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15 years ago
Don Holeman
London mostly, week of march 13-19. The trip is part of a graduate level seminar. Just learned today we'll be able to visit the Salisbury Plain en route from a side trip to Cardiff. I'm hoping to get to Oxford too, but we've got a tight schedule.
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
Don Holeman
Greetings All, In preparation for an upcoming visit to the UK in March I've been charged by my professor with examining the BBC Online sector management and governance structures. I'm hoping that someone out there can help point me to resources that would inform me in this task. The BBC offers a wealth of information about itself, but I'm looking for resources that can provide supplementary,
Forum: Misc.
19 years ago
Don Holeman
Well, I am sure if it.
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
The political delemna is that the US cannot be seen to have two standards of justice, one for our own lunatics and another for lunatic Jihadites.
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
What I think is that America is not what is wrong with the world.
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
Hi Merc, "forced to help us out" is a good way to put it. America was pretty isolationist at the outbreak of war in Europe. That was .... let's see .... 40 minus ... carry the 7 ... 61 years ago. I've noticed a change in attitude in the last couple of decades. If you want I could ask my senator (Joe Lieberman) to sponsor a bill making the UK our 52nd state (after Canada). Long liv
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
Hi Julia, I think you might be a candidate for <a href=" Kitten</a>... Don
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
Agreed that Chomsky's comments about pending famine may have been outdated, but there is still plenty to blame him for. I personally don't believe that the problem with the world is America. Comsky is one of the people who is responsible for that perception. His own domestic agenda has had striking repercussions worldwide for the US. It is irresponsible and so is he.
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
May be that the Arabic Language version of the paper has the article, and the English does not.
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
I couldn't find the poisoning accusations, but this bizzare article on starvation in Agghanistan does quote Chomsky: To put it in perspective, yesterday 200 tons of food moved into Afghanistan by barge yesterday. Americans bought and paid for it and delivered it. It is just the first of many shipments to come.
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
19 years ago
Don Holeman
I agree about the site, I actually wrote and told them so. I have been trying to get Rumsfeld's photo, too, though they seem too busy to get to my emails for some reason. The obnoxious CNN guy that sits in the back started a question with something like "Mr. Secretary, you took a lot of heat last week on the slow progress of the war...." To which Rumsfeld immediately replied "Wel
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
Today's Pentagon briefing starring Donald Rumsfeld and that Joint Chiefs guy Myers. About 3/4 of the way through he makes the same point, pretty firmly, in response to a question about supposed northern alliance atrocities asked by the MSNBC reporter (not identified as such, but I saw her later on the network news claim the question, then spin the answer unrecognizably.) I'm thinking of starti
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
Hello all, My daughter number one is writing a college term paper, the subject of which is the death penalty. To that end she has composed an online survey and asked my help in finding prospective respondents. If you have a minute or two to spare <a href="; target="blank">the survey is here.</a> <br><br> Thanks, Don
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
This article is from: , a local Jalalibad newspaper A poor brilliant student seeks help for his future studies RAJSHAHI, Aug 21: Sikander Abu Jafar who secured the 20th position in the merit list of the Humanities group in the SSC examination this year under Rajshahi Board, earns his livelihood for his poor family working in a tailoring shop. He is still in doubt whether he can continue his edu
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
Where'd you get these?
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
"…and, when he shall die, Take him and cut him out in little stars, And he will make the face of heaven so fine That all the world will be in love with night…" Romeo and Juliet, Act 3, Scene 2
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
It was an American who started the first smallpox eradication effort in Thailand:
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
The price tag for additional antibiotics to be purchased for the stockpile is not yet set, as Congress has still not approved the purchase. It will be somewhere between 300 million and 700 million dollars depending on the deal that is cut with the manufacturers - chump change compared to the cost of replacing dead citizens. Add to this the cost of 300 million doses of smallpox vaccine that have
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
“When you decide to surrender, approach United States forces with your hands in the air. Sling your weapon across your back, muzzle towards the ground. Remove your magazine and expel any rounds. Doing this is your only chance of survival.”
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
I think you mean the Black Sea and not the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea has a maximum depth of about 1600 feet, for starters. It is 'dead' because it has no outlet to the oceans and so collects salinity, but actually there is life in it. The Black Sea has a true dead zone somewhere around 350 to 600 feet and below, where hydrogen sulfide has scavanged all oxygen from the water (H2S being derived, argu
Forum: Global Village
19 years ago
Don Holeman
19 years ago
Don Holeman
is the FBI's web site for stolen art. Interestingly, most of the stolen art is in a database that can only be searched through a request to a law enforcement agency. You would think they would have thumbnails like these online for all of the stolen artwork.
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
Don Holeman
Hi Jaimi et al, These updates are welcome improvements to the site. I'm also impressed with the way your governance body is driving the process of development in addition to it's successful function of messageboard moderation. As broadband continues to penetrate Europe and people upgrade thier computers to cheaper, more powerful models the opportunity for providing multimedia content has been
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Don Holeman
It needs more flogging with some real data in the discussion. Googling gets you only so far, then you have to beg for the data to be put in the public domain so you can discuss it. Anybody have a copy of the Journal of Historic Metallurgy, Volume 23 Number 2 (1989)? I requested permissions to reprint the article a couple of years ago but got nowhere fast. Actually, I think it's also been anal
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Don Holeman
Hi Graham. I certainly hope not as I share the same concerns. Two effective measures against intrusion are to keep a good firewall on your computer and to restrict access to sensitive areas - such as server logs and messageboard databases - exclusively to the system administrator. Hope this helps. Don
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Don Holeman
"The last two of these wagon-trains originating somewhere in the region of the Caucusus Mountains -- though no one has ever been able to nail down with any degree of certainty specifically where this originating population lived and how it managed to so successfully export human beings to the planet repeatedly in such increadible numbers." Would you have any references for this little
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Don Holeman
"As no coca-related plant occurs naturally in Africa, Europe and Asia, it was deduced that there must have been some contacts and trade a long time time ago. Do you know more about this??" Hello Ursula, While it is true that Erythroxyum coca does not grow in Africa there are plants which grow in Africa that contain the same chemicals as are found in coca. Have a look at "The Ston
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Don Holeman
See here:
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Don Holeman
For comprehensive discussions of the issue see: Deterioration of the Stone of the Great Sphinx by K. Lal Gauri at Geologic study of the Great Sphinx by K. Lal Gauri at Notes and Photographs on the West-Schoch Sphinx Hypothesis by Mark Lehner at Have Fun, Don Holeman
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