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Berkeley student Ismael Chamu’s financial struggles were the subject of a front page Los Angeles Times story on Sunday. Chamu has now received $54,255 in pledges at an online funding site.

The lengthy LA Times article forgot to mention that Chamu had recently been arrested on hate crime charges.

It’s not Fake News if a famous newspaper simply leaves out the half of the story that doesn’t fit The Narrative.

Update: Now $64,000!

Hate Pays.

 
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  2. The real proof that I am an idiot is that I have not set up a GoFundMe to do something maddeningly vague but assuredly progressive.

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    • Replies: @Barnard
    Yes, the willingness of people to donate significant amounts of money to complete strangers because of a vague sob story on the internet just baffles me. The ones where the initial goal is met so they raise it and continue to get donations are mind boggling. I wonder if this has replaced giving to church or other charities for some people.
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  3. O/T

    Gambardelli Sallo, one of Wall Street’s largest investment banks, appears set to name Salvatore Massimino to replace Leopoldo DiPhillipo as its next chief executive. The timetable for Mr. DiPhillipo’s retirement is uncertain, but Massimino became the heir apparent to lead the bank when his chief rival for the position, Francisco Iaccobucci abruptly resigned.

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    • Replies: @Forbes
    Hint: GS.

    Took me a minute. I first thought there was some crime family news. Different Mafia...
    , @MBlanc46
    Drum roll, symbol crash.
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  4. What ever happened to the charges against Chamu? Is he only facing misdemeanors now? I haven’t found anything on Google more recent than last summer.

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    I do not know but honestly expect it was (or will be) thrown out. We need to purge the judiciary.
    , @CCZ
    If you go to:

    https://www.acgov.org/sheriff_app/docket/

    and, using Option 1, enter the docket number and select WILEY W. MANUEL COURTHOUSE (the last name on the drop-down courthouse selection menu) and prove that you are not a robot, you will find information and a tab for further details.

    The information currently posted is:

    Docket #17-CR-021574A
    Charge: Possession Of Tools To Commit Vandalism (Over $400)
    Bail $15,000
    Pretrail Hearing 4/26/2018

    Defense attorney of record (other court website) is Gabriela Monserrat Lopez Arcos.

    Gabriela Monserrat Lopez Arcos (also known as Gabriela M. Lopez) specializes in criminal defense and immigration and is in Oakland. One site notes her specialties: Removal and Deportation Defense, Criminal Immigration, Criminal Defense.

    Affiliations include: Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality and also National Vice-President of the National Lawyers Guild.

    http://www.lawyerdict.com/gabriela-monserrat-lopez-arcos/

    .
    , @1661er

    Ismael denies involvement and has pleaded not guilty.

    The next court date is next month, and he has expressed hope that he can put the case behind him.
    ...
    4:05 p.m.: This article has been updated to include details of Ismael’s arrest last year on vandalism charges. He has pleaded not guilty and has not been convicted.
     
    LAT had finally updated with those crucial information.

    So he will have his day in court. UCB better expel him IF he is convicted.
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  5. I cannot think of a more instructive case than this one when compared to the behavior of blacks at universities where they perceive a lack of power. Demonstrating that their level of civilization is based on inter-tribal warfare, blacks will seek to limit free speech, tear down statues of Archimedes and Shakespeare (white privilege) and generally seek to reduce the oppresive white overlords to a state of poverty and servitude.

    Whereas, wherefore, et cetera, this young man, exemplifying the advanced state of his native culture, seeks to exploit the situation for personal gain. Before you criticize, be sure he is not going to use the money to fund cancer research or perhaps endow a seat at the symphony, which I am sure is what he had in mind.

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  6. @Not Raul
    What ever happened to the charges against Chamu? Is he only facing misdemeanors now? I haven’t found anything on Google more recent than last summer.

    I do not know but honestly expect it was (or will be) thrown out. We need to purge the judiciary.

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  7. @J.Ross
    The real proof that I am an idiot is that I have not set up a GoFundMe to do something maddeningly vague but assuredly progressive.

