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  • ForeignPolicy.com: “…the claim repeatedly made by President Obama and his senior aides — that targeted [drone] killings are limited only to officials, members, and affiliates of al Qaeda who pose an imminent threat of attack on the U.S. homeland — is false.”
  • Night photographer Troy Paiva: “You can’t do this kind of photography if you spook easily, because yes, these places can be creepy in daylight. At night the creep factor really spikes. But a lot of those spooky feelings are bred into us — from a very early age we’re taught to be scared of abandoned places. That they are inhabited by ghosts and demons, that no good can come of visiting them. It’s been a common literary trope for 100 generations, so long that it’s practically stamped on us genetically. I’ve never seen a ghost, and I’ve spent nights in dozens of supposedly haunted places. I’ve experienced a lot of things that people could interpret as ghosts, but were easily explained away as wind under the eaves, or animals in the walls. And even if there really were ghosts, what can they do to me?”
  • When it comes to eating locally, Oregonians are full of shit

 

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Official portrait of United States Senator (R-KY).

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Barack Obama

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Professional Assassin, Barack Obama

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What is wrong with America’s bigoted NIMBY monsters? Why do they always stand in the way of progress?

Meanwhile, MSNBC has become a neocon network.

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English: Flag of the resistance in Waziristan ...

English: Flag of the resistance in Waziristan in the 1930s Note: not the flag of Waziristan, nor of the Islamic Emirate of Waziristan nor further still of any current resistance movement in Waziristan. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

And, via Ruth Waytz:

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