Wednesday, April 7, 2010

pics from the Crisis in Kyrgyzstan

amazing pics for sure, a must see. you can say SHHTF in Kyrgyzstan

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“Oh, yeah. Oooh, ahhh, that's how it always starts. Then later there's running and screaming.” ...

Asteroid Will Fly Close by Earth Thursday

A newly discovered asteroid will zip close by Earth Thursday, but poses no threat of crashing into our planet even though it is passing within the orbit of the moon.

The asteroid, called 2010 GA6, is a relatively small space rock about 71 feet (22 meters) wide and was discovered by astronomers with the Catalina Sky Survey in Tucson, Az. The space rock will fly within the orbit of the moon when it passes Earth Thursday at 7:06 p.m. EDT (2306 GMT), but NASA astronomers said not to worry...the planet is safe.

kinda scary if you ask me they just now found it, little "zippers" like that could cause some major damage if they were to hit earth. That being said what about that big ass one thats suppose to "not hit earth/might hit earth" in like 2020 or sometime around that time.

Mexico: 12 found dead in Pacific coast state

The bodies of 12 murder victims, eight of them partially burned, were found in a Pacific coast state, authorities said Wednesday.

The Nayarit state Attorney General's Office said the corpses were discovered in fields outside the town of Xalisco late Tuesday.

man mexico is a fucking shit hole.

Police also found at least 10 abandoned cars with weapons inside

Drug violence has claimed more than 18,000 lives across Mexico since December 2006 when President Felipe Calderon launched a crackdown on organized crime.


Recycling- my old shoes become new toys for my dogs

The Iraqi Air Force Flies Again

Thai PM declares state of emergency in Bangkok

BANGKOK – Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva declared a state of emergency in Bangkok on Wednesday, handing the army broad powers to restore order after anti-government protesters broke into Parliament, forcing some lawmakers to flee by helicopter.

Other lawmakers scaled the compound's walls to escape the most chaotic protest in several weeks of demonstrations by a group demanding Abhisit dissolve the government and call elections within 15 days. He has offered to do so by the end of the year.

"The government has tried its best to enforce the law, but violations of the law have increased," Abhisit said in a televised statement that interrupted regular programming. "Our main goal is to bring the country back to normal and make our law sacred once again." He did not spell out how the emergency decree will be applied.

The government already had placed Bangkok under the strict Internal Security Act.

But a state of emergency includes more sweeping powers. It gives the military authority to restore order and allows the government to impose curfews, ban public gatherings of more than five people, censor and ban media from disseminating news that "causes panic." It also allows security officials to detain suspects without charge for up to 30 days.

The so-called Red Shirt protesters, who contend Abhisit came to power illegitimately, have been camped in Bangkok since March 12 and have ignored all other decrees for them to stop their demonstrations.

pics from thailand


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