Where exactly do the Jews come in on a debate about whether Americans went to the moon? Also, I fail to see how Hollywood or CNN are Jewish (although maybe I'm just blind to that conspiracy too :confused:). And wasn't Kissinger a German? or maybe he was just born in Germany.
There's an entire other side to this as well. What about people who will vote Obama because he's black? Most of my black friends are going to/would (if they were older) vote for him, and many of them don't really know what his positions are on important issues, it's more like a popularity...
3x3: sub 30 A12, and sub 20 single (PLL was U2):
Rubik's JTimer Session Statistics for Tue Aug 12 13:21:45 EDT 2008
Total Solves: 12
Total DNFs: 0
Average: 29.10 sec.
Fastest Time: 19.18
Slowest Time: 33.79
Standard Deviation: 04.45
1) 28.10 U' F L' U' R' F R' B2 L' R' D2 R'...
I stopped speedsolving for like 2 weeks, while I learned algs, did FMC, some BLD, etc. The last time I took an avg was July 19, the A20 was 35.34.
Average: 31.20 sec.
There were rumors last year. Everyone denied them, and it was insinuated that they originated as an April Fool's prank. Frankly, I'm shocked, as it looked like a hoax at the time, and I hadn't heard anything since (although I haven't been active on Digg recently, so I might've missed something)...
I beat this game very fast, but then again, I was familiar with some of the questions, from puzzle books and such. No logic necessary, most of the quiestions require you to notice a subtle detail, at which point they become very easy.
In case nobody else noticed, yesterday was Ernő Rubik's birthday. My mom said they had a special about the Rubik's cube on yesterday's morning news. I looked at the site for that program, and they didn't have any clips of it :( Anyway, happy birthday to Mr. Rubik!
oooooh Antidisestablishmentarianism "9th grade spelling for a thousand Alex!"
Antidisestablishmentarianism originated as a political name for the people who were against disestablishmentarianism, which was basically removing the Church of England from its role as the state church. It's used more...