So THAT's all the gunk around my router. Silly me, I thought it's dust.
Tell that to conservative talk show host Hugh Hewitt, who said he believes semi-automatic rifles are great for women because they don't have to worry so much about aiming.
Believe it or not, this is a common trope in the gun community. They need lots of bullets in case they miss.
You will find that all of those quotes except that of George Mason are fraudulent.
The actual Thomas Jefferson quote is, “No freeman shall be debarred the use of arms [within his own lands or tenements]“
The George Washington quote isn't found anywhere but on Second Amendment activist sites. It doesn't appear anywhere in Washington's papers. The first quote, which you attribute to Alexander Hamilton, is usually attributed to Samuel Adams. The only problem is, Adams never said it either.
That's the thing about this Second Amendment "movement", which as I said, started in the 1980s. They lie. They make stuff up. Maybe they don't realize that people can check these things, or maybe they don't care. As I said above, it tells you everything you need to know about the intellectual honesty of the pro-gun movement.
So where is the line where it is ok to break the law for law enforcement? What crime do they have to prosecute so they can ignore any and all rights you have?
Well, it costs multiple thousands for the laser, so I guess after the first use you know for sure which ones your enemy will field.
Though assuming you were Musk and were putting some stores out there for people to look around... how would you structure it?
Keep his idea of the slick showroom, but leave out the Apple geniuses.
Put all the data online and populate the store with the equivalent of well-trained booth-babes from both genders. Have a kiosk for payment. Low overhead. Have a couple of cars for test driving.
By the way, I finally drove a Tesla a little bit. They're really nice. The chair of my wife's department at the University bought one and he had us out to the house for a BBQ a few weeks ago. Let me cruise around his tony suburb for a little bit. I love driving a car without engine noise.
If you haven't known Christ, you haven't known liberty. Would that you knew what you're missing.
Judging by the ones who loudly proclaim their Christianity, he's not missing much.
It would seem that we have reached an agreement. If you need me, I'll be in the Midwest.
Umm... simply come with a set of glasses and put on the ones your enemy wears?
... Since emissivity doesn't change the input required to heat source to achieve 150F is constant, regardless of where it comes from. But as long as the walls of the chamber are cooler than the source, NONE of the power comes from the chamber walls... [Jane Q. Public, 2014-09-15]
But if the chamber walls are also at 150F, they're not cooler than the source and the input required to heat the source to 150F is zero.
... do you still maintain that after the enclosing passive sphere is inserted, the central heat source raises in temperature to approximately 241 degrees F? You haven't said anything about that in a while, so I'm just checking. [Jane Q. Public, 2014-09-15]
Once again, if the electrical heating power is held constant, the heat source has to warm. Once agin, Jane's heat source keeps the source temperature constant by halving its electrical heating power. Jane/Lonny Eachus might ask himself why his required electrical heating power goes down by a factor of two after the enclosing shell is added.
... Of course it wouldn't need a separate heat source if its environment were maintained at 150 degrees.
... [Jane Q. Public, 2014-09-15]
In other words, the electrical heating power is determined by drawing a boundary around the heat source:
power in = electrical heating power + radiative power in from the chamber walls
power out = radiative power out from the heat source
Since power in = power out:
electrical heating power + radiative power in from the chamber walls = radiative power out from the heat source
Ask the Europeans that constantly tell us Americans we are too enslaved to the notion that we all need our own car.
You just made that up. I don't know if you've ever driven around a European city, but car ownership is pretty widespread, at least judging by driving through Rome/London/Paris/etc.
It's funny what some Americans think about Europe. They've got this AM talk radio version of Europe knocking around in their heads. "Yeah, they're all dying in the streets because of socialized medicine and everybody's gay and you can't get a decent hamburger anywhere. And they're a bunch of carpoolers who don't realize that we fought and died so that people could drive their own 4500lb vehicle like God intended." "You betcha, Mack. Next up is Fred from Midland. So, what grinds your gears about Europeans, Fred?"
I guess that would be an answer if nobody ever took the time to show you how to defend yourself with your hands.
I think you have been listening to people, that have gleefully lied to you.
I think you are projecting.