Of Virginia and a former Federal Aviation Administration security chief. You don’t know. How do you measure performance?”The TSA was set up after Sept. There’s another bank in which we all have a major stake (41% in this case) and which owes its existence to support from all of us. Lloyds has announced its results this morning. It too has made big losses and its share price sits well below what we taxpayers paid for our stake..
When 1 billion people are without access to clean water, the ability to easily pasteurize (heat to the point at which microbes die) is crucial [source: SCI]. Two million people die every year from bacterial illnesses that could have been prevented by pasteurizing drinking water [source: SCI]. Heating meat, as well as vegetables grown with contaminated water, is also important for health.
TIL that Nikola Tesla predicted the modern cell phone in 1926: “We shall be able to communicate with one another instantly, irrespective of distance. The black plague would be one of many factors creating a downward pressure on average IQ. Other factors being the hundred years war and serfdom.
(CBC)Which airports and carriers are affected? International flights from these 10 airports will be affected:Queen Alia International airport in Amman, Jordan. Cairo International airport in Egypt. Ataturk airport in Istanbul. 1. IF IT NOT CREEPY, DON POST IT. Insufficiently creepy submissions will be removed at moderators discretion.
Direct your nose to study Roman military tactics. Many FRONT LINE roman soldiers were gay and they would NOT let their partner be killed. Hmm. Paul Greengrass, far right, during his time on ‘World in Action’In 1985, shooting a documentary about the Live Aid concerts, Greengrass encountered the makers of an official film commissioned by Bob Geldof. One was Tara Prem, a seasoned hand in TV drama. Greengrass takes pains to credit the key figures in his career: Prem is one, another is Ray Fitzwalter, who edited World in Action for 17 years.
Yeah, the thing with him wasn him being a villain as a character, he was meant to be thought of like a natural disaster. Something that came out of nowhere just tearing through everything and taking out heroes left and right. Like a tornado but on a comic book level.
On the heels of an exchange that was at times honest, at times combative, at times odd, but fascinating throughout, on Monday evening Ben Smith joined Morgan Live with impressions from his own interview with Anthony Weiner. If he was going to drop out, he probably would have dropped out already. His best bet of getting in there is a series of debates that start tomorrow.