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Brian Fahrlander
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Lives in Evansville, IN
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Isn't Boston (or was it Baltimore) that's another Democrat ghetto?
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Thank you for this; I'm not a gun-guy, but I believe in their proper use, and my brother's the gun maven of the family. I like getting experienced opinion like this!
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How lucky can I be? I get to go out with all kindsa pretty ladies anymore!
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I was in a glider in 1989. It was at the Moontown Airport, south of Huntsville, Alabama. It was a lot of things- breathtaking, inspiring, fun, memorable...if you've never done it, do it before you die.

I got a lot of joy from flying R/C planes back in Huntsville, while I still could...this was like a perfect cap to that age.
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خوش بحال شما که سوار گليدر شدید من یک دفعه سوار شدم خیلی ترسیدم
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Wow; now THAT was a set of useless ideas. Giving money to the UN? Cloning Steve Jobs (who represents one TINY example of a huge legion of software developers) and ignores the fact that Jobs was Jobs, because of his nurturing, not just nature. DNA isn't the end-all and be-all of a being.

How about things like: BUYING Uganda. Installing sanitation, power stations and more, and then employing neighboring states to do things? China's already working to put factories there...a great start. Give an example to some TRULY impoverished people.

How about funding silicon research? Or lowering the cost of their computers? There must be thousands of things to do with the money, now that Apple has it. Was there this conversation when Gates had 40 billion, and Microsoft did, too? That was all cash...
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How about disbanding the UN? That would be a better option.
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Muslims kill non-Muslims BECAUSE THEY EXIST.  It's no more complex than that: read the Koran. ~109 passages say to maim, enslave and KILL anyone non-Muslim. Period.
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Uh....guys?  Do you realize you just made the same construct as the Firefly Serenity?

A couple of years ago I spent a WEEK going nuts, trying to optimize the two-vectors-plus-one lifter mechanism...along the lines of "how would you control that thing?"
...and you've done it, right here.

Suggestion: leave off the wings- you don't use them anyway. Change the body to look like a Firefly and see a WHOLE NEW SET OF FANS ARRIVE!  GoodOnYa!
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Henry Ford also donated a LOT of money to Hitler during the early days; he once paid $200,000 for them to march around with torches in the shape of a swastika. But he wasn't alone- Linbergh, the famous flyer thought highly of Hitler's methods, including the eugenics stuff.

I think it's safe to say that MOST geniuses are assholes. 
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+Art Cancro And they are almost always genocidal; TO THEIR OWN PEOPLE.
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not only can they not all be true
But they can all be false.
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  • Home as a caregiver
    Caregiver, 2001 - 2013
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Evansville, IN
Previously
Chicago, IL - Huntsville, AL
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WheelDweller: A guy who almost made it back to the road.
Introduction
Fourty six states visited in just 15 years. My first 15 years. Everything was built for a trip back, living and working from the road, full time. But then mom got sick. And then I went into a coma. And now it looks like I'm just gonna loiter here until I'm done.

But the coma experience was remarkable. I was there for two months; my kids were told twice to start looking for coffins. I was given the choice to go home, or come back...I chose to come back.

With brain damage from the coma, I'm unable to do small-scale work, so I'm just looking for things to do.
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Outsmarted Anderson Computing contractors at Walgreens Corportate, was quoted in Wall Street Journal, Commended for taking charge in a bank emergency, raised two GREAT kids, and most important found Christ!
Education
  • University of Southern Indiana
    MIS/CIS
  • F.J. Reitz High School
    Aeronautics
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As always, solid product and great service!
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The salmon was old, but they happily replaced it with one of their "world famous" wet burritos! A good time ther, as always.
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