Saturday, January 21, 2012
Breaking news about London Olympics 2012 Conspiracy Exposed
Before 9 / 11 and 7 / 7 there were clues in card games, comics, film and TV programs, of the events that would later take place.
Similarly, the BBC has broadcasted a series imagining a nuclear explosion at the London Olympics.
The series includes several clues that suggest that the 'illuminati' are behind the making of the series and that therefore the events that the series imagines, are being planned to take place in the real world.
Not long ago, Apple boasted that its products were made in
. Today, few are. Almost all of the 70 million iPhones, 30 million iPads and 59 million other products Apple sold last year were manufactured overseas. America
Why can’t that work come home? Mr. Obama asked.
Mr. Jobs’s reply was unambiguous. “Those jobs aren’t coming back,” he said, according to another dinner guest.
First Polls across
opened for the 2012 South Carolina
At 7 a.m. Saturday Polls across
opened for the 2012 'First in the South' Republican Presidential Primary. South Carolina
An overcast primary day has seen rain sweep across the state and a tornado warning has been issued for parts of the
Midlands until 8 p.m., an hour after the polls close. It remains to be seen what impact the weather may have on voter turnout.
Despite of the $58 million “Red Tails” hard sell with an all-black cast
George Lucas spent $58 million of his own money to produce “Red Tails,” an action movie about the Tuskegee Airmen, the first all-African American aerial combat unit that paved the way for the integration of the
armed services. It was a risky venture by U.S. Hollywood standards, and one that director Anthony Hemingway said carried enormous responsibility.
Heidi Klum and Seal divorce breaking news
Heidi Klum and Seal plan to file for divorce in Los Angeles Superior Court this coming week
There has been no comment from their reps. Klum's father, Günther Klum, when reached on his cellphone by the German publication Bunte, sounded surprised by the news and replied, "I don't know anything about it, call me again tomorrow."
Electric Motorcycles On Faster Than Electric Cars at 2012
Electric motorcycles powered by lithium batteries are beginning to look like contenders in a bike market that is increasingly concerned about fuel efficiency, emissions and noise.
Electrics may attract customers who like the idea of two-wheel transport but are put off by the mechanical complexity of traditional motorcycles and the perceived difficulty in riding them. They may also have particular appeal to urban riders and commuters who can operate more easily within the bikes’ limited range.
Pricing for 2013 GT-R U.S.
To figure out why they are still around, and which is best, Cars.com's PickupTrucks.com website and
TODAY tested seven models for the Midsize Pickup Truck Shootout. USA
The smallest pickups really have grown into midsize machines, though sometimes they still are called compacts.
Seven trucks were tested, quite a few for a segment so small — and a reason it's hard to make money selling midsize pickups, having to split a modest market so many ways.
Watch online: Fox News hosts defended CNN's John King on Friday
Fox News hosts defended CNN's John King on Friday for asking GOP candidate Newt Gingrich about the bombshell interview his ex-wife gave ABC before Thursday's Republican primary debate.
King started the debate by asking Gingrich if he would like to discuss the allegations his ex-wife made during the interview. Gingrich said he did not and blasted ABC for airing the interview days before the
primary. He also lashed out at CNN and John King for using what he called "trash" to open a presidential debate. King received a considerable amount of backlash from the debate audience. South Carolina
Waiting for Greek Deal Euro Ends Lower As Investors
Greece and its private investors appeared close to a deal to write down 50% of the face value of the country's debt by swapping existing bonds for new bonds with longer maturities and lower interest rates.
An agreement could send the euro higher, but traders were in a holding pattern until both sides reached a deal.
The Euro retreated from a two-week high against the dollar on Friday as investors took profits on a short-covering rally, but cautious hopes Greece may be nearing a deal to avoid a chaotic default may offer support.
The single currency was last down 0.4 percent at $1.2910, falling from a peak of $1.2986 hit in early
trade when it stopped just shy of the key $1.30 level. It remained well above last week's 17-month low of $1.2624. London
Friday, January 20, 2012
Hackers Revenge against
government because of Megaupload shut down US
Hackers have targeted
government and other copyright organisations after the file-sharing website Mega Upload was shut down. US
The DoJ announced on Thursday that it had taken action to force Megaupload and related domain names offline, and had charged the firm’s co-founders and others with violating piracy laws.
Death punishment In Iran for Uploading Software
Saeed Malekpour the programmer, who was arrested by Iranian police when he entered the country to visit his terminally ill father, was sentenced to death in December 2010
The death sentence has now been re-instated amid protests by his supporters and international human rights watchdog Amnesty International, which said that
must not execute the web programmer, who was sentenced after one of his web programs was used to post pornographic images without his knowledge. Iran