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20160926 00:49 badanov A mother had 3 virgin daughters. They were all getting married within a short time period. Because Mom was a bit worried about how their sex life would get started,
she made them all promise to send a postcard from the honeymoon with a few words on how marital sex felt.

The first girl sent a card from Hawaii two days after the wedding. The card said nothing but “Nescafe”. Mom was puzzled at first, but then went the kitchen and got out
the Nescafe jar. It said: “Good till the last drop.”

Mom blushed, but was pleased for her daughter.

The second girl sent the card from Vermont a week after the wedding, and the card read:”Benson & Hedges”. Mom now knew to go straight to her husband’s cigarettes, and
she read from the Benson & Hedges pack: “Extra long. King Size”.

She was again slightly embarrassed but still happy for her daughter.

The third girl left for her honeymoon in the Caribbean. Mom waited for a week, nothing. Another week went by and still nothing. Then after a whole month, a card
finally arrived. Written on it with shaky handwriting were the words “British Airways”.

Mom took out her latest Harper’s Bazaar magazine, flipped through the pages
fearing the worst, and finally found the ad for British Airways.

The ad said:

“Three times a day, seven days a week, both ways.”

Mom fainted.
20160925 19:30 Thing From Snowy Mountain When my keyboard gets fixed there will be proper links with equal signs and everything.


20160925 17:43 magpie Huh? Now it (17:38 note) works... Must be my browser -- please ignore last.
20160925 17:38 magpie Moderator question: Hillary graphic, text bleeds over graf, this and 3+ times, corrupt graf def's?:
If Hillary loses, Democrats face a long time in exile @ Posted by: Fred || 09/25/2016 00:00
20160925 14:58 Thing From Snowy Mountain Damn, Ars Technica is obtuse these days. Just got back from skimming the thread on the whole Oculus Shitposting thing.
20160925 13:49 Mullah Richard It's that trip down Cicero Ave. that always bothers me, 3dc. Especially south of the Stevenson.

Suppose there are other ways to get there, but that's the shortest route for me.
20160925 11:12 trailing wife Arabs generally don't booze it up, or consume drugs.

They aren't supposed to booze up. Drugs are not forbidden in the same way, I believe. This CNN report from 2010 gives an idea of the scope of the problem. I suspect, given the mass production of Captagon by ISIS for their own troops and as a key export item to the region, the problem is worse now.
20160924 14:48 Thing From Snowy Mountain Orange is the new yellow. We're going to make Carcosa great again.
20160924 14:42 BrerRabbit setting ookie on new tablet. hi all. go big orange.
20160924 14:19 3dc Skidmark - living in the Chicago area I much prefer Midway over Ohare.
20160924 13:44 badanov Arabs generally don't booze it up, or consume drugs.

They are all natural, all crazy, all the time.
20160924 11:38 Pappy I think someone at the news agency was posting while under the influence.

Don't discount the facile Arab mind. No altering-substance required.

(yes I know the Iranians published it. But the 'source' was likely Arab and the intended audience wasn't the Israelis or the West.)
20160923 21:15 trailing wife Snowy Thing, The Times of Israel had the same report about Aleppo datelined 9/22 at 7:21 pm as "Russain state media claimed..." as reported by the Arabic language version of the Sputnik news agency; the Israeli government did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Apparently the Iranian Fars news agency was also involved.

I think someone at the news agency was posting while under the influence.
20160923 19:02 Thing From Snowy Mountain Currently skimming: https://www.amazon.com/Orientalist-Solving-Mystery-Strange-Dangerous-ebook/dp/B000FCJZ5Y/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1474671385&sr=8-1

20160923 16:12 Shipman I was in my the Federal Reserve is illegal mode.
20160923 12:13 Thing From Snowy Mountain Ship, If you wanted to build a pipeline from Qatar to the Med there are lots of options cheaper than a multi billion dollar war that's going to blow up lots of infrastructure.
20160923 09:57 Shipman Then it was about a threat to the petro-dollar, French and Indian War? Yep, petro-shilling. No coincidence that this battle was fought in the SAME state as the Drake field.
20160922 20:49 Thing From Snowy Mountain I also don't think this was about a natural gas pipeline.
20160922 20:45 Thing From Snowy Mountain Somehow I doubt there's a big Israeli/Turkish/Qatari conspiracy.
20160922 20:43 Thing From Snowy Mountain Ok thanks Bad.

