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20150330 01:31 OldSpook Sorry for the goofy vowels, I dont have the patience to figure out what magic word the filters dont like. Here ya go - need an article deleted for the good of the Burg

MòDS - plêâsê dêlêtê ân ârtîclê - thê ònê òn Mòtòcyclês...FBî Gâng lîst.

Thê lînkêd sîtê îs â nòn-crêdîblê sîtê - nòtîcê îts wâshîngtònpòst.còm.Cò

îts thêrê tò dêlîbêrâtêly bâît rêpòstîng în òrdêr tò dîscrêdît òthêr sîtês.

Thâts nòt thê rêâl WâPò, thê stòry îs bògûs

òthêr hêâdlînês ât thât sîtê: òbâmâ’s êxêcûtîvê âmnêsty Wîll Grânt îllêgâls Mârîjûânâ Sêllêr Pêrmîts

âmâzòn Sâys Thêy Wîll Bê Rêmòvîng âll Bòb Mârlêy Mûsîc ând Mêrchândîsê Fròm Thêîr Wêbsîtê

Têd Crûz âdds Mândâtòry Chûrch Tò Plâtfòrm âftêr “înspîrîng Wòrds” Fròm Sylvîâ âllên

î sûggêst dêlêtîng thîs ârtîclê bêfòrê ît sprêâds thê dîsînfòrmâtîòn âny fûrthêr.

ând FYî - Hêrê's thê snòpês òn thîs ònê:

http://www.snopes.com/media/notnews/motorcyclegang.asp
20150329 23:51 OldSpook Real Class (does a lot of fundraising for Airborne and Spec Ops community charities). Apparently is also a unofficial volunteer fireman in D1ckson Tn as of 2011. www(dot)popeater(dot)com/2011/02/15/craig-morgan-fire/
20150329 23:50 OldSpook Craig Morgan - EMT at 18, Deputy, enlisted US Army, 101st (air assault qualified), Panama with the 82nd, Desert Storm too - 9+ years active plus some reserves time too. Real deal.
20150329 23:37 OldSpook Here's an oldie

20150329 20:29 3dc http://www.newsweek.com/stories-inside-putin-propaganda-machine-317425
20150329 18:25 Dale http://conservativetribune.com/corps-commandant-exposes-obama/
20150329 14:14 Pappy Flower-class were a pretty simple and durable platform. I can see where it would lend itself to a low-level type of conflict. Since it's based on a commercial design, there's lots capability for mods.

Flowers were designated in the USN as PGs (patrol gunboats,) btw.
20150329 14:02 Shipman Bad, get ahold of Micharl Gannon's Black May, lots of good history concerning the Flowers at the peak of the War in the Atlantic.

20150329 13:07 badanov Some Sunday early afternoon Craig Morgan:

20150329 10:23 badanov I guess it was WWII ship, not WWI.
20150329 10:19 badanov It's a Flower class corvette
20150329 10:15 badanov Open gun turrets. I'm not that good at graphics, not enough to close the turrets. The ship is functional, though, and only an update to date aircraft has any chance of even getting a shot off. The trusty rusty SU-25 ain't gonna do it. I got shot down three times before the ship even got on my radar.

I managed to sink one of the corvettes with the Russian version of the AGM-65 Maverick, the Kh-29, before the AAA fire got too intense. It's a challenge.

It reminds me to the game Harpoon, except using Arma 2, it's in the minutiae. Not a bad thing, though, and very entertaining, if challeging.

The ship does the job, and it is the only reasonbly sized ship that does.
20150329 09:20 Pappy Given the modular configurations of many weapon systems, it's not all that far a stretch that an older warship might be reworked a bit for "local use." Though I wonder about the WWI vintage naval architecture...
20150328 23:37 badanov Arma 2 has a WWI vintage corvette I have "modernized" with a SAM launcher for both sides, As it is, the artillery is long range enough to take down modern Arma 2 aircraft.

It puts the game into as whole 'nother world dodging AAA and SAMS.

The aircraft used is an SU-34 loaded out w/ air launched ASMs.

Two corvettes w/ six light boats as escorts per side.
20150328 23:21 Pappy There used to be LSTs equipped with rocket launchers.

And there was speculation some years back about converting one of the older 'gators' like an LSD or LPD; adding a vertical launch system into what was originally the flight deck and amphib well.

Big problem is that, for reasons I won't go into, it wouldn't have been a rapid-response combat-support system.
20150328 17:46 Shipman CSG = Cullinary Sp8c1alist Gun.
20150328 17:40 Glenmore Just saw a flight of A-10's go over my house. Saw three, think I heard a fourth. Haven't seen them in a while. Not since the ANG at Belle Chasse adopted the Hornet a few years ago. Wonder who they belong to?
20150328 16:33 Pappy bad: USN corvette designation is FS.

Closest thing to an FS now is the LSC

Usually the 'G' designation is for ships with anti-air capability, like FFG, DDG. CG etc.

Subs have a 'G' if they have land-attack or anti-ship cruise missiles (Harpoons don't count.)

SSBN is a ballistic missile sub.

However, an amphib can have a 'G' meaning its equipped for fire-support
20150328 12:30 badanov Pappy: CS is US naval designation for a corvette. A corvette armed with antiship missiles would be designated CSG, correct?
20150328 00:38 OldSpook re: supersonic baltic flights... we used to run SR-71 up the baltic back when we had balls.
20150328 00:35 badanov Rebels just said that the murder of the formation commander in Donetsk Roman Vozkik last night may have been due to "infighting".

Or the Ukrainians.

