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    Yesterday, 07:06 PM
    Can you stipulate that the army can use calones like the Roman army? XNN
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    Yesterday, 06:45 PM
    Good for you! Looking forward to reading the updates. XNN
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    Yesterday, 06:41 PM
    Looking forward to seeing how my beehives react. XNN
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    Yesterday, 06:32 PM
    Been done. Read about the Minnesota Bolt Weevils. Senator Paul Wellstone, in his younger days, was part of the opposition during that period. XNN
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    Yesterday, 06:24 PM
    No. At worst we've entered a Bleeding Kansas period. Comparison to civil war is thrown about by those trying to score political points. XNN
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    Yesterday, 06:19 PM
    Absolutely! Collection of all historical monuments, personal items, and documents should be more centralized and placed in privately held areas. The carbon footprints currently left by the various protesters is horrendous. Centralized, regional collection facilities will enable more efficient protests with the maximum number of participants. Personal attacks, destruction, and firebombing will no longer be crimes occurring on government held lands, so the Feds can just mind their own damned business. Owners of the antiquities can defend them, or not, as they so choose. XNN
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    Yesterday, 06:07 PM
    Proper scrubbing of history requires the removal of all references to events occurring before ones birth. The next generation does the same to you. Presentistic relativism. After all, someday, someone will pass judgement on all the acts that we find moral and acceptable today. May be fifty, five hundred, or five thousand years, but it is inevitable. Get over it and stop the half-measure crap. XNN
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    Yesterday, 06:01 PM
    Lots of monuments to old, dead, white, male, Christians in and around the Boston area. We'll see what's left standing come Monday. XNN
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    08-15-2017, 07:59 PM
    Paid with Thomas Jefferson FRNs under the table, just like the oppressed hispanics down at Home Depot. No papertrail. Didn't happen. XNN
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    08-15-2017, 07:56 PM
    Back when Navy captains carried a chest of gold to engage in fair commerce with the locals at foreign ports to resupply. XNN
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    08-15-2017, 07:53 PM
    Those are melothria scabra. Watermelons are in the citrullus-family. I've grawn them before and was unimpressed. Baker Creek carries seeds if anyone is interested. That said, my Sugar Baby watermelons produce fruit in the softball size range late in the season. These would actually fit in a lunch box. XNN
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    08-15-2017, 07:42 PM
    https://www.defense.gov/News/Transcripts/Transcript-View/Article/1276693/remarks-by-secretary-mattis-at-a-troop-event-in-naval-base-kitsap-washington/ The evangelicals must be jumping in the pews. Of course there is consensus among 97% of paleontologists that the earliest **** sapien remains are about a quarter-million years old. Guess that makes him a "3-percenter" too. XNN
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    08-04-2017, 06:09 PM
    Well, given the squishyness of the Germans it's more likely that Poland will get money from that party of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact than the other signatory. XNN
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    08-04-2017, 06:04 PM
    Looking forward to a Constitutional foreign policy, Interior policy, Monetary policy, and healthcare policy as well. Maybe even an actual budget instead of never ending continuing resolutions. XNN
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    08-01-2017, 05:45 PM
    Yep. You are correct. My direction of rotation was bass ackwards. I was confusing the conservation of the Earths radial velocity by launching to the east. XNN
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    07-31-2017, 08:22 PM
    This is quite true with a classic short range ballistic projectile (mortar or artillery shell without rocket assist) where energy is applied for a tiny fraction of time at the beginning. In the case of a ballistic missile you have powered propulsion over some portion of the time of flight. Traditionally, the flight profile would be near vertical for the first tens of miles. This is to quickly get above most of the atmosphere where energy lost to the friction from air is the greatest. The rocket would then roll over into a more horizontal flight profile to expend the remaining fuel converting into speed parallel to the surface of the Earth. Since NK is launching west to east it get the additive bonus of Earth's rotational speed at the latitude of launch working in its favor, that is the for the duration of flight (however many tens of minutes that ends up being) the Earth is spinning underneath it. Were NK to launch towards the Middle East the same flight profile would yield a shorter range. Its also important to remember that distances will not be straight lines on a map projection but rather great circles. (See any great circle calculator between two locations, simple Google search.) Journalist and bloggers are such great tools of propagandists because they tend to be incompetent at any math beyond simple arithmetic and disdainful of any science other than that supporting their own ignorant world view. XNN
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    07-26-2017, 08:34 PM
    Given today's repeal vote, the Medicare for All amendment would seem to stand a better chance of getting 51 votes. The majority leader should be careful what he wishes for. XNN
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    07-26-2017, 08:01 PM
    And still that policy hasn't been rescinded. Today's announcement doesn't represent Trump abandonment of the LGBTI community, as illustrated by two Department of State 12-month funding opportunities released over the past 48 hrs totaling over $15M tax dollars to address gender violence in Vietnam and the People's Democratic Republik of the Congo. Money is still flowing to QRST pet projects around the world. Today's announcement was an easy pat on the head to the base and poke in the eye to media wonks. Don't look at the tweets, following the money. IMO XNN
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