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originally posted by: cherokeetroy
I know this isn't Q related and you can delete. I just wanted to share because my great great uncle was with this infantry that stormed Omaha Beach. He was shot in the hip by a machine gun sniper, survived, sent on medical leave to recover and was later called back in and sent to serve in South Africa. This tweet is an amazing story
Union activist Lisa Forbes retained the constituency for Labour, taking 31% of the vote and beating the Brexit Party's Mike Greene (29%) by 683 votes.
Q !ITPb.qbhqo ID: 4a55e6 No.74037 📁
Dec 11 2017 13:44:10 (EST)
We have a special place picked out for GS.
Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: 82d434 No.121327 📁
Dec 18 2017 23:27:52 (EST)
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Shall we play a game?
Map is critical to understand.
Future unlocks past.
News unlocks map.
Find the markers.
10 & .
12/7 – 12/17.
Private_operated plane (OP)?
ATL -> IAD
Learn double meanings.
Why are drops highlighted by POTUS shortly thereafter?
Coincidence or message?
“The Great Awakening”
How about a nice game of chess?
It's now clear that independent Facebook investors voted overwhelmingly in support of proposals last week to fire Mark Zuckerberg as chairman and scrap the firm's share structure.
Despite the revolt, the proposals did not pass because of Zuckerberg's voting control of the stock, which means he can swat away shareholder demands.
"Arrogance is not a substitute for good corporate governance," Michael Connor, who helped coordinate action among activist Facebook investors, said.
Put another way, Zuckerberg and his closest allies always have the trump card if they disagree with shareholders.
4 Apr 2018 - 4:38:13 PM
MZ to step down as Chairman.
MZ out of US.
originally posted by: Trillium
OK Senator Jonathan Nichols to Author Bill Creating Child Abuse Response Team
Americans view made-up news and information as a bigger problem than other critical issues, including terrorism, immigration, climate change and racism, according to a new survey from Pew Research Center.
The anchor also spoke about the negative, unsolicited feedback he sometimes receives.
What makes these examples particularly notable is that access to the underlying material used in the Mueller report is extremely limited. In each of the instances where information is publicly available—documents released in the ongoing Flynn case, a rebuttal letter from lawyers for the individual mentioned in the Mueller report, and details surrounding the Papadopoulos case—they highlight inconsistencies, thereby raising concerns that Mueller’s report may be hiding many more such problems.
Marc Lamparello has been identified as the 37-year-old man who was arrested by NYPD Counterterrorism officers after walking into the historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City with two gasoline cans just days after a fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Lamparello was taken into custody without incident at the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of New York in midtown Manhattan Wednesday night, NBC New York reports.
Miller said Thursday that Lamparello had bought a plane ticket to Rome, Italy, from Newark, New Jersey, in the days after his arrest in Newark. He spent $2,800 on the ticket and was set to leave Thursday night at 5:20 p.m., according to police.
Lamparello is also a Ph.D candidate at CUNY.