5. Flytech Bladestar. Now you can actually make something fly with the Flytech Bladestar Indoor Flyer, a creation by WooWee. It has a life-size and a big LCD screen. For those that do, the ratings are: TV-Y7: directed toward kids 7 years and older (kids who are able to distinguish between make-believe and reality); may contain “mild fantasy violence or comedic violence” that may scare younger kids
Most Canadians call the E.R.T SWAT. Way easier to say SWAT and frankly, most Canucks recognize SWAT over ERT.
Mind you for me as a kid it was a member of the special weapons task force. No sense of humour. As a 13 year old kid I was chased into a 24 hour grocery store by some drunken teenagers. My BB gun was no match for four drunks and a pickup truck. Long story short when the manager called the police to declare there were men with guns in the store it really excited the small sleepy yokel police department who were sadly disappointed with two scared 13 year old kids were the gunmen. It was a CO2 bb pistol but still….no assault rifle.
SUD: the difference is im not attacking a poster as you do. That post is in a thread called basically “the french suck”. Your rhetoric over Jens gaff was a series of posts over many days. Anything else you took out of context is of no material issue> its totally ubsurb to take a point about a portion of a sentence ( e.g. “you such and such after a period of months”) and can even come up with any possible angle to assume that was the main point when it was only a small part of the sentence. But your the master of pulling things out of context.
You have too many issues that will not allow you to post a thoughtful post because you dont seem to understand that this forum is not gladiator combat with words… Its a pleasant exchange of ideas with others and you have turned things into life and death. This is why you dont belong here IMO. If you continue to behave this way you will have to find another place to do what you do.
Maybe the producers are making political points ?
The 2nd URL link points out that the book is written in 1996, and the producers related their show to US presidential administrations that did not yet exist at publishing time.