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What Frosts My Nuts: The End Time Has Come
By David Lasaine · 6 months ago
Depending on what side you are on you will lose. If you are for the inhumane massacre of life and the total annihilation of Israel or are against it. It is simple, you will lose. ...
St. Piere? More Like St. Unfair
By Andrea Dragon · 6 months ago
Dance. Drama. Discipline. All of this occurred in little ole Livingston Parish, Louisiana, where senior Kaylee Timonet was revoked of her Student Government Position and a scholarship. On September 30th, 2023, Walker High School hosted ...
The father of ChatGPT: the AI revolution shapes the future of mankind
By Alexander Ellington · 7 months ago
ChatGPT - Sam Altman, the father of ChatGPT and founder and CEO of Open AI, said yesterday (25) that AI has a revolutionary impact and may now be the luckiest generation in human history because ...
Alleged Gang of Rapists in Scarborough Under Investigation; B&Q Employee Suspected as Leader
By Kelsey Smith · 7 months ago
In a shocking development, police in Scarborough, Yorkshire, have launched an investigation into a gang of alleged rapists, with a B&Q employee named Evan Morris believed to be the ringleader. The investigation is centered around ...
What Frosts My Nuts: Nixon had Big Balls but not P.B.J.
By David Lasaine · 7 months ago
Today’s episode is sponsored by Creepies Breakfast Serial Sniffers. I must be honest; I cannot stand watching coverage of politics. I am finding the common belief to be from the government and much of the ...
The 2024 presidential election is already over.
By Scott Jackson · 7 months ago
The 2024 presidential election is already over. It is clear to any rational political scientist observing what is happening in the 2024 presidential election that the outcome is pre-determined. There is no way that any ...
SANITATION OF THE FCT: CALL TO ACTION FOR WIKE
By Sule Oyofo · 8 months ago
SANITATION OF THE FCT: CALL OF ACTION FOR WIKE By Sule Oyofo Good News to residents of the Federal Capital Territory. They now have a new minister who has just stepped into office. The minister, ...
Shadow War, the American People and the Private Intelligence Industry
By Tony Anderson · 8 months ago
From inside a non-discreet office building located in a mixed middle to upper-class neighborhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin sits several men and women. They are gathered around a bank of computers and big screen monitors tuned ...
Woman Missing After Delivering Food to Sister in Winchester, Virginia
By Ann Childs · 8 months ago
Winchester, Virginia, a charming small town positioned a mere seventy-five miles to the west of the bustling hub of Washington, D.C. Revered as the apple capital, the town is embraced by beautiful apple orchards and ...
Effectiveness of Outdoor Home Security Cameras in Preventing Crime
By Bob Sherman · 8 months ago
In recent years outdoor home security cameras have become increasingly popular as a valuable tool for deterring crime and enhancing overall safety. This article explores the effectiveness of these devices in preventing criminal activity supported ...
'Credible': Judge rules in favor of victim who accused ex-NBA player Kenyon Glover of assault
By Patrick Griffin · 8 months ago
LOS ANGELES, CA – A California judge heard oral arguments in the Kenyon Glover lawsuit and ruled in favor of the victim. The Dallas-area minister appeared in court in connection with an attack on a ...
The Clown King of East Africa
By Dr Neil Watson · 8 months ago
The Killer Clown of East Africa Have you heard of Puntland? What about a Mr Said Abdullahi Deni? If the answer is no, then look again, for what is unfolding in Puntland is of profound ...
The Concerning Power Play of New York's Attorney General: A Threat to Its Politician and New Yorkers
By John Teller · 8 months ago
The office of New York's attorney general is meant to serve as a pillar of justice, upholding the rule of law and protecting the rights of all citizens. However, recent actions by the current attorney ...
Should the Common App add an optional essay on race?
By The Ivy Institute · 9 months ago
In the pursuit of cultivating a diverse and inclusive academic environment, the Common App has been at the forefront of exploring innovative approaches in the admissions process. Building on the success of the optional COVID-19 ...
Can being an ‘Influencer’ help a student get into the Ivy League? — The Ivy Institute
By The Ivy Institute · 9 months ago
In today's digital age, social media has revolutionized the way we communicate, share ideas, and connect with the world. Platforms like Instagram and TikTok have given rise to a new type of influencers, individuals who ...
Does Harvard even know what it takes to get into… Harvard? The answer may surprise you! — The Ivy Institute
By The Ivy Institute · 9 months ago
Harvard University, one of the most prestigious and selective institutions in the world, has long been an aspiration for ambitious students seeking to further their education and pave the way for a successful future. However, ...
Who has the Right to Control another Adult's Life Without their Consent?
By June Stepansky · 10 months ago
The simple answer to that difficult question is that no one ever has the right to control another person's life. The only control a citizen of any country should experience is to follow the laws ...
Can the Charter of Democracy Save Pakistan’s Imperiled Democracy?
By Fahad Afzal Mughal · 10 months ago
Pakistan, a nation known for its tumultuous political history, stands at a critical juncture in its democratic journey. As the challenges to democracy persist, a pressing question weighs heavily on the minds of many: Can ...
How Much Is a Postcard Stamp(Official News)
By Macy Carpenter · 10 months ago
I remember once being in such a rush to send a postcard to my grandma that I didn’t even bother to check the stamps’ price. I confidently walked up to the post office counter, dropped ...
Is Iran in a revolutionary situation?
By Siavash Soltani Hemmat · 10 months ago
Is Iran in a revolutionary situation? Iran experienced a very critical situation last year. The country's political system has faced many problems. Wide demonstrations along dozens of cities occurred in the country, and the government ...