[Dn 01 Feb] Dan couldn't make it editionmortuz newsAdjust content blockingContent Blocking Block Politics?nextrandomComment Prev Next Trump plans to release the memo on Friday ------- American Politics ------- A White House official confirmed to reporters that President Donald Trump has read the House Intelligence Committee FISA memo after the committee voted to release it to the public. Reporters questioned the president after Democrats protested the release of the memo, but neither he nor his chief of staff John Kelly would respond to questions about whether the White House would allow its public release. White House officials confirmed that Trump will likely declassify the memo on Friday, despite a few technical edits made by House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer responded by demanding Speaker Paul Ryan remove Nunes as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, accusing him of “dangerous partisanship.” Breitbart: http://archive.is/1zNTYWoman tries to board plane with emotional support *******. United Airlines says No ------- Airlines Problems ------- K-9s, felines ... and ********. Airlines that have begun talking about tightening restrictions on a proliferating array of “emotional support” animals on commercial flights may have found their case bolstered this week after a picture of a ******* that was reportedly denied a seat aboard a United Airlines flight traveled far and wide. The Jet Set, a travel-focused television show based in Washington, posted the photo on Facebook of the resplendent blue-and-green bird, saying that the “emotional support *******” had been denied boarding on a flight at Newark International Airport. United Airlines confirmed that the exotic animal was barred from the plane Saturday because it “did not meet guidelines for a number of reasons, including its weight and size. We explained this to the customer on three separate occasions before they arrived at the airport,” an airline spokeswoman said in a statement Tuesday. The *********** owner, who was identified by the Associated Press as Ventiko, a photographer and performance artist in New York, told the news agency that she bought the bird its own ticket. The *******, named Dexter, appears to have its own Instagram account, showing the bird in one photo perched atop a luggage cart at the airport. “Spent 6 hours trying to get on my flight to LA (after following all required protocol),” the post read. “Tomorrow my human friends are going to drive me cross country!” Washington Post: http://archive.is/8gYP7Russia Claims It Will Deport ‘About 10K’ North Korean Migrant Workers by 2019 ------- Russia ------- Russia is reportedly expected to repatriate about 10,000 allegedly legal North Korean migrant workers to abide by United Nations Security Council sanctions imposed on dictator Kim Jong-un’s ballistic missile and nuclear programs. Under restrictions imposed by the U.N. on December 22, nations are required to send all North Korean workers home within two years. In comments made to the Interfax news agency, Alexander Matsegora, the Russian ambassador to North Korea, said, “We will have to obey the Security Council decision and send all workers from Russia by the end of 2019,” reports Reuters. The Kremlin’s envoy reportedly claimed that there were no illegal North Korean migrants in Russia, adding that “tens of thousands” are expected to be removed from the country. Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged the United States to embrace dialogue rather than pushing North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un into “a corner.” Breitbart: http://archive.is/EiK7gGallery removes naked nymphs painting to 'prompt conversation' ------- Art World ------- The decision by the Manchester Art Gallery to temporarily remove a famous Victorian painting showing nude mythological creatures has been deemed “puritanical” and an act of “authoritarian moralising”. Inspired by the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements against sexual assault, the gallery has removed Hylas and the Nymphs by John William Waterhouse ) to “prompt conversation” about how artwork is displayed and interpreted. Manchester Art Gallery blogged the directors’ rationale: “This gallery presents the female body as either a ‘passive decorative form’ or a ‘femme fatale’. Let’s challenge this Victorian fantasy! “The gallery exists in a world full of intertwined issues of gender, race, sexuality and class which affect us all. How could artworks speak in more contemporary, relevant ways?” Visitors are asked to share their thoughts on the bare wall space with post-its or on Twitter via the hashtag #MAGSoniaBoyce. The Guardian: http://archive.is/smvEyArizona State Planned Masturbation Workshop Titled ‘Go **** Yourself’ ------- Sex Education ------- A workshop event now titled “Go Love Yourself” will take place at Arizona State University on February 13. The event will cover topics of sexual self-gratification such as masturbation. The workshop will feature a training session from a “pleasure professional.” “Getting in touch with yourself by touching yourself,” a Facebook page  for the event reads. “Join pleasure professional Natalie Treacy for a shame-free, pleasure focused discussion about masturbation and self exploration to get the pleasure you want and deserve.” The event was organized by Arizona State’s undergraduate student government. The student government organization has put on several events on the topic of sexuality in recent history. In November 2017, the student government organized a lecture that was titled “The Sex Ed You Deserve.” In addition to these events, they hired a Director of Sexual Wellbeing to oversee all matters relating to sexuality on campus. Campus Reform - http://archive.is/Ul7Gy https://www.facebook.com/events/1397844463677245/?active_tab=about A little girl who saved her dad’s life by calling 999 and giving chest compressions after he suddenly collapsed ------- Wholesome ------- Ashley Bradburn, the dad, had suffered a burst cyst on his pancreas and fell to the ground in agony. The only other people in the house at the time were his seven-year-old daughter, Chloe, and her little sister, Gracie May, three. Chloe, who turned eight in November, grabbed her unconscious dad’s mobile phone and called the emergency services. “I heard a thud and then I went downstairs and I saw Daddy crying on the floor and then I dialled 999 because I saw he was hurt," she said. “I felt scared. They told me to pump this heart seven times and make sure he was breathing. I waited with Daddy until the ambulance came and then I let the ambulance people in.” Dad, Ashley, 29, said: “She saved my life so obviously I’m extremely proud of her for how brave and courageous she was for dialling 999. I’m all back to normal now, thankfully. It was a bit of a shock – a completely unexpected illness. We try to keep our three daughters aware of what to do in an emergency – how to dial an ambulance and to tell them our address. They’re all very intelligent and switched-on girls, luckily.” Chloe was today presented with a bravery award by East Midlands Ambulance Service at her school – Outwoods Edge Primary in Loughborough. Leicester Mercury: http://archive.is/iMxOu Last Daily News: You need to login to view this link Preferred Story The Memo will be released Friday "Emotional Support" Animals Russia deports admin's minions Leave titty good art alone What a bunch of Jerkoffs Multiple votes allowed! Vote! 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