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Saturday, May 3, 2014

Canada's Wonderland will open its door for the season on Sunday | CP24.com

Canada's Wonderland will open its door for the season on Sunday | CP24.com



The Vaughan theme park has 69 rides and this year, visitors can try out a new interactive rolleroaster called “Wonder Mountain’s Guardian.”
The attraction takes riders 1,000 feet up the side of Wonder Mountain and thrusts them in the middle of a battle between 3D mythical creatures in the mountain’s core. For the finale, riders make a trip to a dragon’s lair.


Read more: http://www.cp24.com/news/soggy-start-possible-for-opening-day-at-canada-s-wonderland-1.1804862#ixzz30iJW79on

Pension Myths Keep Us From Making Badly Needed Reforms - American Legislator

Pension Myths Keep Us From Making Badly Needed Reforms - American Legislator

The $149 'Star Trek' molecular scanner that can tell you exactly how many calories are in your cake, if your fruit is ripe - and even if your perfume is genuine | Mail Online

The $149 'Star Trek' molecular scanner that can tell you exactly how many calories are in your cake, if your fruit is ripe - and even if your perfume is genuine | Mail Online



  • Tiny gadget scans the molecular fingerprint of physical matter and instantly provides useful information about its chemical makeup

  • Include apps to help users identify the composition of food, medication, and plants.

  • Future apps will be able to analyse jewels and precious stones, leather and even human tissue or bodily fluids



  • Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2619213/The-149-Star-Trek-molecular-scanner-tell-exactly-calories-cake-fruit-ripe-perfume-genuine.html#ixzz30hvIN600
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    Infidel Bloggers Alliance: New Policy Here At IBA

    Infidel Bloggers Alliance: New Policy Here At IBA



    Websites who create their html to ruin our html if we copy and paste info from their site will no longer receive links from IBA.

    I'll just go grab the story from wherever you got it from from now on.

    And a jolly fuck you to you all. You know who you are.

    I would suggest that all other websites adopt this policy.

    Pirates of the Caribbean 5 confirmed? Man tells tales! | moviepilot.com

    Pirates of the Caribbean 5 confirmed? Man tells tales! | moviepilot.com



    The hold up seems to have been due to concerns over the script.




    Ain't it grand: Detroit selling homes for just $1,000 | Fox News

    Ain't it grand: Detroit selling homes for just $1,000 | Fox News



    The Motor City has a deal for you - classical homes with a starting price of just $1,000.






    Friday, May 2, 2014

    Gutfeld: Why The World Would Kill For An American Dog’s Life - Fox Nation



    Gutfeld: Why The World Would Kill For An American Dog’s Life - Fox Nation





    For all the cries about income inequality, our wealth provides awesome advances in comfort


    U.S. Payroll to Population Rate 43.4% in April

    U.S. Payroll to Population Rate 43.4% in April




    U.S. Adds 288,000 Jobs in April, Higher than Expected | Fox Business

    U.S. Adds 288,000 Jobs in April, Higher than Expected | Fox Business



    The U.S. economy added 288,000 jobs in April, the third consecutive monthly increase and additional evidence that labor markets have recovered from an unusually rough winter.
    But Friday’s jobs report released by the U.S. Labor Department was marred by news that 806,000 people left the work force last month, a factor that helped drive down the headline unemployment rate and also the less-watched but equally important labor force participation rate.

    US Jobless Claims Jumped 14,000 To 344,000 In April 26 Wk | MNI



    US Jobless Claims Jumped 14,000 To 344,000 In April 26 Wk | MNI




    WASHINGTON (MNI) - Initial claims for U.S. state unemployment benefits jumped for the second straight week in the April 26 week, climbing by 14,000 to 344,000, the Labor Department reported Thursday.

    The Labor Department said there were no special factors, however, the latest report reflects a second straight week of a double digit increase in initial claims which are now at the highest level since February 22 week when they were 351,000.

