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Lawman

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  1. I guarantee regardless of whatever they call it, they will make endless rules to protect it from any outside influence or risk to its existence. Good luck landing any more scientific studies within 400 miles of the “existing pool of biological mass.” Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. If that dude sitting their with his head up his ass is still alive, fire him. Holy hell dude. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. “First they Killed my Father” It’s on Netflix, and while it’s a 2 hour absolute bummer of a movie it is amazing as far as historical docu-drama about the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. As a father there were moments in that movie where I just had to stop because you see this perspective of events from a 5 year old little girl trying to understand the insanity going in around her and her family, and it’s incredibly humbling. It’s based on the events of an actual family and the survivors from it, and other than “The Killing Fields” I’ve never seen anything so in your face about the reality of what w
  4. We are currently having that fight in the push for the mobile mission planning system in USASOAC. Every time we brief ForeFlight somebody will bring up AeroApp, which is an immediate identifier to discount all their other opinions. If you have ever actually tried to employ AeroApp you would know better than to ever bring it up in conversation as a suitable product for use. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Electric cars predated the common usage of internal combustion engines. Fact is one technology progressed in development at a far outstripping pace while electric motor generation and batter capacity/storage duration couldn’t ever dream to match it. And even with that, we were still plowing fields across the country and moving stuff by horse well into the mid 20th century. Batteries are literally just catching up, more due to the general tech industry shift from personal use electronics than from Elon moving the needle with electric cars. Some of us remember NiCad batteries and how crap they
  6. M/CH-47... no de-ice Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. That’s the other 300 billion.... See you gotta spend money to make a privately owned company that aligns with ideological interests viable to the general public. You can’t just assume that technology can fund its own development. *sarcasm* Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. Nothing a couple hundred billion of forcibly directed infrastructure spending wouldn’t solve! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. It’s the excess of cash involved in speeding current offers combined with limited supply. There is an influx of buyers relocating in the face of higher property taxes in high cost areas and COVID. Essentially it’s caused a bunch of people with good equity to enter much less expensive markets. Other problem is lumber costs shot up massively, and now builders are slowing to minimum work just to keep their teams employed but they can’t build the houses they contracted for at a profit, much less can they engage in new property development. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Along those lines... every aircraft the military has with a GPS based navigation system capable of dropping bombs within close range of troops, but not certified to fly into an international airport. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. -That ability to incorporate some form of stand off day/night sensor both for navigation and targeting. -Organic designation capability (or even just as a section having a buddy/shooter capability). -Employment and fielding of any form of standoff ground attack capability. You can dismiss it but half the airplanes in your list of contemporaries the Tornado was on the ramp with in desert storm enjoyed that ability. Even the A-7 which was supposed to be retired and literally held on to so it could go on the Midway class carriers that couldn’t handle A-6 had enjoyed a stand-off land attack ca
  12. For the opening salvo of the Air Campaign the Fin was flying an extremely low number of sorties (2%) while experiencing roughly 25% of the Allied air losses. This was entirely a combination or tactics vs threat driven both by the limitation of the platform (optimization to low level Euro campaign entirely) with no organic PGM capability in the GR1 and the requirement of those tactics/capes to put the airplane right into the most dangerous regime as far as threat. And there is absolutely no comparison between Tornado GR1 and the IS fielded 111s at the time. GR4 developed into something simila
  13. For the entire 4 years of the Trump presidency has critics and talk head representatives on any number of press sources have attributed statements directly to the president that didn’t happen or were taken completely out of context to construct false statements. Nobody in their camps complained or called them on it. Guess what, the bar was permanent lowered. You can blame the lack of editorial integrity by the press when permitting false statements selectively to align with their greater political narrative. They had no problem bold face stoping or interrupting the office of the Executive o
  14. Also despite that it is the largest market share of viewers in the room... absolutely no questions from those people of the network starting with F. Man it’s almost like they are afraid of Fox News. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  15. My facial hair turns a color of red that doesn’t exist in Nature except as a way to warn other species. It is epic and it is terrifying. Look like a Swedish porn star from 1978. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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