The author of the book One Long Night: A Global History of Concentration Camps agrees that the term “concentration camp” applies to what’s going on in the United States right now:
Not sure what you’re talking about. The sign next door appears to have a name on top (something “Heinz”) and an English description of goods on the bottom (something “& vinegar”). But all of that aside, it would probably make sense that they’d set up shop next to some business that was German.
Unfortunately I had to crop the top photo to fit at the top, but here’s the full image:
When I was in high school I used to dumpster dive at Half Price Books in Minnesota all the time. The manager at the South St. Paul location caught us one time and was so angry. Never made any sense to me when you’re throwing away hundreds of perfectly good books and records every week.
Here’s a palette cleanser:
Don’t make any apologies. Paleofuture is no place for apologizing for one’s love of Disney parks. I won’t have it.
I mean, we know they have viable nuclear weapons. That’s why they’re willing to negotiate now.
You cut off the first part of the sentence: “After the last test in 2017,”
Also, why do French leaders seem to always hold robots like they’re cradling a baby?
I can confirm that this one is real:
The DARPA Robotics Challenge was ostensibly about developing robots to respond in emergency scenarios where humans couldn’t safely travel. (Think a nuclear reactor after a meltdown.)
That’s actor Rip Torn playing Howard Hughes in a play in 1979, just in case anyone’s confused.
Please don’t vote for people who allow these kids to be killed.
This doesn’t happen in other developed countries. (Warning: Extremely graphic video from the Florida shooting showing dead kids.)
An amazing late entry.