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THIS IS WHY I LOVE HUNTER X HUNTER!!! - My thoughts and Interpretation on Netero's moment

                 “you don’t understand a thing… man’s potential for evolution is limitless” After watching episode 126 of Hunter X Hunter I have been in a state of complete equilibrium with the exponential amounts of “hype” and calm contempt. 332 more words


Ride along (2013)

In an effort to impress his girlfriend and gain the acceptance of his brother in law James (Ice Cube), high school security guard Ben Barber (Kevin Hart) endeavors to fulfil a lifelong dream of becoming a police officer. 324 more words


Inside the Pilot Project That Grants Tribal Authority Over Domestic Violence Cases

Nestled at the base of the Blue Mountain foothills, near the Oregon-Washington border, is the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation of Oregon. Just three hours east of Portland, the Northwestern tribal nation sweeps across a picturesque 172,000 acres, with winding roads curving along the Umatilla River that cuts through it.

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RH Reality Check

Klan Terror Threatens Pennsylvania

“Ku Klux Klan wants to form Pennsylvania neighborhood watch group…”  Their fliers of hatred say: “You can sleep safe tonight knowing the Klan is awake!” The fliers have been spread around throughout the southern Fairview Township proclaiming it wants to ‘fight crime.’ White supremacy is attempting to paramilitarize itself in order to act as a paramilitary with impunity over rural communities.  152 more words


Attack Solutions - Drift Defence

In recent years, I’ve been avoiding the use of set plays as I’ve too often found that players rely on them too much and end up missing easier opportunities. 930 more words


Zurich Studie : Die 7 Gross-Risiken im Cyberspace



Nicht nur Banken sind systemrelevant: Die IT-Vernetzung schafft Gefahren, von denen nicht einmal die Experten etwas ahnen. Die Zurich-Gruppe veröffentlicht nun eine ernsthafte Warnung. 119 more words

Intelligence Economique

Taking control of the future of the city

What are cities? How do they work? Ruth Lorimer asks basic questions that outline a fresh Marxist approach to grasping what neoliberal capitalism is doing to our urban spaces. 1,809 more words