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"Conservatives are still outraged over a same-sex kiss."

No, not really, liberal boy. Few of them ever were.

Either the character, having the memories of all previous hosts, is completely bisexual and relaxed about it. Or there's some hormonal/chemical factor in the host that makes them monosexual. Either way it should have been a nonissue as of the 3rd episode. It was you liberals who milked it for ad dollars.

DS9 did not start becoming anything even remotely approximating Good until the staff writers looked at the path Joe Straczynski was blazing, and said: "Hey -- Star Trek has never tried Actual Continuity before; let's give it a shot."  Until then, all the show was known for was having a species whose defining features were "short; big ears; crooked teeth; odd headgear; obsessed with money", in accordance with The Protocols Of The Elders Of Science Fiction...

You beat us about the head with every "marginalized" group, in a universe where allegedly these things don't matter.

This is yet another reason why "liberals" should refrain from science fiction.  They really can't envision a universe outside their narrow little shell of hatred and prejudice.
I remember when Usama bin Laden (his preferred spelling) was Man of the Year, and they had to remind people the criterion was "generates most news," not an endorsement. That Hitler had once been their Man of the Year, for example.
 
This year, the most news was either:
 
The Hong Kong protestors, or
 
President Donald J. Trump, since the fucking Demorrhoids in and out of the media literally cannot shut the fuck up about him for 10 seconds, and obviously crave the dopamine response from reading his laser-pointer tweets every morning, and all day long.
 
But they are such morally corrupt, intellectual dishonest cocksuckers, they refuse to acknowledge their own deranged creepy stalker obsession. So they went with the retarded meat puppet with Soros' hand up her ass, wailing about "Climate catastrophe" that her dropout brain can barely spell, and about how her dreams and childhood have been stolen to the point where she has to sail around the world in a multimillion dollar "sailboat" using diesel engines and expensive artificial, carbon-dense material for its construction.
 
So if you had any delusion that Time was anything other than cat shitbox liner, this should disabuse you of it.

Stories like this puzzle me, because I understand that "liberals" are innately more logical and sciency than the rest of us, as they constantly remind us.  But I read this article:

https://www.peninsuladailynews.com/crime/illegal-gun-kits-found-in-sequim/?fbclid=IwAR3ZXvJf8K5XipFoduYde06htfLA6U6X3OKn00uaWwQhUT5qz-qIH3EUAtA

And I'm struck by several things:

"Near a school." Immediately, they're trying to reach for fear factor. They offer no evidence that anyone at the school had been threatened in any fashion, was at risk in any fashion, or that the person who lives "near a school," as millions of people do, had given any indication of the school being relevant. They also don't say how near.

"were not bump stocks or parts intended to build bump stocks."  They've spent so much of the last two years on pantshitting hyperbole that an inanimate plastic stock literally MAKES A RIFLE WORSE THAN A MACXHINE GUN!!111OMGWTFBBQ that they have to actually specify that this is an actual full auto conversion.

“These parts are capable of producing, of altering a firearm, into making an extremely dangerous weapon,” King said.  Wait. Even MOAR dangerous than the "bump stock" mentioned above?  How is this possible?!?!?

Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team (OPNET) has been investigating the transaction with assistance from Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), formerly federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which alerted local authorities to the delivery.  What the fuck do the drugfags have to do with a firearms investigation?

"The residence is located between the Sequim unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula and Sequim High School."  "Between."  We still don't know how near, do we?  And still zero suggestion of any evidence that any attack was intended.  This is just literal THINK OF THE CHILDREN! hyperbole.  Technically, this is known as "bullshit."

"King, who would not identify the man, said a family, not including school-age children, live at the home and that the parts were acquired online." Remember to be afraid of families without children, and the internet!  (The comma is optional.)

"The FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are not involved in the investigation." So, wait, the only federal agency that can actually tell the court whether these are or are not legally full auto conversion parts is not involved?

"King said OPNET has no information that other conversion kits have been delivered in Clallam County." So there's literally nothing here other than some guy MAY HAVE ordered full auto conversion parts from China, and depending on how the ad was worded, may or may not have known they were conversion parts, not just other, perfectly legal trigger mods (Because Chinese eBayers always use proper English and technical descriptions).  Further, we don't know if he intended to use these to have fun at the range, prepare for the inevitable collapse of society due to global warming, kill communists, assassinate politicians, or shoot up a school.  And only one of those is morally wrong.

“[Principal Rebecca Stanton] decided in an abundance of caution to restrict everyone’s movements,” Madison said. PANTSHITTING UNLOCKED!

SUMMARY: Some guy may or may not have ordered parts that may or may not have accelerated his Glocks, and may or may not have ill intent.

And even if he did, converting a pistol to full auto is a great way to make a lot of noise very expensively. Though a Glock can be slightly more effective at it with a wrist brace.  But it's still a piss-poor excuse for a machine gun.

You may have noticed a trend in the media.  Beyond the increasing industry need for clickbait headlines ("Something you may be eating for dinner right now is a deadly toxin. We'll tell you how to buy a book to find out what it is after this commercial break!")

Some of the alleged stories are bloody ridiculous. "David Gellenter, fiercely anti-intellectual computer scientist, is being eyed for Trump's science adviser." 

Um...a computer SCIENTIST...who is a university professor, is somehow "anti-intellectual." 

Or is he just anti-liberal, which is to say, probably a real intellectual? (See what I just did there? We'll come back to that in a bit.) 

Also, that was a tweet, therefore on Twitter, where the Twits hang out to get their news.  We'll also come back to that.

I remember one of these jumping out at me in March of 2009, to the effect of, "Palin's Daughter's ex-Boyfriend's Mother Abuses Prescription Pain Meds."

So, your headline is that someone related to someone who used to be involved with someone who was related to someone who no longer is newsworthy has a medical problem, so this is now newsworthy, or more accurately, you're trying to lay blame on the former VP candidate, right?

This isn't news. This is bullshit.

Now we come to the problem: The entire current generation of "reporters" (because one cannot call them "journalists") grew up with Blogger, LiveJournal, Myspace, and now Twitter and Facebook.

They literally cannot tell the difference between news and op-ed.  The opinion is the headline is the story, and if you disagree, you must be racist, or homophobic, or a Teabagger, or Trump supporter, or Literally Hitler (tm).

Now we come back to what I did up above.  I did in fact put opinion and condescension in my blog post, because this is a blog post, not a journalistic report.

People are worried that the "mainstream" press is being threatened by "fake news."

The reality is there's nothing to worry about.  There's no longer a difference. The millennials have destroyed any credibility the news industry might have had left.  All that matters now is who can shout the loudest.

That's opinion by the way, but I hope you heard me.