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For Treefrog

Posted by goldielocks @ 23:24 on April 28, 2015  

Not that you need it but here’s a interesting site on gardening.


Baltimore is a Democrate problem.

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:28 on April 28, 2015  


Ipso 16:51

Posted by goldielocks @ 22:22 on April 28, 2015  

Obama blames GOP for riots. Not his police militarizing or race baiting or poverty resulting from attack on capitalism over socialism.
Deal with Feds over militarizing police

PS still waiting for the IRAN incident excuse.

Top 10 list bring you the top 10 ICBMs by range

Posted by eeos @ 22:06 on April 28, 2015  

Russia’s Satan missile takes the cake

Been beaten silly

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:48 on April 28, 2015  

Eagle Hill Exploration Announces Positive Preliminary Economic Assessment with 23.6% Pre-tax IRR for the Windfall Lake Gold Project in Quebec, Canada


Yamana Gold Announces First Quarter 2015 Results

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:41 on April 28, 2015  



Posted by ipso facto @ 16:34 on April 28, 2015  

We’ll see how he screws this one up. Maybe he’ll just ignore the whole thing.

The truth about militias O doesn’t want you to see,

Posted by goldielocks @ 15:53 on April 28, 2015  


Police nullify Fed Militarization program.

Posted by goldielocks @ 15:42 on April 28, 2015  



Posted by goldielocks @ 15:38 on April 28, 2015  

Watch obummer try to down play it. Just a isolated incident.

U.S. says Iranian forces fire on and board cargo ship in Gulf

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:19 on April 28, 2015  

(Reuters) – Iranian forces boarded a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo ship in the Gulf on Tuesday after patrol boats fired warning shots across its bow and ordered it deeper into Iranian waters, the Pentagon said.

U.S. planes and a destroyer were monitoring the situation after the vessel, the MV Maersk Tigris, made a distress call in the Strait of Hormuz, one of the world’s most important oil shipping channels.

Iran’s Tasnim news agency quoted an unidentified source who sought to play down the incident, saying it was a civil matter with no military or political dimension. But the Pentagon described it as an apparent provocation.

The incident came as the United States and five other global powers aim to secure a final nuclear deal with Iran by the end of June.

Under the accord Tehran, which denies seeking to build nuclear weapons, would win sanctions relief in return for slashing the number of its uranium enrichment centrifuges and accepting intrusive international inspections.

Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television earlier said an Iranian force fired on and seized a U.S. cargo ship with 34 U.S. sailors on board, and directed it to the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas. But the Pentagon spokesman said there were no U.S. citizens on board the ship.

The company managing the vessel told a Danish news channel there were 24 crew members, mostly from eastern Europe and Asia.

Reuters tracking data showed the Maersk Tigris, a 65,000-tonne container ship, off the Iranian coast between the islands of Qeshm and Hormuz. It had been listed as sailing from the Saudi port of Jeddah, bound for the United Arab Emirates port of Jebel Ali.



Posted by goldielocks @ 11:48 on April 28, 2015  

Obummer regime has a TET offensive feel to it would seem more fitting.

PSA Contains Bizarre Subliminal Message About “Martial Law”

Posted by joe12pack @ 10:52 on April 28, 2015  

NBC says reports of seized US ship are false

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:47 on April 28, 2015  

per bubblevision

Not surprising

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:44 on April 28, 2015  

US silver output drops 11% q-o-q in January 28th April 2015 By: Henry Lazenby EMAIL THIS ARTICLE © Reuse this TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – US mines produced 89 100 kg of silver in January, an 11% decrease when compared with December silver output of 99 900 kg and a 7% decrease compared with that of January 2014, the US Geological Survey (USGS) had found in its latest mineral industry survey for the grey metal. Based on unrounded data, the average daily silver output in January was 2 870 kg, compared with 3 220 kg in December and 3 190 kg for full-year 2014. The average daily silver price for January was $17.24/oz, which was 6% more than that of December 2014 and 13% less than that of January 2014


Iran Forces Seize US Cargo Ship With 34 People On Board, Al Arabiya Reports

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:30 on April 28, 2015  


Jade Helm- What it Really Means

Posted by Auandag @ 10:28 on April 28, 2015  

Scary Stuff, if True

Greek court gives boost to Eldorado mine development plans

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:26 on April 28, 2015  

Greece’s top administrative court on Monday rejected a 2013 decision by local authorities in northern Greece which had blocked Eldorado Gold’s plans to build a processing plant in the area, court officials said.

Canadian miner Eldorado has spent about $400 million at a gold mine in Skouries in the forest of Halkidiki since 2012 and wants to invest another $700 million by 2017 to develop the project. But without the plant, its investment, a test case for Greece’s willingness to attract foreign funds, is in doubt.

The court ruled the 2013 decision by a local environment and town planning authority to reject Eldorado’s request for an approval of the plant had no legal grounds.

The ruling is expected to boost the company’s arguments in its standoff with the new left-wing government of Alexis Tsipras which revoked Eldorado’s authorisation to build the plant in March, about two months after taking office.


Thousands of workers at the Canadian-run gold mine protested in Athens last month against the government’s decision.

The government said that no jobs would be lost.

Iran has seized a US cargo vessel with 34 sailors

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:22 on April 28, 2015  

per bubblevision

$5bn of Argentine mine projects riding on elections

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:21 on April 28, 2015  

Some of the world’s biggest miners are ready to spend at least $5 billion in Argentina if October’s presidential elections herald an easing of capital restrictions.

Goldcorp Inc., the largest gold miner by market value, billionaire Ivan Glasenberg’s Glencore Plc and Yamana Gold Inc. are among producers signaling new investments in the country if the next government is more receptive to the industry, according to the country’s industry association and provincial and company officials briefed on the matter.

President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner restricted imports and repatriated export revenue since she was re-elected in 2011. She created currency controls that hurt international mining companies and led Brazil’s Vale SA to cancel a $5.9 billion potash project in the country. The main presidential candidates appear more amenable to luring foreign investment, according to Martin Dedeu, president of the Argentine Mining Chamber. Fernandez isn’t allowed to seek a third term.

“The three leading candidates are convinced about the importance of the industry,” Dedeu said by telephone from Buenos Aires. “Daniel Scioli has said mining should be an engine for the economy, Mauricio Macri has been consistent in his support and Sergio Massa has said the sector deserves attention.”

Dedeu, who has met all the candidates, said the next president probably will lower mining taxes and gradually reduce currency controls including a ban on dividends going offshore.

more http://www.mineweb.com/news-fast-news/5bn-of-argentine-mine-projects-riding-on-elections/

Spikeliscious … 2 days in a row?

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:12 on April 28, 2015  

spot gold

Maya @ 9:40

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:44 on April 28, 2015  

Interesting. I thought the coal fired locomotives were phased out earlier.

ipso facto @ 9:20

Posted by Maya @ 9:40 on April 28, 2015  

The 1950s saw the slow conversion from steam to diesel.  Some later steamers were oil fired… I don’t recall exactly about this “Big Boy” if it was oiled, but most were still coal.   EMD produced the first diesels around 1949, and by 1960 there were almost no steamers left working..

Maya @ 3:39

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:20 on April 28, 2015  

Izzat a coal burner Maya? Coal burner in the 1950’s?

Good morning Oasis

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:16 on April 28, 2015  

Barrick Reports First Quarter 2015 Results


Coeur Reports 89% Increase in Silver Reserves and 76% Increase in Gold Reserves at Palmarejo Post-Paramount Acquisition


Orezone Announces Positive Feasibility Study for Bombore


Alamos Reports Positive Agi Dagi EIA Developments


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