Bill O'Reilly 'mad at God' over sexual misconduct allegations

Bill O'Reilly has repeatedly blamed reports of sexual misconduct on a politically motivated media. On Monday, he admitted that he also blames a higher power.

"You know, am I mad at God? Yeah, I'm mad at him," O'Reilly said on the latest episode of his web series, "No Spin News." "I wish I had more protection. I wish this stuff didn't happen. I can't explain it to you. Yeah, I'm mad at him."

He then said that he derives perspective from the tribulations of others, including Kate Steinle, a ...
Submitted by Forensic at 2017-10-24 5:15am to the Television forum.

'Sweating' blood: mysterious case leaves Canadian experts searching for answers

“In all of these cases I dug out – the 42 case reports – the patients all survived. They’re terrified because it’s really frightening to have this happen, but it seems to be quite innocuous as a symptom.”

Warning: graphic photo of patient covered in blood
Submitted by Tingleberries at 2017-10-24 3:38am to the Health & Beauty forum.

The Perks of Being a Regular

There are 501 emails in my inbox that contain the word “Bianca.” The first, from November 2004, is an email confirming dinner plans with my roommate at the time. The last, from September 2015, is a one-line Gchat to my husband: “Bianca closed last night :( :( :(.” Nearly every week for more than a decade, I had found myself eating at Bianca, a quaint little Italian restaurant at the easternmost end of Bleecker Street. It’s where I celebrated nearly every birthday, every New Year's ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 21:41pm to the Food forum.

Rock is dead. Planned Parenthood killed it.

Nobody fights the power anymore. Everybody is a sellout. And anyone who doubts this should listen to the new 7-Inches for Planned Parenthood compilation.

A fundraising project for the largest abortion corporation in America, 7-Inches features more than two-dozen tracks from about as many artists, mostly album rejects repurposed into protest ballads regurgitating groupthink in order to win accolades from progressive politicos. It's pathetic.

Planned Parenthood's very-own Cecile Richards ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 22:10pm to the Horseshit! forum.

Canadian man fined for loudly singing Everybody Dance Now

A Canadian man is contesting a C$149 ($118; £90) ticket for "screaming in a public place" after being caught singing in his car.

The tune that got him grooving - and in trouble - was C+C Music Factory's 90s smash hit Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now).

Police asked him for identification and whether he had been screaming.
Submitted by Tingleberries at 2017-10-23 21:01pm to the Crime forum.

The DEA Says It Came Under Fire During a Deadly Drug Raid. Its Own Video Suggests Otherwise

The Drug Enforcement Administration has for five years steadfastly defended the behavior of its agents in a late-night drug seizure carried out with Honduran forces on the remote Mosquito Coast, a mission that resulted in the deaths of four Honduran civilians.

In the DEA’s view, the dead — one man, two women and a 14-year-old boy — were among those on a boat that shot at a canoe carrying a joint DEA-Honduran anti-drug team. The DEA said it had evidence in the form of night-vision video ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 21:43pm to the Crime forum.

The U.S. Will Invade West Africa in 2023 After an Attack in New York — According to Pentagon War Game

WHEN THE PENTAGON peers into its crystal ball, the images reflected back are bleak.

On May 23, 2023, in one imagining from the U.S. military, terrorists detonate massive truck-bombs at both the New York and New Jersey ends of the Lincoln Tunnel. The twin explosions occur in the southern-most of the three underground tubes at 7:10 a.m., the beginning of rush hour when the subterranean roadway is packed with commuters making their way to work.

The attack kills 435 people and injures another ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 21:42pm to the The World forum.


"My name is Donald Marshall. I've been cloned…"

So begins the accounts of former Illuminati insider turned whistleblower Donald Marshall who, in late 2011, published an online expose detailing his eyewitness reports of the crimes committed against innocent citizens that, he claims, take place nightly in deep underground military bases around the world.

Conspiracy theorists have long contended that major world events are under the direction of a powerful global coalition of wealthy secret ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 22:12pm to the Horseshit! forum.

Border Patrol agency applicants keep admitting to serious crimes during polygraphs

Customs and Border Protection has an employment crisis. After a massive growth in ranks through the 2000s, the agency has been steadily losing Border Patrol staff since 2011, even as President Trump demands more. The problems are manifold, including low pay for jobs in remote areas. To widen the applicant pool, some lawmakers are now trying to do away with a prominent hurdle: polygraph exams. But documents show the polygraph interview has been catching an array of disturbing crimes at Customs, ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 21:48pm to the Crime forum.

After less than a year that “fully-automated faster food experience” fails in D.C.

“It’s with a heavy heart that we share with you that our D.C. locations are now closed. This was a difficult decision and not one that was taken lightly.
In our eagerness to get our experience in front of as many people as possible, we now realize that we expanded too quickly. We hope that with fewer locations, we can experiment and innovate faster, and come back to D.C. in the future.
We know that many of you count on us for a healthy, fast, delicious meal every day, and we’re sorry if ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 21:44pm to the Food forum.

