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Saturday, 28 November 2015

Random Shots for Friday, 27 November 2015

Filed under: Random Shots — mikewb1971 @ 12:07 AM (00:07)

Today in history

Comments I’ve posted

  1. Posted to Facebook

    Hey, Dannie, you’re a fan of Hillary, right?

  2. Posted to Facebook

    “The governors should respond by instructing their governments not to accept funds”

    Surely you jest . . . ?

  3. Posted to Facebook

    Still, Rove doesn’t seem to have any problem with Republicans who use gun owners as the rhetorical soccer ball — kicking us around when it’s politically expedient (for ex: the Bushes, McCain, Romney, Peter King, the Girly-man Governator, etc., etc., etc.), so I refuse to speak up in his defense.

Listening / Reading / Watching

  1. Dark Skies
  2. LittleThings800-Year-Old Seeds Have Grown Into A History-Altering Plant by Laura Caseley [H/T Steven Vandervelde]
  3. Russia InsiderChina Is Setting up Its First Military Base in Africa by Dave Majumdar [H/T Seth Anderson Bailey]
  4. Gun Owners of America [GOA] — Gun Owners of America: Time to Let Gun Grabbers Know We Will Not Comply by AWR Hawkins
  5. Young ConservativesAnonymous Launches war on ISIS, Delivers First Blow Over Paris Attacks by Michael Cantrell
  6. scifiideas.com —

         Star Trek is as out-of-date today as Buck Rogers was in 1980 (Take the hint!) by Steven Lyle Jordan [H/T Eric Johnson]

         Britannia Rules the Stars – An Alternate History Timeline by Mark Ball

         10 storylines from Star Trek: Online that could be used in the new Star Trek series by Guest

  7. FuturismPhysicists Discover New Massless Particle; Could Revolutionize Electronics & Quantum Computing by Jolene Creighton
  8. ReutersHow an ugly, brutally effective warplane won the battle for its future by David Axe [H/T Scott Campanaro]

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