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  1. Good Afternoon All: For those who enjoy WW 2 History I would strongly recommend Mark Felton. He does excellent research and puts together remarkable 15-minute clips. The hyperlink below is one of his audio books (Bridge Busters) of 15 chapters describing the early days of WW 2 Bomber Command. The history of bombing the aqueducts which held up delivery of barges to be converted to landing craft for operation Sea Lion was something I was not aware of. I have included a short biography of Dr Felton as well. https://youtu.be/Ao_UWCUtJPg Mark Felton (born 1974) is a Britis
  2. Good Afternoon Jaydee: I had a huge chuckle at being called “Mr. Dorsey” as opposed to A-330 as I do not have his financial reach! It seems that I took the more conservative view about Seeker saying “contentious threads” being locked where you took the more liberal view hence my question to you. With regards to PS 1 I read everything in order to form an opinion. With regards to PS 2 why should I block you? Sometimes reading extreme views brings balance in life. With regards to PS 3 last time, I checked my online presence did not have Admin on it so why don’t you have A
  3. Jaydee if the original Justin is locked why start another one?
  4. Jaydee it was only two threads which have gone on past their "best before date". What Seeker has done is very balanced and fair. The important thing is all members of the forum are treated with respect and dignity. If one engages in debate it is the subject not the person which is academic in nature. Seeker has made this a Forum for all to participate in which I will follow to the letter.
  5. Good Afternoon Pilots Wife: Before I start, I would like to express my sincere thanks for running the Airline Aviation Forum over the years. For years I have enjoyed the well written insightful posts on what I will refer to as the front of the house by those who have had industry knowledge such as Dagger, Don Hudson, Kip Powick and others. With regards to the Non-Aviation Discussion Forum (Back of the House) which could be humorously referred to “The Hamster Wheel”. With reference to your post about POV I support this concept as well. For context my comment was directed to
  6. Good Evening Deicer: I have found it interesting to watch how jaydee and wolfhunter have changed their views as trump is slowly becoming consigned to the dustbin of history. In the beginning of trump they were his biggest supporters now after the debacle of yesterday on the Hill they are running for the exits as the bad news piles on their beloved idol/leader. I believe the polite term is hypocrisy but then again their view point was always plotted on which way the wind was blowing...
  7. Good Afternoon All: From Politico and coming from retired Four Star General Mattis USMC it says it all about the "Orange Cowbell"! Article 25 or Impeachment? Mattis blames Trump for inciting 'mob rule' - POLITICO Mattis blames Trump for inciting 'mob rule' The United States will overcome "this stain," while Trump "will deservedly be left a man without a country," he wrote. By LARA SELIGMAN 01/06/2021 08:51 PM EST President Donald Trump's first Defense secretary is placing the blame for a violent and unprecedented assault on the U.S. Capitol squarely
  8. Georgia Live Updates: Democrats Win the Senate as Ossoff Defeats Perdue The victories by Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock, both Democrats, solidified Georgia’s political transformation and ensured that President-elect Joe Biden will have an easier time enacting his agenda. Ossoff Defeats Perdue: Georgia Senate Runoff Elections - The New York Times (nytimes.com) Oh the music from Queen sung by the late Freddie Mercury "We are the Champions" which jaydee will choke on so jaydee CLUTCH THE PEARLS https://youtu.be/KXw8CRapg7k
  9. Good Afternoon All: A very inspirational message narrated by one of my favourite newscaster’s Tom Brokaw. I think that this video is the true embodiment of the meaning of Christmas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hjz8yu5MWC0
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  11. Good Morning All: From the New York Times: The ‘Red Slime’ Lawsuit That Could Sink Right-Wing Media - The New York Times (nytimes.com) The ‘Red Slime’ Lawsuit That Could Sink Right-Wing Media Voting machine companies threaten “highly dangerous” cases against Fox, Newsmax and OAN, says Floyd Abrams. By Ben Smith Published Dec. 20, 2020 Updated Dec. 21, 2020, 6:06 a.m. ET Antonio Mugica was in Boca Raton when an American presidential election really melted down in 2000, and he watched with shocked fascination as local government officials argued over
  12. Good Afternoon All: From the New York Times: ‘An Indelible Stain’: How the G.O.P. Tried to Topple a Pillar of Democracy - The New York Times (nytimes.com) An Indelible Stain’: How the G.O.P. Tried to Topple a Pillar of Democracy The Supreme Court repudiation of President Trump was also a blunt rebuke to Republican leaders who had put their interests ahead of the country’s. By Jim Rutenberg and Nick Corasaniti Dec. 12, 2020Updated 10:33 a.m. ET The Supreme Court repudiation of President Trump’s desperate bid for a second term not only shredded his e
  13. Good Afternoon All: From the Editorial Board of the New York Times: The Republicans Who Embraced Nihilism The Supreme Court thwarts the latest Trumpist attack on American democracy. By The Editorial Board The editorial board is a group of opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and certain longstanding values. It is separate from the newsroom. Dec. 11, 2020 What is left to say about a political party that would throw out millions of votes? The substance of a lawsuit filed by the State of Texas, and backed by more t
  14. Good Evening All: From the New York Times: Democrats, and Even Some Republicans, Cheer as Justices Spurn Trump - The New York Times (nytimes.com) Democrats, and Even Some Republicans, Cheer as Justices Spurn Trump While a top legal expert exhaled that “Our institutions held,” the Texas Republican Party chairman suggested secession. By Shane Goldmacher Dec. 11, 2020 Updated 9:48 p.m. ET The rejection came swiftly. The celebrations came just as fast. The Supreme Court’s unsigned order on Friday rejecting Texas’s bid to toss the results of the pr