The World is Full of Crashing Bores
This is Gordon. He lived in  Bunker Hill circa the 1950s (at Daily Dose Cafe)

This is Gordon. He lived in Bunker Hill circa the 1950s (at Daily Dose Cafe)

at Los Angeles City Hall

at Los Angeles City Hall

at Los Angeles City Hall

at Los Angeles City Hall

Es tine for Doyer beisbol! (at Dodger Stadium)

Es tine for Doyer beisbol! (at Dodger Stadium)

At our County Supervisor’s office (at East LA Civic Center)

At our County Supervisor’s office (at East LA Civic Center)

at Bradbury Building

at Bradbury Building

at Sun Valley California, USA

at Sun Valley California, USA

StonesThrow (at downtown los angeles)

StonesThrow (at downtown los angeles)

At #VilliansTavern last Sunday (at Villians Tavern)

At #VilliansTavern last Sunday (at Villians Tavern)

MA370

During Open Lines, an anonymous caller disclosed detailed insights about missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 which he claimed to have received from a friend that had longstanding connections to the Navy. According to the caller’s source, an American convoy in Afghanistan was hijacked by the Taliban this past February and the equipment used to control U.S. drones was captured. In turn, the Taliban attempted to sell this technology to the Chinese government. As part of the deal, the equipment was sent to Malaysia, which was believed to be a covert location, where Chinese scientists studied it. In order to avoid suspicion, ‘anonymous’ said, the Chinese decided to transport the equipment to China via a civilian aircraft: MH370.

However, he said, the United States was determined to get the equipment back and worked with Israel to decipher the Chinese plan. As such, there were five U.S. and Israeli agents aboard the plane and, as the airliner was between Malaysian and Vietnamese airspace, an American AWAC jammed the control system of MH370. Subsequently, the agents aboard the plane took control of the craft and flew it to an American base on the island of Diego Garcia, where the drone equipment as well as the flight’s black box were extracted. Following that, MH370, full of dead passengers that had been killed from lack of oxygen, was remotely controlled to fly to the Indian Ocean where it crashed “to make it look as if the plane eventually ran out of fuel.”