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Cake day: June 15th, 2023


  • On Friday 22 July 2011, Norway was hit by two terrorist attacks. The bomb attack on the government quarter and the mass murder on Utøya are the worst acts of terrorism in Norway since the Second World War. The attack was politically motivated.

    The perpetrator wanted to hit the state, the Labor Party and the party’s youth in AUF.

    At the AUF camp on Utøya in the Tyrifjord, 69 people were killed. 32 of those killed on the island were under the age of 18. The two youngest were only 14 years old. It took just over an hour from the time the police received information about the shots on the island until the perpetrator was arrested.

    There were a total of 564 people on Utøya when the terrorist attacked. 495 survived by hiding in buildings, under dead friends, on mountain slopes or by swimming ashore.

    The perpetrator, Anders Behring Breivik, is serving a sentence of 21 years in prison. In court, Breivik admitted to having committed the murders, but he pleaded not guilty.

  • So usually not unless you have a chem student roommate, at that point they can directly test and see if the compounds they expect to be there are there, but that’s not feasible, so what you would do is just check to make sure it doesnt have anything that we can test for, like fentanyl, opioids, amphetamines, if you test using a normal test kit and don’t find anything harmful, that’s usually a good sign.

    Again though yeah, there is risk involved but some people are willing to take that risk to get what they need

    • China’s State Security Ministry reported that two military personnel were tasked with shredding 200 secret military documents, but instead sold them to a recycling plant for less than $4 total.-

    • A retiree named “Grandpa Zhang” then purchased 4 volumes of these confidential documents from the recycling plant for only 85 cents.- Realizing the documents were marked “confidential” and “secret”, Zhang reported them to authorities. The State Security Ministry then seized the documents.-

    • The ministry criticized the military personnel involved for their “weak sense of confidentiality” and “greed for convenience’s sake”, but said the incident did not result in a significant intelligence leak.-

    • The ministry used this incident as part of a push to encourage the public to report national security lapses through a hotline

    I don’t usually care about news from China, but I did find a bit of humor in this

  • yokonzo@lemmy.worldtomemes@lemmy.worldu up?
    7 days ago

    Probably cause for one reason or another they’re not considering the other person as that, a person.

    I mean I understand how it can happen, it’s happened to most guys at some point, it happened to me once or twice, but I was 15 and inexperienced. If you’re doing this at say, 30, you’re either truly incapable of empathy or otherwise malicious