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Oct 3rd 2012 12:37PM I can hear it already ! That "poor" Impala... Hey people, this is the natural order of life. Without the Leopard, the Impala's would overgraze the Savannah. And what about the Leopard ? What is if not for the other grazing animals is it supposed to survive on ? Perhaps some animal rights or P.E.T.A. person would like to provide the Leopards with their daily food requirements in a more "humane" way ?
Apr 8th 2012 12:12PM Cool, I never knew that steam could "go back into the ground (22-26 seconds). Otherwise a good little video. There is more to Yellow Stone then what is on the well trod path.
Mar 28th 2012 11:46AM The only problem with the SST is the sudden noise it makes as it flys over head (sonic boom). Having been hit by one of these, I'll stick with the conventional aircraft. This is the only reason the concord was restricted to trans-ocean flights (when flying over land, the concord was restricted to under trans-sonic speeds, thus making it a fuel hog).
Mar 28th 2012 11:23AM The biggest problem I see is how many of these transports can occupy the same tube at once ? Will we have congestion in the tube from all of the vehicles running in the same tube ? What are the acceleration / deceleration factors ? 4000 mph seems a bit optimistic for the type of travel. What happens when a "car"breaks down in the tube to all the others that are coming down the tube still ? Answer these questions to my satisfaction, then I will contemplate this form of travel. Until then I'll stick to flying>
Dec 16th 2011 1:35PM In accordance with the A.D.A. when this is required as a part of the child's physical therapy, then reasonable accommodation is mandatory. The HOA is out of touch / line to apply their regulations in this instance. The HOA could require the home owners to agree to remove the structure when the structure is no longer needed or when & if they move from the house in the future.
Oct 24th 2010 1:17PM Having driven for a frozen foods processor, who processed string beans & corn it doesn't phase me to see the occasional small animal getting into the final packaging. That the frog made into this bag is truly against the odds. I think if more persons actually were to see the extent of the product as it comes out of the field that they might consider growing their own. I am not saying that commercially grown & processed foods are evil... just that you should know what goes into that bag of veggies or salad mix.