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Waiting on the sonic booms.

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Replying to @RYP__
I've lived in China for 30 years, and I've never seen such a brazenly open and sustained expression of rage against the PRC govt. WeChat is exploding with protest videos and furious vitriol, and civil disobedience is becoming rampant. This is a serious test of CCP governance.
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Covid control in Beijing has broken down - a thread: On Friday night I received dreaded notification that one of the residents in my housing block had been picked up as a positive case in community screening and we might be going into lockdown. 1/N
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Replying to @lrozen
There’s never just one mouse; keep the traps baited and check daily. If you catch one then set extra traps in the area. We’re rural farmland so population management is mandatory.
Replying to @RYP__
This likely won’t change the dynamic for anyone but Venezuela; the US has access to crude but the refinery capacity is down and not looking good, with old plants maxed out and no new refineries planned. eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_pnp_cap…
Replying to @McFaul
Welcome to the new reality, diplomat. Putin doesn’t care. In a few months nukes and chemicals will be the only thing left in the arsenal.
Replying to @vcdgf555
Suspicious to be sure, but 64, 50 pounds overweight, his country kneeling to Putin, multiple international trips over a short time… Stressful on an old guy. Speaking from a senior perspective…
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Not that old; ‘54 model. He must live a interesting life; all that audio production chops and skilled in the inner workings of Nagra. Gifted man.
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Did you get to talk to the repair guy? Vision of a WW2 radio tech with more than a few stories. Good stuff.
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CH surface ships will be in the area, would they not alert the subs if they detect a threat on radar? But can they detect a torpedo descending by parachute from 30,000 feet? Likely not, making this a stealthy weapon.
Replying to @vcdgf555
Sweet. At what altitude would a missile on a parachute show up on radar? Or does modern radar ignore a floating signature? I’m thinking the sub, or ship, may not know until the torpedo hits the water
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Bring it. I just bought new Stanfields.
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Remember Neilson TV surveys? Now it’s the TV saying “Hey Alexa + (key words)” during the football game and every enabled cell phone within hearing range sending viewer data back to the mother server.
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I never expected this site to crash; the code is mature enough to recover from glitches without a total reboot. I expect legal problems will take it down though; no one is chasing pedos. Won’t be long until the real bad stuff appears. btw; welcome to Mastodon.
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Replying to @jmgallo @cbouzy
Shot accross the bow. If Musk wants to use his CEO power to promote right wing politics, two can play at that game. The CEO of Apple is gay and very liberal. If he decides he doesn’t like Twitter in the App Store it’s bye bye Twitter.
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