    Yes, the willingness of people to donate significant amounts of money to complete strangers because of a vague sob story on the internet just baffles me. The ones where the initial goal is met so they raise it and continue to get donations are mind boggling. I wonder if this has replaced giving to church or other charities for some people.

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    How much of the money "raised" are pledges--versus actual contributions? Inquiring minds...
    , @Olorin
    It's the equivalent of buying indulgences. Libs continue to live segregated lives, pay thus for it.
    , @Stan d Mute

    I wonder if this has replaced giving to church or other charities for some people.
     
    It’s virtue signaling turtles all the way down.
    , @gunner29

    Yes, the willingness of people to donate significant amounts of money to complete strangers because of a vague sob story on the internet just baffles me.

     

    Year ago a Berzerkley cop confiscated a couple hundred dollars from an illegal alien street vendor; something about not having a permit and all the other paperwork.

    Somebody started a beg-a-thon after a video of the deed appeared and the last I heard it was over $70,000....

    https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/national-international/Money-Raised-Vendor-After-Police-Seize-His-Wallet-443818753.html
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  8. He has pleaded not guilty and has not been convicted.

    http://variety.com/2018/film/news/black-panther-billion-global-box-office-1202723326/

    Black Panther blowing up the box office

    The arc of time bends toward justice and you guys are going to have to play on a level playing field

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    • Replies: @anon
    Black Panther blowing up the box office

    It's not like I particularly care, but when I look up the top-grossing movies, I find it humorous that #1 is still Avatar.

    That came out less than a decade ago, and when was the last time you heard anyone talking about it? For myself, I think it was probably sometime in the winter of 2009. I keep forgetting all about it, except when something reminds me that it made an absurd amount of money, which then reminds me of how quickly it just disappeared from public consciousness.

    Right now, Black Panther is still a safe distance below the filimic masterwork "Furious 7".

    But I guess time will tell.

    , @Giant Duck
    "The arc of time bends toward justice and you guys are going to have to play on a level playing field"

    Little duckling, this doesn't mean anything. It is merely a nearly random series of words placed sequentially to form a rudimentary sentence.
    , @MBlanc46
    A level playing field, TD? You’d best be careful what you wish for. Your tail feathers will be grass.
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  9. Save Walter White!

    Oh, wait … too late …

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  10. @Anthony Wayne
    O/T

    Gambardelli Sallo, one of Wall Street's largest investment banks, appears set to name Salvatore Massimino to replace Leopoldo DiPhillipo as its next chief executive. The timetable for Mr. DiPhillipo's retirement is uncertain, but Massimino became the heir apparent to lead the bank when his chief rival for the position, Francisco Iaccobucci abruptly resigned.

    Hint: GS.

    Took me a minute. I first thought there was some crime family news. Different Mafia…

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    The point was less that they are engaged in mafia-sequels behavior and more how remarkable it would be to see the such a preponderance of any ethnicity but the one at the top of such an organization.
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  11. @Barnard
    Yes, the willingness of people to donate significant amounts of money to complete strangers because of a vague sob story on the internet just baffles me. The ones where the initial goal is met so they raise it and continue to get donations are mind boggling. I wonder if this has replaced giving to church or other charities for some people.

    How much of the money “raised” are pledges–versus actual contributions? Inquiring minds…

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    I think you have to give them a credit card or bank account before it even shows up as a donation.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    "How much of the money “raised” are pledges–versus actual contributions?"

    Yes, I wondered that. I remember that in 2015 11,000 Icelanders signed a Facebook pledge to take in a "Syrian refugee", something which if it had happened would have substantially altered their demography "and not for the better". It would certainly have added spice to a stroll round Reykjavik at night.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/more-than-11000-icelanders-offer-to-house-syrian-refugees-to-help-european-crisis-10480505.html

    But it never happened. In fact Iceland took in 13 in 2016, double-digit numbers in 2017 and will take 56 in 2018. In 60 years they've taken 584 refugees, less than 10 a year. They also seem to have a policy of putting them in a variety of small towns, so no danger of a 'Syrian zone' in the capital. Cost-free virtue signalling is the best virtue signalling.

