Following the unexplained deaths of several thousand birds over the last two weeks, events are now emerging that may offer a physics-based explanation for the mysterious deaths. It all begins on a runway in Tampa, where airport officials recently closed…
Archives for January 2011
Tyrone (Ty) Jackson – A suburban computer professional who moonlights as a conspiracy detective… Tom Elliot – A vice president of one of the largest corporations in the world, has no identity problem… Leroy (Jinxs) Jenkins – Jinxs has spent six years in the military only to realize that after his discharge he is nobody.
The story of the slaves in America begins with Christopher Columbus. His voyage to America was not financed by Queen Isabella, but by Luis de Santangelo, who advanced the sum of 17,000 ducats (about 5,000 pounds-today equal to 50,000 pounds) to finance the voyage, which began on August 3, 1492.
Church is nothing if not a sanctuary, right? Church leaders promise to be the most trustworthy figures outside of family. Obviously, recent and not so recent allegations in the Catholic Church has been bringing that premise into question…
We can do better for our fellow Africans than to condemn them publicly as sexual lepers, isolating them from their communities, and putting them on hard and harsh drug therapies that are registered against a pre-supposed death. We must first address their food, water and infrastructure needs. We must build a sewage reclamation and water supply system for every town and village where we are concerned about AIDS, long before we worry about drugging and circumcising.
Well, it’s like a kind of magic. Scientists have a special kind of wisdom, I suppose. Clearly, what the CDC says, at least on one topic, is incorrect. You can tell who’s going to be HIV positive – just by looking at them.
“Warning: This test will not tell you if you’re infected with a virus. It may confirm that you are pregnant or have used drugs or alcohol, or that you’ve been vaccinated; that you have a cold, liver disease, arthritis, or are stressed, poor, hungry or tired. Or that you’re African. It will not tell you if you’re going to live or die; in fact, we really don’t know what testing positive, or negative, means at all.”
The summer of 2010 was very important in the NBA. Players have been switching teams, a new collective bargaining agreement is being debated, and there will be a massive international competition starting in a couple weeks among other little — but still vital — happenings around the league. But perhaps the most peculiar of all the little things is the embrace of Judaism taking place among the NBA’s elite.