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  • Q !UW.yye1fxo 01/14/18 (Sun) 12:49:27 No.22

    01/14/2018 12:13:38 PM PST · by SubMareener · 120 replies
    8 Chan Great Awakening ^ | 01/14/18 (Sun) 12:49:27 | Q
    Q !UW.yye1fxo 01/14/18 (Sun) 12:49:27 No.22 TRUST SESSIONS. TG departure [HEC]. NOT to testify. NOT needed to testify. Think logically. NO NEED to step down if needed to TESTIFY. DO NOT chase MISINFO. What ROLE might TG be walking into? Who can WE TRUST? RATS everywhere. EVIL everywhere. TRAITORS everywhere. NO SUCH AGENCY - VITAL. RAW INTEL - VITAL. US MIL - VITAL. SAFE COMMS - VITAL. YOU, THE PEOPLE - VITAL. Boards changed due to statements re: private comms - FALSE. Boards changed due to failure to IDEN accurately. Boards changed due to MISINFO. Targeted approach to direct flow...
  • ‘This Is Not Going To End Well:’ Norwegian Cruise Sailed Through Thick Of Winter Storm

    01/08/2018 7:46:02 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 63 replies
    cbs2NY ^ | 01/05/2018 | Andrea Grymes
    Thursday’s winter storm was tough to take around the Tri-State Area, but imagine being in the thick of it on a cruise ship in the Atlantic Ocean. For 21 members of the Ross family, of Stony Brook, it was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime – cruising to the Bahamas for their patriarch’s 80th birthday. Instead, they returned Friday after what they called a nightmare onboard the Norwegian Breakaway. “I thought I’d never be in a situation where I would say that’s the scariest moment of my life. This was the worst moment of my life,” said Karoline...
  • Stunning Photos From Space Show The 'Bomb Cyclone' Blasting The US East Coast (Awesome)

    01/04/2018 2:41:39 PM PST · by blam · 146 replies
    The huge storm was born when a surge of moist ocean air spiraled north to meet a frigid blast of Arctic air — the perfect recipe for a Nor'easter. The winter storm has gained considerable strength over the past 24 hours, leading to what may be the region's most intense (and rapidly intensifying) in more than 40 years, according to Eric Holthaus, a meteorologist and writer. Thousands of flights have been canceled as a result, stranding travelers all over the US. Although the storm's power is impressive from the ground, it takes on a whole other dimension in images taken...
  • NYC could get slammed by ‘bomb’ cyclone winter storm

    01/03/2018 7:43:33 AM PST · by oh8eleven · 60 replies
    NY Post ^ | 2 Jan 2018 | Joe Tacopino and Linda Massarella
    Manhattan is set to get 3 inches of snow starting around 5 or 6 a.m. Thursday, but parts of Queens, Brooklyn and Long Island should brace for at least double that, experts warned.
  • Calm Before The Storm (For those following Q Anon and POTUS Drain the Swamp)

    12/27/2017 10:25:57 PM PST · by ransomnote · 191 replies
    vanity | 12/27/2017 | vanity
    For those following the Calm Before The Storm (Q-Anon posts) the following is a list of CEO's that have resigned or stepped down in 2017. This list is believed to be the direct or indirect product of Trump's efforts to drain the swamp. I imagine this list has netted some unrelated stray retirements but the shear number and scope of industries involved is noteworthy and I believe, significant. Retiring or Stepping Down EQUIFAX CEO AMERICAN EXPRESS CEO ESPN CEO VEVO CEO DISH NETWORK CEO TUMBLR CEO CHIPOTLE CEO LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE CEO SAMSUNG CEO HEWLETT-PACKARD CEO CHEVRON CEO Winn-Dixie CEO...
  • Trump puts the world's worst crooks and killers on notice

