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A new generation of custom builder is tapping into that era and making a fresh statement, not just in California but in garages across the country, even around the world. “In creating the Seventy-Two, we were also inspired by the vibe of the early chopper era,” says Frank Savage, Harley-Davidson Manager of Industrial Design. “Those bikes were colorful and chromed, but also narrow and stripped down to the essentials. You look at period examples and they are almost as simple as a bicycle. cyclenews. “Cycle News has a rich history and has always been there for both the industry and enthusiasts,” said MAG President and CEO Brian Etter. “Many of us grew up reading Cycle News, and its name has meant a tremendous amount to all of us who love the sport. In motion even when standing still, this wheel is ready to ignite the open road. Wire Plus Powersports Electronics is proud to introduce their new, Custom Fit EFI System for all motors equipped with EFI systems…both stock and aftermarket units. Wire Plus offers several simple ways to handle the electronics on these new EFI equipped projects you may be thinking about. These harnesses are available for use with stock or aftermarket ignition modules and will connect to all the sensors that your motor needs to run efficiently. These harnesses provide wiring for the ignition and motor only and can be used with any type of main wiring system. Ps. After answering the exam questions you know the answers to you still have time left. You spend the rest of your time answering questions you do not know the answers to, in the hope that something you write will fool the professor grading the exam into thinking you know the answer, at least in part, expressed it unclearly and deserve partial credit. Doing this is rational behavior on your part, but the result is to waste your time writing and my time reading. It also adds additional noise to the signal that exams generate, since there is a risk that I will either be fooled into giving you credit you do not deserve or interpret some other student's poorly written answer as entirely bogus when it is not. I have a solution to this problem, an economic solution, although I like to claim that it was inspired by the story of Socrates and the Delphic Oracle. " Well, I was fully aware that I knew absolutely nothing. So what could the god mean? for gods cannot tell lies. It is a book I want someone to write. The three groups are in many ways similar, in many different. Each has, for substantial parts of its history, been effectively self governing, imposing its own rules on its own people with or without the permission of the government over it. Each imposed constraints on its members that might be expected to make them want to exit the group, and each found ways of keeping most of the members from doing so. All of the Amish and many of the other two groups ended up in North America, a more tolerant and accepting environment than those they experienced in the past. The Jewish group has mostly dissolved in the wider culture–only about ten percent remain orthodox, and many even of the orthodox are more nearly a part of the surrounding culture than most Jews were a few hundred years ago. Only the more extreme factions, such as the Hasidim, retain the traditional pattern of cultural separation. The Romani, as I interpret the evidence, are a little farther behind on the same path. Or, alternatively, were they on the Cypherpunks email list? My article sketched the consequences of a world with a fully developed cryptographic infrastructure, including public key encryption, digital signatures, anonymous ecash and anonymous remailers. It was a world where activity in cyberspace was invisible to third parties, including the government. Some consequences were obviously attractive, such as free speech that did not depend on the current views of the Supreme Court. Some were obviously unattractive, such as making it easy for kidnappers or extortionists to collect their payoff invisibly. Some, such as making government regulation and taxation more difficult, were consequences that some, myself included, would see as attractive but other reasonable people might not. My guess is that the NSA did not have to read my article. Although they may well have been reading the Cypherpunks list, they probably did not have to do that either. Given the nature of the NSA, they probably had people thinking through these issues for themselves, perhaps even earlier than the rest of us.
I suspect that the NSA contained quite a lot of people rather like the Cypherpunks—geeks, sf fans, smart people interested in technology and the future.That seems a natural thing for people who saw the potential of the technology and did not like it to want to do. And, for reasons that I discussed almost twenty years ago, there are good reasons not to like it, even if reasons I found ultimately unconvincing.
