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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Daily 2 Cents: MH370...'came down in the South China Sea' -- Man Unable to Feel Pain -- Unknown Crash in Manitoba

MH370...'came down in the South China Sea'

An oil rig worker who was notoriously fired for saying he believed he saw MH370 "come down" today insisted he thinks the official search for the Malaysian jet is happening in the wrong place.

In his first detailed interview since he sent out an email to officials relaying what he thought might be the Boeing 777 aircraft, Mike McKay, 57, told MailOnline: "Almost a year has passed, but I stand by what I saw.

"I've thought about it and thought about it, over and over and while I cannot say for certain that the burning object in the sky was definitely MH370, the timing fits in with when the Malaysian plane lost contact. I have been trying to disprove that what I saw was the aeroplane ever since."

And so far he has failed to disprove it. Speaking at his Auckland home where he now sits out his days after losing his job as a result of sending out the email on his company computer on the rig off the south of Vietnam, Mr McKay said that everyone believed he had said with certainty that he saw MH370 crash in flames into the South China Sea.

"Unfortunately my words were misinterpreted. I was careful to say that I 'believed' I saw the aircraft come down. The email was never for public consumption.

"And if it was the plane that has been missing for so long, then the search in the southern Indian Ocean is clearly in the wrong place." Read more at Kiwi oil rig worker Mike McKay insists MH370 search is misplaced

NOTE: This is near the area where my remote viewing group determined the plane came down during a session on March 11, 2014. Lon


Unknown Crash - Jackhead, Manitoba

Just noticed this on MUFON CMS...anyone have information on this event?

2/16/2015 - Jackhead, Manitoba, Canada: According to family on Facebook, there was a crash. An increase in military presence and members of the public are not allowed near the crash site and photography is not permitted anywhere near the site. Jackhead is north of the Peguis Indian reserve. - MUFON CMS


Rare condition leaves man unable to feel pain

Steve Pete has broken bones more times than he can count and once chewed part of his own tongue off.

The 33-year-old also shattered his arm so badly he initially didn’t even realise he was hurt until he saw the bones poking out.

While his injuries sound horrific, and no doubt are, Mr Pete has no idea he has even injured himself because he can’t feel pain.

The American suffers from congenital analgesia or congenital insensitivity to pain. While this has obvious plus sides, there are a lot more disadvantages than people realize.

“I’ve had so many injuries over the years that it’s hard to recall,” he told news.com.au from his home in Kelso, Washington State.

“I’ve broken so many bones. One time in the playground at school I was on the swing set going back and forth.

“I jumped off the swing, landed incorrectly and my bones shattered in my right arm.

“I didn’t feel it but there was bone sticking out, which was a pretty good indication I’d injured myself.”

Mr Pete, whose brother Chris also suffers with the same condition, said he was a baby when his parents realised something was seriously wrong after he chewed off part of his tongue, and he underwent a series of tests. Read more at Rare condition leaves man unable to feel pain


All Americans need to read this...the secret world of government debt collection

Government agencies across the country are hiring private debt collectors to go after millions of Americans over unpaid taxes, ancient parking tickets and even $1 tolls.

It’s a good deal for cash-strapped states, cities and other local governments. By outsourcing this dirty work and letting private companies charge debtors sky-high fees, government agencies can get these collection services free of charge.

And it's a great deal for debt collectors. In an industry already known for bad behavior, debt collectors that work for government agencies usually don’t have to work within the confines of consumer protection laws – opening the door for higher fees and even more aggressive tactics.

Their government bosses can give them the power to threaten debtors with the suspension of their driver’s license, garnishment of their wages, foreclosure and arrest to get them to pay up.

State lawmakers have even passed laws allowing private collectors to charge debtors steep fees. In Florida, for example, fees can be as high as 40% on top of the total bill, which includes not only what they already owe, but interest and government penalties as well. In Texas, they can reach 30%. And in cases of unpaid toll violations, flat fees can effectively amount to more than 100%. As a result, small unpaid tolls can easily balloon into hundreds of dollars, once government penalties and collection fees are tacked on. Continue reading at The secret world of government debt collection


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