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Rubio runs into Protesters

http://www.wpbf.com/news/rubio-tours-algae-area/40279850
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Rubio told reporters that what he saw during his tour was catastrophic and an ecological disaster.

Protesters held signs blaming "big sugar" for the bloom.

Rubio said that if he believed sugar was the only contributor he would do everything to stop it.


He said that before the problem can be fixed, several things need to happen:

-Convincing the Army Corps of Engineers to completely stop the flow of water for a short period of time to flush everything out

- Getting the governor to ask for an emergency declaration from the president

- Getting the CDC to access the long-term health risks

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Who the fugg gives a fugg what he fugging believes?

Freaking wow - Euro2016 - spoiler

It's Wales 3-1 - Belgium out.

That means a Portugal v Wales semi-final - first big time semi ever for Wales. First British team in a semi in 20 years.

I was watching Serena Williams playing fellow American Christina McHale

and nearly dropped to the ground when I heard the male commentator refer to the American getting the better of Serena.
Serena won 7-6;2-6; 6-4. That's why we need BLM. Serena isn't American enough apparently. Go Serena- we want 22

Hubble captures vivid auroras in Jupiter’s atmosphere - Beautiful!

https://www.spacetelescope.org/news/heic1613/
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Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System, is best known for its colourful storms, the most famous being the Great Red Spot. Now astronomers have focused on another beautiful feature of the planet, using the ultraviolet capabilities of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.

The extraordinary vivid glows shown in the new observations are known as auroras [1]. They are created when high energy particles enter a planet’s atmosphere near its magnetic poles and collide with atoms of gas. As well as producing beautiful images, this programme aims to determine how various components of Jupiter’s auroras respond to different conditions in the solar wind, a stream of charged particles ejected from the Sun.

This observation programme is perfectly timed as NASA’s Juno spacecraft is currently in the solar wind near Jupiter and will enter the orbit of the planet in early July 2016. While Hubble is observing and measuring the auroras on Jupiter, Juno is measuring the properties of the solar wind itself; a perfect collaboration between a telescope and a space probe [2].

“These auroras are very dramatic and among the most active I have ever seen”, says Jonathan Nichols from the University of Leicester, UK, and principal investigator of the study. “It almost seems as if Jupiter is throwing a firework party for the imminent arrival of Juno.”

Trump Institute Offered Get-Rich Schemes With Plagiarized Lessons

Rachel is exposing it - Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah - another scam!!
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But Mr. Trump also lent his name, and his credibility, to a seminar business he did not own, which was branded the Trump Institute. Its operators rented out hotel ballrooms across the country and invited people to pay up to $2,000 to come hear Mr. Trump’s “wealth-creating secrets and strategies.”

And its customers had ample reason to ask whether they, too, had been deceived.

As with Trump University, the Trump Institute promised falsely that its teachers would be handpicked by Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump did little, interviews show, besides appear in an infomercial — one that promised customers access to his vast accumulated knowledge. “I put all of my concepts that have worked so well for me, new and old, into our seminar,” he said in the 2005 video, adding, “I’m teaching what I’ve learned.”


Reality fell far short. In fact, the institute was run by a couple who had run afoul of regulators in dozens of states and had been dogged by accusations of deceptive business practices and fraud for decades. Similar complaints soon emerged about the Trump Institute.

Yet there was an even more fundamental deceit to the business, unreported until now: Extensive portions of the materials that students received after paying their seminar fees, supposedly containing Mr. Trump’s special wisdom, had been plagiarized from an obscure real estate manual published a decade earlier.

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- can you imagine this Con artist in the WH???

Nightmare plane crash - Oops!

He was hallucinating - Ambien

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/wash-man-takes-ambien-calls-911-plane-crash-article-1.2693986
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A 75-year-old high on Ambien survived a nightmare plane crash.

A disoriented Washingtonian frantically called 911 to report that his small plane had gone down near Seattle — but the alleged wreck was nothing but a sleeping pill-fueled dream, officials said.

The man, who was not identified, took half an Ambien pill before bed last month because he was recovering from surgery and had trouble sleeping, he told KOMO News.

But hours into his slumber, the man called emergency dispatch. He told them that his small cargo plane had crashed on its way from his hometown of Renton, just south of Seattle, to Oregon. The other three people in the plane were unconscious, he told the 911 dispatcher.

Oh My! Boris Johnson rules himself out of Tory leadership race after Gove ditches him

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/30/boris-johnson-rules-himself-out-of-tory-leadership-race-brexit-eu-referendum
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Boris Johnson has unexpectedly ruled himself out of the Conservative leadership race hours after his key ally Michael Gove announced a challenge for the top job, on a turbulent morning.

Speaking at a hotel in central London, where he had been expected to launch his candidacy, Johnson gave an upbeat speech, saying the agenda for the next prime minister was for the UK to become a more outward-looking nation that resets its relationship with Europe.

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The backstabbing among British Cons is breath-taking.

Latest from Florida - $24 million found in the walls

So cops raided a home in a very upscale neighborhood in Dade County only to discover 24million dollars in buckets in the walls.

http://www.local10.com/news/miami-dade-drug-bust-yields-24-million-in-cash
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A raid of the home of a suspected Miami-Dade drug trafficker turned up a whopping $24 million in cash, all sealed in buckets.

Tuesday's bust also turned up several packages of steroids and a high-powered automatic weapon.

Based on information from the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Miami-Dade Police Narcotics Bureau raided the Miami Lakes home of Luis Hernandez-Gonzalez and Salma Hernandez.

During the raid, authorities found the buckets concealed within the walls of the home. The money was grouped in bundles of $100 bills.

Hernandez-Gonzalez, 44, is the owner of Blossom Experience, a Miami store that specializes in equipment to facilitate indoor gardening.
Hernandez-Gonzalez was being investigated as part of a group trafficking marijuana out of Tennessee. The investigation includes wiretaps of Hernandez-Gonzalez sharing tips with an unnamed person on how to properly care for marijuana plants.

So Don the Con is no longer blaming Dumbya for ISIS

What a lying ReTHUG flip-flopping scumbag

GEM$NBComcast just cut into a Press Conference with three Presidents

for Don the Con's bullshit
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