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These are the 37 banks that are funding and supporting DAPL.

Women’s March is calling for people to cancel their accounts and credit lines with these creditors in opposition to their support of harming, oppressing, and stealing from Native Americans.

DAPL BANKS:

Wells Fargo

Citibank (CitiGroup)

JPMorgan Chase

PNC Bank

Goldman Sachs

Morgan Stanley

HSBC Bank

Bank of America

Deutsche Bank

BNP Paribas

SunTrust

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

Mizuho Bank

TD Securities

Credit Agricole

Intesa SanPaolo

ING Bank

Natixis

BayernLB

BBVA Securities

DNB Capital

ICBC London

SMBC Nikko Securities

Societe Generale

Royal Bank of Scotland
ABN Amro Capital

Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank)

Citizens Bank

Comerica Bank

U.S. Bank

Barclays

Compass Bank

Credit Suisse

DNB Capital/ASA

Sumitomo Mitsui Bank

Royal Bank of Canada

UBS

[image description: a protest poster. the top half of the poster has the rainbow pride flag while the bottom half is white. on the fourth stripe of the pride flag, which is the green stripe, there is a TD Bank logo beside text. 

IN TEXT: 
Proudly supporting profit
Proudly supporting capitalism
Proudly supporting queerbaiting
Proudly supporting pinkwashing
Proudly supporting heteronormativity
Proudly supporting shareholders
Keep pride political. Not profitable.
BANKS DON’T BELONG IN PRIDE
END TEXT.

Above the last sentence of text there is a small symbol of a unicorn. end description.]

we would also add “Proudly supporting homonormativity” to this list.
Hamilton Characters as dril Tweets
  • Hamilton: THis is not a "Meltdown". Its a normal opinion
  • Burr: my entire face turns purple as i try to enjoy my cup of monday coffee while all my coworkers rush into my office to watch me fail once again
  • Washington: blocked. blocked. youre all blocked. none of you are free of sin
  • Jefferson: Your "I Love TD Bank" Car Decal Fucking Sucks
  • Eliza: startling how im the only person on this site with an actual human soul. you would think the other guys on here have one, but no
  • Laurens: unloading an entire belt of ammo at me with a minigun or some such device will now get you "Blocked"
  • Lafayette: the doctor reveals my blood pressure is 420 over 69. I hoot and holler out of the building while a bunch of losers try to tell me that im dying
  • Mulligan: another day volunteering at the betsy ross museum. everyone keeps asking me if they can fuck the flag. buddy, they wont even let me fuck it
  • Madison: i have absolutely zero interest in friendship, i have absolutely zero interest in jokes, i am simply here to collect data and earn respect.
  • Angelica: i just want to find the optimal bra for sniper operations, but everyone here is so rude, and pieces of shit
  • Maria: the essential, Male Ass
  • King George III: i put years of hard work into getting my torture degree at torture college & now everyones like "oh tortures bad" "its ineffective" fuck off
Catching An SA Scammer


Ok ladies, I’m going to try my best to make this short and to the point so I’m going to say this point blank–THERE ARE MALE SCAMMERS ON SA. I repeat, THERE ARE MALE SCAMMERS ON SA. Several days ago, I was contacted by a man on SA who claimed to go by the name of ‘Daniel’. He messaged me and I thought nothing of his message and entertained the message and exchanged numbers with him. I stopped texting him after the first day purely out of laziness and absentmindedness. It wasn’t until yesterday afternoon when I received a text message from him suddenly saying “Baby,  can you go and open a new TD account and give the info, I want to send you some money”. Now if you’re a novice SB, you might be thinking “What’s the big deal? Seems like he wants to spoil you.”–WRONG! He wants to spoil himself!!!  

I’m going to carefully outline where and how he fucked up in his attempt to get money and information from me.

1. Throughout my entire correspondence with him, not once did he ask to call me. Most men on SA are generally eager to speak on the phone in order to verify you’re real or to at least be able to put a voice to the picture that they see.

