humans have also lived without running water, electricity, or vaccines for thousands of years
This is just like the whole anti vaccine movement, we’re going to have to wait for something devastating enough to happen to make them change their ways.
For 200,000 years humans didn’t eat highly processed and fucked with foods sitting in a recliner either. I don’t believe you can possibly get fat on fresh fruit, vegetables, berries, nuts and limited meat. GMOs, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup and sedentary lifestyles are killing us. There is no such thing as obese and healthy by the way. The act of making yourself so rotund does damage to every system and organ in your body…
HFCS ain’t particularly healthy for ya, but saying GMOs and and preservatives are killing us if fucking stupid.
Oh yeah? What are you basing this opinion on?
Imagine going to any other country and demanding they change to appease you…
We! Are! IDIOTS!
I am intelligent… Nobama and his supporters are idiots.
Growing up, my friends and I would ride our bikes all over the neighborhood together. Today, that’s grounds for getting arrested. What are we coming to, America?
A Port St. Lucie, Forida, mom has been arrested and charged with child neglect for daring to let her son, 7, play in the park half a mile from home. He was happily walking there when a busybody noticed him and asked where his mommy was. Then the busybody called the cops, since apparently no child should ever be outside without a private security detail.
The police descended upon the scene of the crime and later arresting the mom for the usual charge of child neglect. What if something bad had happened?
I rode as many as 10 miles away while on my bike as a kid. I was gone from sunrise to sunset too…maybe once in a while would come home and eat lunch…but we were always outside.
islam: the religion of peace and human shields. seriouschild
On July 15th Washington Post correspondent William Booth, reporting from Gaza, wrote:
At the Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, crowds gathered to throw shoes and eggs at the Palestinian Authority’s health minister, who represents the crumbling “unity government” in the West Bank city of Ramallah. The minister was turned away before he reached the hospital, which has become a de facto headquarters for Hamas leaders, who can be seen in the hallways and offices.
There are also reports of Hamas using reporters as human shields. For example, the Japanese daily Mainichi’s correspondent in Gaza reported on Monday:
Hamas criticizes that “Israel massacres civilians”. On the other hand, it tries to use evacuating civilians and journalists by stopping them and turning them into “human shields”, counteracting thoroughly with its guerrilla tactics…
Hamas’s “Human Shield” strategy is also aimed at foreign journalists…
Nostalgia is just about the only thing the middle class can still afford. That’s because median wealth is about 20 percent lower today, in inflation-adjusted dollars, than it was in 1984.
Yes, that’s three lost decades.
Now, as you might expect, the middle class has been hit particularly hard by the Great Recession and the not-so-great recovery. It’s all about stocks and houses. The middle class doesn’t have much of the former, but it does have a lot of the latter. And that’s bad news, because, even though the crash decimated both, real estate hasn’t come back nearly as much as equities have. So the top 1 percent, who hold more of their wealth in stocks, have made up more of the ground they lost. But, as the Russell Sage Foundation points out, the slow housing recovery means that, in 2013, median households were still 36 percent poorer than they were a decade earlier.
Companies can’t keep your data safe. It’s that simple.
When Target lost data on some 110 million customers, it recommended them to credit bureau Experian for “identity theft protection,” offering to cover the cost for a year.
Think you’re in better hands? Think again.
Sometime before the Target (TGT) hack, Experian had its own data leak — via a subsidiary. That data leak got plugged before Target sent victims to Experian. But it shows that even those entrusted with our most sensitive data don’t know how to protect it.
Experian unknowingly sold the personal data of millions of Americans — including Social Security numbers — to a fraudster in Vietnam. That guy then sold the personal information to identity thieves around the globe.
It wasn’t until U.S. Secret Service agents alerted Experian that the company stopped.