Here's a source for Dr Hoeller's lecture material. Given that I'm up to my ass in snow, I might post some of my notes (as long as we don't lose power).
Endorsement from MysticWicks: "The most fatuous, manipulative, and venomous people to be found here are all of the discordian genre."
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Yeah they are Inuit.
And a bazillion other tribes. calling a non-Inuit tribe member an Inuit also pisses them off.
I just punt and call them "people" or "Native Americans" if I have to be more specific.
Thats right, I remember in Island of the Blue Dolphins (which I read as a kid) the girl in the story kept dealing with the Aleutians (I think she was Inuit) and there's also some other major tirbe that starts with a Y I think.
Also they don't live in igloos. In fact, a lot of them live in houses which are slowly sliding into the rivers due to the warming trends.
ETA: Actually she was Nicoleņo Indian apparently. I just googled it.
The other big group you're probably thinking of is Yupik.
Also, Glenn Beck seems to be epically missing the point that allowing women and gays to fight isn't about making our army more terrifying. It's that it also won't make it LESS terrifying. Enemy soldiers won't know that someone is transgender... they will know that they're getting SHOT AT.
Not the point. He's pandering...Nothing new, but he's doing it badly.
If Filthy Assistant is disgusted by his appeal to ridicule bullshit, then he's missed his target.
I posted the abyss on Facebook and it became a meme.
AAAND The republicans are at it AGAIN!
They're on the list of patrons but are not suspects.
Seems pretty straightforward to me...
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/police-seize-vip-list-in-dawn-1546351QuoteA list of names seized by police probing allegations of child abuse includes ministers, members of the royal household and a world-famous pop star...
All were recorded as visitors to a suburban guest house that operated as a gay brothel.
Now some could be suspects in an investigation into a network of powerful people who were secret paedophiles for years.
And we wonder why there are school shootings.
My friend's son is autistic and hates being the focus of attention. HATES it. He also hates being touched. So in third grade, his teacher decides he just needs to be "brought out of his shell" so she put him at the front of the class, called on him constantly, and made a point of ruffling his hair or touching his shoulders every time she walked past him.
The thing is, there are good teachers. There are excellent teachers. But an awful lot of smart, kind, compassionate people who like working with kids look at the qualifications they would need to get there, the salary they would receive if they did, and the conditions they would have to work in, and they make the decision to go into psychology or sociology or social work instead, where they feel like they have half a chance of actually making a difference. That leaves an awful lot of room in the field for sub-par power-trippers who get off on controlling and tormenting children, and that is, in my opinion, the majority of what we end up with.
What most people don't realize is what happens to your perceptions when you get in a situation like that. It takes frequent training to do things automatically. Going to the range once a month doesn't cut it.
http://www.nspcc.org.uk/news-and-views/our-news/child-protection-news/13-01-11-yewtree-report/yewtree-report-pdf_wdf93652.pdfQuoteChildren as young as eight were abused by Jimmy Savile, a report detailing 50 years of allegations has revealed.
The Met Police and NSPCC outlined offences at 13 hospitals, including Great Ormond Street in London and Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds.
Some 214 crimes were recorded across 28 police force areas, including 34 of rape or penetration, the report said.
The CPS apologised for missing the opportunity to prosecute Savile in 2009, while he was still alive.
Police said the victims' accounts painted a "compelling picture of widespread sexual abuse by a predatory sex offender," and Cdr Peter Spindler, who is leading the abuse probe, said Savile had "groomed the nation".