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Originally posted by backinblack
reply to post by boondock-saint
I'll predict Soros did it..!!
Nah, j.k Boon
But there's been a few movies based on attacks at sports stadiums..
I watched "The Sum of all Fears" just the other day..
They nuked Baltimore stadium..
They got the President out in time but not a word to the public....
Scary though to have so many people in such a small area..
Our good old MCG often has over 90,000 crowd.
Odd? If the Bears had beat Green Bay then the Pres was going to the Super Bowl, but since they lost because their QB Cutler stopped playing for a sprain and was razzed by everyone for it afterwards, he won't be there.
Originally posted by harrytuttle
Like I said boon, I hope to hell your concerns are unfounded.
337 - St Julius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope
1189 - Riots of Lynn in Norfolk spread to Norwich England
1508 - Maximilian I crowned Holy Roman Emperor
1577 - King Henri de Bourbon of Navarra becomes leader of Huguenots
1626 - Huguenot rebels & French sign Peace of La Rochelle
1651 - -7] Cardinal Mazarin flees Paris
1685 - James II of England and VII of Scotland becomes King upon the death of his brother Charles II.
1693 - Royal charter granted College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Va
1716 - England & Netherlands renew alliance
1778 - England declares war on France
1778 - France recognizes US, signs treaty of aid in Paris; 1st US treaty
1788 - Mass becomes 6th state to ratify constitution
1815 - NJ issues 1st US railroad charter (John Stevens)
1819 - Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles founds freeport harbor Singapore
1820 - 1st organized emigration of blacks back to Africa (NY to Sierra Leone)
1820 - US population announced at 9,638,453 (1,771,656 blacks (18.4%))
1820 - The first 86 African American immigrants sponsored by the American Colonization Society started a settlement in present-day Liberia.
1832 - 1st appearance of cholera at Edinburgh, Scotland
1832 - US ship destroys Sumatran village in retaliation for piracy
1836 - HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reach Diemen's Land (Tasmania)
1840 - Waitangi Day; treaty signed between Britain & Maoris of NZ
1843 - The first minstrel show in the United States The Virginia Minstrels opens (Bowery Amphitheatre in New York City).
1851 - Robert Schumann's 3rd Symphony "Rhenisch," premieres in Dusseldorf
1854 - Composer R Schumann is saved from suicide attempt into the Rhine
1861 - 1st meeting of Provisional Congress of Confederate States of America
1861 - English Vice-Admiral Robert Fitzroy issues 1st storm warnings for ships
1862 - Gen Ulysses S Grant captures Fort Henry in Tennessee
1862 - Naval Engagement at Tenn River-USS Conestago vs CSS Appleton Belle
1862 - Ulysses S Grant begins military campaign in Mississippi
1864 - -7] Skirmish at Barnett's Ford Virginia
1865 - 2nd day of battle at Dabney's Mills (Hatcher's Run)
1865 - Robert E Lee appointed Confederate General in Chief
1867 - Peabody Fund forms to promote Black education in South
1869 - Harper's Weekly publishes 1st picture of Uncle Sam with chin whiskers
1891 - 1st great train robbery by Dalton Gang (Southern Pacific #17)
1899 - Spanish-American War ends, peace treaty ratified by Senate
1900 - Battle at Vaalkrans, South-Africa (Boers vs British army)
1902 - Young Women's Hebrew Association organizes in NYC
1904 - Russian-Japanese war began
1911 - 1st old-age home opened in Prescott, Ariz
1911 - Great fire destroys downtown Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey
1918 - Britain grants women (30 & over) vote
1919 - 1st day of 5-day Seattle general strike
1920 - Saarland administrated by League of Nations
1921 - "The Kid," starring Charlie Chaplin & Jackie Coogan, released
1922 - Cardinal Achille Ratti elected Pope Pius XI
1922 - US, UK, France, Italy & Japan sign Washington naval arms limitation
1926 - NFL rules college students ineligible until college classes graduates
1926 - St Louis Browns acquire catcher Wally Schang from NY Yankees
1929 - Rudy Vallee recorded "Deep Night"
1932 - 1st Olympic dog sled race, Lake Placid, NY (demonstration sport)
1932 - Fascist coup in the Memel territory
1933 - -90°F (-68°C), Oymyakon, USSR (Asian record)
1933 - 112' ocean wave observed near Manila
1933 - 20th Amendment goes into effect: Pres term begins in Jan not March
1933 - 20th amendment (terms of office) passed
1933 - Highest recorded sea wave (not tsunami), 34 m, in Pacific hurricane
1933 - Pres von Hindenburg & von Papen end Prussian parliament
1934 - Reds purchase 43-year-old Dazzy Vance from the Cards for $7,500
1934 - Far right leagues rally in front of the Palais Bourbon in an attempted coup against the French Third Republic, creating a political crisis in France.
