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originally posted by: RamoneVanderpants
Longtime lurker here...but did anyone look closely at the pic from Q#2393? The one with the side by side US maps. Taskbar and favs have some pretty revealing details if that pic is from Q... apologies if this was already discussed, a little sleep deprived and delerious.
originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: 3n19m470
The point wasn't about Q-Op being a success or not but about one thing Q predicted and got wrong which puts Q's insider status in doubt for some people even if not for others.
originally posted by: Phage
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
a reply to: Phage
Right, the things you have lost over the years
No. I have them. Because I have a daughter I must.
I just don't base them on an internet thingy. Or a president.
originally posted by: MojaveDesert
a reply to: JustMike
Agree! My gradparents & relatives came in through Ellis Island. Fill out paperwork, wait in line, interviews, more paperwork, etc.
About time we finally got a righteous President with the balls to take back our borders.
Ursa Major will bite the triumphant hand.
While the sloth of May decays in the garden of Europa.
A Lion will open the gates of Hell.
Raging serpents, and ancient wraths.
The shadow of Humanity explodes into an apolcalyptic spring.
Julian Assange foiled a break-in at his flat in the Ecuadorian Embassy, his legal team has claimed. The WikiLeaks founder was woken up in the middle of the night after an alleged intruder attempted to enter a window at the front of the embassy building. However the opening of the window knocked over a fire hydrant that Mr Assange had set up as a 'booby trap', his lawyers have said. Scaffolding was later erected against the embassy building in Knightsbridge, west London, which representatives said 'obscures the embassy's security cameras'.