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It. Moving.BlinkMan69 3 points submitted 1 day agoI could understand funerals, especially those people. He doesn know them and they aren really connected in any way. At Gramps, a popular local watering hole, about 40 people sat in chairs on the outdoor patio to watch a screening of Pokemon: The First Movie. Bar owner Adam Gersten said he had not seen a decline in business since the outbreak was detected last week. “Right now, nobody cares,” he said.

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Not sure if you open to wearing replica clothing, but /r/fashionreps has links for some clothes that will make your packages seem like you buying them to wear rather than resell. I recommend throwing some clothes in, just to potentially mitigate that risk, but again it all personal preference. Fashionreps also has a lot of haul threads and reviews for different pieces, and is generally more helpful than repsneakers, in my opinion.

The second incident involved plaintiffs Shawn Ray, Lori Poulsen, and Gabriel Stewart, who were employed at Wal Mart’s Layton, Utah store. Several employees at that store, including Mr. Ray and Ms. Giunta’s extraordinary heroism and selflessness above and beyond the call of duty are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon himself, Company B, 2d Battalion (Airborne), 503d Infantry Regiment, and the United States Army. He was absolutely humble saying he did only what other people what have done. He personally saved an American solder from falling into the hands of the Taliban.

Supreme Court taking up the case of Brendan Dassey, the 16 year old whose interrogation and confession were included in the Netflix series “Making a Murderer.” Dassey’s attorneys argue that his confession should have been suppressed, citing the way both Dassey and hismother were manipulated and basically bullied by interrogators, as well as emerging evidence that juveniles are especially prone to false confessions, especially under harsh questioning. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit found that the confession should have been suppressed. The full 7th Circuit then reversed again.

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