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  1. It's 2:35 in the morning. Packers lead the Raiders 21 to 10 at half time.
  2. ^ 17,000 square cubic metres of air per hour? 17,000 non-squared cubic metres is a box approximately 25.7x25.7x25.7 metres.
  3. Trump official tried to force Harry Dunn’s parents to hug his alleged killer in sick publicity stunt The parents of a British teen killed in a car crash involving the wife of a US spy say a Trump official tried to bully them into hugging her. The grieving parents of a British teen who died in a car crash involving an American diplomat’s wife say a top White House official tried to bully them into taking part in a twisted publicity stunt. Harry Dunn, 19, died on August 27 when his motorcycle collided with a Volvo driven by Anne Sacoolas outside an air force base in southern England used by the US military. Ms Sacoolas, the wife of US Government agent Jonathan Sacoolas — who has been described as a “spy” — was allegedly driving on the wrong side of the road when she struck Mr Dunn head-on. Ms Sacoolas initially co-operated with police, assuring them she had no plans to leave Britain. She was then spirited out of the country on a military jet after the US falsely claimed she was covered by diplomatic immunity. On Tuesday, Harry’s devastated parents Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn flew to Washington after receiving a call from the White House inviting them to meet with a “very senior government official” whose identity was not revealed. “The mood was quite buoyant. We were looking forward to it,” family spokesman and retired lawyer Radd Seiger, who is travelling with the couple, told the Associated Press. Instead, they were blindsided by US national security adviser Robert O’Brien, who had secretly brought Ms Sacoolas to the White House in a bizarre plan to unite the two parties in front of the White House press corps. The couple’s lawyer Mark Stephens said his clients had no idea their son’s alleged killer would be in the building when they arrived and were stunned by the proposition. Mr Stephens said the adviser tried to force a meeting between the grieving parents and Ms Sacoolas, followed by a photo opportunity where he hoped the trio would embrace for the cameras. He said Mr O’Brien had behaved like a “nincompoop”
  4. I wonder if the possibility of Julian Assange being sentenced to 175 years if extradited to the US will be considered a violation of his human rights.
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    A bruised ego

    Spooky! Tentacles from Cambodia?
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    A bruised ego

    I was not offended neither advertently or inadvertently. On the other hand, I don't recall the post which you claim to have been deleted. Now back to the point. Perhaps one of these appears familiar.
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    thai sims

    *500*9# extends validity. 30 baht for 30 days.
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    Packers go 5/1 although maybe benefited from a dubious call or two.
  9. It's now just a straight case of extradition assuming that she won't return to the UK willingly. Now who does the UK currently hold that the yanks want extradited?
  10. It's one of those Catch-22 situations. She no longer has Diplomatic Immunity because she has left the UK. Anne Sacoolas, 42, left the UK shortly after the collision between Dunn’s motorbike and a car outside RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire on 27 August. She is believed to have been driving the car but while she met with Northamptonshire police no investigation followed after the force was advised by the UK government that she had the protective status granted to foreign diplomats. But after days of controversy surrounding the case, a letter from Dominic Raab to Dunn’s family seen by the BBC has suggested that her return to the US has rendered that status irrelevant. “The US have now informed us that they too consider that immunity is no longer pertinent,” the foreign secretary’s letter says. “We have pressed strongly for a waiver of immunity, so that justice can be done … Whilst the US government has steadfastly declined to give that waiver, that is not the end of the matter.” It added: “We have looked at this very carefully … the UK government’s position is that immunity, and therefore any question of waiver, is no longer relevant in Mrs Sacoolas’ case, because she has returned home. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/oct/13/harry-dunn-anne-sacoolas-driver-who-fled-uk-devastated-by-fatal-crash
  11. Guess she was just demonstrating how "a Brexit" should be done.
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