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Old 11-02-2015, 09:08 PM   #6
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The Cult - A Pale Horse...
Choice of Weapon is the ninth album by the British rock band The Cult.. The album was supposed to be released in 2011..The first single from Choice of Weapon, titled "For the Animals," was made available for online streaming via the Rolling Stone website on 23 March 2012, and was released to radio on 26 March..In its first week of sales, the album gained the Number 1 spot on the U.K. Rock Chart on 27/05/2012 ( according to the Radio 1 Official Chart)..Released May 22, 2012...

Taruni Sachdev..14 May 2012, her 14th birthday...

The plane involved in the accident pictured 2 months earlier at Lukla Airport..

May 1 - China and Russia sign $15 billion dollar trade deal/2 – A pastel version of The Scream, by the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch, sells for US$120 million in a New York City auction, setting a new world record for an auctioned work of art- Guggenheim Partners make the largest ever purchase of a sports franchise after buying the Los Angeles Dodgers for $2.1 billion\4 -Boris Johnson (BJ) is reelected as Mayor of London with 51.5% of the vote - 14 decapitated bodies and 9 hung from a bridge are found in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico/5– Chelsea win the se7enth FA Cup of their history with a 2–1 win over Liverpool in the final- Japan shuts down its nuclear reactors leaving the country without nuclear power for the first time since 70- 17 people are killed and 47 missing after a flash flood in Nepal\6- Francois Hollande elected President of France - American unmanned aerial vehicle strike in eastern Yemen kills Fahd al-Quso, the al-Qaeda leader in Yemen, wanted in connection with the 12 October 2000 bomb attack on the U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Cole (DDG-67)/7- Paeleoclimatological research claims dinosaur flatulence may have warmed the earth- Vladimir Putin sworn in for 3rd 6 year term as President of Russia- NATO air strike kills 14 and woulds 6 civilians in Afghanistan's Badghis Province\9 - Mark Rothko's "Orange, Red, Yellow" becomes the most expensive contemporary art piece to be sold at auction for $86.9 million dollars - Russian passenger jet disappears with 45 people on board - US President Barack Obama officially states his support for same sex marriage-Sukhoi Superjet 100 airliner crashes on Mount Salak on Java in Indonesia during a demonstration flight for airline representatives and journalists, killing all 45 people on board/10 - 2 bombings in Damascus, Syria, kill 55 people and injure 370- Red Cross suspends all humanitarian work in Pakistan after a worker was kidnapped and killed-women '​s international record-holder for number of flight hours logged as a pilot in a lifetime, Evelyn Bryan Johnson, dies at the age of 102\11- Chinese scientists break world record by transferring photons over 97 kilometers using quantum teleportation/12- The discovery of a missing Mayan calender piece disproves 2012 Armageddon – 2012 World Expo takes place in Yeosu, South Korea\13 – Man City win the Premier League title on goal difference ahead of cross city rivals United- Torrential rain in Hunan Province, China, destroys a bridge, 3,500 homes and displaces 28,000 people - 49 dismembered bodies are found on a Mexican highway as part of the Mexican drug war/14- 1,500 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons agree to end mass hunger strike- Stanford University scientists develop prototype bionic eye-After aborting its landing at Jomsom Airport at Jomsom, Nepal, Agni Air Flight CHT, the Dornier Do 228 AG-CHT, strikes a hillside with its wing while attempting a go-around and crashes, killing 15 of the 21 people on board and injuring all 6 survivors.. Indian child actress Taruni Sachdev is among the dead\15-Solar Impulse aircraft, HB-SIA, the first solar-powered aircraft capable of both day and night flight thanks to its batteries charged by solar power, completes the first leg of its first intercontinental flight, arriving at Madrid, Spain, after a flight from Payerne Airport outside Payerne, Switzerland- Eurozone economy narrowly avoids recession- Greece's 5th attempt to a form a coalition government fails/16 – Office for National Statistics publishes figures which show that unemployment has fallen\18– Olympic Flame arrives in Cornwall on board a flight from Athens, ready for the torch relay ahead of the London 2012 games/20 - 20th Billboard Music Awards: Adele, 21 win - 6.0 magnitude earthquake kills 6 and injures dozens in northern Italy- Tomislav Nikolić elected president of Serbia\21 - 120 people are killed and 350 injured by a suicide bomb in Sana'a, Yemen - 13 people are killed and 22 people injured after a bus falls 80 metres off a cliff in Albania/22 – Tokyo Skytree, the tallest self-supporting tower in the world at 634 metres high, is opened to the public..The tower is the primary TV and radio broadcast site for the Kantō region; the older Tokyo Tower no longer gives complete digital terrestrial television broadcasting coverage because it is surrounded by high-rise buildings– The Royal Navy's first female warship commander, Commander Sarah West, takes up her post on HMS Portland at Rosyth 14 people die and 30 are injured in train collision in India - Philip Philips is crowned the 11th American Idol\24 -Brigadier General Aqil Hashem, a former senior Syrian Army officer Speaks to the British House of Commons/25– Millionaire's daughter Laura Johnson, who drove looters around London during the 2011 riots is jailed for 2 years - Up to 116 people are massacred, including women and children, by the Syrian army in Houla, in the Homs province - SpaceX Dragon becomes the first commercial spacecraft to dock at the ISS\26- A gunman in the Finnish town of Hyvinkaa kills 2, wounds 7- Pope Benedict XVI's butler is arrested for allegedly leaking confidential documents/27 - A NATO airstrike kills a family of 8, including six children, in Afghanistan- Indianapolis 500: Dario Franchitti wins in 2:58.51.2532\ 29- Indonesian police make the biggest drug bust in 10 years after seizing over a million ecstasy pills valued at $45 million-5.9 magnitude earthquake kills 24 people near Bologna, northern Italy- Facebook's problematic public listing could cost those involved $115 million from technical glitches- Thousands march in protest in Johannesburg against Brett Murray's controversial painting The Spear/30 - A number of nations including Germany, Turkey and Canada, expel Syrian diplomats following the Houla massacre - Vishwanathan Anand wins his 5th World Chess Championship\31 - Egypt formally ends its 31 year state of emergency...

Pale Horse is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 6 November 1961 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company the following year..The novel features her novelist detective Ariadne Oliver as a minor character, and reflects in tone the supernatural novels of Dennis Wheat ley who was then at the height of his popularity.. The Pale Horse is mentioned in Revelation 6:8, where it is ridden by Death.." The last message Taruni sent to her best friend before boarding the flight was jokingly asking what would happen if the plane crashed, followed by "I love you"... mean, just think about it, okay?. First, the stock market would go..Then the economy,boom!.The dollar, boom!.And then pandemonium in the streets..War, genocide, ba-ba-ba-ba, boom...

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