Sunday, February 7, 2016

Binder Gardens



Republican debate tonight.  Hmmm.  They all said some things I agree with, and paint a pretty picture of what they will do as President.  Just like the Dems.  They all SAY some great things.  Confusing, so I may just go back to supporting Bruce Springsteen.


She's got everything.  You know. If you can get past her looks and smell.

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photoshoot today




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World
Two of the photographs released by the Pentagon from detainee abuse investigations.
Pentagon Releases Small Portion of Photos From Detainee Abuse Cases

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

The Pentagon on Friday released 198 photographs from detainee abuse investigations in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, while blocking the release of 1,800 more.
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Donald J. Trump at the Hampshire Hills Athletic Club in Milford, N.H., on Tuesday.
Donald Trump's Campaign, Billed as Self-Funded, Risks Little of His Fortune

By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE and SARAH COHEN

Mr. Trump's White House run blurs the line between campaigning and brand-building and complicates his claims that he is funding his own campaign.



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Six Grade Student Allegedly Removed From School Due To DNA Profile

by Darren Smith
By Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor
DNA_orbit_animated_static_thumbA California school district faces a lawsuit which has been appealed to the Ninth Circuit were parents of a six-year-old boy having genetic markers for the condition of cystic fibrosis brought suit against the Palo Alto Unified School District claiming the district violated the Americans with Disabilities Act and First Amendment privacy rights of the child.
The case revolves around the issue of genetic discrimination. According to the lawsuit, parents enrolled six-year-old Coleman Chadman at Jordan Middle School. The parents disclosed the genetic marker for Coleman on an interview form requesting information as to the child's medical conditions. As a result of that disclosure, and other events, Coleman was prohibited from attending school due to DNA markers for cystic fibrosis and not for any condition presently manifesting itself as a diagnosis of cystic fibrosis.
The case demonstrates a worrying problem leading to discrimination based on genetic factors where the expression of certain genes is not a guarantee of having such medical problems yet the discrimination is nevertheless applied.
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Saudi Millionaire Cleared of Rape Charge Because He ‘Accidentally Fell’ On Victim and Had Sex


Picture the scene: It’s the middle of the night and a man gets up to switch off the TV and get a glass of water. An 18-year-old girl is sleeping on his sofa so he offers her a t-shirt to wear. Coincidentally, his penis happens to be sticking out of the top of his pants when he trips, falls and accidentally penetrates her. Nah — not having it? Too far fetched?
No, this is not a bad movie script, but the ludicrous story swallowed hook, line, and sinker by the British courts that resulted in a Saudi property developer being cleared of rape charges.
Ehsan Abdulaziz, 46, was accused of forcing himself on the girl who had slept on his sofa in his London flat after a night out drinking. After he already had sex with her 24-year-old friend, he said he might have fallen on top of the teenager while his penis was poking out the top of his underwear.
When arrested, Abdulaziz reportedly told police “she’ll have to prove it.” In his evidence, he said the victim caused him to fall when she put her hand behind his head to pull her towards him. Asked why his DNA was later found in the victim’s vaginal swabs, he claimed he had accidentally fallen on the girl as she was trying to seduce him
“I’m fragile, I fell down but nothing ever happened, between me and this girl nothing ever happened,” he said, claiming that traces of his DNA could have been found in her vagina because of the fall. He also claimed that it was possible that he had semen on his hands after the sexual encounter with her friend.
Despite the physiological impossibility of a man accidentally penetrating a woman, Abdulaziz was cleared of one count of rape at Southwark Crown court.
After Judge Martin Griffiths reportedly gave rare permission for 20 minutes of Abdulaziz’s evidence to be heard in private — many are left wondering what could possibly have been said behind closed doors that saw the Saudi millionaire acquitted after just 30 minutes of deliberations.
This article (Saudi Millionaire Cleared of Rape Charge Because He ‘Accidentally Fell’ on Victim) by Michaela Whitton is free and open source. You have permission to republish this article under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Michaela Whitton and theAntiMedia.orgAnti-Media Radio airs weeknights at 11pm Eastern/8pm Pacific. Image credit: A+A. If you spot a typo, email edits@theantimedia.org.

Millionaire who said he 'tripped,' fell on teen cleared of rape ...

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USA Today
Dec 17, 2015 - Millionaire who said he 'tripped,' fell on teen cleared of rape charge. Ehsan Abdulaziz, 46, said it was possible he had semen on his hands from having sex... raping a teenager after claiming he accidentally tripped and fell on  ...
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Going back to Binder Gardens today to learn more photography.   Photos depict last months orientation.  Fun way to learn





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Great photo shoot today















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Another Academic Faces Prison In Turkey, This Time For A Test Question About Öcalan

by Darren Smith
By Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor
Resat Baris Unlu
Resat Baris Unlu
Three weeks ago, we featured an article describing the plight of dozens of academics who faced arrest after signing a peace petition. These advocates were declared enemies of the Republic of Turkey. Now President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s government will put on trial a Turkish professor who placed onto an exam questions referencing PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan.
Ankara University professor Resat Baris Unlu faces charges for spreading "terrorist propaganda" after presenting his students a question comparing two documents written by the founder of the proscribed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) who is currently serving a life sentence.
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saw a bike at a photo shoot today that interested me.


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