    Abaddon – The Aristocrat of Your Demise – Listen and discover music at Last.fm

    Abaddon – The Aristocrat of Your Demise – Listen and discover music at Last.fm




    Thursday, May 1, 2014

    Blog: Vast powers of new Obamacare agency

    Blog: Vast powers of new Obamacare agency



    Vast powers of new Obamacare agency

    Rick Moran
    No doubt you've already heard of the new Independent Payment Advisory Board - Sarah Palin's "Death Panel." The sweeping, unaccountable powers of this agency threaten widespread rationing of Medicare dollars. Thankfully, due to incompetence and the administration being busy with other Obamacare chores, the 15 experts that will sit on the IPAB board haven't even been nominated yet, so we are spared their tender ministrations for the time being.
    But you've probably never heard of Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation - a wicked stepchild of Obamacare - that will have broad, sweeping powers to change Medicare without congressional approval.

    No, Obamacare Did Not Save The Economy Last Quarter

    No, Obamacare Did Not Save The Economy Last Quarter'



    Earlier today, GDP growth figures for the fourth quarter of 2013 were released by the federal government, and the numbers were not good. The economy just barely avoided painful contraction, posting annualized growth of only 0.1 percent.




    Wednesday, April 30, 2014

    No Fear Shakespeare: Macbeth: Act 3, Scene 4, Page 7

    No Fear Shakespeare: Macbeth: Act 3, Scene 4, Page 7

    MACBETH

    It will have blood, they say. Blood will have blood.
    Stones have been known to move, and trees to speak.
    Augurs and understood relations have
    By magot pies and choughs and rooks brought forth
    The secret’st man of blood.—What is the night?


    Twitter / AtomRamsey: Jay Carney's kitchen was ...

    Twitter / AtomRamsey: Jay Carney's kitchen was ...





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    Islamic Extremists Now Crucifying People in Syria—and Tweeting Out the Pictures - The Daily Beast

    Islamic Extremists Now Crucifying People in Syria—and Tweeting Out the Pictures - The Daily Beast



    CNBC's Jane Wells reads the fine print of the Congressional Budget Office report and reveals the CBO broke the country into five tiers of wage earners. The top 20 percent pay nearly 93 percent of all income taxes, according to the report. At the same time, their incomes are growing far faster than everyone else.
    Buried inside a Congressional Budget Office report this week was this nugget: when it comes to individual income taxes, the top 40 percent of wage earners in America pay 106 percent of the taxes. The bottom 40 percent...pay negative 9 percent.
    You read that right. One group is paying more than 100 percent of individual income taxes, the other is paying less than zero.
    It's right there in Table 3 on page 13 of the report. The numbers are based on 2010 IRS and Census Bureau figures.
    How does someone pay negative taxes? The CBO's formula offsets whatever taxes are paid with "refundable tax credits." Some of these are due to "government transfers" of money back to the taxpayer in the form of social security and food stamps. 
    That's not to say the rich are going broke. Hardly.
    According to the CBO, the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans saw before-tax income grow more than 16 percent from 2009 to 2010, which isn't such a surprise since the stock market was coming off the bottom. Most of the rest of the country only saw gross incomes grow about 1 percent. When it comes to federal taxes,the top bracket paid 69 percent of the total last year. The bottom bracket paid 0.4 percent.
    Do high taxes chase away the rich?
    Will a potential tax hike on the rich drive millionaires out of their home states? Probably not. CNBC's Robert Frank reports.
    "For most income groups, average federal tax rates in 2010 were near the lowest rates for the 1979-2010 period," reads the report. "The exception was households in the top 1 percent,whose average federal tax rate in 2010 was significantly above its low in the mid-1980s."
    It does not look to be getting better. The CBO said that since 2010, new taxes have been added which will raise rates for everyone, with the biggest increase hitting the 1-percenters. They could end up with their highest federal tax rate since 1997 this year.
    However, the greatest disparity in the report is the one mentioned above, regarding the share of individual income taxes paid by various income groups.
    First, let's look at incomes. The report shows the lowest-paid Americans earned on average $8,100 in 2010 but received nearly $25,000 in government aid. You begin to see how "transfers" create a negative tax burden.
    But wait, there more. The CBO says about a quarter of the lowest earning group actually paid negative 15 percent of all individual income taxes. Contrast that with the combined share of the wealthiest two groups, which totals more than 100 percent.
    Fair or not, I will let you be the judge.
    People who make more should pay more, generally speaking. In America, they are. Yes, the rich (and almost rich) are getting richer. When it comes to individual income taxes, they're also covering the entire bill. And leaving a tip.

