I mean, I'm not the only one who's seeing all this, right? Someone on the NSC must be able to put this together without someone having to put together an infographic and slide show.
PD.com: Like a fraternity of drunken clowns, hopped up on goofballs, beating one-another to a bloody pulp with bricks; the maniacal laughter increases exponentially as someone runs off to get a cinder-block.
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I read a thing about Interface, Inc. a while back. Back in '96, they started moving away from petroleum based new products, and started going with recycling, making their carpet systems modular, and a whole lot of other shit I don't remember so well. Their profits went through the roof, since they recycled all the carpeting they recovered when they installed by turning it all into some other product they sell, but I forget by how much. The initial investment WAS a large one, though.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been criticised online for live-tweeting the killing of Osama Bin Laden as if it were happening today.
It has shared details of the mission that led to America's most-wanted man being found five years ago in Pakistan.
But reaction has been largely negative, with one Twitter user calling the move "grotesque and embarrassing".
Others posted memes and gifs of people rolling their eyes and putting their heads in their hands.
The CIA's other tweets mostly concern historical trivia and artefacts.