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(06-24-2014 04:05 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]US exchange student stuck in giant vagina in Germany. Giant Vagina statue was located at a Germany University

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(06-26-2014 09:42 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]The aspiring glamor model who had a breast enlargement operation on the NHS sparked further fury today after revealing she receives £6,000 of taxpayer-funded taxi journeys a year.

Mother-of-two Josie Cunningham, of Leeds, infamously had her 32A breasts enlarged to a 36DD with £4,800 of taxpayers’ money, after saying her flat chest was ‘ruining her life’.

And now the pregnant 24-year-old has claimed that she cannot take the bus because it gives her anxiety attacks - and she is now ‘more hated’ by the public than her idol, model Katie Price.

Council chiefs have granted her request to take her children to and from school every day by taxi - costing £150 a week - and she is also being given NHS sessions to help reduce her stress.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z35SPdnssn

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lol @ both responses.
In what's being heralded as a secular triumph, the UK government has banned the teaching of creationism as science in all existing and future academies and free schools.

The government released a new set of funding agreements in a little noticed document last week, including clauses which specifically prohibit pseudoscience.

The funding agreement defines creationism as "any doctrine or theory which holds that natural biological processes cannot account for the history, diversity, and complexity of life on earth and therefore rejects the scientific theory of evolution," and goes on to note that this idea is rejected not only by the scientific community but most mainstream churches as well.

"It does not accord with the scientific consensus or the very large body of established scientific evidence; nor does it accurately and consistently employ the scientific method, and as such it should not be presented to pupils at the Academy as a scientific theory," the agreement states.

It then adds: "The requirement on every academy and free school to provide a broad and balanced curriculum in any case prevents the teaching of creationism as evidence based theory in any academy or free school."

It is a significant victory for those seeking science classrooms free from religion.

The British Humanist Association, which has been advocating for the change since 2011, congratulaed the Government on the move.

"[We] believe that... the objectives of the campaign are largely met," noted BHA Head of Public Affairs Pavan Dhaliwal in a statement.

"However, there are other ongoing areas of concern, for example the large number of state financed creationist nurseries, or the inadequate inspection of private creationist schools, and continued vigilance is needed in the state-funded sector.

'We will continue to work for reform in the remaining areas, but are pleased that the vast majority of issues are now dealt with."

The move stands in stark contrast to what is going on in schools stateside. Earlier this year, Politico reported that taxer funded private schools included "hundreds of religious schools that teach Earth is less than 10,000 years old, Adam and Eve strolled the garden with dinosaurs and much of modern biology, geology and cosmology is a web of lies."

In the UK, every free school and academy is required to provide a broad and balanced curriculum in its funding agreement - the explicit statement that creationism is incompatible with it bars the teaching of it as a scientific theory.

The move is the culmination of a long campaign by secularists, who first succeeded in getting creationism banned from all future free schools, then future stand-alone academies and then finally all future multi-academy trusts.

In 2012, the UK government banned all future free schools from teaching creationism as science, requiring them to teach natural selection.

At the time, however, it didn't extend those requirement to academies, nor did the changes apply to existing free schools. The new changes mean all public-funded schools — present or future — from teaching creationism as evidence-based theory.

Looks like I've been relegated to a lowly mud so it was easier to just post the whole story. Seems like there's nothing stopping them from teaching it in another lesson though, just as long as it's not classified as science.
The NWO only has room for one religion, SCIENCE!
Money well spent.

(06-26-2014 09:42 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]The aspiring glamor model who had a breast enlargement operation on the NHS sparked further fury today after revealing she receives £6,000 of taxpayer-funded taxi journeys a year.

Mother-of-two Josie Cunningham, of Leeds, infamously had her 32A breasts enlarged to a 36DD with £4,800 of taxpayers’ money, after saying her flat chest was ‘ruining her life’.

And now the pregnant 24-year-old has claimed that she cannot take the bus because it gives her anxiety attacks - and she is now ‘more hated’ by the public than her idol, model Katie Price.

Council chiefs have granted her request to take her children to and from school every day by taxi - costing £150 a week - and she is also being given NHS sessions to help reduce her stress.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z35SPdnssn

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Ties to Edelman Subsidiary May Have Ensnared CCTV Anchor
By EDWARD WONG
JULY 14, 2014
Updated, 10:22 p.m. ET| Since the Chinese state news media announced on Saturday that Rui Chenggang, a prominent television anchorman, had been detained and handed over to prosecutors, there has been rampant speculation over what suspected crimes might have triggered the inquiry.

