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The same principle can be applied to basketball and dipping the ball increases the possibility of inertia, thus increases your chance to making the shot, so dip as long as you want.

The South Koreans are hostages to a mad man. I don’t believe you appease a madman. I don’t believe it is even possible if you wanted to..
We should have let the General nuke North Korea during the start of the Korean war. You do realize that the Korean war is not over right? What we have is a cease fire. And thanks to people that cave and appease mad men , now they have nukes.
Pray tell how you think it’s going to end? At some point, he is going to either burn Soel to the ground or nuke Guam or maybe, San Fransico.
He is worshipped as a god by the people there.
There is always a tipping point with the mentally ill or the wicked. And it has little to do with reality.

To the uninformed, the SUPER HERO‘s exterior can be either immediately impressive, or completely unassuming (depending on wardrobe)—but always has a secret reserve of strength—the HERO is stronger and more powerful than most people that outweigh them by 20 or 30 pounds.

Technically the bump fire stock Does Not increase the rate of fire on a simi-auto, the bolt carrier group recoil spring does that! A rifle can only fire as fast as the gun cycles & reloads another cartridge. So an individual can fire as fast as a bump fire stock….Just ask Jerry Mulick….I rest my case.

The fictional story of the bridge is followed up with more stories about the vendetta Carnegie supposedly nursed against Rockefeller. It’s a shame that History didn’t offer a more accurate account, because the relationship the two men actually had was pretty interesting.

I had a swing set. It was metal and green and yellow and happy. My favorite thing to do was to swing as high as I possibly could, higher than the top bar. I also liked to jump off, mid-swing. I usually landed on my feet, but not always. Sprained both wrists once.

I’m sure you all heard this expression too from a coach or a teacher. When I was a kid I was always told to do so. However, it plays out differently in Stephen ...

In the interview Barry also addresses whether or not he keeps or sells most of the interesting things he finds in the storage lockers and why his approach seems so much more laid back than the others. “Well, that’s my problem … that’s why I don’t make as much money as the others, because if it’s cool, and I enjoy the item, I’m going to keep it … if it looks as if I don’t take (the business) as seriously as the other guys, it’s probably because I don’t. The other guys do it for a living, and they should take it seriously. But I don’t actually do it for a living. So to me, it’s just more fun.”