MAGA woman has a breakdown over Biden being inaugurated : PublicFreakout. Rep. Mary Miller is despicable. : illinois. Why Five Guys always gives you so many extra fries. If you've ever been to a Five Guys location, then you know that regardless of what size you order, there's always a "topper," which is that extra scoop of fries piled into the bottom of the bag.
According to PopSugar, the idea behind giving customers so many extra fries is that the guests think they're getting a great deal. The extra fries, however, are factored into the menu pricing, so it really is just an illusion of receiving more than your money's worth. According to Reader's Digest, the founder of the restaurant, Jerry Murrell, it's better for customers to feel that they their serving of fries was too large. He even told Food Republic, "People complain that they get too many fries. Fun fact- Trump is a record setting President : PoliticalHumor.
Wait , What!!!???? : HolUp. No surprises here - Information and the press — Turning Chaos. After some number of points, you realize the data is a normal distribution or bell-curve and you can make some determination about its structure.
In this case, the mean or average value as well as its width (or standard deviation). Let's say the average value is 0 and the standard deviation is 1. This means that 68% of the values will be between -1 and 1, 95% will be between -2 and 2, and >99% will be between -3 and 3. Great! Let's say the next set of messages that you get are 0, 0.1, and 1. What if you get a message of 10? Why does 10 have so much information? News media In today's polarized media, each side of the media discourse has established its perspective, and the content they publish conforms to this perspective.
When one outlet consistently publishes pieces that align with their perspective, the information content provided by each article starts to diminish. Dofo : onguardforthee. HuffPost is now a part of Verizon Media. HuffPost is part of Verizon Media.
Don't Be a Sucker. The Future of War, and How It Affects YOU (Multi-Domain Operations) - Smarter Every Day 211. They knew all along but still support him : facepalm. Sherlock makes a list of the Trump camp's efforts to cheat, spread lies and stroke fears to de-legitimize the election : bestof. Can someone explain this to me? How did they do it? : Trumpgret. Evangelicals are looking for answers online. They’re finding QAnon instead. The first family to quit Pastor Clark Frailey’s church during the pandemic did it by text message.
It felt to Frailey like a heartbreaking and incomplete way to end a years-long relationship. When a second young couple said they were doubting his leadership a week later, Frailey decided to risk seeing them in person, despite the threat of covid-19. It was late May, and things were starting to reopen in Oklahoma, so Frailey and the couple met in a near-empty fast food restaurant to talk it over. The congregants were worried about Frailey’s intentions. At Coffee Creek, his evangelical church outside Oklahoma City, he had preached on racial justice for the past three weeks. Pastors and congregants disagree all the time, and Frailey doesn’t want to be the sort of Christian leader whom people feel afraid to challenge. At one point he brought up QAnon, the conspiracy theory holding that Donald Trump is fighting a secret Satanic pedophile ring run by liberal elites.
The pastors traded links. Satirical “Protest Jobs” Website Was Source of Official Warnings About Leftist Violence – Mainer. William Lutz - Doublespeak. QAnon’s Coronavirus-Fueled Boom Is A Warning Of What's To Come. Hours after the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a global pandemic on March 11, Fox News primetime host Sean Hannity pondered the news on his radio show.
It “may be true,” he mused to his audience of millions, that “coronavirus fearmongering by the deep state will go down in history as one of the biggest frauds to manipulate economies, suppress dissent and push mandated medicines.” Once again, far-right conspiracy theories had broken loose from internet dens and shaped mainstream conservative media coverage. Hannity, a close confidant to President Donald Trump, was parroting a known promoter of QAnon, the online fringe movement that claims a “deep state” cabal of Satanist elites is running an international child sex trafficking ring, among an ever-expanding repertoire of other falsehoods.