On Monday, People’s Daily, the mouthpiece of the Communist Party, gave at least a partial answer, when it posted on Twitter the accusation that Mr. Rui held stock in a Chinese subsidiary of Edelman, the large American public relations firm, while the subsidiary was providing services to Mr. Rui’s employer, China Central Television, or CCTV.

People’s Daily did not give further details, but the post appeared to confirm the central point of an article published online Sunday by Tencent, an Internet company. The article said that in 2002, Mr. Rui and a business partner, Cao Gang, started a public relations company, Pegasus Communications, which was bought by Edelman in 2007. By November 2009, Edelman had an 84 percent stake in the company, while Mr. Rui had 7.9 percent and Mr. Cao had 8.1 percent.

The Tencent report said that that same year, Pegasus provided services to CCTV 2, the financial news channel of CCTV, which broadcasts Mr. Rui’s evening show, “Economic News.” Pegasus found a studio for CCTV 2 that was 200 yards away from the main venue during the winter 2009 session of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and that was apparently praised by Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, for being “the most cozy and comfortable studio in all of Davos,” the report said.


Rui Chenggang held a 7.9 percent stake in a Chinese subsidiary of Edelman.
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Tencent posted public financial documents showing that Mr. Rui sold his Pegasus stock in August 2010 to Mr. Cao, known in English as Steven Cao, who in October 2012 was promoted from Pegasus president to chief executive of Edelman’s main China interest, the Daniel J. Edelman China Group. People’s Daily also posted the documents on Twitter.

“Rui was taken away by the procuratorate,” said Zhan Jiang, a journalism professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University. “It means he is being investigated for crimes committed in a professional capacity. It’s most likely economic crimes.”

Mr. Rui could not be reached for comment. Telephone calls to the Beijing office of Edelman went unanswered. On Monday night, the New York headquarters of Edelman released a statement that confirmed the shareholding details in the Chinese financial records and media reports. The company said it had expected Mr. Rui to divest his shares “immediately” after the purchase of Pegasus in 2007, but that this “took longer than expected.”

Edelman also said that, at the World Economic Forum in 2009 and 2010, “Pegasus was engaged by corporate sponsors involved in underwriting CCTV’s presence at Davos.” The company added: “We are taking this matter very seriously.”

Since late 2012, when President Xi Jinping took power, Communist Party leaders have been overseeing a broad anticorruption campaign reaching into many corners of the party and the state. Mr. Rui is the best-known celebrity to be named in an investigation. Officials began an inquiry into CCTV months ago and have detained senior officials. The director of financial news, Guo Zhenxi, who is close to Mr. Rui, was detained in May, and the vice director, Li Yong, was taken away on Friday.

Mr. Rui’s detention, which took place abruptly on Friday, has generated widespread conversation online in China. He had admirers who called him the face of a modern China, but also many critics who denounced his nationalistic declarations and flashy lifestyle, which was exemplified by the fact that he drove a Jaguar to work and had a penchant for Zegna suits. Mr. Rui attended meetings of the World Economic Forum and was named a Yale World Fellow in 2005.

He shot to fame in 2007, when he used his blog to start a populist campaign to get Starbucks ousted from the ancient Forbidden City, in the heart of Beijing. That was the same year Edelman bought Mr. Rui’s company, Pegasus. Edelman now does public relations work for Starbucks — a page on the Edelman website boasts of a “global public affairs campaign” that Edelman conducted for the 40th anniversary of the founding of Starbucks.

Mr. Rui appeared on a panel organized by Edelman at Davos this year. The panel included a Financial Times editor and business executives speaking at a breakfast session called the “2014 Edelman Trust Barometer.” In a nearly three-minute promotional video of the event made by Edelman, Mr. Rui is shown sitting at the far left of the panel. The event began with Richard Edelman, the company’s chief executive, saying: “We actually see this year declining trust in 15 of the 27 markets. It’s generally driven by declines in trust in government.”

Mr. Edelman later wrote up a summary of the panel that is posted on his company’s website. He wrote: “Chenggang defended the Chinese performance over the past five years, noting that unlike the west, there was no systemic disruption. He noted that 20,000 government officials are under investigation for corruption as part of a commitment to better rule of law.”
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/pb/politic...story.html

US ‘appalled’ by ‘disgraceful’ UN school shelling



By Associated Press August 3 at 2:31 PM

WASHINGTON — The United States said declared Sunday it is “appalled” by the “disgraceful” shelling by Israel of a United Nations school sheltering some 3,000 displaced people in southern Gaza.

