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A US Supreme Court decision that a death sentence cannot be mandatory in any circumstance.
Elizabeth Scherer is the judge presiding over the case against Nikolas Cruz for committing the Stoneman Douglas high school shooting. She has been serving as Broward county circuit judge since 2012 when she was appointed be Governor Rick Scott when she was 36 years old. She ran unopposed in 2014 her term ends on January 4th 2021. She is also the daughter of noted William Scherer Fort Lauderdale litigator William Scherer who was on the forefront of George W. Bush’s legal team for the election ballot challenge in 2000.
There appears to be significant interest in this text, whether it is a valid text or a fraudulent one. Via Google, there were over 100,000 hits when searching for Kolbrin, and over 17,000 hits when clicking on its Videos link. Searching on YouTube brought 11,800 results. One video in another language had 256K views in only 5 months ("LA BIBLIA DE KOLBRIN, el libro que cambia POR COMPLETO la historia de la humanidad", translated by Google Translate as "THE KOLBRIN BIBLE, the book that completely changes the history of humanity"). Whether it ought to be called a "bible" or not is one issue, which is why I suggest the article be called "Kolbrin text" or something better. I have made over 1,000 edits on Wikipedia in the past decade, but I don't have the wherewithal to create an article, and look to my betters to do justice to the topic, where others may have failed. See next.
Edit: There are at least three English "editions" out that purport to contain various texts, two of a printed title and one e-book version (Kindle). On Amazon.com it has star ratings for the 3 editions: 4.8./5 (Hardcover, 14 reviews), 4.5/5 (Paperback, 46 reviews), and 4.5/5 (Kindle, 36 reviews). It has a 4.1/5 star review on GoodReads. I also found a PDF, though I don't know where that came from. Skimming part of the PDF, I didn't get a sense of where these text came from, their provenance, or whether any actual texts of these still exist. Its explanation of the destruction of "old books" in the early 1900s and/or later made sense; such has happened even to incredibly important, famous, extant manuscripts.
Note that a RationalWiki article about the topic appears to be way out of date, missing these book versions which came out as early as 2016, and is of course a biased article. I believe Wikipedia can do better.
The books found so far – purporting to be of these texts – are as follows:
The Kolbrin Bible: 21st Century Master Edition by Janice Manning (Editor) Paperback, Abridged, 596 pages Published May 31st 2006 by Your Own World Books ISBN 1597720054. ISBN-13 9781597720052.
The Kolbrin Bible: 21st Century Master Edition by Janice Manning, Marshall Masters Kindle Edition, 596 pages Published May 31st 2006 by YOWBOOKS.COM ISBN-13 9781597720083.
The Kolbrin Bible: 21st Century Master Edition by Marshall Masters (Editor), Janice Manning (Editor) Hardcover, 620 pages Published August 1st 2013 by Your Own World Books (first published May 31st 2006) ISBN 1597721107. ISBN-13 9781597721103.
I am not suggesting an article be written about this book alone but about the texts themselves which article may wish to mention these editions.
I did not search further for academic writings about "The Kolbrin".
- There was a previous article about it which has been deleted. See: Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Kolbrin Bible and Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Kolbrin Bible (2nd nomination) --NoSnakesInIreland (talk) 22:44, 13 March 2019 (UTC)
Article is hopelessly biased (with such terms as revolt, deprive), from the title down. A discussion about the role of the electoral college would be entirely at home in articles on the election, this article is solely there to make a WP:POINT. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 14:31, 7 December 2016 (UTC)
NOTE:I made an article about this but it got deleted. So skinseed is an app that you use to make custom skins for minecraft pocket and pc edition.You can also share your skins to the community!You also have an account,name,password,and profile picture!(you can have the one from the skins in your warbdrobe,or use skinseed messenger to put a custom one).You also have followers,and can get skins from sites like http://www.minecraftskins.com It is a amazing app and i think it deserves a article! — Preceding unsigned comment added by QuitenBases (talk • contribs) 17:31, 17 September 2017 (UTC)
Briefly sparking, Liu Gang incident is about Liu Gang was a Chinese university student who is considered as having mental ill and was forced to be in mental hospital. The mental statue of him is disputed and enforced management is concerned. I find some news about it to make sure it meet Wikipedia standards. It's a ongoing event. Source:
- 大学生被精神病：我没办法证明自己是正常人 ——中华网, China.com
- 法院通报大学生被精神病案审理情况:依法重审 公正判决 ——正义网, JCRB.com
- 大学生“被神经病”是对公民权利的严重伤害 ——央视网, www.cctv.com
- “大学生被强送精神病院收治”，违法疑云还须扫清 ——光明网, www.gmw.cn
Report above are source I think they are realible sources because most of them are state run media. Please someone check them and determin if this could be an Wikipedia article. Thank you. 2409:8930:FF78:E8AC:1392:8B1D:D0:13C5 (talk) 09:04, 17 October 2018 (UTC)
If any other sources are needed, please write it in this page. I can hardly keep NPOV when meeting article like this and I still can't write an proper Wikipedia article. Also, I'm concerned if this part will be deleted due to Mainstream policy or forbid to "comments protesting, challenging or questioning the validity, reliability, or existence of psychiatry". 2409:8930:FF78:E8AC:1392:8B1D:D0:13C5 (talk) 09:11, 17 October 2018 (UTC)
Surveillance detection routeEdit
animosity towards journalists. Hostility towards the media, openly encouraged by political leaders, and the efforts of authoritarian regimes to export their vision of journalism in ways that pose a threat to democracies, the term is used in rsf.org Press Freedom Index, and is a factor in describing and evaluationof the level of press freedom.--Uwe a (talk) 13:49, 16 April 2019 (UTC)
An astonishing crime in 1992 where a group of teenagers (they pretended to be the mob spearheaded by Frank Castaldo) their friend (Robert Solimine) by making him recite a passage from the bible. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Uncoveringcelebrityhistory (talk • contribs) 08:01, 1 June 2019 (UTC)
I am interested in the history of cake carriers. There are different forms and materials, such as aluminum, chrome, plastic. Locking and not locking. I have an aluminum carrier with a lever linkage system that engages three locks around the junction of top and base when one lever is moved to the lock position. When was this invented? Who invented it? What years was it made, and by which companies? Other metal locking cake carriers use a system that has several locks around the base, each of which is locked individually. Some look like hinged snapping closures, others are levers which engage a flange. Some lock by method of a wire bail (or two) which go over the top of the cover. No idea what category this would fall under. Cooking gear, somewhere?
