Alrenous: Just for perspective, my library was unlocked. I found it was good place to take a nap. Being less sleep deprived was easily the most powerful education assist a library could provide. The books weren’t marvelous in mine, but sleep would have been more important anyway.
Bob Sykes: I believe boxing is still required of all (male) West Point plebes.
Adar: The pygmy are known even unto this day to kill an elephant with a single spear thrust. Sneak up behind the beast and stab the animal in the anus, penetrating deep into the rectum. The animal runs off in terrific pain and the hunter waits for a day or more for the animal to die from blood loss and shock.
Slovenian Guest: This picture made me for some reason think of the 1995 Magnetic Rose anime. Set in space, where a presumably abandoned space station in the middle of a scrap-metal graveyard gives out a distress signal. Two men from a junk-spaceship investigate to find much more than they bargained for. It’s only 44 minutes and if you like Ghost in the shell (also 1995) or The Matrix, you will like this. The link goes to a fan produced non profit English dub.
Slovenian Guest: Lost? More like progressively beaten out! To paraphrase Tanstaafl from Age of Treason: Through relentless propaganda and indoctrination the media has transformed the slightest sign of good and right, healthy ethnocentrism or racial consciousness, any awareness of White identity or concern for White interests, into something evil, wrong, and unhealthy. Widespread demoralization and degeneracy are symptomatic of this. The anti-White narrative has been institutionalized and is now a...
Guy: I’m a fan of AgentJayZ’s videos and have watched him ‘blend out’ damage to turbine blades when doing an engine rebuild. I wonder if the ceramic blades can be re-used in this way of if they will need to be tossed and replaced when damaged. Single use blades would be good for the engine maker’s bottom lines anyway.
David Foster: Pretty sure it’s not just Boeing jets. GE will happily sell their engines to anyone who wants them.
Lucklucky: Would want to know more about: increase in age? location of deaths increase: cities? suburbs (what kind)?
Isegoria: Lafond is not discussing a literal machete duel with sharp blades. Elsewhere he describes at length the challenge of getting the balance just right, to where the blunt blades and minimal protective equipment are just safe enough to avoid terrible injuries, but still dangerous enough to keep things real.