News: "the lot of you are some of the most vicious, name calling, vile examples of humanity I've had the misfortune of attempting to communicate with.  Even attempting to mimic the general mood of the place toward people who think differently leaves a slimy feel on my skin.  Reptilian, even."

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Started by ñͤͣ̄ͦ̌̑͗͊͛͂͗ ̸̨̨̣̺̼̣̜͙͈͕̮̊̈́̈͂͛̽͊ͭ̓͆ͅé ̰̓̓́ͯ́́͞, October 25, 2018, 07:49:49 AM

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Quote from: Cain on October 27, 2018, 11:29:55 AM
Who wants to read the alleged bomber's twitter archive?  Of course you do

That looks legit, but because I know I'll be asked—how do we know those are his accounts?
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I'm not sure where the original information came from regarding his accounts, but that and another account have been named as his by several credible news sites.  That link itself came from Slate, if that helps.


What's this I hear about unpostmarked stamps???
"a real smart feller, he felt smart"


Quote from: rong on October 27, 2018, 07:59:17 PM
What's this I hear about unpostmarked stamps???

QuoteFour separate officials briefed on, or involved with, the investigation have told NBC this week that some packages were not postmarked because the soft packaging could not go through the postal machines.

In fact, the U.S. Postal Service's own website says postmarks aren't required in all cases.

"Postmarks are not required for mailings bearing a permit, meter, or precanceled stamp for postage, nor to pieces with an indicia applied by various postage evidencing systems," the USPS says on this page.