(Edward Jajko, USA, 05/20/19 5:31 am)
On the matter of Jake Larson, I'm sorry I submitted to the knives of WAIS a story that by chance matched the recent discussion on the Slapton Sands incident. That was why I posted it.
(David Duggan, USA, 05/20/19 4:52 am)
Though there were two sporting events over the weekend which in years past might have registered on the cosmic Richter scale, both the Preakness Stakes and the P[rofessional] G[olfers'] A[ssociati
(Edward Jajko, USA, 05/19/19 1:31 pm)
Timothy Ashby may wish to comment on this recent New Yorker article on South Africa:
Who Owns South Africa?
(John Eipper, USA, 05/19/19 3:58 am)
Gary Moore writes:
Thanks to Daniel Kowalsky (May 18) for raising the questions
about the Jake Larson story. If Larson, 96, is now being feted for
being at D-Day
(John Heelan, UK, 05/18/19 4:42 am)
Gary Moore responded (17 May) about non sequiturs.
Having had to study dead languages like Latin and Greek as a teenager, I am comforted that language creation still thrives, such as reported i
(Daniel Kowalsky, Northern Ireland, 05/18/19 4:02 am)
On Jake Larson, 96, John E leaves out important achievements in his summary of the article in the East Bay Times (other versions appeared in the SJMN and NYT).
(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 05/17/19 1:30 pm)
I will try to answer John E's three follow-up questions to my post of May 15th:
1) Socializzazione. I am convinced of the validity of this model, in part because the first thing the
(John Eipper, USA, 05/17/19 4:41 am)
Gary Moore writes:
As to my analogy about being lost in the great wood, I'm glad
John Heelan (May 15) was struck by that question, but I thought
the reference wo
(Edward Jajko, USA, 05/17/19 3:57 am)
This was front-page news in the San Jose Mercury News on May 16. Note the relevance of this story to a recent discussion on WAIS.
Martinez WWII veteran to return to France for D-Day ce
(Bienvenido Macario, USA, 05/16/19 5:17 am)
The Philippine mid-term elections were held on May 13th. The Liberal party to which former President Benigno Aquino III belongs, together with other independent parties, fielded the Ocho Derecho (spel