T. Greer: Interesting. I feel like my Facebook feed has become substantially more political in recent times.
Marc Pisco: Funny how those “dubious ‘lessons’ 221; happen to be important fundamental tenets of Cathedral theology.
S: The correlational stuff was always a bit lacking, but the pathway identified in this study has changed my mind.
Grasspunk: Check your hemispheric privilege! Enough with this hemispheronormative writing.
Bruce: Those of us who like to wash down a Snickers with a diet Pepsi are screwed then.
Toddy Cat: Thanks, didn’t know that. Is this commonly known? I didn’t know it.
Dan Kurt: In the 60s, as a 1st-year grad student, my roomate just loved Ian Fleming’s books. I was (and am) a voracious reader but had never read any of Fleming’s works. He gave me one to read, but I was not impressed and never finished it or ever picked another one up. As to the films, mere eye candy with the girls and preening and strutting by the various Bonds. Oh well, I am out of touch.
Bob Sykes: The whole idea of across the beach assaults is suspect. You have to achieve both sea and air supremacy over a significantly large region. And you have to be able to defend against ballistic missile attacks. Even then, as experience in WW II showed, losses in the assault force can be heavy. It is probably impossible against a near peer defender like China.