@masterblaster @robbakas Yup. More of the same old virtue signaling BS that always turns every issue into a race issue. The left takes over everything from award shows, to concerts, the recording industry, funerals and now they believe they are the social managers of pandemics. They just can’t blame their politicians for never ending the use of them as political point-makers. Can’t hold a Democrat responsible for anything, or so the Dems think.
@masterblaster @robbakas If anybody gets coughed on or sneezed on, I guarantee they will get this virus. It depends on where you live and how tightly congested people’s situations are. A lot of minorities prefer to live in cities or their families have always lived in or near cities. THAT helps to spread this virus. I wish these activists would realize that.
My grandfather was in WW 1 though not in the trenches.
He was Navy and a plane captain on Curtis Flying boats. He served as extra eyes sub hunting.
They even had float equipped DH-4s and Sopwith Camels
Overview of the brutal conditions soldiers experienced in the trenches during WW I.
Life in the Trenches
Life in the trenches during the First World War took many forms, and varied widely from sector to sector and from front to front.
Interesting piece about how the inverse square law still holds true at a distance of the diameter of a human hair.
Experiment finds that gravity still works down to 50 micrometers
Sensitive gravity test fails to find hidden dimension.
@REX I've always appreciated your input, insight and contributions. I view this as a loss to the community. Fair winds Rex.
You have my respect.
I'll wear this one.
@robbakas he's basically avenatti to me at this point. a lawyer looking for the next grift
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.