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originally posted by: pteridine
[D]ec 5 followed by D5. When the cursor is placed on D5 in the QMap version, it shows as "the strongest avalanche"
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said Tuesday that House Republicans plan to hear testimony on Dec. 5 from the prosecutor appointed by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to probe alleged wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow
#2496 timestamp 23:04:59
#2497 timestamp 23:41:59 - delta = 37:00
#2498 timestamp 23:46:59 - delta = 05:00 (indicates MARKER recent past)
Could also indicate a date delta... 37+5 = 375 days (from Oct 28th 2017 this comes to Nov 7th 2018.
Interesting also that they are all 1 second before the start of a minute.
Cognitive dissonance is Republican commentators stalking, doctoring, + editing my casual livestreams out of context in order to sow doubt in my intelligence, all while blindly supporting a man who thinks our greatest defense against forest fires is: A Rake
A South Florida judge overseeing a Cyprus-based entrepreneur’s lawsuit against online news site BuzzFeed for the so-called Trump dossier has set an early December date for both sides to justify why scores of documents should remain secret and withheld from the public.
“The notices filed by the parties to date are woefully inadequate, citing only the existence of a blanket protective order, and do not establish good cause,” U.S. District Judge Ursula Ungaro wrote in a four-page order on Monday.
The judge set Dec. 5 as the date by which the parties should jointly file — under seal — a list of every sealed document, testimony or other information filed in the case. They must say whether they oppose unsealing it, and, in a rebuke to their prolific wordiness, ordered the lawyers, per document, to say why in four sentences or less. The judge underlined the word “short.”