Cleanup continues at the Western hemisphere's most contaminated nuclear site.

(CNN) -- U.S. inspectors are investigating a possible leak at the Hanford nuclear site after an elevated contamination reading was found in a leak detection pit, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said Friday.

The elevated reading, however, doesn't pose an immediate public health threat, Inslee said.
"This is most disturbing news for Washington," the governor said in a statement. "The discovery was made during a routine pumping outside the tank when pumps are also surveyed for radioactivity."

The leak detection pit is located outside and adjacent to a double-shell tank identified as AY-102, the governor said.
"It is not clear yet whether that contamination is coming directly from the outer shell of the AY-102 but it must be treated with the utmost seriousness," Inslee said.

The U.S. Department of Energy has assigned engineers to analyze the source of contamination through sampling and video inspection, a process that could take several days, the governor said.

The Hanford site, which once produced plutonium for atomic weapons, borders the Columbia River.
"Given the relatively early detection of this potential leak, the river is not at immediate risk of contamination should it be determined that a leak has occurred outside the tank," Inslee said.

Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz just paid his first visit to the Hanford site on Wednesday.
Even before learning of a possible leak, Inslee told Moniz he has "serious concerns regarding the pace of addressing the leaking tanks," Inslee said.

"We will be insisting on an acceleration of remediation of all the tanks, not just AY-102. USDOE has a legal obligation to clean up Hanford and remove or treat that waste, and we ensure that legal obligation is fulfilled," the governor said.

Brazilian Man Got a Dog Face by Plastic Surgery

Brazilian Man Got a Dog Face by Plastic Surgery

The Judgment day is near, people are interfering into God’s creations. Recently a news reported that a man in Brazil got a dog face by getting plastic surgery. This will be the first Dogman in this world. You can see the whole process in pictures below:
A good-looking man with weird aesthetic standard. There are all kinds of people in this strange big world. A Brazilian man is so eager to be a dog so he pays for a plastic surgery with his own money, hoping he can become the first “Dogman” in the world which totally overthrews our visions and concepts of beauty. Let’s see the whole process of his surgery

IRS Sent $46,378,040 in Refunds to 23,994 ‘Unauthorized’ Aliens at 1 Atlanta Address

( - The Internal Revenue Service sent 23,994 tax refunds worth a combined $46,378,040 to “unauthorized” alien workers who all used the same address in Atlanta, Ga., in 2011, according to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA).
That was not the only Atlanta address theoretically occupied by thousands of “unauthorized” alien workers receiving millions in federal tax refunds in 2011. In fact, according to a TIGTA audit report published last year, four of the top ten addresses to which the IRS sent thousands of tax refunds to “unauthorized” aliens were in Atlanta.
The IRS sent 11,284 refunds worth a combined $2,164,976 to unauthorized alien workers at a second Atlanta address; 3,608 worth $2,691,448 to a third; and 2,386 worth $1,232,943 to a fourth.
Other locations on the IG’s Top Ten list for singular addresses that were theoretically used simultaneously by thousands of unauthorized alien workers, included an address in Oxnard, Calif, where the IRS sent 2,507 refunds worth $10,395,874; an address in Raleigh, North Carolina, where the IRS sent 2,408 refunds worth $7,284,212; an address in Phoenix, Ariz., where the IRS sent 2,047 refunds worth $5,558,608; an address in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., where the IRS sent 1,972 refunds worth $2,256,302; an address in San Jose, Calif., where the IRS sent 1,942 refunds worth $5,091,027; and an address in Arvin, Calif., where the IRS sent 1,846 refunds worth $3,298,877.
Since 1996, the IRS has issued what it calls Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) to two classes of persons: 1) non-resident aliens who have a tax liability in the United States, and 2) aliens living in the United States who are “not authorized to work in the United States.”
The IRS has long known it was giving these numbers to illegal aliens, and thus facilitating their ability to work illegally in the United States. For example, the Treasury Inspector General’s Semiannual Report to Congress published on Oct. 29, 1999—nearly fourteen years ago—specifically drew attention to this problem.

“The IRS issues Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) to undocumented aliens to improve nonresident alien compliance with tax laws. This IRS practice seems counter-productive to the Immigration and Naturalization Service’s (INS) mission to identify undocumented aliens and prevent unlawful alien entry,” TIGTA warned in that long-ago report.
The inspector general’s 2012 audit report on the IRS’s handling of ITINs was spurred by two IRS employees who went to member of Congress "alleging that IRS management was requiring employees to assign Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITIN) even when the applications were fraudulent.”
In an August 2012 press release accompanying the audit report, TIGTA said the report “validated” the complaints of the IRS employees.
“TIGTA’s audit found that IRS management has not established adequate internal controls to detect and prevent the assignment of an ITIN to individuals submitting questionable applications,” said Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George. “Even more troubling, TIGTA found an environment which discourages employees from detecting fraudulent applications.”
In addition to the 23,994 tax refunds worth a combined $46,378,040 that the IRS sent to a single address in Atlanta, the IG also discovered that the IRS had assigned 15,796 ITINs to unauthorized aliens who presumably resided at a single Atlanta address.
The IRS, according to TIGTA, also assigned ITINs to 15,028 unauthorized aliens presumably living at a single address in Dallas, Texas, and 10,356 to unauthorized aliens presumably living at a single address in Atlantic City, N.J.
Perhaps the most remarkable act of the IRS was this: It assigned 6,411 ITINs to unauthorized aliens presumably using a single address in Morganton, North Carolina. According to the 2010 Census, there were only 16,681 people in Morganton. So, for the IRS to have been correct in issuing 6,411 ITINS to unauthorized aliens at a single address Morganton it would have meant that 38 percent of the town’s total population were unauthorized alien workers using a single address.
TIGTA said there were 154 addresses around the country that appeared on 1,000 or more ITIN applications made to the IRS.

US Troops With Riot Training Being Deployed To Egypt. ....WHY?

(KCEN) -- A group of soldiers are preparing for their 

deployment to Egypt with riot training on post. They're 

planning ahead for violent protests or riots and the possibility 

of protecting the country's border with Israel.Soldiers 

encountered Molotov cocktails and other dangerous items in 

the training.Lt. Matthew Wilkinson says, "Just what I've seen 

over the course of the past week than we were a week ago."

=PFC Perez Alexander says, "We want to be as professional 

as possible... Know what we're doing."They wrap up training 

today before preparing to ship out in the near future.

My workplace is an equal opportunity employer

My sister works at Lowes home improvement center - we are going down the toilet!!!!!

Radio station offered 6 figures to anyone that would tattoo the stations logo on their forehead. A man and his son did it and were then told "they weren't entitled to anything".

Everyone has regrets in life. But usually those mistakes are not as obvious to everyone else.
David Jonathan Winkelman got the call letters and logo for radio station KORB tattooed on his forehead.
The 48-year-old heard the station jokingly offer a six-figure payout for any listeners who dared to do it.

When the station explained that it was just a stunt, Winkelman sued, claiming the station was trying to permanently mark listeners so that they could "be publicly scorned and ridiculed for their greed and lack of common good sense."
The mug shot above is the result of Winkelman's arrest last week in Davenport, Iowa. He's charged with failing to appear in court for operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent.

Winkleman's stepson got the tattoo as well in the same place. But he's had some good luck -- no mug shot.
It gets worse. The radio station has since changed its call letters and switched from hard rock to easy listening.