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According to Smith, and based on playing a level set in Somalia when Page's character comes under attack from locals, things turn a little bit nasty:
"It's real Birth of a Nation stuff, with a young American white girl being terrorised by animalistic black men. It's very ugly and testament I think to Cage's total lack of self-awareness as a writer.""
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14,000 Abandoned Wind Turbines in the USA Lays out a more comprehensive environmental cost of wind turbines including this:
Altamont's turbines have since 2008 been tethered four months of every year in an effort to protect migrating birds after environmentalists filed suit. According to the Golden Gate Audubon Society, 75 to 110 Golden Eagles, 380 Burrowing Owls, 300 Red-tailed Hawks, and 333 American Kestrels (falcons) are killed by Altamont turbines annually.
I was aware of wind turbine bird strikes. I didn't know the numbers.
A friend told me of a time at TPC where a plate of brownies laced with Ex-Lax was left in the fridge for the resident fridge thief. It worked well. Five brownies were missing. The suspected thief clocked out sick less than an hour into his shift and there was evidence that he didn't make it out of the building without shitting himself.
The God Particle: If the Universe Is the Answer, What Is the Question? by Leon Lederman
Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea by Charles Seife
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Go spend some time with Google.
I don't disagree with you, but digging up citations to support your argument is your job, not the readers.