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Intense storm system blamed in the deaths of at least six people after it dumped sleet and snow in the Midwest and unleashed tornadoes in the South.

Childhood obesity rates appear to be falling.

KRQE provides some helpful tips for returning those unwanted Christmas presents.

You can no longer adopt a child from Russia.

Politics, politics, everywhere … even on your Starbucks cups.

A family in Albuquerque lost their home after it went up in flames on Christmas Day.

Christmas on the ISS.

Hobbit actors see how fast they can name all of the dwarves.

Creepy (sexy?) John Mayer Santa.

Who steals a baby Jesus from a nativity scene on Christmas? C’mon.

IRL online shopping.

Public Comments (1)
  • USS Reagan sailors bring lawsuit for Fukushima radiation damages  [ Wed Dec 26 2012 1:37 PM ]

    If I was a barely-making-the-rent staffer for the Alibi,

    I would be questioning myself about writing anything

    which might be considered dangerous by so-called

    "authorities". The totalitarian Obama regime may choose

    to slap you into indefinite military detention, like

    American Hero Bradley Manning. Murders are routinely

    covered-up by our proud military psychopaths.

    Maybe somebody around Albuquerque cares enough about

    their own misbegotten children to Face the Fukushima reality.

    Now, US Navy sailors are taking their own protection

    into their own hands, since our so-called Government is

    completely ruled by murderous mafiosi. With apologies to

    the real mafiosi, which often proved Patriotic in the past.

    You, the military enlistee, are shown to be considered

    valueless, in the face of Nuclear-Mafia-Yakuza-CIA pukes.


    Navy rescue workers sue Japan over Fukushima cover-up — “Irreparable harm to life expectancy” — Gov’t and Tepco conspired

    :Title: U.S. Sailors Sue Japan Over Fukushima

    Source: Courthouse News Service


    Date: Dec 26, 2012


    :Eight crew members of the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan, whose home port is San Diego, sued the Tokyo Electric Power Co. in Federal Court. [...]

    Lead plaintiff Lindsay R. Cooper claims Tokyo Electric (TEPCO) intentionally concealed the dangerous levels of radiation in the environment from U.S. Navy rescue crews working off the coast of Japan [...]

    The complaint states: “Defendant TEPCO and the government of Japan, conspired and acted in concert, among other things, to create an illusory impression that the extent of the radiation that had leaked from the site of the FNPP was at levels that would not pose a threat to the plaintiffs, in order to promote its interests and those of the government of Japan, knowing that the information it disseminated was defective, incomplete and untrue, while omitting to disclose the extraordinary risks posed to the plaintiffs who were carrying out their assigned duties aboard the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan.” [...]

    And, they say: “Defendants had actual and/or constructive knowledge of the properties of radiation that would ensure that, once released into the environment, radiation would spread further and in concentrations that would cause injury to the plaintiffs.” [...]

    The sailors say they “face additional and irreparable harm to their life expectancy, which has been shortened and cannot be restored to its prior condition.”



    How about it, all you AirForce Guys and Gals?

    What UP, UNM Nuclear "Program"?

    Are you going to keep pushing BULLSHIT while we all die,

    while your kids die? while your unborn child acquires

    birth-defects in the womb?

    Alibi staffers, keep your job, while you can.

    it is almost All Over.

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