“I can’t think of a better advertisement for gun control than Alex Jones’ interview last night,” he said Tuesday on CNN’s “Newsroom.” “It was startling, it was terrifying in parts. It was completely deluded. It was based on a premise of making Americans so fearful that they all rush out to buy even more guns.”.
It’s a range of journalism we are proud of. Our reporters have radically changed the way they do their jobs: their brief now is to do video, text and radio pieces. They’re loving it and we’re living it in a multi skilled multi media New World. You have to be a very good interviewer to take away the suspicion of being vain. (And of course his staged questions nibbled at my 30 seconds of fame .). Anyway, staged questions don’t add any valuable information to an interview.
Another thing I noted in this whole debate was the idea that “America will help us, surely?” There are many points I could argue against this policy, but the most contemporary and resonent one, I would suspect, would be that since Iraq the majority of Britons have been telling the government not to follow America blindly. If Britain depends on the US for its national defence then I daresay that the option of making our own minds up will be moot. Nuclear weapons are currency.
If you don’t mind? I know what you are but what am i. I know what you are, but what am i? It’s not for sale, francis. Peewee, listen to reason. There is so much concern about football and Paterno and how this will affect the college. It appears to be treated as of much more value in reporting than considering the horror of the child abuse of the young boys. Brian discussed how his family likes to watch football.
Edit: To elaborate, I always been convinced that battery degradation / repair after 10years would mean that EV ownership renders the cost:savings useless. I dedicated entire series of calculations in depth where the end result, including battery replacement, came to just a few grand over 10 years compared to an ICE, but now with this newly learned statistic, it seems EV save you thousands a year, instantly, and are virtually infinite over time, depending on how much range you really want to have. The Model 3 for example, could probably still go strong after 50 years with more than half its range, assuming most components are replaced just like they would in ICE cars.
Fluffals would either be amazing if we got Tiger and Dog, or awful if we got anything less. They a fusion archetype done right, in that they generate advantage faster than almost any other deck (which they need to, since fusing is very resource intensive). But as you said, they as OTK centric as you can get; in the beginning it was summon tiger, blow up the entire board, recover poly via Rabbit, fusion summon Sabertooth, GG.