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    "The phrase employs the gerundive, a verbal adjective, of deleo, delere, delevi, deletum, "to destroy",[2] (delendus, -a, -um). The future passive participle "delenda" (meaning "to be destroyed") is then combined with the verb sum ("to be"[3]) or parts thereof, adds an element of compulsion or necessity, yielding "is to be destroyed", or, as it is more commonly rendered "must be destroyed". This then forms a predicative adjective.[4] This construction in Latin is known as the passive periphrastic. Carthago, -inis being a feminine noun, the feminine gender of the gerundive is applied. The fuller forms Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendam or Ceterum autem censeo Carthaginem esse delendam use the so-called accusative and infinitive for the indirect statement."

     

  2. Just that, it was a minor course of study for you. Often it is a sidebar that is useful to the major. A physics major might minor in math. A geology major might minor in geography. Or, it might be totally unconnected at all just to give some relief. A math major might minor in music or pottery.

  3. https://www.firearmspolicy.org/alerts/breaking-calif-doj-files-bullet-button-assault-weapons-regulations-with-oal/

     

     

    FPC has confirmed that the California Department of Justice has filed with the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) new proposed regulations on “Bullet-Button Assault Weapons”.

    According to OAL, the proposed regulations would alter Title 11 of the California Code of Regulations by adding sections 5470, 5471, 5472, 5474, 5474.1, 5474.2, 5475, 5476, 5477, 5478, and by amending existing sections 5469 and 5473.

    Bookmark this page (BulletButtonBan.com)! We will continue to update THIS page with new information as it becomes available.

    Update 6 – 12/30/16 – Apparently, once a firearm is a “Bullet-Button Assault Weapon,” you’re stuck with it unless you reconfigure the firearm and de-register it as an AW: “The release mechanism for an ammunition feeding device on an assault weapon registered pursuant to Penal Code section 30900, subdivision (B)(1) shall not be changed after the assault weapon is registered.”

    Update 5 – 12/30/16 – Photos will be required for AW registrations through CFARS: “Clear digital photos of firearms listed on the application. One photo shall depict the bullet-button style magazine release installed on the firearm. One photo shall depict the firearm from the end of the barrel to the end of the stock if it is a long-gun or the point furthest from the end of the barrel if it is a pistol. The other two photos shall show the left side of the receiver/frame and right side of the receiver/frame. These locations are typically where firearms are marked when manufacturing is complete. At the discretion of the Department the last two photos shall be substituted for photos of identification markings at some other locations on the firearm.”

    Update 4 – 12/30/16 – According to the document, “Assault Weapon registrations must be filed electronically using the Department’s California Firearms Application Reporting System (CFARS), at the following website: https://cfars.doj.ca.gov/login.do“. Also, “The Department will not register a firearm as an assault weapon unless the firearm is fully assembled and fully functional.”

    Update 3 – 12/30/16 – The proposed regulations filed with OAL for “Bullet Button Assault Weapons” and AB 857 serial numbering of firearms can be viewed at this link.

    Update 2 – 12/30/16 – Sources say that the new “assault weapon” registration will be through the DOJ’s California Reporting Information System (CRIS). According to DOJ, the “Benefits of Using CRIS” include that users can “report your firearms through an online application form using the internet which will eliminate the need to mail the application to DOJ and save time,” pay by “Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover,” and upload attachments like “Firearm receipts, pictures of the firearm, police reports, or other documents that may be helpful for DOJ staff to process your application.”

    Update 1 – 12/30/16 – DOJ has informed us that the regulations are being reviewed at OAL.

     

  4. Very cool! Back when I was in junior college I hung out in the art dept, especially the pottery and glass blowing area. I helped pull cane a few times. Now and then we would get it out to 15 feet or so and when we tapped it off it would self destruct like a PRD. Impressive.

    Also impressive is a 2" or 3" paperweight that is a PRD.

  5. http://www.cnn.com/specials/world/obit-2016

    Celebrities, actors and directors

    Carrie Fisher, 'Star Wars' Princess Leia
    Actor and comedian Ricky Harris
    Zsa Zsa Gabor
    'Growing Pains' dad Alan Thicke
    'Days of Our Lives' star Joseph Mascolo
    'Howard Stern Show' personality Joey Boots
    Florence Henderson, TV's Carol Brady
    'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' actor Robert Vaughn
    Agnes Nixon, creator of 'All My Children'
    'NCIS' showrunner Gary Glasberg
    Curtis Hanson, '8 Mile' and 'LA Confidential' director
    Charmian Carr, Liesl in 'The Sound of Music'
    Alexis Arquette, actress and transgender activist
    Lady Chablis of 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil'
    'Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp' star Hugh O'Brian
    Actor Gene Wilder, star of 'Willy Wonka'
    Actor Kenny Baker, 'Star Wars' R2-D2
    Actor David Huddleston, 'The Big Lebowski'
    'Dances with Wolves' actor Chief David Bald Eagle, Jr.
    'Miss Cleo,' TV psychic network pitchwoman
    Garry Marshall, TV and movie legend
    Noel Neill, Lois Lane on 'Superman' TV show
    'Star Trek' actor Anton Yelchin
    TV actress Ann Morgan Guilbert
    Ron Lester, 'Varsity Blues' actor
    'ALF' actor Michu Meszaros
    Actress Beth Howland, waitress on 'Alice'
    Alan Young, Wilbur on 'Mister Ed'
    'Casablanca' actress Madeleine LeBeau
    William Schallert, dad on 'The Patty Duke Show'
    Wrestler, entertainer Chyna
    Doris Roberts, mom on 'Everybody Loves Raymond'
    Daisy Lewellyn, reality TV star
    Voice of 'Star Wars' Adm. Ackbar, Erik Bauersfeld
    Actress Patty Duke
    James Noble, Actor known as 'Benson' governor
    Garry Shandling, inventive TV comedian
    Actor Joe Santos of 'The Rockford Files'
    'L.A. Law' actor Larry Drake
    Actor George Kennedy
    'Big Ang' Raiola, 'Mob Wives' star
    George Gaynes, 'Punky Brewster' actor
    Bob Elliott, half of comedy legends Bob and Ray
    Joe Alaskey, voice of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck
    Abe Vigoda, 'Godfather' and 'Barney Miller' actor
    Dan Haggerty, 'Grizzly Adams' star
    René Angélil, husband of Céline Dion
    Actor Alan Rickman, Harry Potter's Professor Snape
    David Margulies, 'Ghostbusters' actor
    Pat Harrington, Schneider on 'One Day at a Time'
    Cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond

