Gates of Vienna News Feed 8/27/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 8/27/2012Dymphna and I got home from the Great Outback late this afternoon. I was hoping to put up some regular posts this evening, but it took me until almost midnight to catch up with the email and the skype messages. So more or less normal service will resume in the morning.

Meanwhile, you can read about Neil Armstrong and rockets from Gaza. Also, a man in Uganda broke into an Ebola ward and stole a cell phone from a dying Ebola patient. Cosmic justice has since intervened, and the thief is a now patient in the same ward, dying of Ebola himself.

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2 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 8/27/2012

  1. God is now having the last “Isaac” on the GOP convention and New Orleans. He is showing us that we are all wet.
    Steven Davis, A`Cuara Appraisal, Claremont, CA. Yes we DO know what’s shakin’. It’s down there and not, thankfully, up here about 150 miles north of where the earthquakes occurred.

  2. Swedish “Princess Lilian is a relative of Ann Romney”. So says Wiki.

    Lilian came over the North Sea, from the islands, Welsh, though, to marry the Swedish prince.

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