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Friends, Google, and Internet: My son played so many video games that it started to affect his grades. I deleted his Xbox account and now he hasn't spoken to me in over a week. Have I made things worse? [2 Updated Apr 2 Hey Google what would happen ifIdelete someone's Xbox account? That's it. That's all you had to do. 5 seconds, and you could have saved your entire relationship with your son. Take this from the perspective of somebody who had this done to them. It wasn't with Xbox mind you, mine was a bit more drastic. My mother threw away all of my systems, games, memory, everything. I know that I'm going to get a lot of blow back from this, mostly from parents who have no idea what they're talking about. You have torched your entire relationship with your son. Some of the other answers I've read here say that you've taken the nuclear option. In my opinion, that doesn't quite say it. What you have done is taken a Tomahawk missile and smacked your son across the face with it You have, in one action, reduced yourself to a dictator in your child's eyes. In one action, that could have been prevented by a 5 second internet search, you have just told your son that not only do you not give half a damn about anything he cares about, but that if he ever does anything to displease you, you have absolutely no problem tearing his world apart. Other answers have told you to try to make amends for this. You can't. What you have done is something that cannot be undone. You have just taken every vestige of your child's burgeoning self-esteem, and squashed it under your heel. You have taken his games, his friends, his money, his trophies, and gotten rid of them all. And you did all of this because you didn't take 5 seconds to make sure you knew what you were doing before you did it. Allow me to send a message here to anyone who is reading this. If you don't know what it is.. DONT FUCK WITH IT! Good luck You're gonna need it. 74.2k Views View Upvoters View Sharers 4 Upvote 2.7k Share Boohoo, my mom deleted my games and now everyone think she's Hitler and I'm the goodest boy!
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Fire, Future, and Memes: PUTINISJUSTANOTHER PUPPET SAYS NOS-300 MISSILES FOR SYRIAAFTER MEETINGWITHNETANYAHU ISRAEL ATTACKED IRANIAN TARGETSIINSYRIASHORTLYAFTER PUTINMETWITH NETANYAHU Russia has made an apparent U-turn on its prior signaling that it would supply the advanced S-300 surface-to-air missiles to Syria after this week's major escalation between Syria and Israel, which involved scores of surface-to-surface rockets being fired by both sides, primarily across the contested Golan border, and some 28 Israeli aircraft firing around 60 air-to-surface missiles at Syria during the exchange. Is this the beginning of a Russian lack of commitment in Syria? Or is this the realization that Syria can stand on its own after creating new rules of engagement with Israel? Russia is now indicating Syria has "everything it needs" to repel Israeli aggression. Reuters reports that Putin's personal aide indicated the change in calculus: The comments, by Vladimir Kozhin, an aide to President VladimirPutin who oversees Russian military assistance to other countries, follow a visit to Moscow by Israeli Prime Minister BenjaminNetanyahu this week, who has been lobbying Putin hard not to transfer the missiles. "For now, we're not talking about any deliveries of new modern (air defense) systems," Izvestia cited Kozhin as saying when asked about the possibility of supplying Syria with S-300s. The Syrian military already had "everything it needed," Kozhin aLate last month Russian Defense Ministry officials caught the world's attention by announcing through state-run RIA that it "plans to deliver new air defense systems to Syria in the near future" after a series of unprovoked Israeli strikes inside Syria, which Israel claims targets Iranian troops and assets. Talk of delivery of the S-300 has been a constant since President Trump ordered a massive tomahawk missile attack on Damascus and other locations on April 13th, ostensibly in retaliation for al-Qaeda linked Jaish al-Islam claims of a chemical attack on civilians by the Syrian Army. It must also be remembered that this week's exchange of fire began just as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu concluded the 10-hour visit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, and less than a day after Trump pulled out of the Irandeal. Iran Source in bio

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Jesus, Memes, and Soon...: United States pushing propaganda to start war with both Syria and Iran JUNE 30, 2017 AT 12:10 PM The Event Chronicle Editor By Kurt Nimmo It's obvious Mad Dog and the war-makers take us for complete idiots. On Wednesday Trump’s Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, otherwise fondly known as MadDog, said BasharalAssad and the Syrian government backed down on a chemical attack after a stern warning from the @UnitedStates. “It appears that they took the warning seriously,” Mad Dog told reporters. “They didn’t do it.” It is common practice now for the government to make outrageous claims and not bother to offer a scintilla of evidence. This was certainly the case with Mad Dog’s claim earlier in the week that the evil al-Assad planned to gas his own people. It’s equally common for the establishment media to not ask for evidence and report fantasy and fairy tales as granite-hard fact. Members of Congress also take this fallacious “intelligence” as gospel truth, as demonstrated by Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee. He said Trump will bomb the be-jesus out of Syria if they launch a chemical attack. It’s interesting Mad Dog’s claim came soon after Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh published an article in the German publication Die Welt. Hersh questioned intelligence related to the supposed April 4 attack in Khan Sheikhun. Trump launched a Tomahawk missile strike on Shayrat Air Base in central Syria in retaliation for the alleged chemical attack. “The available intelligence made clear that the Syrians had targeted a jihadist meeting site on April 4 using a Russian-supplied guided bomb equipped with conventional explosives,” Hersh writes. A Bomb Damage Assessment (BDA) by the U.S. military later determined that the heat and force of the 500-pound Syrian bomb triggered a series of secondary explosions that could have generated a huge toxic cloud that began to spread over the town, formed by the release of the fertilizers, disinfectants and other goods stored in the basement, its effect magnified by the dense morning air, which trapped the fumes close to the ground. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾

