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« Reply #11520 on: Oct 11th, 2014, 09:47am »

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« Reply #11521 on: Oct 11th, 2014, 11:27am »

I SAW THIS ~ AND OF COURSE MANY KNOW MY SOCRATIC METHOD ~ cool

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« Reply #11522 on: Oct 11th, 2014, 4:29pm »

http://news.antiwar.com/2014/10/09/nearly-500-million-pentagon-plane-project-netted-32000-in-scrap-metal/

Nearly $500 Million Pentagon Plane Project Netted $32,000 in Scrap Metal
Watchdog Asks Air Force to Explain Massive Waste

by Jason Ditz, October 09, 2014
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The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has documented a long, long list of failed programs wasting billions of dollars over the course of the 13 year war. The bad news keeps coming.

Today, SIGAR is asking the Air Force for a good explanation of a program on plane acquisition for the Afghan Air Force. They bought the planes and refurbished them at a cost of $468 million before deciding they couldn’t get spare parts for the planes to keep them useful.

What happened to the $468 million worth of planes then? They quickly became $32,000 worth of scrap metal. SIGAR’s inquiry in particular seeks to find out why they didn’t bother to at least resell the planes to recover some of the cost.

After that, the Pentagon decided to buy a whole new set of planes from Lockheed Martin that it decided would do the job just as well. There are growing doubts that the Afghan military will be able to maintain even these newer planes, however, so the losses just keep mounting.
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« Reply #11523 on: Oct 11th, 2014, 4:47pm »

HMMMM ~ SUCH A GOOD SHOW ~ WAIT...WHUH...WHUH...WHAT...THAT SOUND OF AN UPDATE AT CASEBOOK ON A TOPIC I'M INTERESTED IN...GOTTA TAKE A PEEK grin

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« Reply #11524 on: Oct 11th, 2014, 7:10pm »

story breaking from whitehouse

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=664751230240461
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« Reply #11525 on: Oct 11th, 2014, 8:49pm »

on Oct 10th, 2014, 09:15am, WingsofCrystal wrote:
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Absurd Creature of the Week: The Comb Jelly Puts on One Hell of a Laser Show, Man

By Matt Simon
10.10.14

Up here on terra firma, we’re treated to all kinds of wildly colorful wildlife: polychromatic parrots, iridescent green beetles, unicorns galloping on rainbows that one time I ate too many pot brownies. But in the depths of our oceans things are decidedly more drab—gaudy colors ain’t going to do you no good nohow in the darkness. You’ll find a creature here, though, that has evolved what is surely the most over-the-top Pink Floyd-esque laser show in the sea: the comb jelly.

These critters, some 150 described species and another 40 or 50 still awaiting names, locomote by beating rows of tiny hairlike structures called cilia. When white light hits them from, say, a submersible’s beam, the cilia break it into its wavelength colors, producing that hypnotic shimmering rainbow. But don’t be fooled by their beauty: Comb jellies—known scientifically as ctenophores (pronounced TEN-oh-fores)—are formidable predators with ultra-fast strikes, hoovering up all manner of zooplankton like copepods and other tiny crustaceans and digesting them alive.

Strangely, though, that laser show is probably a happy accident that only really kicks off when we hit them with high-powered electric light, according to Steve Haddock of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI). “In the wild it probably doesn’t happen, or hardly happens at all,” he said. “And I would think it doesn’t actually have an ecological meaning. It’s kind of a side effect of us bringing them up and shining white lights on them.” Even with comb jellies that tend to live closer to the surface, the effect seems negligible until you hit them with artificial light.

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this sooo reminds me of the movie"The Abyss".
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« Reply #11526 on: Oct 11th, 2014, 8:53pm »

on Oct 11th, 2014, 4:29pm, Sysconfig wrote:
http://news.antiwar.com/2014/10/09/nearly-500-million-pentagon-plane-project-netted-32000-in-scrap-metal/

Nearly $500 Million Pentagon Plane Project Netted $32,000 in Scrap Metal
Watchdog Asks Air Force to Explain Massive Waste

by Jason Ditz, October 09, 2014
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The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has documented a long, long list of failed programs wasting billions of dollars over the course of the 13 year war. The bad news keeps coming.

Today, SIGAR is asking the Air Force for a good explanation of a program on plane acquisition for the Afghan Air Force. They bought the planes and refurbished them at a cost of $468 million before deciding they couldn’t get spare parts for the planes to keep them useful.

What happened to the $468 million worth of planes then? They quickly became $32,000 worth of scrap metal. SIGAR’s inquiry in particular seeks to find out why they didn’t bother to at least resell the planes to recover some of the cost.

