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(CNN)   In 10 days, the Dark Prince fundraised for Dana Russianbacker. In 11 days, the statute of limitations runs out on possible bribery charges for Dana. Mueller is investigating both. Calm your sphincters, THIS is your Trump rumor thread (~5pm news dump)   ( cnn.com) divider line
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2018-03-08 02:04:46 PM  
afternoon all

apologies for the late submission, it was suggested that this thread get made to breakdown the myriad of stories that seem to be getting rejected in the queue.

as to the headline, a farker pointed out the dates, but i wouldn't put it past Mueller to arrest both on the 18th, especially since Prince is OCONUS and won't come back if he knows he'll be arrested

/youre welcome, serpent_sky
//*waggles conspiracy eyebrows
 
2018-03-08 02:07:36 PM  

somedude210: afternoon all

apologies for the late submission, it was suggested that this thread get made to breakdown the myriad of stories that seem to be getting rejected in the queue.

as to the headline, a farker pointed out the dates, but i wouldn't put it past Mueller to arrest both on the 18th, especially since Prince is OCONUS and won't come back if he knows he'll be arrested

/youre welcome, serpent_sky
//*waggles conspiracy eyebrows


I don't think he has to arrest anyone by the 18th, but simply indict them by then.
 
2018-03-08 02:07:47 PM  
What's this about 11 days before a statute of limitations running out?
 
2018-03-08 02:11:08 PM  

naughtyrev: What's this about 11 days before a statute of limitations running out?


apparently in 11 days there's bribery allegations against Rohrabacher that will have their statute of limitations expire. Since this is one of the few times Prince will be on American soil, it might be a "kill two birds with one stone" type deal on the 18th
 
2018-03-08 02:15:19 PM  

somedude210: naughtyrev: What's this about 11 days before a statute of limitations running out?

apparently in 11 days there's bribery allegations against Rohrabacher that will have their statute of limitations expire. Since this is one of the few times Prince will be on American soil, it might be a "kill two birds with one stone" type deal on the 18th


AFAIK, and IANAL, but filing an indictment stops the clock. This is how they keep rape charges pending if they have DNA but no hit in any of the databases.
 
2018-03-08 02:15:38 PM  

somedude210: naughtyrev: What's this about 11 days before a statute of limitations running out?

apparently in 11 days there's bribery allegations against Rohrabacher that will have their statute of limitations expire. Since this is one of the few times Prince will be on American soil, it might be a "kill two birds with one stone" type deal on the 18th


I wonder if Prince is a part of any of the sealed indictments we've heard about.
 
2018-03-08 02:17:40 PM  
LOL Manafort's VA state-level case is called a "rocket docket" because they're starting his trial as quickly as they can.
 
2018-03-08 02:18:20 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: somedude210: naughtyrev: What's this about 11 days before a statute of limitations running out?

apparently in 11 days there's bribery allegations against Rohrabacher that will have their statute of limitations expire. Since this is one of the few times Prince will be on American soil, it might be a "kill two birds with one stone" type deal on the 18th

I wonder if Prince is a part of any of the sealed indictments we've heard about.


probably, he is a bastard. Maybe the auzzie rumor was true and there really wasn't any ex-SAS in his merc group
 
2018-03-08 02:19:21 PM  
img.fark.netView Full Size


/my new hero
 
2018-03-08 02:19:38 PM  

AdmirableSnackbar: LOL Manafort's VA state-level case is called a "rocket docket" because they're starting his trial as quickly as they can.


Good. I need more popcorn time this summer.
 
2018-03-08 02:21:22 PM  
Is it wrong for me to want to watch Dana get barebacked by a pack of Neo Nazis while he cries and cries and cries?
 
2018-03-08 02:24:00 PM  

NewportBarGuy: Is it wrong for me to want to watch Dana get barebacked by a pack of Neo Nazis while he cries and cries and cries?


Technically, yes, because rape is a horrible thing. 

He is a traitor, though. Traitors deserve a traitor's fate.
 
