This week’s FOIA round-up: Trouble in the military and the return of a world-devouring octopus

Journalists share their findings on FOIA Twitter, the Marine Corps keeps misconduct on the down-low, and a Defense Department audit vindicates a former official’s concerns.

Source: This week’s FOIA round-up: Trouble in the military and the return of a world-devouring octopus

Fighter pilots draw penis in the sky. Air Force says it was an accident. – CNNPolitics

It could be an accident unlike in here and here. Or a hard to see and detect marvel of engineering unconsciously creates art in its own image to compensate.

This time, it was an accident.

At least, that’s what Air Force officials said in an official statement Thursday after yet anotherdrawing resembling male genitalia appeared in the sky, this time over Luke Air Force Base in Arizona.

Source: Fighter pilots draw penis in the sky. Air Force says it was an accident. – CNNPolitics

Be Cautious!

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The Bayeux Tapestry Features an Array of 93 PENISES

If you ever doubted that the Nazis were a bunch of prick loving pricks, you should hear it form the horses … mouth. 

“The Gestapo removed the tapestry to the Louvre in Paris – just days before the German withdrawal. A message from Heimlich Himmler – who coveted the cloth because it is a part of Germanic history – is believed to imply the Nazis planned to take it to Berlin.”

George Garnett, a professor of medieval history at Oxford University, has looked at the human and horse genitalia in the Bayeux Tapestry to understand more about its makers.

Source: The Bayeux Tapestry features an array of 93 PENISES

Dave Brown on Twitter: “Lockheed Martin rolled out its first F-35 for Turkey today. The ceremony was … interesting… “

There is enormous engineering talent in these aerospace companies. Artistic? Not so much even when they outsource. But then I not know Turkey’s taste … actually it does look like a turkey doing Titanic’s epic scene.

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