That should be a crime.
Impersonating a citizen.
There are a ton of posts on Facebook where actual DACA recipients are contacting lawmakers and pretending to be constituents when in fact not only are they not constituents but it'd be illegal for them to vote.
Seems like it should be illegal for a non citizen to do this but WTF do I know.
We need to make sure all our representatives know to ignore or "uncount" these phone calls.
Downvotes brigade here to suppress this. You should post it daily.
Is it that easy to lie? They should have some basic checks you know.
Otherwise I could call every D senators in US and say I am their constituents (which I am not) and I tell them I support Trump's DACA.
Michael Cera plays for Australian ODI Team. TIL
Nothing floppy over here now that I've seen this, that’s for sure.
Guys can we please tag posts like this as NSFW? I accidently opened this at work, and it caused a scene.
The best three inches of Australian meat you'll find
I know this is an ad hominem attack, but she is seriously one of the ugliest women I've ever seen.
"I bury those cockroaches"
She's got a face like a shaved rat.
Is she giving the "Isis salute" in that photo?
TIL in 1911 Russia invaded Iran because the Iranian Parliament refused to fire an American advisor.
They've well and truly learnt that lesson.
The Iranian Constitutional Revolution, where Iran created the first democracy in the mideast but that was toppled by joint British Russian intrigue:
Note this was 60 year before the CIA MI6 coup in Iran in 1953
It seems weird that such a major event barley has a Wikipedia article.
Berkeley Cop vs The Emotional Media
I'd like to take a moment of your time to address how ironic and hypocritical the left is being over a cop doing his job.
Normally I"m one to call bad cops out when I see them, but this guy was anything but. Here is why.
The Vendor didn't have a license to sell hot dogs there. He was illegally selling his food. So the cop took the money he made from profits and confiscated it. The vendor can get it back if he proves he had a license to do it, but of course he won't because he doesn't.
Now a lot of people may be thinking "What is the harm in a guy selling hotdogs?"
Well that's a good question, but let me ask this. What if his dogs were undercooked meat, teeming with bacteria, or maybe he cut himself and got hepatitis in the food. (Not saying he has it but you never know.)
People get sick, some people go to the hospital, maybe even someone's kid / grandma dies. It makes the news and they track it down to a hotdog cart that was outside some event at Berkeley. Great we can catch the guy put him in prison and see that due process is done, the be bereaved can sue his insurance and get some form of compensation for their medical bills / lost love ones.
But wait... there's no guy registered selling hot dogs in this area... No one can find him because our little intrepid hot dog vendor heard the word people got sick off his food and got the heck out of dodge. So now we don't know who was selling the hot dogs, but we do know it was going on here.
The raging dumbasses are mad going, "Why didn't the government do anything?" "Waah! Waah! Waah! someone should have stopped him from selling hot dogs." "Someone needs to pay!"
Who is that someone? Why its you the local taxpayers of Berkeley when the government has to fit the bill for not stopping the illegal sales that were going on. Or perhaps even if he was on private property / near it. The business there who didn't report it...
Yup that's right millions of dollars out of the taxpayers pocket because of one neglectful hot dog vendor.
Now maybe, he would have cooked the meat just fine. But can we trust a guy who can't even figure out how to get a permit to sell his foods in the first place? You probably need insurance for a permit. So lets say maybe he knows how to get a permit, but he didn't want to shell out of insurance. In that situation he's not incompetent, hes shady and sketchy as fuck. Where else is he cutting corners? Probably in the food product hes serving!
That said the jackass raising money for this asshole is a prime example of everything wrong with people in this day of age. No one thinks. The cop is always the bad guy. No, this cop was a hero he did his damn job and he did it right. In fact he was nice to the guy. He could have easily confiscated his hot dog cart, but all he did was take his profits and say "prove you have an ID and you can get it back."
Now in my personal opinion, I don't think someone should need a permit to sell food, I don't think they should need insurance either. But that isn't the system we live in, and if we did, there certainly would be poeple getting sick off hot dogs. And I'd imagine a system would develop where people could join food service guilds that act as a credentials to say "I do my diligence with cooking you can expect not to get sick from me. And if you do there may be reparations paid."
Because that's how true capitalism works. But that's another story for another time. That said. Next time you hear a friend of yours bashing the hot dog cop for doing a damn fine job. Help them pull their head out of their asses and realize that hey, "What if this guy was selling tainted meat?"
The bureaucracy isn't there to protect you; it's to protect Kraft and Heinz. I think the permit problems go above this particular cop. But I agree cops should enforce the law regardless if they feel any kind of way about it.
Much of their outrage is fueled because they think with their emotions and all they see is a bad police officer picking on a brown guy. The regressive shits would be the first to sue if they got sick because they purchased an infected product from an unlicensed vendor. But understanding why licenses are required, and the danger to the public of criminals bypassing the law requires logic, reason and thought, things that are absent from the virtue signalling regressive left.
Undocumented Hot Dogs
Mentally ill, whoever gets him locked up I salute you
dude thats not a character dude is literally insane
you again? now you're an online psychologist? this doesnt show mpd at all and psychologists think mpd doesnt even exist this is just a simple mood swing at most, drugs probably
It's just a character lol it's for the content but anyways we'll watch either way at the end of the day content is content
Silence, I kill you!!
prove it or ill kill you
helloooooooooooooooooo, i am lindsey lohan
Was very confused at first, thought it was Joey Salads...
You may want to edit wording for a request on reddit
View of back side please.
Was cursing that kid out in my head. How the hell do you get stuck down a hole like that you stupid idi... oh! Nice work. Great job. Thanks for saving the goat.
That guy in the end...so proud of himself for only holding the camera...made my day.
"Thanks for saving the kid."
100% better in reverse. Look at assholes!
The technology operates in the same 1550 nanometre bandwidth as today's telecommunications infrastructure, making it compatible with the fibre optic cables found in existing networks. (...) The Australian National University team (...) have shown that an erbium-doped crystal is uniquely suited to enable a global telecommunications network that harnesses the weird properties of quantum mechanics.
This all sounds great but you have to realise that this is a lot easier to do when the erbium is upside down. It will still take decades before this can be implemented in the northern hemisphere.
Woohoo! We Aussies won't have the worst internet in the world, then. ;)
This is going to be an amazing century!
It's a shame it will take them 27 years to upload the technology, using the National Broadband Network.