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Posted in: Fight on Everest sparks police probe See in context

So, a couple arrogant Europeans got stoned, but didn't get high.

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Posted in: Abe escapes injury in five-car collision See in context

" The police car made a sudden stop at the toll gate, which led to Abe’s vehicle bumping into it from behind.

Two other police cars and a saloon carrying reporters, which were trailing Abe’s limousine, were also involved in the collision, said the official."

Classic tailgating. Clowns.

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Posted in: Tens of millions in CIA 'ghost money' paid to Afghan president's office: New York Times See in context

Just a reminder of another way the sheeple's hard-earned tax-confiscation loot is squandered.

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Posted in: Tens of millions in CIA 'ghost money' paid to Afghan president's office: New York Times See in context

Say it isn't so; government is corrupt. And every one of the officials, and their minions who participated, should spend the rest of their corrupt lives on chain gangs at hard labor, including the one at the top.

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Posted in: Authorities seek 'persons of interest' in U.S. tied to Boston bombing See in context

" In each case, Rogers said, “there was outside affirmation of their intent to commit an act of jihad.” In the Boston bombing, “I believe that happened in the United States,” he said."

And what would so anger someone as to drive them to acts of violence? Is it because they hate liberty, as some previous illustrious leaders have said? Or could it be for the reasons the extremists themselves have stated? To be perfectly clear, acts of violence are abhorrent whether perpetrated by religious radicals or otherwise costumed aggressors.

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Posted in: Mississippi man charged in ricin letters case See in context

Just when you think things can't get more ridiculous, an idiot vendetta like this comes to light. Dueling bozos.

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Posted in: Obama jokes about radical 2nd term changes See in context

The Entertainer-in-Chief. Good thing the teleprompter wasn't hacked.

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Posted in: Hollywood yielding to China's growing film clout See in context

Shows the lack of integrity in Hollywood film industry, cowing to whatever political pressure of the day, anything to make a buck. Schmucks.

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Posted in: Samsung releases new Galaxy S4 smartphone See in context

Apple's reign is on the decline, unless they create a real game-changer.

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Posted in: Syria rejects U.S., UK chemical arms claims See in context

The Syrians are right to question the veracity and truthfulness of the reports.

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Posted in: Taliban declare 'spring offensive' in Afghanistan See in context

Anytime any group vows acts of violence, it's offensive regardless of the season.

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Posted in: Samsung releases new Galaxy S4 smartphone See in context

The eye-motion sensor bit is freaky. I don't want my phone watching me. Creepy.

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Posted in: Canadian police shoot dead machete-wielding man See in context

Maybe he, and the others, got inspired by the movie.

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Posted in: U.S. says Syria likely used chemical weapons against rebels See in context

SuperLib, just watch Obama lead into it.

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Posted in: U.S. says Syria likely used chemical weapons against rebels See in context

Jeff, it's even worse if you oppose both the left AND right(neocon) talking points.

No declaration of war has been made since WWII. But that hasn't stopped the empire from getting embroiled in undeclared wars. The bi-partisan urge to embroil the soldiers in another adventure appears overwhelming.

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Posted in: Boston Marathon bombs triggered by remote-controlled detonator See in context

@TheDevilsAssistant, the story has changed so many times it's hard to keep track. One said he had an M-4, another it was a handgun, another said no weapon. Who knows? But we do know the boat was riddled with bullets. There's also the still video-image of him stepping out of the boat seemingly uninjured. But, who knows?

He was seen holding a celphone. Maybe some others did, too.

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Posted in: Obama, ex-presidents praise 'resolute' Bush at library opening See in context

Unbelievable. Just. Unbelievable.

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Posted in: U.S. says Syria likely used chemical weapons against rebels See in context

Nope, SuperLib.

" The world will like us a lot better now."

The genie's out of the bottle, and she isn't Barbara Eden.

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Posted in: Boston suspects planned Times Square attack: NY mayor See in context

One of the interesting aspects of this whole terrible thing that has surfaced is the influence of the mysterious Misha character on the elder brother. Family members and a few others have met him, but he has no last name apparently. As purportedly Armenian native, no one in the Watertown Armenian community seems to know him, though he would visibly stand out, being heavy-set, bald, and with a distinguishable red beard. And he has reportedly relocated to somewhere else in the US. I'm sorry, but this missing link seems rather significant. When did he disappear? If his influence was so powerful, why isn't there a manhunt going on?

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Posted in: Boston Marathon bombs triggered by remote-controlled detonator See in context

" Tamerlan was influenced by Misha.

After befriending Misha, Tamerlan gave up boxing, stopped studying music and began opposing the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, according to family members, who said he turned to websites and literature claiming that the CIA was behind 9/11."

So, who is this Misha character? Has he been identified by FBI or CIA and questioned? At the very least he should be a "person of interest" if his influence was so powerfully subversive.

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Posted in: U.S. says Syria likely used chemical weapons against rebels See in context

@deplore, there's a difference between reading the press release and taking every word as gospel truth. The quote, "she said(claimed) it was based IN PART on physiological samples" isn't very compelling. I don't care to bash Israel, but neither do I care to blindly accept this unverified evidence.

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Posted in: U.S. says Syria likely used chemical weapons against rebels See in context

Here we go again...some "intelligence" seems to possibly indicate some chemical weapons may have been used on a small scale likely by Assad-backed or supported characters based on an allegation by an Israeli general. Deja vu?

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Posted in: Boston bomb suspect's name was on classified government watch lists See in context

The question seems to be: Which agency's watchlist? CIA, FBI, or other?

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Posted in: Israel airport security allowed to read tourists' email See in context

Gee, another country off my "should go to" list. It's a short list these days anyway.

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Posted in: MLB to discuss security after bombings See in context

Photoman, that's very true. It's also why those who hate America have specifically singled out major sporting events as possible targets.

Both Bush and Obama have similarly asked why anyone would do such dastardly deeds, but have also failed to hear or heed the answers given by the perpetrators.

I personally wouldn't attend any such events, sad to say.

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Posted in: New app brings your bank accounts, credit cards, financial insights to your iPhone and iPad See in context

Utterly bad idea to put all your eggs in such a vulnerable basket.

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Posted in: Woman, ex-boyfriend arrested for burying her daughter's body See in context

As LuckyNeko pointed out, laws don't protect anyone, they only define which actions are punishable.

These parents, if the accusations are true, deserve harsh punishment.

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Posted in: School flasher identified by semen left at scene See in context

" Ichikawa was quoted as saying he doesn’t remember doing it."

Must be difficult for him to remember one or two of countless others. Yuck.

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Posted in: Boston Marathon bombs triggered by remote-controlled detonator See in context

@nandakandamanda,

" How long will the official story hold up now, I wonder?"

That's a good question. Maybe as long as people just accept whatever they are told to be fact, without actually doing any critical thinking.

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Posted in: Meiji Yasuda to buy around Y500 billion of foreign bonds See in context

It's the effect of the recent willy-nilly currency printing.

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