2018-03-08 02:25:34 PM  

somedude210: [img.fark.net image 425x365]

/my new hero


Looks like someone's on the naughty list this year...
 
2018-03-08 02:29:22 PM  

the_innkeeper: NewportBarGuy: Is it wrong for me to want to watch Dana get barebacked by a pack of Neo Nazis while he cries and cries and cries?

Technically, yes, because rape is a horrible thing. 

He is a traitor, though. Traitors deserve a traitor's fate.


I was assuming it would be consensual.
 
2018-03-08 02:29:52 PM  

the_innkeeper: somedude210: naughtyrev: What's this about 11 days before a statute of limitations running out?

apparently in 11 days there's bribery allegations against Rohrabacher that will have their statute of limitations expire. Since this is one of the few times Prince will be on American soil, it might be a "kill two birds with one stone" type deal on the 18th

AFAIK, and IANAL, but filing an indictment stops the clock. This is how they keep rape charges pending if they have DNA but no hit in any of the databases.


Depends on the jurisdiction, but generally felonies do not have a statute of limitations.
 
2018-03-08 02:33:36 PM  
Spookicide case getting worse. 21 people are being treated for possible exposure.

link
 
2018-03-08 02:34:11 PM  

MrBallou: the_innkeeper: NewportBarGuy: Is it wrong for me to want to watch Dana get barebacked by a pack of Neo Nazis while he cries and cries and cries?

Technically, yes, because rape is a horrible thing. 

He is a traitor, though. Traitors deserve a traitor's fate.

I was assuming it would be consensual.


While crying? I guess everyone has a fetish...
 
2018-03-08 02:44:09 PM  

somedude210: Spookicide case getting worse. 21 people are being treated for possible exposure.

link


Whoever carried out the attack is going to be fishfood even before Britain responds to the Russian attack on their soil.  Hell, he's probably already dead.
 
2018-03-08 02:44:50 PM  

somedude210: Spookicide case getting worse. 21 people are being treated for possible exposure.

link


That is a bold message...
 
2018-03-08 02:50:32 PM  

Markoff_Cheney: somedude210: Spookicide case getting worse. 21 people are being treated for possible exposure.

link

That is a bold message...


Treated and released.  Hard to know how many of them were actually affected, or if they were in the "if you were in the area at the time, please come forward" group and got tested.  Either way, though. It's a pretty brazen thing to do.  Then again, after Litvinenko, why worry? There don't really seem to be consequences.
 
2018-03-08 02:56:23 PM  
This has been a crazy 2 weeks.

If Mueller is able to nab Erik Prince I will be the happiest farker on the planet, that dude is pure evil and shouldn't have even been able to get rich off of the public purse and war.
 
2018-03-08 02:58:02 PM  
Some real gems in the red-lit Mother Jones article that got overshadowed by the sex club stuff:

And he stayed in touch with his Miss Universe pals, Emin and Goldstone. In January 2015, nearly a year after Putin's invasion in Ukraine, Trump had Emin and Goldstone as guests to his office in Trump Tower-a meeting that was never publicly revealed during the investigations that followed the 2016 election... [snip]...Seventeen months later, in June 2016, Goldstone would return to Trump Tower-this time escorting a Russian-led delegation dispatched by the Agalarovs, offering potentially derogatory information on Hillary Clinton, courtesy of the Kremlin, to the top officials of Trump's presidential campaign.

and

Also at the table was an unusual associate for Trump: Ike Kaveladze, the US-based vice president of Crocus International, an Agalarov company. In 2000, a Government Accountability Office report identified a business run by Kaveladze as responsible for opening more than 2,000 bank accounts at two US banks on behalf of Russian-based brokers. The accounts were used to move more than $1.4 billion from individuals in Russia and Eastern Europe around the globe in an operation the report suggested was "for the purpose of laundering money."

and

But Trump had decided to attend the celebration of evangelist Billy Graham's 95th birthday on November 7 at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina. In Russia, Trump told Goldstone that it had been necessary for him to show up at the Graham event: "There is something I'm planning down the road, and it's really important." Goldstone knew exactly what Trump was talking about: a run for the White House...[snip]...And it paid off: Trump and his wife Melania were seated at the VIP table along with Rupert Murdoch and Sarah Palin. Franklin Graham later said that Trump was among those who "gave their hearts to Christ" that night.
 
