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April 19, 2014 at 9:15am
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South Korean ferry capsized with third officer at helm, investigator reports

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South Korean ferry capsized with third officer at helm, investigator reports

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 Last messages from Survivors and Students trapped inside the ferry
... PRAY FOR SOUTH KOREA

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April 18, 2014 at 10:29pm
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At the time of the first Abe administration, a Cabinet decision was made stating that there was no information that shows people were forcibly recruited. Lots of Japanese citizens did not hear that, and it may have not been recognized internationally.

— Shinzo Abe
Japanese Prime Minister and Asshat

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8 hours of non-stop plane departures stitched into a single photograph

Nothing beats watching a plane take off (or land). It’s a mesmerizing experience if you’re an aviation enthusiast and even if you aren’t, you will still appreciate the spectacle of the massive metal flying machines. Mike Kelly is one of those enthusiasts and he also happens to be an architectural photographer. Taking his camera out to the south complex at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), he spent nearly eight hours trying to capture the goings of airliners. Then, he spent an additional eight hours in Photoshop stitching each shot together to create a jaw-dropping collage. The dual runways at LAX made for the perfect size and depth of each airplane.

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