No, we're not mercenaries. We just carry weapons and kill things for the joy of the experience.
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Really? I was not aware of that, dudeseems like schrodinger (or his cat) might have something to say about it
Remember that Schrodinger put forth the cat analogy as a way of pointing out that quantum theory was garbage because a cat that's both alive and dead is insane what is wrong with you people.
Civilian, the technology is available and cheap, there is a culture of entitlement, the idea of using drones in hit and run bombings removes the accountability, maybe I am being alarmist, but the culture is there for another unibomber.
when my son was in Iraq, he said ISIS had more drone coverage than the Marines did. Cheap from Amazon.com, easy to learn how to use.
weaponizing one would be a breeze.
Oh my god...
Scotland is a distinctly different place from england. That's what I personally mean by "country" The english are a lot unlike us. The land itself is totally different and inferior. There's some nice bits but it's basically a shithole. Wales is a bit better but still, it's a bit shite really. In terms of politics, it's a total clusterfuck with a semi-autonomous parliament full of entitled rich pricks, representing big money, locked in a squabbling contest with a bunch of entitled rich pricks down south, representing bigger money, over who gets what share of the skim.
Those wankers try to tell me I'm part of some "United Kingdom" of self interested bullshit power fuckery. I laugh. I'm scottish. I sincerely do not give a fuck.
Would someone mind explaining about UK vs England vs Great Britain vs Britain and why Scotland, N Ireland voted to stay but they are leaving EU anyway because England voted to leave or do I have that wrong?
The United Kingdom is the whole thing: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland together (and Gibraltar). Great Britain refers to the landmass which England, Wales and Scotland is on.
The referendum was a single, straight forward in/out vote among the entire population of the United Kingdom.
However, the polling and counting of the referendum was done at a constituency level, which allowed for counts of specific regions, cities and areas to be quickly made.
Because of its sheer population in comparison to the rest of the UK, England carried the "out" vote, even though in Northern Ireland and Scotland more people voted to remain in. As the United Kingdom total vote is the one that counts, those regional preferences are in theory being discounted.
However, both Nothern Ireland and Scotland have special status under the UK Constitution, and a limited amount of devolved political power. Because of this, they may be able to make their preferences stick in those areas, despite the overall vote in the UK going against them.
Fernando Poo I suspect, in a speculative entertainment only capacity, that you have a nutrition deficit of potassium, but going to a doc is a must because it could be a congenital muscular or neurological problem. That you've experienced those symptoms for a long time implies that you either eat very poorly on the regular or you're not able to utilize potassium properly for some reason. If you're not inclined to go or the cost is prohibitive you could consume a banana with each meal for a week and 2 before bedtime and see if your symptoms persist. If they do persist AT ALL after a week or don't improve in the slightest after a couple days go asap.
Yea, this. Potassium, magnesium (I think they compete), and hydration. Then doc.