Jul 12, 2017
Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 - Stupidity has
peaked yet again as the media has been whipped into a frenzy after
it was revealed that Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer. Was a
Loganville, Georgia mom under mind control when she murdered her
husband and four of her children? And the strange story
of Brian Easley, a marine who was killed by a Cobb County SWAT
team member during a bank standoff last Friday. Hear it all, and
more, on episode 54 of the Propaganda Report podcast.
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Ep. 53 on the truth about the Ukraine Coup
Crimea & Self-Determination: The First
Principle of the Law of Nations
Die Hard 5 Trailer
We cut two separate fake trailers for the movie. Here's the
Die Hard 5 Trailer 2
“I don’t need an attorney….My attorneys is the people that we’re
fighting for; that’s the hope; it’s always the hope because it’s
the last thing that dies; you are the hope of the world each one of
you; it doesn’t matter what color you are cause God loves us
"It's just that for me the hope and my attorneys are always
going to be the people and my faith. Those are my attorneys. That's
why I'm here. It doesn't matter anything else. I'm representing the
people that's humble, that's hardworking--the people that suffer,
the people that has a lot of charges so that they understand that
everything is possible with God. He can do impossible things."
The gang's all there! (h/t Cory) - Hapton's party with Ivanka,
Jared, Schumer, Spielberg....click through for more
Podcast where hosts joke about the moon landing: Our Interesting Times
Ryan Johnson & David
PowellRyan Johnson & David
Powell - Henry County residents killed by LEO on their own
property in unrelated events within one month of each other on the
Prison Industrial Complex #WTWOF
Dallas Shooting Video Examined
- Monica's proposal for criminal justice reform:
- Law Enforcement should face the same procedures and standards
for justifiable homicide that other citizens do
- Anyone killed allegedly in commission of a crime should have to
get a posthumous trial
- Plea bargains should not be allowed - the right to a jury of
one's peers should be inalienable (see aka Tommy Chong)
- All trials should have dedicated live streaming urls except
under specific, proven special circumstances (as should all
government cameras and other surveillance unless operating under a
warrant valid under the fourth amendment with respect to
specificity et al)
- Incarceration should not be a punishment for any charge that
isn't a crime against person or property (vices and black market
transactions should not be punishable by incarceration)
- Pascal was FRENCH! and not ancient - 17th century (I'm so
- Blaise Pascal 1623-1662
- Pascal's Wager: Pascal argues
that a rational person should live as though God exists and seek to
believe in God. If God does actually exist, such a person will have
only a finite loss (some pleasures, luxury, etc.), whereas they
stand to receive infinite gains (as represented by eternity in
Heaven) and avoid
infinite losses (eternity in Hell).
- Pascal's Theorem: In projective
geometry, Pascal's theorem (also known as the
hexagrammum mysticum theorem) states that if six
arbitrary points are chosen on a conic (i.e.,
ellipse, parabola or hyperbola) and joined
by line segments in any order to form a hexagon, then the three
pairs of opposite sides of
the hexagon (extended if
necessary) meet in three points which lie on a straight line,
called the Pascal line of the hexagon. (Doesn't
this seem like something the Greeks would have figured out??)