01) Republicans Freak Out As Data Shows That Their Party Is Dying Off
“New polling data compiled by the New York Times has Republican pollsters in full panic mode. The data shows that young Americans are disavowing the Republican Party in record numbers, not exactly the kind of thing needed to sustain a political party. As the older generation of Republican voters move to the great beyond, there won’t be enough people left to keep the Republican Party afloat. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.
01) “I Voted for Mr. Trump… I’ll Have to Follow You Now.” – Andrew Yang for President
“Andrew Yang isn’t a politician. He’s an entrepreneur who knows how the economy works—and he’s terrified about the growing automation of American jobs. That’s why he’s running for President as a Democrat in 2020. America has lost its direction, and it’s time we put humanity first. Andrew wants to get America back on track—to be a nation of opportunity, freedom, equality, and abundance. It all starts with the Freedom Dividend, $1,000/month for every American adult over the age 18, no strings attached.
01) Cheap VS Expensive Solar Panels – 12v Touring – Project Cyan
“Looking after your deep cycles batteries that you spent so much money on is important to ensure a good life span, solar panels allow you to keep them constantly at full charge while your touring. Are expensive solar panels worth it? is there anything wrong with using cheap solar panels? In this video I test a cheap solar panel from Sunyee and a expensive panel from a local store called Itechworld. Also in this test we see if having an MPPT solar regulator is really does give your more amps over a PWM regulator.
01) Autoplay On: YouTube Tolerated Toxic Content For Engagement, Report Says
“Bloomberg reports that YouTube staffers wanted to curb the spread of toxic and incendiary videos on the site. But executives wouldn’t do it. We look at accusations that YouTube prioritizes engagement over safety. Mark Bergen and Guillaume Chaslot join Meghna Chakrabarti.”
“YouTube wants to let people broadcast whatever message they want”?…
…You only have to be part of “the wrong” social group, to know what an absolute lie that is.
…And “The Innocence of Muslims” is being put forward, as a “shining moment in YouTube’s defense of free speech”?…
…I remember that pathetic, embarrassingly bad piece of trash…While it clearly should not be banned…fact is, YouTube was no valiant hero, for having made such a mundane and obvious decision…
If they want to earn the status and accolades as a free speech defender…they need to actually defend and host speech which even they disagree with [possibly even condemn]…
…As things stand…YouTube is absolutely spineless, gutless, impotent and ineffectual where it comes to defending free speech…
…They just want everybody to believe otherwise.
Reality is…YouTube is one of the worst online violators, of the principle of free speech.
“Bill Murray is at his hilarious best in this classic comedy that’s ‘Animal House goes to summer camp’ (Newsweek). Murray plays Tripper, the wisecracking, rule-bending head counselor at Camp North Star. Whether playing pranks on Camp North Star’s clueless director, wooing a female counselor, or scheming against the rich brats of a rival camp, Tripper delivers fun and mayhem in a laugh-filled summer his campers will remember forever!”
01) Simple cabin clicks together without nails in 32 hours
“On an abandoned vineyard in Spanish Catalonia’s Priorat region, a tiny cabin was built in 32 hours with a blockhouse system- without screw or nails- to serve as a dismountable shelter for artists, artisans and anyone wanting to find inspiration from this “forgotten place”. The 6.5m3 hut is a part of “Camp Commons”, an itinerant camp that will move between forgotten territories every 5 to 6 years.
Aixopluc (Catalan for “shelter”), the group behind the project, aims to create a “shelter for ideas” in this new wilderness. “A musician can tell his proposal through a song; a biologist can explain a strategy to strengthen some part of the ecosystem; a writer, a tale; an architect, a shelter made with the resources at hand; an enologist, a new way of making wine. All these documents are made in situ and become a mapping of the site and its potentialities, tracks of your life in this ecosystem.”
Noticing a “renaturalization” process beginning in many occidental countries (after the past centuries overdevelopment), rather than leaving these new wild places alone, the group hopes to become positive agents for change in these newly communal spaces.
Ricard Pau of Aixopluc explains how the group hopes for a symbiosis between the location and its guests in a place disconnected from technology where one must reconnect with the natural cycles of the day and nature.