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Beautiful, Cars, and Donald Trump: TRUMP ORDERED SYRIA ATTACK, THEN ATE DINNER WITH CHINESE PRESIDENT RS YE SEN Tl E-I C RN EEH DHTT RTNN PCE MANS UTN RT-R TADP President Donald Trump ordered Tomahawk missile strikes against a Syrian airfield on Thursday evening — then sat down to dinner with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago. Trump met with his national security team before his dinner with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Mar-a-Lago Thursday, where he made the decision to pull the trigger on the biggest military action of his presidency, an administration official says. He sat through dinner with the President Xi as action was under way. Trump was briefed after dinner by Secretary of Defense James “Mad Dog” Mattis, according to the report. The message would not have been lost on the Chinese president, whose visit was expected to include difficult discussions about the threat of North Korean ballistic missiles, as well as about China’s ambitious naval expansion on artificial islands in international waters. “He does what he says … He’s sending a message to the Chinese,” former General Jack Keane told Sean Hannity on Fox News. “He’s telling the Chinese that, listen, the North Koreans are trying to weaponize intercontinental ballistic missiles and the rhetoric is they will use them against my country and my people. Don’t push me into a corner where I have to use a military option to deal with them. That would be horrific. That would mean war on the Korean peninsula,” Keane said. “I think he’ll get the Chinese attention for sure, as a result of that. It’s not rhetoric. We’ve had rhetoric for eight years, with passivity, and no action.” ANONYMOUS wakeup vape art money smoke car cars sky marijuana food music lips cannabis beautiful eyes shoes tattoo tattoos fitness inked guns gun hair funny makeup peace love freedom justice

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Donald Trump, Memes, and North Korea: MEDIA MATTERS F O R A M E R I C A BLOG VIDEO RESEARCH ISSUES TRUMP'S WAR ON THE PRESS SEE LATEST search Wash. Post Doesn't Disclose Writer Supporting Syria Lobbyist For Tomahawk Missile Manufacturer Blog April 11, 2017 1:54 PM EDT ERIC HANANOKI LIVE The Washington Post is allowing writer Ed Rogers to push for and praise military action against Syria without disclosing that he’s a lobbyist for defense contractor Raytheon, which makes the Tomahawk missiles used in the recent strike. Rogers is a contributor to The Washington Post’s PostPartisan blog, where he wrote an April 8 piece praising President Donald Trump for authorizing the launch of 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian airbase that reportedly housed warplanes that carried out chemical attacks against civilians. In the piece - headlined “Could it be? Is President Trump on a roll?” - Rogers wrote that Trump “received bipartisan support for his military strike in Syria,” and added that the fact Trump “launched an attack against Syria while his Chinese counterpart was present and able to witness the aftermath in the media was a powerful stroke of good luck for the White House. In case Xi needed any reminding of just how serious Trump may be about taking action in North Korea, the Syria attack couldn’t have been a better example or come at a better time.” Rogers previously criticized President Obama for failing to intervene in Syria in a December 19, 2016, Post piece. He wrote: “As troubling as it is that Obama and the Democrats allowed the Russians to interfere in the election and engage in cyberwarfare without any ramifications, we shouldn’t be surprised. After all, it is the Obama administration that has capitulated to Iran at every turn and stood by as Syrian government forces, facilitated by the Russians, slaughtered hundreds of thousands in Syria. Now more than ever, it is clear it is time for an urgent change in our foreign policy. Obama and his team cannot leave office soon enough.” The Post did not disclose that Rogers and his firm, BGR Group, lobbies on behalf of Raytheon, which manufactures the million-dollar Tomahawk missiles. BGR received $120,000 in 2016 for lobbying on “Defense and communications procurement; Defense appropriations and authorizations,” according to its lobbying disclosure reports (see quarters 1, 2, 3, and 4). Rogers is listed as a lobbyist in those forms. (Continued in comments) militaryindustrialcomplex propaganda syria

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