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|20140311 11:35||Skidmark||POD-personal ordinance device?|
|20140311 10:52||3dc||Cheaderhead for snark of the day:|
The map really needs a color/shade for "gennerally f$%&*d up" plus ones for "totally f$*+/d up" and hopelessly f#@;&d up"
Yea, sounds like practice time.
4th point of contact. Met former instructor. Many jumps. One really bad landing on a building. Bad back and both knees shot but he would do it again.
|20140311 09:40||Thing From Snowy Mountain||OS: It's nationalist if your nation is Russia or China, but it's not if your nation is Venezuela.|
|20140311 09:39||Thing From Snowy Mountain||So you're halfway towards William Shatner playing you in the movies.|
|20140311 07:50||trailing wife||I'll keep that for my private amusement, OldSpook. I shocked my 23-year old daughter last night by guessing on the first try what her friend had sent her, because she said I couldn't see it, knowing that the friend made odd stuffed things. I'm not sure what she would do with me knowing about the fourth point of contact and what can be connected to it. She already shares "things Mommy says" with her little corner of the internet... or the twittersphere, or whatever it is.|
|20140311 04:39||OldSpook||For those of you that didn't know, its a paratrooper thing. A properly executed PLF (Parachute Landing Fall), as they taught it to me in Jump School (and have been teaching it since WW2 AFAIK)|
1: balls of the feet (toes or heels = broken ankle)
2. outside of the calf (you roll the ankle into it)
3: outside of the thigh - and roll kinda toward the back as you get cloister to the top
4: The buttocks (side part preferred, toward the hip)
5: the lats - side of the back (remember arms are out of the way - they are holding onto the toggles/risters)
4the point of contact, if you do it the hard way, is square on your butt, in which cast you will hit your upper and lower back pretty hard.
So now you know a slightly less profane paratrooper way of saying get your head out of your ass.
|20140311 04:31||OldSpook||From Pappy's link: Basically he is telling us that Obama and the left need to remove their craniums from their 4th point of contact, and realize that although the anti-communist ideological component of the cold war in Europe isn't there, the raw power and Russian imperialism/fascism most certainly is a threat.|
And yes, its fascism: Nationalist Socialist with an Authoritariain government headed by a charismatic thug.
|20140311 04:20||OldSpook||Boom by POD - with a bit of 300 added in a fairly synchronized fashion.|
|20140311 00:31||Thing From Snowy Mountain||3dc: see my comments on the thread.|
|20140311 00:20||trailing wife||From Pappy's link:|
We must move away from the pattern that has been in place since President Obama took office in 2009.
Forgive my cynicism, but everything after that is a hypothetical. I'll read it in a bit, though.
|20140311 00:15||3dc||My unask-able comment I just asked on the burg. I give it %15. Others?|
|20140311 00:00||Alaska Paul|
|20140310 23:56||Pappy||And throwing this out for discussion:|
The U.S.-Russia Problem: A Four-Step Recovery Program
One from Joseph Pearce:
One of the most egregious examples of godless mendacity is the claim that religion has been the cause of most of the wars. In a world with “no religion”, so the argument runs, there would be “nothing to kill or die for”. Such nonsense is only believable if we remain willfully ignorant of the lessons of history.
The first great atheist uprising was the French Revolution, which sought to dethrone God with “Reason” and the atheist trinity of liberté, egalité et fraternité. The man who is traditionally attributed with coining this, which would later be officially adopted as the motto of the French Republic, was Antoine-Francois Momoro, a rabidly anti-Christian radical who was a key figure in the notorious Cult of Reason, an anthropocentric alternative to religion. All across France, Christian churches were desecrated and re-established as Temples of Reason. The Cult of Reason metamorphosed into the Reign of Terror in which the streets of Paris literally ran red with the blood of its victims. The Goddess of Reason made way for Madame Guillotine, devouring Christians and atheists alike. Momoro was guillotined on March 24, 1794, a timely reminder of the words of the French political journalist, Jacques Mallet du Pan, that “the Revolution devours its own children”.
The nineteenth century saw a plethora or revolutions, inspired by atheism and anti-clericalism, which paved the way for the Russian Revolution of 1917, that would dwarf even the Reign of Terror in the sheer scale of the secular fundamentalist horror that it unleashed. Throughout the Soviet Union, thousands of labour camps were established in which political dissidents, enemies of the State, were literally worked to death. This would claim tens of millions of lives before the communist tyranny finally crumbled under the dead weight of its own corruption. Meanwhile, in Germany, another form of Socialism, both anti-Christian and anti-Semitic in inspiration, ushered in a period of genocide, adding the ghastliness of the Gas Chamber to atheism’s legacy of mass destruction.
