Any time that money is invested in research there are benefits. With
NASA, the most obvious spinoff is cordless power tools.
But, just consider all of the technological spin offs of the Second
1. radar and sonar
2. the jet engine for aircraft
3. rockets and rocketry
4. nuclear reactors and nuclear propulsion for ships
5. Plastic Laminates (like Formica)
Yea, the guys are quite angry when I get all the girls. I've often tried
to explain to the fellers about how they should go about getting girls
but those poor men don't listen closely enough and get nervous around
women and screw(no pun) up. ^_^
On 5/1/2014 11:03 PM, Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:
No, they were human dancers but my Rotthuahua, Sandy, can lick her butt
when she's not chasing squirrels. She's actually a Red Deer Head
Chihuahua who thinks she's a Rottweiler but at 11 pounds, the only part
of your body she could chew on, would be your pinky toe. ^_^
On 5/1/2014 11:05 PM, Malcom "Mal" Reynolds wrote:
Osama bin Laden, you dumbass. He was finally tracked down and killed by
Ramboma according to the P.L.L.C.F.. It's amazing how Ramboma jumped out
of the helicopter with the M-60 machine gun in one hand, mowed down all
the terrorist guards at Osama bin Laden's castle then ran up the stairs
to confront the master terrorist. Ramboma shouted, "Surrender or I'll
organize your neighborhood!" to which Osama bin Laden replied, "Never!
I'll never surrender to an Affirmative Action moron like you!" This made
Ramboma mad so he shot Osama bin Laden in the eye. There is no trace of
Osama bin Laden's corpse because Ramboma had a barbeque and ate him. ^_^
I wonder if Ramboma used assault weapon
with exploding bullets like the congress
woman was mentioning? You know the ones
that implode, and kill every thing within
sight? If Ramboma had used exploding assault
weapon bullets and 30 round magazines on his
M-60, that could explain a lot.
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