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Brian Fahrlander
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Kodak probably doesn't want to offer support for Linux because they have a Unix they used to push, back around 1989.
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The P-36 to me is a 'magic' airplane; for whatever reason it was 'the best' at one point, and then at the last moment, the US Army Air Corps threw an online engine on it, and called it the P-40. (!)

The plane wasn't perfect, but at the time it was precisely what was needed. The Army called for 500 of the planes...and paid only $9 million. (Now, that might pay for landing gear for one plane...) We were so LUCKY to have this plane on-hand: all the tools for making it were complete and tested, and upgrading an existing airframe was a brilliant move.

By the time the war was over, the P-40 had served with 27 nations!
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I've been unable to stand Sara Silverman since the episode of her TV show where SHE LICKED A DOG'S ASS REPEATEDLY.

That kind of 'hilarious' buffoonery is probably why her last show was cancelled...
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You guys are so used to the taste of propaganda, you prefer it!
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Nope: the G model is a TWO SEATER...and it was made at the Curtiss factory in Buffalo, NY: home of the Warhawk.
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Updated NASA Data: Global Warming Not Causing Any Polar Ice Retreat

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Updated data from NASA satellite instruments reveal the Earth’s polar ice caps have not receded at all since the satellite instruments began measuring the ice caps in 1979. Since the end of 2012, moreover, total polar ice extent has largely remained above the post-1979 average. The updated data contradict one of the most frequently asserted global warming claims – that global warming is causing the polar ice caps to recede.
The timing of the 1979 NASA satellite instrument launch could not have been better for global warming alarmists. The late 1970s marked the end of a 30-year cooling trend. As a result, the polar ice caps were quite likely more extensive than they had been since at least the 1920s. Nevertheless, this abnormally extensive 1979 polar ice extent would appear to be the “normal” baseline when comparing post-1979 polar ice extent.
Updated NASA satellite data show the polar ice caps remained at approximately their 1979 extent until the middle of the last decade. Beginning in 2005, however, polar ice modestly receded for several years. By 2012, polar sea ice had receded by approximately 10 percent from 1979 measurements. (Total polar ice area – factoring in both sea and land ice – had receded by much less than 10 percent, but alarmists focused on the sea ice loss as “proof” of a global warming crisis.)
Updated data from NASA satellite instruments reveal the Earth’s polar ice caps have not receded at all since the satellite instruments began measuring the ice caps in 1979.
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I've always loved this part...after 30 years or more it still makes me cry.

I was a kid-outta-nowhere when this came out. I had some computer skills, but nobody in my hometown could even SPELL "computer". I was as lost as Luke, staring at the double suns, wondering just how to get where the action is.

This aerial scene is reminiscent of old WW2 scenes...and much like most of my computer career, others fell until I was the only one to solve the problems. And it happened so many times.

Here's the intended version of the best Star Wars show they ever made...milk bottles and all!
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Hey...isn't this what used to be playing on the SyFyChannel? What did they call it? OH! Science Fiction!

I didn't recognize it because it didn't have snakes on a plane, monkeys on a rampage, or a shark somehow eating the world from underwater....and no one-word name for a title.

Nice change! I hope it's not too preachy, as propaganda goes.
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Such a classic and storied model to fly; and a great scale, too! (Although there were ~100 aircraft in the AVG; you'd think we'd see one other than 47)  I was worried about the wind, but it looks like you handled it ok...
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What do you thinkers think about this?
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Sanger also was a strong supporter of negative eugenics.
"To weed out the weak and unfit"
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  • Home as a caregiver
    Caregiver, 2001 - 2013
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Evansville, IN
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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!
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  • University of Southern Indiana
    MIS/CIS
  • F.J. Reitz High School
    Aeronautics
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