The state of Israel is apparently confirming they were behind the cyber attack launched on Iran’s nuclear facility, which was shut down by the Israeli attack immediately after Iran started spinning centrifuges. God bless those brilliant men and women.
Israel appeared to confirm claims that it was behind a cyber-attack on Iran’s main nuclear facility on Sunday, which Tehran’s nuclear energy chief described as an act of terrorism that warranted a response against its perpetrators.
The apparent attack took place hours after officials at the Natanz reactor restarted spinning advanced centrifuges that could speed up the production of enriched uranium, in what had been billed as a pivotal moment in the country’s nuclear programme.
This wouldn’t be happening if the Democrats hadn’t cheated President Trump out of a second term. Now there’s a pro-Iran, anti-Israel illegitimate president at the helm of this country, and Israel knows they have no serious allies anymore.
As Iranian authorities scrambled to deal with a large-scale blackout at Natanz, which the country’s Atomic Energy Agency acknowledged had damaged the electricity grid at the site, the Israeli defence chief, Aviv Kochavi, said the country’s “operations in the Middle East are not hidden from the eyes of the enemy”.
Israel imposed no censorship restrictions on coverage as it had often done after similar previous incidents and the apparent attack was widely covered by Israeli media.
Amazing. Israel knows they’re on their own, so they figure they might as well take credit for the cyber attack. They’re fighting for their lives, their country, and their way of life.
FIREFIGHTERS were called after a military vehicle overturned and was leaking fuel on Salisbury Plain Training Area. Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service was called to Bulford Camp at 2.25pm yesterday.
A spokesperson for the fire service said: “A crew from Amesbury was called to Bulford camp at 2.25pm yesterday to see whether we could assist with a fuel spillage from a military vehicle.
An MOD spokesperson said: “A military tracked vehicle slipped off a track and toppled during a tracked vehicle driver training course. Nobody was injured.”
Luckily, Michelle Obama righted the armored vehicle with her beefy arms and her man-hands.
Diego the Idiot Detective is a little bit like Beetlejuice. If someone conjures his name, he will appear. Yesterday Ronni mentioned True Detective Stories, and a half hour later, *poof*, Diego sent me a text message.
I only receive text messages from Diego when he 1. screws something up and doesn’t want it to get out, 2. he wants something to eat, or 3. he wants to ask how you’re doing, so he can parlay that into him talking about himself for an hour. Yesterday, it was curtain number three.
Yesterday was cold and rainy here, but I have been cycling every day since I started getting past the Wuhan Flu. I was about to head out when Diego sent me a text message, which read: “How are you feeling?”
Now, I don’t want to be an a-hole – although I’ll power through it – but I tested positive on March 25th, after four previous days of misery. Everyone knew I was sick, and knew so for three weeks. Three coworkers and my lieutenant checked up on me, for which I’m thankful, but that was it. Why Diego bothered to send me a text the day before I went back to work was a mystery.
I told him I was fine and I would be in work Tuesday morning (today). Diego replied that he has been back for a week or so now, and that’s when it hit me.
You see, I’m fairly sure I got this round of Wu-Flu first. A day or so afterward, a female detective caught it – she continues to claim I “gave it to her.” The squad was trying to deal with two detectives being out sick, and a few days later Diego claimed he “passed out” while down at court…
The Burning The Daylight Oil Caption Contest is now over.
Top Five Entries: 5. Police vehicles are seen behind a hijacked bus burning on Shankill Road as peaceful protests continue in Belfast today. – Art 4. Britain’s faltering economy meant Prince Phillip’s Viking funeral was purely bare bones. – Barry D. 3. Biden’s border control policy is introduced to the public. – RudyTBone 2. I TOLD her not to let the speed drop below 60! – Mike AKA Proof
According to police, 23-year-old Nastasia Snape was driving northbound in the area of 4000 North Ocean Boulevard. at approximately 10:20 p.m. when she drove her car off the road and onto a sidewalk. That’s when Snape hit the victim, who was walking southbound on the sidewalk.
The victim has been identified by authorities as Sandra Feuerstein. She was rushed to Delray Medical Center where she was pronounced dead.
Feuerstein was U.S. District Court Judge for the Eastern District of New York. Acting U.S. Attorney Mark J. Lesko said in a tweet, “As we mourn her tragic death, we also remember Judge Feuerstein’s unwavering commitment to justice and service to the people of our district and our nation.”
Killing a U.S. District Court Judge. Enjoy life in prison, Natasia.
Police said Snape did not stop her car after hitting Feuerstein. She continued going, striking a 6-year-old boy who was crossing Ocean Boulevard in the crosswalk, before re-entering the roadway and continuing northbound.
Police said Snape exited the vehicle and while being treated by first responders, began screaming and fighting with medics, stating that she was “Harry Potter.”
Okay, I get your last name is Snape, but that doesn’t make you Harry Potter. Personally, I think you more closely resemble the Predator.
