Fast and furious

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Start listening at 17:00, Adam and John talk about the star’s 0;death”. It has all the elements of the Michael Hastings hoax. Adam’s thesis is that this story is put into the media to distract from the latest investigation into the US Attorney General’s Eric Holder “Fast and Furious” gun to investigation. While Adam thinks that Walker was killed, I think there is no reason to kill people. Faking deaths is now a well known science – although they could kill chess players, why would they?


* Show Notes:

Anonjedi’s post on cluesforum: Apparently the crash happened at 3:30pm. Of course!…


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Blue Moon
Blue Moon(@blue-moon)
7 years ago

From Wickedpedo: On November 30, 2013, at approximately 3:30 p.m. PST, Walker and friend Roger Rodas,[35] age 38, left an event for Walker’s charity Reach Out Worldwide for victims of Typhoon Haiyan[36][37] in Rodas’ red 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. After leaving the event, the car crashed into a light pole and tree on Hercules Street, a 45 mph speed zone near Kelly Johnson Parkway in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California, after which the vehicle burst into flames.[36][38][39][40][41] The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department declared both victims dead at the scene.[39][42] Rodas died of multiple traumatic injuries, while Walker died from the… Read more »

8 years ago

Far more important than the “Fast and Furious” wreck event information on this show, is the slight analysis of the new method being taught for multiplications in mathematics. It is very important because it will be defining early how to think which leads to what to think far easier.

8 years ago
Reply to  ArmunnRigh

I don’t know about the multiplication being taught these days. In my day we had to memorize the multiplication tables. I do know though, through my granddaughter’s experience in 3rd grade, that there’s some weird way they’re teaching subtraction these days and the entire class cannot comprehend it. Really? No Child Left Behind (or whatever the more modern equivalent is) has screwed up subtraction? Honestly? I can’t even.