    The rich do not pay the most taxes, they pay ALL the taxes

    The rich do not pay the most taxes, they pay ALL the taxes



    CNBC's Jane Wells reads the fine print of the Congressional Budget Office report and reveals the CBO broke the country into five tiers of wage earners. The top 20 percent pay nearly 93 percent of all income taxes, according to the report. At the same time, their incomes are growing far faster than everyone else.
    Buried inside a Congressional Budget Office report this week was this nugget: when it comes to individual income taxes, the top 40 percent of wage earners in America pay 106 percent of the taxes. The bottom 40 percent...pay negative 9 percent.
    You read that right. One group is paying more than 100 percent of individual income taxes, the other is paying less than zero.
    It's right there in Table 3 on page 13 of the report. The numbers are based on 2010 IRS and Census Bureau figures.
    How does someone pay negative taxes? The CBO's formula offsets whatever taxes are paid with "refundable tax credits." Some of these are due to "government transfers" of money back to the taxpayer in the form of social security and food stamps. 
    That's not to say the rich are going broke. Hardly.
    According to the CBO, the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans saw before-tax income grow more than 16 percent from 2009 to 2010, which isn't such a surprise since the stock market was coming off the bottom. Most of the rest of the country only saw gross incomes grow about 1 percent. When it comes to federal taxes,the top bracket paid 69 percent of the total last year. The bottom bracket paid 0.4 percent.
    Do high taxes chase away the rich?
    Will a potential tax hike on the rich drive millionaires out of their home states? Probably not. CNBC's Robert Frank reports.
    "For most income groups, average federal tax rates in 2010 were near the lowest rates for the 1979-2010 period," reads the report. "The exception was households in the top 1 percent,whose average federal tax rate in 2010 was significantly above its low in the mid-1980s."
    It does not look to be getting better. The CBO said that since 2010, new taxes have been added which will raise rates for everyone, with the biggest increase hitting the 1-percenters. They could end up with their highest federal tax rate since 1997 this year.
    However, the greatest disparity in the report is the one mentioned above, regarding the share of individual income taxes paid by various income groups.
    First, let's look at incomes. The report shows the lowest-paid Americans earned on average $8,100 in 2010 but received nearly $25,000 in government aid. You begin to see how "transfers" create a negative tax burden.
    But wait, there more. The CBO says about a quarter of the lowest earning group actually paid negative 15 percent of all individual income taxes. Contrast that with the combined share of the wealthiest two groups, which totals more than 100 percent.
    Fair or not, I will let you be the judge.
    People who make more should pay more, generally speaking. In America, they are. Yes, the rich (and almost rich) are getting richer. When it comes to individual income taxes, they're also covering the entire bill. And leaving a tip.

    Turmoil in Venezuela: Violent repression continues as Cuban troops arrive to aid dictatorship | Babalú Blog

    Turmoil in Venezuela: Violent repression continues as Cuban troops arrive to aid dictatorship | Babalú Blog



    The photo above appeared on Twitter yesterday. It shows what is being reported as military transport aircraft delivering Cuban military troops in Maiquetia, Venezuela. While many will feign disbelief that Cuba's Castro dictatorship would send troops to Venezuela to aid the puppet dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro, the truth is that these soldiers are simply joining the thousands of other Cuban soldiers already stationed in the Cuban pseudo-colony. While many in the media would like to make believe Cuba has little influence and no control over what happens in Venezuela, the facts point to the reality that the apartheid Castro regime in Havana is the one calling the shots in Venezuela.
    Cuba simply has too much to lose if Venezuela's dictatorship is toppled. And since no one will really complain much (neither the U.S., the UN, the OAS, nor any other "international" organization) if they send in shock troops to violently quash the dissent and protests thearmed Venezuelan forces they trained failed to quash, they will do so.
    In the meantime, the violence continues to escalate as the democratic opposition in Venezuela refuses to surrender. Moreover, asFrancisco Toro reports in Caracas Chronicles, the Cuba-backed Maduro dictatorship has lost control of some cities:




    Quote by Calvin Coolidge: “Civilization and profits go hand in hand”

    Quote by Calvin Coolidge: “Civilization and profits go hand in hand”



    “Civilization and profits go hand in hand”


    ― Calvin Coolidge

    Indian man loses 158 straight elections | SBS News

    Indian man loses 158 straight elections | SBS News



    Indian shop owner K. Padmarajan doesn't feel like a loser. In fact, he sees much to celebrate in the 158 times he has stood for public office and failed.




