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originally posted by: pteridine
a reply to: crankyoldman
apprehended (captured): 03/09/19 6:07
Ilhan Omar–in the news again, to the dismay of the Democrats’ cooler heads–ripped Barack Obama yesterday, contending in a Politico interview that Obama is just “a pretty face” and that he “got away with murder,” specifically mentioning “caging of kids” at the Mexican border, and the “droning of countries around the world” during his administration.
It would have been fun to be a fly on Nancy Pelosi’s wall when she learned that her number one problem had launched an attack on the only figure who is universally popular–well, almost universally popular–among Democrats.
originally posted by: tiredoflooking
a reply to: queenofswords
I hadn't heard about MB's in vitro until recently.
I saw an interview from her book tour where she discussed it.
I *think* that was the first time she let the public know, so pretty recent.
Found it she also mentions having a miscarriage early on and having trouble conceiving for years.
originally posted by: dashen
i wonder how people would feel if they found out EVERYTHING they have ever said near their telephone has been recorded transferred through voice to text to a database that is a literal log of everything you have ever said and done in the past few years?
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: dashen
Huh. Whaaaat?! Finland? Fake news.
Night Ops - X-49 "FlyingFox" experimental Helo flight test, long exposure.
Photo Courtesy of spaceflightnow.com Credit: Gene Blevins/LA Daily News The Minotaur 1 rocket soars into the predawn sky over Lompoc, Calif., in this long exposure image. FEB 6th, 2011 The U.S. spy satellite agency hasn't revealed what techniques or sensors the craft will test in space. Its cost, contractor and size are also secret. But the lightweight payload launched on a Minotaur 1 rocket, the smallest booster used by the NRO since the agency's existence was declassified in 1992.
Anonymous 5 Nov 2017 - 11:53:46 PM
Social media platforms.
Top 10 shareholders of Facebook?
Top 10 shareholders of Twitter?
Top 10 shareholders of Reddit?
Why is SA relevant?
Controlling stakes in NBC/MSNBC?
Controlling stakes in ABC?
Controlling stakes in CBS?
Controlling stakes in CNN?
Investor(s) in Fox News?
Why is this relevant?
What is Operation Mockingbird?
Who is A Cooper?
What is A Cooper's background?
Why is this relevant?
American Olympic rower Cameron Winklevoss is widely known for his legal battle with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. While a senior at Harvard University, Winklevoss and twin brother Tyler, along with classmate Divya Narendra, conceived the idea for a social networking site for Harvard students called HarvardConnection, later renamed ConnectU. They enlisted the help of Zuckerberg to write code, and after Zuckerberg verbally agreed to finish the HarvardConnection site, the brothers claimed that he delayed his work and then developed competitor, "thefacebook.com." The Winklevoss brothers and Narendra sued Zuckerberg for $140 million in 2004, alleging that he had broken a verbal contract and copied their idea, in addition to illegally using source code. In 2008, after competing in the Beijing Olympics, the jocks reached a settlement with "Zuck," which was reportedly valued at $65 million