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It’s Happened: Paramilitary Police vs Civilians in Anaheim

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In case you missed it, there’s been protests for days in Anaheim after another young man of color was shot and killed by the police.

Hundreds decrying police violence march in Anaheim

Who the heck are these guys?  Police, really?  If so, why the military gear?  If not, are they private contractors?  That’s allowed now, btw.  

Read the warning I posted December 5th, 2011

 SCARY: Department of Defense DIRECTIVE NUMBER 3025.18 December 29, 2010

If I have interpreted the DoD Directive correctly, Private contractors like Blackwater (Xe) and Dycorp, both now owned by Private Equity firms, or any of the thousands now working for the DoD could be used to corral us.

So, who are these guys in the photos?  Police, military, or mercenaries?  Who’s paying them?  Disneyland or Anaheim?

Anaheim needs to know.

This video of police shooting rubber bullets into crowd of women and children as well as unleashing a dog that attacked a women holding her baby was uploaded on July 22, 2012

ACU is some of the worst camo ever.  Forget the fact that they are in the city that stuff is awful in any environment.  It’s a martial law fashion statement because it has zero functional advantage other than intimidation.

Welcome to the police state. This is how law enforcement will eventually look throughout the country. They are militarizing the police. Many departments have been investing in military hardware.

Awesome.

Spent July 4th eating Pizza, listening to Murray Rothbard’s “For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto”, and playing Skyrim. Not a bad day at all.


Claudia’s doctor, Paolo Macchiarini, had decided to try a radical alternative.
Working with a team in Sweden, he got a trachea for Claudia, as usual, from a donor. But this time they washed it clean of all surface cells, leaving only the skeleton structure underneath. Then, they surgically removed some stem cells from Claudia’s bone marrow and shipped them to Bristol University in Britain, where Birchall got them to multiply by the millions and fed them a broth designed to turn them into tracheal cells.
Now comes the We’ve Never Done This Before part: The trachea was then “dipped” into a bath of Claudia’s cells, to see if they would attach.
A company in America, Harvard Bioscience Inc., of Holliston, Mass., makes a shoebox-sized “bioreactor” for just this purpose. It looks like a rotisserie for barbecuing chickens.
Birchall and his team took the new trachea, mounted it onto a rotating drum, and then dropped it into a nutrient medium so Claudia’s cells would grow and spread, then lifted it out, so the cells could get oxygen, then dumped it back in again. In, out, in out, until … the underlying Y-shaped scaffold was covered with Claudia’s cells. This trachea now was Totally Claudia on the outside.
That done, Birchall’s team booked the only direct flight from Bristol to Barcelona, operated by an airline called easyJet. Birchall insists he had “several conversations” with the airline to make sure everything would go smoothly. The trachea had 16 hours to get into Claudia. That’s when easyJet said no.
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If this isn’t reason enough to hate airport security.

Claudia’s doctor, Paolo Macchiarini, had decided to try a radical alternative.

Working with a team in Sweden, he got a trachea for Claudia, as usual, from a donor. But this time they washed it clean of all surface cells, leaving only the skeleton structure underneath. Then, they surgically removed some stem cells from Claudia’s bone marrow and shipped them to Bristol University in Britain, where Birchall got them to multiply by the millions and fed them a broth designed to turn them into tracheal cells.

Now comes the We’ve Never Done This Before part: The trachea was then “dipped” into a bath of Claudia’s cells, to see if they would attach.

A company in America, Harvard Bioscience Inc., of Holliston, Mass., makes a shoebox-sized “bioreactor” for just this purpose. It looks like a rotisserie for barbecuing chickens.

Birchall and his team took the new trachea, mounted it onto a rotating drum, and then dropped it into a nutrient medium so Claudia’s cells would grow and spread, then lifted it out, so the cells could get oxygen, then dumped it back in again. In, out, in out, until … the underlying Y-shaped scaffold was covered with Claudia’s cells. This trachea now was Totally Claudia on the outside.

That done, Birchall’s team booked the only direct flight from Bristol to Barcelona, operated by an airline called easyJet. Birchall insists he had “several conversations” with the airline to make sure everything would go smoothly. The trachea had 16 hours to get into Claudia. That’s when easyJet said no.

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If this isn’t reason enough to hate airport security.

Hunger.

I could really go for a Reuben right now.

I usually marry Aela.

I usually marry Aela.

I have a question for the world.

mhl1130:

What does someone do with a degree in Gender Studies?

Attempt to make a career in bitching about men and white privilege.

Watching Caddyshack
Sometimes I Wonder

What’s in my wonder ball.

Just Some Thoughts

I don’t use a credit card. If I don’t have cash for it; I probably don’t need it.

Midnight Ice Cream Raid

Now I have ice cream and chocolate syrup all over my beard.

At least I can enjoy my sundae longer.

Awesome.

I am down to only needing four hours of sleep. Sleep is for the weak.

So you guys were right about Game of Thrones.

It is awesome. I really enjoyed the first episode. I hope the rest bring the same experience.

Alright, I need to design a flag and uniforms.

This requires some reflection.