PM Slog: Facebook Narks on Nebraska Teen for Alleged Abortion, Amazon to Test Robots in Macy’s Building, Seattle Give Cops More Cheese

Today in the “raid”: Andrew Yang, a former presidential candidate and one of the masterminds behind the doomed Forward Party, believes the raid was “political”. He also has think it’s ok “strengthen this case for millions of Americans who will see this as unjust persecution.” If you want to know what the third way is, now you know. The White House claims it knew Jack about the raid. “The president was not informed, was not aware, no. No one at the White House was notified,” said press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. Finally, there is not a head wearing a cap in the MAGA country that does not feel like all the heavens have fallen on him. Not everyone knows what to do with their hands and mouths. Twitter identified this frenzy as the MAGAMeltdown.

Speaking of the MAGA country: Trump-endorsed candidate Joe Kent defeated incumbent Republican Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler in Washington’s 3rd congressional district, according to the Seattle Times. Residents of that state’s southwest rejected her for committing the sin of voting to impeach Donald Trump. Kent will face Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, a local mechanic, in the general election.

The good news is Seattle City Council member Alex Pedersen introduced legislation that would “phase out the use of gas-powered leaf blowers in Seattle”. The bad news is that, if passed, the city government can continue to use these horrible, loud, and totally useless machines until 2025, and residents and businesses can use them until 2027. We’re in 2022. Fall is fast approaching. The leaves, red and gold, will soon begin to fall. Why can’t we ban gas-powered leaf blowers right now? Rakes can do the job in October. Rakes can be great job creators.

Amazon really plans to test retail robots in the basement of the downtown building formerly occupied by Macy’s. People worked there, which used to be the men’s clothing section. From now on, it will be occupied by machines with human displacement. This alone explains why robots are feared in so many sci-fi movies. Puget Sound Business Journal:

The [Amazon] describes an automated storage and retrieval system where garments from various manufacturers are stored, rolled, and hung in 9-foot storage towers called pods. When an item is ordered, autonomous robots pick up a pod containing the item from the storage field and transport it to picking stations where employees pick up the item. Employees would return the item using the same process in reverse.

For some background on this recent robot development, I really recommend reading my 2018 article, “Amazon humiliates downtown Macy’s.”

Why can’t we have a thunderstorm tonight? Instead, we must wait until tomorrow night to see the satanic cracks of light and hear the rolls and rumble of thunder. By the way, I come from a country where during the rainy season the main newspaper keeps a tally of people killed by lightning. I miss this deep rooted fear of the raw power of nature. When you saw dark clouds massing in the distance, you got on your bike and reserved it. You didn’t want to be number 119. ZimLive:

Zimbabwe is one of the most lightning-prone countries in the world: it holds a world record for lightning-related fatalities. During the rainy season, lightning normally kills up to 100 people, mostly children in rural areas.

Will Casey, The foreigners cops and courts reporter, writes that Mayor Harrell’s hiring incentives for cops came one step closer to becoming law: At today’s Public Safety and Human Services Committee meeting, council members Lisa Herbold, Sara Nelson, Alex Pedersen and Andrew Lewis voted to advance Herbold’s bill authorizing the money which the Seattle Police Department needs to implement the mayor’s plan to hire new officers and keep the cops we have.

Will Casey also reports that council member Teresa Mosqueda was the only one to vote ‘no’, saying frontline officers she spoke with told her ‘no amount of money’ would make up for the frustration they feel when they have nowhere to take people in crisis once they picked them up from the street. Herbold and Lewis also expressed frustration with the lack of progress by the SPD and the mayor’s office in developing alternative response programs that could take those calls off the cops’ plate, but they ended up voting to give the office of the mayor and the SPD all the money they asked for. for anyway. The full council will vote on the bill next Tuesday.

A Seattle man is suspected of killing his older brother with an AR-15 type rifle. The incident happened near Lake Diablo, which is in North Cascades National Park. KIRO 7: “North Cascade National Park Rangers responded to a report of a single gunshot, followed by several more gunshots in quick succession.” After a quick search, rangers found numerous blood and bullet holes and a lifeless body. The younger brother was found, arrested and later “confessed to shooting his brother…several times with intent to kill him”.

Damn! Facebook gave Nebraska cops private chats regarding alleged teenage abortion. The teenager communicated with her mother. Now the mother and daughter are charged with “a series of crimes and misdemeanors”. I remember when Apple refused to unlock the phones of terrorists who killed three people. Facebook doesn’t care. In this case, it is fair to use the sinister expression “sold downstream”.

Remember this warning made the day Roe vs. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court?

It was only a matter of time before Elizabeth McLaughlin’s prognosis on the post-roe deer materialized digital world.

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department suspects beast mode was in drunk mode while driving this morning. In other words, “[f]Former Seahawks star Marshawn Lynch has been arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of driving under the influence.”

Let’s end with this classic by The greatest Canadian rapper of all time, Saukrates:

Comments are closed.