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  12. @Not Raul
    What ever happened to the charges against Chamu? Is he only facing misdemeanors now? I haven’t found anything on Google more recent than last summer.

    If you go to:

    https://www.acgov.org/sheriff_app/docket/

    and, using Option 1, enter the docket number and select WILEY W. MANUEL COURTHOUSE (the last name on the drop-down courthouse selection menu) and prove that you are not a robot, you will find information and a tab for further details.

    The information currently posted is:

    Docket #17-CR-021574A
    Charge: Possession Of Tools To Commit Vandalism (Over $400)
    Bail $15,000
    Pretrail Hearing 4/26/2018

    Defense attorney of record (other court website) is Gabriela Monserrat Lopez Arcos.

    Gabriela Monserrat Lopez Arcos (also known as Gabriela M. Lopez) specializes in criminal defense and immigration and is in Oakland. One site notes her specialties: Removal and Deportation Defense, Criminal Immigration, Criminal Defense.

    Affiliations include: Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality and also National Vice-President of the National Lawyers Guild.

    http://www.lawyerdict.com/gabriela-monserrat-lopez-arcos/

    .

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    Thanks.

    It’s interesting that the media seem to have lost interest. Then again, the charges don’t look severe.
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  13. @Forbes
    How much of the money "raised" are pledges--versus actual contributions? Inquiring minds...

    I think you have to give them a credit card or bank account before it even shows up as a donation.

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  14. @Barnard
    Yes, the willingness of people to donate significant amounts of money to complete strangers because of a vague sob story on the internet just baffles me. The ones where the initial goal is met so they raise it and continue to get donations are mind boggling. I wonder if this has replaced giving to church or other charities for some people.

    It’s the equivalent of buying indulgences. Libs continue to live segregated lives, pay thus for it.

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  15. @CCZ
    If you go to:

    https://www.acgov.org/sheriff_app/docket/

    and, using Option 1, enter the docket number and select WILEY W. MANUEL COURTHOUSE (the last name on the drop-down courthouse selection menu) and prove that you are not a robot, you will find information and a tab for further details.

    The information currently posted is:

    Docket #17-CR-021574A
    Charge: Possession Of Tools To Commit Vandalism (Over $400)
    Bail $15,000
    Pretrail Hearing 4/26/2018

    Defense attorney of record (other court website) is Gabriela Monserrat Lopez Arcos.

    Gabriela Monserrat Lopez Arcos (also known as Gabriela M. Lopez) specializes in criminal defense and immigration and is in Oakland. One site notes her specialties: Removal and Deportation Defense, Criminal Immigration, Criminal Defense.

    Affiliations include: Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality and also National Vice-President of the National Lawyers Guild.

    http://www.lawyerdict.com/gabriela-monserrat-lopez-arcos/

    .

    Thanks.

    It’s interesting that the media seem to have lost interest. Then again, the charges don’t look severe.

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    A rereading of the court document confirms that there are 2 charges, Possession Of Tools To Commit Vandalism PC594.2(A)-M and Vandalism Over $400 PC594(A)-F. I mistakenly posted them a one item. PC594(A)-F is the serious, including felony, charge.

    PC594: Every person who maliciously commits any of the following acts with respect to any real or personal property not his or her own, in cases other than those specified by state law, is guilty of vandalism:

    (1) Defaces with graffiti or other inscribed material; (2) Damages; (3) Destroys.

    (b)(1) If the amount of defacement, damage, or destruction is four hundred dollars ($400) or more, vandalism is punishable by imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170 or in a county jail not exceeding one year, or by a fine of not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or if the amount of defacement, damage, or destruction is ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or more, by a fine of not more than fifty thousand dollars ($50,000), or by both that fine and imprisonment.

    **Interpretive Note: PC 594(b)(1) may be charged as a misdemeanor or as a felony. When PC 594(b)(1) is charged as a misdemeanor the defendant may face up to one (1) year in the county jail. When PC 594(b)(1) is charged as a felony the defendant may face up to three (3) years in county prison. Whether or not a misdemeanor or felony vandalism crime will be charged under PC 594(b)(1) depends largely on the defendant criminal history and the egregiousness of the crime.

