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I Always Preferred Bin Laden Barbie

Older lady #1: He's a very nice guy. He looks like a terrorist, but he's so sweet.Older lady #2, laughing: Really? Well, that's good.Older lady #1: Yeah. He's so smart! Really bright, and really good at making you feel comfortable. I was so glad to have him helping us. But he definitely–if you look at […]

Special Correspondents

Special Correspondents isn't just unfunny, it’s also ladened with a tedious plot and characterization, and is further proof that Ricky Gervais will probably never match his early genius.Click To Continue Reading

Companies Finding a Mint in U.S. Scrap (and the U.S. is Skeptical)

Metal scrap shipped to China is so laden with coins a new industry has emerged around them

Party Foul: Swedish Green Member Suspected of Hobnobbing With Islamists

Misfortune continues for Sweden's Green Party, as a junior party member was revealed to have asked well-known Saudi Salafist Salman al-Ouda, dubbed "bin Laden's mentor," to hold a speech in Sweden's third largest city.

Al-Qaeda: 5 Years After the Death of Osama bin Laden

In the aftermath of the successful US Navy SEALs operation to kill Osama bin Laden, Al-Qaeda vowed to continue to attack the US and its allies. Five years later, the terrorist organization is being overshadowed by the extremely brutal Islamic State group. Show More Summary

Sieren- Transients Of Light [Premiere]

Ethereal vibes all abound today with Sieren’s visuals for “Transients of Light,” the latest release from the Cologne based record label. The visuals for the piece are simple and laden with natural beauty, while the track takes us through a journey of tranquilty set to dance rhythm. Sieren’s debut in “Transients Of Light” is not one […]

We Asked A Doc: Does Brushing Your Teeth With Turmeric Really Whiten Them?

4 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

We all want whiter teeth. But many of us are unwilling to use products laden with chemicals in order to achieve a perfect Hollywood smile. Turmeric, best known as one of the bitter and peppery ingredients used to make curry, is gaining quite the reputation as a healthy and natural alternative to carbamide peroxide or […]

Seymour Hersh: Saudis Paid Pakistan to Hold bin Laden To Prevent U.S. Interrogation

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, In the aftermath of the most signifiant geopolitical event of my lifetime, the attacks of September 11,2001, the U.S. government proceeded to concoct a fairytale for public consumption in order to advance imperial ambitions overseas and a implement a domestic surveillance state at home. Show More Summary

The Plot Thickens: Did the Saudis Help Hide Osama Bin Laden?

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh has asserted that the Riyadh government was helping to hide Osama Bin Laden.

Ted Cruz & John Kasich Join Forces To Block Donald Trump From Winning The Republican Nomination

In a plot twist laden with the kind of intrigue folks might expect from an episode of Game of Thrones, Donald Trump’s two biggest foes appear to have finally joined forces in an attempt to block the billionaire candidate from winning the Republican nomination. Show More Summary

5 Ways to Make Retail Therapy Good for You

After a long and frustrating day, nothing feels better than heading to your favorite store. When you emerge an hour later with heavily laden bags and a lighter wallet, you have forgotten all about the argument with your coworker, and you head home feeling much more cheerful. The only problem with...

Weekly Roundup 4.22.16

A few weeks ago it was snow, now it is pollen – laden everywhere. Dogs, cars, outdoor seating, all covered in a fine yellow haze. Or is that me? I have had such a busy week that the result has … Continue reading ?

Seymour Hersh spills the secrets of Bin Laden’s execution: “He was a prisoner of war. It was a hit”

The legendary journalist dishes on Saudia Arabia, Obama and what really went down that fateful night in Abbottobad

Seymour Hersh: Saudi Arabia bribed Pakistanis to hide bin Laden so Americans couldn’t question him

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Award-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh talked in a wide-ranging interview with journalist Ken Klipperstein about the complex relationship between the United States, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, which he reported on extensively in his new book, The Killing of Osama Bin Laden. Among other...

Former Osama bin Laden supporter blames us for being too suspicious

Roger Franklin is astonished but not surprised that Fairfax holds up this woman for…

Exclusive Interview: Seymour Hersh Dishes on Saudi Oil Money Bribes and the Killing of Osama Bin Laden

A wide-ranging interview tied to his new book, "The Killing of Osama Bin Laden." Seymour Hersh is an American investigative journalist who is the recipient of many awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for his article exposing the My Lai massacre by the U.S. Show More Summary

Restaurant Promises to Rescue Female Diners on Bad Tinder Dates

The modern dating scene is full of awful men, and that's just the harmless comedians pulling stupid stunts like only quoting Osama bin Laden lines. Thankfully, women now finally have someone who'll always get their back — all they have to do is schedule all of their dates at a ... More »

Literally Tons of Thoughts And Prayers Are Being Distributed To Earthquake Survivors As We Speak

A wicked-good tearjerker from Louisiana's Daily Crawfish: (IT'S SATIRE!!) NEW ORLEANS, LA -- Aid has officially begun trickling out of the state, as the first aircraft laden with thoughts and prayers departed New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport early this morning headed for earthquake victims in Ecuador. Show More Summary

Tuesday's Blast in Kabul Most Likely Car Bomb - Russian Embassy

Tuesday’s blast in the Afghan capital of Kabul was most likely from a vehicle laden with explosives, the Russian Embassy’s press service in Kabul said.

How Badly Do You Need Drama?

last weekHumor / odd : The Presurfer

Who are the people who seem to sincerely believe that their lives are laden with gigantic problems, no matter how small the problems actually are? Is there some underlying trait to this - something that is driving people to have lives filled with chaos?Do you possess a scientifically verified need for drama? Take the test and find out. I don't need it. The Presurfer

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