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  1. steve gallacci commented on Dick Tracy 5 days ago

    The .50 cal in the pistol is likely something like a .50 Action Express, simply a big pistol round, a bit fatter and about twice as long as a .45ACP (if I’m remembering correctly). Very much NOT a .50 Browning Machine Gun round, which is a huge scaled-up rifle round, all but impossible to be done in a auto pistol.

  2. steve gallacci commented on Dick Tracy 6 days ago

    Having fired similar big guns, they are particularly useless in a shoot out. The muzzle blast can be blinding and deafening, the recoil can be managed with practice, but can be uncontrollable in stress fire situations. Even worse, in a hairy situation, a shooter is already twitichy and if he is already a bit nervous about his hand cannon, over- or miss-reaction risk is increased ever so much. Can’t end well.

  3. steve gallacci commented on Endtown 9 days ago

    It also begs the question, where would Kirbee go? Not likely back to Unity.

  4. steve gallacci commented on Dick Tracy 22 days ago

    Except gold is measured in Troy ounces 12 = 1 lbs

  5. steve gallacci commented on Dick Tracy 22 days ago

    Has anyone mentioned that, say, at about $1000 per toz, that a billion buck’s in gold would work out to about 40 tons? (unless I goofed my math again)

  6. steve gallacci commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 26 days ago

    “Love” or sexual infatuation? I suspect there are a lot of unhappy relationships brought together by sex, socio-economic advantage, or whatever, but lack any enduring motivation between the pair beyond such. Romantic love would be nice, but it is more often than not a fleeting, idealized state, often burdened with unrealistic expectations that can’t be made. For myself, my wife was already a good friend, so we got together for mutual support and collaboration (two can’t live as cheaply as one, but two can get more done/do it easier than individually) as much as for snugglebunny time.

  7. steve gallacci commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    uho- More PTSD dreams

  8. steve gallacci commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    While P. underestimated the tendency for hierarchical thinking to turn everything in to a matter of superiority, Sarah already sees the basic bug in the system- Then the irony….

  9. steve gallacci commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    The new comments about Sarah not being a plant/Trojan Horse do have merit in the limited sense that mutation seems random- but, more and more, I can’t but help that the TSers may know more than they are letting on. But only Arron knows for sure. Though it is not impossible for Sarah to be doing all this on the fly, sociopaths are often extremely creative/nimble in their machinations, we’ll have to go for the ride to find out what’s really going on.

  10. steve gallacci commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    At this point, I cannot help but suspect Sarah was a Trojan Horse all along, with promises made that she would be allowed to rule over the survivors. Or- she is massively delusional and her comment about the arrival of the drones was just a good guess. But now that the drones are here and likely are going into a destructive frenzy, there will be no survivors, and perhaps not even ruins of the colony complex by the time they are finished.