    10 Reasons Why Communism Sucks - Listverse

    10 Reasons Why Communism Sucks - Listverse



    10
    It Doesn’t Value Creativity

    Picasso painting
    
The average person, as George Carlin once observed, is not particularly good at anything. The perfect job for such a person is on the assembly line. But regardless of the governments under which we live, we all have different aspirations. Some people are perfectly happy sweeping floors, but most of us—justly—want more out of life. Not only money, but fame, glory, and a sense of accomplishment. All of these require at least some creative thought.
    You may want to be a poet or a painter, but these jobs certainly don’t pay the bills—and Communism views them as unnecessary and ridiculous. All that matters is building a super-powerful nation—and one of the first obstacles that must be removed is what Jefferson called “the pursuit of happiness.”


    9
    Forced Collectivization

    Collectivization Poster
    
The most notorious example of forced collectivization is the land reform carried out by Soviets between 1928 and 1933. It was thought that collectivization would maximize the use and potential of the countryside for urban and industrial needs. Russian industry was just taking off, and enormous quantities of food would be required for the workers.


    Masses of resisting landowners—many of them small-scale farmers who worked their own land—died at the hands of executioners. The state’s requisition of crops, livestock, and farmland was paid for by the farmers and by the lower class in general, some ten million of whom starved to death in five years.


    Exactly the same atrocity took place in Communist China, between 1958 and 1961. During this time, private farming was outlawed as it had been in Stalin’s Russia, and about 33 million people starved to death in possibly thesingle most destructive famine in human history.


    8
    You Have No Rights

    Chains
    
Several of these entries are related, and the absence of citizens’ rights is at the heart of more than one. In keeping with the last entry, Marx advocatedten rules in his Communist Manifesto for the forced redistribution of all land and property for the good of the national community.


    This is theft, from the citizens’ point of view. They are forced to join the new Communist government—whether they like it or not. This, of course, must be done with a “might is right” frame of mind: lots of men with guns show up and take everything you have “for the glory of the motherland,” as the Soviets might have said.


    7
    Reduced Incentives to Work Hard

    Sugeon
    
Incentives—such as higher pay for doctors—are necessary to give people the energy they need to work hard in a difficult job.


    When there are no extra incentives available—such as in a Communist state, where all reap an equal share in what some have worked harder to sow—the people in difficult jobs quickly lose their motivation. For example, workers would stop caring about how thoroughly they inspect the cars on the assembly lines, since it makes no difference to them either way. They are also likely to grow bitter at the government for failing to give them recognition when they do a good job. Revolts become a distinct liability; many a Communist state has fallen because of this problem of reduced incentives.


    6
    Militant Opposition to Imperialism

    American Eagle Chewing World
    
It doesn’t take much to bring the fury of a Communist state upon you; in fact, it takes nothing more than simply existing in a capitalist state. The Communist Manifesto advocates the replacement of all governments by Communist governments. This has almost always been put into effect internally: the Russian monarchy was overthrown, as were the Republic of China and the Cuban democracy.


    But the threat is not merely internal. The US need not fear a Cuban invasion, but China is indeed a force to be reckoned with. It controls the second-largest portion of American debt, and though that only amounts to about eight percent, the number is rising. Should they ever call in America’s entire debt to them at once, America’s already depressed economy would be greatly harmed.
    


    5
    Indifference Towards the Environment

    Aral Sea Shrinking
    
A Communist state will make up for its inefficient economy by doing whatever is necessary to produce crops and water. In the 1960s, the Soviet Communist regime diverted two important rivers for irrigation. The Aral Sea, which those rivers fed, has now shrunk to as little as ten percent of its original size. It used to be the fourth largest lake in the world.
    The lesson: rather than letting the efficiency of capitalism into its economic model, the Soviet government chose to extract everything it could from the environment—without caring one bit about the health of that environment.
    4
    The Economic Calculation Problem
    Optical Illusion with globe

The relative success of the free market economy is a real-world refutation of Marxist economics. The latter never has sufficient information on the market prices of commodities, and therefore cannot properly ration the distribution of a nation’s resources.
    The only reasonable criticism of the free market economy is the presence of monopolies, which can raise the prices of their products with little fear of reprisal. But monopolies are just like the central control a Communist government exercises on its whole economy; a true free market ensures that there be checks and balances on the price of goods and services.


