David Foster: It’s not clear from the article whether this is a game of complete information…ie, a commander can see all of his opponent’s actions…or a game of partially-hidden information. Sounds like the former, I think.
Lu An Li: Based on a lie and also based on the original incident where a thug just decided to beat a man to death for LOOKING AT HIM!
Adar: The bad guy needed to be killed with a coup de grace shot to the head while he was on the ground. Notice the bad guy first crawls and then gets up on all fours even when shot repeatedly. The Somali was behaving as the amuck during a jihadi attack.
Slovenian Guest: Or the same in audio visual form; it’s her speaking at some college. But lies or not, the chimp outs are real and magnificent! It’s so counter productive it makes me wanna donate money to them, because they are not protesting as much as they are trampling over white guilt. BLM is the wolf who cried honky, to sum it up.
Lucklucky: First they are not Liberal. They hate Freedom. Leftists don’t care one iota about Racism, if they cared they will not have made USA into an Apartheid state with enforced racial – and now sexual- discrimination as a way to perpetuate racial grievances. If they cared about poverty they wouldn’t have put the American blacks as an inferior race and fostered a culture of dependency, perpetual racial blame and treat them like children. If they cared about poverty they...
Brian Kohrman: These comments are a good example of demonizing the other side. Do you truly believe that liberal people don’t “care about Racism, Poverty, Climate, or anything else besides Power”? Do you know any liberals personally? The ones I know care deeply about those issues.
Isegoria: Yes, the Mangan offering cutting-edge fitness and nutrition advice is the same Mangan you remember from elsewhere.
Isegoria: This is the challenge of the Yucca Mountain waste site. Would giant skulls with radiation symbols emblazoned on them just attract the teenagers of the 25th century? The whole challenge, while interesting, may be totally unnecessary, because there is no such thing as nuclear waste.
Bomag: I recall back in the early “80s someone suggested that nuclear waste sites be constructed along the lines of a temple, guarded by a quasi priesthood, and be infused with taboos about entering, etc.; the premise being that a religion-infused institution would last longer than the scientific society that created the toxic waste. The author took some heat for this idea and its suggestion that science couldn’t hold out against religion, but he was on to something: religion uber alles.