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'Clown Lives Matter' march planned for Oct. 15 in Tucson

This should be a nationwide happening; kind of like zombie walks, naked bike rides and bare your breasts events.

TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Organizers are planning a "Clown Lives Matter" march for October 15 in Tucson in reaction to the recent spate of frightening incidents -- both real and imagined -- spread in the news and on social media.

The march will be at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 15 on 4th Avenue in Tucson. Attendees are invited to show up wearing full clown makeup or masks.

According to a flyer advertising the event, "this is a peaceful way to show clowns are not psycho killers. We want the public to feel safe, and not be afraid. So come out, bring the family, meet a clown and get a hug!"

Posted by Heeeeers Johnny | Wed Oct 5, 2016, 08:20 PM (33 replies)

Valley girl rages on Lyft driver over "politically incorrect" bobble head doll

The petty shit some people lose their mind over...

And if you're privileged and hip enough, you to can become part of her super cool club...

Inside the elite, super-secret world of L.A.’s coolest girls on Facebook

To gain entry into the most exclusive club in Los Angeles, there is no need to wear a trendy outfit or to slip the bouncer a Benjamin. In fact, there isn’t even a line.

Instead, admission requires the approval of a scrupulous jury of 1,500 women. And if those women decide to let you into their secret club, a Facebook group called ‘Girls Night In,’ all 1,500 of them will become your very best friends.

‘Girls Night In’—or GNI, as its members call it—is like a giant online slumber party, one that never ends, slips into your pocket and can be called upon at any moment in the day that you need it. It is a constant stream of brutally frank chatter about relationships, work, sex, race, gender and, yes, cats, along with a bizarrely large quantity of nude selfies. It is made up mainly of women in their 20s and 30s who live in the Los Angeles area. Among its ranks are Instagram-famous models, former reality show contestants, celebrity makeup artists and the quasi-famous girlfriend of a very famous singer.

Posted by Heeeeers Johnny | Tue Aug 30, 2016, 12:51 PM (46 replies)

Article: I was fired from my internship for writing a proposal for a more flexible dress code

At least the special snowflakes learned something about life in the real world from their brief time at this company...

I was able to get a summer internship at a company that does work in the industry I want to work in after I graduate. Even though the division I was hired to work in doesn’t deal with clients or customers, there still was a very strict dress code. I felt the dress code was overly strict but I wasn’t going to say anything, until I noticed one of the workers always wore flat shoes that were made from a fabric other than leather, or running shoes, even though both of these things were contrary to the dress code.

I spoke with my manager about being allowed some leeway under the dress code and was told this was not possible, despite the other person being allowed to do it. I soon found out that many of the other interns felt the same way, and the ones who asked their managers about it were told the same thing as me. We decided to write a proposal stating why we should be allowed someone leeway under the dress code. We accompanied the proposal with a petition, signed by all of the interns (except for one who declined to sign it) and gave it to our managers to consider. Our proposal requested that we also be allowed to wear running shoes and non leather flats, as well as sandals (not flip-flops though) and other non-dress shoes that would fit under a more business casual dress code. It was mostly about the footwear, but we also incorporated a request that we not have to wear suits and/or blazers in favor of a more casual, but still professional dress code.

The next day, all of us who signed the petition were called into a meeting where we thought our proposal would be discussed. Instead, we were informed that due to our “unprofessional” behavior, we were being let go from our internships. We were told to hand in our ID badges and to gather our things and leave the property ASAP.

More @ http://www.askamanager.org/2016/06/i-was-fired-from-my-internship-for-writing-a-proposal-for-a-more-flexible-dress-code.html
Posted by Heeeeers Johnny | Thu Jun 30, 2016, 10:24 AM (264 replies)

Brexit ‘2nd Referendum Petition’ A 4 Chan Prank: BBC Report It As Real

Please, let this be real!

The 4 Chan Bots represent the ultimate failure of the Remainstream Media.

The BBC’s desperate shilling for Remain will come under increasing scrutiny as we exclusively reveal that the supposed ‘popular petition’ for a second referendum – wholly illegal and unworkable, and unprecedented in British history – is a prank by notorious sh*tposters 4 Chan.

The BBC, the UK’s national broadcaster, gleefully reported, as real, with no basic journalistic checks, an online petition that appeared to be growing at a colossal rate. By 1:30 pm, it was one of the fastest-growing petitions in history.

So fast, in fact, that somebody should have checked for bots and scripts. The BBC is failing totally in its Charter Duty to perform basic journalistic research. Here is the actual script:


Posted by Heeeeers Johnny | Sun Jun 26, 2016, 01:26 PM (0 replies)

A few solutions to reducing gun violence.

1) Harsher penalties for straw purchasers, and stricter enforcement of those laws.

2) Reporting stolen firearms after a set amount of time upon discovering ones firearms were stolen.

3) Harsher penalties for convicted felons found in possession of a firearm.

4) Additional prison time if that person possessed and/or used a firearm in the course of gang
involvement, and/or activity.

Why or why wouldn't you support any of those suggestions?
Posted by Heeeeers Johnny | Mon Jun 20, 2016, 02:34 PM (13 replies)

Racist Hostess cup cake packaging.


At first glance, it appears to be an enticement to purchase and enjoy some delicious
Hostess Golden Cup Cakes, but then off to the right, is a not so subtle racist caricature of
a lighter complexioned cup cake wearing black face.

The enlarged, white bug eyes and overly exaggerated smile and lips only makes
the connection even more apparent.

Posted by Heeeeers Johnny | Sun Jun 5, 2016, 07:06 PM (78 replies)

Whole Foods To Countersue Pastor Who Claims He Received A ‘Fag’ Cake

Assholes like this need to serve prison time...

Whole Foods is biting back at a Texas pastor with a countersuit which claims that he fraudulently accused the store of selling him an anti-gay cake.

The grocery chain announced its plans just one day after Austin Pastor Jordan Brown filed a lawsuit over incendiary icing on a cake he bought from the store which read: “Love Wins Fag.”

Brown, who is openly gay, says he ordered the custom cake from the Lamar store in Austin, Texas, store to read “Love Wins” and was horrified to tears to see the added word.

But Whole Foods isn’t swallowing it.

Posted by Heeeeers Johnny | Tue May 17, 2016, 11:52 AM (7 replies)
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