    3
    The Class Struggle’s Going Nowhere
    New World
    
Marx founded Communist philosophy on the principle that class struggles have been, by far, the primary cause of all strife, wars, economic woes, and regime collapses. There are popularly thought to be three major classes of people: the upper, the middle, and the lower. The upper class has most of the wealth; the lower class the least; and the middle class plays the peacemaker between them, maintaining the hope and sanity of the lower class. Without the middle class, heads are chopped.


    Communism itself does not erase the class struggle, as it proclaims, butkeeps it going. It does this because it is a government: there must be a group of people in charge, and it’s likely that this group enjoys its power. By maintaining their power, the leaders of a Communist state separate the population into at least two classes: themselves as the upper class, and preferably everyone else in the lower class.
    Communist states have generally not featured a middle class—and its absence allowed for the Russian Revolutions of 1905 and 1917; the Chinese of 1949, the Cuban of 1953-59, and a host of others. All of these revolutions ended with the rise of a Communist state—and all of them were the ruin of their respective nations, because the Communists themselves became the very same brand of elitist upper class they had deposed.


    2
    Mass Murders

    25-Khmer-Rouge-Victims-Memorial
    
Communist rule may be directly blamed for the deaths of at least eighty-five million people in the twentieth century. Stalin alone murdered about twenty million, although other estimates range from fifty-three million to eighty million. 
    In 1975, the Khmer Rouge seized power in Cambodia, and set out to establish a Communist utopia. They immediately committed genocide on their own people. At least two million were executed by brutally primitive methods in keeping with the Khmer Rouge’s anti-technology stance; many of the victims were murdered merely for wearing glasses. Intelligence was deemed a direct and serious threat to the Khmer Rouge.


    And let’s not forget Chairman Mao. He may not have been as evil as Stalin, but he was the very definition of indifference towards humanity. His “Great Leap Forward” caused the deaths by starvation of forty-five million Chinese civilians.


    1
    Karl Marx Was Wrong to Begin With
    Karl Marx
    
Marx’s doctrine is fraught with faulty logic, loopholes, and unsolved problems. His idea of economics is based on the labor theory of value, which asserts that a car, for example, should cost more than a TV, because more labor is needed to produce it. But this is an oversimplification of the market.
    Sam’s Choice Cola tastes almost identical to Coca-Cola, but costs half as much. The labor is the same, but people are happy to pay twice as much for the only difference: the brand name. The same holds true with medicine.


    In the same way, tennis shoes can cost over $200 in the US, despite being made in China or Taiwan for only about $3–10. Why do they cost so much? Because the industries that own them sell them based on how highly they are in demand by the public. That’s why they have athletes endorse their products: to make them more desirable to the athletes’ fans.
    This is expressly why Marxist Communism has caused the utter collapse of so many national economies: it thinks in broad strokes, and fails to tell one subtlety from another. This, first and foremost, is because Communism is not grounded in reality.

    Albania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Albania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



    Contemporary Albania[edit]

    The People's Republic was dissolved in 1991-92 after protests beginning in 1989 and reforms made by the communist government in 1990, and the Republic of Albania was founded. The Communists retained a stronghold in parliament after popular support in the elections of 1991. However, in March 1992, amid liberalisation policies resulting in economic collapse and social unrest, a new front led by the new Democratic Party took power.

    Tuesday, April 29, 2014

    Disarray in eastern Ukraine as rally is attacked, mayor shot - The Washington Post

    Disarray in eastern Ukraine as rally is attacked, mayor shot - The Washington Post



    “In two or three weeks, we will lose Donetsk,” said Oleksandr Yaroshenko, a local politician who is aligned with the West. “Russia doesn’t even need to invade, because we’re so weak. We won’t be able to control these thugs.”

    Monday, April 28, 2014

    Twitter / helpnetsecurity: Six infosec tips I learned ...

    Twitter / helpnetsecurity: Six infosec tips I learned ...








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    US imposes new sanctions on Russian individuals, companies | Fox News

    US imposes new sanctions on Russian individuals, companies | Fox News

    The Obama administration took a shot at Vladimir Putin's close associates -- and perhaps the Russian president's own pockets -- by ratcheting up sanctions on officials and companies tied to him in a bid to compel Moscow to ease its intervention in eastern Ukraine. 





