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originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: MetalThunder
September 1st (Full Corn Moon) + Ten days. Darkness gets us to Sept 11th!
Would it be cathartic to wipe out the scar on humanity from 9/11 by making it a day to mark the demise of the deep state?
originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: PilSungMtnMan
.... Unless you support the POTUS and fight to preserve Freedom lol
Demographically, the furry fandom is comprised predominantly of white males in their teens to mid-twenties. For the most part, they represent what you would expect to find in a typical geek or nerd subculture: Above-average school performance (nearly half are college students), an interest in computers and science, and a passion for video games, science fiction, fantasy, and anime.
Less typical, however, is the fandom’s LGBTQ demographics: Furries are seven times more likely than the general population to identify as transgender and about five times more likely to identify as non-heterosexual.
Given this composition, it should come as no surprise that the furry fandom is a community defined in no small part by its inclusivity. This fandom embraces the norms of being welcoming and non-judgmental to all.
originally posted by: SuperStudChuck
originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: SuperStudChuck
I'm pretty sure this is 4chan trolling
Fair enough... still think the fact that the only specific tie to Pepe as racist is because DTJr tweeted a meme is hilarious.
The Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) is a Chicago, Illinois-based center-left election reform advocacy group formed in 2012. The organization pushes for left-of-center voting policies and election administration. It has a wide reach into local elections offices across the nation and is funded by many left-of-center funding organizations such as the Skoll Foundation, the Democracy Fund, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and the Rockefeller Brothers Foundation.
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan are donating $300 million toward infrastructure to carry out the 2020 US presidential election.
Of that, $250 million will go toward the nonprofit Center for Tech and Civic Life to fund staffing, training, and equipment in local jurisdictions.
The remaining $50 million is going to the nonprofit Center for Election Innovation and Research to help secure voting.
The donations come with Zuckerberg under constant scrutiny over the spread of political misinformation on Facebook and over the company's policies regarding fact-checking.
originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: crankyoldman
Wasn't killing Bin Laden Obama's greatest achievement? What if the story about Bin Laden dying in the caves were real, and only a body double got killed in Pakistan?
The questions would be raised all over the place.