Matt Palumbo is the author of Dumb and Dumber, a book that tracks the miserable leadership of the state and city of New York, and after two months of denials from billboard operators, he’s launched an ad for the book in the borough of Queens.
The book, which illustrates a stark and steep timeline of New York’s decline under Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, respectively and jointly, did not get a warm reception from advertisers.
“The book was released in February,” Palumbo told The Post Millennial, “and we’d been trying to get a billboard every day since. We got rejected from advertisers for the past month and a half, with every other vendor in NYC rejecting it because it’s a conservative book.”
Even if Palumbo’s book doesn’t sell well – it will – it was more than worth the money to watch the leftist’s heads explode every time they drive by the billboard.
Well, it seems Mrs. Earp and I are over the Chinese Wuhan Virus. She’s worse off than I am, since she’s still recovering from pneumonia, but for the most part everything is getting back to normal.
Mrs. Earp started short walks yesterday and it wasn’t easy. I have been cycling about five miles a day every day for a week now. I’m nowhere near my peak conditioning, and I’m exhausted after five miles, when I was breezing through ten miles in the summer. I understand it’s a process, and the fact I lost nearly twenty pounds is a blessing and a curse. It’s nice to be skinnier, but losing the endurance stinks.
I’m scheduled to go back to work Tuesday morning, where I am sure there will be a six-foot pile of work waiting for me, and the new computer system for entering jobs debuted while I was sick. So the first week or two should be a cluster.
Oh, the shoulder surgeon effectively started ignoring me. They told me on March 8th that if the insurance didn’t clear the surgeon I was dealing with, they would give me a surgeon in our network. They promised to contact me on March 15th. They never called back. I tracked down the jackasses at the insurance, and they told me I need physical therapy first, even though the surgeon said surgery is the better option because of the damage.
So, I intend to see my primary doctor, ask him to set me up with physical therapy, and find me another surgeon. I am not dealing with those people anymore.
The good news is when I get back to work, I should have plenty of True Detective Stories for you soon.
A giant monitor lizard measuring about six feet long walked into a 7-11 convenience store in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, and proceeded to the drink cooler. Apparently not finding anything of liking, the determined reptile then turned to a shelf filled with all sorts of snacks and began climbing to the top.
The lizard, who emerged from a nearby canal, appeared to be trying to get closer to either the warmth of the lightbulb or perhaps to cool down next to the air conditioner.
Wonder what a six-foot long monitor lizard asks for at the 7-11? A Slurpee, a Big Bite, or human flesh?
So, get this. A British man was obviously annoyed at his neighbors, so instead of talking over a pint, or punching them in the face, the man decided to advertise the neighborhood as a makeshift garbage dump.
This may come as a shock to you, but the neighbors are ready to throw the man into the Tower of London. Or off it.
NEIGHBOURS have been left furious at a 6ft mountain of rubbish outside their homes after a son allegedly advertised his cottage garden as a TIP (dumping site).
Tonnes of waste was left strewn on a doorstep and then burnt in towering fires in leafy Upminster. A sofa, bed, fridge, digger tyre and mounds of building waste cover the front garden next to a bustling road – where cars whizz by at 40mph.
Fed up locals have called cops, firefighters and local council officials – but the piles of waste remain outside the 120-year-old countryside cottage. At points the refuse towers 6ft tall and spilled out onto a busy road, and neighbours say “huge” fires are lit once a fortnight to burn the waste.
Locals claim flatbed trucks loaded with waste were turning up more than twice a day to dump the rubbish and it has been going on for nearly EIGHT WEEKS.
I understand how word would get around that the neighborhood was a dumping ground, but when you pull up and see the nice homes, how the f**k do you still think, “Yeah, this looks exactly like a garbage dump?” Seriously Britain, be better.
Meet Elizabeth Grace Johnson of Louisiana. This beautiful woman loves her boyfriend, so much so that she decided to help him lose weight, by “allegedly” stabbing him multiple times. Yikes!
An 18-year-old Southeastern Louisiana University student is reportedly accused of stabbing her date in her dorm room, an alleged attack so vicious, the victim’s “blood, and then some” had to be put back in his body, his mom said.
Elizabeth Grace Johnson was busted by university cops in Hammond after they responded Saturday night to a call about a disturbance on the third floor of Louisiana Hall.
I mean, what kind of person skips slapping, scratching, etc., and goes right to the knife?
The officers discovered her date — Louisiana State University student Draven Upchurch — with multiple stab wounds, citing a report from Police Chief Michael Beckner.
Johnson and Upchurch, who were described as “dating partners,” were both taken to North Oaks Medical before the woman was taken into custody and charged with aggravated battery.
Hopefully, Louisiana’s version of “aggravated battery” is synonymous with “attempted murder.” And yeah, I’d definitely hit that… as long as she was handcuffed and nowhere near the kitchen.