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Reply #140 - Jun 9th, 2018 at 6:03pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Mar 30th, 2018 at 12:15pm:
Also, a rectangular plastic box can float on water.  Inside that rectangular platic box is another rectangular plastic box that has electric fans positioned back to back so that each fan's armature is perpendicular to box's length and parallel with box's width; each of those electric fans can blow air molecules through a half of a U shaped tunnel starting from mid U shaped tunnel to U tunnel's end points to have those air molecules bump against the forward "bulkhed" part of that rectangular box to move that entire object forward.  To move it left or right requires two identical U perpetual motion machines (4 electric fans rotating oppositely and equally motorized actions to cancel each others opposite and equal reaction torques (those two additional motors are positioned upwards perpendicularly in relation to forward and aft "bulkheads".  Yes, you could theoretically indefinitely power such a box using my electric magnets system or you could use rechargeable electric batteries or fusion power or photovoltaic solar cells (provided it's not dark outside or that thunderstorms aren't hailstorms).




You completely hoodwinked him, Alayne!  Well done.    Smiley
  
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Reply #141 - Jun 9th, 2018 at 8:32pm
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SkyChief wrote on Jun 9th, 2018 at 6:03pm:
You completely hoodwinked him, Alayne!  Well done.    Smiley


She's posting on a libertarian forum and she's good for one vote for the libertarian candidat. Not all that bright but as bright as you need to mark an X.

She's the future of the libertarian party. Or at least about a tenth of it. You can't afford to piss her off.
  
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Reply #142 - Jun 10th, 2018 at 4:36pm
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She's posting on a libertarian forum and she's good for one vote for the libertarian candidat. Not all that bright but as bright as you need to mark an X.

She's the future of the libertarian party. Or at least about a tenth of it. You can't afford to piss her off.
You're a dink Dork.

You seem to be dangerously deranged, but that's really just a meme you took for your own with evil intent. Isn't it?

I hope so.

Did I use "meme" correctly?

I'm thinking of "memes" as artificial personalities (or personality traits) that are prepackaged and downloadable for free, and you can pick and choose and pretend you are whatever and whoever you want...

Do I have it wrong Dork?
  
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Reply #143 - Aug 18th, 2018 at 5:04pm
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Dong, thanks for that vote of confidence. Smiley

108, put sprinklers in classrooms and in lunchrooms and in onffice rooms to have fire(s) extinguished to save being(s) trying to exit said room(s).
  
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Reply #144 - Aug 18th, 2018 at 5:20pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Aug 18th, 2018 at 5:04pm:
Dong, thanks for that vote of confidence. Smiley

108, put sprinklers in classrooms and in lunchrooms and in onffice rooms to have fire(s) extinguished to save being(s) trying to exit said room(s).


What about in case of a "lockdown" of the school? Will anybody be allowed to leave?

Are the rules clear?
  
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Reply #145 - Aug 18th, 2018 at 5:34pm
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Jeff, lockdowns and person(s) exiting or entering is a decision that local government officials usually make.
  
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Reply #146 - Aug 18th, 2018 at 5:39pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Aug 18th, 2018 at 5:34pm:
Jeff, lockdowns and person(s) exiting or entering is a decision that local government officials usually make.
In the real world, someone in the school will make the decision, or not.

How many local government officials and school administrators have you known?

What rules are they supposed to follow? Do you trust them to do the right thing?

What do the rules say they are supposed to do when they believe that terrorists are attacking their school?
  
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Reply #147 - Aug 21st, 2018 at 3:49pm
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Jeff, yeah I meant police officer(s) or government school official(s) would decide who enters and whom exist school(s) during lockdown(s) since 90% of schools in United States are public schools (I think).  Private or religious school official(s) would decide who enters and whom exits private or religious school(s), respectively.

I've not really [i]known[/] many of them; just a few dozen.

The rules, that government school officials are supposed to follow, are usually in handbooks that government school districts or Congress or state legislature(s) approve of.

Usually, government school official(s) have police or themselves to apprehend or kill entities that use violence at school(s).

Remember, there hasn't yet been a Constitutional Amendment for Congress to regulate education.
  
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Reply #148 - Aug 21st, 2018 at 5:30pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Aug 21st, 2018 at 3:49pm:
Jeff, yeah I meant police officer(s) or government school official(s) would decide who enters and whom exist school(s) during lockdown(s) since 90% of schools in United States are public schools (I think). 
Has that worked out well so far?
  
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Reply #149 - Sep 15th, 2018 at 5:30pm
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108, have sprinklers in every classroom to extinguish fire(s);

109, to raise more money for public education, a fee of five cents per minute of very violent entertainment (like Dragonball Z episodes) broadcasted is beneficial and higher fee is much more beneficial;

110, perhaps let local school officials decide criteria for "student(s) schedule(s) swapping", so basically if student(s) has or have good grade achievements of course(s), then they can skip said course(s) for hour(s) of day(s) to go to other course(s) in other classroom(s) during respective hour(s) of respective day(s);

111, a tax or fee on fictional violent related words that are to go through Echelon to compensate for Echelon slowing can be of great benefit for educaring (public education or private education or religious education);

112, (from chip burcham): have Arabic taught in all preK through high school schools because on Sunday morning of 26th day of August of 2018, i had asked friendly spirits if: 1, evil spirits were created from distress of violence in Iraq, and if said evil spirits had caused John McCain's brain cancer; and 2, if so, then should Arabic language be taught in schools to try to discourage said evil spirits from being mean, and instantly I had a vision of John McCain instantly appearing in front of my mind's eye of which he had said to me, "Damn it! Yes!"

113, optionalize studying of prime numbers so that more worthwhile studying can be achieved;
  
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