ah oops…I read that wrong. lol maybe I should’ve clicked the news article… I thought it meant what kinda music would i listen to while fighting in iraq! lmao i chose eminem for that. as for torture, hmm i dunno
Yea that happened on an episode of Bonanza. It was Hoss in his jimmy’s getting a ham sandwich. Little Joe rigged some bottles so he could force Hoss to stay on his diet and win the $1500 bet at the Flapjack eating contest.
That guy who owns that site is crazy. He is always on Art Bell’s radio show and late Night coast to coast.
He inferred that it was “the death star”…waiting for the right time to head to earth and blow it up. Rediculious
That’s the issue with pseudo-science. Peoples need to make outrageous and never eared announcements to get attention and eventually money.
This guy puts a lot of interesting facts on his site but when it put them together,
he is like Richard Castle telling a murder story to Lt Becket who’s trying to figure the puzzle out of a bunch of facts.
Castle’s story remains false but it provides new hints to get further in the investigation of the case.
This moon was in the book of Arthur C. Clark, as the goal while it was change in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey for a Jupiter’s moon:
In the background to the story in the book, an ancient and unseen alien race uses a device with the appearance of a large crystalline monolith to investigate worlds all across the galaxy and, if possible, to encourage the development of intelligent life. The book shows one such monolith appearing in ancient Africa, 3 million years B.C. (in the movie, 4 million years), where it inspires a starving group of hominids to develop tools. The ape-men use their tools to kill animals and eat meat, ending their starvation. They then use the tools to kill a leopard preying on them; the next day, the main ape character, Moon-Watcher, uses a club to kill the leader of a rival tribe. The book suggests that the monolith was instrumental in awakening intelligence.
The book then shows the year C.E. 1999, detailing Dr. Heywood Floyd’s travel to Clavius Base on the Moon. Upon his arrival, Floyd attends a meeting, where a lead scientist explains that they have found a magnetic disturbance in Tycho, one of the Moon’s craters, designated Tycho Magnetic Anomaly One, or TMA-1. An excavation of the area has revealed a large black slab, precisely fashioned to a ratio of exactly 1:4:9, or 1�:2�:3�, and therefore believed the work of intelligence. Floyd and a team of scientists travel across the Moon to view TMA-1, and arrive as sunlight falls upon it for the first time in three million years. It then sends a piercing radio transmission to one of the moons of Saturn, Japetus (Iapetus), where an expedition is then planned to investigate.
I think it’s more a matter of chosing your industries and your companies right now, not just blindly investing in tech sector like it was in the 90s. That means people have to work to make their money grow and they are not choosing to do the work. Thus their money is shrinking and thus they are claiming it’s an aweful bear market!
I know I’ve taken a wash on a few stocks because I screwed up on my homework. But it was not the market’s fault, it was my fault for believing the wrong set of data. I’ve also made a killing on some WAG stocks (Wild Assed Guesses).
â€œSoldiers of the Western Front! Your great hour has arrived. Large attacking armies have started against the Anglo-Americans. I do not have to tell you more than that. You feel it yourself. WE GAMBLE EVERYTHING! You carry â€¦the holy obligation to give everything to achieve things beyond human possibilities for our fatherland and our Fuhrer!â€ –-Von Rundstedt
stated so well by him at the onset of the great gamble in the west dec. 16th 1944. Very inspiring.
“Now is the winter of our discontent
made glorious summer by this son of York…” spoken from Sir Laurence Olivier as Richard III the entire opening soliloquy of act one scene one. Its the greatest thing i ever heard coming from any actor.Its so intense and perfectly done for such a hard bunch of lines setting the tone of where Richard III’s ambitions are. I love that entire movie.