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News Briefs 09-08-2017

Good luck!

Thanks Chris and Jason M.

Quote of the Day:

[After the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima] there was a very considerable elation and excitement [in the U.S.], and there were parties and people got drunk. It would make a tremendously interesting contrast as what was going on at Los Alamos at the same time as people were dying and struggling at Hiroshima.

Richard Feynman

News Briefs 08-08-2017

Things that keep me awake at night: Is 8th of August celebrated by white supremacists like 20th of April is by stoners?

Thanks @djp1974.

Quote of the Day:

Evil tends to triumph over good because nasty people are more assertive than nice ones; that's our essential design flaw.

Robyn Hitchcock

News Briefs 07-08-2017

The times, they are a changin'...

Thanks @djp1974.

Quote of the Day:

Imagine the outcry if bombs were falling on Florence or Venice; [but] because this is Sanaa in forgotten Yemen, nobody cares a damn.

Peter Oborn

News Briefs 04-08-2017

“Poetry teaches the enormous force of a few words, and, in proportion to the inspiration, checks loquacity.”

Quote of the Day:

“The man who renounces himself, comes to himself.”

R.W. Emerson

News Briefs 03-08-2017

Farewell, señor Marrs. Keep on searching for answers!

Quote of the Day:

"Your mind is like a parachute. It works best open."

˜Jim Marrs (1943-2017)

News Briefs 02-08-2017

We've got all your elongation curiosity covered in today's news. Well, most of it...

Quote of the Day:

Before you speak, let your words pass through three gates: At the first gate, ask yourself “Is is true?” At the second gate ask, “Is it necessary?” At the third gate ask, “Is it kind?


News Briefs 01-08-2017

Meatspace children are terrifying...

Quote of the Day:

To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

News Briefs 31-07-2017

What have I become?

Quote of the Day:

There is no shorter way of disposing of any thing
than to deny or disbelieve it.

Edward Topham