Friday, February 26, 2010

protest now Orca kills trainer at SeaWorld exhibit

Orca kills trainer at SeaWorld exhibit i am ordering the park close an the killer whale to be put down in protest the girl was only working she didnt do anything wrong, the enterprise knowed the animal was dangerous but money is first, they said the orca will stay there, the girl died and the sea world didnt do and wont do anything, because money is all they care. comments- fabiopamplonavideos (11 hours ago) Show Hide 0 Marked as spam
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| Remove | Block User It was very well done. At least once the orca experienced being free as it should have been all the time. The orca was designed for that. I hope the animal do it again with the others who are slavering it. xilo301 (56 minutes ago) Show Hide +1 Marked as spam
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| Remove | Block User @fabiopamplonavideos was not well done. the girl was only working she didnt do anything wrong, the enterprise knowed the animal was dangerous but money is first, they said the orca will stay there, the girl died and the sea world didnt do and wont do anything, because money is all they care. SuperShowtime44 (17 minutes ago) Show Hide Marked as spam
Reply | Remove all they care for is ths money if they re open the park it will be protest onceaponablake (14 hours ago) Show Hide 0 Marked as spam
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| Remove | Block User im sure if the whale thought she was a food source it would have ate her no probs...it was pissed off from being stuck up in a glass prison zaylana (1 day ago) Show Hide +7 Marked as spam
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| Remove | Block User i love how these guys do damage control...."a trainer was injured....a trainer slipped or fell into the pool". Every F'ing eyewitness has said that the whale came up and grabbed the trainer and shook her violently leading to her death. I;m no animal activist but im smart enough to know that these whales need to be set free...they were not born to do silly tricks for fat american tourists amusement 1COMODIN9 (1 day ago) Show Hide 0 Marked as spam
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| Remove | Block User Actually, the attack you described, is just the same as we see orcas perform on NatGeo or the Discovery Channel, coming from under and taking a seal, shaking it and baking it... how can we be sure than they can tell his trainer from a sea lion? fabiopamplonavideos (11 hours ago) Show Hide 0 Marked as spam
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| Remove | Block User @1COMODIN9 Ok, when it´s convenient for you you turn and think Orcas are stupid again. willieboy97 (1 day ago) Show Hide +1 Marked as spam
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| Remove | Block User i love Orcas ya but set this one free or somthing its not in shamus family it was brought by another aquarium that didnt want him i bet they abused him and this isnt his first kill or attack they need to help this whale any way they can MelloV32 (1 day ago) Show Hide 0 Marked as spam
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| Remove | Block User You do realize if they set him free he would die...he wouldn't know how to survive in the wild, just like any other animal in the zoo. post your comments now an stsy or bookmark this blog thanks

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Andrew Koenig, is dead at 41


The body of actor Andrew Koenig, 41, was found in Stanley Park in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday, his father, Walter Koenig, said.

Walter Koenig, best known for playing Pavel Chekov on the original "Star Trek" television series, said his son took his own life. Walter Koenig was with the group who discovered his son's body.

"Andrew had some very close friends here in Vancouver, he really felt this was home," Walter Koenig said at a Vancouver Police press conference. "Ten of them decided today (to make) yet another sweep of Stanley Park and invited me to join them."
A leak forced the partial closure and evacuation of Dubai Mall on Thursday as shoppers had to avoid a torrent of water gushing from its landmark aquarium.

Water poured out of the structure but none of the 33,000 sea creatures advertised as living inside, got out. The aquarium has the capacity to hold 10 million litres of water.

Dubai Civil Defence confirmed that the aquarium had developed a minor crack

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Plane crashes into Austin Texas office building 2/18/10

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news is quoting federal officials as saying the pilot had set his home ablaze before intentionally crashing plane into the building.
Paramedics have set up a triage center at the scene, though it is unclear how many people are injured. EMS officials said one person was unaccounted for.
“We have no idea right now if there are any patients, or how many,” Austin-Travis County EMS Assistant Director James Shamard said.
Mathilda Sanchez, a spokeswoman for the Seton Family of Hospitals, said University Medical Center Brackenridge received two patients, and that no other hospitals had received any.
The Internal Revenue Service has offices in the building, including its civil enforcement and criminal investigations divisions, said Special Agent Michael Lemoine, a spokesman for the criminal investigations division.
He said that some IRS offices are on the first floor, which Lemoine said was hit by the plane.
He said that the criminal investigations division personnel are safe and accounted for. He did not have information on the civil division workers, who conduct audits and other activity at the offices

According to an FBI agent who asked not to be identified because he isn’t authorized to release information, the incident is being investigated as an accident, although eyewitnesses said the plane seemed to come in at full throttle. He said the plane was out of Waco and that Federal Aviation Administration officials are en route to the scene. NEWS
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AUSTIN, Texas - A small plane crashed Thursday into a multistory office building in Austin, causing a fire and sending black smoke billowing from the seven-story structure, officials said. At least two people were injured and a third was unaccounted for.

