Could this be one of the latest and largest dinosaur foot print finds in recent archaeological history?
Here is a little background. In the last few years I’ve been studying the satellite imagery on google earth in Palisades. Nevada. I’ll include the google earth GPS coordinates at the end of the article to view them. What I’ve discovered is what I believe to be some of the largest dinosaur footprints to be exposed to the public, in fact right now as you’re reading this. Continue reading “Dinosaur footprints discovered the size of nearly a football field in Northern Nevada”
Washington Post – by Aaron Davis and Sarah Halzack
Walmart abruptly announced Friday that it was abandoning a promise to build stores in Washington’s poorest neighborhoods, an agreement that had been key to the deal allowing the retailer to begin operating in the nation’s capital.
The giant retailer cited increasing costs for the new projects and disappointing performance at the three D.C. stores it opened over the past several years. But news that Walmart would pull out of two supercenters planned for east of the Anacostia River, where its wares and jobs are wanted most, shocked D.C. leaders. In one case, the city had already committed $90 million to make a development surrounding one of the stores viable. Continue reading “District leaders furious Walmart breaking promise to build stores in poor neighborhoods”
SHTF Plan – by Mac Slavo
Forget for a moment that U.S. stock markets have seen their worst start to a new year since the Great Depression or that some $2.5 trillion in wealth has been evaporated in less than two weeks.
CNN says it’s hardly the time to panic:
Time to panic? Hardly.
Continue reading “CNN Reassures Investors: “Don’t Panic… America’s Economy Is Still In Good Shape””
New York Daily News – by Melissa Stumpf
A Mississippi councilman said that he wants people to throw rocks, bricks and bottles at officers chasing suspects wanted for misdemeanor crimes.
Jackson Councilman Kenneth Stokes said he’s had enough and that police pursuits put area residents in danger. Continue reading “Mississippi Councilman Kenneth Stokes wants people to throw rocks and bricks at cops chasing suspects”
Your fences need to be horse-high, pig-tight and bull-strong.
Keep skunks and bankers at a distance.
Life is simpler when you plow around the stump.
A bumble bee is considerably faster than a John Deere tractor. Continue reading “An Old Farmer’s Words Of Wisdom”
Careful, those icicles could be considered firearms or WMD’s!
Song Mr. Blue sky ELO. Guess I should have filmed that chopper this morning too!