Brigitte Dollarhide

Brigitte Dollarhide is 76 Years old (born in 1944) and is a body builder in Texas

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link dump

1.How Federal Intervention Can Ease California’s Homeless Crisis
2.Drugs Zombies, Tent Cities and Medieval Diseases : The Battle for Los Angeles
3.HOW RELEASE OF MENTAL PATIENTS BEGAN
4.Another Voice – Mental Health Myths
5.California Doctors Drafting Policies To Help Tackle Homelessness
6.Drug overdose mortality among residents of single room occupancy buildings in San Francisco, California, 2010-2017
7.Sacramento-Violent, Drug-addicted Transients from Out of Town Make Up the Majority of Homeless
8.San Francisco Methamphetamine Task Force 2019
9.Daphne Bramham: Decriminalization is no silver bullet, says Portugal's drug czar
10.Sacramento Battles Over Homeless Shelters
11.Vice-The Crystal Meth Epidemic Plaguing Fresno
12.San Francisco, Hostage to the Homeless
13.Stanford professor who changed America with just one study was also a liar
14.Kennedy's vision for mental health never realized
15.Crisis Grows in Calif. Mental Hospitals (1979)
16.Toronto neighborhood under siege from safe injection site
17.ARSON, SOCIALISM, PRONOUNS AND A TENT = THE NEW(SOM) CALIFORNIA!
18.Jim Hartman: Tough love approach needed toward homelessness
19.Modern ‘Asylums’ Would Be a Compassionate Answer for Mentally Ill Homeless People
20.Sobriety first, housing plus (Marina Times)
21.'Housing First' approach won't solve homelessness crisis
22.Progressives just won’t admit the truth about opioids and the homeless
23.California can’t solve homelessness by ignoring mental health: Susan Shelley
24.Who Has Profited From The Homeless Crisis Financially and Politically?
25.Gooood Times: California's homeless industrial complex is rolling in the dough
26.State Policy/Court Orders Keep Mentally Ill Homeless on the Streets of California
27.Housing First and Homelessness: The Rhetoric and the Reality
28.Coronavirus Rent Strikes Are On The Fast Track To Obliterating Property Rights
29.Homelessness and Covid-19: Assessing the Response and Planning for the Reopening
30.Rampant Drug Dealing in San Francisco Requires Federal Intervention
31.Prelude to a SFPD Shooting - Tenderloin 5150 incident
32.The Progressive Destruction of Venice Beach, Proxy for the Nation
33.The “Housing First” Approach Has Failed: Time to Reform Federal Policy and Make it Work for Homeless Americans
34.Auditor slams state mental-health system, revives Laura’s Law
35.Housing First: Homing in on the problem
36.San Francisco’s Deathly Compassion - Erica Sandberg
37.A First-Amendment Case for Freedom from the Woke Religion
38.PJ O’Rourke: This is why millennials adore socialism
39.The Harm in “Harm Reduction”
40.Emptying mental hospitals was a joint decision
41.Canada shows 'safe injection sites' aren't safe, effective or wise, says Christopher F. Rufo
42.Lab Coat Tyranny California is using “public health” as a rationale to push progressive political goals. Christopher F. Rufo
43.The Medical Slave State
44.The Battle for California Is the Battle for America
45.San Francisco’s Quality-of-Life Toll (2019)
46.The Cult Dynamics of Wokeness
47.One-Party Democrat Rule Is Killing California, And It’s Coming For The Country
48.Winston84 - list of politically censored websites
49.The Great Reset for Dummies
50.They cant cancel all of us (Spiked June 2020)
51.How America’s Cities Became Bastions of Progressive Politics
52.How Marxists Exploit Race
53.Four Stages of Marxist Takeover: The Accuracy of Yuri Bezmenov
54.The New Untouchables (chris rufo dec3 2020)
55.The Democratic Party’s San Francisco Problem (Hoover November 2020)
56.Soviet Politics, American Style (NYT Dec 2020)
57.The year Big Tech became the Ministry of Truth (Spiked - Dec 2020)
58.Vancouver study finds supportive-housing policies fail to curb drug use (Straight 2015)
