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    Battlestar Galactica

    No to both counts. I use different screen names on each forum I belong to (4 at last count), it helps keep the different voices in my head from fighting over whose turn it is to talk. Viper-61, I realized after I posted one of the military axioms I've heard, which is, "Every Marine is a...
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    What Happened to the dragon

    And THAT my friend, is what slush funds and black ops are for in the first place. Dargons? What Dragons? ConFleet got rid of those years ago. Now, let's talk about why the Deep Space Rescue Vehicle project is so overbudget.* *The DSRV program was a favorite hiding place for Navy special...
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    What Happened to the dragon

    I'm willing to bet that even though they said they were mothballing or scrappng the Dragons ConFleet probably kept some around. Something for their spec-ops boys to use. Something like that would be great for anti-piracy, long range covert surveilence and the ocassional assasination-oops...
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    Battlestar Galactica

    I was just offereing the explanation of why I stopped watching. And, from conversations with a house full of sci-fi geeks on the matter, and the show's eventual cancellation due to loss of viewers it seems I was not alone.
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    To the PETA...

    "I didn't claw my way to the top of the food chain just to be a vegetarian."
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    Battlestar Galactica

    Because it got pretty silly to have a show about pilots when every other episode had them fighting as light infantry.
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    Iraq or N. Korea? Or neither?

    Thanks for brining up Churchill LeHah. I do not understand the squeamishness about the use of gas. I am strongly in favour of using poisonous gas against uncivilised tribes. Writing as president of the Air Council, 1919 (Guess what- he's talking about the Kurds!) One may dislike...
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    Iraq or N. Korea? Or neither?

    1) No, we don't. 2) Canada isn't much safer, especially with Amphetamine laced USAF ground attack pilots. Say, most of those planes can carry tactical nukes...
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    Iraq or N. Korea? Or neither?

    Some of the items banned from importation to Iraq: http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~progress/flyers/banned.html If Iraq wants to import any item that may have a dual use they have to run it by the UN Security Council. Any member of the Security Council can veto the item. It only takes one...
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    Iraq or N. Korea? Or neither?

    Also, in WWII, we were attacked first, there was a draft, the government took over the econimy to preserve war production, gas and food was rationed... (Government intervention in the economy? Sounds kinds socialist to me :rolleyes: ) You know what's irritating, Knight Ridder reported that...
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    Iraq or N. Korea? Or neither?

    Well I couldn't remember how to spell Luxembourg.
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    Iraq or N. Korea? Or neither?

    The chickenhawk rogues gallery: http://www.nhgazette.com/chickenhawks.html and this one: http://www.toostupidtobepresident.com/shockwave/chickenhawks.htm Oh, and on topic I say Monaco.
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    Iraq or N. Korea? Or neither?

    Tell your dad that one of your message board buddies appreciates his service to his country. I have great admiration for those who make the commitment to their country to put on the uniform and stand in harms way. However i have no tolerance for those who are willing to send those...
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    Tolwyn...like Bush?

    And, white males between the ages of 20 and 50 are more likely to be serial killers than non-white males. Racial profiling wouldn't have saved the lives of over a hundred-fifty people in Oklahoma City. About the reporter-whether or not she claimed t be closer, if she misrepresented herself...
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    Tolwyn...like Bush?

    Tolwyn was doing what he believed was best for humanity, he was wrong and demented, but well intentioned. I don't think Bush has those good (albeit warped) intentions. Although his boys have misused a certain Thomas Jefferson quote as well.
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