In language that was rare in its directness and severity, the U.S. denounced in a statement issued Sunday the attack earlier in the day that killed 10 people, noting that the school had been designated a protected location.

“The coordinates of the school, like all UN facilities in Gaza, have been repeatedly communicated to the Israel Defense Forces,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in the statement. “We once again stress that Israel must do more to meet its own standards and avoid civilian casualties.”

The U.S. condemnation follows one by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who depicted the shelling near the Rafah school as both “a moral outrage and a criminal act.”

Earlier, a senior Palestinian diplomat expressed outrage over killings and bloodshed on both sides in Gaza and called for negotiations to end the savage fighting that has gone on for nearly a month. “What we need now is to stop this fighting, to address the tragic humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip,” Riyad Mansour, the Palestinian ambassador to the U.N., said on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” adding “these things need to be stopped.”

He said that putting the people of Gaza “in a continuous situation of confrontation and fighting” will only lead to more violence, saying “This is an excellent atmosphere for radicalism.”

“But if you give them (Palestinians) hope, you open the borders, you let them go to school, let them look for good jobs, let them look for moderation. And we will succeed in allowing all those who want to have peace...to have the upper hand.”

Pierre Krahenbuhl, head of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees, called the shelling a clear violation of international law. “These are premises that are protected, the sanctity of which has to be respected by all parties,” he said Sunday on CBS’ ”Face the Nation.”

About 1,400 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza nearly a month into Israel’s forceful assault on Hamas, according to health officials.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
A new report shows a growing number of car and truck owners are struggling to make their monthly auto loan payments. Experian, which analyses millions of auto loans, says the percentage of those loans that were delinquent or ended up in default with the vehicle being repossessed surged in the second quarter of this year.

“The number of delinquencies and repossessions rising is what we would expect as the auto industry sells more vehicles,” said Melinda Zabritski, senior director of automotive finance for Experian Automotive. “But this slight uptick is one to keep an eye on.”

The surge in delinquencies and repossessions is being driven primarily by borrowers with subprime and deep subprime credit scores. Experian considers subprime borrowers as those with credit scores between 550 and 619 while deep subprime borrowers are those with credit scores lower than 550. Combined, the two categories accounted for more than 12 million of the open auto loans in the second quarter, which is 19.6% of all open auto loans.

“The number of subprime auto loans has definitely increased, but overall, those loans make up a smaller percentage of all auto loans than they did during the start of the recession in 2008 and 2009,” said Zabritski.

total balances of auto loans in America in the second quarter climbed 11.7% to an all-time high of $839 billion according to Experian.

Repossession Rate Skyrockets

Experian says the rate of repossessions jumped 70.2% in the second quarter, with much of that increase coming from finance companies not run by automakers, banks or credit unions. Even with that increase, the percentage of auto loans that end in default is just 0.62% of all auto loans.

Meanwhile, Experian reports 30 and 60 delinquencies increased 0.2% and 7% respectively.

“We’re starting to see a slight uptick in the number of consumers struggling to make their automotive payments on time; however, we have to keep in mind that these percentages are still extremely low,” said Zabritski.

While the percentage of borrower falling behind on auto loans may be lower than average, the increase in the second quarter will renew concerns the auto industry is creating a bubble for subprime loans.

The Washington Post recently warned of a subprime auto loan bubble and cited the latest report from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. In that report, the office noted an increase in the number of loans in default lenders have written off. “Average charge-off amounts are higher across all lender types over the last year,” was noted in the comptroller’s report.

Experian says the average charge-off was $8,149 in the second quarter. While that amount is up $932 compared to the same period of 2013, it is still well below the average charge-off during the recession. In the second quarter of 2010, the average bad loan was $11,161 as many Americans struggling during the economic crisis simply stopped making monthly payments.

Auto Sales Remain Strong

The latest report from Experian comes as the auto industry continues to sell cars and trucks at the strongest pace since 2007. Many expect auto sales to total 16.3-16.5 million vehicles this year. Strong demand is being helped by automakers and dealers offering easier credit terms and spreading payments out of a longer period of time.

In fact, the average auto loan now stretches over five and half years with an average monthly payment of $474.

Spreading out terms of the loan and keeping the monthly payment as low as possible is one reason for the surge in sales to those with subprime and deep subprime credit scores.

Zabritski knows many people are worried the industry is creating a financial storm that will end badly, but she says subprime sales are still far below normal.

