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Cenk Uygur: Prosecutors didn't try or ask for an indictment.

There needs to be an investigation on why the Ferguson announcement was done at night

It doesn't take a brains surgeon to know this was planned by the officials in MO to be announced at the worst possible time and for maximum rioting to occur. Their were several threads yesterday baffled as to why they were putting the decison out to the public late at night. This is treason against ones own community. They were hoping for violence, extreme property damage, even injuries and death. This makes them just as bad if not worse than those doing the damage. At the very least the Governor should take heat for this decision.

White People Rioting Over Stupid Shit

Because a Hockey Team Lost

Because a Baseball Team Won

After a surfing competition


More: https://storify.com/betakateenin/white-people-riots

This chimp's visual processing speed is nuts

I stopped the video and looked at the numbers for ten seconds to try and memorized where they were and still had a hard time getting all 9

How many here would open fire on someone with their hands up?

Don't be afraid to admit you would look an 18 year old kid in the eye with his hands up saying "Okay, Okay" and just blow his brains out. There is nothing wrong with doing this, the Grand Jury has spoken.

I think this is a good time to post this video again

What type of woman is reluctant to report sexual assault?


Space and Time into a single Continuum

'Hottest year' record likely for 2014 after warmest October

Snip>>> If the last two months of the year are only average for the 21st century, it will still be the warmest year ever, Arndt said.

October was the 5th month to break a heat record this year

The Associated Press Posted: Nov 20, 2014 4:46 PM ET| Last Updated: Nov 20, 2014 4:46 PM ET

Despite a bitter cold snap in parts of North America, the globe is rushing hell-bent toward its warmest year on record with last month setting the fifth monthly heat record of the year.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday that last month was the hottest October on record worldwide. The 14.74 Celsius (58.43 degrees Fahrenheit) beat out October 2003.

"It is becoming pretty clear that 2014 will end up as the warmest year on record," said Deke Arndt, climate monitoring chief for NOAA's National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, North Carolina. "The remaining question is: How much?"

With only two months left in the year, 2014 has now surged ahead as the globe's warmest year so far, beating 2010 and 1998. So far this year, the world is averaging 14.78 degrees Celsius (58.62 degrees Fahrenheit). If the last two months of the year are only average for the 21st century, it will still be the warmest year ever, Arndt said.


I Like Laughter - Official Trailer (will put tears in your eyes)

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