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Juil 23, 2014
do-not-touch-my-food:

Mini Fruit Pizzas
Juil 22, 2014 / 688 notes
Juil 21, 2014

Le Hamas pour les nuls À l’émission Maurais Live sur les ondes de CHOI FM à Québec, Dominic Maurais discute avec Marc Lebuis de Point de bascule.

Juil 21, 2014

July 20, 2014. A Huge Pro-Israel Rally in NYC: Support Operation Protective Edge.

I found this box empty tea at work, I wonder how good the tea taste.
Juil 19, 2014

I found this box empty tea at work, I wonder how good the tea taste.

Juil 19, 2014
Juil 17, 2014
Juil 17, 2014

Listening to Chester’s Mill Gazette review of Force Majeure

newsweek:

Camp Lejeune and the U.S. Military’s Polluted Legacy

Camp Lejeune, in Jacksonville, North Carolina, is a toxic paradox, a place where young men and women were poisoned while in the service of their nation. They swore to defend this land, and the land made them sick. 

And there are hundreds of Camp Lejeunes across the country, military sites contaminated with all manner of pollutants, from chemical weapon graveyards to vast groundwater deposits of gasoline. 

Soldiers know they might be felled by a sniper’s bullet in Baghdad or a roadside bomb in the gullies of Afghanistan. They might even expect it. 

But waterborne carcinogens are not an enemy whose ambush they prepare for.

That toxic enemy is far more prevalent than most American suspect, not to mention far more intractable. 

That the Department of Defense is the world’s worst polluter is a refrain one often hears from environmentalists, who have long-standing, unsurprising gripes with the military-industrial complex. 

But politics aside, the greenies have a convincing point. 

Dive into the numbers, as I did, and the Pentagon starts to make Koch Industries look like an organic farm.
Juil 16, 2014 / 101 notes

newsweek:

Camp Lejeune and the U.S. Military’s Polluted Legacy

Camp Lejeune, in Jacksonville, North Carolina, is a toxic paradox, a place where young men and women were poisoned while in the service of their nation. They swore to defend this land, and the land made them sick.

And there are hundreds of Camp Lejeunes across the country, military sites contaminated with all manner of pollutants, from chemical weapon graveyards to vast groundwater deposits of gasoline.

Soldiers know they might be felled by a sniper’s bullet in Baghdad or a roadside bomb in the gullies of Afghanistan. They might even expect it.

But waterborne carcinogens are not an enemy whose ambush they prepare for.

That toxic enemy is far more prevalent than most American suspect, not to mention far more intractable.

That the Department of Defense is the world’s worst polluter is a refrain one often hears from environmentalists, who have long-standing, unsurprising gripes with the military-industrial complex.

But politics aside, the greenies have a convincing point.

Dive into the numbers, as I did, and the Pentagon starts to make Koch Industries look like an organic farm.

Juil 16, 2014

Under the Dome ratings in Canada

The ratings came out yesterday in Canada, for the premiere of Under The Dome Heads will roll, the show finished first on the 30 most watched shows in Canada with 2,382 million viewers. Last year for the season premiere, the show finished 2nd with 2,081 million viewers.