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Beach, Panama, and Sunrise: Cloudy Morning Sunrise. Panama City Beach, FL [30.2526390, -85.9559570]

Cloudy Morning Sunrise. Panama City Beach, FL [30.2526390, -85.9559570]

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Beach, Panama, and Storm: After Morning Storm. Panama City Beach, FL [30.2522982, -85.9541663]

After Morning Storm. Panama City Beach, FL [30.2522982, -85.9541663]

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Taken, Beach, and Florida: Taken last year on my vacation to Panama City Beach, Florida.

Taken last year on my vacation to Panama City Beach, Florida.

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Taken, Beach, and Panama: Taken on a recent trip to Panama City Beach, FL.

Taken on a recent trip to Panama City Beach, FL.

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Beautiful, Beach, and Golf: A beautiful view of the golf of Mexico from Panama City beach

A beautiful view of the golf of Mexico from Panama City beach

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Conway, Fac, and Future: Anthrocon Inc 150 Wrenn Dr. Box 159, Cary, NE 27512 www.anthrocon.org PANAMA CITY BEACH 45 11 July 2017 Dear Mr Anthrocon strives to provide a positive social and artistic environment for its attendees. We greatly value the freedom of self-expression and encourage performance and other art forms that are intended to delight and inspire, we do not, however, welcome any such expression whose intention is to cause offense, outrage, or intimidation. These are contrary to the spirit of Anthrocon Your recent appearance in a fursuit incorporating the design of the Confederate battle flag drew some attention not for its artistry, but for a perceived political message that some attendees felt was intended to threaten or harass them. Again, we value free expression, but because of the potential to cause distress to our attendees, we must insist that this suit, or any other attire of such nature, not be displayed at Anthrocon in the future We would also like gently to remind you that in your eagerness to bring the suit into our poeino Davment yfter the fac but psp at Revis ratione we do not emited but please be advised that you will not be permitted to enter Anthrocon convention space in the future until the $60 fee for your 2017 membershi the membership fee for the current year, has been paid. in TR muel C Conway, Ph.D Chairman and CEO SCC/msw Anthrocon is a Pennsylvania-incorporated 501(c)7 nonprofit corporation Anthrocon" and the Anthrocon logo are registered servicemarks of Anthrocon, Inc.
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Curving, Fake, and Guns: ason, as indicated, you have to do your due diligence because you dont know who you are talking to or what you don't know In addition to having a 184 IQ, I also happen to have been awarded the Expert Marksman badge by the US Army and have fired everything from potato guns to rockets to 20 MM Vulcan Cannons. We do not account for the fake Coriolis Effect. We account for two things Windage and Elevation This is why there are only two adjustments on a scope. Hemisphere and spin are not factors. Like Reply 3 Yesterday at 16:41 1 ustin: Most of the people you are asking don't even understand the math or science behind what they blindly proffer as fact nor have they ever done any personal experimentation The Earth does not curve at 8 inches per mile squared. Distance to horizon is not 2.94 miles. Gravity does not exist and the formula for gravity and terminal velocity of 9.8m/s2 is easily disproven in thousands of ways. It does not spin at 1000 mph, nor is it orbiting the sun at 66,600 mph, nor is it hurling through space on yet another axis at over 500,000 mph. The surface that we are on is a flat motionless plane covered by a dome that rotates with the sun and moon close and overhead just above us in a completely enclosed system. Like Reply 4 Yesterday at 09:40 Jason, they're not well established and adding "international" to it means nothing. Good science is good observation. I started with the math because the math doesn't lie. Based on a 24,800 mile sphere, spherical trigonometry dictates that the measurable curve is 8 inches per mile squared. A sphere with "gravity" also dictates that you're always at the top of the sphere and everything curves down and away from you constantly. I live at the beach where I have unobstructed views in 3 cardinal direction:s If I'm not mistaken, Justin also lives on the Gulf. Here's all Justin needs to personally do to determine it for himself. Go to the shoreline with his daughters helium balloon. Look left and right. For me, thats east and west and I can see 20+ story buildings in Panama City Beach to the east and Destin Harbor to the west that should be 267 feet below the curve yet there they are...visible with the naked eye. Curvature disproven. Distance to horizon disproven. Next release the balloon that has mass and watch it magically defy gravity and rise in the air. Gravity disproven. Like Reply 4 Yesterday at 10:20 184 IQ flat-earther disproves gravity

