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I'm actually distantly related to Superman :/
I'll partially agree with you here, in that I believe quality training is very important, and has serious multiplicative benefits (including in a gunfight). I don't think that the training angle is pushed in gun culture enough. But also, firearms related training has yet to get to a standard of reliability and consistency of instruction.
I disagree entirely. I think that the romance was quite natural and understated. He did save her life multiple times. Girls kinda like that. You could see in her eyes when he was opening up her escape pod, and when he was taking off from the Air Force base that she was in love with him. The kiss didn't feel forced to me as much as a believable cathartic moment for them.
These are pretty standard capabilities. In fact, if you get Prey or other anti-theft hardware, you can rig it up to take pictures of whoever stole your laptop/phone every X seconds.
Brand new, never left the box Brass plated in Platinum. Includes 2 year warranty card signed just the past weekend. Retails for 250GBP ($390USD) Asking for 115GBP ($180USD) shipped
Brand New, never left the box 2 year warranty card included. Brass plated with platinum. MSRP is 250GBP (390USD). Asking 180GBP (280USD) shipped.
Brand New, never left the box 2 year warranty card included. Brass plated with platinum. MSRP is 250GBP (390USD). Asking 180GBP (280USD) shipped.
I think it was a great film, but agree with this re: the fight scenes. Firstly, there was far too much destruction. Secondly, the characters felt far too invulnerable, and that really negated a lot of the tension in the film. The grass was watching the elephants fight. If, however, Superman was actively trying to stop collateral damage (property and life) by throwing himself in front of debris and rescuing bystanders while getting pummeled by Zod, it would've gone a long...
Well, it seems the US has a unit that handles this. http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2013/06/10/inside_the_nsa_s_ultra_secret_china_hacking_group?page=0,0However, there is not nearly the wholesale private/public wide-net targeting that the Chinese are famous for (particularly in pursuit of tech scouting). Mandiant, Information Warfare Monitor, etc. can give you some stats on Chinese penetration, but yeah, nothing on the US side of things.
Just to elaborate on that...http://www.garrybreitkreuz.com/publications/2006/716.htm
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