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  1. What forum am I on? Oh, I know. The one that is civil and not full of snarks. Thank you in advance for acting like adults that know how to debate. Man, honestly? This just goes on and on and on. Even though acting like that might make you feel good, it does not make you look good. Stop it. You know who I'm talking to!
  2. The US Navy intends to remove the commander of US 7th fleet after a destroyer collided with a merchant vessel east of the Malacca Strait. It was the fourth time a US warship was involved in a collision in the Pacific theater this year. Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin, the three-star commander of the 7th Fleet, will be relieved of his command on Wednesday after a series of collisions have occurred this year, two US officials told the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday. <snip> https://www.rt.com/usa/400593-navy-remove-aucoin-mccain/
  3. <snip> Reacting to the sanctions, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov issued a statement expressing disappointment, and warning Washington that Russia was working on a response. “Against such a depressing backdrop, the lip service from American representatives about the desire to stabilize bilateral relations is extremely unconvincing,” Ryabkov said. “We have always and will always support resolving our existing differences through dialogue. In recent years, Washington in theory should have learned that for us the language of sanctions is unacceptable, and the solutions to real problems are only hindered by such actions. So far, however, there doesn’t seem to be an understanding of such obvious truths. “Nevertheless, we do not lose our hope that the voice of reason will sooner or later prevail, and that our American colleagues will be aware of the futility and detrimental nature of further sliding down the spiral of sanctions. “In the meantime, we are beginning to work out the inevitable response to this situation.” The companies under sanction include Gefest-M, a Moscow-based firm accused of acquiring metals for a North Korean company, and Mingzheng International Trading, a Chinese and Hong Kong-based bank that supposedly conducted transactions on behalf of North Korea. Andrey Klimov, a senior Russian senator, said that the US sanctions against Gefest-M and the others lack legitimacy. <snip> https://www.rt.com/news/400586-moscow-response-sanctions-north-korea/ What is this response going to be?
  4. Declassified files are useful in a world where truthtellers and open-minded investigators are shut down, censored and accused of being “conspiracy theorists.” Our world is fast becoming a digital censorship grid, where corporate technological behemoths like Google (who own YouTube) and Facebook rig algorithms (which control search engine results and news feeds) to elevate the information they want you to see and bury the information they don’t want you to see. Amazon too is part of this emerging multinational corporate technological oligarchy, and you may remember they have been caught censoring books in the past (such as No One Died at Sandy Hookby Jim Fetzer) by forbidding them to be sold on their platform. The handy thing about declassified docs is that they are genuine pieces of evidence that prove governmental criminality. <snip> http://humansarefree.com/2017/08/yes-government-would-do-that.html Some good stuff in this article. Declassified docs re: Hitler going to Argentina and other juicy info.
  5. More than 24 million people have been affected by some of the worst flooding to hit South Asia in decades, with large areas of land submerged in water, the Red Cross Tuesday. Authorities in Bangladesh, India and Nepal have put the death toll at more than 750 since August 10, when a series of deluges began spreading with the annual monsoon season. "The situation is going from bad to worse," Red Cross under secretary-general Jagan Chapagain said in a statement, confirming the death toll given by regional authorities. "Almost one third of Nepal has been flooded. One third of Bangladesh is flooded," he told reporters. "This is the worst flooding that parts of South Asia have seen in decades." Flood waters in the three countries have left hundreds of people stranded and entire communities cut off from road access, according to the Red Cross. <snip> https://www.sott.net/article/359869-Update-24-million-affected-by-floods-in-Nepal-Bangladesh-and-India-over-750-dead
  6. Can I get off Earth yet? lol I want offfff!
  7. Losing weight and maintaining it is a day-to-day struggle. There's no magic pill that can help you shed all the pounds but some natural herbs can definitely support your goals and accelerate the process of weight loss. It goes without saying that you can't do without a good workout regime and a healthy and balanced diet but these herbs can give you an extra boost. <snip> http://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/8-herbs-that-help-you-lose-weight-naturally-1740034 There's a list at the link.
  8. The U.S. Department of State issued a travel warning Tuesday for Americans traveling to certain parts of Mexico. The advisory cautions citizens to avoid traveling to certain locations due to increased criminal activity. Areas such as Baja California Sur, where the popular tourist destination Cabo San Lucas is, and Quintana Roo, where Cancun and Riviera Maya are located, have seen a spike in homicide rates this year. “U.S. citizens have been the victims of violent crimes, including homicide, kidnapping, carjacking, and robbery in various Mexican states,” the travel advisory states. The advisory notes that resort areas and tourist destinations in the country don’t typically have the same level of drug-related violence and crime seen in other parts of the country. http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/08/22/state-department-issues-travel-warning-for-mexico.html
  9. It's getting so cray.. I think I'm going to go watch The Twilight Zone movie again.
  10. They had, why don't we

    That's just mean. Don't listen to that.
  11. Yeh, Lindsay that's how we got the egregious Patriot Act, too.... pos.
  12. http://www.featurepics.com/StockImage/20070402/no-balls-stock-illustration-269348.jpg
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