Technology is a double-edged sword. It has enabled the government to become more intrusive than ever with its online spying capabilities. However, cheap and discreet recording devices make it much more feasible to hold cops on the street accountable.
Police State USA encourages holding government officials accountable but advises everyone to research the laws in their own states regarding secretly recording audio conversations (Read more: The Reporter’s Recording Guide). Encounters with police officers in public generally do not fall under such restrictions, particularly after the recent court decision in Illinois.
Here, we intend to look at the technologies that facilitate that recording. …
The Great Pyramids of Giza, as you’ve never seen them before — at the edge of a sprawling metropolis and the vast desert.
Didnt know they were that close to the city. How unfortunate…
This is fucking terrifying.
This is fucking sick
Today in labor history: On April 14, 1930, more than 100 Filipino & Mexican farm workers are arrested for union organizing in Imperial Valley, California. Eight workers were convicted of “criminal syndicalism.”
Pictured: Filipino farm workers picking lettuce in the Salinas Valley, California, 1935 by Dorothea Lange
Apocalypse, Man: World`s End According To Michael C. Ruppert
*makes last minute adjustments to life goals*
And yet people judge me for actually considering this
a lot of us would be your #1 customers
Sex sell. Yet what so you want more? Money or dignity? It’s all in the mindset though. You have to be a strong woman to play this role in a male dominated world.
A true warrior.
I can’t believe he defeated Mr.Incredible
I love how he fuckin fuckin STOMPS on Fred Flintstone
Facebook will not let me post or even private message the link to the video of the Bundy Ranch standoff. Unbelievable.
We need to ensure we have alternate sites to store and share. Youtube has become increasingly fascist in their censoring and deleting of videos that contradict mainstream news stories as well.
Y’all still think you’re free?
The history of Muay Thai was lost when the Burmese army sacked and razed Ayuddhaya to the ground. With them, much of the early Muay Thai history also went. The little we do know about Muay Thai comes from the writings of the Burmese, Cambodian, early European visitors and some of the chronicles of the Lanna Kingdom - Chiangmai.
What all sources agree on is that Muay Thai began as a close combat battlefield fighting skill. More deadly than the weapons it replaced. The sources aren’t clear and often contradict each other. But there are two main theories. One says that the art developed as the Thai people moved down from China; honed in the struggle for land. The other theory of the history of Muay Thai says that the Thai people were already here and that Muay Thai developed to defend the land and people from constant invasion threats….
"More deadly than the weapons it replaced."
I would love to learn muay thai. Like pure muay thai. No MMA influences at all. If possible go straight to thailand and learn it, and maybe even find Muay boran and learn that.
Muay Boran is the less watered down version of Muay Thai. It is the dangerous side of the art. It’s very hard to find people to teach this, especially in Thailand. I hear it’s not something they are willing to teach to westerners.