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Report: Scott Walker Accused of Campaign Finance 'Criminal Scheme'
Thu Jun 19, 2014
In reply to: MATTY13 #114 I could be wrong here, as I don't have the background information available. However, I would guess it doesn't have to do with coordinating his own fund-raising efforts, but the fact that an electoral candidate can not coordinate with entities like PAC groups in telli …
Hacker-Turned-Informant 'Sabu' Wins Leniency, Is Spared More Prison Time
Tue May 27, 2014
Of which black man are you speaking? I did read an article here about a man of Hispanic origins, but I saw nothing of a black man. Oh wait.. you don't read, you just look at the pictures, don't you?
Putin on Ice! Russian Leader Joins Hockey Match
Sat May 10, 2014
Putin scored 6 Goals? I would guess that his team miraculously won by a score of... 6-0, maybe?
New Jersey Abortion Counselor Films Own Abortion
Tue May 6, 2014
In reply to: lais #19 You do know that birth control pills aren't 100% effective. Nor are any other contraceptives. But you didn't even consider that possibility, did you? No, in your mind every woman who has an abortion must be a wh*re, right?
Homicide convictions upheld for Wisconsin parents who treated dying daughter with prayer
Wed Jul 3, 2013
Krell67, did you believe in the Higgs Boson particle? It was only tenuously confirmed to have existed this past spring. Physicists have continued to believe in it for decades despite only having very vague evidence for both it and the Higgs field. They went on faith.
Warp speed, Scotty? It may actually be possible...
Tue May 14, 2013
The author of this article should have done some more research. Anyone "in the know" could tell you that the matter-antimatter collision process was not the cause of warp speed, but simply the power plant for the ship's processes much like the nuclear reactors on today's subs. Duh!
Slam a spaceship into asteroid, save the Earth — it's that easy
Fri Dec 7, 2012
It would definitely have to be a moon-based laser. And we would call it... the Alan Parsons Project. MWAHAHAHA!
Pack your bags: Pioneer wants 80,000 of us to colonize Mars
Mon Nov 26, 2012
There's another aspect there, too. How many people who could raise $500,000 to colonize another planet would have the... technical experience, I suppose... to do the hands-on work. Who would fix the plumbing, do the electrician work, HVAC work, etc.
The path to an American pope? Cardinal's elevation gives US clout at Vatican
Fri Nov 23, 2012
You do realize it's been almost 500 years since a Pope kept his baptismal name? The current pope's birth name was not Benedict, and the previous two popes were not named John Paul at birth.
Real-life teen 'Sleeping Beauty' sleeps 19 hours a day
Tue Nov 20, 2012
The reason you likely haven't heard of it is because, as others have said, it is a rare disease. It's also unknown how rare or common it is or ever has been. The problem with diagnosing KLS, now and in the past, is that there's no distinguishing factor for it.
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