Monthly Archives: July 2016

Be wary of predicting what will happen in future wars based on the technology of now

In the mid 90s the US Army had a lot to do that the American public really didn’t care much about. Somalia, Kosovo, Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia, with plenty of other missions around the world as well. One thing the Army … Continue reading

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Fitbit review

The wife and I got Fitbit One trackers and started tracking our activity levels. Essentially the Fitbit One is just a small battery powered device that you attach to your person to monitor your activity and sleep. No GPS tracking, … Continue reading

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Summer School

Once upon a time I wanted to be an engineer, so I took a lot of math classes. Trigonometry, pre-Calc, Calc I, Calc II. Then I ended up switching to Chemistry (the 4 year college I transferred to had a … Continue reading

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Watch Review, Invicta Pro Diver Automatic

The Invicta Pro Diver is almost universally hated by watch snobs. None of their reasons are more deep than “it’s cheap, and looks like a Rolex Submariner.” Both of those things are true to an extent. First up, yes the … Continue reading

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Muslim immigrants…

In the last week there has been a no shit I kid you not “axe” attack on a Bavarian train, leaving twenty wounded. As someone more eloquent than me, (I believe Firehand) said, “evidently ‘allahu akbar’ means ‘my motives shall … Continue reading

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Magical Thinking or, “Please for the love of all that is good stop idolizing World War Two”

The worst part about arguing with highly intelligent people who are top in their field is that they often don’t have the humility to recognize they are idiots outside their expertise. This will include myself more often than I care … Continue reading

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Watches

In the world of watches today’s poor can put on their wrist a timepiece of such accuracy and quality that kings people of a century ago would envy. Progress is a wonderful thing. However, not all watches are created equal, … Continue reading

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