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June 23, 2024

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The Quotes of The Day

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“I think people give me grace for disagreement because they know I’m not full of s—, and with so many politicians you can’t say that,” Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL)

Quote II

"I have agreed with the NATO secretary general: NATO will have a military mission in Ukraine, but Hungary will not participate in it, not even with money." Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban


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I love it when a plan comes together or for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

3 in 10 campus 'pro-Palestine' protesters had job offer rescinded in past six months: Survey
​A recent survey found that 3 in 10 college students or recent graduates had job offers rescinded as a result of their pro-Palestine activism.


The Quakers can't stand the Amish and vice versa.

Terror in Russia after gunmen open fire at two synagogues leaving six police officers dead before attacking an Orthodox Church and slitting the throat of a priest


Sometimes you can't make this crap $h!t up. Genius Award Winner.

A Tesla vehicle operating in “self-drive” mode reportedly collided with a police car at the scene of a fatal accident in Fullerton, California, narrowly missing an officer investigating the prior crash.

KTVU reports that the incident has reignited concerns about the safety of autonomous driving systems and the responsibility of drivers using such technology. According to the Fullerton Police Department, the collision took place at the intersection of W. Orangethorpe Ave. and Courtney Ave., where officers were managing traffic following a deadly accident.


Did they turn over every last piece of flake?

Over 60lbs of cocaine bricks working $1m found floating in ocean off Florida Keys
Boaters found the drugs seven miles off Islamorada, Florida over the weekend.


Until they can chip us all they have other bugs to work out on our survelliance.

New ALPR Vulnerabilities Prove Mass Surveillance Is a Public Safety Threat

Government officials across the U.S. frequently promote the supposed, and often anecdotal, public safety benefits of automated license plate readers (ALPRs), but rarely do they examine how this very same technology poses risks to public safety that may outweigh the crimes they are attempting to address in the first place. When law enforcement uses ALPRs to document the comings and goings of every driver on the road, regardless of a nexus to a crime, it results in gargantuan databases of sensitive information, and few agencies are equipped, staffed, or trained to harden their systems against quickly evolving cybersecurity threats.

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), a component of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, released an advisory last week that should be a wake up call to the thousands of local government agencies around the country that use ALPRs to surveil the travel patterns of their residents by scanning their license plates and "fingerprinting" their vehicles. The bulletin outlines seven vulnerabilities in Motorola Solutions' Vigilant ALPRs, including missing encryption and insufficiently protected


Does it really matter? Next Sunday is our anniversary. I don't even know where our wedding photos are.

Bride Leaves Bad Review Of Wedding Photographer Who Responds By Deleting All Her Wedding Photos

This bride thought she’d struck gold with her wedding photographer and was willing to pay for it. The photog wound up being the steepest expenditure of the entire event. But when the bride saw the photos, she was seriously disappointed.

So, she asked for some of the photos to be refunded. When the photographer refused, the bride left an honest online review of the photographer, who responded by removing all of the wedding photos from their online gallery.


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