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... is same old same old in a lot of ways. Railguns and Coilguns, Plasma weapons. Biosleeves. Cybersleeves. Warframes (Mechs). But with differences.
The AIs created using Mimir's archive are so complex that they are effectively unhackable - for the most part - some humans have minds that can think in ways that allow them to do limited, short term, hacks and some tech allows the same, but, in general, there's no large scale hacking ...
... to the town? (I know it's a stereotype, but I think of Democrats as being more latte and croissant... while Republicans being more eggs, bacon and home fries...) Like Chambersburg, Greencastle has a major railway, which is elevated as it slices through the town center. In Chambersburg, every street has a full size underpass--thus allowing the town to expand evenly on both sides of the track and keep a ...
... of bring back a feeling of community to these small towns, sending a message that you don't just sleep in this town... you can also, shop, worship and socialize here as well... Pondering in The Farmland Although my general direction is north, from Saint Thomas I choose to head south. Why? Well, I skipped over the town of Greencastle during my south hike--and I realize now that it needs to be included in my Superhike... I need to link at least all the towns of ...
3 hrs 6.1 kms Day Totals 12 hrs, 24.1 kms I continue on the east. I pause at an old house turned visitor's center, where an older volunteer park worker is eager for a chat. He tells me about how, people like the residents of this house lost their harvest and suffered after the war--eventually having their house repossed. "People in these parts were simple farmers--they had ...
... have and will escape during the war. He went on to explain more about the battle. Ironically, America's most bloody battle was quite gentlemanly in many ways. Not a single civilian was killed. After fighting a while, they agreed to a ceasefire so each side could tend to its dead and wounded. And then, one of the most bizarre stories of the war: Stonewall Jackson, a Southern general had just capture the garrison at Harper's Ferry where 12,000 Union soldiers surrendered. ...