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After identifying as a man, woman identifies as a dog

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After identifying as a man woman identifies as a dog

A lot of couples role play in marriage. This Los Angeles couple takes it to the next level: trans-dog. This is another instance where South Park predicted the future. In the 2005 episode Mr. Garrison’s Fancy New Vagina, Mr. Garrison gets a vagina, Kyle gets surgery to become tall and black, and Gerald undergoes surgery to become a dolphin. The desire to become a dolphin began when Gerald, after assisting his son in becoming black, decides to take his love of dolphins to the extreme. “Tony Bark” doesn’t go as far to undergo cosmetic surgery yet she nonetheless engages in serious role play believing she is one with the pack. Her husband/handler is entirely supportive of her being trans-dog.

Initial Story (with gender edits to avoid PC confusion)

Playing fetch on all fours might seem like an unusual activity for an adult, but one man who identifies as a dog says it has brought [her] closer to [her] husband.

Tony McGinn, known as ‘Tony Bark’ to his friends, says [she] has been into animal role-play [her] entire life, and refers to [herself] as a ‘human pup’.

The 30-year-old, who was born female and is transgender, is supported by [her] husband and ‘handler’ Andrew who accompanies [her] to regular play dates with other role-players in their hometown of Los Angeles.

Tony said: ‘To me a dog is everything pure in the world. Dogs experience the world through a lens of pure joy that I don’t think other animals have.

‘A lot of little kids like to play like they’re a dog and most of them grow out of it. I just never grew out of that.

‘And now in my adult life, in my relationships, it’s a way for me to feel vulnerable and exposed and close to my partner. It’s a very intimate thing.

‘Imagine if the easiest way to delight your partner is you just throw a ball across the room. Relationships wouldn’t fail anymore if that’s all you had to do.’

Andrew added: ‘I hang out and I provide him with lots of attention and tell him he is a good boy. That’s basically 90 percent of it.

[She] maintains that [her] pastime remains an entirely innocent hobby.

‘For me it’s not sexual but it’s still a form of intimacy because it is a vulnerable place,’ he said. ‘It’s a bit of a power dynamic that puts Andrew in charge and I enjoy that.’

Andrew added: ‘We don’t make it sexual but I have nothing against those who do.’

Takeaway

The most surprising aspect about this story is the lack of sexual component. And while the article views this as role play, who is to say that this won’t be taken as seriously as her claiming to be a man is. After all, in 2005, South Park portrayed both transgenderism, transracism, and transpeciesism as equally insane. No longer is it viewed as such. It’s actually a little relieving that British clickbait tabloid, Daily Mail did not legitimize it to the extent in which they glamorized it. It is also good that in 2018, society hasn’t legitimized being trans-dog yet. Matt Walsh brought a refreshing tweet on the loop this person has created:

Increasingly in our society, people don’t want to grow up and aren’t being told no. This is how a thirty year old woman ends up thinking she’s a dog. At the end of the day, people need to hear the truth, and every hobby necessitates moderation. Taking a hobby this far can be of no benefit to mental health. but I suppose the same can be said about transgenderism.

Related: Predictable: Man becomes woman for cheaper car insurance.

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In Jordan’s ancient Petra, sirens warn of flash floods

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In Jordans ancient Petra sirens warn of flash floods

PETRA, Jordan (AP) — In ancient times, Arab tribesmen dug diversion tunnels to protect their low-lying trading post of Petra against desert flash floods. More than two millennia later, an alarm system warns visitors if flood water rushes toward what has become Jordan’s main tourist attraction.

Earlier this month, the alarms were activated for the first time, said Hussein al-Hasanat of the Petra Development & Tourism Region Authority. Sirens blared minutes before a torrent fed by heavy rains approached the UNESCO World Heritage site carved into rose-hued rock face.

Hundreds of tourists were able to seek higher ground and were later evacuated, he said.

Amateur video posted online at the time showed visitors running through a steep, narrow canyon leading to the Treasury, Petra’s main draw, as guides urged them to hurry. Later, visitors were seen standing on a higher patch near the Treasury as knee-high water poured through the canyon.

Elsewhere in Jordan, such alarms are still missing. Thirty-four people were killed in flash floods in late September and early November.

The last fatal flash flood struck Petra in 1963 when 22 French tourists and a local guide were killed by rapidly rising waters. In response, Jordan’s Department of Antiquities built a dam to keep water from entering the canyon leading to the Treasury.

