Crazy Russians who organised themselves into a grassroots campaign to stop drivers using the sidewalk. In this one they are having an argument with a guy they just forced back onto the road, when out of nowhere rolls up a Russian gangster dressed in a track suit and carrying an AK. Lol!!!! Only in Russia.
It's an extraordinary possibility - the idea that living organisms are floating in the clouds of Planet Venus.But this is what astronomers are now considering after detecting a gas in the atmosphere they can't explain.That gas is phosphine - a molecule made up of one phosphorus atom and three hydrogen atoms.On Earth, phosphine is associated with life, with microbes living in the guts of animals like penguins, or in oxygen-poor environments such as swamps.For sure, you can make it industrially, but there are no factories on Venus; and there are certainly no penguins.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-54133538
I'm fortunate enough to say that I have, but only one that I can remember. It happened a long time ago, when I was still very young.I dreamed I was walking through my middle school playground with Robin Hood, (who was actually Errol Flynn dressed as Robin Hood). We were talking and then I suddenly realised I was dreaming.Unfortunately, the moment I realised this it felt like something pulled me out of the dream back into reality and I was awake. I couldn't control it once I knew I was dreaming.Never happened again that I know about, but I smoke a lot of pot and pot wipes out your short term memory (hence recollection of dreams). A dream has to be very very strong now for me to remember it when I wake up.
Alexei Navalny: Russia opposition leader poisoned with Novichokhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-54002880This is the second Novichok attack against dissidents by the Russians in two years. And there was the Litvinenko case before that. When it is so blatant that the Russian state is sanctioning murder I think we all should be worried.
Of course I'll watch it, but I don't necessarily think they should have made it. Some things belong in their place in history and shouldn't be brought into the present. I heard they are going to make yet another Indiana Jones movie too, and another Ghostbusters.What is wrong with these people? Leave my childhood alone please. 🤢
I used to play the first one, Tales of the Unknown, back in the late 80s and early 90s. Probably the best game I ever played of that era. The original RPG. Very excited that they've remastered them and I've managed to pick up a copy.Anybody else ever played these treasures? You can keep your Skyrim and your Dark Souls. These games rule.
A 33-year-old single man from Bloemfontein in South Africa died on Valentine's Day afternoon after he masturbated 62 times in a row. It has been reported that the man, identified as Davido Mabuza, self-pleasured himself a world record 62 times, before dying of a heart attack.https://en.dailypakistan.com.pk/19-Feb-2018/man-dies-after-masturbating-62-times-in-a-row-on-valentine-s-day#:~:text=CAPE%20TOWN%20%2D%20A%2033%2Dyear,dying%20of%20a%20heart%20attack.
Abuse of women and children was covered-up by senior members of a disgraced religious sect, according to a report leaked to the BBC.All five surviving leaders of the now-defunct Jesus Army were found to have colluded with sexual offenders through their handling of complaints.The report followed an inquiry commissioned by the church in 2017.The Jesus Fellowship Church Trust (JFCT) declined to comment when approached by the BBC.Last year it apologised to anyone "who experienced harm in the past" and urged victims to contact police.The Jesus Army was a cult-like religious movement that sprang up in Northamptonshire in the 1970s and established a sprawling community of houses.Last year it dissolved after the BBC revealed hundreds of former members were seeking damages for alleged sexual, physical and psychological abuse.Ten people from the church have been convicted of sex offences.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-53450901