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LIVE: Hearing regarding the unsealing of docs related to investigation of #StephenPaddock and the #1October shooting


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CVS is no longer going to use heavily edited photos of models they use. Do you think other businesses and advertisers should do the same?

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🌴 A couple was walking along a beach in Costa Rica when they became heroes to a baby animal in need. ...


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Then it grew up to star in a GEICO commercial! 😂

Yeah, it's cute! But look at those claws, it can do some real damage if need be.

So cute!

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It's #NationalNothingDay! Celebrate by, well, doing nothing. Just make sure to look busy when the boss comes by. :) ...

Its #NationalNothingDay! Celebrate by, well, doing nothing. Just make sure to look busy when the boss comes by. :)


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I've been celebrating this day my whole life!

The day in which people can realize that we are nothing in this world. Yet society makes us think that money is important. That without it we are nothing, we become nothing without money. Become homeless, lose our minds because of it. So yes, please realize that we are nothing but slaves to something that has no value. That runs our world and our lives into a living he'll because we don't have it.

Whew! It's about time we got a break from one holiday after another.

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BBC News

Clothing worn by rape victims is on display at an exhibition in Brussels aiming to dispel the "stubborn myth" that provocative dress is a factor in violent sexual crimes. ...


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I was raped over a period of 9 months by my “fiancé” when I was in high school. He often made a big deal about how what I was wearing turned him on and left him no choice. That could range from nothing (because I was showering) to baggy pajamas and a sweatshirt with my hair a mess (more often than not). When I fought back he regularly threw a tantrum about how I was a “tease” and “begging for it” because my hair was up, or down, I was wearing makeup, or not, tight clothes, baggy clothes, my prom dress, my work uniform, or took my clothes off to shower (he would pick the lock.) It’s clear to me that it’s not about what I was actually wearing at all.

When I was 13, and looked 10, I was attacked at a park while I was babysitting. the first thing the police asked me was, "What were you wearing?".

If a person can't control themselves when they see a person dressed "provocatively" in their opinion then they have no place in society.

I doubt the kind of people that blame victims are really the cultured go to galleries type, but I could be wrong but as far as an exhibition goes this is pretty strong stuff

No way this is an objective survey, but rather a curated collection intended to prove a point. Not meaningful.

If “what you were wearing” were the justification, every nudist beach, colony and resort would have shut down a hundred years ago...

Walking through my son's elementary school path between his building and the playground one Sunday after coming from a movie, I was accosted by a young man who was running up behind me (lots of joggers in Seattle, so thought nothing of it), and squeezed my butt. He came around to face me, he on a higher portion of the path than me.His eyes appeared to be dilated as if on drugs. When I look scared, he said "No" in this druggy voice. Meanwhile, his left hand was on my shoulder and his right hand clutched his groin. When I broke away, I fell down on my knee, scraping it and, as I started running to my home across the street, he asked, "What are you going to do?" to which I finally finding my voice screamed,"I'm going to call the police!" He then started running in the opposite direction.You know what I was wearing? My wool winter coat over pants and sweater, my hair unwashed, no makeup. I looked as unattractive as possible.I called the police who came quite promptly. Never knew if he was ever caught. Frightening and enlightening experience. Never took that shortcut again, was told by the police to not hesitate to scream right away the next time, and was taught to turn abruptly in the opposite direction if I sensed someone coming up behind me. It wasn't the first time my butt was grabbed, the first time it was on a busy downtown Eugene, OR street. I swiftly turned around (and I'm sure the crowd was surprised) and loudly said, "Don't you ever do that again!" Never saw who it was but figured that might put a damper on future butt-grabs.

It’s ridiculous this even has to be a thing. If a person is so ignorant that this would help them understand, I doubt they’ll understand it. It’s worth a shot I guess.

Can't believe that victims continue to be asked this question. Sad demonstration of how backwards the judicial system is.

This makes me so angry! How some humans think they have a right to violate another to get their kicks. Never a thought in how the other persons soul gets destroyed, how difficult they find communications with others etc! Absolute scumbags! Well done showing it doesn't matter what you wear, it's down to the psychopath that doesn't deserve a 2nd breath! Don't even get me started on how I feel about this happening to young children/toddlers. Poor poor souls! I hope the violaters rot!!!

But still a factor for those women who do dress provocatively and got raped, can't just erase that fact.

Most rapes are NOT committed against 'provocatively' dressed women. The vast majority of rapes occur to individuals of ANY AGE going about their very normal business, dressed in very mundane attire. Now, knowing this fact, why are people STILL linking rape with what women are wearing? It's solely about power, control, entitlement, humiliation and hate. Pick any one of those factors and you have the reasons for rape... none of which bear any responsibility on the victim or her clothes at the time.

No-one is saying what you wear is the only reason you get raped. But if you dress in something that leaves you more naked than clothed don't be suprised when people start looking. It's about what steps you can take to protect yourself. Again no-one is saying what you wear is the reason you get raped and no-one is blaming the victim when they ask what clothes you had on.

