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Quadruple Nigger is too generous.
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lool

Your daily reminder #WakandaIsntReal: 50 Foot-High Garbage Pile in Maputo, Mozambique Collapses, Killing 17 People
http://stuffblackpeopledontlike.blogspot.com/2018/02/your-daily-reminder-wakandaisntreal-50.html


and also

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/02/24/woman-defecates-in-pants-to-hide-drugs-during-arrest-cops-say.html
"Officers had to sift through the woman's feces to retrieve the evidence after Martin was booked on charges of tampering with evidence and possession of a controlled substance."
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You sound like you're speaking from experience there, that, and that fact that you're talking about events that will take place so far in the future that humans, if they exist at that time (which they probably won't), will be unrecognizable as human...which is just fucking stupid.

"We might not be even alive at that time, so why bother?"

That is some grade A long-term planning, my neurosyphilis-ridden friend.

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It's funny watching you try to be academic when you clearly don't have the capacity for it. Nearly as funny as watching you try to land a sick burn.

Luckily for me, the opinions of retarded faggots on internet message boards isn't exactly at the top of my list of things to be concerned about.

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If you're representative of your people, then it's no wonder Estonia is a backwater Russian shithole trying to be European, and your women travel abroad to fuck people like me...

So you claim there are women that travel to other countries just to have sexual intercourse with you?

 :rolleyes:
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Goon Acres / Re: The Wow Thread
« Last post by 56% Scrotal Sack plz on Today at 02:21:40 PM »
Those teeth.

>co.uk

Oh. :geithner:
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Quote from: snownigger
On the contrary, we can predict it rather well. Most people think we have hundreds of millions of years, if not a billion years until the photosynthesis stops, the oceans evoporate and the Sun becomes too hot to handle.

250 000 - 450 000 years from know, a star called Hipparcos 85605 might pass as close as 0.13 ly from the Sun. The star's path will mean it will dislodge a fuckton of comets, asteroids and dwarf planets from the Oort cloud and send them towards us to the inner Solar system.

In 1.35 million years, Gliese 710 will pass us by very close (perhaps as close as 0.2 ly), by some calculations close enough to affect Kuiper belt objects and knock them off their orbits in our direction.
:stewart::tom: :stewart:

You know these cheap Czech whores you bang? Are you sure one of them didn't have syphilis? Because the nastiest forms can infect your brain. It's called neurosyphilis. You might want to get it checked out. I don't have the rest of your medical history, but judging by your posting there is definitely something seriously wrong with your brain.
You sound like you're speaking from experience there, that, and that fact that you're talking about events that will take place so far in the future that humans, if they exist at that time (which they probably won't), will be unrecognizable as human...which is just fucking stupid.
It's funny watching you try to be academic when you clearly don't have the capacity for it. Nearly as funny as watching you try to land a sick burn.
If you're representative of your people, then it's no wonder Estonia is a backwater Russian shithole trying to be European, and your women travel abroad to fuck people like me...
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Companies are also deathly afraid of lawsuits.  There are two landmark lawsuits, in particular, that completely changed the corporate landscape..  The first was the Texaco class action racial discrimination lawsuit.  From now on, if any corporate executive gets caught on tape saying the word "nigger", then every brown person in the company just hit the lottery.  The other landmark lawsuit was the tobacco class action lawsuit.  Big oil, in particular, is deathly terrified of being the next tobacco.  That is why they are complete and utter pussies when it comes to global warming denial.  And this just goes to show you how just about every meaningful gain that the Left has made over the past 20-30 years has been via the courts. 
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Quote from: snownigger
On the contrary, we can predict it rather well. Most people think we have hundreds of millions of years, if not a billion years until the photosynthesis stops, the oceans evoporate and the Sun becomes too hot to handle.

250 000 - 450 000 years from know, a star called Hipparcos 85605 might pass as close as 0.13 ly from the Sun. The star's path will mean it will dislodge a fuckton of comets, asteroids and dwarf planets from the Oort cloud and send them towards us to the inner Solar system.

In 1.35 million years, Gliese 710 will pass us by very close (perhaps as close as 0.2 ly), by some calculations close enough to affect Kuiper belt objects and knock them off their orbits in our direction.
:stewart::tom: :stewart:

You know these cheap Czech whores you bang? Are you sure one of them didn't have syphilis? Because the nastiest forms can infect your brain. It's called neurosyphilis. You might want to get it checked out. I don't have the rest of your medical history, but judging by your posting there is definitely something seriously wrong with your brain.
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There is no greater example of suicidal poz that I can think of than the adoption by the oil industry of "Climate Change" bullshit.  A huge part of this problem is driven by the fact that corporate leaders are so frequently out of touch with the average Joe that they have no concept of what is needed from a PR standpoint.  The media creates the perception that the public is up in arms over issue X, so the HR department and the diversity consultants tell the corporate leaders that they have to adopt the media's position on issue X.  And thus, you get oil companies sponsoring the polar bear exhibit at the zoo?  This is, of course, retarded, because by showing that you "care" about the polar bears, you are accepting the Leftist premise that your product is killing all of the polar bears. 

And you have cities trying to attract corporate business by highlighting their "diversity"...

http://tucson.com/news/national/cities-pitching-diversity-in-efforts-to-lure-businesses/article_caae9675-d320-598f-82b1-73ba915fe54a.html

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Some cities and regions are highlighting racial diversity along with positive business climates, competitive tax rates and available land in pitches to lure tech companies and high-paying jobs to town.