    Twitter / AnonymousCcsVE: ⚡ INSEGURIDAD ⚡ ESCASEZ ⚡ ...

    Twitter / AnonymousCcsVE: ⚡ INSEGURIDAD ⚡ ESCASEZ ⚡ ...





    Casi la mitad de los trabajadores no puede asumir la compra o alquilar de un piso en solitario - ABC.es

    Casi la mitad de los trabajadores no puede asumir la compra o alquilar de un piso en solitario - ABC.es



    El 44% de los trabajadores no puede asumir la compra o alquiler de una vivienda en solitario teniendo en cuenta las actuales condiciones de financiación y la capacidad de endeudamiento máxima que se recomienda, según un estudio elaborado por el portal inmobiliario www.pisos.com.






    Sunday, April 27, 2014

    Nation's first bitcoin ATM fired up in Mie | The Japan Times

    Nation's first bitcoin ATM fired up in Mie | The Japan Times





    Japan’s first bitcoin ATM was unveiled at an event in Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, on Friday, allowing customers to buy the virtual currency or withdraw cash from their online bitcoin accounts.

    British politician arrested for quoting Winston Churchill in public

    British politician arrested for quoting Winston Churchill in public



    British politician arrested for quoting Winston Churchill in public.Unfortunately for the politically correct bureaucrats running this once great empire, Churchill was not a big fan of Islam:
    “How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live.”

    Switzerland’s “Debt Brake” Is a Role Model for Spending Control and Fiscal Restraint | Public Secrets

    Switzerland’s “Debt Brake” Is a Role Model for Spending Control and Fiscal Restraint | Public Secrets



    witzerland’s “Debt Brake” Is a Role Model for Spending Control and Fiscal Restraint

    I think Mitchell has the right of it: the root of the problem is government spending growing too fast, not deficit spending or even debt, per se. Maybe the Swiss solution is something we should look at.
    Originally posted on International Liberty:
    I’ve argued, ad nauseam, that the single most important goal of fiscal policy is (or should be) to make sure the private sector grows faster than the government . This “golden rule” is the best way of enabling growth and avoiding fiscal crises, and I’ve cited nations that have made progress by restraining government spending .But what’s the best way of actually imposing such a rule, particularly since politicians like using taxpayer money as a slush fund?

    Well, the Swiss voters took matters into their own hands, as I describe in today’s Wall Street Journal.

    Americans looking for a way to tame government profligacy should look to Switzerland. In 2001, 85% of its voters approved an initiative that effectively requires its central government spending to grow no faster than trendline revenue. The reform, called a “debt brake” in Switzerland, has been very successful. Before the law went into…
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    BLACK VEIL BRIDES LYRICS - All Your Hate

    BLACK VEIL BRIDES LYRICS - All Your Hate



    "All Your Hate"


    Use my breath for every line you'll take, when you are lonely, words are holy
    A deadly grip on lies, sing to these blood red skies, hail Mary, whisper softly

    What you became
    Some things never change and so we

    We learn from All Your Hate
    We are lost in your mistakes
    Play our hymn for the brand new day
    We burn, we learned

    Here's to your martyr watch her morals bend, an empty story we grow hungry
    to reclaim the notes we lend, you cannot win, when saints are glory I'll die slowly

    What you became
    Some things never change and so we

    We learn from All Your Hate
    We are lost in your mistakes
    Play our hymn for the brand new day
    We burn, we learned

    We learn from All Your Hate
    We are lost in your mistakes
    Play our hymn for the brand new day
    We burn, we learned

    Dartmouth College Has Banned White People From Using The Word 'Fiesta'

    Dartmouth College Has Banned White People From Using The Word 'Fiesta'



    Problems arose because a single student, junior Daniela Hernandez, was offended by the party’s theme of “Phiesta.”
    As a result, the soiree, which was scheduled for Saturday, has been canceled by the presidents of the respective Greek organizations.
    Had the party happened, it would have included a live band as well as virgin piña coladas and strawberry daiquiris. There would also have been burritos, chips and salsa, and guacamole.
    The cash raised at the event would have gone to benefit cardiac treatments.

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