Another hint for the UK (and some of Europe apparently) is "Association Football's British relative".
And the last posted by is "Paul Margetts", found in London.
Putting these altogether points at the portal being Life Saved (https://www.ingress.com/intel?ll=52.374833,-1.265531&z=16). This is a sculpture by Paul Margetts, in Rugby, and depicts a firefighter saving a child's life. For more information on the portal visit http://www.forging-ahead.co.uk/rugyfire.htm
We now just need someone to go claim the Glyph.
I've become increasingly apathetic towards the " #Enlightened " since #TimeZero ; since my interaction with the #ShaperGlyphs . I feel I'm now misaligned with the cause.
I still believe in the benefits of XM and embracing XM technology, and that the #Shaper influence on Humanity has and still is a positive one that helped and continues to help us advance; however, I disagree with the willingness to accept the Shapers without question and to loose oneself to their control completely.
Don't get me wrong, I'm in no way aligning myself with the radical and close-minded ideals of the #Resistance or their cause, but that so many accept the Shapers as benevolent overseers, without considering their motives and think them beyond reproach disturbs me, especially in the flip-flop alignment of #Klue and others. None of this seems right, and I'm beginning to ask myself more questions about what I'm doing and why.
More must be known about the Shapers and what drives them to aid us. Do they have some grand design? Does it benefit us or them? If we're to accept them, it needs to be on terms we understand, lest they take us down a destructive path. Perhaps I need to research more of the works of those #TruthSeekers who have asked similar questions before me.
With that said, I wonder if there is cause for a movement (or does one already exist?) within the Enlightened to change this, or perhaps a breakaway faction if the Enlightened is to continue down this path without considering the potential consequences? But what would such a faction entail I wonder. Would they still be driven to control portals, anomalies and XM as both existing factions do, or would they simply embrace the usage regardless of control? How would they interact with and view the existing factions?
So many questions... so many truths.
As for others (resistance, enlightened, and unaligned), we can't force them to change - only try to enlighten them :-)
If you append a script to load at the domComplete stage (readystatechange event + document.readyState == complete), the proceeding load event will never fire, ever. Yes it should delay it, but not prevent afaik. This behaviour doesn't occur when doing the same steps on other event stages e.g. domInteractive and domContentLoaded.
The only reason I noticed this is because Chrome's developer tools' network tab expects the load event in order to display its various metrics in the summary, and as a result it's missing the time based ones entirely.
Any explanations? Did I do something stupid? :S
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