GREENSPAN, BERNANKE & YELLEN’S FUTURE HOME

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Posted on 16th May 2014 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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  1. BUCKHED says:

    One can only dream Jim…can I be the guy that sends them there ? I think walking the plank is a great idea .

    16th May 2014 at 12:41 pm

  2. IndenturedServant says:

    That’s not hell……it’s just Kazakhstan. Heaven and hell are just old school methods of controlling the sheople.

    16th May 2014 at 1:55 pm

  3. AWD says:

    All three were Jewish.

    Is Jewish hell the same as goy Hell?

    The biggest organized crime ring in the history of the world:

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    16th May 2014 at 2:06 pm

  4. harry p. says:

    i would love to see those fuckers launched in there via trebuchet,
    one can dream

    16th May 2014 at 3:00 pm

  5. N8 says:

    Haha that’s definitely the way to go harry

    16th May 2014 at 4:29 pm

  6. TE says:

    Silly Gentiles, Jews don’t have hell, that is a Christian creation.

    If you ever wonder how one so religious can be so evil, and they are Jewish, well, no hell, there you go.

    And I think most Christians operate under the “Olly, Olly, Oxenfree” rules of salvation, so they don’t think they are going either.

    Earth is hell for many, but not these bastards.

    16th May 2014 at 6:17 pm

  7. IndenturedServant says:

    My bad, that is actually Turkmenistan. From wikipedia:
    “The site was identified by Soviet scientists in 1971. It was thought to be a substantial oil field site. The scientists set up a drilling rig and camp nearby, and started drilling operations to assess the quantity of gas reserve available at the site. As the Soviets were pleased with the success of finding the gas resources, they started storing the gas. The ground beneath the drilling rig and camp collapsed into a wide crater and disappeared. No lives were lost in the incident. Large quantities of methane gas were released, however, creating an environmental problem and posing a potential danger to the people of the nearby villages.

    Fearing the further release of poisonous gases from the cavern, the scientists decided to burn it off. They thought that it would be safer to burn it than to extract it from underground through expensive methods. At that time, expectations were that the gas would burn out within a few weeks, but has continued to burn more than four decades after it was set on fire.

    16th May 2014 at 11:28 pm

  8. T4C says:

    I_S

    There is a similar area in Azerbaijan called Yanar Dag.

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    “Yanar Dag is a 116-meter hill located on top of a pocket of natural gas that constantly erupts into flames. These flames jet out at least three meters into the air, through a porous layer of sandstone. Unlike the other mud volcanoes of Azerbaijan, Yanar Dag has no seepage of mud or liquid, so the fire always burns.”

    “A 10-meter long wall of fire continuously burns alongside the edge of the hill. This makes for the most spectacular view, especially at night. The air around this open fireplace is always thick with the smell of gas. The heavy Absheron wind, twisting the flames into bizarre shapes, adds to the mystery of the region. Tongues of fire also rise from the surface of the streams located around the hill. These streams are called Yanar Bulaq, or ‘Burning Spring’.”

    “The springs’ water is saturated with sulfur, so even though they appear harmless, they are flammable enough to be ignited by a lit matchstick.”

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    “….the scientific explanation – Azerbaijan is a nation with enormous oil and gas reserves. So steady gas emissions from the underlying soils cause the surface of the land to sometimes erupt in flames. Yanar Dag wasn’t the only fire mountain in the country to begin with, but most of them went out after humans began to exploit these resources and the underground pressure reduced.”

    “Even today, the flames never fail to amaze tourists and locals alike. These natural fires have always inspired humans , and played a crucial role in the creation of mystical faiths like Zoroastrianism….(Z! You listening?!….centered on ceremonial fire cults. Yanar Dag is now a protected site, with extensive archeological studies being conducted in the area.

    http://www.odditycentral.com/travel/yanar-dag-the-eternally-burning-mountain-of-azerbaijan.html

    16th May 2014 at 11:54 pm

  9. T4C says:

    Dang. Here’s the pic that lost its way.

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    16th May 2014 at 11:55 pm

  10. IndenturedServant says:

    Thanks T4C. I’d love to see a natural feature like that around here. I know that there is a coal seam burning underground somewhere in PA I think. It’s been burning for decades. The town above it had to be permanently evacuated.

    Ten to fifteen years ago a wildfire broke out in north central Canada. This area is very remote with no human activity. There had been no lightening strikes in the area so they were confused as to what started the fire. They discovered that it was an underground coal seam that just happened to come to the surface where the fire “started”. Apparently the coal seam had caught fire hundreds of miles east of there decades ago and still burns underground today.

    17th May 2014 at 6:13 pm

  11. Kill Bill says:

    They dont know the significance of the six sided sign they portend to, AWD.

    It actually comes from Egyptian beliefs.

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    17th May 2014 at 11:15 pm

  12. Kill Bill says:

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    17th May 2014 at 11:17 pm

  13. Anonymous says:

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    17th May 2014 at 11:18 pm

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