After that, the Pentagon decided to buy a whole new set of planes from Lockheed Martin that it decided would do the job just as well. There are growing doubts that the Afghan military will be able to maintain even these newer planes, however, so the losses just keep mounting.
It is what the US Government does with taxpayers money,Pure,Unadulterated Waste of the 5th kind.
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« Reply #11527 on: Oct 12th, 2014, 06:01am »

GOOD MORNING CRYSTAL ~ CASEBOOK ~ cool

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« Reply #11528 on: Oct 12th, 2014, 10:37am »

on Oct 11th, 2014, 8:49pm, jm57 wrote:


Good morning jm57,

I didn't think of that but you sure are right, it could be right out of "The Abyss"


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« Reply #11529 on: Oct 12th, 2014, 10:40am »

HEY Z cheesy

GOOD MORNING TO YOU AND OUR LOVELY UFO CASEBOOKERS grin







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« Reply #11530 on: Oct 12th, 2014, 7:39pm »

How do 22 vials of Ebola get stolen in 2009 and you can still hold your job..




https://sites.google.com/site/bioterrorbible/ROGUE-SCIENTISTS/konan-michel-yao-2009


Interesting video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=1ZonCVRQ-2s
LMAO they lie to you everyday of the week and twice on Sundays
here one victims dad walks way with wad of cash..and victim sits back up chillin'
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this is just like the Syrian fake Nerve gas where victims laid down gave peace sign to cameramen..BBC staged one too..

Ebola in da'hood


well..now that law and order in effect..get ready to be chipped I mean vaccinated grin
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« Reply #11531 on: Oct 13th, 2014, 12:20am »

I know many of you are weary of reading report after report where either the Gov or the controlled Newsmedia and certain over zealous alternative sites keep Blowing smoke up our Arse all intending do some good for us..

There was a time even doing that was considered good for us..
Lets take a look at this article the blows the lid wide open on this topic.

The Urban Dictionary gives the following meanings:

To lie, for selling a line of nonsense to an otherwise naive or unsuspecting rube.

Complimenting a person merely to gain something in return.

Giving a gratuitous and insincere compliment, possibly to deceive. (Can be my, your, his, or her ass, but probably not plural, as in their asses.)

All have the sense of false flattery, insincerity and an ulterior motive.


An explanation that is frequently offered for the origin of the phrase is that it comes from the days when tobacco smoke enemas, the blowing of smoke into the rectum, was an accepted medical procedure. I kid you not.

Europeans began using tobacco as a medicine not long after its introduction from the New World.

Tobacco smoke was used by western medical practitioners as a tool against cold and drowsiness, but applying it by enema was a technique appropriated from the North American Indians. The procedure was used to treat gut pain and to resuscitate victims of near drowning. Liquid tobacco enemas were often given to ease the symptoms of a hernia.

Pioneered by the Dutch
The Dutch had experimented early with methods of inflating the lungs, as a treatment for those who had fallen into their canals and apparently drowned. Patients were also given rectal infusions of tobacco smoke, as a respiratory stimulant. In the 1780s the Royal Humane Society installed resuscitation kits, including smoke enemas, at various points along the River Thames, and by the turn of the 19th century, tobacco smoke enemas had become an established practice in Western medicine. Such a treatment was considered by Humane Societies to be as important as artificial respiration.



The practice fell into decline from the early 19th century when it was discovered that the principal active agent in tobacco smoke, nicotine, was poisonous.

Bear in mind that this was at a time when mercury was used to cure syphilis and morphine/opium compounds were given to children to make them sleep.

There are a number of recorded instances of near drowned persons being revived wholly or partly by tobacco smoke enemas. Whether recovery was assisted by the warmth of the tobacco smoke rectally inserted, whether recovery was by the other means being applied and whether the treatment had any therapeutic benefits are matters for conjecture.

The manner of delivery varied. It usually involved the insertion of a tube into the rectum with tobacco smoke then being blown into the tube by either mouth or bellows.
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That being said I would argue we have not moved very far from those days in terms of the enemas and irrigators administered to our mind via the interenet..

If you feel a certain puckering, urge to evacuate, itching of the scalp.. etc..upon reading or viewing a video or paper..you can rest assured..the smoke is being blown up the gzoo..
and you should take immediate action to disconnect from the offending source immediately..go outside to get fresh air and sunshine..whilst the billowing columns of disbelief dissipate after a few hours..

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« Reply #11532 on: Oct 13th, 2014, 07:14am »

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WELL THEY DANCE AROUND THAT PROPAGANDA BUSH (MULBERRY BUSH ~ YOU KNOW THE SONG) ~ PROPAGANDA BUSH ~ PROPAGANDA BUSH ~ WELL THEY DANCE AROUND THAT PROPAGANDA BUSH....ETC...

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« Reply #11533 on: Oct 13th, 2014, 07:21am »

GOOD MORNING CRYSTAL ~ CASEBOOK ~ cool

MAY THE VISTAS YOU SEEK IN LIFE ~ REACH BEYOND YOUR COMFORT ZONE...