1935 - "Monopoly" board game goes on sale for 1st time
1935 - 1st election to allow women to vote in Turkey
1936 - 4th Winter Olympic games open in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
1936 - Pravda criticizes Shostakovitch' ballet "Clear Brook"
1937 - K Elizabeth Ohi becomes 1st Japanese-US female lawyer
1939 - Spanish govt flees to France
1941 - Auke Adema wins 6th official Dutch 11 Cities Skating Race (9:19)
1941 - Battle of Beda Fomm: Italian 10th army destroyed
1941 - British troops conquer Bengazi, Libya
1943 - 1st Spitfire in action above Darwin, Australia, Mu Ki-46 shot down
1943 - Singer Frank Sinatra debuts on radio's "Your Hit Parade"
1945 - 8th Air Force bombs Magdeburg/Chemnitz
1945 - Russian Red Army crosses the river Oder
1946 - "Lute Song" opens at Plymouth Theater NYC for 142 performances
1947 - Compton & Arthur Morris both complete dual tons in same Test Cricket
1948 - 1st radio-controlled airplane flown
1948 - Bradman retires hurt, 57 in his last Test Cricket innings in Australia
1948 - KNXT (now KCBS) TV channel 2 in Los Angeles, CA (CBS) 1st broadcast
1951 - "Broker Special" train crashes in Woodbridge NJ, killing 84
1951 - Radio commentator Paul Harvey arrested for trying to sneak into
1951 - US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site Argonne Atomic Lab (Ill),
to demonstrate lax in security
1952 - England replaces King George VI stamp series with Queen Elizabeth II
1953 - Ian Craig makes Test Cricket debut at 17 yrs 239 days, youngest Aussie
1953 - US controls on wages & some consumer goods were lifted
1956 - Chicago's Daily Defender, begins publishing
1956 - French premier Guy Mollet pelted with tomatoes in Algiers
1956 - U of Alabama refuses admission to Autherine Lucy (because he's black)
1958 - Ted Williams signs with Red Sox for $135,000, making him highest paid
1959 - 1st successful test-fire of Titan ICBM
1959 - Fidel Castro is interviewed by Edward R Murrow
1961 - "Jail, No Bail" Jail-in movement starts in Rock Hill SC
1961 - KOAP TV channel 10 in Portland, OR (PBS) begins broadcasting
1962 - Schoolman Athletic Field in the Bronx named
1964 - "Rugantino" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 28 performances
1964 - France & Great-Britain sign accord over building channel tunnel
1964 - WCIU TV channel 26 in Chicago, IL (IND) begins broadcasting
1965 - "Kelly" opens & closes at Broadhurst Theater NYC
1965 - Righteous Brothers "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" hits #1
1967 - Cultural Revolution in Albania
1967 - Muhammad Ali TKOs Ernie Terrell in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1968 - 10th Winter Olympic games opens in Grenoble, France
1968 - Dutch 2nd Chamber condemns US bombing of North Vietnam
1968 - Former Pres Dwight Eisenhower shot a hole-in-one
1968 - KESD TV channel 8 in Brookings, SD (PBS) begins broadcasting
1969 - "Dear World" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 132 performances
1969 - Jerry Herman's "Dear World," premieres in NYC
1970 - Graeme Pollock completes 274 v Australia at Durban
1970 - NBA expands to 18 teams with Buffalo, Cleveland, Houston & Portland
1971 - 1st time a golf ball is hit on Moon (by Alan Shepard)
1973 - "Shelter" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 31 performances
1973 - 40,000 civil servants demonstrate against higher pension contribution
1973 - 6th ABA All-Star Game: West 123 beats East 111 at Utah
1973 - Bernice Fekete skips her curling rink to 2nd straight 8-ender, Edm
1974 - 3rd time Rangers shut-out Islanders 6-0
1974 - Dutch speed limit set at 100km due to oil crisis
1974 - US House of Reps begins determining grounds for impeachment of Nixon
1975 - US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1976 - George Harrison releases "This Guitar (Can't Keep From Crying)"
1977 - 4th time Rangers shut-out Islanders 4-0
1977 - Alain Prieur jumps his motorcycle 65 m over 16 buses, near Paris
1977 - Harley Race beats Terry Funk in Toronto, to become NWA wrestling champ
1978 - Muriel, wife of late Hubert Humphrey (Sen-D-Minn) takes his office
1978 - Snowstorm hits New England, parts of RI (54" (137cm))
1979 - Supreme court of Lahore affirms death sentence against premier Bhutto
