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  • On 28 Jul 2014 in The Challenges of being an older college student, thunderlips11 said:

    jvolstad says

    What is really challenging is being two or three times the age of my fellow classmates.

    I bet it's Challenging for you.

  • On 28 Jul 2014 in YES! Assless chaps make a comeback, thunderlips11 said:

    lostand confused says

    In the spirit of equality mandates

    THAT is closer to 90% of Sturgis attendees. Grandma's saggy tush.

  • On 28 Jul 2014 in No BBC Video Removal Scandal After All; Evidence of Military Planes Shadowing MH, thunderlips11 said:

    komputodo says

    Oh hell..That settle that. Never doubt the words of AP and highly placed rebels.

    Here are the rebel's words in context, from Reuters International (not the US version of course, you'd seldom get the nuance there):

    Khodakovsky accused the Kiev authorities for provoking what may have been the missile strike that destroyed the doomed airliner, saying Kiev had deliberately launched air strikes in the area, knowing the missiles were in place.

    "I knew that a BUK came from Luhansk. At the time I was told that a BUK from Luhansk was coming under the flag of the LNR," he said, referring to the Luhansk People’s Republic, the main rebel group operating in Luhansk, one of two rebel provinces along with Donetsk, the province where the crash took place.

    "That BUK I know about. I heard about it. I think they sent it back. Because I found out about it at exactly the moment that I found out that this tragedy had taken place. They probably sent it back in order to remove proof of its presence," Khodakovsky told Reuters on Tuesday.

    "The question is this: Ukraine received timely evidence that the volunteers have this technology, through the fault of Russia. It not only did nothing to protect security, but provoked the use of this type of weapon against a plane that was flying with peaceful civilians," he said.

    "They knew that this BUK existed; that the BUK was heading for Snezhnoye," he said, referring to a village 10 km (six miles) west of the crash site. "They knew that it would be deployed there, and provoked the use of this BUK by starting an air strike on a target they didn’t need, that their planes hadn’t touched for a week."

    "And that day, they were intensively flying, and exactly at the moment of the shooting, at the moment the civilian plane flew overhead, they launched air strikes. Even if there was a BUK, and even if the BUK was used, Ukraine did everything to ensure that a civilian aircraft was shot down."

    Compare this version to the Washington Neocon Examiner's article.


    So one rebel leader's opinion is that it could have been DPR. Other rebels and Russia say it was the Su-25 AAM that did it. The US claims it has proof, but isn't showing it. Other US officials say they don't know.

    The Office of the Director of National Intelligence admitted that the US does not know who fired the surface-to-air missile.


    The officials did not provide satellite imagery of the missile launch despite some suggestions that the US does have that material.


    Generally, the US is very upfront about embarassing countries they don't like by revealing satellite images and other evidence.

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