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Saturday, October 8, 2022

Smorgasbord For Your Covfefe....

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

  



































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  1. The Thomas Sowell quote is at the root of everything that is wrong with the gov't.
    Without penalty you'll have irresponsibility and calamity.

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  2. Good Read - "Lucifer's Hammer", a post apocalyptic novel detailing the aftermath of a large comet strike on earth and the efforts of the characters to survive the aftermath. It's sort of nuclear Armageddon without the radiation.

    Nemo

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    1. Yeah; a good read. There was another one about the Iranians hacking into satellites that held kinetic weapons; tungsten steel rods; "rods from God." That was a good one too. 'Can't remember the name of it though.

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  3. Some really good ones here, but #20, AH, that one, it's like the LIghtfoot and ET memes, perfect!

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  4. #2 - Bwahahahahah! #4 - too early in the AM, TOO EARLY! Pouring eye-bleach in my coffee mug.

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  5. Book about last days after nuclear war: On the Beach by Nevil Shute

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    1. I read that several times. First when I was young, in Jr. High, and then as a young adult, then later in my 30's. The message always resonated. Perhaps it would be even stronger today.

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    2. Much as I like most of Mr. Norway's work, especially his history of the British airship failure recounted in Chapter 6 of his autobiography "Slide Rule", his novel "On the Beach" was anti-proliferation propaganda at its heart, not based in reality.

      Of greater concern than individual detonations is the potential effect of an EMP attack against these united States; a somewhat optimistic fictional take is "One Second After" by Forstchen.

      With regard to all who seek the Light, Historian

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  6. LMAO @ the dog with the ball! Please tell me it's name is Dixie!

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