In 2014, the alarm system was installed as added protection, with sirens set to go off when flood water rises above a certain level.

On Nov. 9, the system was triggered for the first time, through a computer in the Petra Authority’s control room. The computer is connected to eight rain forecast systems and two water detection stations placed in the area, within 8 kilometers (5 miles) of Petra.

The network generates instant data allowing officials to measure possible danger and warn people by the time the water reaches Petra.

Omar Dajani, a meteorologist at the Arabia Weather company, said alarms should be installed in all vulnerable areas in Jordan.

He said urban sprawl has exacerbated the flood risk, which is particularly high in dry areas.

“Now towns have spread so much and many of them were not built with respect for the geography of the region, such as valleys for example, where the water has naturally caused floods for millions of years,” Dajani said.

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Brenda Snipes resigns as Broward County elections supervisor

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Brenda Snipes resigns as Broward County elections supervisor

The nightmare is over. Brenda Snipes, the Broward County elections supervisor who we believe is either incompetent, corrupt, or both, has submitted her resignation.

I think I have served the purpose that I came here for, which was to provide a credible election product for our voters,” she said in her resignation press conference.

Florida finalized election tallies earlier today after a hand count confirmed the original results. Rick Scott was confirmed as the next Senator, unseating Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL).

It may be a bittersweet end to the 75-year-old’s tenure. She seemed more at ease during the press conference than she has since entering the spotlight once again the day after the midterm elections when Broward County failed to report ongoing results as required by Florida law.

Brenda Snipes submits her resignation as Broward elections supervisor

https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/politics/fl-ne-brenda-snipes-resigns-20181118-story.htmlDuring the final days of the recount, Snipes looked exhausted to people who have known her for years. And she foreshadowed an early departure as elections supervisor when she said last week “it is time to move on” but didn’t specify a timetable, saying she wanted to talk to her family.

Snipes was appointed supervisor of elections in 2003 by former Gov. Jeb Bush, after he removed a previous supervisor of elections for incompetence. Bush became one of her critics last week, writing on Twitter it was time for her to go.

Depending on when her official resignation is effective, either Governor Scott or governor-elect Ron DeSantis will appoint her replacement. The position is coming up for election in 2020.

My Take

It’s good that she’s leaving, but at least a part of me was hoping she’d stay and come under the scrutiny of governor-elect Ron DeSantis before the 2020 election. If there was corruption, then it’s important we learn about it sooner rather than later.

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Chipotle knew Masud Omar Ali bragged about dining and dashing before they fired their manager

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Some are cheering on Chipotle for doing the right thing by considering rehiring the manager they fired following a viral video showing her asking African-American patrons to pay up front before placing their order. Evidence has emerged since the firing that the poster of the viral video made a habit of “dining and dashing” at Chipotle and other restaurants, apparently vindicating the manager for her decision to protect the store from theft.

Here’s the problem. According to Matt Palumbo who contacted Chipotle about the incident, they were aware of the history of the customer before they fired their manager.

All of this stems from a viral video posted by Masud Omar Ali

on Twitter.

It ended up getting over 30,000 retweets, 72,000 likes, 5,500 comments, and an astounding 5.5 million views. Many of the comments immediately following the post claimed racism on the part of the manager and Chipotle in general because Mr. Ali is African American. His racially charged Tweet made it seem like all of this was driven by racism.

As it turned out, his own Twitter feed revealed something that he regularly practiced, “dining and dashing.” This is where someone orders food from a restaurant, eats the food, then leaves without paying for it.

Ali seemed quite proud of his thefts and very satisfied that he was able to get someone fired for trying to stop his criminal activities.

Masud Ali Tweet 1

Masud Ali Tweet 2

Masud Ali tweet 3

Now that the “victims” have been exposed as the actual criminals, people on both sides of the aisle are speaking out. Some noted that falsely calling out racism masks real racism. Others talked about the hypocrisy of getting someone fired for trying to stop theft in her store.

This video by self-proclaimed liberal An0maly calls for truth even if it doesn’t fit the narrative of mainstream media, social media, or corporate America.

It’s sad that the truth wasn’t enough to keep Chipotle from firing their manager over false racism. The backlash is what made them act. Even if they rehire her, Chipotle still looks terrible for embracing political correctness in the first place.

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