Jason Brennan has now responded to my criticism.His first response to my claim that "social justice" has no definite meaning is to concede that I am correct if "definite" is taken in a strong sense. It does not seem to have occurred to him that that concession raises problems for his earlier post, in which his very first "you may be a cartoon libertarian if" criterion was "You think the term “social justice” has no definite meaning in philosophy today. " He argues, however, that even if "social justice" does not have a precise meaning, it describes a cluster of related ideas and so is as precise as other terms used in philosophy. A simple test of that claim is whether he can use his definition to say what is a theory of social justice and what is not, and he attempts to do so. “Theories of social justice focus on the idea that moral justification of coercive institutions depends on how well these institutions serve the interests of the poor or least advantaged. A number of people have written tributes to James Buchanan, the Nobel Prize winning economist largely responsible, with his colleague Gordon Tullock, for public choice theory, the application of economics to politics. As it happens, I owe two debts to him, and it seems an appropriate occasion to acknowledge them. After I got a doctorate in physics and spent two years as a post-doctoral fellow, I decided to switch fields. At some point I met Jim and discovered that we had somewhat similar ideas about applying economics to political behavior, the subject of my article and large volumes of his work. During the next four years, I suspect as a result of his deliberate policy, I taught a wide range of courses, more or less the whole curriculum. Teaching things is a good way of learning them. That, a large chunk of my shift into economics, is one debt. Judith Harris, in her very interesting The Nurture Assumption, argues that children's personalities are formed primarily by their peer group, not their parents, hence that parental child rearing has a surprisingly small effect on how the children turn out. She mentions, however, an interesting special case—where the family is the peer group. " I was struck by the number of people who seem to take for granted serious conflict between parents and children, both in their own background and in their concerns with what might happen if they had children. That doesn't fit my experience. I cannot remember any point in my childhood at which my parents did not seem more nearly my sort of people than my age peers.
The closest I came to rebellion, at some point in my teens, was informing my father that I had been feeling put upon, had considered the division of duties within the family, had concluded that I was getting off very lightly considering how much more my parents had to do, and had concluded that my feelings were due to adolescence not unfair treatment.I felt he should be warned, in case any of those unjustified feelings showed up in our interaction. I've just been reading the description of Amazon.
It looks as though they have succeed in both making it as convenient as a paperback, in terms of size and weight and readability, and providing a lot of the advantages possible with electronic books, such as the ability to search a document and to carry a very large number of books at once.Initially, the available range of in print books will presumably be smaller than in a bookstore, since Amazon has to strike a deal with each publisher to make its books available. On the other hand, the system could potentially provide a much wider range of books than any bookstore other than online ones such as Amazon itself, and Amazon is in a good position to rapidly expand the range of what is available. If low enough, that solves the problem. Alternatively, I might be able to put them on myself. The Kindle has a USB connection and will take a removable SD card. I have a lot of strange dreams. I have a habit of writing them down, and usually I know what they mean. I have learned that you cannot let them change what you do, but you can look back after things happen and say that God was in it.
So anyway I had this dream and do not know what exactly it means.I work hard. I am degreed, and am working on a graduate degree at an accreditated university. I pay my bills, take out the trash, play with my kids, and don't smack around my wife. But I work evenings and deep nights, which means that when I have a minute to watch TV, it's either late at night, or mid-day. ” It’s crap. I usually reply with in a few hours or a few extra hours on the weekends. . Thank you, John Z. The square, tubular iron frame has rustproof stainless hardware and the best-quality, burnished bronze powder-coat finish. Available with or without embellished gate. Easy assembly required. This article by Simon Singh is being reproduced widely on the blog circuit, and I am pleased to reproduce it again. “This week is the first anniversary of the report Free Speech is Not for Sale, which highlighted the oppressive nature of English libel law. In short, the law is extremely hostile to writers, while being unreasonably friendly towards powerful corporations and individuals who want to silence critics. The English libel law is particularly dangerous for bloggers, who are generally not backed by publishers, and who can end up being sued in London regardless of where the blog was posted. You will see that the campaign is not calling for the removal of libel law, but for a libel law that is fair and which would allow writers a reasonable opportunity to express their opinion and then defend it.
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Thomas - Mummy, there are little people inside me, aren't there?Mummy - No, honey, there aren't any little people inside you.Thomas - Yes there are, the book says so!I think I've got some explaining to do. We're going away to Apollo Bay immediately after Christmas, and I'm taking a break from blogging for a few weeks. It's hard to believe I only started blogging a couple of months ago. It's been a crazy roller coaster ride, alternating between exhilaration and despair, fun and frustration. I need a few weeks off to clear my head, and pray about my priorities for next year. It's under my skin now, so I'll see you back here mid to late January, God willing. You can't live without a head. Then were the disciples glad, when they saw the Lord. But he said unto them, Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the print of the nails, and thrust my hand into his side, I will not believe.
