact with her.
Is Jussie still not suicidal?
You’re a lying dog-faced pony soldier
Real bright one there
I'm sure the costs for this search will be made available or, someone will provide an estimation, predictably Russell's side will scream racism, then attempt to minimize and redirect the issue as a 'cry for help', to which news media will eat it up and run a 'special interest' story.... smh
|thin skin can't win|
At the first release on this I called it as similar to that boy who "floated away" in the inflatable space ship several years ago. What a moron.
We are from and have family in the Hoover area. Didn't take long for the fun to commence!
You only have integrity once. - imprezaguy02
^^^Yep, some pretty epic memes from last week on this one.^^^
I lost all my weapons in a boating, umm, accident.
Here's another faker.
Florida university fires professor over dubious racial bias studies, damage to school may be ‘catastrophic’
Published July 31, 2023 4:19pm EDT
By Nikolas Lanum | Fox News
A Florida university has fired a professor after an investigation concluded he "demonstrated extreme negligence" in the data management of racial bias studies that could cause "unalterable" damage to the school's reputation.
In a scathing five-page termination letter penned by Florida State University's (FUS) Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, James Clark informed criminologist Eric Stewart that decades of his research "once thought to be at the forefront" of the profession were shown to contain "numerous erroneous and "false narratives."
"My specific concerns are related to the details of your behavior and the extreme negligence and incompetence that you demonstrated in the performance of your duties," Clark wrote.
"As outlined in the Notice of Intent to Terminate letter, you demonstrated extreme negligence in basic data management, resulting in an unprecedented number of articles retracted, numerous other articles now in question, with the presence of no backup of the data for the publications in question," he added.
As reported by The College Fix and corroborated by the letter, Stewart had previously refuted the evidence of FSU's misconduct inquiry committee's lengthy investigation and stated the reports "indicate that the misconduct claims were rejected by multiple panel experts."
However, Clark's termination letter to Stewart suggested the criminologist did not take "any meaningful steps" to remedy the situation in the four years since the issues came to light and did not attempt to re-create any of the studies.
"You have not pursued any remedial action, and you have even refused to cooperate with your FSU colleagues and coworkers who requested to work with you on these matters," the letter continued.
He had been at the school for 16 years at the time of his departure.
Stewart left his post in March following the lengthy investigation that began when six race-related studies he co-authored were retracted.
In one paper, Stewart, who made $190,000 per year at FSU, falsely claimed there was a correlation between a criminal's race and the public's desire to see harsher prison sentences for said criminal. However, an investigation revealed no correlation and that the sample size had been increased to yield Stewart's desired outcome.
Justin Pickett, one of the study's co-authors, previously claimed that the "identified discrepancies" in Stewart's work could not be attributed to "researcher error."
"Scientific fraud occurs all too frequently….and I believe it is the most likely explanation for the data irregularities in the five retracted articles," Pickett said.
Fox News Digital reached out to Stewart, but his email sent an automated response saying he was "currently unavailable." FSU did not immediately return request for comment.
Any cocktail can be a shrimp cocktail if you put your mind to it, and if you carry lots of loose shrimp in your pocket.
הרחפת שלי מלאה בצלופחים
|wishing we |
This thread included some posts about Oberlin College having to pay 36 million to the Gibson bakery.
After a six year struggle, in December 2022 Gibson’s Bakery finally was paid by Oberlin College a total of $36 million, representing a judgment of approximately $32 million plus post judgment interest
It was a six year struggle for the Gibson family, which saw Grandpa Allyn Gibson and David Gibson pass away after the trial but before the appeals were concluded.
more detail at the link about new events, but summary is:
Oberlin College Sues Insurers For Refusing To Cover $36 Million It Paid Gibson’s Bakery For Defamation And Other Torts
Oberlin College has sued four of its insurance providers in Lorain County Common Pleas Court to force them to cover the multimillion-dollar judgment that Gibson’s Bakery won against the college in 2019.
The college filed suit in April against Lexington Insurance Company of New York; United Educators Insurance of Bethesda, Maryland; Mount Hawley Insurance Company of Peoria, Illinois; and StarStone Specialty Insurance Company of Cincinnati.
Oberlin College claimed the insurance companies wrongfully refused “to honor promises they made in their respective policies to protect the interests of Oberlin College” and its former vice president and dean of students, Meredith Raimondo.
“These policies were intended to provide seamless coverage for lawsuits like the Gibson litigation,” according to the lawsuit. “Unfortunately, the defendant insurers have failed to pay a penny toward the $36,590,572.48 sum that Oberlin paid the Gibson plaintiffs. They also have failed to pay for the full cost of Oberlin’s appeals, which were pursued at the behest of the insurers in order to reduce their collective exposure.”
Cry me a river. If you hadn't started this whole thing, you'd still have your 36 million. Instead, those whom you sought to destroy without reason or compassion now have your millions, and let me be the first to say, you can suck it. All of this is your fault.
Oberlin continues to walk around stepping on rakes. Have fun, insurance companies like to keep lawyers on retainer since they're fully involved with legal disputes. Think they'll also go after Raimondo, since she specifically (I'm sure there's a few others) put the school into such a costly position?
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