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    Today, 09:41 AM
    Syrian Strategic Researches Poor Israelis always used to jam Now they’re being jammed Deir Ezzor 1052601535904055297
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    Today, 09:34 AM
    ========== Royal Netherlands Army heavy hardware, including LGS Fennek and CV9035NL, ready to be trasferred into Norway for TRJE18 + some CH-47 lighting the Dutch night for unknown reason https://t.co/qzjqau5ik0
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    Today, 09:31 AM
    Moscow, Beijing agree on transfer of technology in military-technical cooperation - Putin
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    Today, 09:29 AM
    Turkey searches Saudi consulate again, European ministers cancel Riyadh trip https://www.reuters.com/article/us-saudi-politics-dissident-search/turkey-searches-saudi-consulate-again-european-ministers-cancel-riyadh-trip-idUSKCN1MS08Q
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    Today, 08:59 AM
    US to impose sanctions on Russia 'every month or two' - Volker http://sptnkne.ws/jNFH Moscow 喪eady for larger-scale provocations by the West, says Lavrov the prospect of WWIII, and China痴 closer stance with Russia are just some of the topics that Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has spoken about with RT France. https://www.rt.com/news/441577-lavrov-rt-france-interview/ Moscow to view U.S. division's deployment in Poland as outright breach of NATO-Russia Founding Act - Lavrov Interfax
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    Today, 07:58 AM
    There are literally thousands of oil wells here in West Virginia. The vast majority of those are capped and buried... for THAT day. :)
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    Today, 07:56 AM
    That is now true. The question is whether we can do it economically... which I suspect is yet to be demonstrated.
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    Today, 07:54 AM
    This is perhaps the best development in Saudi-American relations in the last fifty years. Was it not Reagan who, when the Saudis started to get uppity, threatened to vaporize Mecca, resulting in silence? I'm thinking perhaps it is time to make good on that. Enough already with all this nonsense. $400 oil - I'd love to see them try it. Mecca should be bulldozed, as should the Wahhabis. Perhaps Trump will oblige.
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    Today, 07:40 AM
    Then you ought to have written "government" rather than "US population". HERRO? That cleared up and said, they are not really any worse than the governmobs (look ma, I coined a new term!) of the rest of the world. You think Netherlands is any better? Christ sakes, they walk away with "stupid". We can turn eyes to any of the European governmobs and see equal criminality, if manifested in other ways. The fact is this: few are truly innocent. We are all of us corrupted in one way or another as evidenced by that which we tolerate. Had humanity been less corrupt, the mass exterminations of the twentieth century would not have been possible. Billions of people would not have fallen prey to the worlds "great" religious institutions. The seemingly endless list of perditions and outrages to which we have treated ourselves would be very much shorter, had statistical humanity held the critical mass of intolerance for the intolerable, as well as a true love of freedom and respect for one's fellows beyond the mere utterances to those effects. But we didn't, and we don't. Therefore, the world.
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    Today, 07:38 AM
    MbS Personal Bodyguard Saudi Colonel Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb, the likely leader of 15 hit team https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dps7MgDXoAEzjeu.jpg:small https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dps7M9AXUAAhMgx.jpg:small https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dps7NgUXcAAHLps.jpg:small Day of Crime - Kashoggi 'Disappearance'
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    Today, 07:29 AM
    Ah, OK. I'd like to think the average American was sufficiently clued to regard this as a stupid question. Alas, I cannot go there.
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    Today, 07:25 AM
    I would take such assessments with goodly measures of salt. Why? Because we live in an age where everything has been politically weaponized. This includes the opinions, assessments, interpretations, and other determinations of a great many institutions. Herein we find yet another deep danger directly following from the political correctness bestowed upon us by "progressives" and the resultant fall-away from proper ethics that has grabbed humanity by the throat, shaking us with non-trivial violence for the sake of getting that which one desires. As I've written so many times before, humanity is deep in the kimchee. I would also note that one ought not have to plan one's diet beyond the now age-old adage of "proper balance". I spent two years as a vegetarian in college. I rode approximately 700 miles (bicycle) every week, was strong as bleeding hell, and still had some problems as a result of having forsaken animal proteins, the most prominently obvious being that of endurance. After about 80-90 miles I would invariably begin to flag. One of the trainers with the Davis Bike Club suggested I become a track racer because as he put it, "you have the strongest legs I've seen in anyone, but you don't have the wind to go distance". I attribute that largely to the diet because the moment I went back to meat, my endurance increased markedly. I do not regard that as a coincidence. That all aside, having to plan one's meals to the degree I witnessed in my vegetarian acquaintances is not natural in any way, shape, or form. Without current technology, which is to say if we were reduced to stone-age tech by whatever catastrophic means, vegetarians would likely be faced with the choice of getting serious about eating, or dying off. That goes double for vegans, who I do not think are dietetically rational. While I'm at it, allow me to clarify a point I made previously regarding meat-eating being essential to our survival.
