• Picking Up Stompies: Weekend Edition 26/08/2012
    Posted by on Aug 27th, 2012

    Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon has dies at the age of 82. [CNN]

    Autopsy reveals that most of the Lonmin miners killed at Marikana were shot in the back…ie they were fleeing. [Cape Times]

    Lance Armstrong has tells supporters not to cry for him after the USADA’s decision to strip his seven Tour de France titles and ban him for life. [MailOnline]

    Apple wins $1 billion verdict against Samsung after U.S. jury found it infringed on Apple’s patent [Bloomberg]

    Sex scandal Mandela ruining the legacy [iol]

    Lonmin miners arrested after the massacre open 194 cases of assault and attempted murder against police who they say tortured them while in custody. [City Press]

    ANCYL set to march to the office of Helen Zille today ..promise to keep it peaceful. Zille said she will recieve the memorandum personally only on condition that they they withdraw their threats to make the city ungovernable and apologise to the people of Cape Town for the loss of life and damage to property caused during their previous ungovernability cmapaign. [Politics Web]

    Tragic story of a bride who wanted to be photographed  floating in her wedding dress, but drowned after she realised the wet wedding gown was too heavy. The photographer tried to save her but said the wet dress was like an anvil. [News.com]

    Fox news analyst says Neil Armstrong’s death is a reminder that the Obama administration changed NASA’s mission to do ‘muslim outreach’. [Gawker]

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