No they didn't. There is no evidence Stalin was ever in any way, shape, or form serious about invading japan.
Stalin agreed to help the Americans defeat the Japanese within 3 months of Germany's surrender/occupation at the Yalta Conference.
No instead, Russia had started to amass a large force of over 1.5 million men, over 5,500 tanks, and over 5,000 aircraft at it's borders, and in seven days, managed to push well into the Northern part of the Korean Peninsula, taking most of Japanese controlled Manchuria in the process before the surrender of Japan just a short week later.
No, the delay between the bombings of Hiroshima on August 6th and Nagasaki on August 9th, and the Emperor's surrender on August 15th, had little to do with the bombs, and more to do with the fact that other then the Mainland, they had nothing left to fight over.
A little knowledge of history would help before you keep posting useless information.
Or was the Boston Tea Party a little fraternity roughhousing?
The Boston Tea Party was about taxes, but it was about the Crown lowering taxes on commercial tea so much that it became cheaper then the tax free black market tea.
The Boston Tea Party was only about keeping the profit margins of the smugglers, who perpetrated it. The fact that Americans still think it's about the Crown's taxes onto the colonies being too much to bare, shows how much Americans don't even know their own history.
But you have to call both the pot and kettle black.
Not exactly. An apology from a prime minister (and there are quite a few on the linked Wikipedia page) is like an apology from the President of the US. Prime Minister=head of the government. If you want one from the head of state, however, the emperor, then how about this one on the same page?
Prime Ministers are not the head of state in any country. Hence why they are still in a "ministerial role".
No, ShanghaiBill was correct that the current US Speaker would be equivalent to a apology from a Prime Minister. As that is the role most Prime Ministers have. The head of State being the King/Queen/Emperor or in some cases a separate President for countries that abolished their Monarchies.
Has China gotten to that level? I doubt it..
Buckshot not deer shot.
Still, you have to be a idiot to use buckshot on deer. It doesn't really do a good enough job. The poster is current in that most hunters use rifle ammunition to hunt deer. It's much more effective and doesn't leave deer running around wounded skin deep like Buckshot does.
The Grizzly "rifle" fires a 22LR round which is useless in self defense situations.
Regardless of it's external shape, this is probably a regression in development of 3D printed firearms. Especially considering the load pressures, both the 380 ACP and the 22 LR are around 20,000 PSI to 25,000 PSI.
A real rifle round? Well your looking at anywhere from 50,000 PSI (such as the 7.62x51mm NATO aka M14/M24/SR-25 etc) to 62,000 PSI (such as the 5.56x45mm NATO, aka AR-15's/M-16's etc)..
Till they develop a plastic that can handle those stresses and be 3D printable, the most anyone will be able to do rifle wise, is to make a carbine using a pistol caliber. Although some pistol rounds such as the 9mm Parabellum (most common 9mm Pistol ammunition) is 39,000 PSI which will probably push any 3D printed material well beyond it's maximum.
The almost 1 billion people using Android and the nearly equal amount on iOS beg to disagree.
The total number of smartphone users worldwide is only around 1 billion.
Apple itself has not even passed the 350 millionth phone mark in it's total sales from day one. And that doesn't include how many people have went from the iPhone 3 to 4 to 5 now. Just total headset sales.