59.Antifa AARs, Adapting and Evolving Tactics, Eviction Occupations Spreading (Erin Smith-Jan 2021)
60.The Five Crises of the American Regime (Lind-Tabletmag-Jan 2021)
61. The Real History of Antifa (Kyle Shideler-American Mind)
62.I Now Better Understand the ‘Good German’
63.Wokeness at Noon (LawLiberty dec 2020)
64.Woke Capitalism’s US Social Credit System
65.Parler and the Problem of Escaping Internet Censorship
66.https://www.frontpagemag.com/point/2020/12/why-conservatives-cant-just-build-their-own-google-daniel-greenfield/
67.Every video of democrat violence archived here
68.This Is How Conservatives Get Erased From the Internet
69.California’s Internet Censorship Office is Watching What You Say
70.The Liberal-Left Has Gone Fully Illiberal
71.declassified link dump jan 2021
72.A Journey Through Oligarch Valley (Yashsa Levine 2013)
73.How Big Government And Big Tech Conspire Against Voters (jan 2021)
74.Extraction Intensifies (SF local Jan 2021)
75.Crime And Punishment? Not So Much In California (Hoover Jan 2021)
76.San Francisco’s “Progressive” Drug Policies Kill Hundreds Annually (Hoover Jan 2021)
77.“Multiracial Whiteness”(Powerline blog Jan 2021)
78.San Fran is crawling with drugs. DA shows more concern for dealers
79.To Brin, or Not to Brin (cancel culture essay Jan 2021)
80.Beware the proliferation of preferred pronouns (Spiked Jan 2021)
81.The New National American Elite (Tablet Jan 2021)
82.Biden's Culture War Aggression (substack Jan 2021)
83.Journalists Mobilize Against Free Speech (Tablet Jan 2021)
84.The dystopian reality of Big Tech (Spiked Jan 2021)
85.How to Deprogram Us (AmGreatness Jan 2021)
86.The billionaire takeover of civil society (Spiked Jan 2021)
87.The Greatest Threat to The United States? Corporate Fascism (Redstate Jan 2021)
88.The self-demolition of San Francisco (Medium Jan 2021)
89.Beating Back Cancel Culture: A Case Study from the Field of Artificial Intelligence (Quillette Jan 2021)
90.The Thirty Tyrants (Tabletmag Feb 2021)
91.The Consequences of California’s Centrally Planned Compassion (California Globe Feb 2021)
92.‘Systemic racism’ is a conspiracy theory (Spiked Feb 2021)
93.The Emergent Urban Anti-progressivism (National Review Feb 2021)
94.There are no socialist success stories: John Stossel (OC Register Feb 2021)
95.California is collapsing (Unheard Feb 2021)
96.Our Illiberal Moment (National Review Feb 2021)
97.The Origin and True Agenda of ‘Anti-Racist’ Politics (AMGreatness Feb 2021)
98.A Modest Proposal For Republicans: Use The Word Class (Substack Feb 2021)
99.How the IMD Exclusion Connects to Our Homeless Crisis (Accoglienza: lessons for America - Feb 2021)
100.The Evolutionary Advantages of Playing Victim (Quillette Feb 2021)
101.11 Warning Signs of Gaslighting (Psychology Today 2017)
102.A New Crime Wave—and What to Do About It (City Journal Feb 2021)
103.Here’s What Happens When Social Workers, Not Police, Respond To Mental Health Crises (Civil Beat Mar 2021)
104.We didn’t start this culture war (Spiked Mar 2021)
105.The Spectre of Totalitarianism (The Critic Mar 2021)
106.International Fact-Checking Network: New Worldwide Ministry of Truth? (Activist Post 2017)
107.Klaus Schwab & His Great Fascist Reset (Off Guardian Oct 2020)
108.Hitting Woke Herd Immunity? (AM Greatness Mar 2021)
109.Only In San Francisco: $61,000 Tents And $350,000 Public Toilets (Hoover Mar 2021)
110.Encountering Thomas Sowell (LawLiberty Mar 2021)
111.Making Americans Your Enemies (American Mind Mar 2021)
112.The tyranny of lived experience (Spiked Mar 2021)
113.The Invisible Asylum (Rufo - City Journal - Winter 2021)
114.Why America’s Elites Want to End the Middle Class (Ed Ring - AM Greatness Apr 2021)
115.The Alarming Absence of Accountability in the Homelessness System (Texas Monthly Apr 2021)
116. The Shaky Foundations of LA's Housing 'Entitlement' for the Homeless (Rufo - Real Clear Investigations Apr 2021)

