Wisconsin tonight from livestream

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Wisconsin tonight from livestream

someone is salty

Sacramento Bee: Gavin Newsom’s ex-wife takes on California in Republican National Convention speech.


Daily Caller Journalist:
— “Earlier, someone was pretty seriously injured. People said glass fell on him as street lights were being taken down”

Kenosha #Wisconsin

Kenosha #Wisconsin

Rioters argue with a local business owner in Kenosha #Wisconsin, justifying their violence. “We’ll burn your stuff down too.”

Lost my livestream

Lol Popeye has been turned on

Severe thunderstorms west of Kenosha #Wisconsin
Mother nature is intervening?

Firefighters have finally shown up in Kenosha #Wisconsin. Police and National Guard have cleared the area so they can safely put some of the fires out.

“Who do we protect? Black criminals”

Looting in Kenosha #Wisconsin

MSM is not reporting Kenosha, so close to elections might cause voters to favor anyone who promises Law and Order independently of party affiliation.

Recap 8/24/2020

  1. The true age of Earth’s core is discovered - and it’s younger than scientists believed. Scientists have recreated the hellish conditions in the heart of our planet in a laboratory - and now believe Earth’s solid core is around a billion years old, far younger than thought. Researchers measured the conductivity of iron - the material which forms Earth’s core - in core-like conditions, with a pressure greater than 1 million atmospheres and temperatures as high as the surface of the sun. The researchers achieved these conditions by squeezing laser-heated samples of iron between two diamond anvils. The University of Texas at Austin researchers now believe that the planet’s solid inner core formed between one billion and 1.3 billion years ago.

  2. NASA researcher arrested for false statements and wire fraud. A criminal complaint has been unsealed today, charging Zhengdong Cheng, 53, of College Station, Texas, for conspiracy, making false statements and wire fraud.

  3. A car-sized asteroid called 2018 VP1 will swing past Earth on November 2, just one day before Americans will cast their vote for the next President of the United States. Fortunately, 2018 VP1 has a 0.41 percent chance of entering Earth’s atmosphere. It would likely burn up anyway. Researchers discovered the asteroid in 2018 using telescopes at the Zwicky Transient Facility in California.

  4. Kim Jong Un reportedly in a coma as his sister Kim Yo Jong takes control. North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has fallen into a coma, a former South Korean official is claiming, on the heels of reports that the northern leader has ceded some of his power to his younger sister.

  5. Massive military buildup in the South China Sea by Chinese Naval Forces. Simultaneously 6 different exercises take place off the coast of China. On Sunday, the regional bureau of Maritime Safety Administration in Guangdong announced a further round of naval exercises.

  6. Flooding has resulted in major pressure on China’s Three Gorges Dam. After nearly $3 billion in flood damage, Chinese authorities keep a nervous eye on the water level.

  7. In Crimea, the authorities began to turn off water due to the shallowing of reservoirs. Now water will be supplied according to the schedule only in the morning and in the evening in Simferopol and 39 more settlements in Simferopol and Bakhchisarai regions. Water supply will be reduced to 100 thousand cubic meters per day.

  8. Russia will supply Belarus two battalion sets of BTR-82A, as well as the first batch of four Mi-35M attack helicopters. Plan for the supply of air defense systems to Belarus by Concern Almaz-Antey for 2021-2025 was also signed.

  9. In the morning on M5 highway, another convoy of military equipment was seen moving towards Minsk. Belarusian Defense Ministry accused Lithuania of violating airspace - because of balloons that the Lithuanians launched yesterday in support of protesters.

  10. After France and Spain, Italy is also poised to announce a second wave of coronavirus. If yesterday the increase in cases for the first time in a long time exceeded 1,000 people, today there are more than 1,200 new cases in the country. The Italian army has been deployed to the migrant housing area in Siculiana, Sicily, after the region’s governor declared quarantine due to Covid outbreak.

  11. Ilyushin Il-96-300 RSD097 from the special flight detachment “Russia,” which ensures the transportation of officials and other important persons from the Russian special services or the Russian Federation Armed Forces, is landing in Dulles, Washington, DC, arriving from Moscow.

  12. Ukraine celebrates 29th Independence Day. A car rally was held in Odessa in honor of the Independence Day, and a rally of solidarity with protesters against Lukashenko was held in Kiev.