    Musicians and Industry Executives

    80s pop star George Michael
    Rick Parfitt, Status Quo guitarist
    Soul singer Sharon Jones
    Rock 'n' roll star Leon Russell
    Singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen
    Music legend Buckwheat Zydeco
    Rapper Shawty Lo
    Former N.W.A. manager Jerry Heller
    Fred Hellerman of the Weavers
    Juan Gabriel, Mexican music icon
    Jazz great Pete Fountain
    Ralph Stanley, bluegrass music legend
    Singer Attrell Cordes of P.M. Dawn
    'Voice' singer Christina Grimmie
    Singer-songwriter Guy Clark
    Jane Little, Guinness World Record holding bassist
    Singer Prince
    Merle Haggard, country music's outsider hero
    Frank Sinatra Jr.
    Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake & Palmer
    Sir George Martin, Beatles producer
    Joey Martin Feek of country duo Joey + Rory
    Country music legend Sonny James
    Denise Matthews, Prince protege Vanity
    Maurice White, leader and founder of Earth, Wind & Fire
    Paul Kantner, Jefferson Airplane guitarist
    The Eagles' Glenn Frey
    David Bowie, master of reinvention
    Robert Stigwood, force behind 'Saturday Night Fever'

    Leaders, politicians and military figures

    Former senator, astronaut John Glenn
    Former Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird
    Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej
    Israeli leader and Nobel laureate Shimon Peres
    WWII Navajo code talker Joe Hosteen Kellwood
    Phyllis Schlafly, towering social conservative figure
    Suzanne Wright, autism advocate
    Rep. Mark Takai of Hawaii
    Mother Mary Angelica, nun who built Catholic media network
    Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford
    Former first lady Nancy Reagan
    Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court justice
    Edgar Mitchell, Astronaut who walked on moon
    Dale Bumpers, fmr. U.S. senator, Arkansas governor
    Former Rep. Mike Oxley

    Journalists, authors, innovators, media and academic figures

    'Watership Down' author Richard Adams
    Vera Rubin, dark matter pioneer
    PBS newscaster Gwen Ifill
    'Tuck Everlasting' author Natalie Babbitt
    Actor, playwright and Nobel laureate Dario Fo
    Author Gloria Naylor
    Legendary playwright Edward Albee
    W.P. Kinsella, whose book inspired 'Field of Dreams'
    Children's author Anna Dewdney
    George Curry, champion of black press
    PBS' John McLaughlin
    ESPN's John Saunders
    Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate
    CNN's Will King
    Morely Safer, '60 Minutes' legend
    Jim Harrison, author of 'Legends of the Fall'
    Ray Tomlinson, creator of email
    Pat Conroy, author of 'Prince of Tides' and 'Great Santini'
    Umberto Eco, famed author of 'The Name of the Rose'
    Harper Lee, 'To Kill a Mockingbird' author
    Marvin Minsky, Pioneer of artificial intelligence

    Chefs, sport, design, art and business figures

    Craig Sager, colorful Turner Sports reporter
    Paul Elvstrom, sailing great
    Former Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam
    Dylan Rieder, pro skateboarder and model
    Golfing great Arnold Palmer
    Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez
    Former FIFA President João Havelange
    Former NFL head coach Dennis Green
    Pat Summitt, legendary women's basketball coach
    Fashion photographer Bill Cunningham
    Hockey legend Gordie Howe
    MMA fighter Kimbo Slice
    Boxing legend Muhammad Ali
    Comic book artist Darwyn Cooke
    Architect Zaha Hadid
    NFL Ravens' Tray Walker
    Robert Redbird, iconic Native American artist
    'American Gladiator' Lee Reherman, 'The Hawk'
    BMX legend Dave Mirra
    World's 'top chef' Benoit Violier
    Bill Johnson, Former Olympic gold medal skier
    'Iron' Mike Sharpe, WWE Superstar
    Monte Irvin, Baseball Hall of Fame outfielder
    Lawrence Phillips, imprisoned ex-NFL rusher
    Andrew Smith, former Butler basketball player

    *Info from CNN

  6. It appears the bricks...never mind. Subdeacon Joe answered it much better than I ever could have with words just as I started typing.

     

    That is a neat trick though.

     

     

    I cheated, I followed the link in the comment on the video.

     

    :D

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