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0815 2 points ago +2 / -0

Traitor Holcomb of course. That guy is a globalist piece of trash. Weak as fuck leadership.

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0815 1 point ago +1 / -0

48 hour victory with this few troops in such a big country is a joke. Without a week long full blown bombing campaign even more. The only thing so far is that the Ukrainians seem to adapt quicker to the outdated russian tactics but in a war of attrition will have only infantry left. A lot of battles were faught in this area and terrain before, and each was a mess in its own right.

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0815 5 points ago +6 / -1

If business don't bid on these contracts, they will stop this garbage. But business always sucks on the government's tit, because they can ask for way higher prices. Businesses just price in the governments shit requirements which is 35-50% of real cost.

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0815 3 points ago +3 / -0

RINO Woman.... About as demorat a "republican" can vote. Not surprising with this district...

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0815 2 points ago +2 / -0

About 2008 adjusted for inflation or not adjusted for inflation.

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0815 1 point ago +1 / -0

If women keep their legs closed, there is no sex. Unless it is forced and we call that rape. Guys can try to "spread their seed" all they want, if there are no open female legs, there are no resulting pregnancies...

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0815 5 points ago +5 / -0

Girls and women should know that single motherhood will land you under the bridge. It is the stupidity and do good attitude of democrats, normies and christians alike that doesn't turn that into reality. The problem is that they do it with our $$$ and not only theirs, in which case I wouldn't care.

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0815 2 points ago +2 / -0

Each one of these do-gooder projects fail. And the reason is the use of first world technology in a third world setting. There are plenty of simple technologies which get 90% of the efficiency of the most modern ones, but they are not flashy for PR and not "green". Using wood chips/ agricultural waste as a powersource. Coupled with simplified controls, it can be inexpensive and will makes them independent. These techniques are readily available. A good example are rocket style stoves for cooking which reduces the demand for "firewood" to 1/4 of current use delivering the same results. In the US, we have the resources for medium scale use of these technologies, but the local population is generally against them because of being unfamiliar and the gas distributors fight the competition tooth and nail. Especially in rural settings, these are systems that provide reliable power and make the regular grid cheaper, by eliminating the need to expand and maintain it.

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0815 2 points ago +2 / -0

Zero sources and zero explaination about anything. We call this BS packaged in nice colors. Sad.

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0815 1 point ago +1 / -0

The table only counted 2019 to 2022. A non representative sample. How about putting the last 20 years on there with the number of overall plants per year and what percentage got damaged through fire etc. Deduct natural causes like tornados/floods and then see if there is any trend outside the normal spread. The number of excess dead people in the under 50 age group according to insurance carriers is much more an anormaly and the people who made it public all got fired. This is much more important because we all know about it but the normies don't. And dead people can alarm the normies much better than a missing brand of cereal.

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0815 2 points ago +2 / -0

Tax assessment of my home went up 47%. That means property taxes will go up roughly proportionally. But I see some home for sale prices go down some. Contractor friend said homeowners stopped spending unless they have to. Material and labor are way up as well. He sees a major slowdown ahead.

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0815 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why would anybody use Generation 0 technology? How do you know your adversary doesn't have NV? It's more likely your adversary has thermal than passive NV. Price/performance is a little better when it comes to detection range und you can't be detected yourself. But thermal can also be fooled comparatively easy and lower detection range considerably. Optical passive NV is roughly in the same price category and the used optics and cell are the key. Battle hard equipment is expensive using both technologies. The hardest part is that the night offers far less protection now than it ever did.

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0815 3 points ago +3 / -0

If you use IR in a bad scenario, you just gave away your position. Passive NV is there for a reason. Minimizing IR signature is against thermal devices which catches of course IR signatures.

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0815 1 point ago +1 / -0

It seems only the jester Joe is allowed to tell the truth...

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