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Nice job.

I like to play the losers of these historic battles because it makes it very hard.

If I were to try anything different, I would have used the archers (the strength of the English Army) more as the chivalric knights were crossing the field initially - to thin the French out.

Then the I would keep the pike men in the center rear: and maneuver them to the fore and flanks only to meet the cavalry as a mobile picket line.

 I would have used Henry V and his bodyguards just as you did (as a reserve unit) to fill gaps in the line and prevent a breakup.

Historically, the English only suffered losses of 112 men at Agincourt and the French suffered the loss of about 7,000-10,000.

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That's a serious magazine on that dragunov at 8:15... too bad he didn't learn sniper concealment as his first skill. Combat is no place for training.

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The crux of Iraq's problem is Article 2 of it's Constitution.

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Oh what stupid bullshit.

Don't be lazy and stupid people. Don't learn from a lying-ass video - learn from authentic sources.

Read the Qur'an and ply the tafsir of Abdullah Ibn Abbas. Contextualize using the Sahih Hadiths.

These people are either apologists (Karen Armstrong) or outright liars of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Gaystoppo is the word you might be looking for.

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Bill you are correct - but let me hit the nail on the head for you.

The relevant Qur'an verse for the hijab, niqab and burqa is 33:59:

"O Prophet! Say to your wives and your daughters and (the) women (of) the believers to draw over themselves [of] their outer garments. That (is) more suitable that they should be known and not harmed. And is Allah Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful."

http://islamawakened.com/quran/33/59/

The key word of this verse is "yu thayna" ( يُؤْذَيْنَ ) in which writers of English translations are embarrassed to translate as "not harmed", "not annoyed", "not troubled", "not molested", "not maligned", not assaulted", "not insulted", "not affronted", "not harassed", "not hurt", "not teased", "not bothered" and " not abused"

Al Fasha is is the dialect of formal, Qur'anic Arabic. Because of the nuances of the Arabic language (some words like "jihad" don't translate) Islamic scholars will tell you that a Qur'an that isn't in Arabic.

The rape statistics in Norway, the child grooming gang epidemic in Britain, the kidnapping of girls in Nigeria, Egypt, Syria and Iraq give some indication of the type of "harm" and gives the hijab a martial dimension - rape jihad.

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The last traces of the New Deal (excepting SSI) were actually done away with on the recommendation of FDR's own Treasury Secretary, Henry Morgenthau:

"We have tried spending money. We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work. And I have just one interest, and if I am wrong … somebody else can have my job. I want to see this country prosperous. I want to see people get a job. I want to see people get enough to eat. We have never made good on our promises. … I say after eight years of this Administration we have just as much unemployment as when we started. … And an enormous debt to boot."

http://www.burtfolsom.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/Morgenthau.pdf

Of course, Marxists from Columbia, Chicago and Berkley's Frankfurt School were actively trying to influence the youth of America by propaganda in education and film.

http://www.ajcarchives.org/AJC_DATA/Files/5A62.PDF

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Karl Marx, in his criticism of capitalism, Das Kapital, demonstrated that he didn't understand capitalism - and for good reason: there are too many variables to quantify and predict capitalism.

Nobody designed capitalism it simply came about on it's own and was self-regulating. Intellectual egos demand that they have to be able to quantify everything and, thereby, control it.

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Fraternities are different from frat house to frat house. While partying is usually rampant, there is a desire not to bring scandal upon the fraternity and I've seen underage girls ran off.

Hazing is usually a test of a desirable quality: such as loyalty, trust, hard work, determination, honesty or mental toughness. Again, if someone is injured of killed, it brings scandal onto the fraternity.

There are usually academic standards that really limits partying. I'm a member of the oldest Greek Letter fraternity founded in 1776. It was generally required that the students remained in the top 10% of the graduating class.

There wasn't much difference at West Virginia University, University of Maryland and Johns-Hopkins University that I attended.

I can't speak for all fraternities - but the camaraderie, lifelong friendships, and connections are definitely a bonus. I would hate to see that sacrificed because bad behavior ruins it for everyone else.

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Generally, human hearing is at a range between 20, and 20,000 Hertz (Hz).
The margins of that spectrum (eg. 20-700 Hz and 20,000-30,000 Hz) require the volume (decibels (db) or amplitude ()), to be turned up in order to be audible or to detect them.

