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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Missing Links: You're Probably Wondering Why I'm Here

The Mothers of Invention
You're Probably Wondering Why I'm Here

Just as much as you wonder
If I mean just what I say
That's just how much I question
The social games you play

You're probably wondering
Why I'm here...
And so am I

Palestinian Prime Minister Salaam Fayad told a UN-sponsored interfaith conference that Jerusalem is only holy to two religions. “Jerusalem is home to the third most holy place to Islam, the place where Muhammad rose to the heavens, and the place where Jesus, the Christian, was resurrected,” Fayad said. He made no mention of the Jewish connection or that the Temple Mount Judaism’s holiest site.

Hamas fires long-range rockets at Israel

GERMAN MP: Israel must stop issuing military threats against Iran
Is that right?

Top Iranian "cleric": DEATH TO ARROGANT AMERICA!

President Bush Fellates Saudi King Abdullah

The 37th Session of the OIC Permanent Finance Committee

Talks yield no new sanctions against Iran’s nuclear program

Russian minister says Moscow against new Iran sanctions

IAEA wants to give nuke aid to SYRIA

IRAN: OPEC Is `Very Likely' to Recommend Cut

Obama to 'rethink US policy on Afghanistan'

Rice praises Obama

Lenin statue blown up near Moscow

Belarus Silent on Reported Missile Talks With Russia

France urges Russia and US to end missile feud

EU, Russia Agree on New Partnership Talks and Financial Policy

EU-Russia Summit Hints At Geopolitical Rapprochement

Lithuania's President calls on the EU to demonstrate more solidarity

US advises EU to tread carefully with Russia

Baku energy summit mulls gas pipeline routes


This “Nabucco Project” pipeline would bypass Russia—and cut deeply into its natural gas business
By February 20, 2009, the world will be rocked as Russian special forces, wearing Gazprom (OTC:OGZPY) security uniforms, will invade Ukraine to protect the natural gas pipeline into Europe. Russian stocks will plummet as skittish investors flee Moscow for good. But three companies stand to make a mint.
NABUCCO project depends on Turkmenistan

OMV (Austria) in talks with Shell, BP on Nabucco gas

Gazprom talks to Serbia behind closed doors

Zapatero to tout Spain's banking regulation at World Economic Crisis Summit

Spain not originally invited, but France gives seat

Greeting Card Company Unveils 'Atheist Christmas Cards'
Oh please, get yer own damn holiday ya sour MFers- how 'bout Festivus? Suits yez.

A storm of international protest is building over a Chinese ruling that a Muslim Uighur woman who is six months pregnant must have an abortion or lose her home

SIX MONTHS pregnant!

Diocese repudiates Catholic priest who said Obama supporters should not seek communion

Ex-Hitler youth issues dire warning to America

The inside story of a banking behemoth
Goldman Sachs has groomed politicians, more than one treasury secretary, and more than a few millionaires. But the history of the 139-year-old Wall Street giant has long been shrouded by "a near fetish for no publicity".

~ SNIP ~

He said: “We as a world society need a new financial system. “The problem is that we need an international system and there are only national governments."
Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Soros backs GWB

A "leading US expert" has said India could benefit from this economic meltdown

GM may need $30 billion in aid

Chevron to invest US$1 bln in Indonesia next year

5.23 - 68.3 miles ESE of Adak


Worlds most ancient temple unearthed on Turkish Syrian border
It's more than twice as old as the Pyramids, or even the written word. When it was built, saber-toothed tigers and woolly mammoths still roamed, and the Ice Age had just ended. The elaborate temple at Gobelki Tepe in southeastern Turkey, near the Syrian border, is staggeringly ancient: 11,500 years old, from a time just before humans learned to farm grains and domesticate animals.

According to the German archaeologist in charge of excavations at the site, it might be the birthplace of agriculture, of organized religion — of civilization itself. "This is the first human-built holy place," Klaus Schmidt of the German Archaeological Institute says in the November issue of Smithsonian magazine.

Now I'm Here

Now I'm here.....
Think I'll stay around

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