“The growth in subprime auto loans looks dramatic because it was so restricted in the last few years,” said Zabritski. “But this is not mismanaged, rapid growth. We are still well below levels we saw during the recession.”
(07-14-2014 07:45 AM)Count Iblis Wrote: [ -> ]Money well spent.

(06-26-2014 09:42 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]The aspiring glamor model who had a breast enlargement operation on the NHS sparked further fury today after revealing she receives £6,000 of taxpayer-funded taxi journeys a year.

Mother-of-two Josie Cunningham, of Leeds, infamously had her 32A breasts enlarged to a 36DD with £4,800 of taxpayers’ money, after saying her flat chest was ‘ruining her life’.

And now the pregnant 24-year-old has claimed that she cannot take the bus because it gives her anxiety attacks - and she is now ‘more hated’ by the public than her idol, model Katie Price.

Council chiefs have granted her request to take her children to and from school every day by taxi - costing £150 a week - and she is also being given NHS sessions to help reduce her stress.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z35SPdnssn

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She should have green face paint if she is trying to do a Princess Fiona cosplay.

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Chelsea Mezvinsky resigns as 600k per year "reporter".

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/nbc-news-...s-reporter

"Chelsea Clinton said Friday she is quitting her job as a reporter at NBC News, citing increased work at the Clinton Foundation and the imminent birth of her first child.

Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton's daughter had been working at the network since 2011, sporadically doing feature stories on people or organizations doing public-spirited work. Politico magazine reported earlier this year that NBC was paying her $600,000 a year.

"I loved watching the 'Making a Difference' stories about remarkable people and organizations making a profound difference in our country and our world," Clinton said in a statement posted on her Facebook page. "I am grateful NBC gave me the opportunity to continue this important legacy."

She was initially hired to do stories for Brian Williams' "Rock Center" newsmagazine, but that program was canceled. Her work occasionally appeared on NBC's "Nightly News."

Two Clinton stories that aired in January were on education programs targeting the underprivileged. She's done stories on a school program for jailed teenagers named after Maya Angelou, an Arkansas tutoring program and a restaurant chain that donates leftover food to the needy. Her story on actor Jeff Bridges' work on childhood hunger aired Aug. 1, and another story about a school lunch program for poor children in New Mexico is scheduled to air this Sunday.

"Chelsea's storytelling inspired people across the country and showcased the real power we have as individuals to make a difference in our communities," said Alex Wallace, senior vice president at NBC News.

Her exit removes some potential awkwardness for the network if her mother runs for president in 2016. NBC made certain to keep Clinton off the air around the time her mother was making media appearances to promote a book, to avoid any appearance of conflict. NBC also received some criticism when stories about her salary appeared; the network didn't comment on the reports.

Both Wallace and Clinton left open the possibility that Clinton could someday return to NBC. "While my role with NBC News may be coming to an end, I look forward to working with the NBC family well into the future," Clinton said on Facebook.

Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, announced this spring that she is pregnant with her first child.
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"Pink slime is back. The ammonia-treated beef additive made from grinding together unused scraps of beef and connective tissue is starting to make a major comeback, with sales up three-fold since 2012.

Due to the recent spike in beef prices, suppliers have boosted their use of this cheap byproduct to keep prices low, but there's one major problem: No laws or regulations exist to require food producers, restaurants, or grocery stores to label products containing pink slime.

We have the right to know what we’re putting in our shopping carts and in our bodies. As sales of this potentially dangerous food-like substance continue to rise, we need to pressure the USDA to require mandatory labeling of pink slime.

Sign the petition: Tell the USDA to label pink slime now.

While the food industry and the USDA claim that pink slime is safe for human consumption, the additive raises a number of health and safety concerns. The New York Times exposed in 2009 that despite being treated with ammonia, three E. coli contaminations and four dozen salmonella contaminations occurred between 2005 and 2009.

What’s more, ammonium hydroxide is itself harmful to eat and can potentially turn into ammonium nitrate, a common ingredient in homemade explosives.

Major grocery store chains and restaurants, including McDonalds, Krogers, and Safeway, among others, have already said they will stop selling products containing pink slime. Cargill, one of the largest suppliers of the additive, has already agreed to voluntarily label its ground beef containing pink slime. But stores repackaging Cargill's beef aren't required to disclose to consumers the existence of pink slime in their meat.

Now it's time for the USDA to mandate that companies, from the processing plant to the consumer, label beef containing pink slime so people know what they’re buying.

Tell the USDA that consumers have a right to know: Label all food products that contain pink slime.

Thank you for everything you do to ensure we know what's in our food."
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