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To Clear the Air, Bernie Sanders Should Challenge NY Vote

I was disenfranchised at the poll in the primary, despite being a registered voter.

Election Fraud Watch 2016

Counterpunch: A logical argument on why exit polls and contradicting results MATTER.  (The US utilizes them as a means of analyzing validity of election results in OTHER nations, just not here) – click photo below for article:

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Election Live Results Observers Catch Sanders Votes Going DOWN – SCREEN SHOT:

Hillary cannot win fairly and legally.

Election Fraud Watch 2016

Observers are watching the live results come in and documenting the results through screen shots – here is the FIRST big flip.  Sanders votes GO DOWN and percentages flip in huge red flag ways – this is in Delaware.  Here are the screen shots for SUSSEX COUNTY from Washington Post caught by TWO different posters – First taken by: Aimee Rox Coleman (more of these images documented in other participating primary states tonight, we will update as they become available):

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Another user caught this from the Guardian:

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Aimee also caught this shot from New York documenting how the results go down for Sanders in New York in that primary last week:

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Abby Martin and Richard Wolff: Understanding Marxism and Socialism

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Dandelion Salad

with Abby Martin

teleSUR English on Mar 18, 2016

Despite a concerted effort by the U.S. Empire to snuff out the ideology, a 2016 poll found young Americans have a much more favorable view of socialism than capitalism…

Source: Abby Martin and Richard Wolff: Understanding Marxism and Socialism

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Latest Comic Book Acquisitions

Most of these were $1, some were free, some were cover price, a few were more than cover price. I’m on the verge of getting my own place, but I’ll have no disposable income, so I’ve been trying to close some reading caps in my collection before then.

1. Crisis on Multiple Earths (2002) TPB vol. 04
2. Prez (2015) #6
3. Swamp Thing (2016) #3
4. Ragman (1991) #8
5. Ragman (1991) #3
6. Ragman (1991) #2
7. Young All-Stars (1987) #3
8. DC Challenge (1985) #8
9. Goddess (1995) #1
10. The Demon (1990) #30
11. Hawkman (2002) #15
12. Bloodbath (1993) #2
13. The Warlord (1976) Annual 06
14. Forever People (1988) #6
15. Forever People (1988) #5
16. Forever People (1988) #3
17. Forever People (1988) #2
18. Machine Man (1978) #6
19. Howard the Duck (2016) #3
20. Howard the Duck (2016) #2
21. Howling Commandos of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2015) #5
22. Haunted Horror (2012) #21
23. Swamp Thing (2016) #2
24. Super Powers (1986) #4
25. Super Powers (1986) #3
26. Super Powers (1986) #2
27. Super Powers (1986) #1
28. Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! (1982) #4
29. Justice League of America (1960) #146
30. The Incredible Hulk (1968) #279
31. The Brave and the Bold (1955) #179
32. The Brave and the Bold (1955) #180
33. Machine Man (1978) #5
34. The Brave and the Bold (1955) #98
35. Comic Shop News (1987) #1495
36. Weird War Tales (1971) #87
37. The Superman Family (1974) #205
38. Convergence Swamp Thing (2015) #2
39. Convergence Swamp Thing (2015) #1
40. Justice League of America (1960) Annual 03
41. Justice League of America (1960) #169
42. Justice League of America (1960) #166
43. Deathstroke the Terminator (1991) #39
44. Fighting to Save Our Communities (2016) nn
45. Forever People (1988) #4
46. Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! (1982) #18
47. Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! (1982) #17
48. Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! (1982) #16
49. Crisis on Multiple Earths (2002) TPB vol. 05
50. Swamp Thing (2016) #1
51. Marvel Super Hero Contest of Champions (1982) Collected Edition
52. Spider-Woman (1978) #19
53. The Incredible Hulk (1968) #277
54. Where Monsters Dwell (1970) #34
55. Justice League of America (1960) #183
56. Bewitched (1965) #13
57. Crypt of Shadows (1973) #9
58. Showcase ’96 (1996) #4
59. Green Lantern Corps Quarterly (1992) #2
60. Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. (1999) #4
61. The Demon (1990) #25
62. The Demon (1990) #23
63. Starman (1988) #43
64. Outsiders (2003) #32
65. Outsiders (2003) #31
66. New Gods (1989) #28
67. New Gods (1989) #27
68. New Gods (1989) #26
69. New Gods (1989) #25
70. New Gods (1989) #24
71. New Gods (1989) #20
72. New Gods (1989) #18
73. New Gods (1989) #7
74. Secret Six (2006) #2
75. Justice League of America (2006) #31
76. Justice League of America (2006) #30
77. Justice League of America (2006) #24
78. JLA (1997) #27
79. Weird War Tales (1971) #122
80. Superman: The Man of Steel (1991) #54
81. Guardians of Metropolis (1994) #4
82. Doom Patrol (2001) #11
83. Doom Patrol (2001) #10
84. The Punisher (1998) #3
85. Hawkman (2002) #17
86. Hawkman (2002) #16
87. Seven Soldiers: Zatanna (2005) #4
88. Action Comics (1938) #675
89. Superman (1987) #65
90. Justice League of America (1960) #145
91. Adventure Comics (1938) #465
92. Adventure Comics (1938) #460
93. DC Special Series (1977) #10
94. New Gods (1977) #18
95. New Gods (1977) #17
96. The Spectre (1992) #31
97. The Spectre (1992) #29
98. The Demon (1990) #39
99. The Demon (1990) #38
100. The Demon (1990) #35

@NYCHRA Rips Off the Poor

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This is disgusting.  This is on the level of Gutman, Mintz, Baker, & Sonnenfeldt putting a levy on my bank account.  Rich people get to discharge massive debts onto the taxpayer, but it’s bloody murder for those most in need to do that.

Hubbard the economic whore

mathbabe

As a loudmouthed data scientist/blogger/activist, I go on record regularly complaining about quants and data scientists who sacrifice their integrity to put out crappy or misleading or exploitative or destructive models because they want to make their bosses happy, or rake in big bonuses, or because they’re afraid to speak up and get fired, or because they don’t bother to think through the consequences of their actions.

Recently I’ve even started asking the mathematical community to come together and start some kind of modeling panel which studies and writes up analyses of current high-impact, far-reaching models that affect public workers or the general public, to make sure those models are using the authority of mathematics in a reasonable and credible way. I think that could really help.

Note: I’m not asking mathematicians to come down on one side or another on political issues. I’m instead asking for people to use…

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Holy shit I look amazing holding tampons

The fact that homeless women aren’t provided with sanitary products is disgusting. They don’t get extra public assistance to buy them.

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Well folks, as I announced yesterday, I became a lead plaintiff on the New York State tampon-tax case. The press conference was fun, and the best part was posing with the products themselves and looking serious:

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Things are progressing fast, too: Governor Cuomo has said the following through a spokesperson: “We agree that sales tax on these products should be repealed and will work with the legislature to do so.”

I hope it’s soon, because according to my Twitter feed there are a whole bunch of people who are willing to protest the ongoing tax by free bleeding on the subway, which could get mighty sticky come July.

I kid. But not really. One thing I’ve figured out through all this is that the squeamishness alone – exhibited mostly by men – is a large part of why the unfair tax exists in the first place. It’s like…

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