killerisdad said: Where do you draw the line between truth and wild conspiracy theory?
Concrete evidence, usually.
Other than that I consider anything to be within the realm of possibility until proven otherwise.
Am I a reptilian program? I mean I don’t know, maybe I’m programmed to think I’m a human
Dear priceofliberty: If I ever get my hands on you in real life, we are going through every philosophical thought exercise I can find.
"Once upon a time, Zhuang Zhou dreamed he was a butterfly, a butterfly flitting about happily enjoying himself. He did not know that he was Zhou. Suddenly he awoke, and was palpably Zhou. He did not know whether he was Zhou, who had dreamed of being a butterfly, or a butterfly dreaming that he was Zhou."
The DC Police Invent Crimes to Arrest “Likely” Criminals. D.C. police use high-risk stings in which undercover officers recruit people they think are likely to commit armed robberies.
The D.C. police department is quietly turning to high-risk sting operations in which undercover officers recruit people they think are likely to commit armed robberies. The scenarios dreamed up by law enforcement officials, some involving the lure of liquor and strip clubs, are designed to put violent offenders in jail and to address one of the District’s most persistent and dangerous crimes.
Debra Harrell, mom who let her 9-year-old play in the park alone while she worked, has been fired from her job at McDonald’s.
Cairo-based photojournalist Mosa’ab Elshamy caught this headline from the Monday edition of the Baltimore Sun that seems to capture Palestinian sympathizers’ frustration with mainstream media coverage of the ongoing conflict in Gaza. While Israeli combat fatalities are given up-front attention, Palestinian fatalities are brushed off as “others.”
Please keep this circulating. Cops are getting more and more brazen, know your rights!