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« Reply #2835 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 1:20pm »

Marilyn reminded me of John Kennedy, from there the brain bounced to Joe Kennedy and Gloria Swanson
and landed on this photo. My favorite hollywood photo of all time. grin


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« Reply #2836 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 2:06pm »

"Captain America"

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In 1942, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is deemed too physically unfit to enlist in the U.S. Army and fight the Nazis in World War II. Volunteering instead for Project: Rebirth, a secret military operation, he is physically transformed into a super-soldier dubbed Captain America. With sidekick Bucky Barnes, he fights the Red Skull (Hugo Weaving), Hitler's treacherous head of advanced weaponry, whose own plan for world domination involves a seemingly magical object known as the Tesseract.






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« Reply #2837 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 4:13pm »

Thanks to Angelia Joiner for finding this:

WikiLeaks’ UFO Cables: More About Raelian Cult Than Alien Life

If WikiLeaks didn’t already have the attention of the world’s conspiracy theorists, its founder Julian Assange grabbed the X-files crowd by their tin-foil helmet antennae in December, when he mentioned that the site plans to publish leaked cables that reference UFOs.

But after two months of allowing the UFO-obsessed to let their psychotic imaginations run wild, Assange may have put a damper on hopes that Area 51’s secrets will finally be exposed.

In the first of a series of video interviews posted Sunday that WikiLeaks is calling a “Live People’s Conference,” Assange answered questions submitted by the group’s’ fans. One, sent in by a Canadian named Pierre Brunet, asked about the upcoming UFO cable release. And Assange’s answer, which appears around 5:40 in the video below, may disappoint those who have been busy building alien landing sites out of their mashed potatoes.

WikiLeaks’ UFO-related material, Assange says, largely deals with the UFO cult group known as the Raelians, whose beliefs mix religion, sex, pseudo-science and alien mythology. State Department officials in Canada have expressed concern over the group’s influence there, citing a 2002 incident when the group falsely claimed to have cloned humans.

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« Reply #2838 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 5:18pm »

on Feb 7th, 2011, 4:13pm, philliman wrote:
Thanks to Angelia Joiner for finding this:

WikiLeaks’ UFO Cables: More About Raelian Cult Than Alien Life

If WikiLeaks didn’t already have the attention of the world’s conspiracy theorists, its founder Julian Assange grabbed the X-files crowd by their tin-foil helmet antennae in December, when he mentioned that the site plans to publish leaked cables that reference UFOs.

But after two months of allowing the UFO-obsessed to let their psychotic imaginations run wild, Assange may have put a damper on hopes that Area 51’s secrets will finally be exposed.

In the first of a series of video interviews posted Sunday that WikiLeaks is calling a “Live People’s Conference,” Assange answered questions submitted by the group’s’ fans. One, sent in by a Canadian named Pierre Brunet, asked about the upcoming UFO cable release. And Assange’s answer, which appears around 5:40 in the video below, may disappoint those who have been busy building alien landing sites out of their mashed potatoes.

WikiLeaks’ UFO-related material, Assange says, largely deals with the UFO cult group known as the Raelians, whose beliefs mix religion, sex, pseudo-science and alien mythology. State Department officials in Canada have expressed concern over the group’s influence there, citing a 2002 incident when the group falsely claimed to have cloned humans.

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http://blogs.forbes.com/andygreenberg/2011/02/07/wikileaks-ufo-cables-more-about-raelian-cult-than-alien-life/


Thanks Phil. The story came out, then nothin'.......................
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« Reply #2839 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 5:21pm »

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Tyler Bradt completes the World Record Waterfall Descent. This drop was re-measured at 189 ft. A few feet taller then we had previously thought... Tyler sustained minor injuries which included a sprained wrist and a massive hit.