    12/25/2017 3:04:51 PM PST · by SubMareener · 28 replies
    The Washington Post via The Star ^ | Mon., Dec. 25, 2017 | Josh Rogin
    The world's worst crooks and killers should be running scared. The law and the executive order President Donald Trump issued make it much easier for the U.S. government to single out and punish egregious cases of abuse. Included in the list were Artem Chayka, the son of the prosecutor general of Russia; Gao Yan, a senior Chinese security official; and Maung Maung Soe, who oversaw Burmese military atrocities against ethnic Rohingya. "Today, the United States is taking a strong stand against human rights abuse and corruption globally by shutting these bad actors out of the U.S. financial system," Treasury Secretary...
  • #MerryChristmas! 🎄 Did you know several big #military events have happened on #Christmas

    12/25/2017 9:24:49 AM PST · by SubMareener · 16 replies
    Twitter: @DeptofDefense ^ | 5:00 AM - 25 Dec 2017 | U.S. Dept of Defense
    #MerryChristmas! 🎄 Did you know several big #military events have happened on #Christmas? Find out which ones:
  • As high winds blow across the Sierra, surf's up on Lake Tahoe

    11/14/2017 1:56:59 PM PST · by ProtectOurFreedom · 33 replies
    SFGATE ^ | y Amy Graff
    Southwesterly wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour are forecast to blow across Lake Tahoe Wednesday, churning waves up to three feet high, according to the National Weather Service. This could bring some surfers to the lake's north and northwest shores, says Scott McGuire with the Weather Service's Reno office. "The winds are coming unaffected across the entire length of the lake and it builds up those waves as it moves across," McGuire says. "Southerly winds are ideal but southwesterly still provides a decent fetch." Tahoe's waves aren't nearly as popular as its slopes, but when the winds kick...
  • President Trump "This Is The Calm Before The Storm"

    10/05/2017 8:26:46 PM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 16 replies
    Youtube ^ | 10/05/17 | LIVE SATELLITE NEWS
    President Trump "This is the Calm before the Storm"
  • Louisiana making evacuations ahead of NATE - Already dropping 20+

    10/05/2017 4:21:02 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 40 replies ^ | 10/5/2017 | MrMBB333 video blogger on Youtube
    Original title of video: Louisiana making evacuations ahead of NATE - Already dropping 20+ inches of rain! Video is 4:07 minutes in length.
  • Woman dies in bicycle crash on Monument [Colorado National Monument]

    09/30/2017 5:27:42 PM PDT · by snarkpup · 20 replies
    KJCT 8 Grand Junction ^ | Updated: Sat 4:08 PM, Sep 30, 2017 | Joshua Vorse
    A woman died in a crash on the Monument Saturday where she was participating in the Tour of the Moon bike event. The 64-year-old woman from Albuquerque, New Mexico was wearing a helmet when Park Rangers say she went off the road and hit a rock wall. She was not hit by a car. It happened on Rim Rock Drive near Cold Shivers Point at around noon.
  • A brewing storm in Cuba (and it's not Irma )

    09/08/2017 7:04:17 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 5 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 09/08/2017 | Silvio Canto Jr.
    As we see in weather reports, Hurricane Irma is very close to Cuba and will likely cause significant damage. We hope for the best for the island, its neighbors, and Southern Florida. There is another storm brewing in Cuba, but you have not heard much about that one. We see this from U.S. News about what we can call an electoral storm:    Opponents of the Cuban government are putting forward an unprecedented number of candidates for municipal elections in late October, the first step in a process to select a new president after nearly 60 years of the...
  • No, Hurricane Irma is not a Category 6 storm -- there is no Category 6

    09/06/2017 3:34:45 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 19 replies
    CBS News ^ | Sep 6, 2017 | JUSTIN CARISSIMO
    hurricane Irma is a very real, powerful Category 5 storm that lashed the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico's northeast coast and could potentially wallop South Florida this weekend. But the National Weather Service is warning people to watch out for fake forecasts after several went viral on social media. In Your Words: Tell CBS News how you're preparing for Irma "Keep your eyes out for fake forecasts. THIS is what an official NOAA advisory looks like. Note: forecast only goes out 5 days," the agency said on Facebook. They encouraged readers to visit the National Hurricane Center's official website if...
  • If Hurricane Irma Becomes The Strongest Hurricane In History-Could Wipe Entire Cities Off The Map

