Brinsley, after disappearing inside the station, shot himself in the head on a subway platform, police said.


Two NYPD cops were executed Saturday after a suspected gang member from Baltimore trekked to Brooklyn to kill police officers in a twisted bid to avenge the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, sources told the Daily News.

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Learned Helplessness as a response to Torture

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8chan reviews the movie Wild, adapted from an Oprah Book Club best-seller

An 8Chan Anon has written:

>wife reads book
>asks me to go to a girl hiking movie

Ok I had no expectations going into this movie and no foreknowledge about it.

True story Oprah book club #1 best seller
degeneracy the movie
>girl raised by single mom
>single mom dies
>girl Cheats on loving husband
>literally fucks million guys
>does Herion constantly
>get divorced finally
>decides to go on a 1k mile hike
>at the end of the hike accepts that all her fucking around on her husband, being a whore degenerate was ok because she found a new husband and had kids and it worked out ok in the end.


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Bessie Smith explains masochism, and I explain how savages give rise to armies and priesthoods

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Update from Operation Bid Rig


A man who prosecutors said styled himself as ‘the Robin Hood of kidneys” is out of prison after being the first person convicted in federal court of profiting from the illegal sale of human organs.

Levy Izhak Rosenbaum, an Israeli citizen, won’t be deported because federal immigration officials found that his crime was not one of “moral turpitude” that would have subjected him to being kicked out of the U.S., lawyer Edward Schulman said.

“It illustrates the intersection between legality and morality,” Shulman said.

Rosenbaum, now 63, was arrested in 2009 in what became the biggest corruption case ever in New Jersey.

There is much more to this story, but I am not going to get into the details of Operation Bid Rig today.

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The 40-hour workweek makes you miserable for the greater profit of consumerism

The following is an excerpt from the page linked at the bottom.

Here in the West, a lifestyle of unnecessary spending has been deliberately cultivated and nurtured in the public by big business. Companies in all kinds of industries have a huge stake in the public’s penchant to be careless with their money. They will seek to encourage the public’s habit of casual or non-essential spending whenever they can.

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