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originally posted by: 3n19m470
I think, with all due respect, some of you are missing the point. It was not a Q&A, it was a stress test. The Q&A was still true, as true as opsec will allow (disinfo is necessary), but the point wasnt to "reveal something". Thats why he picked a few silly (but perhaps necessary) ones like flat earth and future knowledge. They're just space fillers. It was a stress test. It served a function, thats all we really need to know for now.
originally posted by: Enderdog
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
The two technicians had been working on a fire-suppression system at McMurdo Station on Ross Island, the foundation said on Wednesday. It said they were found on the floor by a helicopter pilot who had landed after spotting what appeared to be smoke from the building.
Both were taken from the building and given CPR. One died at the scene. The other was flown to a clinic and pronounced dead shortly after. It happened on Tuesday Eastern time at a generator building that powers a radio transmitter near the McMurdo station.
Two technicians at Antarctica station dead after being found unconscious
Whaats this?? Antarctica, fire-suppression??? Soon or was to be a fire down there? WTF is going on today. My head is about to explode with all kinds of info from 4 corners of the planet.
In computer rooms, they use what are known as Halon systems. Halon is a heavy gas that absorbs and displaces oxygen, which extinguishes the fire. This is to minimize damage to the equipment that water or chemical suppression would cause.
In the wording of the release about it, they say "...what appeared to be smoke", rather than just smoke. Most likely those guys got caught in a Halon release...maybe the doors lock automatically...I've seen rooms set up like that before...
A heavy white vapor could easily be mistaken for smoke, from a helicopter. I would say they most likely suffocated. If they were fire technicians though, they would have known all that. Hence it seems very suspicious to me.
originally posted by: seinfeld
Hard to believe put the Google CEO was questioned about frazzledrip in the recent hearings and admitted he is familiar with it.
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: CoramDeo
Sorry...my bots were doin a test against your ISP network.
Stress test Passed!
Seriously, I've had similar issues but since I switched my DNS over to Q's ISP DNS I haven't had any issues in the past ~6 weeks.
Isn't Hillary due back in court to answer those two questions regarding her private email server?
Facts of the case In 2003, Congress enacted the United States Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Act ("the Act"). Through the Act, Congress apportioned billions of dollars towards the funding of non-governmental organizations ("NGOs") involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS. NGOs qualify to receive this funding only if they satisfy certain conditions. One of these conditions requires that all federally funded NGOs implement a policy explicitly opposing prostitution.
The Alliance for Open Society International, Inc., Pathfinder International, Global Health Council, and InterAction are NGOs that receive funding under the Act. The NGOs brought suit against the Agency for International Development and the other agencies responsible for enforcing the Act, challenging the constitutionality of the Act's funding provisions. The NGOs argued that the funding provisions violate the First Amendment by restricting the organizations' speech and forcing them to promote the government's viewpoint on prostitution. The district court agreed with the NGOs and held that the provisions were too broad of a restriction on free speech. The agencies appealed and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed.
SJC COUNCILWOMAN QUOTES “QANON” IN BIZARRE FAREWELL SPEECH
atterson’s speech started normal enough. She recalled residents she honored during her appointed tenure as mayor including Roy Byrnes who served on council in the 1970’s before returning for a final council term in 2012. But then, Patterson abruptly invoked the mysterious Q after all the reminiscing and recited an abridged version of Q’s recent November dropping #2436:
For far too long we have been silent and allowed our bands of strength, that we once formed to defend FREEDOM and LIBERTY, to deteriorate. We became divided. We became weak. We elected TRAITORS to govern us. We allowed EVIL to prey on us. Those who claimed to represent us gave us false hope, made false promises. The evil and corruption only grew. WE MUST RISE AGAIN. WE MUST UNITE AGAIN. WE MUST FIGHT AGAIN. FOR GOD & COUNTRY.