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5:15 AM
> The Supreme Court recently took up the case of New Hampshire v. Massachusetts over this issue. New Hampshire doesn’t have a personal income tax, but about 84,000 New Hampshire residents normally pay Massachusetts income tax because they work in the neighboring state.
> Then the pandemic hit. These workers no longer visited their Bay State offices. But Massachusetts created an emergency rule that said the telecommuting workers would be treated as if they did go to the office and needed to pay its state income tax. New Hampshire objected and sued.
US tax laws are weird
 
5:30 AM
It appears that FBI aircraft are operating in Minneapolis airspace but aren't showing up on civilian equipment unicornriot.ninja/2021/…
The most we have is indications that there is some aircraft in the area via an anti-collision system, no data from a Mode S decoder, no data on ADS-B Exchange, and a communication to KONA 282 by Minneapolis Approach instructing them to climb and maintain 7,500
KONA being an FBI callsign associated with KQM Aviation, a front company that operates FBI surveillance flights
 
 
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4:50 PM
Ex-Trump Staffer Accused of Beating Capitol Cop Complains Prison Doesn’t Come With Turndown Service vanityfair.com/news/2021/03/federico-klein-capitol-attack
> Appearing in prison on Friday, Klein, who did not enter a plea deal, complained about the conditions in prison, which have led to him missing out on beauty sleep. “I wonder if there’s a place where I can stay in detention where I don’t have cockroaches crawling over me while I attempt to sleep,” he said. “I mean, I really haven’t slept all that much, your honor. It would be nice if I could sleep in a place where there were not cockroaches everywhere.”
Lol naturally
Person who actively voted and worked to make prison conditions garbage never thought they'd be in the prison
 
5:39 PM
I mean he's right and he should say it though
 
6:28 PM
Ford Government Memo Warns of $1.6 Billion in Education Cuts and Plans to Layoff Thousands of Frontline Workers pressprogress.ca/…
@Unionhawk Oh I agree. but it would be like the prison warden being tossed in prison and then complaining.
You have the power to change this and didn't, so you reap what you sow.
 
 
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8:44 PM
Texas school scraps assignment that had girls 'obey any reasonable request of a male' news.yahoo.com/…
What in the holy fuck
> The lesson called for them to dress in "a feminine manner to please the men" and to "address all men respectfully by title, with a lowered head and curtsy." It instructed them to "never criticize a male," "initiate a conversation" or "whine." It directed them to "walk behind men or walk daintily, as if their feet were bound." And they were told to cook, clean and "obey any reasonable request of a male. If not sure if it is considered reasonable, ladies can check with their teachers.”
> “Outside the classroom, ladies cannot show intellectual superiority if it would offend the men around them."
Sweet mother of zeus what in the heck
> Colin Tynes Lain, an 18-year-old student in the English class that received the assignment, told NBC's "TODAY" show that the boys had an accompanying assignment.

> Boys were to call girls "milady" and "pay all expenses" when taking them out.

> "Gentlemen will rise when a lady walks into a room. Gentlemen should bow when greeting a lady," said the assignment, which was also shared by Addison on Twitter.
MILADY tips fedora
> Lain noted the teacher received criticism last year for the same lesson.
 

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