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Re: “NAACP calls on faith-based leaders to treat HIV like a social justice issue

Hello everybody i am so happy to share this testimony on how Dr Molemen was able to heal me from HIV Disease, well i was detected positive on 23th may 2013, and ever since i have been looking for a way to treat and cure this disease from me, but all ways i try there was no solution, few weeks ago i saw a testimony of some people on how Dr Molemen was able to cure them from HIV disease, still on i heard about it on media when a young lady also gave her testimony about this same Dr, well left with no hope i message Dr Molemen telling him all my problem, he told me what we where going to do, that he was going to send me a portion which i am going to take, and after which i took this herb portion he sent to me, he told me to go back to the hospital for check up and after i have done that i should come and tell him the good news result, at first when i saw the message i was so shock and still did not believed i will be cured, well friend to make my story short i am HIV negative now after many time of sorrow, i am Negative, and my sickness are gone, i thank God for leading me to this man, you can contact him on email (drmolemenspiritualtemple@gmail.com) or call him at +2347036013351,

Posted by Shella Staten Morris on 12/17/2014 at 5:56 PM

Re: “The Unofficial Underwear Issue

According to the Museum of Menstruation, women’s underwear as we know it today (close fitting briefs), didn’t exist until the 1930s. Of course there was the pair in the Austrian floorboards, but it is safe to assume that, tucked away as they were, they did not influence 20th century fashions. The first mention of “briefs” (so brief! Barely pantaloons at all!) the museum could find was in the Sears Roebuck catalog of 1935, where special mention was made that they were “every day” briefs. This harkens back to the nuanced world of menstruation containment. Before women wore fitted underpants every day, they wore them only monthly, to keep pads in place. Some historians believe the menstrual brief was designed based on diapers, which in turn inspired the prototype of all modern women’s underwear.

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Posted by less-is-best on 12/17/2014 at 2:52 PM

Re: “A look at why the African-American cultural scene struggles to thrive in Charlotte

This article really summed up everything for me. I would describe myself as being professional but down-to-earth, edgy, single, 40s, African American, highly educated and a bit of a wanderer. I'm drawn to urban, cultural, intellectually stimulating cities. I moved to CLT a little over two years ago having never visited the city for a job opportunity (1st mistake). Based on what I heard about the city; "mini-Atlanta", "on-the-come-up", "thriving culture", etc., I thought perfect! Charlotte would be an ok place to live for a while. So, I took a chance and migrated all the way to NC sight-un-seen. (2nd mistake) In other words, I fell for the hype big time. Man was I bamboozled!!! Charlotte fell way short of my expectations. And the mini-Atlanta comments are far from true. I found it to be sorely lacking socially. The Queen City lacks something and I can't really put my fingers on it. I'll describe it as very sleepy, boondock-ish & ultra corn-fed country. In fact, it was the most depressing & lonely experience of my life. Some days when I start second guessing myself and start thinking that PERHAPS I didn't give the city enough of a chance, articles like this serve as validation.

Posted by Pebbles on 12/17/2014 at 12:02 AM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

Not to piggyback from what that V for Vendetta stated but things that were overexaggerated in the article is the victim moving from her residence of 10 years which was not true. She had only lived in her residence for less then 2 years. Also missing is the history the two have had in the courts previously which is public record which shows a previous restraining order that was tossed out and a previous criminal case that the woman never showed up to court for. Also we at /b/ have seen the multiple messages sent out from the woman in the article to the various members of a facebook user who is connected to the accused. You have not fact checked all sides just one side. If you need to confirm this there is a facebook user by the name of Atom Kane who can verify this woman sent these messages stalking the accused. Fact check that then visit our board at /b/

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Posted by We are Anonymous on 12/15/2014 at 7:15 PM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

This article is not a farce. It was fact checked and confirmed by multiple sources. It's intent is to call out serious flaws in our justice system for victims of this ever-increasing crime seeking assistance. We chose to highlight two women's stories as examples of these flaws. Thank you for reading.

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Posted by Erin Tracy-Blackwood on 12/15/2014 at 6:04 PM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

Here are the fake profiles the lady in this article created to send messages to the accused friends on Facebook. That's why there are two sides to every story. There is a facebook group called This is my story that the accused created detailing the messages that this woman In this article sent to him and his family throughtout this ordeal. The family reported the threatening messages to the Detective investigating the case but because of his relationship to the supposed victim he did not pursue it and is currently being investigated by I.A. http://i.instagram.com/stalkerpatroling/ or https://m.facebook.com/home.php?refsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fm.facebook.com%2Fhome.php&refid=8&_rdr#!/profile.php?id=1027279317
The Facebook profile in question sent multiple messages to various friends of the accused on Facebook in attempts to locate him and sent msgs stating he had bothered her along with other harassing messages. The profile picture on the fb page is also the same one that is used in the supposed victims mobile uploads seen on Facebook that has been identified to her. Even if the profile is removed the msgs sent by her can't be and the fb login is traceable to her I.P. This whole article is a farce and we support the accused based on the evidence.

