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originally posted by: pheonix358
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
How come no one has asked yet who the "X" is in post #2977?
One of POTUS children?
POTUS himself I would suggest.
If his children saw it, it would have been re-runs.
ETA or possibly not. TV series was started 1983 so I guess his children but POTUS could well of seen it with his children. That is the reason I know about much later cartoons like Dragonballz and a heap of others.
originally posted by: tiredoflooking
a reply to: pheonix358
Well there is a planned event for her birthday , it's on the ides of March humorously, where a bunch of women are going to plank while singing happy birthday to her outside the Supreme court. Paying homage to her planking in her fitness regime.
Case in point, the U.S. Air Force's Order of the Sword and its ceremonial weapons, which typically look better suited to a pulp high fantasy novel, video game, or cartoons such as He-Man, She-Ra, or the ThunderCats than a modern-day military gathering.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: queenofswords
I can't figure out how some of these characters rose to the top of Government.
originally posted by: pheonix358
a reply to: carewemust
McCarthyism is the practice of making accusations of subversion or treason without proper regard for evidence.
Sounds familiar. Same old same old.
In spite of this massive revelation and horrific blow to privacy, the mainstream media remains mum. While many outlets are covering the passage of the spending bill, they are completely omitting anything about CISA……,.
The CISA legislation, which Rep. Justin Amash called “the worst anti-privacy legislation since the USA PATRIOT Act,” has now been passed by Congress and will be signed into law by President Obama as part of the government spending package…..
It creates the ability for the president to set up “portals” for agencies like the FBI and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, so that companies hand information directly to law enforcement and intelligence agencies instead of to the Department of Homeland Security. And it also changes when information shared for cybersecurity reasons can be used for law enforcement investigations. The earlier bill had only allowed that backchannel use of the data for law enforcement in cases of “imminent threats,” while the new bill requires just a “specific threat,” potentially allowing the search of the data for any specific terms regardless of timeliness.
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
I came across the below in regards to Q2962-2967...
Advanced electronic flight instrument systems for Experimental and sport aircraft
"In the North America, our dedicated team has been distributing MGL Avionics products since the beginning. In business since 2000 as Rainbow Aircraft, Inc (dba MGL Avionics) in California, we strive to offer the best service and support of all MGL Avionics products."
Graphic source [PDF]
ETA: They are global - www.mglavionics.co.za...
originally posted by: JohnnyJetson
originally posted by: SeenItBelieveIt
a reply to: dashen
Yes, finally you're understanding it.
My favourite part of this "cover up" is how the
The webcam owner has confirmed its a helicopter.
The local air medical transport service confirmed its their helicopter.
The helicopter pilot confirmed it was his helicopter.
....but. UHHH IT WEEALLY LOOKS LIKE A MISSILE. I thought this was a research thread.
And GWB said there were WMD's in Iran
words are cheap
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: Justoneman
Story I was told by an old crusty NCO while I was in Iraq was that they did indeed find WMD's in Iraq, but there was a huge issue with where the Iraqis ultimately procured said weapons from (hint hint it was the USA). So, they could not very well announce that they found WMD's, but guess what, we gave them to Saddam....whoops.