Women in burkas are raped all the time .. it means nothing to savages

Wow! Rape is about power. Anyone who thinks "what she was wearing" has anything to do with it must have had a lobotomy.

Not that it should matter what they were wearing .. even walking down the street stark naked would not be an invitation to rape someone

Sexual predators don't care what clothes you wear ...just read the paper today about the dad that raped his 13 month old daughter sickening !!!

This is so important. Thank you for putting a visual so that others can finally understand that what a rape victim wears is irrelevant to culpability.

People of all ages and appearances, and of all classes, cultures, abilities, genders, sexualities, races and religions, are raped. Rape is an act of violence and control; the perceived 'attractiveness' of a victim has very little to do with it. There is no excuse or mitigation for sexual violence and it is never the victim/survivor's fault. What someone was wearing when they were raped or how they behave is irrelevant...!!

Regardless any woman should be able to walk down the street naked and be free from molestation or is it that men are incapable of restraining their worst urges? It may well be bad parenting or society's failure the teach. As a young man I was taught to show girls and women the respect they are due, anything else would simply demonstrate that I am incapable of self control and self respect.

I can’t believe the comments I see. Did you see the video? People are saying that “don’t dress provocatively and you don’t get raped.” You must be out of your mind. Some were uniforms, long pants and long sleeved shirts, an armed police officer, and CHILDREN’S CLOTHES!!!! The video is trying to prove how irreverent what the victim was wearing... If the aggressor decides to do it, what the victim was wearing doesn’t make a difference. You must have never experienced sexual assault yourself or know anyone who has been in that situation. Because if you do, you won’t be saying such ignorant things. Be compassionate toward others. It is never, ever the victim’s fault. Get that through your thick skull.

Can they put the picture of the person who raped them beside it? That will explain much more than a poor vestemantry choice.....

Perhaps there could be a section in the exhibition of skimpy clothes entitled 'Clothes I was wearing when I wasn't raped' to make the point that normal men can be around women, however they are dressed, without attacking them.

They are displaying the truth because no amount of clothing or no clothing should ever be dicussed by any prosecuter in any court system!!! It is irrevelant RAPE IS RAPE PERIOD!!!!

Rape is about power & control, it would not matter what you were wearing, the rapist is looking for an easy mark...remember, both males & females, of any age, are raped everyday...this is one of the most heinous of crimes.

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4 hours ago

BBC News

Remembering the unique talent of Dolores O’Riordan.

Police say the singer's death is not suspicious:


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every one will die every one will leave this world and our money will not save us from death

Her voice and songs will remain immortal and important for those who grew up in the 90's like me 💙

If she lingers she'll become a Zombie

Everyone have a day to leave this earth,is she not suppose to die?

Ode to my family always makes tears in my eyes..

My guess is the woman's time was up & god called her to her home in heaven may you rest in peace Dolores you will be missed a beautyful lady xx❤⭐

So very sad to hear this tragic news, welled up in tears at present, she (with her band The Cranberries) was a tremendous talent, love the Irish heritage of the band and some of their songs are so evocatively beautiful such as Dreams and Linger 😥😥😥

She must have committed suicide since they are not revealing yet what happened to her. She apparently was depressed for years.

My guess is heart failure due to prescription painkillers.

Respect her decision. Wish her rest in peace.

Why does every BBC article have typos?

I really like her...her talent...that voice is sooooo unique. 😖😖😖😖😖

The wonderful 90s are getting farther and farther away

I think sadly she had depression so this may have been suicide. No matter how popular or clever you are no one is exempt from getting depression.

Such a shame and a sad loss to the industry and especially those who knew and loved her personally. Very sad indeed x

another part of my youth is gone for good...R.I.P. Dolores, you were too young to leave this world but hopefully went to a better one

Wonderful talent. ..we will miss her. But her brilliance lives on. live on with your iconic voice, lyrics...and artistic prowess. <3

She’s not dead, it was all in her heeaaad in her heeeeeaaaaaeeeedddd

She will be truly missed in the u.s

You will be missed! Your songs reminds me my teenager days...on 90's... your voice will remain as Do'r.. 😭

She had a strong, beautiful voice. In the 90's one of the best woman vocalists. Her hit "Zombies" will remain in my heart forever! R.I.P Dolores

I feel so sad for this singer why she could die early just in her Middle Ages I like her songs Rest in peace you will always be remembered by your beautiful sounds and songs

I love d Cranberries <3 <3 <3 The first song dt I heard from their album was "Ode To My Family". My best friend back in elementary used to sing dt one and I really like it up to now. Second, was d "Zombie" because it was also popular in our place back then. Rest in Peace DO'R, u will be missed. :( Even ur gone now, ur music stays that will remind us, of you...

Reed Polk Cranberries always make me think of you because you had No Need To Argue. I would borrow it, as little brothers do. I was captivated be her vocals, and by how hard Zombie rocked for a little alt rock band. Being about the IRA bombings, it also reminds me of the project you did with the goober guys for class. I studied that album and the artwork. They were huge back in the mid 90s.

When Lighting does not hit twice,and the fame and spot light dies ,it can be hard to handle.I still have their CD,so sad

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