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Aug 19 20:03

Gregory Mannarino: Prelude To THE BIG ONE

Aug 19 20:03

Safe Haven Appeal Sends Gold Above $1,500

Aug 19 19:32

11 Reasons Why So Many Experts Believe That A U.S. Economic Crisis Is Imminent

By Michael Snyder

The numbers are telling us that we have never been closer to the next recession than we are right now. The storm clouds that were gathering on the horizon are now directly above us, and suddenly the mainstream media is filled with stories about when the next recession will begin and the effect that this may have on President Trump’s chances of winning in 2020. In fact, there has been so much chatter about this that even President Trump is talking about it. All over television, experts are breathlessly speculating about when the coming recession will begin, and they are dispensing lots of advice about how people should be preparing for it.

So what evidence has led so many of these talking heads to come to such a conclusion?

Well, the following are 11 reasons why so many experts now believe that a U.S. economic crisis is imminent…

Aug 19 19:29

Apple accidentally 'unpatches' bug in iOS 12.4, leaving users with the latest version of the software vulnerable to hackers

Apple has inadvertently unpatched a bug in its iOS that makes users with the newest software able to jailbreak phones, but also leaves them vulnerable to attack.

The bug, identified over the weekend by security researchers, was previously identified by Google analysts and patched in iOS 12.3, but a recent transition to 12.4 which was released in July, has given the more than 100-day-old flaw new life.

According to anonymous researchers who spoke to Motherboard, the bug significantly lowers the barrier for hackers looking to steal users' data.

Aug 19 19:27

Revealed: Flight logs prove Duke of York's Epstein girl WAS at key locations and on each occasion Prince Andrew was never far away - so now will he help her lawyers?

Pressure was mounting on Prince Andrew last night to answer questions about his paedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein.

Young victims of Epstein begged the Duke of York to help them get justice as the prince was offered the opportunity to give sworn testimony on 'everything he knows'.

After the duke declared himself 'appalled' at reports of the US financier's sex abuse of teenage girls, he was offered the chance to stand by his word and help their cases.

Lawyers said they looked forward to sitting down with Prince Andrew 'as soon as possible', suggesting that he go on the record about Epstein, whom he once reportedly vowed to 'be loyal' to.

Today it can be revealed that flight logs, obtained by the Daily Mail, show that one of Epstein's victims, 'sex-slave' Virginia Roberts, was flown to London, New York and the Caribbean in 2001.

She has claimed that as a 17-year-old she met the duke in all three places...

Aug 19 19:24

Threat to kill alleged over $10,000 bet that the Earth is flat

A $10,000 bet between two Queenstown men over whether the Earth is flat or round resulted in one being charged with threatening to kill the other.

Jamie Mathew Sutherland, 36, car groomer, of Frankton, denied threatening to kill Louie Lanz in Queenstown on February 14 - an incident which resulted from a dinner the pair had attended a couple of months earlier, during which the bet was made.

Giving evidence in the Queenstown District Court before Judge Bernadette Farnan this morning, Lanz, a tennis instructor, said the pair had known each other since primary school and over dinner in Queenstown he spoke about ''the flat Earth, because I believe it's flat''.

"I said 'I will bet you $10,000 it's flat'.

"Mr Sutherland quickly jumped on that bet - we shook hands and then he said 'you owe me $10,000'.''

Aug 19 18:28

A Wobbling Stock Market

Aug 19 18:26

Elton John defends Harry and Meghan's use of private jets

Sir Elton John has defended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's use of private jets - and said he paid to carbon offset their trip to his French home.

The singer said he provided Prince Harry, Meghan and their son Archie with his private plane to "maintain a high level of much-needed protection".

The royal couple have faced criticism after newspapers claimed they took four private jet journeys in 11 days, including to Sir Elton's home in Nice.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment.

Aug 19 18:24

Tourette's charity demands apology after failing to see the funny side of award-winning Edinburgh Fringe gag about the condition

A Tourette's charity has demanded an apology after a 'rubbish' joke about the condition won best pun at the Edinburgh fringe festival.

Tourettes Action called on Swedish comedian Olaf Falafel to say sorry for his one-liner: 'I keep randomly shouting out 'broccoli' and 'cauliflower' - I think I might have florets.'


The vegetable pun was deemed the best by 2,000 voting members of the public to win the 12th annual Dave's Joke of the Fringe award, after being shortlisted by an expert panel.

It saw off competition from jokes about nepotism, semaphore, antidepressants, Brexit, and cowboys.

Kate Stone, one of the experts, told the BBC: 'It's a good one, it's a pun, everyone kind of recognises it as... it's intended to be a joke and I think that's one of the things that matters the most for this.'

But Suzanne Dobson, who is chief executive of Tourettes Action, said it was 'rubbish' and 'shame on Dave'.

Aug 19 17:04

World-first LSD trial in Auckland could open door to its use as medicine

Auckland University is looking to trial the effects of small doses of LSD on healthy people, which could eventually pave the way for its potential use as a medicine.

Its application comes on the back of overseas research showing promising results from using psychedelic substances LSD and psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, to treat conditions as diverse as PTSD, existential distress in palliative patients and addiction to smoking.

The application for the world's first randomised-controlled trial of LSD microdosing, at Auckland University's Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, is seeking final approval and aims to start next year.

*PPV sorry*

Aug 19 16:36

CNET Journalist Promotes 5G as Safe Even When Telecom Execs Say They Have No Evidence That It Is

By B.N. Frank

In February, the Telecom Industry gave congressional testimony that they have NO scientific evidence that exposure to 5G is safe. This being said, it’s always bizarre and annoying when journalists defend it.

CNET Science Editor Jackson Ryan must not have gotten that memo. Then again, maybe Jackson prefers living in a fantasy world remaining completely oblivious to any research that has already determined exposure to all sources of wireless radiation is harmful – not just 5G...

Aug 19 16:18

Jaw-dropping video proves CNN host Chris Cuomo is a mentally unstable psychopath… no wonder he fits right in

Liberals are bending over backwards trying to defend the reputation of CNN host Chris Cuomo, who was recently captured on video engaging in a profanity-laden tirade against a supporter of President Donald Trump, whom Cuomo threatened to throw down the stairs in an act of violent rage.

Aug 19 15:50

Fluoride Exposure During Pregnancy Associated with Lower IQ scores in Children

Is maternal fluoride exposure during pregnancy associated with childhood IQ in a Canadian cohort receiving fluoridated water?

In this prospective birth cohort study, fluoride exposure during pregnancy was associated with lower IQ scores in children aged 3 to 4 years.

Fluoride exposure during pregnancy may be associated with adverse effects on child intellectual development, indicating the possible need to reduce fluoride intake during pregnancy...

Aug 19 14:00

HMMMM...Are We Headed for a Recession?

Aug 19 13:58

Trump Driving Dollar OFF A CLIFF!