The triangular anomaly has rows of seven light-like dots that have been likened to an alien base. It can be found on the Google Moon at coordinates 22042'38.46N and 142034'44.52E.
Excerpts of CIA animation: "What did the eyewitnesses see?"; see more at
Protesters in Portland, Ore., showed up at the doors of city hall carrying actual pitchforks and torches, to express their anger about proposals to change laws related to homelessness in the progressive city.
'Tom Secker' hosts "ClandesTime" episode 002 (note: it's worthwhile viewing entire 52 min. video, when possible) -- ^ of course, watch with 'grain of salt' (as this supposed British security services 'expose' may contain cheekily embedded disinfo. aspects, alongside quite interesting info.)
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University of Toronto tech start-up aims to replace passwords & card/key entry
with [ultra-personalized surveillance] cardiac monitoring gadgets.

Sister Megan Rice asks judge to sentence her to life in prison; 2 other activists get 5 years each
Polybius is a supposed arcade game featured in an Internet urban legend. According to the story, the Tempest-style game was released to the public in 1981, and caused its players to go insane, causing them to suffer from intense stress, horrific nightmares, and even suicidal tendencies. A short time after its release, it supposedly disappeared without a trace. Not much evidence for the existence of such a game has ever been discovered.[1]
Nestle says the products may have been affected by a meat recall by Rancho Feeding Corp. that was announced last week.

Rancho is recalling more than 8.7 million pounds of beef products after regulators said that it processed diseased and unhealthy animals without a full inspection. The USDA says the products were unfit for human consumption.