Guillotine, Gulag, and Gas Chamber. Such gruesome realities should come to mind whenever we hear the new generation of atheists asking us to imagine that “there’s no heaven; no hell below us; above us only sky”. Where there’s no heaven, there is only hell. And if we won’t have hell below us, we must have it with us, in the form of political atheism that crushes us underfoot in the name of “Reason."
|20140310 22:41||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Are you sure? I thought the spot was down in Bangladesh somewhere.|
|20140310 17:07||Shipman||After years of searching I have found "the spot"|
Hummm..."The Spot" is larger than I thought. Pls, don't beat me again.
Edit: Here's the link to an article about how "The Spot" was made, recommended.
|20140310 13:15||3dc||Azharuddin initially agreed when asked to verify if the suspects were “black”, but later backtracked when asked to confirm an earlier report quoting inspector-general of police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar as saying that one of the two passengers with stolen passports had been identified.|
|20140310 03:28||Shipman||Copy that Pappy. I live in Tallahassee. :) A huge 3 mill village. State government and 2 universities. That's enough to keep the county filled with 275,000 people.|
|20140309 22:17||Pappy||We used to refer to the state government's effect on its economy as "Albany Disease," where the business of the State becomes the state's business.|
(Note: Please spare me the 'Adam Smith lecture series'; what I saw was more human nature, not economic, driven.)
|20140309 22:13||Pappy||From Dale's article:|
Not only did the state GDP decrease by 0.1 percent in 2012, it fell by the same amount in 2011, a substantial downward revision of the last year's initial estimate of two percent growth. In 2010, when the initial estimate suggested Connecticut had one of the strongest growth patterns in the country, the state's GDP only grew by 1.2 percent, half the rate of the nation. While nearly every sector is growing more slowly than the national average, the report reveals that the biggest factors for decline are government austerity and troubles in real estate businesses and financial services and insurance. That covers not only the reduction in state and local government and public education, but also falling revenues at the casinos.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said that the shrinking government sector was partly to blame for the state's falling GDP.
"Our economic development policies and tax policies, while well-intentioned, are not serving us well," Don Klepper-Smith, an economist with DataCore Partners in New Haven, said.
The size of the drop in the finance and insurance sectors was so dramatic that it almost swamped the combined total in economic growth in construction, retail and wholesale trade, temp services, private education, arts, restaurants and hotels. Klepper-Smith blamed Connecticut's hedge funds, banks and insurance companies on decisions by corporate executives to locate work in other states with lower salaries, insurance costs and taxes for the weaknesses. He said executives believe officials' approach to businesses is "borderline antagonistic."
Klepper-Smith also blamed the poor growth on Connecticut's cost of doing business, which was ranked by one group as No. 5 in the country. The same report said that Massachusetts is No. 2, but the state economy grew at 2.2 percent, a rate better than that of Kentucky, where the cost of doing business is the lowest in the country. California has the most expensive cost of doing business and the state economy's growth of 3.5 percent puts it in the Top 10 for growth.
Earlier in the day, Malloy acknowledged the report is not good news and admitted a need for improvement. But he pointed to the 8,600 jobs added in 2012 and the 14,300 jobs added in 2011 as reason to trust his economic policies. If it weren't for government and casino job losses those years, the two-year total would have been more than 26,000.
Klepper-Smith said that Malloy's aggressive wage subsidies, grants and subsidized loans to companies were misguided. Klepper-Smith said, "Economic development at its best is not about picking winners and losers," he said. These approaches, he said, "have put us behind the eight ball to the point where we have to rethink those economic policies. If this isn't a call for that, I don't know what is."
Pa second worst.
|20140309 19:46||Dale||Desperate times. Just to get flour there.|
|20140309 14:31||Dale|| |
|20140309 11:32||Frank G||Wiggers is a good assumption|
|20140309 10:51||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Delta's also made in his state.|
In fact, Shelby was biased towards Atlas while Atlas was still being made somewhere else.
(They're made in the Delta plant; the really bad decision was made back when they decided to punish Boeing for malfeasance by throwing 80% of the EELV contract to Lockheed. They kept Boeing around because Lockheed had failed to produce a heavier version of Atlas LIKE THE CONTRACT INDICATED.)
|20140308 23:10||3dc||Also the Atlas rockets use motors from Russia. They are strongly backed by Shelby because of assembly in his state.|
SpaceX rockets are all US made. Delta is mostly US.
Shelby insists all mil launches on mainly Atlas rockets. After Crimea some of you might not like me saying so but one could argue using Russian made engines to launch mil payload is traitorous.
|20140308 22:56||3dc||My idea of a good initial response to the Crimea thing. Russia gets great PR launching and returning everybody to the Space Station. I good first response would be to tell Sen Shelby to go to hell by voting to fully fund the 3 commercial space ships for test launches in 2015 and service by mid 2016. It would remove most funding and tons of prestige from the Russian space effort. If you put some $ up front SpaceX could do an unmanned test launch this year (run one of the commercial rocket stacks with a test article for the ship)|
|20140308 21:55||3dc||PM from Ukraine who ran to Russia just had a heart attack.|
|20140308 18:45||3dc||Chinese name. We know them as Uyghur|
|20140308 18:43||3dc||re crash: 20 Freescale engineers on the airplane that crashed. Freescale's old name was Motorola Semiconductor. There were 8 Malaysian Engineers and 12 Chinese.|
|20140308 18:37||badanov||Wiggers not in the perjorative meaning, I guess. :o)|
|20140308 18:11||3dc||Includes an ambush of an operational unit of 10 armed terr.|
|20140308 18:10||3dc||Wiggers are very upset about some ChiCom actions the last 2 weeks. |
|20140308 18:09||3dc||Frank - China has been repeating it all day.|
Wife and I are betting Wiggers got hold of the passports to get a bomb on board.