The Anti-Intellectual Manifesto by Dr.Peter S. It's a great read and funny if you can handle being offended. Most modern Christians are too limp wristed to handle Ruckman. The author may be gone, but I have a delightful time ahead of me reading the rest of these books. from the back of the book:On a quiet street in downtown Amsterdam, a man is found hanging from the ceiling beam of his bedroom, upstairs from the new religious society he founded: a group that calls itself "Hindist" and supposedly mixes elements of various Eastern traditions. Detective-Adjutant Gripstra and Sergeant de Gier of the Amsterdam police are sent to investigate what looks like a simple suicide, but they are immediately suspicious of the circumstances. On the package it says: "Påtår på gotländskt vis. Ett svart te med inslag av fläder och jordgubb. Så gott att du inte kan motså en andra kopp. A black tea with hints of elderflower and strawberry. So good that you cannot resist a second cup. I quit reading short stories in high school. They were, oh, I don't know, so short! I read lengthy novels and books that ran more toward the trilogy form. Lately, though, I started fondly remembering all those science fiction short stories from my youth and thought I'd seek out some online.
They do seem readily available online.I'm surprised at how bad most of them are. I don't even finish them. I'm finding some I enjoy, though, and The Mouse Whisperer, a fantasy tale by Tara Campbell, is one of those. I still haven't worked up enough courage to ride my bike on a busy street, but still. I'll get there once it warms up a bit. I've given up thinking of my bike as a street vehicle and plan on treating it as a walking aid, getting off and walking across intersections. But this headlight? I think I'm in love! The picture at the top of the post came from the Pedal Bright web site.
I saw Mr.Skeffington on TCM the other day. I've never been a big Bette Davis fan, but I can't resist Claude Rains. I loved Claude Rains, but at the end I was gagging.
Too much Bette Davis.Much too much. There's no movie here, really, just Davis and her Role. " TimeOut gives it a bad review. DVD Talk calls the film "impressive" and particularly praises a few of Rains' moments. Rotten Tomatoes. Ti. Last Sunday, we had the gospel of the presentation of our Lord in the Temple. He entered into the Old Testament law, fulfilling the requirement of an offering for the first-born. The One Whom the law anticipated fulfills it. In today’s Gospel, He enters into the ritual of the Old Testament for the initiation of male children. However, this predates the law. Yes, this video is an homage to David Lynch's "Blue Velvet" Having learned the Sleeper Hold from Nathaniel Noel, Sean Evans now calls himself, "The Sandman" Sean Evans' entrance to the mat area is somewhat self-indulgent, but fascinating. In keeping with his new "Sandman" persona, Sean's theme music is now Roy Orbison's "In Dreams. " Sean performs a lithesome, lip-sync rendition of the operatic ballad that would make Dean Stockwell proud. However, "self-indulgent" doesn't even begin to describe Hayden Beaulieu's mat entrance. Entering to Lana Del Rey's "Blue Velvet," Hayden basked in his own narcissism.
I take the lessons I've learned from it, and move on.After sulking a bit first. Tuesday: In the morning, my first track intervals workout back. The lining was rushed a bit and is, subsequently, not the best job I've ever done. Talking of which, I managed to brave the blizzards and have almost finished the major rebuilding of my shed, which eventually will house the extension to the Maudetown Colliery layout, allowing work on the track-laying to continue in earnest. We came through the two manned locks on the lower, northern part of the Weaver first thing. The second was operated by Mac, the first female CRT lock-keeper we've encountered, I think. She was as cheerful and as helpful as all the others have been. Mac was at pains to point out that it's not a garden and there's nothing diabolical about it. How it got its name I haven't yet been able to discover, unless it's from the abundance of thistles growing in the field. Be that as it may, it didn't take long to get the washing out, the canopy up… and lunch on the table. We've celebrated Easter at sunrise on a New Forest hiltop, with joyful Brazilians in a poor suburb of Rio, with breakfast on the beach, with thousands in a huge marquee at a Christian jamboree, with new songs and old songs.
Today it was with a happy group of Christians in Stafford.Different context, same story. Victory over death. Vindication of truth. The power of God in action to bring life when all is lost. The speaker had brought along an Easter egg, bought in the local Co-op.
No surprise there.Except that this one was called "The Real Easter Egg". A fairtrade egg, supporting charity and development projects, according to their website. As much to the point, it has the Easter story on the back of the box in storybook format. First thing of its kind I've seen. Nice to see supermarkets willing to stock it. We didn't get any chocolate. .