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Let's go hunting the hunters  Dr Walter Palmer, murderer of #Cecil  
 is a member of Safari Club International Organisation. They have 55,000 big game hunting members and they market their package as being benevolent as it is simply a matter of culling wild game because there is too much wild game around. This devious marketing ploy was invented in the 30s, nearly a century ago when there was a lot more wild game about. Most wild game is now facing extinction. We need to stop the rot where it is the most powerful.

Organisations like Safari Club International make millions, if not billions, out of people with too much money and too little morality. They generally have peabrains and small dicks as well. Let's email this company and others like it to force them to close down their businesses.

Safari Club International Director of Sales, Angelia Sagi, angelias@safariclub.org  http://www.scifirstforhunters.org/

African Safari Hunting Consultants. Jeff Martinell Big Game Consultant, Inc.   biggame@ptd.net  http://www.luxuryhunts.com/

These are my two contributions to start with. You search google for all things related to big game hunting. Get the email address and let's start telling these people that they need to cease business. Go!
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RIP Chris Squire; you'll always be with us whenever we hear your music.
Co-founding bassist Chris Squire died June 28, 2015 at 67 after a battle with leukemia.
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An annual dog-meat festival in south-west China is taking place on Monday amid uproar from animal rights activists.
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Congratulation Alli on completing the Edinburgh Marathon...
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+Carol Bradnam the height?
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+Trevor Marsh Thank you, x2. We are very happy that the technical issues were resolved and we could finally share this with all of you. :) :)
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I also use invert Y axis and and, in my case, I can explain how it came about. Quite simply it comes from the old 8 bit days, before a mouse, and using a joystick for movement in a game. On machines like the C64 and CPC464 etc. You would either use the keyboard for movement or a joystick and, on a joystick, to look up you pull back and to look down you push forward. This translates on a mouse to pull down to look up and push up to look down.

I've never Brocken the habit as, as Gopher shows, it would mean having to completely relearn the muscle memory of playing first person games.
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This trailer contains a lot that isn't in the book and has a very "V" type vibe depressingly. I'm not very hopeful that this is going to be very faithful to the book.
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+Trevor Marsh I was going to say V or Earth Final Conflict but you beat me to it.
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http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2015/06/10/cautionary_tale_a_parable_of_science_fiction.html

A scary read and one that's, probably, pretty close to how this type of event could play out as things stand at the moment.
Take a moment and indulge me. I want you to imagine a scenario. Astronomers mapping the sky find a moving object, incredibly faint, in their data. It’s moving slowly, so it’s very far away and probably small. Their best guess is that it’s an asteroid about a kilometer across. Because...
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One of my favourite DW quotes:-



There are those who believe that knowledge can only be recalled, that there was some Golden Age in the distant past when everything was known and the stones fitted together so you could hardly put a knife between them, you know, and it's obvious they had flying machines, right, because of the way the earthworks can only be seen from above, yeah? and there's this museum I read about where they found a pocket calculator under the altar of this ancient temple, you know what I'm saying? but the government hushed it up ...†



† It's amazing how good governments are, given their track record in almost every other field, at hushing up things like alien encounters. One reason may be that the aliens themselves are too embarrassed to talk about it. It's not known why most of the space-going races of the universe want to undertake rummaging in Earthling underwear as a prelude to formal contact. But representatives of several hundred races have taken to hanging out, unsuspected by one another, in rural corners of the planet and, as a result of this, keep on abducting other would-be abductees. Some have been in fact abducted while waiting to carry out an abduction on a couple of other aliens trying to abduct the aliens who were, as a result of misunderstood instructions, trying to form cattle into circles and mutilate crops. The planet Earth is now banned to an alien races until they can compare notes and find out how many, if any, real humans they have actually got. It is gloomily suspected that there is only one who is big, hairy and has very large feet. The truth may be out there, but lies are inside your head.
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+Trevor Marsh heh, that doesn't surprise me.

I figure there are two types of people interested in conspiracy theories. Those who are too dense to realise how silly they really are and those who find them amusing.
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I will never install a mod through Steam Workshop as it's, almost, impossible to police the run order; Mod Organiser or NMM are required if you use more than a couple of dozen mods. Well, if you want a stable game anyway. So no, I'll never buy a mod through Steam Workshop.
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Why would you use a WD Green HDD; they're dog slow?
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Late reply, but 5400 rpm hard drives are more quiet than a 7200 or 10,000 rpm hard drive. Although it's a negligible difference, that's the only difference I can think of
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