From the blazing-hot topic of water shut-offs, to the now historic flooding of the Motor City, Detroit has received quite a bit of attention during our summer of dissent. No, we haven’t had any problems like the epic showdown happening in Ferguson, and luckily Detroiters have always been a resilient lot. However, this latest round of water-related mayhem may just be what puts people over … Continue reading Divers in Detroit? Try Worldwide
By Aaron Pero, Mon Aug 11th, 2014 12:04pm America/Los_Angeles ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish media reports say Turkish scientists will examine a two-headed dolphin that washed up on a beach in western Turkey. The private Dogan news agency said the remains of conjoined dolphin calf were discovered on a beach in Dikili, near the Aegean city of Izmir last week by a vacationing gym teacher. … Continue reading Dead Two-Headed Dolphin Washes Ashore
This past week has been very intense weather-wise. From the cleanup from Hurricane Arthur to the incoming Typhoon in Japan, next week may be just as interesting. We collected some of the most outstanding images from social media to show the highlights of what has been happening around the globe. Enjoy~ SPAIN: an intense storm dropped over a foot of hail and caused significant damage. … Continue reading Epic Weather Week – Images from across the World
One of the things you always have to remind and ask yourself in business is, “What is your purpose? What is it you’re trying to do?” If you focus on what it is you’re trying to do that will help you avoid the trap of getting caught up in how you’ve done things before. ~ Steve Forbes, Editor-in-chief of Forbes Magazine Pretty much everyone in America has … Continue reading Pedo-lovin liars toss Fuku-kids on the Fire
Posted on April 13, 2014 by Bill Knarr in Dick Clippings, Monday, April 15, 2013 by: PF LouisTags: sea lions, radiation, California Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/039924_sea_lions_radiation_California.html#ixzz365h6VGch (NaturalNews) Dead sea lions washing on shore in California appear to have died from radiation poisoning. An unusual surge of stranded dying and dead sea lions (seals) have littered Southern California beaches from Santa Barbara to San Diego since earlier this year. Most of the area newspapers and media … Continue reading Dead sea lions washing on shore in California appear to have died from radiation poisoning.
Last week I found myself taking an unscheduled trip to Utah for a family emergency, and I am happy to report everyone is now OK. Although I have repeatedly said I would not fly commercial planes with the current research I have been doing on getting Nuked in the Skies (as well as the irradiation embrittlement of airliners which may be occurring due to Fukushima Fallout) … Continue reading My Own Private Utah
dis·sent diˈsent/ verb hold or express opinions that are at variance with those previously, commonly, or officially expressed. Michigan has always been a pretty cool state, besides the fact you can point to where you live on your right hand, a trait which is almost genetically inherent to us. Summer in Michigan is a time to enjoy the scenic wonders of local beaches and swimming … Continue reading Summer of Dissent: 10 ways to Solve all of Michigans Problems
Normally I don’t write movie reviews – in fact, I rarely even watch movies, because these days most of them are basically terrible. But I do have some fond childhood memories of Godzilla, and after all the hype about this potentially epic post-Fukushima film involving taboo subjects like nuclear radiation and mutated monsters – things I deal with on a daily basis – I was really … Continue reading Growing up Godzilla: A Movie Review
Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network. It began innocently enough. In 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco, peace activist John McConnell proposed a day to honor the Earth and the concept … Continue reading The Pseudo-Celebration of Earth Day
Recently it has become rather annoying to try to research almost any topic without repeatedly tripping over the letters E-L-E. From Nibiru to Yellowstone, this term has been getting thrown around a lot, sometimes as irresponsibly as the impending doom scenario being described, which often times hasn’t even happened yet. Generally, I like to stick with the doom that has already occurred, rather than worry … Continue reading Is Fukushima really an ELE?