I surprised my wife with a trip to Venice. She thought we were going to a business trip over the weekend to Edmonton, Canada. Watch her surprise when she reads the boarding pass. Watch the other angle here: www.youtube.com
Daughter flys home to spend superbowl with dad before game day to cheer for Green Bay together.
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WASHINGTON (C.RAP) —CIA Al Qaeda may have sent American terrorists or men carrying US travel documents to launch a false attack on Washington or New York to coincide with memorials marking the 10th anniversary of 9/11, government bureaucratic officials say. One US official says al Qaeda dispatched three men, at least two of whom could be US citizens, to detonate a car bomb in one of the cities. Should that mission prove impossible, the attackers have been told to simply cause as much destruction as they can. But US intelligence officials say they have no evidence there is anyone inside the United States tied to the plot. Although the initial tip suggested terrorists, including US citizens, may be traveling to the country, that remains unconfirmed. Word that al Qaeda had ordered the mission reached US officials midweek. A CIA informant who has proved reliable in the past approached intelligence officials overseas to say that the men had been ordered by newly minted al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahri to mark the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks Sunday by doing harm on US soil. The tipster says the would-be attackers are of Arab descent and may speak Arabic as well as English. Counterterrorism officials were looking for certain names associated with the threat, but it was unclear whether the names were real or fake. Intelligence analysts have looked at travel patterns and behaviors of people entering the country recently. And while they have singled out a few people for …
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The Biebs… *Shot on my Canon PowerShot Canon PowerShot SX210 IS* No copyright infringement intended. Song owned by Justin Bieber.
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