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posted by takyon on Sunday June 12 2016, @06:00PM   Printer-friendly

A suspected Islamic terrorist opened fire at a gay nightclub in Florida, killing 50 people and wounding another 53 before he was killed by police. While authorities continue to investigate to determine whether this man had ties to ISIS, the terror organization has not been quiet in praising the attack. This comes three days after ISIS announced they would attack somewhere in Florida. Today's attack marks the largest act of terrorism on US soil since 9/11.

takyon: The gunman reportedly called 911 emergency services to pledge allegiance to ISIS. The President will hold a briefing momentarily. Compare this article to the original submission.


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  • (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on Monday June 13 2016, @07:56PM

    by Anonymous Coward on Monday June 13 2016, @07:56PM (#359564)

    There are multitudes of ways of organizing markets that don't rely on having piles of money lying around.

    Not for anything that requires significant up-front capital there aren't.

    Ah, tautology. Good for you.

    Prior to capitalism being mistaken for markets, sailing voyages were frequently paid through shares. Were talking equivalent to multi-million dollar endeavors that got started with little seed money and a promissory IOU after the fact.

    It's called market innovation. In the face of not enough money, the work still needs to get done.

  • (Score: 2) by The Mighty Buzzard on Monday June 13 2016, @08:14PM

    In the face of absent materials, work cannot get done.

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    My rights don't end where your fear begins.