The Daily Populous

Saturday May 28th, 2022 day edition

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Local law enforcement asked them to wait, and then instructed HSI agents to help pull children out of the windows.

The BORTAC team, armed with tactical gear, at first did not move toward the gunman.

After approximately 30 minutes passed, however, the federal agents opted of their own volition to lead the “stack” of officers inside the school and take down the shooter.

“From the benefit of hindsight where I’m sitting now, of course, it was not the right decision.

Arredondo was not present among law enforcement officials standing with McCraw on Friday, and McCraw did not explicitly name him.

McCraw said Friday that two students inside the school dialed 911 multiple times during the shooting and begged authorities for help.

At 12:47 p.m., one of the students called a 911 operator and said “please send the police now.”. »

Spanish parliament approves ‘only yes means yes’ consent bill

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The bill, popularly known as “Only yes means yes”, seeks to tackle the nebulous definition of consent in Spanish law.

The new bill defines consent as an explicit expression of a person’s will, making it clear that silence or passivity do not equal consent.

“From today, Spain is a freer, safer country for all women,” she told parliament. »

Time to Put the “Good Guy With a Gun” Delusion Out of Its Misery

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Strippers can apparently better forecast the market than your finance bro

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Since its posting on May 19, the tweet has garnered over 120,000 likes and nearly 15,000 retweets.

As strippers, “we always have to be aware of fluctuations in the market and how upper class white men are behaving and spending their money,” the user continued.

The person ended their series of tweets by concluding that, “every single stripper I know is a better trend forecaster than any finance bro or marketing exec.”. »