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Posted by V for Vendetta on 12/14/2014 at 5:02 PM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

NC can pass all the laws they like. How effective will they be if the stalker is in another state?

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Posted by Common Sense on 12/13/2014 at 10:09 PM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

There is no such thing as a supposed victim for conversation sake doing questionable things through social media to get back at their ex for whatever reason they chose to. If that is true and can be proven in court then the case has itself is in jeopardy. There was a similar case where the accuser sent deregatory messages to the subjects friends to antagonize the accused and a cyberteam tracked them by their I.P. Too many instances women are allowed to make false accusations against men especially if their is a history between the two that shows a pattern of false claims and dismissed court cases. The city of Charlotte makes a killing with these domestic violence cases because the two involved have been downtown more then once or twice and gotten back together later. I'd like to hear his side of the story because as a man who has been falsely accused by an ex only to have the case thrown out I tend to question the validity of said claims. You are innocent until proven guilty or unless you're a black man killed or beaten by white cops you are automatically innocent to the members of the black community. Not so much with domestic disputes. It is the females word taken as truth, always.

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Posted by Not so Concerned on 12/12/2014 at 8:55 PM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

https://www.change.org/p/patrick-mccrory-rodney-moore-revamp-existing-laws-concerning-domestic-violence-stalking-creating-a-national-domestic-violence-registry

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Posted by ChangingThe GameUp on 12/12/2014 at 7:56 PM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

I don't see anything above about the victim stalking anyone & I can't imagine what kind of threat the victim could levy at the perverts family. There shouldn't be two sides to the story, when she said I Don't Want Him, the story should have ended. For conversation sake, let's say she was forced to try to stop the stalking through questionable actions on social media, don't blame her, it appears our courts were failing her. I wish the article had posted a link to her change.org petition,, this guy is mentally ill, she needs to be protected.

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Posted by Concerned on 12/12/2014 at 7:17 PM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

From what I've read on Facebook about this case from both parties it seems like the accuser is also guilty of stalking the ex. Making fake profiles to contact his friends, threatening his family and etc from fake #'s in texts and other questionable tactics. Two sides to every story yet when women shed the 1st tear it's as if their story is made more believable. If that is the case the both of you are in the wrong but I'd be interested to see how this plays out. Good luck to ya

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Posted by Emmanuel Lewis III on 12/12/2014 at 3:22 PM

Re: “North Carolina's vague cyberstalking law makes it difficult for victims

What a great article!!! Thank you for only hitting the surface of my story! It is great to actually see it in print and to see that I am not the only victim out here dealing with the same issues! It's good to see that my story is reaching the masses, even my actual stalker who still thinks that he can control my emotions, actions, and life through manipulation and intimidation...We have all said enough is enough!!! Thanks for sharing my story, more to come...peace and blessings!

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Posted by ChangingThe GameUp on 12/11/2014 at 11:30 AM
Posted by Stalkerpatrol on 12/10/2014 at 9:18 PM

Re: “N.C.'s fossil fuel fury

"On Nov. 11, while many of us were still fuming about the midterm elections,..."

I wasn't. In fact, less than half of voters were fuming. The majority of voters were likely very pleased. Those who stayed home don't matter. If you don't vote, don't complain. On a note, I have heard of amazingly few stories of people who were denied access to a polling place because of any new voter ID laws.

If your candidate lost...oh well. Better luck in 2 years.

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Posted by The Plain Truth on 12/10/2014 at 8:00 PM

Re: “The tarnished legacy of retiring DA Peter Gilchrist

Gilchrist apparently deserved to be attacked from both sides. He was a well-known homophobe who attempted to shut down anything to do with homosexuality on grounds of obscentity. He also stated that it was his wont to threaten defendants with homosexual sodomy in prison if they didn't cooperate with his office in obscenity cases, something that can get a person disbarred in enlightened jurisdictions, but apparently, not in North Carolina:

https://www.charlottemagazine.com/Charlotte-Magazine/December-2010/Being-District-Attorney-Peter-Gilchrist-Looks-Back/index.php?requiressl=true#comments

Posted by williamodouglas on 12/07/2014 at 11:34 PM

Re: “NAACP calls on faith-based leaders to treat HIV like a social justice issue

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Posted by Clifford Mary on 12/06/2014 at 5:12 PM

Re: “NAACP calls on faith-based leaders to treat HIV like a social justice issue

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Posted by Mrs Barnetta on 12/05/2014 at 5:22 AM

Re: “NAACP calls on faith-based leaders to treat HIV like a social justice issue

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Posted by Clifford Mary on 12/03/2014 at 11:43 PM

Re: “NAACP calls on faith-based leaders to treat HIV like a social justice issue

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Posted by Clifford Mary on 12/03/2014 at 11:43 PM

Re: “NAACP calls on faith-based leaders to treat HIV like a social justice issue

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