(HAHAJK) – ”On the beach next to Princess Juliana International Airport in Maho, Sint Maarten, on the Dutch side of the Caribbean island of Saint Martin, watch as girl is blown hilarious backwards by the jet wash of a commercial airplane We don’t recommend trying this yourself…”
This looked like fun to this dimwit who wasn’t able to hold on to the fence. This is a thrill for those who are able to lift off without letting go of the fence. She obviously shouldn’t try flying this way.
- Video: Airplane Blast Blows Woman Head First Into Curb (newsfeed.time.com)
- St. Maarten: Paradise in Peril (greenantilles.com)
- Watch This Girl Get Blown Over By A Plane (hubballsbubble.wordpress.com)
AFGE | American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO – Privatized Meat Inspection Experiment Jeopardizes Your Food Safety
Privatized Meat Inspection Experiment Jeopardizes Your Food Safety
Thursday March 15, 2012
On January 27, 2012, the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) proposed a new inspection system for young poultry slaughter plants. The proposed rule places emphasis on quantity and quickness over quality. The current poultry inspection process allows for a line speed of 91 chickens per minute, while the new plan proposes a maximum line speed of 175 chickens per minute. In addition, the proposed rule will reduce the number of FSIS inspectors from four to two per line. One FSIS inspector – the carcass inspector – will be located near the end of the slaughter line and will visually examine each carcass. The second FSIS inspector – the verification inspector – will move along the slaughter line to continuously observe and evaluate the plant’s implementation of its Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plan.
We would like you to pass this along to your friends and family as well as to let your public officials and media representatives know about this change. For more information go to www.letthemeatchicken.com
More than a decade after a vengeful man doused her face in acid, Fakhra Younas jumped to her death in Rome.
“Had she been a politician’s daughter or a general’s daughter, then we would have seen what would have happened,” Ms. Durrani said. “But who was going to fight for a dancing girl?”