2018-03-08 03:01:57 PM  
Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_a​g​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]


Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?
 
2018-03-08 03:02:49 PM  

shortymac: This has been a crazy 2 weeks.

If Mueller is able to nab Erik Prince I will be the happiest farker on the planet, that dude is pure evil and shouldn't have even been able to get rich off of the public purse and war.


I'm not really religious any more but that guy is the devil incarnate. Somehow he's worse than just your typical murderous mercenary because he uses his poisonous brand of Christianity to lend legitimacy to his crimes.
 
2018-03-08 03:04:06 PM  

hobnail: shortymac: This has been a crazy 2 weeks.

If Mueller is able to nab Erik Prince I will be the happiest farker on the planet, that dude is pure evil and shouldn't have even been able to get rich off of the public purse and war.

I'm not really religious any more but that guy is the devil incarnate. Somehow he's worse than just your typical murderous mercenary because he uses his poisonous brand of Christianity to lend legitimacy to his crimes.


Funny how that happens...
 
2018-03-08 03:04:32 PM  

stovepipe: Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_ag​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]

Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?


Didn't you watch The Rock? Seawater neutralizes nerve agents.

/I get all my critical ecological information from Hollywood
 
2018-03-08 03:10:57 PM  

hobnail: stovepipe: Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_ag​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]

Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?

Didn't you watch The Rock? Seawater neutralizes nerve agents.

/I get all my critical ecological information from Hollywood


Mostly because it was cheaper and the Army likes to just dump sh*t. Look-up burn pits. And on bases, they just bury batteries and other toxic sh*t... usually near the water supply just because f*ck everyone else.

Building the incinerator to destroy that stuff cost a fortune and I'm willing to be no one wanted that sh*t in their backyard until some redneck town said please give us jobs.

But, I mostly get my information from Hollywood as well.
 
2018-03-08 03:12:38 PM  

tarheel07: the_innkeeper: somedude210: naughtyrev: What's this about 11 days before a statute of limitations running out?

apparently in 11 days there's bribery allegations against Rohrabacher that will have their statute of limitations expire. Since this is one of the few times Prince will be on American soil, it might be a "kill two birds with one stone" type deal on the 18th

AFAIK, and IANAL, but filing an indictment stops the clock. This is how they keep rape charges pending if they have DNA but no hit in any of the databases.

Depends on the jurisdiction, but generally felonies do not have a statute of limitations.


Generally they do.  Generally, capital crimes do not, as well as some other rather nasty crimes.  So, unless rape is a misdemeanor in your state, it probably has a SoL.
 
2018-03-08 03:14:31 PM  

MrBallou: the_innkeeper: NewportBarGuy: Is it wrong for me to want to watch Dana get barebacked by a pack of Neo Nazis while he cries and cries and cries?

Technically, yes, because rape is a horrible thing. 

He is a traitor, though. Traitors deserve a traitor's fate.

I was assuming it would be consensual.


Me too.
 
2018-03-08 03:17:57 PM  

NewportBarGuy: hobnail: stovepipe: Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_ag​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]

Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?

Didn't you watch The Rock? Seawater neutralizes nerve agents.

/I get all my critical ecological information from Hollywood

Mostly because it was cheaper and the Army likes to just dump sh*t. Look-up burn pits. And on bases, they just bury batteries and other toxic sh*t... usually near the water supply just because f*ck everyone else.

Building the incinerator to destroy that stuff cost a fortune and I'm willing to be no one wanted that sh*t in their backyard until some redneck town said please give us jobs.

But, I mostly get my information from Hollywood as well.


There was a large Chem Weapon Incinerator in Umatilla, Oregon.  They shut it down recently as they had finally destroyed the weapons stored at the depot near by.
 
2018-03-08 03:26:00 PM  

stovepipe: Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_ag​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]

Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?


