Forgot where I saw these: mirror.go5esconco6tcsed6anuhyerrzwxyzawhyih5k67b4uphigzq7yvq7id.onion go5esconco6tcsed6anuhyerrzwxyzawhyih5k67b4uphigzq7yvq7id.onion >>8a378a75c7db2e0cdc Shitpost or not, using royalty "we" confirms their cult status. Threatening to shitpost, instead of assimilating or make their own node. Cultists.
>>f314cb0a2ae6a15827 >They were also considering bitmessage's chans, dunno if an address is up and running. You don't need an address in BitMessage, just start the software. Optionally set tor proxy and further optionally a .onion hostname for your node.
In BitMessage you can add any chan by entering its name. The name works as a password to generate a deterministic key. To delete troll and spam messages, just press the del key. https://github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage
An 18-year-old German-Iranian man opened fire in a crowded Munich shopping mall and a nearby McDonald's killing nine people and wounding 16 others before killing himself, the chief of police in the Bavarian capital said on Saturday.
Police gave a "cautious all clear" early on Saturday morning, more than seven hours after the attack began and brought much of the city to a standstill as all public transit systems were shut down amid a massive manhunt. They said a body found near the scene was that of the shooter and he appeared to have acted alone.
Munich police chief Hubertus Andrae told a news conference the suspect was a dual citizen from Munich and his motive was still "fully unclear."
Terroristas, isso que o Brasil precisa, adolescentes com mentes psicóticas, podem se manifestar por pura gentileza ??, Precisamos matar, Pra abrir os olhos das pessoas, e assim, Mostrar para elas que não existe controle.
https://archive.is/f0WiC An Army recruitment drive has faced "significant problems" - including a website that cost three times its budget and was 52 months late, a National Audit Office report has found. Outsourcing giant Capita was awarded the £495m contract for Army recruitment in 2012 - but has failed to hit soldier recruitment targets every year since. Capita admitted it had "underestimated the complexity" of the project. The Army said it had "put in place a plan to address the challenges". The NAO found the initial delay to the £113m website was caused by the Ministry of Defence, which failed to meet its contractual obligations to provide the IT infrastructure to host Capita's recruitment software.