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Cinnamon last won the day on May 21

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  1. Was it a wolf, some type of hybrid, or a creature that hasn't been seen in Montana since the Ice Age? On May 16 a lone wolf-like animal was shot and killed on a ranch outside Denton. With long grayish fur, a large head and an extended snout, the animal shared many of the same characteristics as a wolf; but its ears were too large, it's legs and body too short, its fur uncharacteristic of that common to a wolf. So far, the exact species is a mystery <snip> https://www.greatfallstribune.com/story/news/2018/05/24/wolf-dog-dogman-some-mysterious-creature-montanans-look-answers/634379002/ Anyone know what this is?
  2. The odds of the first named storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season forming this weekend continue to increase. According to the National Hurricane Center's Thursday evening update, there is a 70 percent chance that a tropical depression forms in the Gulf of Mexico within the next two days. Within the next five days, those chances jump to 90 percent. The European hurricane forecasting model predicts there is a 50 percent chance the disturbance strengthens into Tropical Storm Alberto. The projected paths of this system range from Louisiana to the west coast of Florida. <snip> https://www.news-press.com/story/weather/hurricane/2018/05/24/2018-hurricane-season-tropical-storm-alberto-could-form-gulf-mexico/639868002/
  3. Look the whole gang is congregating at Netflix... Soros as stockholder.. Obammy and Michael as stars... what a group!
  4. Cinnamon

    Report: Weinstein To Surrender Friday

    Put him on a chain gang.
  5. Cinnamon

    Report: Weinstein To Surrender Friday

    I'm glad something is happening but after being up all night and only 3 hours sleep I almost jumped for joy until I realized that it didn't say Rosenstein.
  6. The title makes it sound like they were using drugs while guarding them. Media hopes we only read the headlies. lol
  7. If they were created in test tubes,I'd say yeh, otherwise, parents should be the ones watching them, not us!
  8. But it's in the name of safety and security... pukes.
  9. Cinnamon

    This is a dangerous step

    Data protection regulator's website crashes day before GDPR deadline https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2018/05/24/data-protection-regulators-website-crashes-day-gdpr-deadline/ Way to gooooooo dipshits!
  10. You will hit a paywall but the jist of the info is there... more to come! Anumber of companies have been forced to suspend services for European users due to the cost of staying compliant with new data protection law that comes into effect on Friday, giving just days notice to customers. Apps including games, organisational tools, blockchain and graphics services used by thousands of people are throwing in the towel over concerns they may be fined if found to be in breach of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Mobile marketing giant Verve is moving operations out of Europe - shutting offices in the UK and Germany - ahead of the legal overhaul, but will keep its offices in the US. <snip> https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2018/05/24/just-dont-have-resources-gdpr-forces-popular-websites-apps-shut1/
  11. Cinnamon

    This is a dangerous step

    Give your thanks to Europe and UK!
  12. Cinnamon

    This is a dangerous step

    I guess you all have noticed the new policies on here. I hate those assholes that put us through all of that.
  13. Cinnamon

    This is a dangerous step

    Their website is STILL down... I hope they rot. People in the EU, the internet is going to get a LOT smaller. Until everyone cuts it off because the only way not to play is not to participate as a website that services your area .
  14. Cinnamon

    This is a dangerous step

    Well, here you go: To save thousands on GDPR compliance, some companies are blocking all EU users To ensure compliance with the EU's upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), companies such as GDPR Shield are offering tools for blocking EU users altogether. With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) set to go into effect on May 25th, 2018, many organizations are scrambling to ensure their compliance with the law, while many are unlikely to have compliance sorted out in time. In search for a solution to GDPR compliance, one organization is simply advocating excluding any user from an EU country. GDPR Shield is offering website owners a JavaScript-based solution to block users in the European Union, seemingly circumventing the compliance requirements of the GDPR (to say nothing of the "world wide" meaning of "world wide web"). Seemingly, interest in the website has been high enough to knock the service offline, as the website has been returning server errors since at least late Sunday night. (A cached version from the Internet Archive is available here.) <snip> https://www.techrepublic.com/article/to-save-thousands-on-gdpr-compliance-some-companies-are-blocking-all-eu-users/ It's only just begun! Read the info at the link.

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