2. Notice that he always responds with “am”, instead of “I am”.

3. He immediately started calling me “baby” when he barely knew or spoke to me.

4. The grammatical structure of his sentences tend to be a little off.

5. Also, notice he says that his name is Daniel yet what does his e-mail address say? It says Devan Scott!

6. Also, his SA profile says that he’s in Arizona but he’s texting me from a Washington, D.C. number.

7. And speaking of Washington, D.C., notice that he keeps referring to D.C. as Washington, D.C? I may not have been born in the U.S., but I was certainly raised here and if there’s one thing I know, it that when people speak to one another on a one on one basis about certain geographical places within the U.S., they don’t always say the name in its entirety or they say a shortened version of the entire geographical location, they don’t continuously say “Washington, D.C.”–they just say “D.C.”. Notice how he says “Will you be chanced to meet me or come to Washington DC?”.

8. In addition to all of his stupidity, another thing he did that I didn’t show in the post is that he asked me what I was looking for in an arrangement so I told him. I then asked him what he wanted and he copied and pasted what I said to him word for word and tried to play it off by saying that he was thinking the exact same things in his head. If you’re wondering why I didn’t show that part as one of the images, it’s because I have a series of very specific pre-written lines that I use when I converse with vanillas and POT’s online.

9. Notice I asked how everything’s going and he completely circumvented my question. After ignoring my question, he asked me to open an account at TD Bank when him and I never discussed how I would receive money (had he been real). For all he knows, I could already have an account there. The mere assumption that I didn’t have one was a major red flag for me. Also, notice he didn’t say “… open a new TD Bank account”–instead, he says “… open a new TD account”. I don’t know about ya’ll but I’ve never heard of anyone referring to a TD Bank account as just a TD account. And last but certainly not least, as you can clearly see in the text messages exchange, he becomes irate and begins to berate me with insults because I called him out on his bullshit. The one mistake I made while gathering evidence was that I didn’t take a proper screenshot of the entirety of his profile. In his profile, he clearly said he was Caucasian, yet in the picture he sent me which i won’t show because I believe that he stole an actual individual’s photo, the man looks as though he might be Hispanic or light skin African American. I’m quite certain I saw some naps in the pics he sent me. While trying to bait him into exposing himself even more, I encouraged him to call my GV number and leave a voicemail in order for me to post the voice recording but of course, like a true scammer who does’t want to be caught, he ignored it because most likely he’s in a foreign country and has a thick accent which would be a dead giveaway as to where he might actually be from but it does’t matter because his responses to my texts made it blatantly obvious.

Overall, this is the info I was able to gather:

Name: Daniel but uses the name Davan Scott

Occupation: Claims to work some sort of high ranking position in the military

Race & Gender: Claims to be a Caucasian male but shows a pic that’s clearly not a Caucasian male  

Means of communication: Both e-mail and text (as shown in the images).

With that being said, I can safely say that this dude is nothing but a no good dirty scammer so I urge many of you to be on the lookout for summers on sugar sites claiming or posing to be SD’s.

You can protest the Dakota Access Pipeline by switching banks.

The following banks are using YOUR money to fund the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline:

Bank of Nova Scotia
Citizens Bank
Comerica Bank
US Bank
PNC Bank
Barclays
JP Morgan Chase
Bank of America
Deutsche Bank
Compass Bank
Credit Suisse
DNB Capital/ASA
Sumitomo Mitsui Bank
Royal Bank of Canada
UBS
Goldman Sachs
Morgan Stanley
Community Trust
HSBC Bank
Wells Fargo
BNP Paribas
SunTrust
Royal Bank of Scotland
Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
Mizuho Bank
Citibank
TD Securities
ABN Amro Capita
Credit Agricole
Intesa Sanpaolo
ING Bank
Natixis
BayernLB
BBVA Securities
DNB First Bank
ICBC London
SMBC Nikko Securities
Societe Generale


CLOSE YOUR ACCOUNTS!
Move your money to a bank that funds projects helping the environment, a community bank, or local credit union.

These banks WILL respond to public pressure. If enough people move their money they could back out of the project.

Let them know you don’t support the way they spend your money.

Happy Munday! Just ignore the helmet hair and the mark my helmet left on my forehead.

Yesterday I participated in the TD Bank 5 Boro Bike tour which is a 40-mile bike ride through every single borough of NYC. I had never ridden that many miles in one go before but I did it and I loved every moment (even the slow, gradual, almost endless climb up the Verrazano Bridge at the very end). But I did it and I feel so much better for having done it!