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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Theo de Raadt
> On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 08:45:30PM +0200, [B&G-Consulting] Elmar Bschorer wrote:
> > What do you mean with "ss20"?
>
> Actually a good question. At least for those old enough to remember the
> Soviet era SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic nucelar missiles.

I'd like one of those too.

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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Theo de Raadt
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> On 07/19/12 10:42, Erling Westenvik wrote:
> > On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 08:45:30PM +0200, [B&G-Consulting] Elmar Bschorer wrote:
> >> What do you mean with "ss20"?
> >
> > Actually a good question. At least for those old enough to remember the
> > Soviet era SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic nucelar missiles. Can't
> > seem to find any on ebay though but maybe someone in Russia can provide
> > shell access?
> >
>
> I don't have any ss-20 missiles, but I do have a SS5/170(turbosparc).
> Not, sure whether that would be useful or not.  If it's too slow, it
> could possibly be adapted to control your centrifuge farm.

I am trying to use only ss20 machines in the rack, so that I can move
parts back and forth easily.

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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Dag Richards
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Theo de Raadt wrote:
>> On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 08:45:30PM +0200, [B&G-Consulting] Elmar Bschorer wrote:
>>> What do you mean with "ss20"?
>> Actually a good question. At least for those old enough to remember the
>> Soviet era SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic nucelar missiles.
>
> I'd like one of those too.
>


Lets be honest with ouselves sir, with your temper is a nuclear weapon
really a good idea?


--
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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

ropers
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On 19 July 2012 17:15, Theo de Raadt <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 08:45:30PM +0200, [B&G-Consulting] Elmar Bschorer wrote:
>> > What do you mean with "ss20"?
>>
>> Actually a good question. At least for those old enough to remember the
>> Soviet era SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic nucelar missiles.
>
> I'd like one of those too.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SS-20#Decommissioning

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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Wojciech Puchar-5
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>> Actually a good question. At least for those old enough to remember the
>> Soviet era SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic nucelar missiles.
>
> I'd like one of those too.
>
>
to avoid transport just choose a target and it will be delivered directly.

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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Wojciech Puchar-5
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> Lets be honest with ouselves sir, with your temper is a nuclear weapon really
> a good idea?
>
for sure better than in government hands

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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Kirill Bychkov-2
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On Thu, July 19, 2012 18:42, Erling Westenvik wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 08:45:30PM +0200, [B&G-Consulting] Elmar Bschorer
> wrote:
>> What do you mean with "ss20"?
>
> Actually a good question. At least for those old enough to remember the
> Soviet era SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic nucelar missiles. Can't
> seem to find any on ebay though but maybe someone in Russia can provide
> shell access?

well, even forget to find it in exUSSR ;)
AND NO SHELL ACCESS!!! Only buttons-buttons-buttons!!! If you have luck to
find some.
> --
> Cheers,
> Erling
>
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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

noah pugsley-3
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For fucks sake, just donate already! \
You know you use this shit every day \
I am an absolutely poor loser, I had $18 US (dollars, yech! Real men use
gold or rupees) \
after getting smokes and tall cans (corey, trevor, let's go!) and I just
donated $5. \

If I have to smoke resin until I go recycle cans again y'all can do better
than me.\

--destitute asshole

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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Chris Cappuccio
noah pugsley [[hidden email]] wrote:

> For fucks sake, just donate already! \
> You know you use this shit every day \
> I am an absolutely poor loser, I had $18 US (dollars, yech! Real men use
> gold or rupees) \
> after getting smokes and tall cans (corey, trevor, let's go!) and I just
> donated $5. \
>
> If I have to smoke resin until I go recycle cans again y'all can do better
> than me.\
>

Mr. Pugsley, it is my unfortunate task to notify you Canadian customs declined to accept your five dollar bill. It is being returned to you inside of a special container designed to protect mail handlers from any potentially toxic or controlled substances.

Chris

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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Rob Payne
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On 7/19/12 11:15 AM, Theo de Raadt wrote:
>> On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 08:45:30PM +0200, [B&G-Consulting] Elmar Bschorer wrote:
>>> What do you mean with "ss20"?
>> Actually a good question. At least for those old enough to remember the
>> Soviet era SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic nucelar missiles.
> I'd like one of those too.
>
>
OK, admission of nerdiness:  All SS-20's were eliminated under the
Intermediate and Shorter-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), beginning in
the late 80's and winding up during the early 90's, with final close-out
inspections of all inspectable sites during the mid 90's, approximately
at the same time as the START I Treaty kicked off.

I have a decorative serving tray made from the metal of an eliminated ss-20.

Off...topic?

-Rob Payne

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Re: ss20's wanted for ports builds

Brian McCafferty
On 07/29/12 16:18, Rob Payne wrote:

> On 7/19/12 11:15 AM, Theo de Raadt wrote:
>>> On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 08:45:30PM +0200, [B&G-Consulting] Elmar Bschorer wrote:
>>>> What do you mean with "ss20"?
>>> Actually a good question. At least for those old enough to remember the
>>> Soviet era SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic nucelar missiles.
>> I'd like one of those too.
>>
>>
> OK, admission of nerdiness:  All SS-20's were eliminated under the
> Intermediate and Shorter-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), beginning in
> the late 80's and winding up during the early 90's, with final close-out
> inspections of all inspectable sites during the mid 90's, approximately
> at the same time as the START I Treaty kicked off.
>
> I have a decorative serving tray made from the metal of an eliminated ss-20.
>
> Off...topic?
>
> -Rob Payne
>
>
>

Then you need one of these.
http://www.aviatorwatch.ru/en/navigator/list.php?SECTION_ID=118
That's a nice watch!

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