|20140308 14:34||Frank G||Just dropping this here til we know more:|
|20140308 12:31||3dc||10m core diameter|
|20140308 12:27||3dc||3 cores exceeds 350mT to orbit.|
Raptor looks awesome.
Raptor has mutated to a 1Mlbf (4,500kN) gas-gas (full flow) liquid methane and oxygen engine, with an isp of 321s at sea level 363s at vacuum.
Component tests to start 2nd qtr at Stennis. Nobody is sure where to test a complete engine that large let alone a 9 core.
Each core of the MCT will have up to 9 engines. Up to 3 cores for first stage.
MCT = Mars Colony Transport
|20140308 11:48||Shipman||Ideally the average American would have saved $2,500 on their health care bill and received more comprehensive care, saving enough money for each and every American to afford an Obama Pony.|
|20140308 11:16||Thing From Snowy Mountain||He had to burn the village to save it, I guess. |
(AT the office, checking stuff, then leaving)
|20140308 11:12||Pappy||Ideally, President Obama would not have extended the period for retaining the less-comprehensive policies, but in the current political environment, he opted to take a step to protect health care reform against a Republican takeover in the Senate. - The New York Times|
|20140308 10:37||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Oh shoot, I just saw that on my way out the door to help my Mom move. TTYL.|
|20140307 20:46||Pappy||On board now, Snowy.|
|20140307 16:32||3dc||Oldspook - there is a video on liveleak that shows how to make a costume like that. Think paperclip:|
|20140307 13:58||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Hey is Pappy around?|
|20140307 12:17||OldSpook||Oh the poor dears, guessing wrong can be harmful? Tut, tut, that cant be allowed to happen to the snowflake generation. Wouldn't want them to actually learn that actions have consequences, good and bad. Oh lets give everyone a trophy.|
|20140307 10:49||Deacon Blues||The SAT test is changing again. Another change will include granting students credit for guessing. Currently, points are deducted for incorrect answers.|
|20140307 07:29||Glenmore||No, Skidmark, it just becomes irrational.|
|20140306 18:48||Skidmark||World ends March 14, 2015 @9:26:53.|
|20140306 16:39||swksvolFF||I believe the only thing holding that in place is that it is a jpeg file.|
|20140306 16:18||Sherry||Just caught up on DiploMad 2.0. If you haven't been reading, start at Feb 28 and read up (oh and Feb 26 is worth the click)|
Comments are also good
|20140306 16:08||OldSpook||3dc I wonder how thats held in place. On second thought, i don't want to know.|
|20140306 15:34||Deacon Blues||Not a chemist. Piping and plant design.|
|20140306 15:26||Deacon Blues||The Carolina reaper is 2.2 million Scoville units.|
|20140306 14:56||Grunter||I just copied an interesting looking recipe for Sriracha-style hot sauce from the LA Times site.(dated 1.26.2013)|
25 minutes prep time.
|20140306 14:54||Grunter||You're not a chemist by any chance, DB?|
|20140306 14:35||Deacon Blues||Don't look, Ethyl!|
|20140306 12:59||3dc||one of this year's Rio Samba people.|
|20140306 12:58||3dc|| Sort of like the photo at this link Deacon?|
|20140306 12:51||3dc||So Holder needs some Carolina Reaper TJ to light a fire under his ass?|
|20140306 07:42||Deacon Blues||Welder's gloves and goggles, Shipman. Flavour is a bit citrus.|
|20140306 06:56||trailing wife||What is it that stops a post from going in, when the exact same words seem to work in another post? Is it that I erase cookies routinely?|
I don't know, OldSpook, but I sometimes have the same problem. I know that at one point Fred added some code that, as I understand it, sort of stopped recognizing one's O Club cookie if no posts are made in a certain number of days, so my first post here is generally reestablishing my presence to the server. This may not be connected to your question -- the inner ways of computers are a dark mystery to me.
|20140306 04:41||trailing wife||Those of you who are gentlemen of the paler persuasion have now been warned:|
What a difference a couple of decades make. Appearing in Sunday’s New York Times was the headline, “Democrats Try Wooing Ones Who Got Away: White Men”:
|20140306 04:35||Shipman||Okay, I will be very careful Deacon. What's the best (safest) way to use this variety of TJ? The last I got was hotish but had an excellent flavor, used it in meatloaf even.|