US Navy Fires Cruise Missiles at Syrian Base

The US Navy says it fired 59 Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles (TLAMs) at various targets in Syria last night:

“A total of 59 TLAMs targeted aircraft, hardened aircraft shelters, petroleum and logistical storage, ammunition supply bunkers, air defense systems, and radars. As always, the U.S. took extraordinary measures to avoid civilian casualties and to comply with the Law of Armed Conflict. Every precaution was taken to execute this strike with minimal risk to personnel at the airfield.”

The attack was in response to a poison gas attack on Syrian civilians.

This video shows USS Porter firing its TLAMs at Syrian targets:

Video: Seaman Ford Williams

Big Mac Lovers prepare to be amazed

Big Mac lovers, prepare to be amazed!

McDonalds has released a beast from its kitchen.  This beast is the Grand Mac with 1/3 lb. of ground beef.  It’s everything we love and more of it!  I tried one today and was not disappointed.  The burger itself was a filling meal and so tasty.  I only have one question for McDonalds: why did it take so long? Got to have another, soon…oh, and please don’t tell Hamburgler.

Thank you McDonalds.

China and Russia angered over THAAD

China and Russia are said to be angered over US deployment of its THAAD missile defense system to South Korea.  They are deeply concerned about the invasiveness of the system’s powerful radars.

When North Korea’s threat via nuclear capable delivery systems is removed, THAAD and its “prying” eyes goes home.

The problem is not THAAD; the problem is a North Korea armed with nuclear capable ballistic missiles.

China and Russia both know what has to be done.

China needs a strong, stable ally on the Korean peninsula—a non-nuclearized ally. When that is achieved, China, Russia, North Korea, and South Korea all win.

Mysterious Gmail Signouts Last Night

I’m reading this morning about mysterious Gmail signouts.  

My accounts were affected as well.  My first thought was that there had been a massive security breach.  However, Google thinks it is a bug according to Kitguru. Let’s hope so.  

I’ve always had great confidence in Google’s security, but this was a scary episode.