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A Tiger-Cats Fan Standing Next To Rob Ford At Argonauts Game Holds 'Our Mayor Is Better Than Yours' Sign
Sunday, 17 November 2013 16:25
There couldn't be a more perfect picture than this. Rob Ford went to the Toronto Argonauts vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats playoff game in Toronto today and a Ti-Cats fan standing right next to him in the crowd held up a brilliant sign. The Tiger-Cats won 36-24. Photo via David Krikst of TSN: Picture perfect next to a Hamilton fan with a sign mocking him. #RobFord — David Krikst (@MyManDK) November 17, 2013 Join the conversation about this story
This Chart Destroys That Famous Myth About The Dollar Losing 90% Of Its Value
Sunday, 17 November 2013 16:20
You've probably heard the line about how inflation has destroyed 90% of the dollar's value over the last several decades. It gets repeated ad nauseum by inflation truthers, gold bugs, Fed haters, and all of their fellow travelers. The problem is that it's almost entirely BS. Matt Busigin has put together a great chart showing the dollar's value since 1948. It's true, that the purchase power of a dollar has fallen massively since 1959. BUT that changes dramatically as soon as you assume your
Saints Cornerback Leaves Game After Gruesome Leg Injury
Sunday, 17 November 2013 16:08
New Orleans Saints cornerback Jabari Greer landed awkwardly during the first quarter of the Saints-49ers game and appeared to suffer a terrible leg injury. Greer was covering Jon Baldwin on the play, and the pass was incomplete. As Greer was carted to the locker room, he smiled and waved to the crowd, according to PFT. Here's a GIF of the injury, warning, it's pretty bad:     Via @bubbprog: Join the conversation about this story »    

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Here's The Scary Possibility That The US Might Need Permanent Bubbles In Order To Grow
Sunday, 17 November 2013 16:04
Over the past couple of decades, strong economic growth has consistently been spurred on by bubbles - the tech bubble in the 90s, the housing bubble more recently. In his speech at the IMF on November 8, Larry Summers brings up an important question: Is a bubble a prerequisite for economic growth? "I don't think it was thought fiscal policy was conspicuously austere in the period prior to 2007 and 2008," he said. "And I think it's hard to construct a counterfactual for the period -- 2003 to
FBI entrapped Anonymous and Spied on World Governments
Sunday, 17 November 2013 15:37
In this video Luke Rudkowski breaks down the latest developments in the Jeremy Hammond case that shows how the FBI entrapped anonymous members while spying on governments of the world Via WeAreChange The post FBI entrapped Anonymous and Spied on World Governments appeared first on disinformation.

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What Farmers Think About Climate Change In One Great Quote
Sunday, 17 November 2013 15:37
On Nov. 1, agriculture giant Monsanto bought a 7-year-old firm called Climate Corporation for about $1 billion.  Founded by two former Google employees, Climate Corporation might be described as the expression of the "big data" movement in the farming sector. It combines decades of weather data from the USDA and National Weather Service, as well as its own proprietary live monitoring systems and radars, to better help farmers predict what yields will look like. It also sells them weather
UFO ovnis over Arica Chile 16th November
Sunday, 17 November 2013 15:37
Just what were these strange hovering lights filmed over Arica Chile on the November 16, 2013 ? Onis Chile Arica

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No One Showed Up To Watch The Dolphins-Chargers Game
Sunday, 17 November 2013 15:20
The Miami Dolphins have had a rough couple of weeks with the alleged Richie Incognito bullying scandal. And now, their fans won't even show up to watch them play at home. The Dolphins average 62,000 people, 25th in the NFL this year, at games. It doesn't look like even 60k people showed up for the Dolphins-Chargers game today. All of that orange is empty seats (via @derekburgan): Join the conversation about this story »    

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Illinois Man Describes How A Tornado Wiped Out His Neighborhood In Seconds
Sunday, 17 November 2013 15:04
CHICAGO (AP) — A resident of the central Illinois community of Washington says a tornado wiped out his house and his entire neighborhood in a matter of seconds. Michael Perdun tells The Associated Press that when he heard the sound of the tornado bearing down on his neighborhood Sunday morning he only had time to run downstairs, grab his 10-year-old daughter and crouch in the laundry room until the tornado swept through. He says when he walked up the stairs only the wall of his fireplace
Jaguars Player Rips Out Opponent's Hair On A Tackle
Sunday, 17 November 2013 14:52
The Arizona Cardinals were driving down the field with three minutes left in the third quarter when Jags defensive end Jason Babin tackled running back Andre Ellington and ripped out a piece of his hair. Babin walked away from the pile swinging Ellington's hair in his hand (via SB Nation): Join the conversation about this story »    

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It's A Busy Week For The Economy As The Government Works Off Its Data Backlog — Here's Your Complete Preview (DIA, SPY, QQQ)
Sunday, 17 November 2013 14:48
The stock market ended last week at a record high, even as the economy continues to be anemic. "From the perspective of central banks in most advanced economies, neither inflation rates nor activity indicators are at desired levels, though they are closer in the US and UK than in the euro area," said Barclays' Julian Callow on Friday. "Suppressed inflation spells easy policy." But not everyone agrees with Callow's assessment of inflation. (See below.) "Thirteen economic reports will be released
Sony Sells More Than 1 Million PlayStation 4 Consoles In First Day
Sunday, 17 November 2013 14:31
Sony sells more than 1M PlayStation 4 video game consoles in first 24 hours on the market NEW YORK (AP) — Sony says it sold more than 1 million of its PlayStation 4 video game consoles during their first 24 hours on the market. The consoles went on sale Friday in the U.S. and Canada. Andrew House, president and group CEO for Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., said in a release Sunday that sales remain strong in North America. The company will launch the gaining system in Europe and Latin
Liz Cheney's Sister Unloads On Her Over Gay Marriage Opposition
Sunday, 17 November 2013 13:47
Liz Cheney is trying to build momentum — any momentum — for her Senate candidacy in Wyoming. But she still hasn't even convinced her family.  Mary Cheney unloaded on comments her sister made about gay marriage on "Fox News Sunday," saying that Liz is on the "wrong side of history." So did Heather Poe, Mary's wife. "I love Mary very much, I love her family very much," Liz Cheney said on Fox News, defending her past stance of opposition to gay marriage despite the personal
College President Retirement Packages Rise Along With Tuition
Sunday, 17 November 2013 13:43
The former president of Brandeis earns $600,000 a year, even though he no longer teaches. Wellesley paid a former president $430,000 a year for two years after she retired. Northeastern pays a former president a pension of almost $210,000 a year, while he also teaches classes. Those were some of the rich packages for former university leaders documented by the Boston Globe, which reported on the effects of executive compensation on tuition. The Globe reported that the cost of higher education
Chris Hedges and Alexa O’Brien on Jeremy Hammond Sentence
Sunday, 17 November 2013 13:37
Via WeAreChange The post Chris Hedges and Alexa O’Brien on Jeremy Hammond Sentence appeared first on disinformation.

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