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August 8 is the 220th day of the year (221st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 145 days remaining until the end of the year. 



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'The farewell has already begun' Lawmakers warn Poland is ready to leave EU- POLAND could get itself KICKED OUT of the EU if the government continues to battle Brussels over judicial reform and deforestation, opposition politicians have warned.



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Fleeing Trump: Couple leaving the Carolinas for Canada- It started as a joke on the night Donald Trump was elected US president. Now Heather and Robin Vargas are getting ready to emigrate to Canada. AND DON'T LET THE SCREEN DOOR HIT YOU IN THE ASSES!!!


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Germany is set to send asylum seekers back to Greece, although reception centres there are overcrowded and there is a huge backlog in processing claims. Germany had halted such returns under a 2011 ruling by its Constitutional Court. But it can send migrants back under the EU's Dublin Convention. That convention says an asylum claim should be processed in the country where a migrant first entered the EU. A Greek minister and German officials told ARD TV about the change of policy. Greek Migration Minister Ioannis Mouzalas said Greece had agreed to take some asylum seekers back in a goodwill gesture, as there had been "pressure" from some EU countries to do so. PRESSURE? HOW'D THEY DO THAT??


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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte called himself a "humble friend" of the United States on Monday, taking a break from his notorious hostility towards Washington to grant a warm reception to visiting U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Duterte's often profanity-laden tirades against the United States has become his trademark during his year-old presidency, but he appeared happy to meet Tillerson, who was in Manila to attend a regional security meeting dominated by North Korea's missile tests, and maritime squabbles.


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The socialite daughter of a New York City ballet power couple traded in her evening gowns for a cat-burglar outfit to allegedly rob a string of shops in Maine — and now she could be headed for prison stripes, it was revealed Monday. Talicia Martins, 21, and one of her Big Apple buddies hit up three businesses in the tony summer enclave of Camden, according to the Bangor Daily News.


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You’ve probably met people who are experts at mastering their emotions and understanding the emotions of others. When all hell breaks loose, somehow these individuals remain calm. They know what to say and do when their boss is moody or their lover is upset. It’s no wonder that emotional intelligence was heralded as the next big thing in business success, potentially more important than IQ, when Daniel Goleman’s bestselling book, Emotional Intelligence, arrived in 1995. After all, whom would you rather work with—someone who can identify and respond to your feelings, or someone who has no clue? Whom would you rather date?



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Will we still have bridges and skyscrapers when liberal utopia is achieved? I doubt it:
Engineering education has been infiltrated by a “phalanx of social justice warriors” who are steadily corrupting the field, according to a Michigan State University professor.
“They have sought out the soft underbelly of engineering, where phrases such as ‘diversity’ and ‘different perspectives’ and ‘racial gaps’ and ‘unfairness’ and ‘unequal outcomes’ make up the daily vocabulary,” asserts Mechanical Engineering professor Indrek Wichman in an essay published Wednesday by the James G. Martin Center. “Instead of calculating engine horsepower or microchip power/size ratios or aerodynamic lift and drag, the engineering educationists focus on group representation, hurt feelings, and ‘microaggressions’ in the profession,” Wichman adds.



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If you want to see how obnoxious sexism can get, look to the left:
The feminist vegan owner of Handsome Her eatery in Melbourne, Australia, is making [men] pay an 18 per cent “man tax” as well as giving women priority over seating. Barks owner Alex O’Brien:
“I like that it is making men stop and question their privilege a little bit.”
If a liberal says you are “privileged,” that means they don’t like you and want to kick you in the teeth.



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According to liberal dogma, what sane people think of as biological reality is merely a social construct, and you can therefore change your gender at will. One advantage of this is that you can alleviate monotony by changing back and forth — like Ria (a.k.a. Brad) Cooper:
Like many young women, Ria Cooper dreams of one day getting married and having children. But the 23-year-old knows the odds are stacked against her. Not only because she was born a boy, but because she has now switched gender an astonishing three times in her short life.



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New York Times Opinion Page: 'Motherhood Isn't Sacrifice, It's Selfishness'- The feminists are at it again. Long derisive of motherhood, referring to it as a burden or even narcissism, they long ago abandoned the idea of women “having it all” unless “all” was redefined as “everything but children.” The New York Times Opinion section is really just an online and print mouthpiece for far-left policies and ideas, so it isn't surprising that it's pimping the feminist ideal too.


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Troubled singer Sinéad O’Connor has posted an online video saying she’s suicidal — and living in a motel “in the arse end of New Jersey.” “I’m all by myself. And there’s absolutely nobody in my life except my doctor, my psychiatrist, the sweetest man on earth, who says I’m his hero, and that’s about the only thing keeping me alive at the moment … and that’s kind of pathetic,” the “Nothing Compares 2 U’’ singer says, weeping.


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https://www.facebook.com/CRTV/videos/10214195657070627/



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ET has learned that Amber Heard and Elon Musk have broken up- Heard, 31, and Musk, 46, began dating roughly a year ago, but have kept their relationship relatively quiet. They first held hands in public in April, while in Australia. Later that same evening, they each shared Instagram posts of the two dining out, with a lipstick kiss on Musk's cheek. MONEY'S NOT EVERYTHING.

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====MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — A teenager who went for a swim at a Melbourne beach and emerged with his feet covered in blood has stumped marine experts.
Sam Kanizay's legs felt sore after playing a game of football on Saturday, so he decided to soak them at the beach. About 30 minutes later, the 16-year-old walked out of the water with his feet and ankles covered in what looked like hundreds of little pin holes that were bleeding profusely. Upon returning home, his parents promptly took him to the hospital.





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The Department of Justice on Friday released 413 pages of emails related to a controversial private meeting between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch during the FBI’s investigation into then-presidential-candidate Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi emails. The FBI said earlier such records did not exist.


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The California State University system wants students to graduate on time, which is why they decided to do away with a requirement for students to take intermediate algebra. THEY COULD PROBABLY DROP ENGLISH TOO.


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$10 GROCERIES WHEN I WAS A KID
NOW $10 FITS IN ONE BAG


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