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At least 74 people have been killed as wildfires rage in Greece.

Among those to die were 26 people found huddled together near a beach.

They are believed to be families who were fleeing the inferno - some were hugging when they were found.

https://news.sky.com/story/greece-wildfires-74-dead-in-unspeakable-tragedy-11447516

Sad shit

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Businesswoman killed after one ton concrete block falls on top of her Tesla

https://metro.co.uk/2018/07/24/businesswoman-killed-one-ton-concrete-block-falls-top-tesla-7755868/amp/?ito=amp-zone-post-item-3

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Another woman crashed into the concrete barrier 1st.

This woman comes along and a piece of it falls on top of her car.

Crazy

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11 hours ago, Toney Barton said:

At least 74 people have been killed as wildfires rage in Greece.

Among those to die were 26 people found huddled together near a beach.

They are believed to be families who were fleeing the inferno - some were hugging when they were found.

https://news.sky.com/story/greece-wildfires-74-dead-in-unspeakable-tragedy-11447516

Sad shit

So sad man, some of them went into the sea to escape the fire but drowned :(

R.I.P to those that died, prayers go out to them

 

 

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When I heard that story I knew it would be family related. Probably trying to get back at the mother in some warped and twisted way.

poor kid :(

hope the judge throws them numbers at them.

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On 7/28/2018 at 10:56 PM, Seydou said:

fam!!!!

'I think all people are androgynous,' Dove told Buzzfeed in a 2015 interview. 'It's just that we've created these genders. 

'I think that "androgynous" applies to someone who doesn't appear physically to be gender specific — you won't be able to figure out what's in their pants.'

wtf?

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Just a strong face woman capitalising on her jawline in these interesting times we livin in

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17 hours ago, Grafter said:

Just a strong face woman capitalising on her jawline in these interesting times we livin in

I agree. I think trying she’s purposely accentuating her more stronger features to get the jobs for being ‘androgynous ‘ and obscure looking. Its working it seems 

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19 hours ago, easy.pee.zee said:

Is there any limit to the depths some human beings would go!!!! Poor kids.

Ok, maybe the death penalty should be introduced for guys like this!

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17 hours ago, Restrictive said:

Wowza!!!! Wonder how much of that will go to the kid or the mums designer handbag collection?? Yes, sorry that’s a generalisation but you have to think.. That judge has just created a woman that is sorted for life off the back of a kid. 

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Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin and his ex-fiancee Brynn Cameron refuted reports that Griffin has been ordered to pay $258,000 a month in child support, according to a statement from the former couple on Friday.

The statement did not clarify how much Griffin has been ordered to pay.

"The recent reports of the financial details of the child support agreement between Blake Griffin and Brynn Cameron are inaccurate," the statement read. "Both sides have settled amicably and are moving forward with co-parenting their two children. Due to the confidential nature of the agreement, no further details will be released."

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On 8/2/2018 at 5:33 AM, Da Luv Doc said:

Ok, maybe the death penalty should be introduced for guys like this!

What other option is there??. Nothing else works statistically!!! Death may be the way to go.

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One of the main ingredient glyphosate causes cancer according to WHO, seems like it’s banned in quite a fair few countries as well.

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On 8/11/2018 at 8:41 AM, Heero Yuy said:

 

One of the main ingredient glyphosate causes cancer according to WHO, seems like it’s banned in quite a fair few countries as well.

Shame they dragged it out this long!! Poor guy had to waste the precious time he has left going back and forth to court dates etc. Glad his family have some justice. He took on Goliath and won.

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This is so so wrong.

 

According to the Daily Mail, "An eight-year-old schoolboy has revealed his 'sassy' drag queen alter ego inspired by Ru Paul's Drag Race.

Fabian Butler, from Gwent, Wales, started wearing dresses and make-up after being inspired by the hit TV show and telling his mum: 'I want to be like that'. 

The natural performer gets dressed up as 'Francesca' whenever he can, and despite being called '****' and 'lesbian' by other children he happily tells bullies to 'go away'.

The youngster, who describes himself as a 'a boy who likes girls' clothes', has even won praise from one of his idols, drag queen Courtney Act.

