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ShinyHunters posted on Tuesday night in a hacking forum that it obtained data from Ticketmaster and its parent company, Live Nation, including customers’ names, addresses, emails, phone numbers, and order details, Cyber Daily wrote. The group is reportedly attempting to sell the stolen data for $500 million.

From this other link: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-05-29/ticketmaster-hack-allegedlyshinyhunter-customers-data-leaked/103908614

It said 1.3 terabytes of customer data possessed by Ticketmaster including names, addresses, credit card numbers, phone numbers and payment details is up for sale.

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Archive/mirror: https://archive.ph/Eenqj

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Aircraft operated by KLM was preparing to depart when incident occurred at busy Amsterdam hub

A person has died after falling into the spinning turbine blades of a departing passenger jet at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport.

The death occurred on the apron outside the busy hub’s terminal as a KLM flight was preparing to depart for Billund in Denmark.

“A fatal incident took place at Schiphol today during which a person ended up in a running aircraft engine,” the Dutch flag carrier, KLM, said in a statement. “Sadly the person has died.” The victim has not yet been named.

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The guy has got **all **the signs of someone in major mental decline — and it seems to be accelerating. He was half-cracked while he was in office and it's only gotten worse. Like… don't just take my word for it obviously, but if you have bothered to pay attention the signs are there.

Plus, even if you think he's of completely sound mind? He's currently fucking BEGGING for cash because of the half-billion he owes in court penalties. The dude ALREADY practically slobs on the knob of every major international warlord and strongman purely because he has a weird power fetish. The security risk to have a broke-as-fuck, corrupt, cheating dickbucket desperate for cash with access to all of the U.S.A's secrets is UNFATHOMABLE (frankly, I'm convinced he's ALREADY sold shit from those bathroom boxes to half the fucking rich dictators on the planet - look at the state of things!)

in conclusion… I can't even believe I have to argue this with anyone. jesus.

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Colombian lawmakers voted to ban bullfighting from 2027, sending the bill to the President Gustavo Petro for signing. Animal rights groups say the sport does not represent culture, but rather torture.

Colombia moved a step closer to outlawing bullfighting on Tuesday when its lower house of Congress voted 93-2 to ban the sport from 2027.

The move comes after years of lobbying from animal rights groups in various Latin American countries as well as in Portugal and Spain, where the sport originated in its modern form.

Those calling for bans have argued that bullfighting is not a cultural tradition, but rather a relic of colonialism and a cruel form of torture.

The bill will now go to President Gustavo Petro's desk, where he is expected to sign it into law.

On the social media platform X, Petro praised lawmakers for making clear that "death is not a spectacle."

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Justice tells Congress controversy over two extremist flags flown at his houses does not merit recusal from cases

Justice Samuel Alito is rejecting calls to step aside from supreme court cases involving the former president Donald Trump and January 6 defendants because of the controversy over flags that flew over his homes.

In letters to members of Congress on Wednesday, Alito says his wife was responsible for flying an upside-down US flag over his home in 2021 and an “Appeal to Heaven” flag at his New Jersey beach house last year.

Neither incident merits his recusal, he wrote.

“I am therefore duty-bound to reject your recusal request,” he wrote.

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Delhi temperature hits 52.9C, shattering India’s national record

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Gift article, no paywall

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Some cephalopods are able to fly through the air for distances of up to 50 metres (160 ft). While cephalopods are not particularly aerodynamic, they achieve these impressive ranges by jet-propulsion; water continues to be expelled from the funnel while the organism is in the air. The animals spread their fins and tentacles to form wings and actively control lift force with body posture. One species, Todarodes pacificus, has been observed spreading tentacles in a flat fan shape with a mucus film between the individual tentacles, while another, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, has been observed putting the tentacles in a circular arrangement.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cephalopod#Senses

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The post in the screenshot was from January; the original poster has since been suspended for a reason I could not find, even with reveddit. Since then, the same 6 accounts mentioned above seem to be in some sort of limbo, as most of them have been suspended, but still post the same topics regularly.

If you look at the comments of the most repeated posts, there is some acknowledgement of the constant reposting ("Mom said it was my turn to post this, blahblahblah") before being derailed back into the slop in question, but oddly enough, I have not seen any comments directly calling out the sub for botting. I did find one post on the sub itself that got little traction before it was deleted by an automod.

Looking at other subs on the subject, it seems that several people have been quietly banned from the sub for making the same observations. My guess is that joking about people rehashing topics is preferable to people coming to find that your entire subreddit is some sort of psyop.

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Cross-posted from: https://sh.itjust.works/post/20086798


During 2013–2017, casualty rates per 100 million miles were 5.16 (95% CI 4.92 to 5.42) for E- HE vehicles and 2.40 (95%CI 2.38 to 2.41) for ICE vehicles, indicating that collisions were twice as likely (RR 2.15; 95% CI 2.05 to 2.26) with E-HE vehicles. Poisson regression found no evidence that E-HE vehicles were more dangerous in rural environments (RR 0.91; 95% CI 0.74 to 1.11); but strong evidence that E-HE vehicles were three times more dangerous than ICE vehicles in urban environments (RR 2.97; 95% CI 2.41 to 3.7). Sensitivity analyses of missing data support main findings.


  • "Pedestrian safety on the road to net zero: cross-sectional study of collisions with electric and hybrid-electric cars in Great Britain". Phil J Edwards, Siobhan Moore, Craig Higgins. 2024-05-21. J Epidemiol Community Health.
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Delhi temperature hits 52.9C, shattering India’s national record

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Beijing’s leadership is determined to back Moscow “to the hilt,” says State Department No. 2 Kurt Campbell.

The U.S. is stepping up diplomatic efforts to convince Europe about the scale of China's role in aiding Russia's war against Ukraine.

And according to the second most senior figure in the U.S. State Department, Europe is now hardening its stance on Beijing. 

Kurt Campbell — the deputy secretary of state who until recently served as U.S. President Joe Biden's "Indo-Pacific czar" — this week hand-delivered that warning to European diplomats in NATO with "as much detail and specifics as possible." His visit came ahead of a big NATO leaders' summit in Washington in July at which the alliance is expected to send a serious message to Beijing.

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