Daily Review 10/04/2017

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This provides Standardistas the opportunity to review events of the day.

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9 comments on “Daily Review 10/04/2017”

  1. weka 1

    Picture interpretation?

    • McFlock 1.1

      I’m assuming it’s a drug seizure press conference and the deputies at the back are undercovers/at risk from cartels/gangs, but as our esteemed PM would say “it’s not a good look”.

      Funny thing about cops is that they get a sense of belonging and support from uniforms and discipline, but forget that to regular people it might be downright intimidating.

      I recall one facility said the police could use their space for a training exercise, and some members of public looked bewildered/worried when a whole bunch of cops trotted in at a jog and in step. The cops were on their best behaviour, from their point of view.

  2. Muttonbird 2

    Massive fail by the Hagamans today. They had better withdraw from politics altogether.

  3. adam 4

    Russia is communist. No wait, will need another excuse to hate RT – but no doubt something idiotic will be said. That said the first interview is good, economist and professor Dr. Richard Wolff – blaming trump on capitalism. Probably a bit hard for wets, as a Marxist economists gets some air time.

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