Monday, November 4, 2013

CASE OF THE MONDAYS. Cold November sun shines, but the rain is coming--it's always on the way

MONDAY NOVEMBER 4 2013

Time is fast. We are steamrolling to Christmas. I don't think I'm even near ready..

Meanwhile, all this is happening:

The partial eclipse this weekend may have been a normal, but rare, celestial event. Or was it a sign? Some obviously will say it is..

Maybe this is a sign: A Dutch lake has turned blood red..

Volcano in Indonesia erupts..

How Uncle Sam watches you: What happens to an email when you hit the send button?

Maybe hell is not a place on earth, but a planet all to itself!? Kepler found an earth-sized planet that should 'not be'.. it has a surface temp that exceeds 1000 Celsius--this is above the temperature where rock melts. But at the same time, it is made of the same rock and iron that earth is composed of..

Another 5.0 quake near Fukushima..
The United States Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz visited Fukushima and released a statement on Energy.gov regarding the trip.. Among the things that Moniz said, 'shocked' and 'stunned' were words used.. And things seems to be getting worse.. While American media conglomerates rarely expose any details that show how daunting the replacement of fuel rods may be in a land that constantly gets swarmed with quakes may be, it is still occurring. International media sources are the only places to turn to find true accounts of how dire of a situation Fukushima is ..

Reports: Law enforcement leaks to the press, say that Paul Ciancia 'acted alone' and was dropped off by a friend at LAX.. This is interesting, especially when we were just told by official accounts that Ciancia has yet to speak and was shot in the mouth--something that reminded me of the Tsarvaev being shot in the throat yet admitting (before being read rights) that he was the Boston bomber..

Powerful windstorm rocks Seattle..

Nebraska electric utilities will be monitoring upcoming Grid-Ex II

No one should be ok with this: Nearly 1 million chickens and turkeys are unintentionally boiled alive each year in U.S. slaughterhouses, often because fast-moving lines fail to kill the birds before they are dropped into scalding water, Agriculture Department records show

Watch your ingredients: Aspartame changes it name to Aminosweet

Peace prize winner..? DOUBLE DOWN, the new book about the 2012 election, reveals this tidbit about President Obama: He told aides that is he getting 'really good at killing people' when it comes to drone strikes.. And I guess he's right. I wonder if he told Malala how great his skills are? Here is the article from the WASHINGTON POST that details this and other things from DOUBLE DOWN

When governments go after witches..

NIGHTMARE FACTORY shines light on horror movie icons..

All thumbs: Why is Megan Fox even in a CALL OF DUTY ad anyway?

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