Certainly not every protest has had a permit, but the big ones generally do go through the permit process (though not all protesters always remain within permitted areas, so within a single event there can be both legal and illegal protesting). The 1971 May Day protests against the Vietnam War had their permit revoked… Read more
Yeah, but nothing about that statement really refutes the Park Service’s reason, which is that there is just too much interest to make quickly scheduling various simultaneous events feasible. I’m sure the Park Service’s motivations are based on logistics, rather than any more nefarious interest in quelling opposition… Read more
““This is always the way it happens,” said Litterst to the Post. “What makes this so complicated is that not only is this inauguration, but because there has been so much interest on both sides of this election, we are seeing all of these extra events that want to take place at the same time.”” Read more
I’ll have a grande Pikachino with just a Squirtle of cream.
All my money is invested in entropy, so I feel pretty secure.
To be fair, his articles are literally about not trusting forecasts, so if someone’s takeaway was “I should divest because of Hamilton’s forecast,” that’s kind of on them.
And he didn’t even get nailed by the SEC... oh. Awkward.
I’ll have you know that this stuff works quite well. Just the other day my supervisor was explaining that... well, she was saying something about numbers or whatever. I flailed my arms wildly and frantically screamed “WHERE DO YOU COME FROM!? WHERE DO YOU COME FROM!?” in her face. I am now CEO.
Alternate title suggestions for any forthcoming articles about Spencer include: “failed PhD with worst haircut ever loves failed artist with worst mustache ever”; “fascist with carefully coiffed hair ‘looked at a lot of romance novels’ about cowboys”
The two dogs in the seat have a very Lysa and Robin Arryn vibe. The one on the right is all “I want to see him fly, mommy.”