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    Today, 07:25 AM
    as we approach 'elections' another thrilling episode on 'Quagmire'... Kandahar Mujib Mashal @MujMash ►Gen. Abdul Raziq, the police chief of Kandahar and a giant presence in the south, ►as well as the governor of Kandahar
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    Today, 07:23 AM
    Previously on 'Quagmire'.... The Yemenite Post TheYemenitePost 4 hod. The United States has agreed to discuss the withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan in a direct meeting with Taliban representatives in Qatar, officials from the armed group said. sure.
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    Today, 06:53 AM
    Actually, that appears not to be the case. Apparently, and I have not myself read them, there have been recent studies that have revealed certain deficiencies of cognition that are noted in those of non-meat diets, established early on in those born into it and that which arises in those who move away from flesh proteins. Since I have not read them, but have discussed this with people who have, I cannot say how conclusive the studies are. As we have seen, studies have been used to swing people toward one avenue, then back again, particularly where dietary issues are concerned. "Oh my GOD! Proteins are bad for you!." Some time later... "Oh my GOD! Carbs are bad for you, but you can eat proteins!" This nonsense, attributable largely to less-than-ethical marketers, has rendered the trustworthiness of such studies as questionable at the very least. That said, there are those that have produced pretty conclusive determinations, such as the harmful nature of phytoestrogens to men, causing the now much snickered-at "soy boy" syndrome wherein entire legions of millennial <AHEM>... "men"... have apparently been converted into docile, whiny, premenstrual sissies who like wearing dresses, ladies undergarments, and makeup, apparently having no issue with taking big salami in places God never meant them to go.
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    Today, 05:45 AM
    Danke replied to a thread Danke, do something in Open Discussion
    Somethings are beyond the Captain's control, like the Valujet accident. (working for such a low cost carrier is suspect to being with) But many accidence are preventable with a strong union to back up a the crew decisions wrt safety and refusing to take a jet. Non union carriers, you not only risk being fired, but not hired at another carrier. But people will take out life insurance policies, and then shop on the Internet for the lowest fares when the want to go somewhere at nearly the speed of sound over 6 miles above the earth, I routinely fly over the pole in a two engine aircraft. And Passengers soundly sleep.
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    Today, 05:37 AM
    Travel in a conveyance is a right. Screw Licensing.
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    Today, 05:34 AM
    Besides TheTexan and me, I can't think of any.
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    Today, 05:20 AM
    Qualification standard should not be lowered. Regardless of gender. This is one of the tragic consequence of that. Enjoy your next commercial flight with split tails.
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    Today, 04:26 AM
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-17/supreme-court-takes-case-could-end-internet-censorship-expand-first-amendment This should obviously be watched VERY closely... Full article at link.
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    Today, 04:26 AM
    Danke replied to a thread Danke, do something in Open Discussion
    Southwest airline almost caused a similar accident in California, mistakenly taxing on an active runway in the fog. The quick reaction of the United pilot prevented it by exiting the runway at the last minute on a high speed runway exit during his takeoff roll.
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    Today, 04:08 AM
    Demonizing NORMAL Behavior is a sales tactic. Same thing as having DOUBT in corrupt politicians must be some sort of abnormal behavior. Guess what, it ISNT. Not trusting people who have REPEATEDLY LIED to you IS the fucking NORM.
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    Today, 04:08 AM
    Danke replied to a thread Danke, do something in Open Discussion
    Shit happens happened. Worse accident in aviation.
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    Today, 04:04 AM
    Well, I think the Doctors themselves are flat out fucking crazy for falling for the well crafted propaganda to trick them into prescribing drugs to solve everything. The drug companies make huge contributions and payoffs and kickbacks to the Docs, as well as education just so they can get a say so in what Student Doctors are taught. Are you depressed? Yeah, its not the fact youre broke and society is fucking retarded, it must be a chemical imbalance! Um, maybe the chemical imbalance is CAUSED by the fucking retarded society and being flat broke! So whats their solution? Take MORE money from you and put you on a healthy diet of pills!
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    Today, 03:57 AM
    Exactly. They are soaking us for as much as they can before they bail out when the whole thing comes crashing down on us.
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