Month: July 2009

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What Rule?

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On July 27, 2009

While I was wondering how much I could quote from his pay site and be within the boundaries of fair use, I see via Neyer that Bill James’s excellent article on baseball and steroids is now avail

India Gets a Boomer

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On July 27, 2009
Congratulations of a sort are due India, which just launched its first nuclear ballistic missile submarine. The boat was built with Russian assistance, which makes sense because it kind of looks like a Russian sub. Arihant is the first of three expected boats, which is a bit light for a sea-based nuclear deterrent; India must […]
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Sleep

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On July 25, 2009

Just to be clear; we swaddle Miriam because we want her to invade and conquer small countries. Elisha can be a pacifist if she wants. Share

Mapping

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On July 25, 2009
This is my new favorite website. Some favorites: US states compared to world by population Graveyard of the Atlantic Dam the Mediterranean Kanawha should have taken more of Virginia Escaping to Brazil Share

Epitaphs of the Great War

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On July 25, 2009

It’s been a bad year for World War I veterans. A few months ago I stumbled across one of those articles that make Wikipedia such an amazing resource, listing the survivors of the Great War. Ther

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