The Daily Populous

Wednesday January 5th, 2022 evening edition

image for Democrats, listen up: Conservatives don't care how they'll be remembered by history

I’m well versed in the language of white, conservative obstructionism and its fruitless projections of goodwill.

The conservative Democrats' continual support for the filibuster has destroyed any optimism I've had that they'd agree to bypass it to advance a voting rights bill.

Their obstruction would place them on the wrong side of history — not that it matters to them, apparently.

Joy: Can you tell us any evidence that Manchin or Sinema has given publicly or to you that they care more about voting rights and democracy continuing than about the filibuster?

Because I haven’t seen any evidence that they actually have more support for voting rights and democracy than they do for the filibuster.

Schumer: Well, we gotta keep pressing them and pressing them and pressing them until they do.

Their willful ignorance isn’t deterred by fear over their place in history; if it were, they’d have supported bypassing the filibuster months ago. »

PlayStation VR2 and PlayStation VR2 Sense controller: the next generation of VR gaming on PS5

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It is my great pleasure to start off 2022 with news on our next generation virtual reality system for the PS5 console, starting with the official name: PlayStation VR2, and our new VR controller, PlayStation VR2 Sense controller.

PlayStation VR2 takes VR gaming to a whole new level, enabling a greater sense of presence and allowing players to escape into game worlds like never before.

: PS VR2 Sense Technology combines eye tracking, headset feedback, 3D Audio, and the innovative PS VR2 Sense controller to create an incredibly deep feeling of immersion. »

Kim Jong-un’s dad ‘invented BURRITOS’ North Korea bizarrely claims as sales of Western dish ‘boom’

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NORTH Korea has bizarrely claimed Kim Jong-un's dad invented burritos in 2011 — and despite food shortages sales of the dish were booming.

6 A mural shows Kim Jong-il in a kitchen where burritos are being prepared Credit: Credit: Pen News.

Away from propaganda, food shortages remain a big problem for North Korea, with Kim Jong-un himself acknowledging last June that the situation was “tense”. »

Show us your handwriting, demand North Korean officials after graffiti appears calling Kim Jong-un a 'son of a b----'

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North Korean officials are demanding handwriting samples from thousands of Pyongyang residents after graffiti appeared insulting supreme leader Kim Jong-un, a rare sign of discontent among the elite in the capital.

Operated by dissidents and defectors, the Seoul-based media outlet has a network of undercover “citizen reporters” in North Korea and China.

He was “barely scraping a living” working as a janitor in Seoul, according to a South Korean military official. »

North Korea fires missile as S.Korea breaks ground for 'peace' railway

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The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command called it a ballistic missile launch and the U.S. State Department condemned, it while repeating calls for renewed dialogue with North Korea.

1/5 People watch a TV broadcasting file footage of a news report on North Korea firing a ballistic missile off its east coast, in Seoul, South Korea, January 5, 2022.

read more. U.N. Security Council resolutions ban all ballistic missile and nuclear tests by North Korea, and have imposed sanctions over the programmes. »