"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Sunday, July 21, 2019

Sunday Comics

Robot Chicken Couch Gag | Season 24 | THE SIMPSONS

1,100 illegal alien Africans apprehended in one border sector

Who is paying to transport thousands from Africa to Mexico to the U.S.?

(Newswars)  -  Border Patrol agents of Del Rio, Texas, have apprehended more than 1,100 migrants from over 19 African countries since May 30, presenting unique challenges for border security after the World Health Organization declared Ebola a global emergency days ago.

The trend of African migrants crossing the border first emerged in late May after buses of hundreds of Congolese migrants were dumped in San Antonio, Texas, without warning.

“The apprehension of people from African countries illegally crossing our borders continues to increase,” Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz said in a written statement Friday.

“Our agents this year have encountered people from 51 countries other than Mexico including 19 countries from the continent of Africa.”

The figures come just days after WHO declared the African-borne Ebola virus a global health emergency after an outbreak was reported in a Congo town bordering Rwanda.

The WHO defines a global emergency as “an extraordinary event which is determined to constitute a public health risk to other states through the international spread of disease and to potentially require a coordinated international response.”

As we reported, no screening procedures were in place when the Congolese migrants were dropped off in San Antonio as they entered the country illegally across the Rio Grande.

The WHO concluded last month that 1 in 4 Ebola cases in the Congo are going undetected, as the country experiences the second worst epidemic on record with 1,600 dead.


Oh no. Not that. Please stay.

Saturday, July 20, 2019

Saturday Sultress - Hot Women of Comic Con

The Return of the Nerds
Comic Con returns to San Diego this week.
I have no problem with hot women 
in breast plates and leather

San Diego Comic-Con International is a multigenre convention held yearly in San Diego, California, United States. It was founded as the "Golden State Comic Book Convention" in 1970 by a group of San Diegans.

The convention is the largest in the Americas and the fourth largest in the world after the Comiket in Japan, the Angoulême International Comics Festival in France, and the Lucca Comics and Games in Italy. In 2010, it filled the San Diego Convention Center to capacity with over 130,000 attendees.

Comic Con is big business.  The movie studios and TV networks line up to preview their products to the fans.

Google, Facebook and Oracle secretly track you watching porn even during 'incognito' mode

Is Congress Being Blackmailed?

  • Have you ever wondered why Congress NEVER calls people to testify who have been banned and de-platformed by Google & Facebook?
  • I would bet $10,000 in cold hard cash that members of Congress were told if they don't play along there might be a "leak" about their visits to child porn or Japanese Tranny porn sites. 

(India TV News)  -  If you think watching pornographic material in the "incognito" mode will not let anyone know, you are mistaken. Google, Facebook and even Oracle cloud are secretly tracking the porn you watch even during the "incognito" mode on your laptop or smartphone.
A new joint study from Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pennsylvania that investigated 22,484 sex websites using a tool called "webXray" revealed that 93 per cent of pages track and leak users' data to third-party organisations.
"Tracking on these sites is highly concentrated by a handful of major companies," said the researchers who identified 230 different companies and services tracking users in their sample.
Of non-pornography-specific services, Google tracks 74 per cent of sites, Oracle 24 per cent and Facebook 10 per cent.
Porn-specific trackers in the top 10 are exoClick (40 per cent), JuicyAds (11 per cent), and EroAdvertising (9 per cent).

End of Summer Bikini Model - Arianny Celeste

"The majority of non-pornography companies in the top 10 are based in the US, while the majority of pornography-specific companies are based in Europe," said the study.
The researchers -- Elena Maris, Microsoft Research; Timothy Libert, Carnegie Mellon University; and Jennifer Henrichsen, University of Pennsylvania -- said they successfully extracted privacy policies for 3,856 sites -- 17 per cent of the total.
"The policies were written in such a way that one might need a two-year college education to understand them. The content analysis indicated 44.97 per cent of them expose or suggest a specific gender/sexual identity or interest likely to be linked to the user," said the study to be published in the journal New Media & Society.
To reach this conclusion, the team created a hypothetical profile named "Jack" who decides to view porn on his laptop.
Jack enables "incognito" mode in his browser, assuming his actions are now private. He pulls up a site and scrolls past a small link to a privacy policy. Assuming a site with a privacy policy will protect his personal information, Jack clicks on a video.
"What Jack does not know is that incognito mode only ensures his browsing history is not stored on his computer. The sites he visits, as well as any third-party trackers, may observe and record his online actions," the researchers noted.
These third-parties may even infer Jack's sexual interests from the URLs of the sites he accesses and might also use what they have decided about these interests for marketing or building a consumer profile. They may even sell the data.
"His assumption that porn websites will protect his information, along with the reassurance of the 'incognito' mode icon on his screen, provide Jack a fundamentally misleading sense of privacy as he consumes porn online," wrote the researchers.
The above hypothetical scenario occurs frequently in reality and is indicative of the widespread data leakage and tracking that can occur on porn sites, they added.
In 2017, Pornhub, one of the largest porn websites, received 28.5 billion visits, with users performing 50,000 searches per second on the site.
Statistics vary as to the amount of overall porn activity on the internet, but a 2017 report indicated porn sites get more visitors each month than Netflix, Amazon, and Twitter combined, and that "30 per cent of all the data transferred across the Internet is porn", with site YouPorn using six times more bandwidth than Hulu.
"While the findings of this study are far from encouraging, we do believe regulatory intervention may have positive outcomes," said the researchers.
India TV News.com

Saturday Sultress - Genevieve Morton

Friday, July 19, 2019

Friday Femmes with Firearms

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.