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« Reply #2840 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 5:36pm »

Here's a quote from the Forbes article about us WikiCrazies:

"Although the UFO community has placed many of its hopes on Assange and even suggested that he may have subconsciously revealed backwards encrypted messages about aliens in his 60 Minutes interview, the WikiLeaks founder’s disdain for the Raelian cult shouldn’t come as a surprise. In answering Guardian readers’ questions in December, he complained that “weirdos email us about UFOs or how they discovered that they were the anti-christ whilst talking with their ex-wife at a garden party over a pot-plant.” WikiLeaks has also long battled the Church of Scientology, and Assange himself fought with the Church’s lawyers as early as the mid-90s, when anti-Scientology sites were hosted on the Internet service provider he co-founded, Suburbia.net.

In interviews, Assange has also railed against paranoiacs who tout false conspiracies, citing the 9/11 Truth movement. “There are conspiracies everywhere. There are also crazed conspiracy theories. It’s important not to confuse these two,” Assange told the Belfast Telegraph last July. “I’m constantly annoyed that people are distracted by false conspiracies such as [those that surround] 9/11, when all around we provide evidence of real conspiracies, for war or mass financial fraud.”

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He LOVES us UFO nutters.
I wonder if I friend him on Facebook he will friend me back? grin

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« Reply #2841 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 5:39pm »

The fascinating science of spallation: Patrick Stewart talks about the ESS program:


http://www.wimp.com/europeanspallation/


http://www.ess-neutrons.org/
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« Reply #2842 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 6:32pm »

on Feb 7th, 2011, 5:39pm, Swamprat wrote:
The fascinating science of spallation: Patrick Stewart talks about the ESS program:


http://www.wimp.com/europeanspallation/


http://www.ess-neutrons.org/


What an amazing program Swamp. Thank you.
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« Reply #2843 on: Feb 7th, 2011, 6:39pm »

Surely you know that most of this world is a fraud. It has never changed from the original plan. If we like to believe otherwise then let us.
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« Reply #2844 on: Feb 8th, 2011, 09:06am »

on Feb 7th, 2011, 6:39pm, LEVIATHAN wrote:
Surely you know that most of this world is a fraud. It has never changed from the original plan. If we like to believe otherwise then let us.
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« Reply #2845 on: Feb 8th, 2011, 09:09am »

New York Times

February 7, 2011, 9:00 pm
Olbermann Said to Be Going to Current TV
By BILL CARTER AND BRIAN STELTER

Keith Olbermann, the former top-rated host on the news channel MSNBC, will announce his next television home on Tuesday, and people on Monday familiar with his plans pointed to a deal with the public affairs channel Current TV.

Mr. Olbermann, his representatives and executives from Current TV declined to comment on the move, but they did not deny that the channel, which counts former Vice President Al Gore as one of its founders, will become at least one partner in Mr. Olbermann’s future media plans.

One of the people with knowledge of the plans said Mr. Olbermann would have an equity stake in Current TV. The people insisted on anonymity because they were not authorized by their employers to comment in advance of the official announcement.

On Monday a public relations agency hired by Mr. Olbermann scheduled a Tuesday morning conference call for an announcement about his next job. “He and his new partners will make an exciting announcement regarding the next chapter in his remarkable career,” the agency wrote in an e-mail.

Current TV has set up a presentation with advertisers for Wednesday afternoon in Manhattan to announce its future plans. The channel may be betting on Mr. Olbermann to put it on the cable map. The low-rated five-year-old channel needs the help. Targeting young people, it originally subsisted on YouTube-style submissions and video journalists. More recently it started producing and acquiring traditional television series, like repeats of “This American Life.”

Mr. Olbermann departed MSNBC in January after some stormy interactions with management, including a suspension for contributing to political candidates. The settlement of his contract precluded his joining another television outlet for an undetermined period of time, but an announcement of a future assignment on Current TV would presumably not violate the terms of that deal as long as he did not start until after the agreed-upon waiting period.

