Skip to comments.Quinn & Rose - America’s Morning Show - February 15, 2013
Posted on 02/15/2013 2:59:54 AM PST by sneakers
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The meteor in Russia....WOW! Meanwhile the asteroid passes closest to Earth around 2:30 our time this afternoon. It should be over the Indian ocean.
I was just reading about that! Poor Russians seem to always be the ones to get hit! Looks like it plowed through a zinc factory.
I was listening to Michael Berry. Some guy called him from that cruise ship. It sounds like it wasn’t fun, but he said he and his wife made the best of the situation. Most people did the same and the crew worked very hard to try to get things fixed and keep people fed and all comfortable.
I agree with Jim about (some) of the people on the ship. Buck up and quit whining!
And yeah...where was BO when Dorner was on the loose?
The meteor, the asteroid, the comet, major quakes, the Pope resigning and possibly Peter the Roman the next Pope, wars and rumors of wars...better stock up on tin foil.
Heinz was known for pickles, ketchup and to some extent baked beans and soup.
Good morning n’@! And Happy Comet DA 14 Day!
The Russian videos are incredible...and, riddle me this folks...today DA 14 comes within 17k miles of the earth, and as a precursor to that event a rather significant meteorite hits in Russia and the official statement in the news “not related at all.” Not, we are contacting NASA, JPL, various Ph.Ds...no IMMEDIATELY it’s “no connection.”
I just saw that it should arrive at 2:24 pm eastern time.
The way things have been going for me, there is a chunk w/my name on it.
“Heinz was known for pickles, ketchup and to some extent baked beans and soup.”
I actually remember touring the factory as a scout back in the day—they gave out little “pickle pins” back then as souveniers.