Isn't this why they put those countdown timers on the crosswalks?
I hear ya. But let me ask you this - are the insurance companies going to pay life insurance claims based on the evidence being used to make this announcement?
I'm not saying they need to find bodies, but appearing to simply rely on this new data analysis just feels wrong. The way I read this was that, based on this new analysis the plane was in the southern corridor and based on that "ping arc" they were not near land. Therefore everyone is dead.
I mean, that is my point. I am not saying the analysis is wrong, just that it felt weird to me that they announced all were lost due to that piece of information. Do you really tell family members that everyone is dead without having found wreckage? That just struck me as, at the very least, poor PR timing and at worst trying to sweep all of this away.
asmkm22 makes a good point, the Malaysian government is probably not used to the pressure of criticism and they just want this over with. Which, if true, makes this deplorable conduct.
Did the Malaysian government just make a statement to the families based on a statistical probability?
Or did they make that statement based on debris found that was positively identified to the aircraft.
That is really the point here - if you destroy a currency the currency is worthless, so why steal it unless you don't care about the value?
Who wouldn't care about the value? Governments. Who also have a vested interest in seeing BT go away.
He is good at what he does, and I can't figure it out either
1. Comes up with believable (albeit conspiratorial) story lines railing against government and big industry, and that you have proof
2. Say your business model is a protection against intrusive government and industry
now that is humor! well done, sir
you get to name a robot
i'm thinking "coral roborts"
or will that make the robot claim to faith-heal the reefs and then create a kickstarter page of its own to raise money for itself?
Watch some Ghostrider vids if you're not convinced.
You, sir, are a terrorist and an awful human being.
Me: "Here's a pen dad, sign the picture for them"
Dad: "Why do they want my signature?"
Me: "You were an astronaut when you were younger, you went to the moon"
Me: "Yes, you went to the moon."
Dad: "We've been to the moon? That is amazing!!!"
Me: "Yes Dad, and *you* have been to the moon"
Dad: "*I've* been to the moon?!?"
Me: "Absolutely, see that picture you are signing? That is you"
Dad: "OK. Why am I signing this?"
Me: "Your were an astronaut when you were younger, you went to the moon"
If they rolled out a way for people to watch films the day they're released on their home theater for $10, it'd be huge.
$35k plus $500 a pop
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in soviet russia the summary repeats the summary
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Ah, one more thing we introduced to Europe: personal hygiene
Naturally crooked teeth are not unhealthy.
It's only unhealthy when your wife's lower bicuspid is lacerating my penis. Hey-oooo!
Obviously Americans are full of their own ideas of what is normal and correct, and we all get to hear about it
Yep. Suck it losers. Go have some tea, spell color wrong, add e's to the end of words that don't need it and think you have not been conquered by McDonald's and Coca-Cola. My advice? Buy bigger pants, you're gonna need 'em after you get done shoving our culture down your throat and washing it down with liquid America.
You guys are so *cute* when you get all proud and stuff!
Well, it's all the brits fault to begin with.
You *had* to have your stupid tea tax didn't you? See how silly that sounds now?
Yeah, now look at you. McDonalds on every corner, getting fat and fundamentalist.
Look at what you have wrought.
I could have been a nice, loyal, queen-loving, crooked-teeth-having, meat-pie eating subject, but noooooo you had to be a tough guy.
Apparently there is no need to prove who you voted for now, since you can't really choose anyway