Posts Tagged ‘hearsay’

“Mum’s the word. Keep it to yourself and don’t tell a soul, but I heard from a reliable source that someone seems to have said…” Hot Links

Sunday, 29 September 2019

THIS should alarm every U.S. Citizen.

[Corrective Update below.]


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College is stupid.

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Andy Ngo is a real journalist.

Dr. Thomas Sowell dispels some modern myths.

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I dreamt that I had Flexible Sweat-Powered Biofuel Cells.

A camel sat on her face so she bit him right in the crackerbockles.

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The song of the mole cricket:


A Humble Request. Hip surgery is scheduled, we’re still paying her rent out of pocket. Thanks to all who contribute – every little bit helps.


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[Top image: “How Propaganda Works.” Found here.]


[CORRECTIVE UPDATE: Apparently the story posted by The Federalist on 27 September 2019 (linked at top) is inaccurate. The US Intel Community accepts hearsay (info from second-hand sources) but won’t act on it unless they uncover first-hand corroboration. If there’s no corroboration, the hearsay is dismissed as such. In other words, the rules did not change, but their website and the reporting form did.]


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