Here are some random, totally unrelated websites Bondo finds interesting:
Number of reports NCMEC responded to in 2017 regarding possible child sex trafficking- 10,093
Kitco- If you are into metals precious, this site has live tickers like this one:
They also have webinars/podcasts where they talk to leading experts, have live market feeds for all the precious metals, and run specials on precious metals themselves. Charts, markets, news, mining reports, data.
Has your ship come in? This site has a tracking map of every cargo, tanker, cruise, fishing, tug in the WORLD. (NO Military vessels)If said vessel has a transponder/satellite uplink it will show position, speed, draft, and other itinerary details. Information about ports as well. It is interesting to see where all the ships are- and aren’t (coasts of N. Korea/Somalia) ____________________________________________________________________________________________
This infamous website is creepy. It is a “Guide to Military Equipment and Civil Aviation”. It has listings of military shows and exhibitions and catalogs of all the worlds weaponry. But the truly creepy- and infamous- part of the site is its’ “List of Countries”.
http://www.deagel.com/country/ It has a current 2017 chart that lists the worlds’ nations in order by GDP ranking- including population, military expenditures, and power purchase parity. The US is no. 1 in GDP and has a population of 326,260,000.
This is where the real creepy comes in. Deagel then offers a click to the 2025 forecast: http://www.deagel.com/country/forecast.aspx
The Deagel 2025 forecasts the US population to be 99,553,100- a 67% decrease in the next 6 years. ?!?
I had heard about this before, but when I looked at the chart for this post, I noticed something else. Similar dire forecasts await the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Canada, Australia. Notice a pattern?
Deagel does offer a semi-cryptic explanation, but I won’t be the spoiler. (Hint- the number of countries in the world decreases from 209 today to 183 in 2025) ____________________________________________________________________________________________
If you like astronomy or space stuff, this site is pretty cool. It is space geography/cartography.
Political junkies and issues followers might like the variety of current polls at Rasmussen Reports. Rasmussen has well-respected polls in politics/current events along with a daily presidential tracking poll. They were one of the few to correctly call the 2016 election.
I saw the ‘lib’ in the manualslib name and immediately psychologically recoiled. We are quite conditioned.
This is actually pretty cool. It is a manuals library- owners manuals for thousands of appliances, gadgets, devices, and tools. If you threw your owner’s manual away hastily or just misplaced it- this site probably has it. And no politics.