Yasser Arafat’s surviving wife and daughter have filed legal papers in France asserting the deceased Palestinian leader was assassinated and calling for an investigation into the death, which could have been caused by deliberate exposure to a radioactive source, the Associated Press reported on Tuesday (see GSN, July 12).
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Get used to it, and get used to it driving up food costs.
Here’s a site that sells dehydrated food in bulk.
You may want to stock up.
Tags: Climate Change
Fair warning to the “there’s no difference” crowd, this is a link to a post on DU (where there’s a risk that you may actually see someone acknowledge that, yes, the Democrats actually do something right on occasion, which I’m able to understand utterly destroys the myth that “there’s no difference” and therefore makes you “haz a sad”), but it’s FUNNY.
I wanted drive a Porsche once more in my life so purchased this car after I was fired from my job. I told myself when it need tires I would sell it. The couple that came on Sat. will own the car this Tuesday if not Monday. When I was young I had a 1957 Porsche Speedster. It was a lot of fun but you drove it for few days then you worked on for few hours.
Just having a little fun with the new polling software.
Here’s how to add a poll
I am asking you to review this person’s website. And then utilize the information he passes on wisely.
The UN is talking about a global gun treaty again. This time they are keeping their deliberations secret so far, so no one can tell if they are still after US gunowners (I suppose the secrecy is an ominous hint though).
But the NRA is on their case:
Not sure if the UN fully understands that the NRA is bigger than they are. They might be in for a rude awakening. If the treaty offends the NRA I bet there will be about 90 senators voting against it.
BTW, Olympics time again. Time to show the world who’s boss. Opening ceremony is tonight.
And if it’s not too late, check out this week’s PBS Frontline. It’s about a drive to do away with the last very-large-scale salmon run in the world (it’s in Alaska), and replace it with the world’s largest strip mine.
(Well, according to the industry, the two are compatible, but they aren’t, really.)