Pretty sure there is a bunch of nuclear waste out there as well.
Seemed like a good idea at the time.
 
2018-03-08 03:29:55 PM  
The trade war is back on.
 
2018-03-08 03:32:36 PM  

phalamir: tarheel07: the_innkeeper: somedude210: naughtyrev: What's this about 11 days before a statute of limitations running out?

apparently in 11 days there's bribery allegations against Rohrabacher that will have their statute of limitations expire. Since this is one of the few times Prince will be on American soil, it might be a "kill two birds with one stone" type deal on the 18th

AFAIK, and IANAL, but filing an indictment stops the clock. This is how they keep rape charges pending if they have DNA but no hit in any of the databases.

Depends on the jurisdiction, but generally felonies do not have a statute of limitations.

Generally they do.  Generally, capital crimes do not, as well as some other rather nasty crimes.  So, unless rape is a misdemeanor in your state, it probably has a SoL.


In my state (NC) felonies have no statute of limitation.  All other misdemeanors have a 2-year SOL.
 
2018-03-08 03:35:37 PM  

stovepipe: Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?


Honestly, when done right* subduction is one of the best ways to get rid of pretty much anything.


*these were not done right
 
2018-03-08 03:53:21 PM  

hobnail: shortymac: This has been a crazy 2 weeks.

If Mueller is able to nab Erik Prince I will be the happiest farker on the planet, that dude is pure evil and shouldn't have even been able to get rich off of the public purse and war.

I'm not really religious any more but that guy is the devil incarnate. Somehow he's worse than just your typical murderous mercenary because he uses his poisonous brand of Christianity to lend legitimacy to his crimes.


This.  If there's a literal farking Dominionist Da'esh, Xe/Blackwater/Academi/Whatever Name The Jesus Warriors For Hire Are Operating Under This Month and the whole goddamn DeVos crew (Betsy, Dick, AND the Prince clan) are pretty much it.  And if this actually does manage to bring down Prince (and possibly Adelson and DeVos to boot) this MIGHT actually be one of the rare instances that convinces me there's something out there that's benevolent :D
 
2018-03-08 03:54:03 PM  

Markoff_Cheney: stovepipe: Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_ag​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]

Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?

Pretty sure there is a bunch of nuclear waste out there as well.
Seemed like a good idea at the time.


img.fark.netView Full Size
 
2018-03-08 04:01:49 PM  

Unbridled Apathy: NewportBarGuy: hobnail: stovepipe: Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_ag​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]

Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?

Didn't you watch The Rock? Seawater neutralizes nerve agents.

/I get all my critical ecological information from Hollywood

Mostly because it was cheaper and the Army likes to just dump sh*t. Look-up burn pits. And on bases, they just bury batteries and other toxic sh*t... usually near the water supply just because f*ck everyone else.

Building the incinerator to destroy that stuff cost a fortune and I'm willing to be no one wanted that sh*t in their backyard until some redneck town said please give us jobs.

But, I mostly get my information from Hollywood as well.

There was a large Chem Weapon Incinerator in Umatilla, Oregon.  They shut it down recently as they had finally destroyed the weapons stored at the depot near by.


Still is a chemical weapons disposal facility about, oh, ten miles southeast of where the Fark servers are located and they've generally had enough VX and GB (sarin) stored there to kill all of KY, West-by-God Virginia, and probably a decent chunk of Virginia proper and Ohio if it ever blew.

Thankfully Louisville tends to be upwind of that facility (technically so is Lexington) but let's just say you DON'T want an "oops" with things like that. :P

/also had one of a few uranium enrichment facilites in the US in Paducah for nuclear weapons programs and nuke plants along with the plants in Oak Ridge and Portsmouth, OH
//and yes, there is still a non negligible amount of contamination from those days
 
2018-03-08 04:49:33 PM  

stovepipe: Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_ag​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]

Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?


Have you ever driven the Jersey Turnpike and wondered "why, Jersey?" The Garden State Parkway might be an even better example.
 
