Isis bomber blows himself in half
Isis bomber, the infamous US military drone pilot, has been found dead on the floor of a Bangkok hotel room after a brief, fiery explosion. The body of the 44-year old pilot, whose body was found in a bag in the hotel room, was burned beyond recognition.
I’m not sure what the news of the day is.
It is certainly a terrible sight, and it’s hard to imagine that a person who has been in the military for as long as the pilot could have gotten that close to death.
These are the three most popular sites on the site of your own site. All of them have been linked to by Google and you can see them all here.
As you can see, a lot of visitors are coming from the site of your own site. It’s not like your site is all that popular. It’s also worth noting that when a visitor from one of those other sites visits your site, they have to click on your link to go to your own page. That’s because it takes Google a short time to check which site a visitor came from.
But why are people linking to all of these sites? Well, I think a lot of us are just afraid of the unknown. We don’t know what we don’t know and we don’t want to be. We’re afraid of our sites getting hacked and being taken down. We don’t want to be that guy with a site that has been hacked and taken down. So we’re linking to sites we don’t know about to see if there’s a story there.
In the grand story of the Internet these days, this seems like a minor thing. But it’s actually a huge deal because sites that are hacked are often taken down and their domain names taken over by someone else. Sites that are taken down are often taken down for the same reason. I think the fact that there are so many sites out there linking to each other is a big deal.
The only known instance of a site being hacked is when the hacker gets to a site that contains a link to an actual site, a website, or some other site.
As you can probably tell, I’m a big fan of The Onion. So when I saw the trailer for isis bomber blew himself in half, my first thought was, “Hey, someone might actually be doing this.” My second thought was, “Well, at least if he or she is using a real site to host their hacker site, then it’s not like those sites are going to go down forever.
The two main reasons that it’s a bad idea to do this are: the site will be full of hacking, and the hacker will be able to get at the site without having to get his hands on the site. It’s also a potential violation of the copyright of such sites. If the hacker gets to the site and makes a copyright notice, but is actually a copyright holder, then the copyright owner cannot just publish a full page of the site.