2021.04.20 02:19 abarrongirl what's happening to Biercraft on Commercial Drive
2021.04.20 02:19 Cameron_Traer What was the first ever Anime you ever watched as a kid?
2021.04.20 02:19 itsme_matt Beauty
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2021.04.20 02:19 SneakyPanduh My Disappointment Is Immeasurable And My Day Is Ruined...
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2021.04.20 02:19 shaka_STU_lu Dogecoin Could Turn Into a Real Currency To Spend Rather Than Hoard
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2021.04.20 02:19 lxivere so i might be able to do this internship at a biotech company
2021.04.20 02:19 dolcefarniente100 35 [F4M] US - Keep going and going
You know what I've always wanted? My very own bunny rabbit -- a cute, little, pink bunny rabbit I can call my own. I will hug him and pet him and squeeze him and pat him and caress him and...and if you know what I'm about to say next then you should know I'm just kidding. I'm not really looking for a bunny rabbit, just someone who is as cute as one haha. When I say cute, I really mean someone I can connect with and is capable of having a conversation, has a great sense of humor, shows interest, well-rounded, reliable, and consistent. I'm looking for someone who will match my energy and is in it for the long term. I know compared to other posts, this one is severely lacking in personal details but maybe that's a good thing. You know how they used to promote blind dates with a book? Think of this as something similar. Hopefully my post has alluded to my personality and you found something appealing there. If so, go on and click on that button and send me a message so we can start talking.
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2021.04.20 02:19 Mholmes24 How are you trying to improve your mental health during this lockdown?
Not just this lockdown but since the start of the pandemic, how do you keep yourself in check? Im aware things are bad BUT There’s nothing wrong with enjoying life right now, especially if it means your sanity will better from it. Last year was hard personally but this year I suppose the little things are helping to make this year a better one. -I’ve taken up having therapy sessions. -got my g1 -decided to move beside the river How about you?
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2021.04.20 02:19 someAlex Small stones rarity
Hi. I'm playing Dayz for only 150 hours, mostly vanilla, and recently I realised, that I've found small stones only once or twice. And I don't get, what is the idea behind a rarity like that.
Usually I start thinking about stones only because of improvised knife. I was trying to check at railroads, tourist roads, regular roads, coastline... (Chernarus) - no, nothing at all.
Maybe I'm missing something, and there is some reliable way to find stones? (as we have for sticks, for example)
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2021.04.20 02:19 ExoPlanetary_23 Anyone care to post 4/19 Ortex data for this broke ape? Put my money into AMC instead if Ortex sub. Whoops.
Anyone have the Ortex data / screen shot from end of today (4/19). Fintel says 32% short today as is par for the course (bit low compared to recently) but interest for borrow up to 21.12%? Tomorrow gonna be a day!
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2021.04.20 02:19 dreidrool Homemade (not by me) beef stew. Details in comments
2021.04.20 02:19 StillaCentristin2021 Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who engaged rioters, suffered two strokes and died of natural causes, officials say
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RIP Officer Stipnick
US Capitol Law Enforcement Sprayed With Bear Spray
Capitol Police officer Brian D. Sicknick suffered two strokes and died of natural causes a day after he confronted rioters at the Jan. 6 insurrection, the District’s chief medical examiner has ruled.
The ruling, released Monday, will make it difficult for prosecutors to pursue homicide charges in the officer’s death. Two men are accused of assaulting Sicknick by spraying a powerful chemical irritant at him during the siege, but prosecutors have not tied that exposure to Sicknick’s death.
In an interview with The Washington Post, Francisco J. Diaz, the medical examiner, said the autopsy found no evidence the 42-year-old officer suffered an allergic reaction to chemical irritants, which Diaz said would have caused Sicknick’s throat to quickly seize. Diaz also said there was no evidence of internal or external injuries.