    PC594.2: (a) Every person who possesses a masonry or glass drill bit, a carbide drill bit, a glass cutter, a grinding stone, an awl, a chisel, a carbide scribe, an aerosol paint container, a felt tip marker, or any other marking substance with the intent to commit vandalism or graffiti, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
    (b) As a condition of probation for any violation of this section, the court may order the defendant to perform community service not to exceed 90 hours during a time other than his or her hours of school attendance or employment.
     
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  16. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Tiny Duck
    He has pleaded not guilty and has not been convicted.

    http://variety.com/2018/film/news/black-panther-billion-global-box-office-1202723326/

    Black Panther blowing up the box office

    The arc of time bends toward justice and you guys are going to have to play on a level playing field

    Black Panther blowing up the box office

    It’s not like I particularly care, but when I look up the top-grossing movies, I find it humorous that #1 is still Avatar.

    That came out less than a decade ago, and when was the last time you heard anyone talking about it? For myself, I think it was probably sometime in the winter of 2009. I keep forgetting all about it, except when something reminds me that it made an absurd amount of money, which then reminds me of how quickly it just disappeared from public consciousness.

    Right now, Black Panther is still a safe distance below the filimic masterwork “Furious 7″.

    But I guess time will tell.

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    • Replies: @J.Ross
    The only thing I am aware of from Avatar is a very good long meme quote-image, which might not even be in the movie, in which General Bad Guy unapologetically and clearly lays out exactly why it is that people in spaceships are not the equals of people who have not yet worked out written language.
    Maybe I can find it. ... here:
    https://i.redditmedia.com/wTOlRnttXu_sG6Iuc8dllqWTxrjoyuypJ43lot-mJUw.jpg?w=911&s=e58945aa18d98727aa8499acf1fe84bc
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  17. @Forbes
    How much of the money "raised" are pledges--versus actual contributions? Inquiring minds...

    “How much of the money “raised” are pledges–versus actual contributions?”

    Yes, I wondered that. I remember that in 2015 11,000 Icelanders signed a Facebook pledge to take in a “Syrian refugee”, something which if it had happened would have substantially altered their demography “and not for the better”. It would certainly have added spice to a stroll round Reykjavik at night.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/more-than-11000-icelanders-offer-to-house-syrian-refugees-to-help-european-crisis-10480505.html

    But it never happened. In fact Iceland took in 13 in 2016, double-digit numbers in 2017 and will take 56 in 2018. In 60 years they’ve taken 584 refugees, less than 10 a year. They also seem to have a policy of putting them in a variety of small towns, so no danger of a ‘Syrian zone’ in the capital. Cost-free virtue signalling is the best virtue signalling.

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    • Replies: @J.Ross
    Icelanders are SJW joiners. They donated drinking water to Flint, Michigan -- generous, but there's places in Asia and Africa that need drinking water, but are not being held up by legacy media as proof of evil business-klansmen. Still, they were the only country that dealt properly with their banks after 2008.
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  18. @YetAnotherAnon
    "How much of the money “raised” are pledges–versus actual contributions?"

    Yes, I wondered that. I remember that in 2015 11,000 Icelanders signed a Facebook pledge to take in a "Syrian refugee", something which if it had happened would have substantially altered their demography "and not for the better". It would certainly have added spice to a stroll round Reykjavik at night.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/more-than-11000-icelanders-offer-to-house-syrian-refugees-to-help-european-crisis-10480505.html

    But it never happened. In fact Iceland took in 13 in 2016, double-digit numbers in 2017 and will take 56 in 2018. In 60 years they've taken 584 refugees, less than 10 a year. They also seem to have a policy of putting them in a variety of small towns, so no danger of a 'Syrian zone' in the capital. Cost-free virtue signalling is the best virtue signalling.

    Icelanders are SJW joiners. They donated drinking water to Flint, Michigan — generous, but there’s places in Asia and Africa that need drinking water, but are not being held up by legacy media as proof of evil business-klansmen. Still, they were the only country that dealt properly with their banks after 2008.

