found over here. Bunch of stuff I hadn't known. Daughter got interested in the subject a while back and has been researching it; this includes some stuff she hadn't found as yet. Short version: you probably need more than you're getting, and being out in the sun isn't the horror that's been pushed for quite a while now.
Which especially caught my eye because last physical the doc advised me that I should ALWAYS use sunscreen, year-round. I started wondering if sunscreen affected the good you get from sunlight; seems it does.
The Ten New Commandments, from Hanson.
Y'know, this kind of thing might make some people nervous
(thanks to Sondra for this one)
In September of 2010, a federal district court ruled that Zaccari ignored “clearly established” law when he punished Barnes without notice or a hearing. Because of that, he could not claim the “qualified immunity” defense — which meant that he could be found personally liable for damages to Barnes. Zaccari appealed, and last week, the Eleventh Circuit upheld that removal of qualified immunity.
This finding sends a clear message to university presidents and administrators: if you violate a student’s constitutional rights, you could well pay damages out of your own pocket.
Now we need this applied to a lot of prosecutors and cops
6 painful things nobody tells you about fighting
I remember the story when Mike Tyson was swung at by a drunk one night; he decked the guy with one punch, which
Was declared proper self-defense, and
Broke a bone in his hand, causing a title match to be delayed by several weeks.
I think the line from a Drake book was "You shouldn't hit someone with your bare hand unless you're stark naked in an empty room."
During the range trip a couple of days ago I kept my eyes out for usable brass and such. I did find two Garand clips someone left behind, and a few brass; but on rifle cartridges most of what's left behind anymore is either Berdan primed or something- like .223- that a lot of people don't want to bother with reloading.