Diaz said Sicknick suffered two strokes at the base of the brain stem caused by a clot in an artery that supplies blood to that area of the body. Diaz said he could not comment on whether Sicknick had a preexisting medical condition, citing privacy laws.
In the days after the riot, police and a Justice Department official attributed Sicknick’s death to his efforts to contain the riot.
Democratic House managers arguing for then-President Donald Trump’s impeachment said Sicknick was killed by rioters, citing a New York Times story that said police initially believed Sicknick had been struck with a fire extinguisher. The Times later updated the story saying there was no evidence of blunt-force trauma.
But exactly what caused Sicknick’s death has remained unclear for more than 14 weeks.
Efforts to reach Sicknick’s family on Monday were not successful, and Capitol Police said in a statement that the family had asked for privacy.
Officer Brian D. Sicknick recalled for his ‘shared humanity’
Diaz’s ruling does not mean Sicknick was not assaulted or that the violent events at the Capitol did not contribute to his death. The medical examiner noted Sicknick was among the officers who engaged the mob and said “all that transpired played a role in his condition.”
The Capitol Police said in its statement that the ruling “does not change the fact Officer Brian Sicknick died in the line of duty, courageously defending Congress and the Capitol.” The agency said it will “never forget Officer Sicknick’s bravery, nor the bravery of any officer on January 6, who risked their lives to defend our democracy.”
Christopher Macchiaroli, a former federal prosecutor who handled violent crime cases before grand juries in D.C. Superior Court and U.S. District Court, said a ruling of a death by natural causes “does make it more difficult to bring a homicide prosecution.”
Macchiaroli said additional evidence of some conduct by rioters could emerge independently, which prosecutors could argue contributed to the strokes. But he said that “any defense attorney . . . would use the medical examiner’s conclusions as clear-cut evidence of reasonable doubt.”
In explaining the decision, the medical examiner’s office provided an updated timeline leading up to Sicknick’s death. A statement says Sicknick collapsed 7 hours and 40 minutes after he was sprayed, and then died nearly 24 hours after that.
Sicknick was among hundreds of officers who confronted the violent mob that took over the Capitol, seeking to overturn the election Donald Trump had lost. Nearly 140 officers were assaulted, authorities said, facing some rioters armed with ax handles, bats, metal batons, wooden poles, hockey sticks and other weapons.
In early February, Sicknick, who grew up in South River, N.J., was honored at the U.S. Capitol. His remains were interred at Arlington National Cemetery.
His death is being investigated by D.C. police, who handle all deaths in the District; the Capitol Police; and the FBI.
In a Jan. 8 statement, then-acting U.S. attorney general Jeffrey A. Rosen said Sicknick died of “the injuries he suffered defending the U.S. Capitol.” He promised that local and federal authorities would “spare no resources in investigating and holding accountable those responsible.”
The Capitol Police said in a statement soon after the riot that Sicknick “was injured while physically engaging with protesters.”
Christopher Geldart, the District’s acting deputy mayor for public safety, said Monday that the medical examiner’s office “took the appropriate amount of time to evaluate all the evidence” in Sicknick’s death, which he said including reviewing videos, statements from officers and the results of toxicology screens.
Geldart said Diaz “felt he was able to make this call in good conscience.”
In March, two men — Julian Elie Khater, 32, of Pennsylvania, and George Pierre Tanios, 39, of West Virginia — were accused of assaulting Sicknick with chemical spray during the riot.
At the time of the arrests, the autopsy had not been completed. Tanios’s attorney, Beth Gross with the federal public defender service, declined to comment on the ruling. Attorneys for Khater on Monday did not respond to inquiries.
Arrest papers allege that Khater and Tanios were at the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol at 2:14 p.m. on Jan. 6, where Sicknick and other officers were standing behind metal bicycle racks.
“Give me that bear s---,” Khater said to Tanios on a recorded video, according to court documents.
About nine minutes later, those documents say, after Khater said he had been sprayed with something, Khater is seen on video discharging a canister of a toxic substance into the face of Sicknick and two other officers.