Fabian's mother Rachel Butler, 44, said she couldn't be prouder of her son and loves telling him 'babe that looks great' when he experiments with his outfits.
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Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent who loves transforming himself into his drag alter ego Francesca (pictured in costume) and was inspired by hit TV show Ru Paul's Drag Race
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Eight-year-old schoolboy Fabian Butler, from Gwent pictured without makeup (left) and in character as his alter ego 'Francesca' (right) was inspired by Ru Paul's Drag Race and spends hours dressing up, singing and walking the catwalk according to his mother Rachel

Rachel said: 'Fabian knows he's a boy but he just loves wearing dresses. He loves the drag queen scene and he's really determined that that's what he wants to do.

'It started when he was about four or five. He would put my shoes on and walk around and play in them. I thought it was a phase he would grow out of.

'When my mum came to visit us she would bring necklaces and bracelets and he would be fascinated by her jewellery. He loved jewels and sparkly things.

'He would notice if I'd had my nails done and at school would comment on his teacher's nails.'

Rachel added: 'For Halloween he would want to dress as a witch so we bought him a witch's outfit and he'd ask for Monster High dolls for Christmas.
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Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent (pictured at home) began dressing up as a drag queen aged four or five. His mother Rachel recalled: 'He would put my shoes on and walk around and play in them. I thought it was a phase he would grow out of'
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Eight-year-old Fabian Butler, from Gwent, Wales, experimenting with makeup. His mother Rachel said of his hobby: 'Fabian knows he's a boy but he just loves wearing dresses. He loves the drag queen scene and he's really determined that that's what he wants to do'
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Eight-year-old Fabian Butler, from Gwent, playing dress-up. The schoolboy loves transforming himself into his alter ego 'Francesca' and spends hours dressing up and walking the catwalk at home

'He was also an angel in the school play so he'd keep wearing the outfit around the house.

'He started watching Ru Paul's Drag Race and was fascinated by it especially drag queen Courtney Act. He would say, "I want to be like that".

'My husband and I went to see Courtney Act and got a message for Fabian from her. He broke down in tears when he saw it.

'He was so overwhelmed. He couldn't believe he had a message from her. That gave him confidence.'

Full-time mum Rachel said Fabian loves transforming himself into his alter ego 'Francesca' and spends hours dressing up and walking the catwalk at home.
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School boy Fabian Butler, from Gwent in Wales, pictured as a little boy with his proud mum Rachel, who says her son is just a boy who likes wearing girls' clothing
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Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent, with mum Rachel. The the natural performer gets dressed up whenever he can and happily tells those who don't accept who he is to 'go away'
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'Sassy' school boy Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent, with his mother. Fabian tells people he's a boy who likes girl's clothes, and has even won praise from one of his idols, drag queen

She said the schoolboy doesn't want to change gender, he simply enjoys wearing girl's clothes, adding: 'He knows he's a boy and just likes drag.

'If he's not in school uniform he'll be wearing a dress. He goes to the park in a dress and some people say 'what have you got on?'. He doesn't care. He tells them it's what he wants.

'If people call him gay or a girl he just says "I'm not gay. I'm Fabian and I like dressing as a girl". He handles it really well and is confident enough to hit back at them.

'On one occasion he did get a bit upset but I told him just to ignore them. He's got that much confidence now. He always says "check me out".

'I just think, why should he not be able to do it? I took him to see my transgender friend and he loved it. He tried on all her high heels.
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Eight-year-old Fabian Butler strikes a pose. The 'sassy' schoolboy said: 'Some of my friends call me gay, lesbian and **** but I tell them the only boys I kiss are my grandpa and my dad'
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In character: Fabian Butler, eight, loves dressing up as his drag queen alter ego Francesca (pictured at home in Gwent) and spends hours getting dressed up in women's clothing
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Drag enthusiast Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent, says he loves to put a dress on as soon as he gets home from school (pictured) - and if he's not at school he'll 'wear one all day'

'He sat and talked to her and she asked him if he wanted to be a girl and he said he wants to be a boy and just likes dressing up as a girl and doing drag.

'He's so open-minded. He thinks everybody should be able to wear what they want and be who they like. I just want to do the best I can for him to help him on this journey.'

Fabian, who loves shopping with his mum, said: 'When I put a dress on and I'm in glamour mode I'm Francesca.

'I always put a dress on when I come home from school and if I'm not at school I'll wear one all day.

'The way I got into it was watching Ru Paul's Drag Race and Courtney Act. She inspires me.

