Donnell Rawlings Says Most Women Were Fine with Harvey Weinstein's Sexual Aggression

Donnell Rawlings on WeinsteinMost Women Were Fine With Weinstein’s Sexual Aggression 10/17/2017 6:48 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Harvey Weinstein actually had a good track record sexually harassing women, because most didn’t complain … so says Donnell Rawlings. We got an inebriated Donnell Monday night outside the Peppermint Club in WeHo, and he spoke at his peril, saying […]

WATCH: Cops Respond to Bank Robber by Shooting His Hostage 9 Times

WATCH: Cops Respond to Bank Robber by Shooting His Hostage 9 Times

Eufaula, OK — A woman who was shot 9 times by police while she was being held as a hostage at a bank in Eufaula, Oklahoma, is now seeking compensation for the horrific attack that left her disabled. Julie Huff was a customer at the Bank of Eufaula on Jan. 21, 2016, when a robber […]

Tom ‘two-dinners’ Watson joins Guantanamo solidarity hunger strike

Tom ‘two-dinners’ Watson joins Guantanamo solidarity hunger strike

Published time: 17 Oct, 2017 11:45 Labour’s deputy leader Tom Watson has gone on a hunger strike in solidarity with prisoners in Guantanamo Bay. Watson will go without food and will drink only water as he protests against the treatment of Ahmed Rabbani and Khalid Qasim in the US-controlled prison in Cuba. According to reports, […]

Comey drafted ‘unclassified’ statement ending Clinton email investigation long before case closed

Published time: 17 Oct, 2017 06:42 In newly-released documents, the FBI confirms that former Director James Comey sent a draft statement regarding the conclusion of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, months before interviewing her. The title of the release is ‘Drafts of Director Comey’s July 5, 2016 Statement Regarding Email Server Investigation’. This title refers […]

It looks like an oxymoron, but Earth optimism is worth a try

It looks like an oxymoron, but Earth optimism is worth a try

Are things looking up?Roland Seitre/ FIFTY-FIVE years ago last month, Rachel Carson published her seminal book Silent Spring. Its warning that indiscriminate use of pesticides was poisoning the planet is frequently credited with having started the modern environmental movement. What has that movement achieved? Arguably not much. Certainly not enough. Pesticides still abound, we’re in […]

Dam controversy: Remaking the Mekong

Published online 19 October 2011 | Nature478, 305-307 (2011) | doi:10.1038/478305a News Feature Scientists are hoping to stall plans to erect a string of dams along the Mekong River. Gayathri Vaidyanathan Damming the Mekong River could harm millions who rely on migratory fish, such as the fishermen in this floating village in Kandal, Cambodia.H. Sinith/AP […]

Man who declared knife “fake weapon” shocked that it could still stab him.

“That would really smart if I believed in knives.” Following in the now popular trend of calling things you don’t like “fake” to discredit them, Seattle Convenient Store Clerk, Fred Nunchenhausen declared the knife of a would be robber fake during an armed robbery. Although, Mr. Nunchenhausen was able to prevent the robbery, he was […]

Donald Trump Is Not A Bimbo

Just because he can’t call an American Nazi a terrorist, or a white supremest a terrorist, the World International Society of Psychiatry and Stability, announced that they do not believe that Donald Trump’s bone spurs, (the same bone spurs that secured five deferments during Viet Nam) migrated to his brain. Professionally in the know, the […]

Exam Board to set new GCSE in cramming for exams

Teachers’ unions reacted with dismay today as the Midland Examining Group announced that, for GCSE courses starting from September 2018, it will begin offering a new qualification in ‘Test theory and Examination technique’ with the first exams to be set in summer 2020. ‘We see this as the culmination of a drive by successive governments […]

Hurricane Ophelia to be trialled in Scotland

Tropical cyclone Hurricane Orphelia is to be trialled in Scotland as a preparation for possible rollout across the UK, the Government has announced. A Government minister told us: ‘If we look at the previous ‘no hurricanes’ system, the wealthier in society were forced to take the brunt of the winds via damage to their yachts, […]