Posts by steven crawford

  • Hard News: Haphazardly to war, in reply to Paul Campbell,

    Today’s Tremain in the ODT is an interesting cartoon, on many level’s … supposedly showing Key trying not to catch whatever is ailing Abbot ...

    He's trying to avoid the bleeding hypocrisy, that is the Austrailan refugee detention centers.

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  • Hard News: Haphazardly to war, in reply to Russell Brown,

    Meanwhile back in Syria, Assad continues to drop barrel bombs on civilians.

    It is dissapointing that this sort of behavior by the Syrian dictatorship has largely been forgotten, just becouse there is a more compelling atrocity going on simultaneously in the same place. I have wondered how the Islamic state and the Syrian government get along. But more importantly, I wonder how the five eyes nations negotiate access to drop there own bombs on the territory.

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  • Speaker: Women, science and superheroes,

    The other version seemed a little inappropriate, considering what this discussion was originally about.

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  • Hard News: Haphazardly to war,

    I meant to say, before I mangled my last comment, is that it’s embarasing to have a Primeminister who partronised the Iraqi people by making grand statements about sending a small group of New Zealand soldiers, and I paraphrase; to show the Iraqi army how to have the balls to fight ISIS. He must think that winning the rugby World Cup is more awesome than it really is.

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  • Hard News: Haphazardly to war,

    I can’t honestly call myself a pacifist. If someone attacks me, I’m going to fight back, with possibly lots of velocity. I am however, opposed to going out and attacking people. that includes really bad people like psychopathic pedophiles, or war criminals.

    We as a nation are not actualy being attacked. So, I’m in Geovanni’s camp here. Let’s think about the actual victims and use our military to try to protect them in some way.

    One thing that really pisses me of, is that our primeminister patronizes the Iraqi army by sending 16 military personal to , I paraphrase: stand them to man up to those scumbag war criminals.Garth Mcvickar from the sensible sentencing needs to be briefed on all this vigilantly action.

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  • Speaker: Women, science and superheroes,

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    Dechamp, walking down the stairs.

    I thought it interesting that the conceptual arts arrived around the same period as conceptual physics started to be known to the general public.

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    Art, meet Sience. Sience, say hello to Art.

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    One of my favorite artists, John Whitney

    In 1966, IBM awarded John Whitney, Sr. its first artist-in-residence position.

    And during the production of the film Avitar, Einstein was quoted in a meaningful way, in an academic paper, as part of the sience that was needed for building the technogy to compleat the film.

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  • Speaker: Women, science and superheroes,

    Any artist worth there salt, will be interested in developing new technology, in order to communicate there ideas. IMO.

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    Here is a screen shot from some glaze making software from hyperglaze

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