Shoreham pilot: ‘Aviation fuel runs through his veins’

March 24, 2019

When the 1950 s Hawker Hunter struck queuing traffic on 22 August 2015, it became the most severe breath reveal accident in Britain since 31 people lost their lives at Farnborough in 1952. For Mr Hill, who miraculously escaped with his life after being thrown from the cockpit, it was a nighttime chapter in a decades-long love affair with flying. “He has aviation fuel leading through his veins, ” said…

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This Theory Explains Why Tyrion Looks Distressed In The New Trailer

March 12, 2019

“Game of Thrones”  dead Starks rising from the grave, and you’re ready for trailer No. 2. But before you move on, there’s one question that begs further discussion: Uh, what’s the deal with Tyrion? George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels, is shown in the trailer just for a brief second, looking up and appearing somewhat distressed. The moment got us wondering what he was looking at, and,…

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Amy Klobuchar’s funny speech gives her a lift

March 5, 2019

( CNN) It was midway through George W. Bush’s first word and the Senate Majority Leader, Tom Daschle, was being hammered for being an obstructionist. More specifically, he was being accused of using the influence of the Senate to frustrate the will of the President. As luck would have it, or perhaps a bit of strategy, Daschle agreed to be the Democratic orator at the Gridiron Dinner. Klobuchar: Have I…

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Five things to know for February 4: Super Bowl, Ralph Northam, Pope Francis

March 5, 2019

(CNN)Today is Facebook’s 15th birthday. See how this college experiment at Harvard changed the world (for better and worse). Here’s what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get “5 Things You Need to Know Today” delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.) Well this sounds familiar, doesn’t it: The New England Patriots are Super Bowl champs. Tom Brady,…

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Bluebird: ‘Lock it away and interest will wane’

March 2, 2019

On 4 January 1967, Campbell had propelled the machine to its required limits in an attempt to smash-up through the 300 mph( 480 km/ h) barrier. Unable to seized it back under control, his hydroplane violently lifted from the lake’s surface before smashing down with ferocious, frightening force. Its pilot, perhaps the last from an era of great British adventurers, paid the ultimate price. Those final, foreboding times, captured in…

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Trump’s a complete moron, start to finish’

March 1, 2019

“He’d be funny if he didn’t have the influence he has, ” she told the outlet, can be attributed to Trump. “He’s sort of a pretend, fake President. He’s a complete moron, start to finish.” JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS CALLS TRUMP A’ PRETEND PRESIDENT’:’ I’M NOT A FAN’ In the interview, Louis-Dreyfus showed that lawmakers are “just people” like everybody else. But she reportedly has conflicting feelings about that realization. It “is…

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Lena Headey Channels Game Of Thrones Character Cersei Lannister To Slay Troll

March 1, 2019

British actress Lena Headey channeled the ruthless character that she portrays in HBO’s epic fantasy drama “Game of Thrones” to shut down an Instagram troll on Tuesday. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lena Headey (@iamlenaheadey) on Feb 12, 2019 at 2:55am PST View this post on Instagram A post shared by Lena Headey (@iamlenaheadey) on Feb 11, 2019 at 10:16pm PST RELATED… 'Game Of Thrones' Is…

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The most talked-about moments from a mostly somnolent SB LIII

February 23, 2019

(CNN)Another Super Bowl is in the books, and let’s just say it was OK. It was adequate. It was a football game that was played to completion. But the night wasn’t without a few moments that got people talking. Here are some highlights from a mostly somnolent SB LIII. People had opinions about Adam Levine’s nipples Maroon 5’s Adam Levine slowly molted throughout the halftime show, shedding a jacket, then…

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