(Through web apps) . You can’t back your way into identifying people because you don’t have access to the raw data, just the data in the platform which is anonymized. (Like if you searched 35 year old male, California, it would tell you all the shit that person is into but not their actual name) Long story short what were selling is anonymized but what CA sold was not..
That was a little awkward because it was just before the president had lunch with Mitch McConnell, and he’s the Republican Senate leader who Bannon is really targeting. He’s the main test for primary opponents that they wants them to vote against him. So Trump goes and meets with McConnell, comes out in the Rose Garden of the White House and said he’d try to talk Bannon out of going against certain people.
In fact, Nike moved the launch day to Saturdays by 1998 because of complaints that kids would skip school to line up for the latest version when they found out it was about to hit the stores.Next Saturday, Feb. 9, the 17th model of the top of the line Air Jordan will go on sale just in time for the NBA All Star game, two weeks after the Nike ad campaign began during the NFL playoffs.Reebok, meanwhile, is trying to create its own buzz for its $125 shoe, the Answer V the “V” is for version 5 with a TV advertising campaign that began Jan. 22.
Like virtually everything Jack White does, he not wrong exactly but he also seemingly incapable of not being a condescending asshole about it. Heaven for fucking bid that his fans chronicle their personal experiences at a concert. Yeah they all end up with shitty video with even shittier audio but who gives a fuck? For someone who spends so much time talking about art and how he “gave himself over” to it, he spends a lot of time fussing over what amounts to window dressing..
Who is behind the Bangladesh killings?Lurching from secularism to sectarian terror?Ansar al Islam said on Twitter that it had killed Mr Mannan and Mr Mojumdar because they were working “to promote homosexuality. With the held of their masters, the US crusaders and their Indian allies”.The claim could not be independently verified.Mr Mannan edited Roopbaan, a magazine and activist group for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community that had received some support from foreign embassies.The US ambassador to Bangladesh said he was “devastated by the brutal murder of Xulhaz Mannan and another young Bangladeshi”. Mr Mannan had also worked at the US embassy.On Monday night, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its ally, the Jamaat e Islami group, were “involved in these killings and committing these murders” as a way to destabilise Bangladesh.The opposition denied her claims, and local media have criticised the government, saying it is responsible for protecting minorities.Blogger deathsEarlier this month, a Bangladeshi law student who had expressed secular views online died when he was hacked with machetes and then shot in Dhaka.Last year, four prominent secular bloggers were also killed with machetes.The four bloggers had all appeared on a list of 84 “atheist bloggers” drawn up by Islamist groups in 2013 and widely circulated.Two foreigners an Italian aid worker and a Japanese farmer have also been killed, with both attacks claimed by so called Islamic State, although the government denies the presence of IS on its soil.Who is being targeted?The grim list of those who have fallen victim to attacks by Islamist militants in Bangladesh is growing ever diverse.Secular bloggers, academics, gay rights activists, and members of religious minorities including Shia, Sufi and Ahmadi Muslims, Christians and Hindus have all been killed, many of them hacked to death.That a university professor whose family said believed in God could also be murdered suggests the list of those at risk has widened further.Who exactly is behind the attacks remains murky.