Them guys play hardball!
20150327 22:00 Bright Pebbles Causes for UNEXPECTED Foreign Policy MidEast Problems a "Puzzle"

They could have at least put an MSM-Unexpected in for us to laugh at.
20150327 21:27 trailing wife It's the NYT. Of course they can't understand why it's gone wrong, poor dears.
20150327 21:26 trailing wife Twelve hours? Very well done, badanov!
20150327 21:08 Pappy NYT: Causes for Foreign Policy MidEast Problems a "Puzzle"
20150327 16:23 badanov Pretty much scooped Russian mainsteam( not to mention western) press with the story on the murder of the commander in Donetsk, by at least 12 hours.
20150327 13:00 swksvolFF That's why politicians have drivers, I guess

Tell me about it, mine has 8 loft adjustments.
-BHO
20150326 23:15 3dc Egyptian navy has fired shots at Iranian warships
20150326 22:12 Glenmore That's why politicians have drivers, I guess.
20150326 21:21 Bright Pebbles One for the gamers

XFO Long War
20150326 20:23 Pappy Richard III laid to rest at Leicester Cathedral.
20150326 11:45 Skidmark For you big engine, R/C folks.
20150326 07:03 Shipman From Cdr. Salamander:

20150326 02:47 Skidmark Any MOD, todays Texas City Battle newslink is broken.
20150325 23:51 Thing From Snowy Mountain 3dc: I might have to use a different example then, like maybe the pastafarians.
20150325 22:40 Grunter Has any info at all been released about the Airbus pilots? Beginning to wonder about that.
20150325 21:48 SteveS Just saw one of our fav spokes-chewtoys on Faux News. It appears Jen has a new jowl-minimizing hairdo. Is someone reading the 'burg?
20150325 21:37 3dc view sub gen as performance art.
20150325 21:34 3dc Thing - one of my college friends turned out to be one of the folks who created the Church of the Subgenius. He explained it to me like this: A bunch of us got laid off from Texas Instruments. Mainly folks who worked on the mil stuff. We would meet to discuss jobs and stuff in this Unitarian Church. We noticed we had all sorts of tech audio and video skills and the Unitarians had a bunch of very skilled amateur actors and artists. The church agreed to vet what we came up with on an outrageous scale. The end result was the whole Church of the SubGenius theme. So Unitarians in Dallas-FortWorth plus laid off hi-tech workers.
20150325 20:57 Bright Pebbles Think the Aribus crash needs to roll over again...

Pilot leaves cockpit, can't get back in...

That sort of lessens likelyhood of accident..
20150325 20:44 Thing From Snowy Mountain I haven't seen the youtube video.
20150325 20:43 Thing From Snowy Mountain I disagree with all of them to some extent: Ace, Robinson, and Boulder Terlit Hobo, who wrote the comment.

My main problem with a lot of atheists is the same as with the Church of the Subgenius: they're basically philosophical creationists. Yah, traditional American culture was the result of a thousand years of evolution and a historical process going back to at least 1066 and going forward through a civil war every two or three generations, all the way up to the American Revolution... but they're going to make something better in a marathon college sophmore bull session, and on the seventh day, they'll rest.
20150325 20:29 Pappy The problem with atheists is that they haven't lost their moral compass. So they'll seek out other frameworks of piety - in too many cases, frameworks that promise to make them better than Christians and Jews

You mean like vegans outing the "false vegans in the Movement"? (true youtube vid...)
20150325 20:02 Thing From Snowy Mountain From the AOSHQ Comments Section:

Robertson doesn't just get atheism wrong, he gets its moral weakness wrong.

The problem with atheists isn't that they are going to say "if God is absent, everything is permitted" (paraphrasing some Russian book I haven't read). The problem with atheists is that they haven't lost their moral compass. So they'll seek out other frameworks of piety - in too many cases, frameworks that promise to make them better than Christians and Jews.

And if more than one person accepts this new framework, we end up with Cultural Revolutions: http://tinyurl.com/pmmwhyv

Robertson needs to lay off the Pascal and start reading more Voegelin and Burke.
20150325 20:01 Thing From Snowy Mountain Well, Pappy, I didn't want to call people out since I do get pissy when I lock horns with someone that I believe is being deliberately abstruse in order to mask an agenda.

It's kind of like having our own personal version of the OJ Simpson Jury.
20150325 17:34 Bright Pebbles http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg-us-intelligence-yemen-20150325-story.html#page=1
HOW?!?
20150325 16:27 Grunter Thanks, b.
20150325 16:23 Shipman heh, OS used to sell them when I worked in retail as a yoot. Didn't know they were Dutch, sold many to restaurants for getting the last out of ketchup bottles.
20150325 16:01 badanov Install Ad Block Plus. In most cases it will kill the redirect.
20150325 15:14 Deacon Blues Nope. Just that if we weren't Mormons we weren't baptised.
20150325 14:22 Skidmark Did he also talk of the baptism ceremonies Deacon? Much like monks scribbling the 9 billion names of God, the MOs have dipping parties for names pulled from geneologies, census, B/D records, voter records, etc. Those that drink the koolaid get extra points on their afterlife entrance exam.
20150325 13:06 Deacon Blues Found out something I didn't know from one of my Mormon friends. If you were't baptised by a Mormon man of God in a Mormon church then you have not been baptized, you just got wet. He couldn't explain why.
20150325 11:37 OldSpook Do you know how copper wire was invented? Two Dutch fought for a penny.

Evidence of "frugal" Dutchmen?

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you The Flessenlikker

It is a common tool in kitchens in the Netherlands and available in many kitchen stores and supermarkets — although this may vary by region. It is almost entirely unused and unknown outside of that country.
20150325 11:32 Grunter What was the trick with dealing with vindicosuite (which is back)? Was it malwarebytes?