Hmmm, if I've got this correct, the item I just read says: "Pound pastrami, can kraut, six bagels—bring home for Emma."
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You realize that the only reliable way to generate an EMP is with a nuclear weapon right?
Always with the negativity!
Radar pulses, eh? Cooked internal organs, that's what could go wrong.
On the TV show Weeds, Andy became sales agent/importer of a bicycle propulsion device that seems to fit the description in this thread. Is it the same device?
You can build the best TV antenna on the planet because it is free and free:
Several variants have been developed that suit specific needs, such as UHF-only, UHF with VHF, and a variety of other local and International requirements.
It is all about the payload of that signal. The big Australian media companies are deliberately making sure that the programming they show OTA (Over The Air) in DVB-T digital quality is actually inferior to the quality of the same programming shown over paid-for (satellite, cable) feeds. Typically the subtitles and surround sound are stripped from the OTA signal, and there are claims that downconverting is taking place as well.
War on metonyms! From now on, you decree that nobody must ever refer to Microsoft as "Redmond" or to any of the various organizations of the U.S. government as "Washington". Let's end the richness of the English language here and now!
Back to reality. The Roman Catholic Church itself uses the term Vatican as a metonym.
I was hoping to read what you meant. If you're taking about the Wikipedia article I would say that you could engage in the Talk section regarding improving it, if you haven't done so already.
Yep, when a newspaper says Putin phoned Washington you find yourself wondering which of millions of people in the State of Washington, Washington, DC, Washington University, etc. etc. he might have been having a nice chit-chat with.
It was the Roman Catholic church that suppressed the knowledge of the fraud over and over again, yet individuals within and without the Church continued to explore the meaning of the Gift of Constantine since it is so central to the basis of belief in the Vatican.
I think it "ceased to be relevant a few centuries ago" only to some Roman Catholics. Use words like "cute" all you like, but you'd be unfortunately implying that a major event in the history of the Roman Catholic church and indeed the western world was not worth considering when discussing today's Vatican.
Copy and paste error, so here's the link again: