Samuron

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  1. What's on your mind?

  2. Rep. Pete Stark Americans Will Vote For Anyone But An Atheist
  3. My intended point is that if you start an armory on a church property, you will probably attract attention, and it will probably not be the kind you want. Just my $.02
  4. Hmm, lessee; non-mainstream church, remote area, stockpiled armory, kids, felons. I think there was something like that in Waco, Texas, a few years back, but I'm not sure if it made the news.
  5. That won't be necessary; after reviewing your scientific data, I am now convinced that there is in fact a massive extra solar object headed towards Earth, and that its gravitational pull, combined with our alignment with the center of the galaxy, will indeed bring cataclysmic devastation to our planet.
  6. As I noted, the Solar System is moving away from the Galactic Plane, and will continue to do so for an estimated 12-15 million years before heading back towards Galactic South. This puts the next crossing of the Galactic Equator some 25-40 million years away.
  7. There is no such thing as the "Milky Way Ecliptic". The Ecliptic is the plane of the Solar System; the corresponding feature of the Milky Way is the "Galactic Plane". The Ecliptic is tilted about 60 degrees from the Galactic Plane; the Solar System is roughly 100 light years to Galactic North of the Galactic Plane, and that distance is increasing.
  8. You mean, that "oh one". I was going to convert it to base 16, but the forum has rules against hexing people.
  9. 666 would be 1010011010 in binary.
  10. I went and read some more of their stuff. Those guys really need to find girlfriends.
  11. You could've at least used the Muppet one.
  12. I'm actually wondering just how "green" such books really are. A traditional book, once printed, consumes no resources, and can be made of renewable materials. An e-book, however, must be displayed on a system that requires power, which is currently (no pun intended) produced, in most areas, using polluting technologies consuming non-renewable resources. E-books may actually still be more environmentally friendly; if someone has actual data, I’d love to see it. Just assuming that since “no trees were killed” they are automatically better, however, may not be accurate.
  13. Then all you're doing is ignoring an undesirable part of your genetic heritage and aligning yourself with another that affords you a position of apparent superiority.