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    CrazyJoe

    We in the West have some great allies. Like the Turks. Who seize the opportunity not to fight against ISIS, preferring to bomb Kurds fighting against ISIS.

    Posted in: Turkish jets join U.S.-led coalition in airstrikes against IS

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    I think that the hacker(s) helped, but the real downfall of the CEO/co-founder stems from a variety of extraordinarily deceptive business practices that he fostered. Analysis of the database from Ashley Madison reveals, for example, that not only were most of the female accounts false...they almost all were. For every 7,750 actual men on the site, there were 3 women. Bots were used to simulate the rest, both in terms of account profiles and chat window activity (for which people paid money above and beyond their membership). Then there was the practice of charging money to purge private information...without actually purging the private information. And all of this is, of course, wrapped in the chocolate coating of a website that was ostensibly there to foster betrayal of trust between partners.

    If you build a house out of tinder, you can blame the match when it gets burned down...but you can only blame it so much.

    Posted in: Ashley Madison CEO steps down in wake of hacking

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    The Bush administration offered aid in advance, asked governor Blanco to call out the Guard in advance and do the Stafford Act declarations. She refused. She didn't need his help. Neither Blanco nor then-Mayor (now convict) Ray Nagan executed their mandatory evacuation plans. And even had they done so, New Orleans residents were so used to false alarms that they would not have left. After the storm passed, headlines blared, "New Orleans Dodged A Bullet." Then the gate on the Industrial Canal was damaged by a break-away barge, and the Lower Ninth ward, which is 9 feet below sea level, flooded. The City had evacuated the pump operators in advance of the storm, so they couldn't get back to operate the pumps, which were then submerged and ruined. But of course, it's all George Bush's fault.

    Posted in: George W Bush visits New Orleans disaster zone, 10 years after Katrina

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    Japan a country where a fleet of uniformed female workers, many with university educations, who run errands and pour tea for male bosses.

    Posted in: New law requires companies to set goals in hiring female execs

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    Many of them are asylum-seekers traveling from southern entry points such as Greece toward promised lands such as Germany, Austria and Sweden, where successful applicants can win generous benefits. Want to stop it, then stop offering the "generous benefits". Also, if you're seeking asylum, ask for it at the first opportunity, i.e. in Turkey after you crossed out of Syria. It is highly irresponsible to risk your life and others including children by using criminal human traffickers to move you in unsafe boats or overcrowded unventilated trucks.

    Posted in: Austrian officials say 71 migrants likely suffocated in truck

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    It's always a good idea to temper optimism in matters middle-eastern. Not just the US and Iran, but Britain, Germany, France, Russia, China, the EU and the UN have put many years of hard work into reaching this agreement. If we were to trash that work now by rejecting the agreement, who rationally would want to talk to us again?

    Posted in: Obama expects better U.S.-Israel ties after Iran deal in place

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    The Chinese breaking diplomatic protocol. The Communists never did apologize for their slaughter of millions of Chinese people.I only hope the Chinese grasp that the Emperor did what he could to defuse the overly ambitious Prime Minister Abe.

    Posted in: Japan protests China news agency's call for emperor apology

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    He felt he was "entitled" to kill a few folks because life didn't meet his expectations. A small brain with no morals.

    Posted in: Deadly TV shooting in U.S. becomes ghoulish Internet hit

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    CrazyJoe

    Man shall not live by soggy bread alone...

    Posted in: Man arrested for scamming millions of yen with complaints of soggy bread

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    CrazyJoe

    Does it really matter who the president or prime minister of Greece is? Does it really matter when elections are? The country is a failed state. It doesn't matter who they are - or, what gender they are - in order to stick their hand out and accept alms from the rest of the EU.

    Posted in: Greece appoints 1st female prime minister ahead of snap poll

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    CrazyJoe

    When will the media start calling it what it was: A hate crime. Oh I know, he's just a disgruntled employee, it had nothing to do with race....

    Posted in: Deadly TV shooting in U.S. becomes ghoulish Internet hit

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    CrazyJoe

    How is this news? Do you think this collection of observations will sway anyone's opinion? But please keep feeding this tumor. It's killing the GOP!

    Posted in: Trump dumps insults on questioners; insists on control

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    CrazyJoe

    Facts will not deter the lunatic fringe from declaring Climate Change a "liberal plot".

    Posted in: NASA sees unavoidable sea level rise ahead

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    CrazyJoe

    Tried 10 for a week..problems too numerous to list here. My advice..give them six months to complete the build [and the consumer to do a lot of research] before trying it...

    Posted in: Windows 10 spreads to more than 75 million devices

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    CrazyJoe

    Here's another perspective, the Chinese stock markets are still up 68% over the last year.

    Posted in: Chinese stock index jumps 5.3% as Asian stocks rise

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    CrazyJoe

    Trump blowing his top at a reporter asking a question out of turn makes me wonder how he would act as POTUS. Scary thought for sure.

    Posted in: Trump starts new media feud with Spanish-language anchor

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    CrazyJoe

    I can see the outcome unfolding.Tsipras goes out as a hero and the new government will just renege on promises and the billions of euros already paid. And then start the whole circus again. Feta and olives will not pay for another 89 billion euros. Although playing dumb, even the IMF, the ECB and so-called (anonymous) investors know that. The EU taxpayer will be in for an unpleasant surprise.

    Posted in: Greece's Tsipras rules out most potential coalition partners

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    CrazyJoe

    Another reporter, I believe, was questioning Mr. Trump, when Mr. Ramos took the floor.

    Posted in: Trump starts new media feud with Spanish-language anchor

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    CrazyJoe

    Horrible. Tragic. So sad for those victims. They woke up this morning, went to their jobs, minding their own business, and some nutcase kills 'em. Goodness gracious. There are terrible human beings on this planet.

    Posted in: Fired reporter kills 2 former co-workers on live TV in Virginia

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