A move to Current TV would challenge Mr. Olbermann’s fans of his MSNBC show — where he drew about a million viewers a night — to follow him to a channel that is considerably less accessible. Current TV is available in only about 60 million homes, and is usually provided only on the digital tier of cable television systems, which requires a separate receiver. MSNBC, which is owned by NBC Universal, is available in 85 million homes and is almost always available as a basic cable entry.

But the addition of Mr. Olbermann, the former sports anchor who made himself a progressive star at MSNBC, would surely elevate the channel, bringing it attention it has never before received.

With Current TV, Mr. Olbermann would also gain a measure of independence. Unlike most cable channels, including MSNBC, which are owned by large media companies, Current is privately and independently owned by Mr. Gore and other backers.

It is also possible that Mr. Olbermann will separately pursue other ventures, like an Internet destination.

Speculation has surrounded Mr. Olbermann since he abruptly left his job at MSNBC. He has been savoring the speculation, even posting a link on Twitter on Monday afternoon to a countdown clock for his announcement.

The abruptness of Mr. Olbermann’s departure last month suggested that he already had lined up another media job. The Internet domain name TheOlbermannShow.com was registered two days before his televised goodbye. A few days afterward, he set up a new Twitter account, called “FOKNewsChannel,” short for “Friends of Keith.”

The departure came just days before Comcast took control of NBC, leading some to suspect that he was forced out by Comcast — an assertion that the companies vigorously denied. Comcast owns a 10 percent stake in Current TV.

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« Reply #2847 on: Feb 8th, 2011, 09:36am »

I like. So very true.
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« Reply #2848 on: Feb 8th, 2011, 11:22am »

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I like. So very true.
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Wired Danger Room

Afghan Air War Doubles: Now 10 Attacks Per Day
By Noah Shachtman
February 8, 2011 | 11:59 am
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Dave Petraeus won’t let up his aerial assault on Afghanistan. After taking the air war to record highs in the fall, coalition aircraft are now flying about 10 bombing missions a day, nearly double the rate over the same period last year. It’s yet another sign of Petraeus’ gloves-off approach to prosecuting the Afghan campaign – one that the NATO commander swears is brutalizing Taliban networks, while barely scraping the civilians around them.

In the first 29 days of January 2011, NATO planes fired their guns, missiles, and bombs on 284 separate sorties. In January 2010, those aircraft only made 157 attack runs. This doubling of air attacks has been a consistent trend, ever since Petraeus took over the Afghan war effort. Under Petraeus, there have been 3,620 of these so-called “weapons sorties” over the last six months, U.S. military statistics show. Under his predecessor, Gen. Stanley McChrystal, there were just 1,813 during a similar stretch.

Petraeus hasn’t just ramped up the air war, however. He’s increased the aggressive tactics across the entire Afghan war effort. Petraeus unleashed special operations forces, who have killed or captured thousands of militants. His generals relied on massive surface-to-surface missiles to clear the Taliban out of Kandahar, and ordered tanks to help crush opponents in Helmand province. In perhaps the signature moment of Petraeus’ campaign, U.S. forces flattened three villages in the Arghandab River Valley which the Taliban had jury-rigged with homemade bombs.

Petraeus promises that all the additional raids and bombing runs are exacting a relatively minor civilian toll. “There are very, very few civilian casualties in the course of those operations, and very little infrastructure damage,” he tells the Financial Times.

But a war this heated is bound to claim bystanders, no matter how careful the combatants.
At least 2,421 Afghan civilians and 711 coalition troops were killed in 2010, both record numbers.

As constant as the airstrikes have become, they still make up a relatively minor part of coalition operations in the skies above Afghanistan (and, to a much lesser, extent) Iraq. Every week, NATO cargo planes are hauling 4,000 tons of gear and 22,000 passengers; its tankers are offloading more than a million tons of fuel; its spy drones and manned aircraft are flying 500 or more surveillance sorties.

All those figures will almost certainly increase this spring, when both the Taliban and Petraeus are expected to launch major offensives in this, the 10th year of the Afghan war.

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