Amanda Knox, Freemasonry, and the Monster of Florence

Between 1968 and 1985, 16 people were brutally murdered around the foothills of Tuscany; In 2002, the death of an Italian doctor was alleged to involve an elaborate ring of  Satanic cultists connected to the Society of Freemasons; and in 2011, American student Amanda Knox was acquitted of the murder of her British roommate in what was suggested to be some sort of Satanic sacrificial orgy. How are these three events connected? By an Italian prosecutor named Giuliano Mignini.

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When Kids with Lasers Attack

Picture this: You’re a commercial airline pilot, about to finish up that five hour flight from Atlanta to Seattle, on approach to the runway. It’s late at night, you’re tired, and you just want to get home and watch the newest episode of Glee…then, out of nowhere, a green laser beam hits you in the eye, temporarily blinding you and making you shout obscenities to your co-pilot.

This is not only something that happens for real, but it can be real dangerous too.

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NYC Mayor Blames Steve Jobs for Crime

Billionaire, philanthropist, and New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has a new theory about the recent crime wave that has hit the city: the iDevice. In other words, the Big Apple is blaming Apple. How’s that for irony! Is this a credible claim though? Well, as I explain below, sort of.

Note: He didn’t actually blame Steve Jobs himself, I took some dramatic license there.

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The Man Who Brought Down a Bank

The other night, I watched a movie called “Rogue Trader” based on an autobiography written by a man named Nick Leeson. If you were born in the late 80’s or early 90’s, you probably don’t remember him; however, to people of an older generation, he was infamously remembered as the man whose actions single-handedly brought down the oldest bank in the world.

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