Illinois: Child deaths spike after DCFS privatizes 'intact family services'

The 5-year-old girl was found dead in the bathtub with shallow water framing her cherubic face and open eyes.

The state Department of Children and Family Services had conducted two abuse investigations into Verna Tobicoe's Southeast Side home in the months before her death in May 2015. The agency also had hired a nonprofit group to make frequent visits and conduct safety checks on Verna and two siblings.

Even as Verna was hospitalized with a broken arm and her older brother repeatedly ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 21:40pm to the Health & Beauty forum.

Snap reportedly stuck with ‘hundreds of thousands' of unsold Spectacles

Spectacles were one of last winter’s hottest gifts, but apparently demand for them quickly died off and left Snap in a bad position. The Information reports that Snap expected demand for Spectacles to continue after the holidays and ordered “hundreds of thousands” of additional units. But after it opened sales to a wider audience, that didn’t happen, and those units are now reported to be sitting around in warehouses, unsold.

It’s not known exactly how many Spectacles have been sold ...
Submitted by Xiphias at 2017-10-23 21:40pm to the The Economy forum.

Bear in Myanmar has giant tongue removed by team of vets

A bear had emergency surgery to remove its tongue after it became so heavy that it lolled out of his mouth and dragged along the floor.

“Having to carry around 3kg of tongue is not normal and that’s a lot of weight on his jaw and head. Also, since he was dragging it around on the floor, from a hygiene point of view it’s pretty unpleasant and he couldn’t ever close his mouth. Now he should be able to close his mouth and manipulate food."
Submitted by Tingleberries at 2017-10-23 20:09pm to the The World forum.

Black activists unknowingly organized events for Russia, helping effort to create divisions in U.S.

While we anxiously await the results of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Trump and company’s ties to Russia during the 2016 presidential campaign, there is one thing about Russia that we know for sure: the Russian government tried to exploit America’s racial division and xenophobia in order to foment chaos and manipulate voter sentiments by using fake Facebook ads.

But it turns out that they didn’t stop there. Russian troll farms also contacted black activists in ...
Submitted by crote at 2017-10-23 19:37pm to the Horseshit! forum.

The Clinton Double Standard

“Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, Bill O’Reilly, R. Kelly, Roger Ailes, and Donald Trump are not the only men who have allegedly abused women from positions of great power,” the website’s staff wrote. “There are men out there who have sexually harassed and assaulted women and gotten away with it who are now looking over their shoulders, hoping no one will be brave enough to tell the truth about them.”

They are right. Weinstein is just one case of an influential man using his clout to ...
Submitted by WootFuxor at 2017-10-23 19:04pm to the Crime forum.

School shootings and the brutalisation of boys

Much has been written and said about the role of masculine conditioning and patriarchal beliefs in cases like Eliott Rodger and the role misogyny plays in charging and inspiring their crimes.

The standard feminist theory (most popularly expressed by Michael Kimmel in books like Angry White Men) is that these young men – and they are almost if not quite always young men – are the extreme fringes of toxic masculinity and ‘aggrieved entitlement.’ Basically they are overcome by anger at ...
Submitted by WootFuxor at 2017-10-23 19:28pm to the Crime forum.

Christie: Trump 'yells at me at times, but he respects me'

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) in a recent interview said he has a positive relationship with President Trump, even though Trump sometimes "yells at him."

"He gets mad at me at times, he yells at me at times, but he respects me," Christie told GQ.

Christie told the reporter that he will shout back at Trump, but engages in this behavior "less now that he's president."
Submitted by Knuckles at 2017-10-23 19:07pm to the Politics forum.

Pollution kills 9 million people each year, new study finds

Dirty air in India and China. Tainted water in sub-Saharan Africa. Toxic mining and smelter operations in South America. Pollution around the globe now contributes to an estimated 9 million deaths annually — or roughly one in six — according to an in-depth new study published Thursday in the Lancet. If accurate, that means pollution kills three times more people each year than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined, with most of those deaths in poor and developing countries.
Submitted by katheudo at 2017-10-23 17:48pm to the Health & Beauty forum.

Bay Area hammered by loss of 4,700 jobs

“The economy in the Bay Area has pushed up against the physical limits of a lack of housing and a lack of places for workers to live,” said Jeffrey Michael, director of the Stockton-based Center for Business and Policy Research at University of the Pacific.
Submitted by Forensic at 2017-10-23 16:28pm to the The Economy forum.

38 women have come forward to accuse director James Toback of sexual harassment

During these meetings, many of the women said, Toback boasted of sexual conquests with the famous and then asked humiliating personal questions. How often do you masturbate? How much pubic hair do you have? He’d tell them, they said, that he couldn’t properly function unless he “jerked off” several times a day. And then he’d dry-hump them or masturbate in front of them, ejaculating into his pants or onto their bodies and then walk away. Meeting over.

The women’s accounts portray ...
Submitted by Lurchi at 2017-10-23 15:41pm to the Movies forum.