Well, this should be the final nail in the coffin of Avenatti’s presidential ambitions. How could he ever win without this great woman standing behind him?
This seems a little weird to me. I’ve never done it in a car, and if I did, it would have only been because it was the only place available (which was in fact the case for many teenagers in the mid-20th century). I also don’t get the “in a body of water” thing.
Five years later, the clue that all the investigators overlooked.
[Update a while later]
I just RTHT:
“The essential trail is the Inmarsat data,” Wattrelos said. “Either they are wrong [in their analysis] or they have been hacked.”
If the latter is the case, the ramifications are scary. Whoever took MH370 was determined, aggressive, and far more sophisticated than investigators have been willing to contemplate. They have also succeeded in fooling officials, the public, and most of the press for half a decade. That’s an uncomfortable prospect, and one that many people would prefer to ignore. But if it’s true—or even possibly true—then it’s something that needs to be dealt with expeditiously. Because that could mean whoever took MH370 is still out there…and nothing whatsoever has been done to stop them.
It is disturbing.
Remember the sister kittens we adopted just before Christmas?
Well, we took them in for their third vaccination yesterday, and (SURPRISE), it turns out that Ember (the one on the right) is not a sister, but a brother. The other couple who adopted the other two of the litter discovered that they had one of each, which meant that we did as well, and upon inspection, yup, things are sprouting down there that were less obvious when they were six weeks old.
So we’ve been misgendering him for several weeks; hopefully it won’t give him a life-long complex.
We’ve decided not to rename him; it’s not clear that combustion byproducts of wood have a gender (though they probably do in German), but now we’ve got to get used to saying “him” instead of “her,” and “he” instead of “she.” Fortunately it’s not a long-held habit. We’re looking at him with new eyes now. It’s funny, because he’s the smallest (he was probably the runt), but he’s fearless, and loves to attack his big sister.
Here’s a yucky sewer story, but it doesn’t answer the first question that came to mind as I was reading it: What do these bacteria excrete?
Next up: An Argentinian tapas place called “Che’s,” and an Austrian restaurant named “Der Fuhrer.”
May cure depression in women. I’m willing to offer my services.
I’ve seen previous research that pregnant women who continue to be inseminated by the father of their fetus have less morning sickness. That might make evolutionary sense.
The cosmonaut who did the inspection of the ISS says that the hole was drilled from the inside. Maybe someone just wanted some fresh vacuum.
Progressive organizations really held mass demonstrations last night in defense of… Jeff Sessions. That really happened
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) November 9, 2018
I know that posting has been light/non-existent. Between dealing with the house, and all the travel (I’ve been in DC most of the week, going back home tonight), I’m suffering from a little blog burnout. But things will probably be back to normal on Monday, probably until Thanksgiving, after which I’m off to Luxembourg and other European destinations.
This is such a weird story.
Why would one have to “remember” to “flip a switch” to provide cabin pressure? Why didn’t the crew “flip the switch” when they realized what was happening to the passengers?