    09/02/2017 6:17:03 PM PDT · by ReformedMedia · 154 replies
    The Washington Standard ^ | 09-02-2017 | Michael Snyder
    Meteorologists have been shocked at how rapidly Hurricane Irma has been strengthening, and they are already warning that if it hits the United States as a high-level category 5 storm the devastation would be absolutely unprecedented.  Of course, we are already dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, and many experts are already telling us that the economic damage done by that storm will easily surpass any other disaster in all of U.S. history.  But there is a very real possibility that Hurricane Irma could be even worse.  According to the National Hurricane Center, at 5 PM on Friday Irma already...
  • Surprise! New Neptune Storm Appears in a Bizarre Location

    08/03/2017 9:13:43 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 14 replies ^ | August 3, 2017 07:33am ET | Elizabeth Howell
    A nearly Earth-size storm system was spotted near Neptune's equator, surprising scientists because no bright clouds have ever been seen in that location. The storm is about 6,000 miles (9,000 kilometers) in length — about three-quarters Earth's diameter — and is even huge compared to the size of Neptune: it spans nearly 30 degrees in both longitude and latitude. When astronomers studied the storm between June 26 and July 2, it appeared to get brighter. "Seeing a storm this bright at such a low latitude is extremely surprising," Ned Molter, a graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, said...
  • Storm Chasers: Dust Storm / Lighting Show

    06/17/2017 10:39:05 AM PDT · by Trumpnation · 5 replies
    YouTube ^ | 6-17-17 | JR
    Twin funnel tornado crossing a lonely road in Nebraska followed by an amazing lighting show.
  • Saturn’s Hexagon Will be the Star of the Cassini Finale

    05/10/2017 6:42:15 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 1 replies ^ | 10 May , 2017 | Matt Williams
    he Cassini spacecraft is nearing the end of its lifespan. This September, after spending the past twenty years in space – twelve and a half of which were dedicated to studying Saturn and its system of moons – the probe will be crash into Saturn’s atmosphere. But between now and then, the probe will be making its “Grand Finale” – the final phase of its mission where it will dive between the planet and its rings 22 times. In addition to exploring this region of Saturn (something no other mission has done), the probe will also be using this opportunity...
  • Flyers depicting racist caricature of African-Americans found at UT

    05/02/2017 11:34:16 AM PDT · by Timpanagos1 · 94 replies
    Austin American Statesman ^ | 5/2/17 | Eric Webb
    Anti-African-American flyers containing a racist slogan and imagery have been found at the University of Texas at Austin, according to reports on social media Tuesday. The flyers depict a racist caricature of a black man holding a knife and bear the words “Around blacks ... never relax.” UT student Kim Nguyen said she found a flyer on an yellow emergency call machine near the Littlefield Fountain.
  • Key Oroville Drain Plugged as Heavy Storms Pounded the Reservoir

    03/09/2017 3:50:00 PM PST · by LibWhacker · 18 replies
    NewsDeeply ^ | 3/8/17 | Matt Weiser
    Key Oroville Drain Plugged as Heavy Storms Pounded the Reservoir After a long history of problems, two river outlet valves deep inside Oroville Dam were not operating at a critical time this winter, eliminating one option to help manage severe storm runoff. Written by Matt Weiser Published on  Mar. 8, 2017 Read time Approx. 5 minutes Oroville Dam on February 27, the aftermath of high runoff from several atmospheric river storms. The damaged main spillway is shown at center and the emergency spillway at left. The river outlets are located at the base of the dam on the far right.Photo...
  • Blizzard hits Hawaii as record rainfall poised to end California drought

    03/03/2017 1:35:32 PM PST · by Jyotishi · 20 replies
    The Christian Science Monitor ^ | Friday, March 3, 2017 | Ellen Powell
    The blizzard in Hawaii and high levels of precipitation in California contrast sharply with the low snow levels across much of the rest of the country in 2017. It's been a strange year for weather so far, and a recent series of events has confounded expectations. On Tuesday and Wednesday, a blizzard hit mountaintops on Hawaii's Big Island. Most of the snow fell overnight, blanketing the summit of Mauna Kea with eight inches and making the road to the summit impassable. In California, meanwhile, record levels of rain and snow look set to lift much of the state out of...