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downtown Oslo July 22, 2011

Link sent from a friend of mine in Oslo, Norway (the friend didn't take the video, only sent the link). It's now on Oslo TV

What really happened in downtown Oslo yesterday. Before, during, and after, from somebody who was there

and a scene from tonights vigil in Oslo

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Canada Day

Happy Canada Day to our neighbors in the north

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1964 Alaska quake footage

this video contains the famous footage of Valdez, Alaska harbor being emptied after a 9.2 earthquake in 1964. This is the same earthquake that wiped out the entire downtown of Crescent City, California the same day in 1964

Up until today, Crescent City, California had the distinction of being the only US city to be hit by a tsunami. It''s now the only US city to be hit twice by a tsunami

Crescent City, 1964

quote today from Crescent City via BBC live feed

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2108: Ted Scott, a retired mill worker who lived in Crescent City, California, when a tsunami killed 17 people on the West Coast in 1964, told the Associated Press: "This is just devastating. I never thought I'd see this again. I watched the docks bust apart. It buckled like a graham cracker."

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Google, Twitter, Saynow join to provide Speak2Tweet for Egypt

This was just started yesterday after Egypt shut down the last ISP

via Computerworld

live feeds via twitter and this service and on these channels is about 100 text per 30 seconds

twitter @ #egypt

http://twitter.com/speak2tweet

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Google offers voice-tweeting service for Egyptians

IDG News Service - SayNow may be better known for helping the Jonas Brothers and the NBA leave short voicemail messages for their fans, but on Monday it found another purpose: helping Egyptians communicate with the rest of the world.

Google, which purchased SayNow just last week, has hacked together a "speak-to-tweet service" for Egyptians who still have working telephones but who can't connect with Twitter because ISPs in the country were ordered to disconnect from the Internet.

The last remaining major ISP (Internet service provider), Noor Group, abruptly disconnected its service on Monday.

"[A]nyone can tweet by simply leaving a voicemail on one of these international phone numbers ... and the service will instantly tweet the message using the hashtag #egypt," Google said in a blog posting. "No Internet connection is required."
Egypt in Turmoil

The speak-to-tweet service automatically puts the voicemail on a Web page that is then linked in a Twitter message posted to Google's Speak2tweet Twitter account.

By Monday afternoon Pacific Time, the service was posting new Twitter messages every few minutes -- many of them in Arabic -- including commentary and reports from Egypt.

It's one of several alternative techniques that have been set up to keep Egyptians connected as people take to the streets to call for democratic reforms to the unpopular government of President Hosni Mubarak.

a few screen shots @ Flickr

twitter#egypt9

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lunar eclipse 2010

San Francisco was cloudy, but somebody in Pacific Grove near Monterey got this shot

Lunar Eclipse, December 20, 2010, 11:42 PST

and this one from Lawrence, Kansas

eclipse flare decemeber 21 2010

from the NASA JPL flickr group

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time magazine’s real person of the year

from Alternet, Wired, Christian Science Monitor and the Washington Post

December 15, 2010

Time Magazine readers chose Julian Assange as Person of the Year. Hands down. But Time's editors preferred to go with the safer choice: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. The loser in this contest is Time Magazine. Hands down.

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Zuckerberg was actually 10th on the list

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stand by

there is no need to adjust your set...please stand by

bw-test-pattern2 (by auweia)

wtf...HEY!

800px-RCA_Indian_Head_test_pattern (by auweia)

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Happy Thanksgiving

An American tradition

alices-restaurant (by auweia)

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