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News Briefs 21-10-2015

Welcome back to the future

  1. Asteroid Unknown Knowns, Back to the Future
    This will be the largest asteroid to nearly hit Earth until 2027. No, wait, it’s the largest asteroid that we know about that could nearly hit. Oops.

    Looks like the Cubbies are going to need a real miracle to get to the baseball World Series this year (per Back to the Future II). Then again, the team they were supposed to beat (Miami), which didn’t exist when the movie came out, has already won two World Series titles. Gotta give them some credit for that!

  2. drones
    I think that the drone may active certain animals’ prey drive. They see it as food and something to attack. The buzzing noise is not equatable with the “human noise” they are used to. It’s a loud, frankly annoying, buzzing noise that may act on a frequency they don’t like.

  3. Witches
    Stop lumping all Christians together like this. Calling us “US Christians” like only we have a problem and “because America”. You sound like a YouTube commenter. I and many of my friend fit into this category and we have nothing against Wicca nor any other religion. We are also smart enough not to fall into superstitious BS like this. Don’t put us in the same group as the idiots because people from other countries (let’s be honest here and just say England) think all “US” Christians are that ridiculous. Stop it.

    -Shane Idleman is one of those idiots, I don’t care he is a pastor.

    -Dark arts can mean Satanism, and anyone with a brain and five minutes on the computer could see the two religions are not the same thing (but I call BS on that one, sounds like a whiny brat didn’t get his way and took it out on some poor kid).

    – Santa Muerte sounds more like something to honor the dead like with Day of the Dead.

    Why do I get the feeling this article was made to bash Christians?

  4. bah humbug
    I have to point out that the five Crowley stories that supposedly have never been published before have not only been published, but are all available online. In fact, one of them, “Ambrosii Magi Hortus Rosarum,” was important in one of Crowley’s court cases, since it contains some smutty acrostics. There’s nothing wrong with publishing short stories, but let’s have some truth in advertising!

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