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Skip to comments.Threat Matrix: December 2007
Posted on 12/01/2007 8:47:13 PM PST by nwctwx
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The calendar looks quite informative.
Thank you MamaDearest.
“Cars torched over ‘calm’ French New Year”
Tue Jan 1, 2008 6:51am EST
ARTICLE SNIPPET: “PARIS (Reuters) - Vandals torched 372 cars as France celebrated the New Year, down on the figure last year after a night the police described as “relatively calm.”
Cars are burned fairly regularly in France and the image of vehicles in flames in poor suburbs became symbolic of riots in 2005 when angry youths set fire to thousands of cars.”
ARTICLE SNIPPET: “At the height of the 2005 riots as many as 1,400 cars were attacked in overnight violence. In protests over President Nicolas Sarkozy election last May, demonstrators set fire to 730 vehicles.”
Thank you everyone for your prayer for my pastors son Nate
and Dusty Feet. Nate and some others got home today.
They hid others in the orphanage and church as they were
leaving. He said hopefully we saved some lives.
That is sad and disgusting.....
So glad to live in this country.
I am not sure what importance this serves in the terror world
but it is worth a laugh.....
Japanese Robot Eats Snow, Poops Out Bricks of Ice
Wednesday, January 02, 2008
What’s cute, yellow, eats snow and poops out bricks of ice?
Meet Yuki-taro, a Japanese robot built to quickly clear roads after heavy snows.
Happy New Year to you and to ALL!!!!
Another active case of tuberculosis has been identified in Pueblo, bringing to three the number of active cases that have been diagnosed. Meanwhile, the Pueblo City-County Health Department continues to test people who may have been infected by the sick individuals.
Co-workers of the Sterlite, Corp. employee that tested positive for tuberculosis last month are being tested for the disease, but only those on her shift.
Chris Tapia, office specialist with the Mohave County Department of Public Health, said there is a testing hierarchy involving tuberculosis cases.
Jill's website is no longer available effective today, and I, for one, will miss her and hope she continues to post news and/or links of importance here at TM. I thank her for her excellent job of keeping links and information available to all of us. I will be praying for her and her husband to successfully get through this very rough patch in their lives.
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