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Feb. 3, 2008, 5:19 p.m.
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the next president of the united states of america

the economy is pretty much the last thing i would worry about..
what did bush do to the economy? i cant really remeber anyone care to help out?

oh wait now i remeber.

Are you talking about the war?

Our tax revenue is more than enough to efficiently run the country and the war. The problem is all the ridiculous earmarks. Bottom line is we've let spending get TOTALLY out of control.

Feb. 3, 2008, 5:17 p.m.
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the next president of the united states of america

Sad how people like this have forgotten about the fucking WAR we are in in which thousands upon thousands of people are dying for no good reason. Despicable.

Both parties are on the same page about the war now. It's a non-issue. We're stuck there regardless. If we left it could very well be the beginning of WWIII. Canadians should be as concerned about our economy as we are. Their economy is heavily dependent on ours.

Feb. 3, 2008, 11:56 a.m.
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the next president of the united states of america

Wow. You really know how to insult a guy, given the Canadian audience on this board.

Haha. Sorry. Not my intention. I'm speaking in terms of economics, foreign policy, social security, healthcare, etc. It might work for you guys but at this point our country can't survive it. For the record I do classify myself as moderate. I prefer to look at the best option for a given point of time. If you go with same political extreme no matter the situation you fail half the time. At least that's how it works south of the border.

Feb. 3, 2008, 11:22 a.m.
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the next president of the united states of america

dude. we need obama. the blacks need obama. everyone needs obama. the women are fine.

have you watched the SC debate?

So with our economy falling apart, SS and healthcare on edge, and a war our best option is a liberal without a whole lot of experience?

BAD BAD BAD idea IMO.

What we need is a TRUE conservative. The problem is the Republican party isn't really conservative any more. The neo-cons have corrupted pretty much every traditional conservative ideal. The Republicans are no longer laissez faire, non-interventionist, or even remotely economically or socially conservative. The are hell-bent on dominating everything for their "moral" agenda. Fortunately there are some candidates that get pretty close to true conservatism. The best conservative candidate IMO was Ron Paul. His record speaks for itself. Duncan Hunter was pretty solid too but he's also gone now. Huckabee's fair tax is a big step and his economic policy and record seem pretty solid. Unfortunately (for me) he's a Baptist minister. Given my experience from growing up in the south and the last eight years I won't vote for that. It smells fishy to me. The last candidate and my personal choice is Mitt Romney. Sure he's a Mormon but IMO Mormons are kind of separate from the religious right "condition" that affects Evangelicals and Baptists. Mormons are good hardworking people. You may not think much of their religious beliefs but their moral foundations are strong and reasonable. He's also a great business man with an economic policy that might save this country from economic collapse. Really at the end of the day (hate me all you want) all I care about is our economy surviving. Democrats, especially Hillary or Obama, will fail MISERABLY at that. McCain is just too moderate.

Who do I think will win? Obama :crybaby:

Dec. 28, 2007, 1:53 p.m.
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airplane vs conveyor belt

If the belt matches the rotational speed of the wheels, the plane cannot take off.

If the belt matches the speed of the plane, the plane can take off.

The reason? The plane has to move forward relative to the air around it, and it can only do this by moving forward on its wheels.

Remember, this is a theoretical question, not a practical one. There have been a lot of debates, but on a BB that consists of airline pilots, engineers, and mechanics, they all agreed that the plane would not take off and also that the question is poorly worded.

Their question is worded differently, and the way it is worded, the plane can take off. I bet this is what they will find.

DUDE. If the wheels are touching the belt they will move at the same speed regardless of whether the plane itself is moving forward or not. :rolleyes:

Dec. 26, 2007, 12:25 a.m.
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airplane vs conveyor belt

In case this hasn't been resolved yet: The belt is going to move to same speed as the wheels regardless of whether the plane as a whole is moving forward or not. If the plane has enough thrust to overcome the reverse motion of the belt which would in this riddle be zero extra thrust because the wheels already move the same speed as the belt (the plane isn't moving) then it will move forward. No matter what speed the plane accelerates down the runway the wheel speed will always be the same as the belt.

Sept. 21, 2007, 5:38 p.m.
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This free rider game is awesome

This is the best one I've made so far. I'm probably going to add to it.

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Sept. 13, 2007, 6:58 p.m.
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Would this work?

If you followed each stepup with a dip to pump for speed to the next stepup it might work i.e. step up to a roller down a bit then back up higher. Otherwise like Giggler said, you'd lose too much speed.

Yep. I'm thinking about progressively smaller stepups into dishes. It wouldn't have occured to me if I didn't have a perfect spot for it. I have a really fast down into a mild rise with a little flat at the top and a STEEP down on the other side.

Sept. 12, 2007, 9:47 p.m.
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Would this work?

I'm thinking of building a double or triple step-up to a double step-down. Anyone done or seen this? Would it work? Any suggestions? I don't want to put forth that much effort or materials and have it not work.

April 1, 2007, 4:53 p.m.
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iStem - for your iPod on your iBike

:lol:

oh and DeepSouthBuilder - next thing you telling me that "The Sound of Music" is a real documentary about living in Europe's mountains…:lol:

Just for the record: I had several posts edited/deleted because I posted in reply a little too soon after the three articles were put up. I was up late. I'm not retarded and I have a job and I'm in college so I usually know what the date is. The "82 million Germans" comment had a hint of sarcasm. That's the first Hasselhoff song I've ever even heard. You sure I'm the dumb one?

And April-Fools Day should be ended. It's gay and retarded.

April 1, 2007, 11 a.m.
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Crankworx Colorado

This is NOT an April-Fools Day joke. Check the Winter Park event calendar for July.

April 1, 2007, 9:22 a.m.
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iStem - for your iPod on your iBike

Hasselhoff huh? 82 million germans can't be wrong.

April 1, 2007, 9:19 a.m.
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Big changes at nsmb.com

Yeah real excited about Zap.

And you Canadians shouldn't mess with us southerners until you've ridden with us. We're known known for being pretty crazy/stupid whatever you want to call it. Some us even got skills. (not me)

March 31, 2007, 11 p.m.
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Big changes at nsmb.com

Uh. Am I the only one that read the part about Cam on road bikes, shaved legs and all.

March 31, 2007, 10:53 p.m.
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Big changes at nsmb.com

Zap's a cool guy.

Is that good enough for you?
Don't edit my posts.

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