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David Huie Green-Life is good Free

Mechanical Engineering graduate, former field engineer SWS, former Petroleum Engineer Texaco, former Central Water Works, Inc former President, teacher-briefly, former Bus Operator, current Dispatcher, former MENSA, going downhill, 2 children, 1 wife, 4 grandchildren, major flaw: excessive humility--or silly sense of humor, live in Bluff Springs, Florida--relatively sane by Florida standards, everybody loves me (although most ABSOLUTELY REFUSE to admit it), AB- if you need some

Recent Comments

  1. 13 minutes ago on Arlo and Janis

    “DNA-altering vaccines”

    There are no DNA-altering vaccines. DNA makes messenger RNA which makes proteins. Some vaccines are messenger RNA so they make the proteins. What they do not make or copy or change is DNA.

  2. 17 minutes ago on Arlo and Janis

    “Don’t die as often would be the more correct statement.”

    One death per customer. Anything else is just close.

  3. 19 minutes ago on Brewster Rockit

    “Instead, he could actually pay his taxes and then pour a bunch more money into a foundation to end world hunger that would reach real people. "

    …as opposed to all those fake people working for him?

    So you are saying he is not paying the taxes he is legally obligated to pay?

    Just put him in jail.

  4. about 6 hours ago on Arlo and Janis

    *"The tenth amendment is what makes national health issues a state matter; the feds have no authority. Nowhere in the US, though, is it within state constitutions to force anybody to take medications."

    “national health issues a state matter”

    But a situation involving the entire nation is inherently not limited to just one state.

    Amendment X says The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people, could lead one to wonder how the people would act separately from any government, basically what that means.

    Amendment XIV includes “nor shall any State … deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” So this might place a restriction, a prohibition, on State Powers such that they can can not endanger the lives of people of any state without taking their lives into account.

    I doubt there is any way to work within all the restrictions without some give and take. I just wanted to remind that #10 DOES have restrictions not in place when it was passed.

  5. about 6 hours ago on Arlo and Janis

    “..transmit a disease you didn’t have.” could use some qualification as "touch/transfer can be the break point of a virus.

    I don’t see it.

    You could always transmit a disease you didn’t have. Touch something someone who had it had touched and then touch something someone without it was about to stick in mouth. makes clear the way it might travel and points where it might be stopped. Don’t do this. Don’t do that…

  6. about 6 hours ago on Pickles

    Your choice.

    Generally little water per squirt.

  7. about 6 hours ago on Arlo and Janis
    “As far as approval, it’s just a matter of time. The FDA approval process is extremely time consuming, regardless of the data involved.”

    After I wrote this elsewhere last time, I saved it because it keeps coming up.

    FDA DID approve it under Emergency Use Authorization. It has already been found to be safe and effective in small trials and a large trial at least 2 months, NOW OVER TEN MONTHS since they continue to monitor the first recipients and everyone since then.

  8. about 6 hours ago on Arlo and Janis


    First time I have heard that term. Funny.

    Possibly insulting, though….

  9. about 7 hours ago on Herman

    I very much enjoyed that movie. Saw it at the Princess Drive In theater in Dixie County when it came out. Daddy was on vacation. Didn’t remember the badge, though.

    “Paw, you always said they hadn’t built a jail that could hold a Danley.

    “Well now they have,” and Walter Brennan looks around in disgust at the jail without bars.

  10. about 7 hours ago on Candorville

    “I thought there was one with like maybe the CIA earlier in the life of amazon”

    Hmmm, let me go back nearly 8 years…

    Amazon Wins $600 Million CIA Cloud Deal As IBM Withdraws Protest

    IBM and Amazon’s eight-month legal tussle over a 10-year, $600 million cloud contract is now over, after IBM drops its appeal in response to government concerns about further delays.

    By Kevin McLaughlin

    October 30, 2013, 07:39 PM EDT

    After spending the last eight months trying to block Amazon’s 10-year, $600 million cloud computing contract with the Central Intelligence Agency, IBM has decided to give up the fight, Federal Computer Week reported Wednesday.

    The battle began in January when FCW reported that the CIA had chosen Amazon Web Services over IBM to build a version of its public cloud that runs inside the CIA’s data center. IBM protested the decision in February, and in June, the U.S. Government Accountability Office upheld parts of its protest and recommended the CIA re-open bidding.

    Amazon then sued the government to have the deal reinstated, and earlier this month, the court ruled in its favor and green-lighted the deal.