Two arrested in assault on police officer Brian D. Sicknick, who died after Jan. 6 Capitol riot
In a statement after Sicknick died, his family said, “Brian is a hero and that is what we would like people to remember.” The family said at that time that the “direct causes” of his injuries were unknown.
Sicknick grew up in a New Jersey borough south of New Brunswick, the youngest of three brothers. He is survived his siblings, Ken and Craig, his parents Charles and Gladys Sicknick, and his companion of 11 years, Sandra Garza.
Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), paid tribute to Sicknick on the Senate floor on Jan. 19, saying the officer understood “that wearing that uniform, wearing that badge, that you had a sacred duty to protect this sacred space.”
The senator described Sicknick’s death as a “crime” that “demands the full attention of federal law enforcement.” He said that “when white supremacists attacked our nation’s capital, they took the life of one of our officers. They spilled his blood, they took our son away from his parents. They took a sibling away from their brothers.”
Sicknick joined the New Jersey Air National Guard in 1997 and had been assigned to the 108th Air Refueling Wing at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey. The Guard said he deployed to Saudi Arabia in 1999 and to Kyrgyzstan in 2003.
Although Sicknick supported Trump, those who encountered him said his political views did not align neatly with one political party. Messages he sent to his congressman, Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.), were “polite and measured,” according to a spokesman for the lawmaker. Sicknick opposed impeachment for Trump and favored gun control. He was concerned about animal cruelty and the national debt.
During the ceremony in February honoring Sicknick at the Capitol, fellow officers, lawmakers, and President Biden and first lady Jill Biden paid their respects. In February, Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) described Sicknick as a “peacekeeper, not only in duty but in spirit.”
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2021.04.20 02:19 jerseyanarchist My wife was having trouble with her phone,
So check this...
The wife is raging over her phone being full and she's trying to make room for a rick rot video.
My son is asking her if she wants help, which makes more rage. So then there's me,
Looking up the perfect sound to make.
Cue G&R - patience ...... At full volume
She gave me "the look"
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2021.04.20 02:19 Jellyfish2_0 Almost gave me a concussion.
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2021.04.20 02:19 Yeet64920 Does the 4th rivalz challenge not require a forced fumble now?
2021.04.20 02:19 proanti dork ass losers
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2021.04.20 02:19 ricbelike Should I cancel my appointment tomorrow??
Pfizer first dose scheduled for tomorrow but Im feeling nervous because ever since last year January 2020 before covid even came to the states, my chest has been feeling tight. Most likely due to stress from school. It hurts a little bit whenever I sneeze or get up at times, feels like it wants to be cracked. I just don’t know if the vaccine will make it feel worse and I aaw that if it causes any chest pain that you need to call 911 so aaa. Thoughts??
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2021.04.20 02:19 Longjumping_Cat1603 Should I buy GameStop??
2021.04.20 02:19 Individual-Method710 Hola chicos este es mi codigo por si quieren ser mis amigos
2021.04.20 02:19 TG_UNderSCOReD Help me
Im stuck on level 3 or so i think i’m low on almond water and food. I only have 4 more rounds in my pistol. Should I try and find an exit very quickly. Or die to an entity , off my self with the pistol, or find a party goer. Any advice will help a ton.
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2021.04.20 02:19 nigg-assbuster Cyberpunk and doom eternal best settings
2021.04.20 02:19 WallyPT Disney entertainment chief says ABC passes on 'incredibly well-written scripts' because they don't meet new diversity standards
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2021.04.20 02:19 Fuk17 Total dry weight for all 3 plants 658.71 Grams / 23,Oz.
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2021.04.20 02:19 bettinafairchild Self-aware Wolf who wrote the book on unfairly judging by appearances, judges people by appearances
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2021.04.20 02:19 Plus-Yak994 What happened to Ninja Way Mission? The first three chapters are only available.