184 IQ flat-earther disproves gravity

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Crying, DeMarcus Cousins, and Family: Human chain saves family from drowning IK @Regrann from @unknown_hazard_666 - “I honestly thought I was going to lose my family that day,” Roberta Ursrey said. “It was like, ‘Oh God, this is how I’m going.’ ” PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLA.— It was supposed to just be a quick trip to the beach, but the Saturday afternoon diversion to the water almost ended in unspeakable tragedy for Roberta Ursrey and her family. Ursrey and her husband, mother, nephews and sons were enjoying the sun and yellow-flag conditions near the M.B. Miller County Pier. Ursrey herself had just left the water, but when she turned around to look for her sons, she noticed they were much farther from shore than she remembered. Concerned, she started walking down the beach. And then she heard their screams. “They were screaming and crying that they were stuck,” Ursrey recalled in an interview Monday. “People were saying, ‘Don’t go out there.’ ” Unwilling to watch them drown, Ursrey and her family swam out to them, but the rip current was much stronger than they realized and despite her best efforts to escape, they were trapped as well. All in all, Ursrey said, nine people were stuck in about 15 feet of water, including her mother, who suffered a massive heart attack during the ordeal and very nearly died. “I honestly thought I was going to lose my family that day,” Ursrey said. “It was like, ‘Oh God, this is how I’m going.’ ” It might have been, had Jessica Simmons and her husband not decided on a last minute, beach-side dinner that afternoon. Or if she hadn’t stopped to pick up leftover trash and happened to grab a discarded boogie board, intending to keep it for when her godchildren visited. But sitting on the sandbar after a quick dip in the water, Simmons realized everyone on the beach was facing a different direction and pointing. “I automatically thought they had seen a shark,” Simmons said. “I ran back to shore and my husband ran over to them. ... That’s when I knew someone was drowning.” Simmons isn’t the type of person to stand by and watch someone in distress. Back in Alabama, where she’s from, Simmons said she once walked 11 miles after a tornado to help people clean up their mess. - regrann

@Regrann from @unknown_hazard_666 - “I honestly thought I was going to lose my family that day,” Roberta Ursrey said. “It was like, ‘Oh God,...

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Fail, Memes, and Old Man: Did We Finish Looking Into Those 1,700 Pentagon Child Porn Cases? Matthew Phelan 7/22/14 5:21pm 25.6K 13 Filed to PATRIARCHY v @Regrann from @smoke_and_mirrors_911 - Shared this story a while back, with all the pizzagate on here I thought it should be put back out there. ======================. Way back in January 2011, the Boston Globe discovered that Defense Department investigators had failed to finish reviewing 1,700 cases of Pentagon employees (and contractors) purchasing and downloading child pornography—finishing off a review of 5,200 cases that had been submitted to them by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE), which has the unenviable task of pursuing that sort of thing. Within the week, contrite members of the Department of Defense Inspector General's office had contacted the Globe vowing to correct this ghastly oversight: Gordon S. Heddell, the Department of Defense's inspector general, said in a statement to the Globe that his office is working aggressively to correct the mishandling of cases identified in a multidepartment government probe called Operation Flicker. "I can assure those with questions that my office is conducting an aggressive pursuit of anyone implicated in Operation Flicker and that it is a key investigative priority,'' Heddell said in his first public statement on the matter. Three and half years later, perhaps it's worth asking how that went. Gordon S. Heddell stepped down from his post in December 2011 a few days before Christmas, but a few Pentagon cases from Operation Flicker's investigation have been successfully prosecuted. Working with ICE, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS! Like the show!) managed to convict a 40-year old man, Carlton Williams, for possessing "over 6,000 images and 100 videos depicting children engaged in sexually explicit conduct, including prepubescent children under the age of 12." A contractor working at the U.S. Naval Support Activity Center in Panama City Beach, Florida was also arrested and, according to legal records accessed via PACER, has plead guilty and will serve a sentence of nine years and one month. - regrann
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