1981 - "Brady Brides," debuts on NBC TV
1981 - Beatles McCartney, Starr & Harrison record a tribute to John Lennon
1981 - Suleiman Nyambui runs world record 5k indoor (13:20.4)
1982 - "Centerfold" by J Geils Band hit #1 on pop chart
1983 - 13th NFL Pro Bowl: NFC beats AFC 20-19
1983 - Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Elizabeth Arden Golf Classic
1984 - Muslim militiamen take over West Beirut from Lebanese army
1986 - NJ Devil Peter McNab becomes 42nd NHLer to score 350 goals
1987 - No-smoking rules take effect in federal buildings
1987 - US female Figure Skating championship won by Jill Trenary
1988 - USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1989 - Lech Walesa begins negotiating with Polish govt
1990 - Brett Hull becomes 1st son of NHL 50 goal scorer (Bobby) to score 50
1990 - Ground breaking begins on Baltimore Orioles' new $102 million stadium
1990 - Steve Briers of Wales recited the entire lyrics of Queen's album "A Night At The Opera" in 9 minutes & 58.44 seconds backwards!
1991 - Mousey Davis becomes 1st coach of NY-NJ Knights
1992 - "Late Night's 10th Anniversary Show At Radio City Music Hall" on NBC
1992 - The Saami people of the Nordic countries have an official day celebrating their existence.
1993 - 44th NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 16-6 at Montreal
1993 - Riddick Bowe TKOs Michael Dokes in 1 for heavyweight boxing title
1994 - "Government Inspector" closes at Lyceum Theater NYC after 37 perfs
1994 - Dawn Coe-Jones wins LPGA Healthsouth Palm Beach Golf Classic
1994 - Jose Maria Figueres elected president of Costa Rica
1994 - Leonid Voloshin triple jumps world record 17.77m
1994 - Martti Ahtisaari elected president of Finland
1994 - NFL Pro Bowl: NFC beats AFC 17-3
1995 - Beachboy Brian Wilson wed Melinda Ledbetter
1995 - Darryl Strawberry suspended from baseball for 60 days
1995 - Greg Blewett scores his 2nd century in his 2nd Test Cricket
1996 - Heidi Fleiss scheduled to begin her 7 year jail sentence
1997 - Diane Blood, 32, in England, won right to use her dead husbands sperm
1998 - Twins trade Chuck Knoblauch to NY Yankees for $3M & 4 minor leaguers
1998 - Mary Kay LeTourneau, 36, former teacher, who violated probation by seeing 14 year old father of her baby, sentenced to 7 years
1998 - In Corsica, the prefect Claude Erignac is assassinated in Ajaccio, presumably by Yvan Colonna.
1998 - Washington National Airport is renamed Ronald Reagan National Airport.
2005 - Super Bowl XXXIX, the New England Patriots win 24-21 over the Philadelphia Eagles
Originally posted by backinblack
A few of those events I would hardly call historical..
The results of the 2005 in one example..
Originally posted by harrytuttle
If someone releases VX Nerve Gas at the Super Bowl, that would make for some scary TV.
Talk about terrorizing a nation - thousands and thousands of people would die on TV, and then the ensuing mob of people stampeding out of the stadium and trampling each other under the grip of a pure primal fear would probably be more than most people could handle.
And to think, if that happens, and you predicted it based on solid internet/media research, and the FBI failed, well that would be pretty epic too.
I hope to hell you are wrong.
Originally posted by the_0bserver85
I'd like to see how those football players react to " a spacecraft" land in the middle of their play field .... and a reptilian walk out .... probably they gonna run like chickens ..... they'll be like "WTF WTF WTF, get the F out of here" among themselves OR react agressively toward that E.T. (which is stupid) and get turn into real chickens
Notable areas of interest in 2011 are: the economy, environmental disasters and changes, terrorism and the newest and greatest threat ever to mankind, the stock market and other investments, and the first detonation of a nuclear device over a civilian target since WW II.
Celente argues that the economy will become much worse during the year. There will be loss of liberty and crackdown on the people as the war on terror and on crime expands. In the name of terror the government will clamp down on the people. Celente says:"Big Brother will be watching!"