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In the small hours of May 21, 2006, a woman was beaten and tortured to death by four juveniles (a pair of twins and their girlfriends) who are strangers to her while waiting for her husband on the street. It's often called 北京雙胞胎虐殺案 in China. -- Thedarkknightli (talk) 22:06, 24 September 2019 (UTC)
Tax Executives InstituteEdit
* Tax Executives Institute (DESCRIPTION) (SOURCES) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2001:14BA:984A:F200:0:0:0:8EA (talk) 14:06, 10 October 2019 (UTC)
In the early hours of Nov 3, 2016, Jiang Ge (江歌), a 24-year-old student from Qingdao, was stabbed to death by Chen Shifeng (陈世峰) at her apartment in Tokyo. -- Thedarkknightli (talk) 17:27, 5 November 2019 (UTC)
Metric Media is a foundation that has been funding networks of biased news sites, which is fairly noteworthy for the upcoming election season. Locality Labs was contracted by Metric Media to create the sites, and they contribute to other various disinformation campaigns. WikiWriter5045 (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 20:02, 8 November 2019 (UTC)
https://www.jetpunk.com is a popular quiz website, where quizzes have been taken over 280 million times. Here are some articles that mention JetPunk: . JetPunk donates 5% of revenue to planting trees. More info can be found here: . I am requesting this article be created by someone else as I am a frequent JetPunk quiz taker (and creator), and have links to my accounts and my quizzes on JetPunk on my Wikipedia user page, which would be a COI. JACKINTHEBOX • TALK 05:48, 30 November 2019 (UTC)
"We used to walk to school in the snow uphill, both ways" is a sarcastic expression that's at least 50 years old, used to make fun of people talking about the hardships of their childhood compared to modern day  
It is an what-if scenario, created by people on the Internet. Sometimes called 'West Slavia', Zapadoslavia is afederation of states, consisting of Czechoslovakia and also parts of the German Empire, mainly Silesia and Lusatia (however different versions exist, for example with Poland). Sometimes, there are different versions how the federation or union of Zapadoslavia would have been created, but most suggest because of multiple events happening differently in the Polish–Soviet War. There is so far no clear description of Zapadoslavia in a whole and it can get pretty confusing, but also the whole concept of this 'country' is really intriguing. So it would be nice to have some clarity. Thanks already in advance! Source:
Philosophy of Ghost in the ShellEdit
I request to create this article.
Not a Wonder Pot. Seem to be quite a good alternative to using an oven especially if you are only cooking for one or two. The raised center in the middle is what they call a "convection cone". Presumably it's meant to emulate a convection oven. Mosto notable examples are Dry Cooker, Swiss Dry Fryer, Ultimate Dutch Oven. Setenzatsu.2 (talk) 01:01, 19 January 2020 (UTC)
Cross between slingshot and bow&arrow. Even used by hunters. . There are models that look like a slingshot (essentially a small modification of a slingshot) and there are models that look more like a bow (example is gearhead archery t15 pro) 188.8.131.52 (talk) 12:49, 10 February 2020 (UTC)
Airgun has its own page so this should too. Even though it's similar it is its own thing. Quite common. They shoot regular arrows NOT darts as is the case with tranquilizer guns (which also has its own page).184.108.40.206 (talk) 13:21, 10 February 2020 (UTC)
Laundry sauce is considered to be a slang term for laundry detergent, but some claim that it is its own separate entity. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Chefuu (talk • contribs) 16:49, 9 March 2020 (UTC)
Some people buy insurance against liability or cancelation of weddings
Some insurers have stopped selling wedding insurance, due to coronavirus.
There is a disambiguation page on the topic of “incognito,” but no link to an article about the most obvious usage of the term; that is to say, a person traveling incognito. The closest is a link to the concept of anonymity, but the the article on anonymity does not have a section on incognito travel. For example, have popes or heads of state visited places incognito? Bwrs (talk) 04:21, 5 April 2020 (UTC)
actual name. headbutted a guy in a restaurant and is attempting to buy his way out of it through DMCA. ()
Gary Wilcox incidentEdit
UFO incident in NY 1964 https://m.facebook.com/ufoinsightcom/posts/1124534741043861 https://www.pinterest.com/pin/391391023837745050/ — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2600:1700:4000:62E0:7536:4D53:7E:195F (talk) 18:11, 29 May 2020 (UTC)
Gaynor Sunderland UFO incidentEdit
Welsh girl, UK, UFO incident alleged:
http://files.afu.se/Downloads/Magazines/United%20Kingdom/UFO%20Brigantia/UFO%20Brigantia%20issue%2018.pdf — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2600:1700:4000:62E0:7536:4D53:7E:195F (talk) 19:40, 29 May 2020 (UTC)
A former Cat café in Boston that was the subject of controversy and scrutiny from the internet, most specifically Facebook, for the owner's treatment of her cats, her employees, and her response to any criticism.      — Preceding unsigned comment added by Uelly (talk • contribs) 12:36, 10 July 2020 (UTC)