Stop your ranting and whining and actually step back and read some of your posts, Rocky. If you still can't see what I am talking about after that, then there really is no point in trying to have a civil conversation with you. Have a nice day.
You whine a lot, Rocky. And you have a penchant for name calling, insults, and trying to build strawman arguments by assigning positions to people which they have not espoused.
You would do well to learn what the Second Amendment actually says before you try to lecture others. It is readily apparent that you have never read the Second Amendment, completely fail to grasp what it says, and have no knowledge of the US Supreme Court decisions which refute you.
Well... Stargazers isn't really a geodesic dome. Also, the 100 Watts refers to the peak envelope power of the radio transmission (system output), not the actual power draw on the AC outlet (system input) which will be a good bit more than 100 Watts. With 100 Watts of output power, I talk to places in Europe.
I was going to say the same thing, Dave.
100% agree! I had a pair of boots that started causing pain in my 5th metatarsal and small toe. Initially the boots had fit pretty well, but over time the fit changed enough to cause pain. Even after tossing the boots out for better pair, the pain persisted for a long while even though the new boots fit perfectly -- it was a lingering effect from the previous boots.
Many people think that improper fit will show up in foot pain or blisters when in fact they routinely show up in pain elsewhere such as shins, knees, hips and even the back, as your experience demonstrates.
When trying one new boots it is important to wear the same kind of socks as you would normally wear. And when the salesman tells you to try walking around in them or try them on a little fake hill in the store, do it. If anything is amiss, do not compromise. Some models/brands just do not fit some people very well, so if you can't find a satisfactory fit in the model/brand you first chose, don't be afraid to change to another model/brand.
"First, Radio guy seems to think that this one odd reason was chosen at random. "
Incorrect assumption on your part. Nothing I have written even suggests that it was chosen at random.
And in case you missed it, it was happyfew who started the discussion regarding the grammar of the Second. We were merely refuting his completely inept conclusion, when you jumped into the middle of it. I can easily discuss the historical and the legal attributes regarding the Second Amendment. So, your assertion that we "think that their case can be made effectively only on a strictly grammatical basis" is yet another faulty assumption on your part.
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