SO - something is bungled up here? I can't watch on FF or IE - I have the latest flash on my pc. If it were just me, I could understand and
troubleshoot, but multiple members have the same prob? Very Weird
I love the idea...I don't like the biased slant on the views. Can't you just ask what people think without feeding them some biased guided
Everyone knows McDonalds isn't healthy...but to flat out say it is poison and is killing people??? That is just not right...it's dishonest and
misleading. If you eat too much of anything...it's not gonna be good for you...go drink a ton of water and tell me how good you are feeling.
Plus...I love the scare word of "chemicals"...everything is a "chemical"...again...water...is a "chemical". OMG...did you know you just drank
I thoroughly enjoyed this interview show. It was intelligent, fast-paced and overall professional and engaging.
I'm a former New Yorker myself, and partial to New Yorkers, but I think it's worth noting that New York City is more urban and possibly more
sophisticated than many other parts of the country. I have a feeling you'd get some different responses from people in, say, Peoria. This is not to
say that I want the show to move elsewhere -- I love it just the way it is -- but location is something to keep in mind as we watch it.
I myself have a thread going on the political ramifications of global warming. The OP is an article about how climate change denial is a sort of
tenet of faith for the Tea Party. Most of the responses I've gotten so far are in favor of denial. There have been umpteen threads on global
warming, of course, but this one addresses a specific political aspect of it. I find Street View interesting as it suggests more popular support for
the concept of climate change than you would guess from the thread.
I give a thumbs up to Street View. Definitely send me a message when there's a new one.
I really like the delivery of these videos.
It's fast and straight to the point, no time wasted with the lead in of the topics, yet very natural.
The video editing is excellent and the audio quality has improved considerably from the first first episode.
The problem with the NY UFOs is that all the facts about it have been lumped together into one sighting. There was 4 different "sightings" that day,
and people think all 4 were related, or the same UFO.
When you said the "balloons hovered for 9 hours", that is just an incorrect statement. The balloons came and went, then there was another sighting
that came and went, and then at night was another sighting that came and went, and people lumped all these "sightings" together and claimed they were
all the same thing.
The light(s) at night had NOTHING to do with the "UFOs" in the day. So wondering how the balloons can be illuminated is just not correct.
Balloon sighting 1:
Balloon sighting 2:
Internet lights sighting (this sighting only happened on the internet):
People erroneously filmed Jupiter, linked it to the day UFO's for some odd reason thinking they were the same thing, then convinced themselves there
is a cover up because the day UFO's were identified as balloons, and what they filmed at night wasn't a balloon, it was Jupiter.
There was mass confusion.... not all the sightings were linked or the same. There was different sightings. Everyone was looking in the sky for UFOs
and everyone experienced their own little "sighting". Some were balloons, some were jets, some were Jupiter, and some how people linked them all
together because they happened on the same day.
It's ridiculous if you ask me.
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Another great episode...
Yep it really shows how people think.............AND don't think before they walk in the junk food providers. For those that know whats in their junk
food and still go in for more, it seems that the more addictive additions to your burger are working a treat.
Great Work S+F
This is #ing stupid. Again people start blaming their stupid health problems at McDonald's. Each Individual reacts differently to different types of
food, some people get fat, some people don't. I'm a former manager of McDonald's, I ate it 5 times a week, salads, burgers, fries, whatever. I
never, never, gained any weight. Zero health problems. You decide how much you eat. McDonald's only offers you their menu, you get to choose, spend
you're money, and consume.
Stop triggering bullets at McDonald's, now it's time for Burger King to get a spanking alright kids? If it comes to hygiene, Burger King is in deep
**** compared to McDonald's.
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