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Eh, its just giving them attention and giving justification to the protest.. not cool in the least
IT took him 30 years to agree to a television interview.And since then, you could count his meaningful appearances on half a hand.The people who scored the interview say it's possible he'll never be interviewed again.So how did an Australian company get to shoot the breeze in a 40-minute one-on-one with one of the most in-demand, yet seldom heard heroes of modern history, Neil Armstrong?And not just any company - accounting body CPA Australia.The first in the four-part series - Space Race - went to air online today at The Bottom Line, hosted by evoTV.It's introduced by CPA Australia CEO Alex Malley, who explains that "he knew something that a lot of people didn't know about Neil Armstrong"."His dad was an auditor."
Quote from: 341gerbig on Apr 30, 2012, 01:23:49 PMEh, its just giving them attention and giving justification to the protest.. not cool in the leastTotally disagree. No one is going to shut me up from ridiculing the hateful and the ridiculous because I'm giving my opponent attention. Sometimes a harsh spotlight is excatly what a bunch of loons need for them to break and scatter like cockroaches.
For all the video game nerds out there:Go right
Левитационная плавка.flvInduction heating. The loop in the coil is what keeps the sample suspended* until it melts. Does anyone know why liquid metals aren't magnetic? Is it because the electrons need the latice structure in order to do their magnety thing, or something?
Are there any of those types of games where the general direction of the game is left?
Quote from: David E. on May 03, 2012, 08:13:27 AMAre there any of those types of games where the general direction of the game is left?Most there are bidirectional, some of them switch between left or right. But I didn't recognize a game that moved left all of the time.