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Current Events / Re: What's Cool in Science This Week?
« Last post by Pete Dero on Today at 09:33:44 AM »
Introductory astronomy course for free (eTextbook) :  (paperback = $ 44)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075FG4KTK/ref=pe_385040_117923520_TE_M1DP
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Current Events / Re: Nork Nukes Nearing Nuisance?
« Last post by mirth on Today at 09:19:30 AM »
I never thought I'd look back fondly on the foreign policy of the Obama administration, yet here we are.
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Current Events / Re: Nork Nukes Nearing Nuisance?
« Last post by Con on Today at 09:15:52 AM »
https://twitter.com/NBCNews/status/999647483650347008
I honestly was expecting it to be satire. Not sure how I feel that it is real with itís Twitter grammar and blame deflecting position
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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Han Solo Movie
« Last post by Sir Slash on Today at 08:34:14 AM »
Glad to hear it doesn't suck and might be a winner. It's on my list now.
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Current Events / Re: Nork Nukes Nearing Nuisance?
« Last post by bbmike on Today at 08:31:30 AM »
^Is it just me or is that a really oddly written letter?

You were expecting something else?

I know, you'd think after a year I would start getting used to this kind of stuff.
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Books & Reading / Re: What are we reading?
« Last post by Sir Slash on Today at 08:24:53 AM »
Just finished, "The Battles and Campaigns of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest" by Brig. Gen. John Scales. A very good book about Forrest's Civil War record, not so much about the man himself, with assessments of his tactics and operational abilities as his experience increased during the war. It even includes step-by-step directions to almost all of his battles and campaigns if you're ever near the Tennessee/Mississippi/Alabama area. I enjoyed it greatly.  O0
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What's the big deal? It's not like the Nuclear Weapons are going to try to escape or something.
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