Another story by the Frank Chung of news.com.au. Only faker than the last one.
UPDATE: Okay, although this looks like the fake story from the fake ABC site, it's different and based on some sort of facts. Scott Foval, the Dem contractor named, has in fact resigned.
Why haven't most media reported it? because it's based on yet another ambush video from James O'Keefe, who has a long history of dishonest editing and misrepresentation.
So it's impossible to tell how how much of what is depicted is actually true – in this case, how much of it is simply getting supporters to front up at Trump rallies, whether it's really endorsed by the campaign, etc – as journalists have learned to their cost in the past. Ironically, O'Keefe is such a known liar it undermines what's probably a decent scoop.
It's worth noting that even if it's all true (which is unlikely), the basis of it is getting people to go to Trump rallies and ask questions or simply look different, on the assumption that Trump supporters will act crazy and violent in response.
Note an update to the original post, noting a message from the minister's office.
This will be the first non pharma grade product that actually works……
I almost said that.
Hey, how'd your stall go yesterday?
The TVNZ news story based on the interview with Huhana.
You had a driver driving you while he was waiting for his P Endorsement, I hope he was not driving for reward of any sort.
No, no. He had his P endorsement and was an excellent driver – he was talking about how long it took for his endorsement to come through.
It was an airport > home trip and I asked how long he'd been waiting (45 minutes) and tipped him when we got to my house. He said no one had ever done that before. People should. I try and remember to have $5 notes in my wallet as cash tips for good rides.
Closer to 3 I think – The Galaxy was January 86 I think until about Sept 88. The stage was moved then and it was reopened in time for Run DMC in November as The Powerstation.
And for Housequake!
Did you see the New Yorker's story on Uber competitor Juno?
It's very interesting. Basically, Juno is targeting Uber where it's weakest – driver welfare – and luring over high-rated drivers. They're copying the business model and taking the best workers. That's the flipside of the gig economy – workers are very mobile.
Uber’s advice to these people, according to these people who have spoken directly to me: Keep driving, we’ll sort it out.
I had a driver last week who told me about waiting for his P endorsement to come through and being urged to just start working by Uber staff.
"They said they'd back me up. I asked what 'back me up' meant and they couldn't say."
For anyone interested, Fela’s recordings are somewhat scarce on the streaming services, but copious on Bandcamp.
Some of them aren’t cheap by modern music standards – $9 for the 23 minutes of I.T.T. – but they are awesome.