The answer has to be no. https://t.co/GsDn1LmNbw
— Matt Edwards (@engineershope) September 15, 2019
Good news is my heart held out on this one. Little questionable at the end. Will be keeping high intensity rides at 50 miles or less for a bit.
Officers rushed out to the branch of the furniture store in Braehead, Glasgow, after reports of people turning up to the shop and hiding in cupboards, fridges and beds.
Why? Blame Facebook!
The bizarre story comes after more than 2,000 people signed up to a Facebook event set up to take the childhood game into Glasgow’s branch of the Swedish megastore.
Seems more effective for this giant game of hide-and-seek versus other Facebook gag events such as “show up with your fan and blow away the hurricane.”
And then there was that lets all storm Area 51 event. Unfortunately, it was cancelled.
interviewer: how are you with excel
me: i hate it
interviewer: an experienced user then
— rocket (@tweetsbyrocket) September 12, 2019
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s acting chief scientist said in an email to colleagues Sunday that he is investigating whether the agency’s response to President Trump’s Hurricane Dorian tweets constituted a violation of NOAA policies and ethics.
Amateur satellite trackers say they believe an image tweeted by President Trump on Friday came from one of America’s most advanced spy satellites.
And no one is “guessing” here:
Both techniques suggest the pictures were snapped by USA 224, which flew near the site at 2:14 p.m. local time. “The match was perfect, basically,” Langbroek says.