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cocky4ever

cocky4ever

Member Since 02 Dec 2004
Online Last Active 13 minutes ago

Anyone here play chess??

Today, 09:06 AM

If so, or if you've ever wanted to learn but never did I recommend the chess.com app. Lessons to cover everything from chess basics to master end games. 10 different difficulty levels for computer play and you can play anyone else with the app.


I'm decent but not that good. If anyone wants to play search for "clappinweights".

So I started taking cold showers last week

27 April 2016 - 05:02 PM

And I can honestly say they're legit. I already look forward to them more than I used to look forward to warm/hot showers.

http://www.menprovem...f-cold-showers/


I definitely suggest it if you aren't a giant pu$sy. Word of advice though...don't just jump into your first one and don't start with your back facing the water. Start with cool water and let it hit your feet, then legs, then front torso, then head, then back. After that just keep adjusting it to colder and colder water. It's only been a week and a half and I can already end up on completely cold and stay in as long as I want. You'll thank me later.

How immigration is making the world worse

24 April 2016 - 09:12 AM

Explained in a way that even a 5 year old could understand it....




Transgenderism broken down...

05 April 2016 - 02:47 PM








And the sad thing is that in 20-30 years they'll have changed the landscape so much that the understanding of it as a mental illness will be considered "outdated science".

Panama Papers dropped yesterday...

04 April 2016 - 04:50 AM

http://www.usatoday....lobal/82589874/


Sunday’s jaw-dropping “Panama Papers” leak, which shows a global network of offshore companies helping the wealthy hide their assets, is already being called “the Wikileaks of the mega-rich."

The hashtag #panamapapers topped Twitter on Sunday afternoon. Among those reacting through tweets: Edward Snowden, the 2013 CIA leaker, who said the “Biggest leak in the history of data journalism just went live, and it's about corruption.”

In Russia, President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters that the Kremlin had already received “a series of questions in a rude manner” from an organization that he said was trying to smear Putin.
“Journalists and members of other organizations have been actively trying to discredit Putin and this country’s leadership,” Peskov said.

In Russia, President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters that the Kremlin had already received “a series of questions in a rude manner” from an organization that he said was trying to smear Putin.
“Journalists and members of other organizations have been actively trying to discredit Putin and this country’s leadership,” Peskov said.


USA TODAY
Panama Papers explainer: What you should know

The Washington, D.C.-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ) said the trove of 11.5 million records details the offshore holdings of a dozen current and former world leaders, as well as businessmen, criminals, celebrities and sports stars. The data span nearly 40 years, from 1977 through the end of 2015, ICIJ said, allowing “a never-before-seen view inside the offshore world — providing a day-to-day, decade-by-decade look at how dark money flows through the global financial system, breeding crime and stripping national treasuries of tax revenues.”
Jim Clarken, the CEO of Oxfam Ireland, tweeted: "As long as tax dodging continues to drain government coffers, there is a human cost."
In Australia, the country's tax office said it was investigating more than 800 wealthy clients of the Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca for possible tax evasion, Reuters reported.
The Australian Tax Office (ATO) said it had linked more than 120 of the clients "to an associate offshore service provider located in Hong Kong."  ATO Deputy Commissioner Michael Cranston said his office was working with the Australian Federal Police, the Australian Crime Commission and anti-money laundering regulator AUSTRAC.

Iceland’s prime minister, one of several major politicians with alleged links to secret “shell” companies, was expected to face calls for a snap election, Britain’s Guardian reported.

For a few moments, it actually looked as if Prime Minister Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson had resigned outright. The confusion happened when Gunnlaugsson’s predecessor called on him to step down — Google translated the Icelandic “must resign” as "will immediately resign."

The leaked records show that Gunnlaugsson co-owned a company set up in 2007 on the Caribbean island of Tortola, in the British Virgin Islands, to hold investments with his wealthy partner, Anna Pálsdóttir, whom he later married.
Gunnlaugsson on Sunday walked out of an interview with Swedish TV broadcaster SVT, saying, “What are you trying to make up here? This is totally inappropriate,” The Guardian reported.