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    Yes, I've noticed a much longer pause than normal...

    Yes, I've noticed a much longer pause than normal today.

    Maybe it's how we are reaching the site rather than the site itself.
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    Their both probably in the same place- but I...

    Their both probably in the same place- but I don't think that I would want to be there with them.
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    Poll: Just making a point-- I understood your original...

    Just making a point-- I understood your original post.

    Someone posted that it takes 3 hours worth of power to start a flourescent bulb up. I would imagine that this varies w/specific types of...
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    I would highly recommend www.navy.mil Very...

    I would highly recommend www.navy.mil

    Very nice pictures that are free to use. I've got a sweet photo of an EA-6B on my desk top right now. I switch every week or two.

    If you like military...
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    Poll: Waging a war was economically advantageous to the...

    Waging a war was economically advantageous to the U.S. in the case of WWII.

    This one instance should not lead people to believe that war in general is economically beneficial.

    The nation...
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    Poll: It is a waste of electricity to leave a machine...

    It is a waste of electricity to leave a machine running for extended periods of time if it is not being used in that duration.

    Like me, I only power up my machine at home when I use it. In fact...
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    Just to respond to Bertrand here (in other words,...

    Just to respond to Bertrand here (in other words, nothing against you Static) this doesn't make sense.

    If someone is passionate about something, that something is irrational? In context he may...
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    Poll: War is not always great for the economy. Ask any...

    War is not always great for the economy. Ask any German who lived in Germany after WWI or WWII.

    People go to war to use physical force to meet political objectives. It is a very efficient (and...
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    I have the free edition also. It's kind of cool....

    I have the free edition also. It's kind of cool. I like JBuilder better though.
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    I don't know about that. Are you sure that...

    I don't know about that.

    Are you sure that you hate them?

    I've been thinking about it a lot and I just can't seem to really make up my mind whether or not to hate them too.
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    If you are taking econ the answer to this should...

    If you are taking econ the answer to this should be pretty obvious. I program first to make a buck because I have bills. Nothing like a house payment and kids to motivate you to get out there and...
  12. Thread: Scariness!!

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    Apparently they found it in the building where...

    Apparently they found it in the building where both of those guys worked. They are asking all the employees to get medical attention.

    I'm still waiting to see if there is connection to the...
  13. Thread: Foundations

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    I will get you a list of books- and try to find...

    I will get you a list of books- and try to find ISBN numbers for you . Please give me a couple of days.

    Your statement may be accurate in regards to some books in the old testament that covered...
  14. Thread: Foundations

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    You are correct. My question is just one piece...

    You are correct. My question is just one piece of the puzzle and mostly has to do w/those who would say that Christ and or the apostles were con men of some sort.

    I think that you can say they...
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    As has already been stated, almost any machine...

    As has already been stated, almost any machine can be a server now. Maybe not a good one but a server none the less. As 'work stations' (I'm still chuckling about the 'station' thread') got fatter...
  16. Thread: Stations

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    That is genuinely hilarious. I am putting that...

    That is genuinely hilarious. I am putting that up on the back of my monitor.

    And by the way-- that is why I prefer programming to networking. Ugh-- I really hate that stuff. All those cables...
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    Miracles by their very nature are not 'normal' or...

    Miracles by their very nature are not 'normal' or reproducible phenomenon. That only the scriptures document them is of little surprise as so little in the way of documentation from that period...
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    They both have their uses. If MS can ever...

    They both have their uses.

    If MS can ever achieve anything close to what they want- and eliminate pirated copies of windows-- then I am willing to bet that most all of you will be using another...
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    This always cracks me up. Many people...

    This always cracks me up.

    Many people approach the Bible by saying that miracles are impossible and therefore anything to do w/miracles in the Bible is false.

    Does anyone else see the...
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    According to this definition, most of what we...

    According to this definition, most of what we know in regards to history is hearsay.

    The people who wrote the gospels that contain what Christ did and said, knew Him and heard Him say those...
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    I really don't think that's it. I think they see...

    I really don't think that's it. I think they see how ludicrous programming can be.

    Just think, in a matter of years, CIS students will sit around shaking their heads when instructors talk of...
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    I think most linux folks will concede the edge...

    I think most linux folks will concede the edge the MS holds w/the office suite stuff. (With the time and money they have had they should be out front)

    But you're right, the gap is closing. I...
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    Re: Linux license for ignorance

    Troll_King would be more appropriate.

    But let's ratchet it up a notch eh?

    Linux users are like baby killers. And research proves that they hate their mothers. Anyone who doesn't like the...
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    And what if those posts are gone? We could...

    And what if those posts are gone?

    We could have lost hundreds of "Yeah, me too", "You chode!" and "What he said" posts.

    Why care about your post count? And more importantly, why care if...
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    I just got to work and I'm settling in for...

    I just got to work and I'm settling in for another exciting day.
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