While we wait for wacky antagonist Greg Laden to make a decision on whether he’ll chip and and help the relief effort, here are some useful bits of information that help put this storm into the perspective of “worst ever” … Continue reading ?
Pakistan continually draws world attention. The Taliban, Osama bin Laden, Malala Yousafzai, the ban on NATO supplies for nearly six months, armed Pakistanis invading Mumbai, the Sufi songs of Nusrat Fatah Ali Khan, the Burka Avenger, Ms. Show More Summary
This is a pretty simple black and white issue, so I’ll do it with bullet points. Yesterday, Mr. Laden claimed WUWT had sunk to a “new low” for daring to question the wind speeds of Typhoon Haiyan hyped in the … Continue reading ?
DANCE REVIEW: Nexus Project at Mana Fine Arts ??? DANCE REVIEW: Nexus Project at Mana Fine Arts ???... Watching the Nexus Project's debut is like having a front-row seat at a fun, funny, sometimes emotionally laden mixed martial-arts contest. Show More Summary
Washington University fraternity members dressed as SEAL Team 6 and Osama Bin Laden for Halloween this year. (Student Life) Muslim students complained after fellow students dressed as SEAL Team 6 and Osama Bin Laden for Halloween. University officials held an … Continue reading ?
At this year’s Academy Awards, Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty received a handful of nominations, including Best Picture, riding the wave of public support for the SEAL team that took down Osama Bin Laden. I’m not trying to tell anyone...Show More Summary
"In that same meeting, the authors report, Mr. Obama seemed to be thinking about the killing of Osama bin Laden and the United States’ use of drones in the war against Al Qaeda. 'Turns out I’m really good at killing people,' they quote him as saying. 'Didn’t know that was gonna be a strong suit of mine.'" Read more...
Jared Malsin reviews Matt Apuzzo and Adam Goldman’s book Enemies Within: Inside the NYPD's Secret Spying Unit and bin Laden's Final Plot Against America
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So, Richard Dawkins has once again become an unintentional social media star with a sequence of tweets: Bin Laden has won, in airports of the world every day. I had a little jar of honey, now thrown away by rule-bound dundridges. STUPID waste. — Richard Dawkins (@RichardDawkins) November 3, 2013 And when he received some [Read More...]
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If you didn’t spend your Sunday evening on Twitter, perhaps you didn’t realize that Dawkins is once again the star of social media, thanks to this Tweet: Bin Laden has won, in airports of the world every day. I had a little jar of honey, now thrown away by rule-bound dundridges. Show More Summary
Tokyo’s sprawling, concrete laden expanse often seems to go on forever, but when one does finally escape it, the scenery can change quite dramatically. Like this tiny village a few hours drive from the capital. A small group of houses nestled on the slopes of a tree covered mountain. An environment a whole world away […]
I'm aware I should have written this yesterday. But sod it, UsVsTh3m have just released a game called Richard Dawkins: Honey Defender, so maybe it's still current. The Dawk Lord tweeted the following yesterday: Bin Laden has won, in airports of the world every day. I had a little jar of honey, now thrown away [...]
It’s not that often I feel a real bond with Richard Dawkins but no sooner did I read his diatribe about Osama bin Laden having won the global war on… Continue reading The post Richard Dawkins is right: Osama bin Laden has made air travel insufferable appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Because Jesus ran the marathon, check out today's end-of-day links: Julian Assange opened for MIA, offensive Boston marathon victim costume, Osama bin Laden of “excessive” noise, peeing in the wrong bathroom sink, and dogs attack balloons. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]
A Michigan man is demanding that the FBI pay him millions of dollars because he accurately told them where Osama bin Laden was. Grand Rapids, Michigan gem merchant Tom Lee claims he told the FBI where Osama bin Laden was hiding eight years before they found him there. Show More Summary
A Michigan man who says he tipped federal authorities off to Osama bin Laden's Pakistani hideout in 2003, eight years before the raid, wants his $25 million reward. U.S. officials say it's impossible because the compound wasn't constructed until 2005. Read more...