20160922 20:29 badanov I don't expect there will be.
20160922 19:52 badanov Still nothing from Russian language press.
20160922 16:39 Deacon Blues I wonder why it's caled de-planing. Actually the plane de-peoples.
20160922 16:35 badanov Some Thursday afternoon Nothing but Thieves:

20160922 14:11 Skidmark With the plane switching, delays and rerouting I found from my fellow passengers there were no checked luggage issues.
Every item was carefully and accurately transferred. Interestingly enough many found their bags had two(2) open inspection stickies.
20160922 14:05 Skidmark Granted the fleet is aging, maintenance is poor and there is a dumbening of the workforce, but with train derailments, shooters, riots and east coast bombers my 'conspiracy critic' has started whispering, "How many of these events are intercepted Mass Destruction Threats (MDT)."
20160922 14:00 Skidmark Last week my lovely wife was returning thru Chicago when the entire airport was shutdown for 2 hours, due to 'possible lightning from an upcoming storm'. She sent me pictures of a delightfully clear (brown) sky. Not a cloud in sight.
20160922 13:55 Skidmark I flew out of Chicago Sunday.
Nicely boarded and doors closed with book in hand when the crew announced the plane was declared 'unfit by maintenance'.
We were directed to gather all of our belongings and exit the aircraft.
Fellow next to me said "DogGammit(sic), that's the second time that's happened to me, TODAY!"
We deplaned and within 30 mins another was found with which we could fully board into the same seats. Good luck with the luggage, eh?
20160922 13:45 Thing From Snowy Mountain And the possible reliability problems are why I said 'do with the link what you want.'
20160922 13:42 Thing From Snowy Mountain TW: I don't believe the report, I as m just mildly interested in where the propaganda originated, but not really.
20160922 07:32 Pappy I suspect Sputnik got it from Iran, who got it from Hesb'allah. Who got it from who knows where.

But it does sound quite... Arab.
20160922 06:30 badanov The original source is Iranian.
20160922 02:33 trailing wife Al Ahram (Egypt) and An Nahar (Lebanon) also have nothing.

Sputnik Arabic Language sounds like it ought to be Russian propaganda. Is it?
20160922 02:31 trailing wife Ynet and The Times of Israel had nothing like that, Snowy Thing.

I can't imagine Israel trusting any other than the Americans on that list, nor being in the mountains above Aleppo at all, nor directing Arab rebel fighters, though I admit to knowing absolutely nothing about their clandestine operations.
20160921 22:22 badanov Not a peep from Russian press about this, at least not my go to sources.
20160921 22:10 Thing From Snowy Mountain Do with the link what y'all want...
20160921 22:10 Thing From Snowy Mountain @ FR, which quotes FNA, which allegedly quotes Sputnik Arabic Language Edition:


I can't do an equals sign on this thing, that key doesn't work.

"30 Israeli, Foreign Intelligence Officers Killed in Russia's Caliber Missile Attack in Aleppo
Farsi News ^ | 09/21/2016
Posted on 9/21/2016, 6:07:21 PM by MarchonDC09122009

30 Israeli, Foreign Intelligence Officers Killed in Russia's Caliber Missile Attack in Aleppo


Wed Sep 21, 2016 12:12 30 Israeli, Foreign Intelligence Officers Killed in Russia's Caliber Missile Attack in Aleppo

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Russian warships stationed in Syria's coastal waters targeted and destroyed a foreign military operations room, killing over two dozen Israeli and western intelligence officers.

"The Russian warships fired three Caliber missiles at the foreign officers' coordination operations room in Dar Ezza region in the Western part of Aleppo near Sam'an mountain, killing 30 Israeli and western officers," the Arabic-language service of Russia's Sputnik news agency quoted battlefield source in Aleppo as saying on Wednesday.

The operations room was located in the Western part of Aleppo province in the middle of sky-high Sam'an mountain and old caves. The region is deep into a chain of mountains.

Several US, Turkish, Saudi, Qatari and British officers were also killed along with the Israeli officers. The foreign officers who were killed in the Aleppo operations room were directing the terrorists' attacks in Aleppo and Idlib.

Earlier in September, the Syrian army units launched a preemptive strike on the terrorists of the so-called Aleppo Operations Room in their gathering centers near Castello road in the Northern areas of Aleppo and Mallah farms, foiling their plots to attack the region's supply route, a source said....
20160921 21:29 swksvolFF Find the youngest employee and say you are hunting Billy Yanks.
20160921 15:40 Deacon Blues What's odd is I can still buy it as long as I tell them it's for hunting or target shooting, both of which involve firing a projectile. Reenacting does not.
20160921 15:02 trailing wife Time,for y'all to set up a small chemistry lab for the duration, Deacon Blues. I once read something to the effect that the key is to mix the ingredients wet...
20160921 14:16 Deacon Blues Three of my fellow reenact or went to Bass Pro Shop to buy black powder for an up-coming event in Perryville, Kentucky. They have been buying there for years. It has always been the store's policy to ask what the purchase is for but now when the answer was for reenacting they were told Bass Pro Shop no longer sells to reenactors per new BATF guidlines.