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CIA rendition jet was waiting in Europe to snatch Snowden

Posted on June 13th, 2014 at 23:05 by John Sinteur in category: News


On the evening of 24 June 2013, as Snowden arrived in Moscow from Hong Kong intending to fly on to Cuba, an unmarked Gulfstream V business jet – tail number N977GA – took off from a quiet commercial airport 30 miles from Washington DC. Manassas Regional Airport discreetly offers its clients “the personal accommodations and amenities you can’t find at commercial airports”.

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High capacity fully loaded automatic assault paper-clip

Posted on June 13th, 2014 at 15:56 by John Sinteur in category: batshitinsane


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  1. By and large, teachers are not insane. Maybe Sean has a history of hurting other kids with small implements.

  2. @Desiato: You must be joking! Almost all my teachers were utterly insane. One actually went stark, staring mad in the middle of a hallway, glued all the money in his wallet to the floor while screaming obscenities and ripping off his clothes. (For a girls’ school, this naturally caused quite a bit of interest).

How the VCR Wiped out Movies and Television

Posted on June 13th, 2014 at 11:51 by Sueyourdeveloper in category: News

Quote via Economist’s View

This is more than a tidal wave. It is more than an avalanche. It is here. If those aftermarkets are decimated, shrunken, collapsed because of what I am going to be explaining to you in a minute, because of the fact that the VCR is stripping those things clean, those markets clean of our profit potential, you are going to have devastation in this marketplace. . . . We are going to bleed and bleed and hemorrhage, unless this Congress at least protects one industry that is able to retrieve a surplus balance of trade and whose total future depends on its protection from the savagery and the ravages  of this machine. . . .

I say to you that the VCR is to the American film producer and the American public as the Boston strangler is to the woman home alone.

Just a reminder that paid political arguments are not always true.

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  1. It was awful wasn’t it? And I remember when I was a kid there was something called a “music industry” – but that was before those cassette tapes came along and utterly destroyed all recorded music.