Law enforcement officials in Austin said the pilot may have intentionally crashed the plane.

The aircraft hit the Echelon Building, which is next to a major highway in north AustinCNN is quoting federal officials as saying the pilot had set his home ablaze before intentionally crashing plane into the building.
Paramedics have set up a triage center at the scene, though it is unclear how many people are injured. EMS officials said one person was unaccounted for.
“We have no idea right now if there are any patients, or how many,” Austin-Travis County EMS Assistant Director James Shamard said.
Mathilda Sanchez, a spokeswoman for the Seton Family of Hospitals, said University Medical Center Brackenridge received two patients, and that no other hospitals had received any.
The Internal Revenue Service has offices in the building, including its civil enforcement and criminal investigations divisions, said Special Agent Michael Lemoine, a spokesman for the criminal investigations division.
He said that some IRS offices are on the first floor, which Lemoine said was hit by the plane.
He said that the criminal investigations division personnel are safe and accounted for. He did not have information on the civil division workers, who conduct audits and other activity at the offices

According to an FBI agent who asked not to be identified because he isn’t authorized to release information, the incident is being investigated as an accident, although eyewitnesses said the plane seemed to come in at full throttle. He said the plane was out of Waco and that Federal Aviation Administration officials are en route to the scene.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

angrey fans throws water bottlies on the basketball corut

Tiger Woods will end nearly three months of silence Friday when he speaks to the media for the first time about his middle-of-the-night accident that

tiger woods will make a a news conference or statement on friday Woods will talk to a small group of reports ao 11:00 am at ponte Vedra Beach Fla. home of the PGA tour

Monday, February 15, 2010

A climber fell into the crater on Mount St. Helens

a man fall into mount st.helens crater he was standing on the edge of cornice when it gave way an the man fall in

Friday, February 12, 2010

Shooting at alabama huntsville unv.3 killed 2/12/10

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bill clinton recovering from hart surgery 23/12/10

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Shooting at alabama huntsville unv.3 killed 2/12/10

Olympic georgian luger dies in training an run crash

VANCOUVER news The Winter Olympic Games opening ceremony was launched in a flurry of ticker-tape Friday in an event dedicated to Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili, who died earlier in a horror smash. The domed BC Place stadium in Vancouver was packed with thousands of people clad in white in an event involving a host of stars and linking Canada's past with the modern nation, including a welcome from Native peoples. Ahead of the start of the ceremony, organisers said it would include several elements in honour of Kumaritashvili who was killed after flying off the luge track at high speed and smashing into a metal pillar during a training run. As the Georgian team, dressed in red and wearing black armbands, marched into the stadium, the crowd cheered and stood to applaud. The show was being staged in front of International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge, Canadian governor general Michaelle Jean and the chiefs of the Four Host First Nations. Ice hockey great Wayne Gretzky was due to be among the torchbearers while flagbearers included ice hockey legend Bobby Orr, former Formula One world champion Jacques Villeneuve and actor Donald Sutherland. Performers featured on the programme included teenage musical prodigy Nikki Yanofsky and international stars Bryan Adams and Joni Mitchell. The two Korean teams were kept apart as the teams marched into the stadium. North Korea, listed as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, entered the stadium at number 23 while the South entered at number 45. The two nations have remained technically at war since their 1950-53 conflict ended only in an armistice. About 2,500 athletes from a record 82 countries are participating in the games, vying for medals in 86 events - including the newly added ski-cross competition. First-time Winter Olympic participants include the Cayman Islands, Colombia, Ghana, Montenegro, Pakistan, Peru and Serbia. The overall favorites include Germany and the United States - which finished first and second four years ago in Turin - and also Canada, a best-ever third in 2006 and now brashly proclaiming its intention to finish atop the medals table on its home turf. "We're still going to be nice, but we're going to be nice in winning," said Michael Chambers, president of the Canadian Olympic Committee. The Canadian team was scheduled to be the last contingent in the parade of nations at Friday's ceremony, marching behind flagbearer Clara Hughes, defending gold medalist in the 5,000- meter speedskating race. Just ahead in the parade will be the Americans. Their flagbearer is Mark Grimmette, 39, of Muskegon, Mich.,