School boy Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent (pictured), has been described as 'open-minded' by his proud mother Rachel, who says he also has the support of his father 

Eight-year-old Fabian Butler, from Gwent, dressing up at home. The youngster loves wearing women's clothes and has no problem in hitting back at bullies, saying: 'I'm not gay'

'What I like is that girls have long hair, how they look and all the high heels. I like the make-up.

'My cousins would do my make up for me but I've been doing it by myself for about two months now. I love contouring, eyeshadow and blusher.

'I'm a boy and I like wearing girls' clothes and dresses. It's my dream to be a drag queen. I would love to win Ru Paul's Drag Race.

'So far I've not got any wigs but I really want one. I've got my clip with the pink hair. Pink and purple are my favourite colours.

'When I'm older I'd love to have my own walk in wardrobe and a stand for my high heels.

Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent, dressing up as his alter ego Francesca. Speaking about his unusual look, the school boy said: 'So far I've not got any wigs but I really want one. I've got my clip with the pink hair. Pink and purple are my favourite colours'

Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent (pictured as his drag queen alter ego) tells all the neighbours that he'll do their make up for them before they go out, according to proud mum Rachel

'Some of my friends call me gay, lesbian and **** but I tell them the only boys I kiss are my grandpa and my dad.

'I explain to them I like being myself and if they don't like it then they can go away from me. I feel like I've been myself for a couple of years and I would say to anyone just be yourself.'

Rachel said her friends and the community really support Fabian and the youngster even offers to do make-up for his neighbours.

She added: 'He loves make up. He lets me put it on him sometimes but he usually does it himself. He's got all the kit and is becoming an expert in contouring.

'He tells all the neighbours that he'll do their make up for them before they go out. He goes on about contouring and has been showing me how to do it.

Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent, wearing lipstick. Explaining his attitude to bullies, he said: 'I like being myself and if they don't like it then they can go away from me. I feel like I've been myself for a couple of years and I would say to anyone just be yourself'

Eight-year-old Fabian Butler, from Gwent (pictured with makeup) loves wearing women's clothing and has already decided to wear a dress to prom when he turns 16. He also enjoys wearing pink hair extensions

'He loves sparkle and glitter and his favourite costume is the angel costume.

'For the school play last year people were saying 'Fabian why do you want to be an angel?' and he said 'because I am an angel'.

'At school they're fab with him. Everyone loves him and accepts him for who he is.

'Before he broke up for the summer holidays they had non-uniform day and we bought him a pink hair clip with a plait which he wore.

'When he was walking to school he was flicking this plait around and the more people that looked at him the more he flicked it.

'When his brother went to his prom this year Fabian said, "When I'm 16 I'm going to the prom in a dress'.'

Fabian Butler, eight, from Gwent, in his angel outfit. The school boy loves sparkle and glitter and his favourite costume is the angel costume, according to mum Rachel

Eight-year-old Fabian Butler, from Gwent, enjoys dressing up (pictured as a Christmas angel) and singing - and his favourite singers are Dua Lipa, Sia and Lady Gaga according to proud mum Rachel

Rachel said Fabian's dad, 40-year-old machine operator Darren Butler, and siblings Olivia, 24, and Ellis, 16, are all proud of Fabian.

Rachel said: 'I've really supported him. From the beginning I was fully behind him.

'I wouldn't want to change him for the world. It's just him. Everyone thinks 'ah it's just Fab' that's who he is.

'His dad took a bit longer to come to terms with it but he's fully behind him and supports him. My daughter thinks he's fantastic and he's always doing her make up.

'There's no one telling him he can't do it. I'm behind him 100 per cent. I always tell him 'babe that looks really good'.'

Rachel, who regularly goes shopping with Fabian for girly stuff, described her son as a proper performer who loves singing, drama and gymnastics - and is convinced he'll have a career on stage.

Rachel said: 'Last week we saw 11 year old Leo Noakes on television and Fabian said 'that's what I want to be. I want to be on television'.

'He's always in the house walking around like it's a catwalk and he loves singing. He likes Dua Lipa, Sia and Lady Gaga.

'If he could wear a dress everyday he would. He wants to be a drag queen - that's his dream.'"

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His father LAWST

Edit: where the fuck is Gwent? Black/mixed race people should only be born in or near big cities. Growing up in incest country never turns out well.

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