Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Biak, Jan 23, 2013.
US Navy nuclear engineer charged with trying to pass submarine secrets to foreign power - ABC News
You may get away with it once, like many things, but keep it up and sooner or later, just like with embezzlement, you are going to be caught at it.
Too bad, but so it is.....
Get well Opana, it will take time I think about the chest but the coronaries should be fine by now.
I'll take that in the spirit it was meant.
Just like I meant it.The heart will be fine, but the chest might take a while. Just take your medication.Every day.-All the best. Cheers Kph
Go easy on the spirits. I'll hold down the fort til you're released for duty.
Start my next three weeks of PT on Wednesday we'll see how this set goes. Trying to figure out to make my escape into the outside world can't seem to make it over the door frame for the sliding door but figure I can get out of my chair position it out side the door and pull myself in and try to do a roll around the block or maybe to city hall two streets away. Been thinking of checking out silky Sullivan's Irish pub, maybe drop in there one day for fish and chips or shepards pie, I should check on line and see if it's a true shepards pie or what the Irish would call a country pie, if lamb then shepards if ground beef country. Anyway might be good if I can get rolling around not sure if I can make it that far, I'm not as proficient at getting around as my friend who's been in a chair for several years, but it might be fun to get out and maybe stop by the city library and see what they have that might be good for my model research on the T34.
"coronaries" was used correctly. However a more common use of "coronaries" is as an alternative for "heart attack." I love language traps.
The old world saying of a heart attack is a blood clot went through the heart. Actually the heart infarct is a local blood clot and nothing goes through. In by-pass surgery the tight spots are still there but the veins from your legs or Arteries from hands are used to pass these from the aorta usually. If there is no infarction and the heart Works well and the by-pass veins work well you should be soon painless. Congrats!!
The last doctor I saw advised me to tell the ambulance people that "The top half of my heart isn't working properly." Must be some kind of code.
Is that FA or atrial fibrillation? It means there is a slight problem with the heart's atrial working? If so, you can check it from the net. Seldom any infarction takes place In the upper section that is atrial part. In FA the atrial part loses some 25-33% of pumping function which can cause dyspnoea when walking. Cheers mate.
Strange that most subs have a number or ID on the sail but there's nothing was it blotted out or they just don't want anybody to be able to track their sub
The submarine hull numbers are removed from the sail shortly after the commissioining & trials period is over
Rolling Stones drop Brown Sugar from US tour set list
The Rolling Stones have dropped Brown Sugar, one of their biggest hits, from their US tour.
It follows unease with the depictions of black women and references to slavery in the song, which reached number one in the US in 1971.
The band's veteran guitarist Keith Richards confirmed the decision to the LA Times but said he was confused by people who wanted to "bury" the track.
The 77-year-old musician concluded that he's "hoping that we'll be able to resurrect the babe in her glory somewhere along the track".
Discussing the song in a 1995 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Jagger said: "I never would write that song now.
You forgot to mention - inter-racial sex, eating pu$$y, pedophilia, and drugs(brown sugar was a nickname for heroin).
Spotted this on my feed last night...I told the CM his post "was Gold".
NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner fires back at US Senator Ted Cruz over Twitter post (9news.com.au)
We get a bit tired of being told we are like Texans...or a cross between British and Texan...Australians and in particular Territorians are nothing like anybody. (Some) Texans are like Territorians.
I often wondered about this when looking at pictures of submarines, even ones from World War II. Some had the numbers and some didn’t. Some just on the sail but not on the bow and vice versa.
Australian and Indonesian troops undertake combat training for Exercise Wirra Jaya in the Northern Territory - ABC News
20 years ago we almost came to blows...