And there it is... another reference to the glory days. Careful with all that gunpowder. It could explode in your face.
What I want to know is how the #$%$ pudtard got his purported degree in biology or environmental science (or whatever it is I forget) without taking any basic course in physics? He is FOS.
Unlike you, I post with one ID. So will you ever show your face at the new SPY board, or is the thought of only having one ID to post with too terrifying for you?
Will you cover your SPY short when it hits 220? 250? 300? Or will you simply continue to spew conspiracies theories and copious references to the good old days circa 2000 and 2008?.
I find it even more amazing that the other half of America is willing to hold their nose shut and vote for her despite all these misgivings. No way I could ever vote for either of them.
I heard it up here in Canada one Sunday evening. Alien sounding without a doubt. Spooked the hellloutta me.
@All over the globe, people are recording extremely loud sounds coming from the sky. In many instances, these ominous noises sound like someone is blowing a trumpet. So what are we supposed to make of these “apocalyptic” sounds? Should we be concerned? Well, what we do know is that this is truly a global phenomenon. In addition to being heard at locations all over the United States and Canada, these sounds have also been recorded in Germany, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, England, Costa Rica, Ukraine and France. If you go to YouTube and type in “strange sounds”, you will literally get hundreds of results from all over the planet. Of course there are many scientists that insist that there must be a “rational explanation” for these strange sounds. Some theories have suggested fracking, “rock bursts”, venting of high-pressure gas, atmospheric pressure or the natural “background noise” of our planet as the causes of these sounds, but so far none of those theories have been proven. But two things seem certain – these noises sure are creepy, and they just keep on happening.