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  19. Chamu must be an indigenous name, it sure isn’t Spanish. When I look up images for Chamu + Mexico on Bing I see Indian looking Mexicans. Hate crime boy looks 60%+ Indian.

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  20. @anon
    Black Panther blowing up the box office

    It's not like I particularly care, but when I look up the top-grossing movies, I find it humorous that #1 is still Avatar.

    That came out less than a decade ago, and when was the last time you heard anyone talking about it? For myself, I think it was probably sometime in the winter of 2009. I keep forgetting all about it, except when something reminds me that it made an absurd amount of money, which then reminds me of how quickly it just disappeared from public consciousness.

    Right now, Black Panther is still a safe distance below the filimic masterwork "Furious 7".

    But I guess time will tell.

    The only thing I am aware of from Avatar is a very good long meme quote-image, which might not even be in the movie, in which General Bad Guy unapologetically and clearly lays out exactly why it is that people in spaceships are not the equals of people who have not yet worked out written language.
    Maybe I can find it. … here:

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  21. @Not Raul
    What ever happened to the charges against Chamu? Is he only facing misdemeanors now? I haven’t found anything on Google more recent than last summer.

    Ismael denies involvement and has pleaded not guilty.

    The next court date is next month, and he has expressed hope that he can put the case behind him.

    4:05 p.m.: This article has been updated to include details of Ismael’s arrest last year on vandalism charges. He has pleaded not guilty and has not been convicted.

    LAT had finally updated with those crucial information.

    So he will have his day in court. UCB better expel him IF he is convicted.

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    He was doing social justice work and refuses to take credit for it?
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  22. I think that’s what’s known as a ‘shit eating grin’.

    In other CA news:

    https://twitter.com/MaxinePWaters/status/972291126630678528

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    I’m just sad for the dozens of Asian girls who lost their hair to provide Maxine her James Brown wigs.

    #StopHairAppropriation #StopStealingOurHair #NoMoreBaldAsianChildren
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  23. @Tiny Duck
    He has pleaded not guilty and has not been convicted.

    http://variety.com/2018/film/news/black-panther-billion-global-box-office-1202723326/

    Black Panther blowing up the box office

    The arc of time bends toward justice and you guys are going to have to play on a level playing field

    “The arc of time bends toward justice and you guys are going to have to play on a level playing field”

    Little duckling, this doesn’t mean anything. It is merely a nearly random series of words placed sequentially to form a rudimentary sentence.

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  24. @Not Raul
    Thanks.

    It’s interesting that the media seem to have lost interest. Then again, the charges don’t look severe.

    A rereading of the court document confirms that there are 2 charges, Possession Of Tools To Commit Vandalism PC594.2(A)-M and Vandalism Over $400 PC594(A)-F. I mistakenly posted them a one item. PC594(A)-F is the serious, including felony, charge.

    PC594: Every person who maliciously commits any of the following acts with respect to any real or personal property not his or her own, in cases other than those specified by state law, is guilty of vandalism:

    (1) Defaces with graffiti or other inscribed material; (2) Damages; (3) Destroys.

    (b)(1) If the amount of defacement, damage, or destruction is four hundred dollars ($400) or more, vandalism is punishable by imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170 or in a county jail not exceeding one year, or by a fine of not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or if the amount of defacement, damage, or destruction is ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or more, by a fine of not more than fifty thousand dollars ($50,000), or by both that fine and imprisonment.

    **Interpretive Note: PC 594(b)(1) may be charged as a misdemeanor or as a felony. When PC 594(b)(1) is charged as a misdemeanor the defendant may face up to one (1) year in the county jail. When PC 594(b)(1) is charged as a felony the defendant may face up to three (3) years in county prison. Whether or not a misdemeanor or felony vandalism crime will be charged under PC 594(b)(1) depends largely on the defendant criminal history and the egregiousness of the crime.

    PC594.2: (a) Every person who possesses a masonry or glass drill bit, a carbide drill bit, a glass cutter, a grinding stone, an awl, a chisel, a carbide scribe, an aerosol paint container, a felt tip marker, or any other marking substance with the intent to commit vandalism or graffiti, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
    (b) As a condition of probation for any violation of this section, the court may order the defendant to perform community service not to exceed 90 hours during a time other than his or her hours of school attendance or employment.

