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Started by John Larkin April 10, 2015
On Mon, 13 Apr 2015 19:56:46 -0700, John Larkin
<jlarkin@highlandtechnology.com> wrote:

>On Mon, 13 Apr 2015 12:50:19 -0700 (PDT), George Herold ><gherold@teachspin.com> wrote: > >>On Sunday, April 12, 2015 at 8:33:46 PM UTC-4, Phil Hobbs wrote: >>> On 4/12/2015 6:21 PM, Lasse Langwadt Christensen wrote: >>> > Den mandag den 13. april 2015 kl. 00.14.19 UTC+2 skrev Phil Hobbs: >>> >> On 4/12/2015 6:03 PM, krw wrote: >>> >>> On Sun, 12 Apr 2015 00:50:58 -0400, Phil Hobbs >>> >>> <pcdhSpamMeSenseless@electrooptical.net> wrote: >>> >>> >>> >>>> On 4/12/2015 12:35 AM, Tim Williams wrote: >>> >>>>> "Phil Allison" <pallison49@gmail.com> wrote in message >>> >>>>> news:e7597f9e-9645-4fb2-ac51-45f559fdb2c8@googlegroups.com... >>> >>>>>> >>> >>>>>> ** The name "Kamikaze" was given to Japanese suicide attacks on US navy >>> >>>>>> vessels by manned aircraft late in WW2 while the only German aircraft >>> >>>>>> subjected to proximity fused shells over the UK were unmanned V1 cruise >>> >>>>>> missiles. >>> >>>>>> >>> >>>>>> Proximity fused shells were also used in the "Battle of the Bulge" >>> >>>>>> against German ground troops - having the shells explode while still in >>> >>>>>> the air increased their lethal range greatly. >>> >>>>>> >>> >>>>> >>> >>>>> Yup. >>> >>>>> >>> >>>>> As I recall, they were deployed in the Pacific on priority, but they were >>> >>>>> considered such a valuable secret that they didn't want to use them over >>> >>>>> open land, until late in the war. Evidently the Germans had indeed begun >>> >>>>> to piece them together once they were introduced there -- but by then it >>> >>>>> was too late. >>> >>>>> >>> >>>>> Also, for whatever reason, they gave them the technical term "fuze". >>> >>>>> >>> >>>>> Tim >>> >>>>> >>> >>>> >>> >>>> 'Fuze' is the usual name in ordnance circles, I think. Removing a fuze >>> >>>> is quite different from removing a fuse! >>> >>>> >>> >>> Not really. If either is removed, the widget is inert. >>> >>> >>> >> >>> >> After it's done, sure. But the fuze-removal process can be a bit >>> >> ticklish if the ordnance is armed already, no? >>> >> >>> > >>> > https://youtu.be/nnQ_pS4T0vI >>> > >>> > -LAsse >>> > >>> >>> Men's cologne and cow poop--there's a combination for the ages. ;0 >> >>Hmm, I'm thinking that is pretty common with the dairy farmers in my parts, >>out for a date on Saturday night. >>:^) >> > >We should drop barrel bombs on those ISIL creeps, full of cheap >perfume.
Bacon grease.