While everyone can hear 8,000 Hz at only a few decibels (eg. 1-5 db) It can require a volume of (60-70 db) to hear the low and high margins of human hearing.

Caveat: sounds in excess of 80 db can damage the hair cells of your inner ear. A dog whistle, therefore, can damage your hearing if loud enough.

Once your hearing is damaged, the neurolytic pathways play a trick, as a sort of feedback, in the absence of stimulus (think of it as phantom pains of an amputee or withdrawal symptoms of an addict) and the person may experience tinnitus or "ringing" in the ears (similar to the tone of the hearing test). Broad band tinnitus may sound more like a frog pond.

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Actually they know quite a lot:

Look at Sahih Bukhari (Book 1, Hadith 3) and Sahih Muslim (Book 1, Hadith 301)
http://sunnah.com/bukhari/1/3

http://sunnah.com/muslim/1/310

Aisha narrates the first revelation of Muhammad's prophecy verbatim: "Recite! in the name of your lord creator, created mankind from a clot..." and compare that with Chapter 96 of the same name Al Alaq (The Clot).

This means that Chapter 96 is the first Chapter of the Qur'an.

Chapter 2 is the first Chapter in Medina and begins the Muslim Lunar Calendar in 622 CE (1 AH).

The doctrine of abrogation is the most profound and broadest reaching: the doctrine gets it's authority from Allah in Chapter 2, verse 106 of the Qur'an.

"What We abrogate (of) a verse or [We] cause it to be forgotten, We bring better than it or similar (to) it. Do not you know that Allah over every thing (is) All-Powerful?"
http://islamawakened.com/quran/2/106/

This has the effect of nullifying earlier and peaceful verses in Mecca - regarding the disbelievers  (al kafaroun)

"For you (is) your belief, and for me (is) my belief."

http://islamawakened.com/quran/109/6/

This is nullified verse is abrogated by a, later, Medina verse - regarding the ones who disbelieve. (al latheena kafaroo)

"When inspired your Lord to the Angels, "I with you, so strengthen those who believed. I will cast in (the) hearts (of) those who disbelieved - the terror, so chop above the necks and chop from them every extremity."

http://islamawakened.com/quran/8/12/

This isn't Dr. Warner's interpretation - nor is it Kamal Azmy's interpretation... I't not even my interpretation.

As tafsir is an exact science, it has to be derived from an authoritative source. This is the interpretation of Abdullah Ibn Abbas. The Prophet Muhammad endorsed Hadrat Abbas as a Muftasir.

"(Unto you your religion) of disbelief and ascribing partners to Allah, (and unto me my religion) Islam and faith in Allah. The verses of fighting then abrogated this and the Prophet (pbuh) did fight them"
http://www.altafsir.com/Tafasir.asptMadhNo=0&tTafsirNo=73&tSoraNo=109&tAyahNo=6&tDisplay=yes&UserProfile=0&LanguageId=2

Some Islamic scholars claim that the transmission (isnad) of Ibn Abbas had been corrupted or lost and that nine different chains are attributed to him. Ibn Kathir agrees with this interpretation and for the Urdu translation - so does Madoudi.

Every tafsir, that I have read, (seven) agrees. This is the belief of all Muslims and those who don't interpret this way are Munafiq.

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I'm a WVU and Johns-Hopkins educated biologist and environmentalist. My Dad was a biologist and an environmentalist extraordinaire.

What Dr. Easterbrook speaks of should be blatantly obvious to anyone who passed seventh grade science.

CO2 is a trace gas that comprises 0.038% of our atmosphere and is the carbon that is fixed, by photosynthesis, to make carbohydrates and the base of our food chain.

It has an absorbency of infrared radiation in three narrow bandwidths and at concentrations of 0.038% it's absorbance is near zero and is an insignificant greenhouse gas.

The tertiary layer of the ocean contains as much dissolved CO2 as in the atmosphere. However, Ocean atmospheres that are warmer are also less dense and, as a matter of partial pressures, dissolved gasses (like CO2) re-enter the atmosphere to achieve an equilibrium.

This is why warm temperatures drive CO2 levels and not the other way around.

Anyone who calls themselves a scientist should be ashamed to fall for fallacy of argumentum ad populum. You can best redeem your reputation by demanding "Show me the data!"
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