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  25. @Barnard
    Yes, the willingness of people to donate significant amounts of money to complete strangers because of a vague sob story on the internet just baffles me. The ones where the initial goal is met so they raise it and continue to get donations are mind boggling. I wonder if this has replaced giving to church or other charities for some people.

    I wonder if this has replaced giving to church or other charities for some people.

    It’s virtue signaling turtles all the way down.

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  26. @eah
    I think that's what's known as a 'shit eating grin'.

    In other CA news:

    https://twitter.com/MaxinePWaters/status/972291126630678528

    I’m just sad for the dozens of Asian girls who lost their hair to provide Maxine her James Brown wigs.

    #StopHairAppropriation #StopStealingOurHair #NoMoreBaldAsianChildren

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    I tried looking it up and got nothing. I suspect that it's a diminutive of a MesoAmerican name (cf Chuy, which is somehow the diminutive for Jesus).
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  28. “It’s not Fake News if a famous newspaper simply leaves out the half of the story that doesn’t fit The Narrative.”
    When a “news” story contains an implication that the writer and/or editor know will cause the reader to make a false inference, I say the story is a Fake News lie.

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  29. @Barnard
    Yes, the willingness of people to donate significant amounts of money to complete strangers because of a vague sob story on the internet just baffles me. The ones where the initial goal is met so they raise it and continue to get donations are mind boggling. I wonder if this has replaced giving to church or other charities for some people.

    Yes, the willingness of people to donate significant amounts of money to complete strangers because of a vague sob story on the internet just baffles me.

    Year ago a Berzerkley cop confiscated a couple hundred dollars from an illegal alien street vendor; something about not having a permit and all the other paperwork.

    Somebody started a beg-a-thon after a video of the deed appeared and the last I heard it was over $70,000….

    https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/national-international/Money-Raised-Vendor-After-Police-Seize-His-Wallet-443818753.html

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  30. @Reg Cæsar
    http://assets1.bigthink.com/system/idea_thumbnails/56645/size_896/shutterstock_141850639.jpg?1413069431

    I tried looking it up and got nothing. I suspect that it’s a diminutive of a MesoAmerican name (cf Chuy, which is somehow the diminutive for Jesus).

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  31. And I’m sure he’ll pay the taxes on it. I think those funding sites send Uncle IRS a 1096.

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  32. @Forbes
    Hint: GS.

    Took me a minute. I first thought there was some crime family news. Different Mafia...

    The point was less that they are engaged in mafia-sequels behavior and more how remarkable it would be to see the such a preponderance of any ethnicity but the one at the top of such an organization.

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  33. $71,000 and climbing for this “persevering” “inspiring” “future leader of our country” as his donors say.

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  34. @Anthony Wayne
    O/T

    Gambardelli Sallo, one of Wall Street's largest investment banks, appears set to name Salvatore Massimino to replace Leopoldo DiPhillipo as its next chief executive. The timetable for Mr. DiPhillipo's retirement is uncertain, but Massimino became the heir apparent to lead the bank when his chief rival for the position, Francisco Iaccobucci abruptly resigned.

    Drum roll, symbol crash.

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  35. @Tiny Duck
    He has pleaded not guilty and has not been convicted.

    http://variety.com/2018/film/news/black-panther-billion-global-box-office-1202723326/

    Black Panther blowing up the box office

    The arc of time bends toward justice and you guys are going to have to play on a level playing field

    A level playing field, TD? You’d best be careful what you wish for. Your tail feathers will be grass.

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  36. @1661er

    Ismael denies involvement and has pleaded not guilty.

    The next court date is next month, and he has expressed hope that he can put the case behind him.
    ...
    4:05 p.m.: This article has been updated to include details of Ismael’s arrest last year on vandalism charges. He has pleaded not guilty and has not been convicted.
     
    LAT had finally updated with those crucial information.

    So he will have his day in court. UCB better expel him IF he is convicted.

    He was doing social justice work and refuses to take credit for it?

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