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  1. 'Drunk Sun Express plane passenger strips off and asks stewardess for sex' forcing flight to make emergency landing



    A drunk man allegedly stripped off on an aeroplane and asked a stewardess for sex - forcing the plane to make an emergency landing. .


    The Turkey-bound Sun Express flight is reported to have been diverted after the reported incident on Saturday.


    It is claimed the Irishman boarded the flight from Dublin to Izmir with a large group of friends, reports AirLive.net.


    But as the plane took off is alleged the man began stripping off, before taking off his underwear and starting to wave his penis around.



  2. If the Earth is not spinning, then the passage of the sun (and the moon) across the sky, and the progression of alternating daytime and nighttime, would mean that the sun rotates around the Earth. The Earth would have to be the center of the Solar System. And - the orbits of the other planets of the Solar System could not be explained in any fashion.


    The key failing of the video is that it did not differentiate between velocity, and accelleration. Within an environment where all masses are moving at a uniform constant velocity, therte is no sensation of movement. Our bodies - and all other masses - can only sense acceleration or decelleration.




  3. NEWS Flight attendant reportedly made almost $1 Million having sex with passengers



    An air hostess reportedly earned around £650,000 over a two year period by having sex with plane passengers in the toilet.

    The scale of the woman's 'business' only came to light when she was caught in the lavatory recently, and she was subsequently sacked.


    It is reported that she was working for an airline in the Middle East.


    A source speaking to the Saudi Arabic language daily Sada said: 'She admitted that she had sex with many other passengers during flight and that she preferred long distance flights between the Gulf and the United States.'

    Airline sources believe the woman charged £1,500 (Dh7,400) for the mile high liaison, an amount she earned on every flight.


    The airline has not been named specifically, but Sada has reported that the flight attendant was immediately sacked.





    On the bright side, at least she didn't get stoned to death.



  4. All I see is a bunch of fighting age males. In my eyes, that automatically puts them in one of two groups:


    1. ISIS fighters infiltrating Europe to cause mayhem, death, and destruction.

    2. Useless fucking cowards who didn't have the balls to defend their own homes and soil.


    Either way, they are useless, and should be expelled.



  5. http://www.dailymail...am-Airshow.html


    The Hunter Hawker fighter jet - piloted by Andy Hill, who flies for British Airways - smashed into his BMW 3 Series Coupe in a ball of flames.

    He was aiming for his own car? And killed 11 people in the process?



    Where did you get that idea? That was not in the article. It said


    As the aircraft came to the bottom of its loop, Mr Hill pitched the nose of the aircraft up in a desperate attempt to gain altitude, but the jet continued downwards.




    The plane was coming out of a loop-the-loop, it was fairly low,' he said.

    'It just didn't seem to have enough speed to come out of the loop, instead of powering out it dropped too fast and hit the ground.


    Did you maybe misread this line as having referred to Andy Hill's own car? :


    Relatives of personal trainer Matt Jones, 24, from Littlehampton revealed that he was on his way home from work with a friend on the A27 at the time.

    The Hunter Hawker fighter jet - piloted by Andy Hill, who flies for British Airways - smashed into his BMW 3 Series Coupe in a ball of flames.

  6. The just have typhoons and hurricanes - and the PRC building islands a stone's throw from their beaches.


    Flash - you forgot volcanoes. And - it is the only place I've been where there are more guns at street level than in the USA. In Thailand, every building security guard is constantly blowing a whistle. In Manila, every building security guard regularly discharges a few "warning shots".


    I love the ladies there. But - economic powerhouse?? I think not.




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  7. I walked past the location on 11 August - it still has a corrugated barrier fence up, completely concealing the work in progress. I think I heard that it will open mid-September. The Drunken Leprechaun is open - occupying the same type of space on the opposite side of the entrance-way into the hotel.




  8. There are two great websites that rational people need to visit, to fortify themselves against the global warming lunatics:


    http://www.numberwatch.co.uk/warmlist.htm Captures articles that attribute all sorts of bizarre and contradictory effects to

    "global warming"


    https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/polar-meltdown/ To appreciate this one, you have to scroll way down the page - to see all the clippings of articles going back 300 years, all describing how the Arctic is melting away, and about to disappear.




  9. Mekong -


    You seem to have professional qualifications in the general topic area. Do you have any thoughts about whether "Bangkok is sinking", and about whether "rising sea levels" are a threat to Bangkok over the next 15-35 years?


    I have zero faith in the main steam press, but I will listen to someone who actually gets their hands dirty in the "real deal" work at hand.



  10. I have to say that I am highly skeptical about two claims: that ocean levels are rising, and that Bangkok is sinking. For more than ten years, I have passed over the Sukhumvit Road bridge that spans the Prakhanong canal almost every day. There are homes built on a finger of land that extends toward the bridge on the south side of the road. That finger has a retaining wall - maybe 70 cm high. I have seen no change whatsoever to water levels - even when nearby Soi 50 was flooding slightly, during high tides back when the big flood was in progress up north of Bangkok.


    What is true is that in many places throughout Bangkok, what were once canals and swamps were filled in with rubble, and garbage, and wood, and then paved over and built upon - either roads, or housing developments - and the crap underneath has compressed and compacted - and this "settling" has damaged a lot of roads and low buildings. But - all the high-rises seems to be built on foundations that have been placed atop pilings, that presumably go down to bedrock. They were sinking pilings at what are now Terminal 21, Interchange Tower, and Em Quartier for YEARS, before they ever started above ground construction.


    I think all the talk about Bangkok being under water in 15 years - or even 50 years - is rubbish.


    One man's opinion.



    SS .

  11. For a good laugh, go to https://stevengoddar...polar-meltdown/ and scroll down the page - to see dozens of press clippings going back to the early 1800's, reporting - in almost every decade for the past 200 years - the ongoing and urgent catastrophe of current "unprecedented" warming of the Arctic.




  12. America on its death bed: http://www.theonion.com/article/experts-say-best-option-now-keeping-nation-comfort-50617


    WASHINGTON—Saying there were no other options remaining and that continued intervention would only prolong the nation’s suffering, experts concluded Tuesday that the best course of action is to keep the United States as comfortable as possible until the end.


    According to those familiar with its condition, the country’s long, painful decline over the past several decades has made it clear that the most compassionate choice at this juncture is to do whatever is possible to ensure America is at ease during its last moments.


    “We need to accept the fact that the U.S. doesn’t have long—simply helping it pass that time in comfort is the humane thing to do,†said economist Danielle Martin, speaking on behalf of a large group of experts ranging from sociologists and historians to lawmakers and environmentalists, all of whom confirmed they had “done everything [they] could.†“Attempting to stabilize the country in its current enfeebled state would not only be extremely expensive, but it would also cause unnecessary agony as it enters this final stage. With how hard the nation is struggling to perform even basic functions, letting it meet its end naturally is the merciful decision here."



  13. Hi Flash -


    It's easy to find Thai fish sauce - Tiparos or Squid brand - but I haven't seen the real Vietnamese stuff anywhere.


    I found the same link that you suggested - but that market sounds like it is mostly finished/prepared foods, or fresh produce - not manufactured basic ingredients. But - I will take a look next Sunday.




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