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Post this ASAP
Trace the 20
Search last fall msm.
WHERE is W____? [red/white]
route 20 traffic
TX to GAMEDAY
We see you
originally posted by: blueman12
a reply to: AgarthaSeed
Dig deep and you'll find corruption everywhere. It still doesn't prove Q.
Google Maps is adding a Where’s Waldo? mini-game for the next week
How Long Is 'Where's Waldo?' On Google Maps? It Will Be Gone Soon
The good news is you still have some time to whip out your magnifying glass to find Waldo as he hides from you in places like PyeongChang, South Korea and Surfer's Paradise Beach in Australia.
The Ultimate U.S. Road Trip, According to a Data Scientist
Here's one way to schedule a cross-country road trip. Randy Olson, a data scientist best known for calculating the ultimate strategy for finding Waldo, used the same Where's Waldo algorithm to chart an optimized route across all 48 states in the contiguous U.S., hitting a list of 50 highlights— including the Grand Canyon, the White House, and 48 other national landmarks, monuments, and state parks.
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Hotel Execs Perished In Helicopter Crash: Newport Beach
The people who died were identified as Brian R. Reichelt, 56, of Hollywood, Florida; Joseph Anthony Tena, 60, of Newport Beach; and Kimberly Lynne Watzman, 45, of Santa Monica. All were connected to the luxury hotel chain, The Standard, with Tena having a financial stake in the hotels. Waltzman, was the general manager of The Standard hotel in West Hollywood.
What happened @ those hotels?
What happened @ hotel?
What is [AS] attempting right now?
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
1 Feb 2019 - 1:22:49 PM
But Russian media and military experts provide an entirely different context, arguing that it was the F-15 that engaged in “provocative” and “reckless” behavior by allegedly intruding on the flight path of a Russian government plane being escorted by the Su-27 in question.
The Su-27’s pilot was just doing his job, military expert Andrei Krasnoperov told Russian state news outlet RIAFAN : “Our government officials frequently fly, and are obviously going to be accompanied by our Su-27’s. Our fighters don’t intend to attack anyone, but they also cannot allow any encroachment on the flight path of the unarmed VIP plane. When the F-15 tries to fly close to such a plane, we don’t know what the NATO pilot is thinking-- he could occupy the VIP’s flight course, he can try to attack the plane, etc. To deter all of this, our pilots don’t allow [foreign aircraft] near planes that are being escorted. In the video, our Su-27 executed a pinning maneuver on its left axis to let the F-15 pilot know: there is nothing to be gained here . He was clearly warned: turn back, or we’ll both go down .”
1. #QDrop #7! This is no doubt going to cause some Anons to stop and scratch their heads. Believe me, it was difficult for me at 1st too. The hope that HRC will be charged over the email scandal is gone. BUT, there's a reason! And, the trade off is a FAR GREATER PRIZE! #4TheKids!
. (link: qmap.pub...) qmap.pub/read/7 "Why wasn’t HRC prosecuted for the emails? Put simply, Obama ultimately OK’d by using the non govt email addy to communicate w/ Clinton. Obama also had an alias along with each of his cabinet members. Therefore indicting HRC would lead to indicting...
18. Why destroy something if BHO had authorized its use? THE BIG QUESTION! It's what was in the emails and what evidence was on the server and devices that PROVED the hacking was allowed on purpose! (link: qmap.pub...) qmap.pub/read/1978 "What if access to the server(s) was deliberate?"
23. Not copying all of it, but here's HOPE from drop #1552 "IG email investigation (weakest of set). Opened door to: Weiner HRC / Others - crimes against children. Noose." The email investigation is weak BUT, opened the door to so many other crimes that will END WITH A NOOSE!
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