Wednesday, November 05, 2014

wednesday newstrip

This morning we've caught our first full glimpse of what it'll look like to own a smartphone made by the burning of fossil fuels ∙ Burkina Faso's interim President Isaac Zida said on Monday that the army would cede power to a transition government headed by a consensual leader. Military personnel & their families started venting their frustrations online within hours ∙ Israeli-based cyber security company Radware has profited from a spate of attacks on The International Panel on Climate Change ∙ is a plant really a plant if it dazzles the audience with a series of costume changes & gorgeous gowns? ∙ allegations of police complicity in the abuse of children in care in dog fighting rings will make Australia stop by the end of the century ∙ Prom Minister Toe Knee Ass-Bit says coal is still the foundation of prosperity for now & the foreseeable future since, like Microsoft, it has no leaves, no roots, & grows underground.


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