Places such as Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Detroit are touting their populations of people of color to chief executives and other corporate officials as part of being open for business.

"For Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania, ethnic and racial diversity has been an integral part of our history and a rich part of our narrative," said Stefani Pashman, CEO of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development.

Pittsburgh and Philadelphia are among 20 cities still under consideration by online retail giant Amazon as locations for the company' second headquarters.

Pashman said to succeed as a player in a global economy, Pittsburgh "must be a place where there's a base of talent that looks and thinks like the world because the world is the customer in today's economy."

When Seattle-based Amazon sought proposals for its second headquarters, more than 240 cities and regions submitted bids and pitches about what they could offer the retailer. Many pitches came with sleek, professionally filmed videos of bright and busy downtowns, historic landmarks and recreational opportunities.

Some also featured snapshots of racial diversity in neighborhoods, shops and classrooms. That's something sought by younger workers who will come to dominate a more tech-driven global economy, according to ((marketing experts)).

Companies generally are looking to employ a lot of millennials and those hires are saying they "want to be able to work and live in a place where there are these interesting and diverse cultures," said Matthew Quint, director of Columbia Business School's Center on Global Brand Leadership.  ed:  this guy has a communications and a PoliSci degree 

But tech-based corporations are lacking in diversity, according to some data.

High-tech employment of African-Americans in the U.S. was 7.4 percent compared with 14.4 percent employment of blacks in the public sector overall, according to 2014 data collected by the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Hispanic high-tech employment was 8 percent compared to 13.9 percent in the public sector overall.

The data also showed that less than 1 percent of executives at some leading Silicon Valley tech firms were black and fewer than 2 percent were Hispanic.

"All tech companies are under this lens, presently, for their lack of diversity," Quint said. "CEOs are talking about 'we know we need to change.'"

Meanwhile, he said, cities recognize the racial diversity they offer is attractive and they're telling companies, "You are going to have this diverse population to choose from as you're looking to change your brand."

Pittsburgh is in Allegheny County. About 202,000 of Pittsburgh's 305,000 residents are white, and about 74,000 are black, according to census data. An additional 16,000 are Asian.

In its pursuit of Amazon's $5 billion second headquarters project, which could result in possibly 50,000 jobs, Pittsburgh's video entry is titled "Future. Forged. For all."

In Philadelphia's pitch to Amazon, a half-dozen or so non-white professionals tell why it would be the best place for the company's new headquarters.

Dallas-Fort Worth also is among the more than 240 cities and regions to make a run at Amazon and also made the cut down to 20. A video that's part of Dallas-Fort Worth's proposal shows a boy of eastern Indian heritage holding a sign that reads: "Diversity."

Detroit's pitch included a 240-page "Move Here. Move the World" book that featured blacks and other minorities who own businesses and also highlighted Hispanic heritage events. But the Motor City, which is 80 percent black and anchors a metropolitan area that also has sizable Arab-American and Hispanic populations, didn't make Amazon's cut.

Officials in Detroit say the city's promotion of its diversity didn't start with its run at Amazon and won't stop now that the company has its eyes elsewhere.

"We are going to use that material as much as we can with all of our other business opportunities," said Jed Howbert, the city's group executive for Planning, Housing and Development. "We think the diversity of Detroit and the whole metro area is one of the most important assets we have in attracting companies."  :tyrone:

Tina Wells, founder and CEO of Haddonfield, New Jersey-based Buzz Marketing Group, said she's not aware of other instances in which cities pushed their diversity to companies like some have to Amazon. But, she said, it's "less about marketing a city's blackness and more about showing a city is diverse and open to everyone."

"When you think about vibrant cities you want to make sure you tell people, 'You're welcome here,'" Wells said. "I just think we're a little slow in reflecting what these cities look like."

My company has a large facility in Detroit.  We can't find qualified people there to save our lives.  It's an absolutely Godawful place to run a business.  The taxes are terrible and the workforce is utterly worthless.  The "diversity" there is nothing but trouble.  Any CEO who relocates a facility or builds a new one with "diversity" as a qualification should be fired by the board of directors on the spot.  We will probably have to endure at least a few more years of this bullshit until boomers have aged into retirement or death and Generation Z has entered the workforce in large amounts. 

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I'm torn on Musk - I hate him for Tesla and the nerd worship he gets for that, but I love him for the SpaceX stuff. 
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Quoted for amusement incase the retarded snownigger changes it.
Comedy gold.

Care to point out something specific that you have a problem with? Because unless you do, your post is as worthless as... well, all your other posts I guess.

Quote from: snownigger
On the contrary, we can predict it rather well. Most people think we have hundreds of millions of years, if not a billion years until the photosynthesis stops, the oceans evoporate and the Sun becomes too hot to handle.

250 000 - 450 000 years from know, a star called Hipparcos 85605 might pass as close as 0.13 ly from the Sun. The star's path will mean it will dislodge a fuckton of comets, asteroids and dwarf planets from the Oort cloud and send them towards us to the inner Solar system.

In 1.35 million years, Gliese 710 will pass us by very close (perhaps as close as 0.2 ly), by some calculations close enough to affect Kuiper belt objects and knock them off their orbits in our direction.
:stewart::tom: :stewart:

You mock but at least he's looking ahead and showing some vision. Ofc, the west getting it's shit together wrt kicking out economic migrants and welfare leeches should be the first step, but there's no reason we can't work on space exploration AND niggerdeath at the same time.
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