That’s another story for another time. Because that could be one of the biggest problems.
For example: If there are many more bars in Los Angeles, then I don’t know what we’re doing. I don’t know what happens with many things. But at this point in my life I don’t know.
And if I did and you did, the question would be: What would you do when, on the other hand, you have to decide whether you want to go to one of our two big parties?
It wouldn’t be that hard for me, although I still have to get my stuff to my feet. There’s no easy way to do rappers read books that, because I have the same questions about it. My favorite bar is the “Yachty” — probably the most famous in the world — so if you do it then you’re in a different bar.
[Illustration by Jon Sager]
By Chris Sperry, CBS News
The CIA says it is in the process of reviewing the way in which CIA drone strikes are conducted at U.S. facilities in Yemen.
CIA Director David Petraeus acknowledged the issue on Thursday, warning that more aggressive action against al Qaeda may be required.
“I hope the CIA has taken steps that will minimize unnecessary risk, rather than causing them and prolonging their time in Yemen where we may be involved to help our enemies.”
“There is a serious risk that the use of military force in Yemen could disrupt the development of a national security strategy that can address the root causes of the current crisis in Yemen,” he said.
In an interview with CBS News in the wake of an administration review of the drone strike program, Petraeus told reporters that there is “no basis” to the question about whether the CIA has reviewed how the campaign “interferes” in the U.S. national security apparatus.
“There is no basis and no basis at this time that President Obama has not made this point and we will continue to make it. The CIA is in the process of reviewing a specific program that may conflict with the interests of the U.S. and, I think, in Yemen.”
The White House declined to elaborate but said that the president has not been briefed as to whether the CIA was in the process of reviewing the drone strikes. The White House did not respond to requests for comment on the CIA’s review.
CIA spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki denied
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