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 Subject: Pacific Power SYSOP    2/11/2013 9:37:28 PM

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 ssn697    CIC comment   2/12/2013 12:26:30 AM "During the “Golden Age” of Athens in the Fifth Century BC, the cost of building a trireme warship was about one talent (26 kilos/57 pounds) of silver, plus another for its fittings and equipment, and another each month she was in service to pay her crew of about 180 officers, sailors, rowers, and marines, at a time when a talent constituted a good day’s wage for about 6,000 citizen-workmen."-------------- So if 1 talent equals enough to pay her crew of about 180 officers, sailors, rowers, and marines for a month that equals pay for 5400 ( 180 x 30 days ) or 57 lbs of silver  divided by 6000 = .0095 lbs of silver a day. For the 180 sailors it is 57 lbs of silver divided by 5400 = .0105 lbs of silver a day. .0010 lbs difference.  Sounds like a Jew wrote this article twisting numbers like that.

 Nanheyangrouchuan       2/13/2013 1:20:43 AM I wonder why or if the USAF or even the JSDAF has not equipped a large plane with weaponized ASEA radar.  You could smother the airspace similar to an nuke EMP burst but in a more controlled and precise manner.