Watching an aircraft refuel in mid-air is interesting enough - but this video has caught viewers' attention for a different reason.
The clip, posted on YouTube by The Joint Forces Channel, shows an F-22 aircraft topping up its tank thousands of feet above the ground.
But the footage captured an unexpected conversation between the pilots and the refueler.
According to the video's description, boom-operator Senior Airman Jordan Smith, deployed from Travis Air Force Base, is "known for his creative, morale-boosting conversation methods of having riddles or jokes or talking about the food they miss from back home."
This female gamer who was actually banned after being busted using numerous types of cheats in order to win was caught attempting to cry sexism as others watched are actually open sheets and use them during gameplay.
For years, Democrats and media figures have badly bungled gun vocabulary, gun laws and overall gun knowledge.
Here's two minutes' worth of folks talking about stopping "machine gun magazines," "high-magazine clips," and "rapid-fire magazines," banning guns that are already banned, conflating automatic weapons with semiautomatic weapons, warning about heat-seeking bullets, mourning the legality of hunting humans, and Joe Biden yelling, "Boom!"
If Democrats win back the House in 2018, Maxine Waters is promising financial reparations for black Americans.
During an appearance in Selma, Alabama on Saturday, Waters appeared alongside CNN commentator Angela Rye.
Waters took her time to — what else — attack President Trump, criticizing him for his alleged connections to Russia.
“He’s a bully — he has a bully mentality,” Waters said of Trump.
“We need someone in the presidency who not only has good sense but understands diplomacy and understands what we need to do to have peace in this world so we can all look forward to the possibility that we’re someday going to have a world that’s about peace and justice and respect for individual liberty,” Water said.
“Is that your stump speech for 2020?” Rye asked.
As Waters laughed and the crowd applauded, Rye continued, “Is she running? Is she running?”
Waters didn’t answer.
Later, an attendee challenged Waters to push for reparations and take up a bill John Conyers had sponsored in this House in previous sessions.
Waters said she would.
“I’d be happy to do that. That’s no problem,” she answered.
“In order to get where we need to go on this issue and other issues, we really got to understand that 2018 is important in taking back the House and taking back the Senate,” Waters said.
“And of course, we’ve got to get the White House back.”
She continued, “If we want to get to the point where we can get reparations, we’ve got to have the power to do that, Number 1, by having a supportive president would be wonderful, but taking back the House would be absolutely wonderful.
She urged attendees to register to vote because “I need to take back that House so that we can have a majority in that committee.”
She ended her statement by criticizing HUD Secretary Ben Carson, telling the baying audience that she was going to “take care” of him.
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R., Utah) on Thursday night slammed Obamacare supporters by calling them the "stupidest, dumbass" people he's ever witnessed.
Hatch was speaking at the American Enterprise Institute about the Republican tax overhaul, passed in December, when he mentioned the "wonderful bill" called Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act.
"[We] finally did away with the individual mandate tax that was established under that ‘wonderful bill' called Obamacare," Hatch said. "Now, if you didn't catch on, I was being very sarcastic. That was the stupidest, dumbass bill that I've ever seen."
"Some of you may have loved it. If you do, you are one of the stupidest, dumbass people I've ever met. There are a lot of them up there on Capitol Hill from time to time," Hatch added.
He went on to describe Obamacare as one of the most "regressive taxes" in the tax code due to low-income families "paying most of the freight," according to CNN. He argued that eliminating the individual mandate in the new tax law was a major step forward in the ongoing effort to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Hatch, who has served in the Senate since 1977, announced at the beginning of the year he would retire and not run for reelection in 2018. His retirement opened the door for 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to run for the seat, a move Hatch said he would support. Romney officialy announced his candidacy in February.
New York City was stunned Thursday when the person who Mayor Bill de Blasio picked to lead the city's school system turned down the job on live television.
De Blasio's office announced to reporters on Wednesday that Miami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho had accepted the open position of schools chancellor.
"Alberto Carvalho is a world-class educator with an unmatched track record of success," de Blasio said in a statement. "I am very confident that our extensive, national search has found New York City the best person to lead the nation's largest school system into the future."
But in an emergency Miami-Dade school board meeting the following day televised by the New York press, Carvalho seemed to telegraph that he was having second thoughts.
"I know everyone expects a decision now, and I am confident in telling you I have made a decision," Carvalho said. "However, I'm a man of honor and I believe the decision I made needs to be communicated to the person who made me an offer."
Carvalho called de Blasio's offer one "that just hours ago I thought was the best offer for me" and said honor dictates he should speak to the mayor about his decision before announcing it publicly.
Carvalho then asked for a recess, left the room, and returned to the meeting about 20 minutes later.
"This is probably the second most difficult thing I've done in my life. The very first was to leave my country," said Carvalho, who was born in Portugal.
Carvalho sung de Blasio's praises, but eventually announced to loud cheers: "I am breaking an agreement between adults to honor an agreement and pact I have with the children of Miami."
"I shall remain in Miami-Dade as your superintendent," he announced.
Listen to Tommy Robinson interview a bunch of German leftists who seem to know absolutely nothing about what's going on in their own country as long as it's a Muslim who commits the crime. They even attempt to cover up for the Muslim after he murdered and raped a young German girl. Listen to some of these responses from the leftist who seem to know absolutely nothing, and then their right wing opponents who seem to know everything about what's actually going on in their country.
A widely-used online writing and grammar resource by Purdue University is encouraging students to avoid ‘generic use of MAN and other words with masculine markers.’
No more using the words “mailman”, “postman”, “mankind”, “Manchester”, “man-made”, “Manhattan”, “batman, “superman”, “boogeyman”, “businessman”, “cameraman”, “woman”, “human”, “romance”, and the list goes on.
All set to be banned because of the ‘feelz’ of a looney few.