British campaign is insulting Amsterdam

31 Oct

Jester Stardust memories

31 Oct

Man sought in ax attack on D.C. police officer

31 Oct

Authorities: 1 dead, 1 injured in SpaceShipTwo test flight failure

31 Oct

Authorities: 1 dead, 1 injured in SpaceShipTwo test flight failure

(CNN) — [Breaking news update posted at 3:05 p.m. ET]. One person died and another was seriously injured as a result of Friday’s incident involving Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, California Highway Patrol Officer Jesse Borne said.

(CNN) — One person died and another was injured Friday when Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo test flight failed following what the company described as a “serious anomaly.”

The casualties are believed to be the pilots of the aircraft, though California Highway Patrol Officer Jesse Borne did not identify them.

The injured person has been airlifted to a local hospital, Borne said. He declined to identify the hospital.

German highway fee 2 b NWO

31 Oct

because it will use the already in use GPS based tracking system for trucks. This was made public today by German ministry for traffic. So, in other words, every German car will get a GPS signal emitter. That is very bad for personal data, because, id est that you are trackable by anyone who can hack a GPS emitter code. Sneer rullshit.


(it is not entirely the case that it has 2 b NWO: Dobrindt uttered only that the fee will b controlled by the number plates. So you install masses of internet cams that will then read out graphically the number plate of each respective checked car? Highly unprobable. GPS verification highly likely.)

Woman found beheaded on Long Island minutes before man steps in front of train

30 Oct

Jewish right-wing activist shot in Jerusalem

30 Oct

German highway fee is “shrinking” -volume of expected measures 2 b reduced

29 Oct


Only highways concerned, federal routes (Bundesstr) and town to town (Landstr) probably kept out. Steinbruecks point against Merkel (she promised that therell be none) remains important. Shaky thing, shaky ground, Dobrindts highway fee for cars.

US launch fails

29 Oct




Antares rocket explosion: The question of using decades-old Soviet engines

The tale of the engine that propelled the Antares rocket, which exploded in a spectacular ball of flame in Virginia Tuesday night, begins four decades ago, thousands of miles away, in a land of communism and Sputnik.
Some hillarious commentator commented this with the US is using Russian rockets. Well, the Russian rocket flew, obviously.

Australia instigates Ebola-prompted ban on travel from West Africa

28 Oct


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