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20150522 12:09 trailing wife It's not just Iraq though, badanov. It's Iraq and Syria -- and ISIS just took control of both sides of the last border crossing between the two.

Granted, the territory on both sides contains an awful lot of empty desert, but still.
20150522 01:34 badanov My opinion with regard to Iraq is that for all its claims, ISIS can't sustain the losses it has sustained for long.

They have to keep on the offensive, and they can't afford to hold ground. They need more bodies to replace the ones they are grinding into hamburger.

The optics are terrible, to be sure, but in the end, I doubt ISIS will be able to claim much more than a Pyrrhic victory.
20150520 19:40 OldSpook clever.

20150520 16:47 Bright Pebbles "News"!

20150520 11:11 Skidmark Here's a lead to the ISIS map for you Thing.
I don't know hoe current they keep it.
20150520 00:29 badanov Make your own.
20150519 23:50 Skidmark up-to-date map

Apparently Thing, it would be obsolete before it was published.
20150519 21:03 Thing From Snowy Mountain Hey, does anyone know of a site that has an up-to-date map of ISIS-held territory?
20150519 20:12 OldSpook Can we set up a FundMe site to collect money to pay Pudgy to keep her?
20150519 10:45 Deacon Blues Gloria Steinham iS going to lead a women'S March in North Korea. Too bad she won't do the same in Iran.
20150518 22:06 Frank G Sister works for SDPD Crime Lab as an Senior Analyst. Current Chief Zimmerman is a personal friend (via sister)
20150518 22:04 Frank G already liked, Gloria. Good link!
20150517 23:41 Pappy Blue Lives Matter
20150517 22:01 trailing wife Here is Gloria's Facebook page, for those interested in Blue Lives Matter: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Blue-Lives-Matter/2023392027801748?ref=ts&fref=ts
20150517 21:38 trailing wife I'll take a look at it, Gloria.
20150517 20:20 Gloria I have a FB page Blue Lives Matter only been up a few weeks, would like help promoting it. Thanks.
20150517 20:08 3dc Also this purge begins: http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/05/15/us-lockheed-boeing-ula-idUSKBN0O029D20150515
20150517 20:05 3dc Thing - the reboost attempt with another Proton failed on the same day.
20150517 10:41 Thing From Snowy Mountain It's not a physical bump. The supply ship carries fuel which iis run through a rocket engine, sometimes on the Progress.
20150517 00:10 Skidmark Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again.
20150517 00:09 Skidmark As I understand it, the ISS is in a decaying orbit and each visitor gives it a maintenance bump back into place. If the interval between visits becomes too great due to launch issues, the bump needed will exceed structural stress factors and it will all come tumbling down.