Saturday, June 08, 2019

Another dry day, at last

Which calls for more celebration

Now, this is sweet

VERDICT: Jury awards Gibson’s Bakery $11 million against Oberlin College
The Jury in the Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin College case has reached a verdict.
According to our reporter in the Courtroom, the jury awarded $11 million. Here are the details: Allyn W. Gibson was awarded $3 million, David Gibson $5.8 million, Gibson Bros. $2,274,500. Next Tuesday there will be a separate punitive damages which could be a double award (meaning tripling the $11 million to $33 million).

If you've not heard anything about this case before, it really started when some shoplifters were chased out of the store, and attacked the employee chasing them.  Which caused the usual suspect types to start screaming "RACISM!" and attack the store.  Which would've been a problem, but the clowns running Oberlin joined in.  There're links in the post on the history of this.

The only thing better would've been if the asshats at the university had been ordered to personally pay.

This is good

A judge on Friday rejected Google’s motions to throw out a lawsuit brought by fired engineer James Damore accusing the internet company of discrimination against conservatives, men and white people.
And this part makes it even better:
Now the plaintiffs can request access to internal Google documents to try to support their allegations, which also include some people being “denied employment because of their actual and perceived conservative political activities and affiliations, and their status as actual or perceived Asian or Caucasian male job applicants,” according to the lawsuit.

Friday, June 07, 2019

Just because I feel like it,

a bit extra data of a particular subject:

It's not raining!

Celebration is in order

People want to be able to defend themselves,

imagine that.
The number of Brazilians who would like to carry a firearm doubled in seven years, but they are not yet a majority. This was revealed by the Barometer of the Americas (LAPOP), an opinion poll that assesses the perception of democracy, political institutions, and other issues in the American continent.

More of that vote fraud stuff

the left keeps assuring us doesn't happen.

Asshat tries to chain people in a room.  They chase him down.  Campus paper makes them the bad guys, because Republicans.

Yael Horowitz, a Jewish organizer of the D.C. Dyke March, said organizers had decided to ban "nationalist symbols," including flags and banners that represent "nations that have specific oppressive tendencies." 

Palestinian flags would be allowed, however, the Forward reported. It was unclear if this was a tacit acknowledgment of Palestinians not having a true state. It was also unclear if organizers were aware of the lack of LGBT protections for gay Palestinians, including the illegality of male homosexual conduct in the Gaza Strip.
Oh, they know.  But the fight against the perfidious Jews is more important.

Glaciers not melting as predicted; Occasional-Cortex and Park Service hardest hit.

Thursday, June 06, 2019

Crap like this is why cops and judges come to be seen as the enemy

"We didn't have a warrant, but we were getting one, so the illegal search should be good."
Screw this noise.  Throw out the evidence, then charge every officer involved with violation of the 4th Amendment.

And throw these judges out of their offices.  Preferably via a high window.

In lieu of anything else,