Why is it called boob sweat

In recent weeks, not only have we seen some very large holes punched in the narrative of what happened to George Floyd, but we’ve also seen the very thin veil come off, as the “peaceful protests” by Black Lives Matter and Antifa rapidly devolved into perhaps the worst string of violent riots the country has ever seen.  As of this writing, the city of Portland, Oregon has been host to violent riots for 86 days straight — nearly three months of chaos. 

As we all know, violence in the name of outrage (or really in the name of anything) is nothing new for the Left.  No one is quicker to protest violence by smashing your face with a brick than the tolerant, loving Left.  No one understands better than the Left that the way to fight perceived racism in America is with even stronger and more brazen racism.  No one — not even L. Frank Baum — could construct a better Straw Man to rail against than the Left, and they’ve built one to rival Burning Man against President Trump (see Trump as racist, sexist, homophobe, Islamaphobe, et al). 
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As if 2020 couldn’t get any weirder, airline pilots landing at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Sunday, August 30th, reported seeing “a guy in a jetpack” flying about 300 yards off their wing while on final approach to the bustling airport. What makes the reports even stranger is that, like a scene out of The Rocketeer, the airliners were descending through 3,000 feet when jetpack guy showed up next to them.

Fox 11 broke the story and has the air traffic control audio clips which you can listen to here. The exchanges went like this according to their report:
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It’s easy to say that St. Jacob Blake was the start, but he was only the pretext for the violence in Kenosha.

Most of this comes from good friend Len Savage, via AR-15.com.  As it turns out, Kyle Rittenhouse attempted to do what he came for, i.e., protect property.

“Kyle apparently ran up at the gas station and provided a fire extinguisher that put out Pedo Boy’s dumpster fire that he was pushing into the gas station … It pissed pedo boy off and they attempted to ambush and set the kid on fire to teach him a lesson…”
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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – On Friday, one day after Senator Rand Paul said he was attacked by an ’angry mob’ after leaving the White House, 13 News was able to sit down with the senator and his wife to talk about what happened.

“I think I was a target of opportunity, Rand Paul said. They want to confront, obviously, people that are well known because they get more attention for doing it. I don’t think they necessarily knew it was where I was going to be, or that it was a plan.”

His wife, Kelley Paul, recalled the moment she calls ’terrifying.’

“I’ve never experienced anything like that. At one point we were completely encircled and I was pressed up against, there were two officers that we sort of ran up to,” Kelley Paul explained.
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U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Friday, the California Attorney General’s office filed a petition for an en banc hearing in Duncan v. Becerra—the NRA funded case challenging California’s ban on the possession of magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds. The petition was expected after the 9th Circuit court of appeals affirmed that the ban violated the Second Amendment on August 14, 2020.  With this move, Attorney General Xavier Becerra is doing the bidding of the anti-gun lobby, who earlier this week demanded that California continue to defend the unconstitutional magazine prohibition.
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(CNN) — In May 1989, a bizarre murder attempt in Austin, Texas, gripped the nation and made worldwide news. The details of the case were unusual, and unlike anything police had seen before. The victim? Austin’s oldest resident, a nearly 600-year-old tree known as Treaty Oak.

Treaty Oak is a spectacular specimen. It is centuries older than the city it resides in and stretches out to a spread of nearly 100 feet. In the 1920s, the American Forestry Association named the Treaty Oak the most perfect specimen of a tree in North America. And thanks to a citywide fundraiser in the 1930s, the tree even owns the park it lives on.
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