Sunday, November 13, 2016


I saw this the other day and almost threw my coffee mug at the monitor…you may have a different reaction.  Young men are more into makeup now, so naturally the beauty brands are there to market to the growing gender-neutral trends of Generation Z, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday, October 19th.   The article went on to say…"Gender matters less than it used to," Lucie Greene, worldwide director of the J. Walter Thompson Innovation Group, told the Times. "If you're a youth brand, it's something you need to embrace and understand. It's this very self-confident, hyper-individual generation who are constructing their identity in fashion and makeup outside of their traditional gender buckets."  
CoverGirl recently signed teen makeup artist James Charles as its first male face, marking a movement to appeal to Generation Z's trends.   J. Walter Thompson Innovation Group's report earlier this year revealed, per the Times: 56 percent of Generation Z know someone relating to gender-neutral pronouns of "they," "them," or "ze;".   Only 44 percent bought clothes restricted for their gender;  70 percent support gender-neutral bathrooms.   It is far more trendy than ever to be in the gender-neutral crowd.    "This idea of choice, being whoever you want to be — it's something that is acceptable more and more," art director Fabien Baron told the Times. "It's like the gay evolution in the 60's and the 80's. It's the normal continuation of what should have been happening decades ago."
          It’s not just the physical condition in which the United States is being wussified…it’s everything!
The Federal Bureau of Investigation used to be held in the highest esteem…not so much anymore.  
According to the Wall Street Journal, the FBI usually only “proffers” immunity deals in return for genuine information and requirements that the recipients cooperate with other investigating bodies, such as Congress.  That said, in this specific case its unclear what the FBI received in return for their immunity deals other than what they could have otherwise taken with a subpoena.  As Jim Jordan said, “if the FBI wanted any other Americans’ laptops, they would just go get them—they wouldn’t get an immunity deal.”  But, of course, by offering immunity, the FBI exempted the laptops and their emails as potential evidence in a criminal case.
Here’s what Rep. Jordan, Republican from Ohio said about the FBI’s decision to grant immunity to Clinton’s IT crew: “Here’s the takeaway in my mind: Cheryl Mills gets a heads up in mid-summer of 2014. July 23, the day before Mr. Combetta’s Reddit post, the House Benghazi Committee and the State Dept. reached an agreement on production of documents. Mills has a conversation with Paul Combetta. He goes on Reddit then, and tries to figure out how he can get rid of all this email. Even though he is not successful then, he has to do it later on with BleachBit. And then the clincher: Just last week, he’s going online and trying to delete these Reddit posts. He’s trying to delete his tracks. He’s trying to cover up the cover-up.  
The same guy later took BleachBit and did delete the emails. The guy you gave immunity to, the guy who took the Fifth in front of us, is online trying to figure out how to remove email addresses (change evidence). That guy who later used Bleachbit, who won’t testify in front of Congress, has correspondence with [Hillary Clinton chief of staff] Cheryl Mills, a subject of the investigation. Cheryl Mills, who also got some kind of immunity agreement. Cheryl Mills, who walked out for part of the questions during her interview with the FBI.”
Director Comey, when he first testified about Hillary Clinton, ran down a laundry list of the things she did wrong, the things in which she broke the law…and then gave her a get-out-of-jail-free-card because he said the intent wasn’t clear enough.  For me, the initials FBI now mean Fink’s Battalion of Idiots.   From the Bleachbit site we have this explanation of what it is…When your computer is getting full, BleachBit quickly frees disk space. When your information is only your business, BleachBit guards your privacy. With BleachBit you can free cache, delete cookies, clear Internet history, shred temporary files, delete logs, and discard junk you didn't know was there. Designed for Linux and Windows systems, it wipes clean thousands of applications including Firefox, Internet Explorer, Adobe Flash, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari,and more.  Beyond simply deleting files, BleachBit includes advanced features such as shredding files to prevent recovery, wiping free disk space to hide traces of files deleted by other applications, and vacuuming Firefox to make it faster. Better than free, BleachBit is open source.
          South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy. says Hillary Clinton's team deleted emails "so even God couldn't read them" using BleachBit.   As a little boy I tried to hide things from my mother by putting them behind my back.  As I got older, I found better hiding places, and technology has helped millions to hide stuff they don’t want found.   The question to be asked is this…what was so terrible in the emails that they had to be completely destroyed?   We may never know.   What we DO know is that America IS being fundamentally transformed, as Hussein said he’d do, he just didn’t tell us that we’d be changing from being a great nation into something rapidly resembling Venezuela! 

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