2018-03-08 05:09:25 PM  
Oleg Deripeska wrote an op-ed in the Daily Caller, because of course he did
 
2018-03-08 05:18:34 PM  
From the Twatter:

The Associated Press @AP 1 minute ago

BREAKING: Trump says South Korea to make 'major statement' at 7 p.m. Eastern time, says he's discussed matter with President Moon.
 
2018-03-08 05:21:52 PM  
I would like Rohrabacher to eat one of those Russian human rights abuse "baloney" sandwiches.
 
2018-03-08 05:23:06 PM  
Statue of limitations

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2018-03-08 05:23:14 PM  
Is it at all weird that I find the leader of the best funded mercenary army in operation is under investigation for being compromised?

Hint; they're farking mercenaries, of course they lie steal and cheat, it's their damned job.
 
2018-03-08 05:24:22 PM  

somedude210: Oleg Deripeska wrote an op-ed in the Daily Caller, because of course he did


Dude, you're going to pop a blood vessel. You need to breathe a bit.

It's a marathon, not a sprint.
 
2018-03-08 05:24:23 PM  

MrBallou: the_innkeeper: NewportBarGuy: Is it wrong for me to want to watch Dana get barebacked by a pack of Neo Nazis while he cries and cries and cries?

Technically, yes, because rape is a horrible thing. 

He is a traitor, though. Traitors deserve a traitor's fate.

I was assuming it would be consensual.


Sometimes both parties think it consensual when it isn't.  Prison sex falls under that
 
2018-03-08 05:26:13 PM  

stovepipe: Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?


Remember Katrina? There were all kinds of very nasty things, in huge amounts, stored not far from the shore. Then the storm came. Now they're all gone.

Also, don't worry about our nuclear waste, that's totally different, we're completely responsible with that. You bet.
 
2018-03-08 05:27:21 PM  

cousin-merle: From the Twatter:

The Associated Press @AP 1 minute ago

BREAKING: Trump says South Korea to make 'major statement' at 7 p.m. Eastern time, says he's discussed matter with President Moon.


Lets start a shooting war and a trade war in the same day!
 
2018-03-08 05:31:25 PM  

Markoff_Cheney: cousin-merle: From the Twatter:

The Associated Press @AP 1 minute ago

BREAKING: Trump says South Korea to make 'major statement' at 7 p.m. Eastern time, says he's discussed matter with President Moon.

Lets start a shooting war and a trade war in the same day!


That would REALLY stiggit to the libz.
 
2018-03-08 05:32:04 PM  

Markoff_Cheney: cousin-merle: From the Twatter:

The Associated Press @AP 1 minute ago

BREAKING: Trump says South Korea to make 'major statement' at 7 p.m. Eastern time, says he's discussed matter with President Moon.

Lets start a shooting war and a trade war in the same day!


I'd be surprised if South Korea was all in on any kind of war with the North. Still somewhat concerning of a planned statement. Also, *eyebrow waggling*
 
2018-03-08 05:32:20 PM  

stovepipe: Was reading up on nerve agents and came across this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_ag​ent

Ocean disposal[edit]
In 1972, the United States Congress banned the practice of disposing chemical weapons into the ocean. 32 000 tons of nerve and mustard agents had already been dumped into the ocean waters off the United States by the U.S. Army, primarily as part of Operation CHASE. According to a 1998 report by William Brankowitz, a deputy project manager in the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, the Army created at least 26 chemical weapons dump sites in the ocean off at least 11 states on both the west and east coasts. Due to poor records, they currently only know the rough whereabouts of half of them.[30]
There is currently a lack of scientific data regarding the ecological and health effects of this dumping. In the event of leakage, many nerve agents are soluble in water and would dissolve in a few days, while other substances like sulfur mustard could last longer. There have also been a few incidents of chemical weapons washing ashore or being accidentally retrieved, for example during dredging or trawl fishing operations.[31]

Holy farking shiat, they just dumped it in the ocean?


Yup.

I live in St. Louis, where we are dealing with the dumping of radioactive waste from the Manhattan Project into a landfill.

That landfill?  Is also on fire.

And I used to work like a mile from it.
 
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