  13. ISIS terrorists attacked Egyptian army in the city of Sakadra, east of Sheikh Zuweid, in northern Sinai. After blowing up a military bulldozer, the militants opened fire on Egyptian security forces. All the militants were armed with modernized Kalashnikov automatic rifles and at least one IED.

  14. “There is extensive military activity in the Baltic Sea region, both from the Russian and western sides, and such activity has not been observed since the Cold War,” the Norwegian Ministry of Defense said ahead of the start of large-scale exercises of Norwegian Armed Forces in Baltic region.

  15. German doctors confirm Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was poisoned. The clinical findings indicate intoxication by a substance from the group of active substances called cholinesterase inhibitors. The specific substance is not yet known and another broad analysis has been initiated. The effect of the toxin, ie. the cholinesterase inhibition in the organism, has been proven several times in independent laboratories.
    According to the diagnosis, the patient is treated with the antidote atropine. The outcome of the disease remains uncertain and long-term effects, especially in the area of the nervous system, cannot be ruled out at this point in time. Navalny’s condition is grave. He is still in a coma. Angela Merkel urges Russia to investigate and solve the Navalny aase in “all detail.”

  16. Double terrorist attack in Philippines. Two explosions thundered in the center of Philippine city of Jolo.
    First, the terrorists left a motorcycle filled with explosives in the parking lot of the shop, where military usually stops for shopping. The blast killed five military and four civilians. An hour later, literally a hundred meters away, there was second explosion, committed by a suicide bomber, in which one soldier died. In total, as a result of two explosions, fourteen people were killed, more than 75 were injured. In addition to heightened security measures, the Philippine Coast Guard said its personnel will support the forces of both the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police in its investigation into the bombings.

  17. The Israel Defense Forces have deployed additional batteries of the Iron Dome air defense system in the south of the country amid the growing threat of rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip.

  18. Trove of 1,000-year-old gold coins unearthed in Israel. Israeli youths have unearthed hundreds of gold coins stashed away in a clay vessel for more than a thousand years.

  19. Mysterious, unidentified seed packages from China that have been arriving unannounced in mailboxes across the globe have started coming to Israel.

  20. Paris is burning. Rioting and looting throughout central Paris continues into the early hours.

  21. There was a large-scale explosion on a gas pipeline in the Damascus area. There was a complete blackout in Syria. State officials have already announced that it was a terrorist attack.

  22. New Ebola outbreak reported In Congo; the WHO is alarmed. “The outbreak has since spread to 11 of the province’s 17 health zones. Of the 100 cases reported so far, 96 are confirmed and four are probable…”

  23. Turkey extends prospecting in Aegean in move that risks sparking conflict with Greece. Athens says the vessel is illegally exploring its waters. Turkey announces Black Sea natural gas discovery as largest in its history. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says gas reserve is as big as 320 billion cubic meters.

  24. US troops withdraw from Iraqi base targeted by missiles. US-led forces say withdrawal is part of agreed plan to draw down forces in the area.

  25. At least 13 people died in a crush in Peru after trying to escape police who raided a nightclub violating coronavirus restrictions, police say. The crush happened as revellers tried to leave the Thomas Restobar Club in Lima’s Los Olivos district. Some eyewitnesses said tear gas was used. President Martín Vizcarra said 15 of 23 revellers arrested had tested positive for the coronavirus. Peru has been among the Latin American countries hardest hit by Covid-19.

  26. Axiom signs deal with SpaceX to launch four Space Tourists aboard Crew Dragon. Axiom Space, a start-up from Houston, Texas, signed a deal with SpaceX to launch the crew of four private passengers atop a Falcon 9 rocket aboard the Crew Dragon spacecraft.

  27. SpaceX has completed its latest test of its new Starship rocket, intended to carry astronauts to the moon and even eventually to Mars.

  28. The Air Force is moving quickly to bring the “flying car” concept out of science fiction movies and into the real world.

  29. Jacob Blake, the man who was shot by police in front of his kids after trying to break up a fight in Kenosha, WI, was widely reported as dead. Riots broke out in Kenosha. Tear gas was used on the crowd. Officers pummeled with bricks in Kenosha; at least one Molotov cocktail was thrown at police and cruisers were smashed, after police shot 29 year old Jacob Blake in the back, point blank. Rioters break windows. The courthouse basement is in flames. Armed civilians go up against a Bobcat SWAT Team transport. Firetrucks are being burned. Music is now being blasted as riot cops get more organized with shields. Crowd is congregating across the street in Civic Center Park.

