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  1. On 9/29/2021 at 6:56 PM, sunday said:

    In related news, Hungarian journo states air-to-air missiles, and ICBM missiles are now the same.

    Who was that?

    10 hours ago, rmgill said:

    Lets Learn English with AdamPeter. 

    You have missed the vertical line between the pictures. But of course, due to the lies from your Ministry of Truth, we don't really know that Eurasia or the USA through Eastasia supported Iran to build the Emad.

    Which contains Israel, like the light transport/reflex sight small arms equipped Taliban contains Iran (much more effectively than a democratic Afghan gov. would) ...

  2. 12 hours ago, Ivanhoe said:

    Start off with a good employer, a new CDL will stick with it.

    A few years ago there was an interview with a Hungarian truck driver migrating to somewhere up North Europe. He had problems with the language, and lacked some certificate. They agreed that the driver goes back after gets the cert, while learns the language. About a year later he went back, entered the workforce. They sent him on carefully planned routes first, to learn. He worked there years later.

    Not the sentiment towards immigrants here.

  3. Should arrive and enter service in 2023, together with the 3 bridges and ~5 heavy recovery vehicles, and an undisclosed number of trucks. Plus the PzH 2000s.

    Practically we have to restart the armor business till then, as we have about ~15 T-72 and AFAIK no SP Arty now in service.

    The latest items from the rest of the list supposed to arrive till 2025.

  4. On 8/1/2021 at 9:37 AM, rmgill said:

    Hmm. I wonder how long US military flats were in use. Might have been up to the 70s....

    Not flats but the USATC S160s (411 at the MÁV, nicknamed Truman) were used up to 1984 here (removing from service started in 1965, 15-30 scrapped per year).

    Quite good for an engine not built to last. It speaks volumes about Hungary that an engine designed to work on small railways, burning about anything at hand was too big, only for the main railways, and had serious problems due to low quality coal.

    One of them is going back to the tracks.

  5. Wasn't the plan that the Colonies supply the Crown with plenty of workforce? Just re-label Afghans as Pakistanis (they did it reverse in the last 20 years), Pasthun is Pasthun, anyway.

  6. She left a vacuum, without her CDU candidate can not into voting properly


    One of the men who could end up being Germany's next chancellor folded his ballot incorrectly, accidentally revealing to the world who he had voted for. Officials have said his vote is still valid.

    Lucky winds.


    The way Laschet voted contravened the system of the secret ballot. The local returning officer should have prevented the ballot from being cast.

    However, the Federal Returning Officer cleared up the issue after a "well known politician voted, as expected, for his own party." They concluded that they could not see any attempt to influence the election in the mistake.


  7. 'Loch Ness Monster' caught on drone footage by wild camper


     A wild camper was shocked to catch the ‘ Loch Ness Monster ’ on his 4k drone footage.

    Richard Mavor couldn’t believe the video he had taken after eagle eyed viewers spotted a mysterious creature in the water.

    The 54-year-old pilot was filming footage for his Youtube channel, Richard Outdoors, when he accidentally caught the figure swimming on the banks of the loch in August.


  8. Iraq post-Saddam pre-ISIS showed us that policing with help of surgical airstrikes is perfectly acceptable western doctrine. Of course, there could be Fallujah in the USA, where something heavier have to be used to restore the union of the states.

    Hopefully they will find a way to prevent that, and don't turn into the first truly communist country.

  9. 15 hours ago, DB said:

    And its BASIC was superior, too, with procedures and functions and a superb built-in assembler.

    In Sinclair-speak, GOSUB and RETURN, DEF FN, and who needs an assembler when you can POKE the machine code into a given address, and use the contraption RANDOMIZE USR xxxxx to start it ;) (Don't forget decimal 201 RET at the end)


    And well, the world progress backwards. Try to use PRINT AT [the horror] or INKEY$ [the horror] in Python, OS-independent way.

  10. https://www.facebook.com/C5News/posts/4632847360073039


    Sir Clive Sinclair, the British inventor and entrepreneur who brought the earliest affordable personal computers to the masses, has died at the age of 81.

    His daughter, Belinda, said he passed away at his home in London on Thursday morning after a long illness. The self-taught gadgeteer, knighted in 1983, kept working on his inventions until the very last moment, ”because that was what he loved doing,” she added.

    Sinclair invented the pocket calculator, but was best known for launching the first relatively affordable consumer computer in 1980 - which costed less than £100 and sold in millions across the world.

    The son and grandson of engineers, he left school at 18 and worked for four years as a technical journalist to raise funds to establish his first company.


  11. Exploring non-English movies: V síti

    Three teen-looking actress acted as three shy, makeup-less, closed-necklined, passive 12 years old. They created three profiles on a local chat page, with their own 12-year old photos. They repeatedly reminded their chat partners that they're only 12 years old. Ten days, 2458 pedophiles, about 30 of them women.

    There is a long documentary version for adults, and a short educational cut for schools.

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