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NORTH KOREA VESSEL STUCK OFF VERACRUZ- HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS!

Suspicious North Korean freighter Mu Do Bong ran aground, Gulf of Mexico

Posted on July 16, 2014, 2:02 am

North Korean general cargo vessel Mu Du Bong grounded off Mexican port of Tuxpan, Gulf of Mexico, on July 14, reported Reuters. 317 more words

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EXCLUSIVE: FUKUSHIMA RADIATION ALREADY KILLING AMERICANS AND HOW OTHERS ARE FIGHTING BACK

  • Majority of Hawaii patients already testing 100% positive for Cesium 137

  • Ohio Man tests positive for Cesium and Plutonium poisoning

  • Doctors reporting promising results with Natural Supplement to Mitigate Fukushima Effects…

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God Bless You (Part 3 of 3)

“All right, troops,” the corporal cleared his throat. For a moment he choked on ash and acidic smoke. The turtles were unorganized, bumping blindly into each other. 552 more words

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Voila: World War Three

Source: Kunstler.com, by Howard J. Kunstler

Whoever really runs things these days for the semi-mummified royal administration down in Saudi Arabia must be leaving skid-marks in his small-clothes thinking about Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his ISIS army of psychopathic killers sweeping hither and thither through what is again being quaintly called “the Levant.” 315 more words

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Favorite Quotes from the Ninth Doctor's era

Christopher Eccleston’s Doctor only appeared for one season, and while some of the special effects and story lines during his tenure were not the best, (though every season has it’s hits and misses) the 9th Doctor was a fascinating character and I believe a the ninth doctor was the perfect way to introduce the show to a new generation. 1,495 more words

God Bless You (Part 2 of 3)

A quarter of an hour later, water suddenly sprayed into the air. ‘Oh, good, the whales are here!’ The tanks with stuffy noses continued sneezing and the corporal raised his own nose and cocked it with a sniff. 417 more words

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God Bless You (Part 1 of 3)

This is an old short fiction story of mine. It’s World War Three and the enemy is attacking the North Carolina coastline. A soldier has a psychotic break in the middle of battle. 539 more words

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