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 on: Today at 05:47:23 PM 
Started by Irongrip400 - Last post by Las Vegas
Only "good" thing about Uber is that those self-drivers will finally force the old lane-splitting thing for motorcycles to end.  Other than that, it's caused one huge path of destruction across the world.  It should be a study in bought politicians, with a who's who attached to name the globalists involved in this cruel experiment.

 on: Today at 05:42:56 PM 
Started by herne - Last post by robcguns
Kiss is making a comeback?


 on: Today at 05:39:36 PM 
Started by Danimal77 - Last post by NarcissisticDeity
One year later, Kev was becoming inconsistent even then:

Kev tooks months off of training at a time , didn't know if he wanted to be a bodybuilder or a rock star , Insane he could take so much time off and still look so great but you can only get away with that for so long. Happens to every Amateur , they're so hungry & focused to turn Pro and once they get it , they slack off.

 on: Today at 05:38:44 PM 
Started by Coach is Back! - Last post by Yamcha
we better reassign him to the bombings in austin!

 on: Today at 05:35:44 PM 
Started by Dos Equis - Last post by Dos Equis
College Student Booted Out of Class for Saying 'There Are Only Two Genders'
CBN News

A student was kicked out of a Christianity class at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania recently when he questioned the instructor's teaching and said there are only two genders.

Lake Ingle, a senior religious studies major, was barred from the class after he questioned Professor Alison Downie during her lecture titled "Christianity 481: Self, Sin, and Salvation," according to a report from the website Campus Reform.

The professor showed a 15-minute TED Talk to the class by transgender and ex-pastor Paula Stone Williams.  In the video, Williams discussed "mansplaining," 'sexism from men," and "male privilege." The instructor then asked the women in the class to share their thoughts. 

Ingle waited, and when no one responded, Ingle said he objected to the use of one woman's experience in which they were considered to be reality. He also talked about the official view of biologists who claim there are only two biological genders. He also disputed the "gender wage gap," according to the website.

"It was during my objection that Dr. Downie attempted to silence me because I am not a woman," he said.

Downie then asked Ingle to leave the class and not come back. The class is a required course he needs to complete in order to graduate at the end of this semester.

Ingle received a letter from IUP Provost Timothy Moerland on March 2, informing him he had been barred from the class according to the university's Classroom Disruption policy.

The student has been charged with "Disrespectful objection to the professor's class discussion structure; refusal to stop talking out of turn; angry outbursts in response to being required to listen to a trans speaker discuss the reality of white male privilege and sexism; disrespectful references to the validity of trans identity and experience; and making a disrespectful claim that a low score on any class work would be evidence of professor's personal prejudice."

Ingle was told by the university he must apologize to the professor for each offense and apologize to the class for his behavior after which he must listen as the professor or any student shares how they felt during Ingles "disrespectful and disruptive outbursts on 2-28."

Ingle said Downie violated his First Amendment rights.

"It is my belief that the instructor's decision to file these sanctions is an attempt to bully me into redacting my views, making it a matter of free speech," Ingle told Campus Reform.

Ingle also told the website that he will be defending his First Amendment rights to the university's Academic Integrity Board, which will determine whether he will be allowed to resume attending class regularly, or be forced to graduate late. He has retained an attorney to represent him.

"The censorship on college campuses is an issue I have tried to take head-on in many of my courses as well as offering the opposing, conservative view that many classroom discussions beg for," he said.

The matter is scheduled to be heard by the board on March 19.

Student Banned From Christian Theology Course Allowed Back In Class
Education Reporter

A university announced Monday that it would allow a student back in a Christian theology course after he was booted upon saying there were only two genders.

Indiana University of Pennsylvania President Michael Driscoll permitted student Lake Ingle to re-enter the course and indefinitely suspended the student’s academic integrity board hearing. The school had kicked Ingle out of a Christian theology course after the student asserted the existence of only two genders.

“To help ensure that a positive learning environment is maintained, I have asked a senior faculty member with significant experience in the First Amendment and a long career as a successful classroom teacher to join the class as a monitor and a mentor for all,” Driscoll said at a Monday press conference.

Ingle objected to the existence of more than two genders, as well as to what he described as “anecdotal accounts” of “male privilege” and “mansplaining” in a Feb. 28 class. He also refuted the gender wage gap. Indiana University of Pennsylvania kicked the student out of the course following these remarks. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), a free speech nonprofit, said it would be “highly inappropriate” if IUP suspended Ingle only because of his views.

“I have decided to indefinitely pause the formal university process without resolution,” the president stated. “To foster behaviors leading to a constructive learning environment, I have asked Assistant to the President for Social Equity, Dr. Pablo Mendoza, to facilitate discussions among members of the class. If these steps do not yield positive results, I reserve the option to restart the university’s formal processes.”

“Though I am curious how the Academic Integrity Board would have ruled, I am thankful I can continue the course and graduate on time,” Ingle remarked in a Facebook post. “So, I am considering this a victory.”

Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Dr. Everett Piper, author of Not a Day Care: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth, offered Ingle the chance to take Christian theology at OWU while the student was barred from the course.

 on: Today at 05:35:18 PM 
Started by CalvinH - Last post by chaos





 on: Today at 05:35:03 PM 
Started by Irongrip400 - Last post by Las Vegas
Was it the car's fault?

Not said atm, but these cars have been seen running red lights and stuff like that.  So any idea that they're "perfect" or at least "perfectly safe" or whatever, isn't true.

 on: Today at 05:34:15 PM 
Started by Coach is Back! - Last post by chaos
I think any investigation would be eventually labeled corrupt. Trump wouldn't allow any investigation to go untainted and it wouldn't be long before his followers started repeating the chant. Kind of like whats happening now
Much easier to label an investigation corrupt when it's being led by someone with questionable character and shady connections that fills his panel with people that have blatantly spoken out against the person they are supposed to be investigating.
This investigation will forever be questioned no matter which way it goes.

 on: Today at 05:34:02 PM 
Started by gib - Last post by Bevo
Roelly will never beat Phil

Dexters days of placing ahead of boner is done and he’s not winning again

 on: Today at 05:32:51 PM 
Started by NarcissisticDeity - Last post by Gregzs
John Jewett 9 Weeks out of NY Pro

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