  30. More pallets of mystery bricks appear on the scene in Kenosha, WI.

  31. Andy Ngo: “Like the Minnesota Freedom Fund (who raised $35m), the Milwaukie Freedom Fund offers to bail out BLM rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin.”

  32. It was revealed later that Blake was still alive. Daniel Poneman: “For people asking how I know Jacob, we grew up together. We are friends. We went to school together from Kindergarten through high school. His family asked me to deliver the message that he is still alive and he can make it through this, and that reports of his death are false.” Seems certain players are making an effort to gaslight the country. Jacob Blake is alive and supposedly might survive but several outlets are reporting he died. Shaun King and other family friends corroborate that Jacob Blake is still alive and fighting for his life while others continue to falsely post that Blake is dead in order to intentionally create additional unrest. Reports that Jacob has died are currently unsubstantiated. Blake’s cousin: “We need prayers not condolences.”

  33. Blue flu spreads fast as police stop responding to police calls in Kenosha, WI. Soon, truckers will follow suit and stop delivering in areas plagued with riots. Stores are pulling out and shutting down or they are being looted and burned down. Kenosha issues a citywide curfew until 7AM.

  34. Ten hours from the beginning of the riots, still no coverage by mainstream media.

  35. Firefighters have finally shown up in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Police and National Guard have cleared the area so they can safely put some of the fires out.

  36. Andy Ngo: “Using donations, Antifa in Portland have purchased a large order of bullet proof vests for their riots.” Last night, hundreds of Antifa sieged the Portland Police north precinct again. They threw sharp ceramic chunks, large screws, rocks, paint bombs and feces at police. They set the building on fire and then attacked officers putting out the flames.

  37. Balloon X: “We are recording radiation and looking for the “Regener Pfotzer Maximum” at around 18,000 metres. This is the maximum area of radiation in the lower atmosphere. In fact, it could disrupt our electronic circuits, fingers crossed it doesn’t.”

  38. Senator Rob Portman: “One thing this pandemic has shown us is that we can no longer rely on countries like China to produce critical medical supplies. That’s why I introduced legislation to incentivize PPE manufacturers to bring production and jobs back to the US.”

  39. Pipeline explosion in Texas leaves two dead, two missing, and six injured.

  40. Around 200 gallons of titanium tetrachloride was released from a chemical plant in Edison, NJ. The incident was reported near 340 Meadow Road. Police are reporting a major toxic incident with a chemical cloud. Two people were transported to the hospital from Meadow Street with Injuries, police are asking the public to stay home until further notice.

  41. Massive California wildfires expected to get worse as lightning, wind storms move in. ‘Red-flag warnings’ have been issued for a segment of California from the Bay Area to Eureka, with more lightning and winds expected. CAL FIRE CZU: “CZU Lightning Complex is 78,000 acres and 13% contained.”

  42. MTA faces glass shortage amid subway train window-smashing spree. A spate of over 400 smashed subway windows in four months has the MTA on the verge of a glass shortage, transit officials said Friday. “We had a reserve of glass when this wave started in May.

  43. Automated trucking, a technical milestone that could disrupt hundreds of thousands of jobs, hits the road. Companies are already testing driverless trucks on America’s roads. The technology will bring untold profits, but it may cost thousands of truckers their livelihoods.

Construction top sector to receive PPP stimulus -> boom in construction + drop in prices -> ?

The boom in construction is because single family home prices have gone up in desirability. I have friends in Gulfport who can’t hire someone to put in a fence because everyone says they lack the wood at any price.
Boom in manufacturing -> concrete buildings? I hope so

Or, because construction was literally the #1 recipient of pandemic stimulus money

house printer goes brrrrrr

Just cause there is supply doesn’t mean there is demand. The demand for single family homes was there before stimulus $ and that money typically comes from the homebuyer. I’m not sure what the construction budget could be going into. How many bridges and dams have the core of engineers been trying to get money to fix for (literally) decades - thousands.

Demand simultaneously dropping in many cities

La de los gatos… :arrow_up:


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