it’s not real meat :P
I’m sorry please don’t beat me up I can’t fight just take my lunch money and leave me alone please I didn’t mean anything by it im so sorry don’t give me a wedgie anything but that
I’m not a fuckin bully
and I asked if I could be put on the priority list for the Mac beta bc I got a windows beta key but I don’t have a windows computer :P and the last time I emailed them they told me I should try emailing customer service (which is what I was doin lol) so I emailed them again and explained my situation and that’s how we got here
eltonbrand said:get me beta key
they put me on the priority list for the Mac beta bc I got a pc beta and couldn’t even use it
POLICE will be given sweeping new powers to smash union picket lines or protests threatening violence or that blockade businesses.
Draft laws to be introduced to State Parliament today would allow police to order protesters to “move on” if they restrict access to property, or are “causing others to have a reasonable fear of violence”.
It would also apply to anyone who commits an offence in a public place, or who endangers someone’s safety.
Protesters would face $720 fines and could be arrested for ignoring the move-on orders.
In extreme circumstances, serial pests could be subject to a 12-month exclusion order allowing police to arrest them on sight if they repeatedly show up at the same picket lines. The Napthine Government’s laws are aimed at clamping down on violent protests, like those that dogged the Grocon Emporium site.
East West Link protesters could also be in the firing line, after they tried to stop construction company staff from going to work earlier this year.
But peaceful protests, like yesterday’s by paramedics at Parliament over pay and conditions, would be unaffected.
Attorney-General Robert Clark said every Victorian had the right to protest and express their views. “However, when individuals resort to unlawful tactics that threaten the livelihood of law-abiding businesses, employees and their families, they must be held to account,” he said.
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Mandela interpreter says he suffers from schizophrenia
NBC News: A South African sign language interpreter accused of gesticulating gibberish during a memorial to Nelson Mandela defended his “champion” performance Thursday, but said he may have suffered a schizophrenic episode while on stage.Photo: India’s President Pranab Mukherjee speaks alongside a sign language interpreter during a memorial service for late South African President Nelson Mandela on Dec. 10, 2013. (Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters)