Month: July 2019

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Wages in Cuba and a quote from my former Professor of Latin American Politics

Cuba announces increase in wages as part of economic reform by Associated Press Thursday, June 27th 2019 The beginning: “Every Cuban has the right to a salary increase,” said Dariel Tejeda, a 28-year-old tour guide. “The country and all the state workers have needed this for a long time.” and the end: Ending the dual-currency system is expected to lead to the eventual removal … Read More Wages in Cuba and a quote from my former Professor of Latin American Politics

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The Gallery Inn

San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Frame control on why gun control is political in the U.S.A

You were on your own.

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I’ve decided on Tolstoy’s Decision Making Matrix

You’re never at the beginning of some event.

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How do the Chinese get calcium when they barely eat dairy?

What to eat after giving birth. Oh, and also your calcium intake.

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I’m alright. Sometimes I’m wrong.

Why didn’t I learn this number, earlier? Why do I still know nothing about anything?

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Nuclear incidents in the 1950s

Excerpts below from the Nuclear Files Org. 13 February 1950U.S.A., Pacific Ocean- A B-36 which developed serious mechanical difficulties on a simulated combat mission, dropped a nuclear weapon from 8,000 ft. over the Pacific Ocean before crashing. Luckily only the weapon’s explosive material detonated. Nothing is known of attempts to recover the nuclear weapon and presumably it is still in the ocean. (The Defence … Read More Nuclear incidents in the 1950s

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Soviet Spy Klaus Fuchs

…not until 1949 that decrypted cables from the United States Army Signal Intelligence Service (SIS)’s “Venona” project revealed Fuchs was a Soviet spy.

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озёрск / Ozersk

Those in paradise were given a choice: happiness without freedom, or freedom without happiness. There was no third alternative.