Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Having killed all of al-Qaida's number twos they can find, the drones are coming to write you a speeding ticket

Betcha Da Mare would love to get his hands on a couple-two-tree uh dese for da Departmenta Streets and San (and Skies?)...

FAA mulls domestic drone use

WASHINGTON (AP) — Unmanned aircraft have proved their usefulness and reliability in the war zones of Afghanistan and Iraq. Now the pressure is on to allow them to roam U.S. skies.

The Federal Aviation Administration has been asked to issue flying rights for a range of pilotless planes to carry out civilian and law-enforcement functions but has been hesitant to act. Officials are worried they might plow into airliners, cargo planes and corporate jets that zoom around at high altitudes or helicopters and hot air balloons that fly as low as a few hundred feet off the ground.

Scammers. Now on Facebook.

Ben sent you a message.
Ben Kabili
Ben KabiliJune 15, 2010 at 9:31pm
Subject: FROM BARISTER KABILI BEN (kabili law chambers lome,Togo Republic)

How are you today,
This is Mr. Kabili ben, a solicitor at law. I am making this proposal to you in respect to the death of one Mr E. Matwawa (last name edited, Ben did use mine - ed),a native of your country who was my client until death leaving some huge amount of money in a security finance firm valued US$6.5million.

Am proposing that you be presented as the next of kin and beneficiary of the fund.
I shall detail you on the confirmation of your genuinity to work this out with me. Kindly use your personal email address and contact me directly through this my private email address : benkabili02@hotmail.fr for further discussions.

Telephone +228 077 5264

This is probably nothing to worry about (cont'd)

Last seen in LA...

God is mad at... Jesus?

'Touchdown Jesus' destroyed by lightning

The 6-story-tall landmark that surprised and fascinated travelers on I-75 burns to the ground....


another baseball analogy gone horribly wrong