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« Reply #11534 on: Oct 13th, 2014, 09:32am »

GOOD MORNING SYS, Z AND ALL OF OUR UFOCASEBOOKERS cheesy


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'Goldilocks' burglar found asleep in elderly couple's bed

By Victoria Ward
11:13AM BST 13 Oct 2014

An elderly couple returned from a National Trust holiday to find a "Goldilocks" burglar asleep in their bed, a whiff of perfume in the air, the bath full of bubbles and the intruder's underwear hanging out to dry.

Pat Dyson, 73, and her partner Martin Holtby, 78, were alarmed when they got home to find a chicken fillet and pasta dinner had been prepared in the kitchen and their dinner plates and newspapers neatly stacked.

As they opened the door, they noticed their post had been tidied away and the cordless telephone moved from its base on a table in the hallway. The couple went into the kitchen and found pasta, processed cheese and chicken fillets on the worktop.

Mr Holtby went upstairs and found Polish immigrant Lukasz Chojnowski, 28, snoozing under the bed clothes.

Details of the bizarre break in emerged at Burnley Crown Court, where Chojnowski, an upholsterer, pleaded guilty to burglary and theft.

The incident occurred last July after Mrs Dyson, a former tourist information officer and Mr Holtby, a retired civil servant, had gone to Hereford for a five day sightseeing trip.

While they were away, Chojnowski had been asked to leave his rented accommodation due to language problems and whilst pounding the streets with his suitcase looking for new lodgings he spotted the overgrown "wildlife garden" at the front of the couple's home, the court heard.

"The defendant chose the house because he initially thought it was empty," Laura Heywood, defending, said in mitigation.

"He said the garden was overgrown and he entered. At that point, he must have known somebody was residing there. He stayed there for two days, hoping the owners wouldn't return, out of necessity, because he didn't have anywhere else to stay."

But the couple did return at midnight on July 14 and were confronted with the most "domesticated" burglar imaginable.

Tim Ashmole, prosecuting, said: "Mr Holtby went upstairs and his partner heard him say: 'What are you doing? Get out, get up.'

"She became immediately alarmed, ran upstairs and came across a bizarre situation where Mr Holtby was standing over the defendant, who was in bed. She described Chojnowski as cowering under the bed sheets."

The prosecutor said an open suitcase containing Chojnowski's belongings was on the floor. The bath was half-full of hot water, with bubbles on top as if someone had just had a bath and there was a smell of perfume.

The couple tried in vain to communicate with Chojnowski, who spoke little English, before calling 999 and Mrs Dyson locked the front door to prevent the intruder escaping.

Chojnowski eventually awoke to find the couple and a policewoman looking over him. He later claimed he had been evicted from his regular lodgings, thought the couple's terraced house was "derelict" and forced open a rear window. The couple found nothing missing.

Mr Ashmole said: "In short, the defendant was making himself very much at home in their address. It's quite an extraordinary state of affairs to come across.

"The Crown's case is he just took pot luck, hoping that nobody would come back in the immediate future. He looked though some jewellery boxes, but he did not take anything. He was using the home as a cosy little hideaway."

Chojnowski, now of Bury, was given a two year conditional discharge and ordered to pay £200 costs.

The judge, Mr Recorder Raymond Herman, told him: "It would appear you entered this property not with any deep intent to be dishonest, but simply as somewhere to live and probably hide for some days. You were looking for somewhere to live in some sort of desperation.

"It's right to say Mrs Dyson and Mr Holtby are at pains to ensure the court understands that they feel you left the house in a neat and tidy condition and from that I infer they feel some sympathy for you."

After the hearing, Mrs Dyson said: "It was all just so surreal and not something you expect to come home to but at least it wasn't like some of these awful things you see on Crimewatch.

"The post and papers were neatly stacked in a pile and there were plates neatly stacked on the draining board and he had obviously made himself dinner. I was calling police when Martin said 'Pat – there is someone sleeping in our bed and he's still here.' It was just like something out of Goldilocks.

"We prodded him to wake him up but he just moaned and went deeper into the covers. As I walked back to go downstairs I noticed there was water in the bath and the towels had been left on the floor all wet. I also noticed he had done his washing. He had put the airier up and put his smalls and T-shirts out to dry.

"When the man woke up was completely befuddled – and I don't think he knew what to think. A policewoman was there when they escorted him out."

She added: "I don't know how he could think our house was derelict. Martin has volunteered as an estate manager and worked in woodland management for the last 30 years and he likes our garden to be like that.

"In terms of burglars he was the most domesticated one I could ever ask for. Fancy washing his dishes and airing his smalls. I would happily put up in the cellar as our butler – I think he would be very good at that.

"I have been told he was living with other polish folk and got kicked out – I can only assume he was too tidy for them, insisting he would always do the washing up."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11158406/Goldilocks-burglar-found-asleep-in-elderly-couples-bed.html

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