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Kershaw

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D.C. Police detain suspect with an assault rifle at Comet Ping Pong restaurant

D.C. Police responding Sunday to a report of a gunman at a popular pizza restaurant in Northwest Washington detained a man armed with an assault rifle, according to a police spokeswoman.

D.C. police Chief Peter Newsham said a lone suspect in his 20s walked into the front door of Comet Ping Pong with an assault rifle. Newsham said it appeared as if the suspect may have fired one or multiple shots into the ground.

The man has not yet been identified and his motives were not clear.

Startled patrons rushed out of the restaurant onto Connecticut Avenue, taking shelter in nearby businesses and remaining locked down for more than an hour.

Newsham said the license plates on the suspect’s car were not from D.C., Maryland or Virginia. Police said the man may have had an additional weapon, possibly handgun, in his car

Police received a call about a man with a weapon a just before 3 p.m., said Aquita Brown, a spokeswoman for the department.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2016/12/04/d-c-police-respond-to-report-of-a-man-with-a-gun-at-comet-ping-pong-restaurant

 
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How will the msmall report this
 

cheekycnt

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How will the msmall report this

As per usual they consider it FAKE news and are now on a mission to destroy any references to comet pizza and those making the claims. Youtube is even banning videos in relation to it.

YouTube Starts Banning #PizzaGate Videos

View: https://youtu.be/oA2BocJLGb8


View: https://youtu.be/mHSVBp4ePfc


View: https://youtu.be/J0-QGu8lOO4



With all the wacky conspiracy stuff already out there you have to wonder why this particular conspiracy theory is demanding such a repsonse by the authorities.
 

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The Wikipedia article on this topic is locked until March 2017. The heading is 'Pizzagate (conspiracy theory)'and the page just basically writes it off as a debunked conspiracy theory. It mentions debunked alot. Now with Wiki I've noticed their title pages are usually neutral but this is an open and shut case to them. I didn't read up on it much so haven't got much of a clue what's going on. As far as I know videos are being taken down across different platforms as well. All of this just fuels 'they've got something to hide' in the minds of the general public imo.
 

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The Wikipedia article on this topic is locked until March 2017. The heading is 'Pizzagate (conspiracy theory)'and the page just basically writes it off as a debunked conspiracy theory. It mentions debunked alot. Now with Wiki I've noticed their title pages are usually neutral but this is an open and shut case to them. I didn't read up on it much so haven't got much of a clue what's going on. As far as I know videos are being taken down across different platforms as well. All of this just fuels 'they've got something to hide' in the minds of the general public imo.

Wikipedia does show bias on numerous articles. That's why Vox Day created a fork of the wikipedia project called Infogalactic.

"The foundational principles by which Infogalactic operates are very different from the Five Pillars of Wikipedia. These principles are known as the Seven Canons of Infogalactic.

Infogalactic does not share the highly centralized structure of Wikipedia or the ideological dogma of the Wikimedia Foundation. The primary requirements are for the information contributed to be true, relevant, and verifiable, rather than cited from a so-called “published reliable source”, since experience has proven how reliance upon the latter can be easily gamed by editors and administrators alike. There is no culture of notability, ideology, or deletionism at Infogalactic. The addition of perspective filters and two levels of Context and Opinion to every page means that the average editor's contribution is much less likely to be deleted for political reasons or fall victim to edit wars over controversial pages.

Infogalactic is designed around the idea that the user should be permitted to decide what information is relevant to him, not 500 ideologically-driven thought police."

https://infogalactic.com/

I think it could take off.

They have a page on Pizzagate:
https://infogalactic.com/info/Pizzagate

I am going to try to start a habit of checking out infogalactic before wikipedia.
 

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Wikipedia does show bias on numerous articles. That's why Vox Day created a fork of the wikipedia project called Infogalactic.

"The foundational principles by which Infogalactic operates are very different from the Five Pillars of Wikipedia. These principles are known as the Seven Canons of Infogalactic.

Infogalactic does not share the highly centralized structure of Wikipedia or the ideological dogma of the Wikimedia Foundation. The primary requirements are for the information contributed to be true, relevant, and verifiable, rather than cited from a so-called “published reliable source”, since experience has proven how reliance upon the latter can be easily gamed by editors and administrators alike. There is no culture of notability, ideology, or deletionism at Infogalactic. The addition of perspective filters and two levels of Context and Opinion to every page means that the average editor's contribution is much less likely to be deleted for political reasons or fall victim to edit wars over controversial pages.

Infogalactic is designed around the idea that the user should be permitted to decide what information is relevant to him, not 500 ideologically-driven thought police."


https://infogalactic.com/

I think it could take off.

They have a page on Pizzagate:
https://infogalactic.com/info/Pizzagate

I am going to try to start a habit of checking out infogalactic before wikipedia.

That looks interesting alright, others have similar designs on youtube such as Minds but it's a big task going over youtube. Relating to traffic or ads, something like that.
 

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That looks interesting alright, others have similar designs on youtube such as Minds but it's a big task going over youtube. Relating to traffic or ads, something like that.

been meaning to check out minds.

Funny you should mention that, Vox had a blog post about 'alt-teching' youtube recently and why it will be harder to do than twitter or wikipedia & too soon.

Vox Popoli: Not all windows are open

I've been using vid.me which I like. Nice & simple and no copyright strikes yet.
 
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