I’ve always marvelled at the incredible talent of original music creators. When I watched the ‘Garden Guitarist’ scene in Woody Allen’s Vicky Christina Barcelona, I always imagined street music to be like that scene…warm, melodious and surrounded by people with amazed expressions. In Old Town Vilnius, I was walking at night towards a huge cathedral when my ears heard the most soul stirring, anguish-laden music float in the air. I hastened my pace towards the music and there I saw this cellist. He was playing alone with his eyes closed, least bothered about the fact that there was no one listening…till I stopped. I stood there in the middle of the street and heard him for a good 15-20minutes…all the while he had his eyes closed and lost in his own art. Only when I clapped at the end of a spectacular piece, did he open his eyes and give me a big smile. I guess he just felt nice that someone was more interested in real music than a mobile phone screen.
Awesome sped up footage from the set of the Moon Landing in Hollywood 🤣 I meant on the moon 🤷♀️ you can't make this up! It's just hilarious! NASA eats souls for dinner LMAO! but hey they are only Lying about "some things" 🤥🤣🤣 #TheWORLDisAstage#TheRainbowPlague#FlatEarth#ToxicCandy
Only 5 congress members voted against this bill. #hr76 Now it is law as of 8/22/2017. Think it doesn't affect you. It will be the blue print for each state coming soon. Stop voting these people into office who don't give a fuck about you! 4th Amendment going?
Congress Quietly Passed A Bill Allowing Warrantless Searches of Homes - Only 1% Opposed It
A bill that will allow homes to be searched without a warrant was passed with overwhelming support by the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Trump—and it happened with no media coverage and very little fanfare.
On the surface, House Joint Resolution 76 looks harmless. The title of the bill claims that its purpose is “Granting the consent and approval of Congress for the Commonwealth of Virginia, the State of Maryland, and the District of Columbia to enter into a compact relating to the establishment of the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission.”
However, there is one major red flag buried within the text of the bill that stems from the list of “powers” given to the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission, and it violates one of the basic tenets of the U.S. Constitution.
The text gives the Commission the authority to enter property near the Metro Rail System “without limitation” and without a warrant, for the purpose of “making inspections, investigations, examinations, and testing.”
This clearly goes against the Fourth Amendment, which states that Americans’ rights “to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause.”
This is not the first time Congress has quietly passed a bill that will take away some of the most basic rights from law-abiding citizens in the U.S., and it won’t be the last. One of the most important things to remember about this legislation is that it was ignored by the media, and while it may only affect the Washington D.C. metro area now, it could be laying the blueprint for future legislation across the country. #theworldisastage#peepthepropaganda#silentweaponsforquietwars#hurricaneharvey#geoengineering#haarp#executiveorder#newworldorder