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Entries for December 2006

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This morning, Frank Gaffney appeared on the FOX News Channel, talking about the danger of a “nuclear pulse.” Gaffney is founder and President of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C. The Center is a not-for-profit, non-partisan educational corporation established in 1988. Under Gaffney’s leadership, the Center has been nationally and internationally recognized as a resource for timely, informed and penetrating analyses of foreign and defense policy matters. Gaffney is one smart guy.

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That it took only a day for Target to dump its Che CD Carriers suggests that at least someone at the company knows who Guevara was, and what Cuba is today thanks in part to him.

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My Aunt Beverly sent me this. Shakespeare it may not be, but somehow I think the ol' Bard would approve.

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Posted in: Military
20
A Rush caller echoes a sacred cow from long ago, inspiring a little post-election perspective.

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Posted in: Politics
19
The main-stream media gets it carelessly wrong once again.

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Posted in: Military, Media, USNA
11
Mourning the loss of one hell of a Marine.

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08
Speak up, sir... You need the extra small condoms?

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Posted in: Media, Funny
07
Selling out for the big bucks.

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07
A belated look at Richard Torgerson's post-election post: "I still think the economy sucks, dammit!"

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05
An annoying Google Calendar display issue in Firefox, solved at last... leaving behind a disturbing consequence.

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01
Solar energy plays two direct roles: it evaporates water and, by warming the atmosphere, increases its ability to carry more water vapor. Solar energy also plays a significant indirect role. Some places are warmer than others. By a relatively complicated mechanism, these differences in air temperature result in pressure differences. Air located in an area of higher pressure will naturally flow towards areas of lower pressure. The exact path the air takes is a function of many things, including the shape of the land and the rotation of the Earth. The net result, however, is wind. When you think about it, therefore, the motion of the air – the wind – is a form of solar energy.

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