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  • UPDATE: XHALE City Vape Shop FIRES Racist Trump-Hating Liberal After SCREECHING MELTDOWN...

    12/31/2018 9:48:56 AM PST · by Red Badger · 31 replies
    www.thegatewaypundit.com ^ | December 29, 2018 | by Jim Hoft
    A clerk at Xhale City vape shop in Tucker, Atlanta went absolutely ballistic after a customer wearing a Trump t-shirt walked into the establishment. The pro-Trump customer was denied service and asked to leave the store while the vape shop employee accused him of being a “racist motherf*cker.” A black man was also standing in front of the counter watching it all go down and it was all caught on video. “If you do not stop recording in my store, I’m going to call the police and ask you to leave,” the triggered employee said. The customer refused to be...
  • 'I Am Legend' writer Richard Matheson dies at 87

    06/25/2013 5:04:52 AM PDT · by P.O.E. · 23 replies
    CNN ^ | 06/25/13 | Staff
    <p>CNN) -- Richard Matheson, a prolific American science fiction author and screenwriter whose stories were made into movies and TV episodes, has died. He was 87.</p> <p>He died at his home in Los Angeles on Sunday, according to his son.</p>
  • Agosta 90B French Submarine to Osama bin Laden

    08/23/2004 8:27:05 AM PDT · by olinr · 11 replies · 718+ views
    Coast To Coast AM ^ | unknown | Howard Bloom
    Osama bin Laden may soon have his hands on three Agosta 90B next-generation stealth submarines capable of carrying sixteen sea-to-land cruise missiles each. Those missiles can deliver atomic warheads. And Osama, I suspect, will have access to the forty nuclear warheads constructed by Pakistan. Washington and New York, two primary targets for Al Qaeda, are near bodies of water from which these nuclear-tipped missiles can be launched. So are many other major American cities. Here are the skeletal details: In 1994, DCN, the government-owned company that builds France's naval vessels, agreed to help the Pakistanis build and learn to operate...